charlie-tcaanything that can be done with this? see last comment bug 3450800:19
ubottuLaunchpad bug 34508 in linux-source-2.6.15 "2.6.15 kernel fails to boot on ppc machine" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/3450800:20
BUGabundoguud murning09:03
BUGabundowhere should I file laptop touchpad bugs?09:03
BUGabundoI found this anoyning bug where if I click and scroll a sidebar, then let go the 2nd finger, if I try to scroll again it will fail09:09
macoBUGabundo: xserver-xorg-input-synaptics, most likely09:09
BUGabundothanks girl09:10
BUGabundomaco: filed as bug 32351909:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 323519 in xfree86-driver-synaptics "scroll only works if uninterrupted" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32351909:13
* Laibsch bugs those with the power to change wrt bug 22101009:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 221010 in mailgraph "homepage for mailgraph has moved" [Low,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/22101009:34
LaibschTrivial fix09:35
tawmasI'm unable to use music CDs with latest Ubuntu 9.04 updates. It brings up a dbus error, and I can't figure out if the problem is with gvfs, hal or dbus.09:59
tawmasThe error is quite long, do we have a preferred pastebin for this channel?09:59
macopick one09:59
tawmasOr do I paste it here?09:59
tawmasmaco: k09:59
macouse a pastebin, but which one is up to you09:59
macotawmas: i wonder if that could be smething in policykit...10:06
macocheck your system -> administration -> authorizations and make sure nothing weird has changed to disallow you from using removable media10:06
* tawmas goes looking10:06
macoand is it *only* music cds? or do audio cds misbehave as well?10:09
tawmasmaco: under "Mount file systems from removable drives" I see "Active console: yes" under implicit authrizations, and no explicit authorization10:10
tawmasI need to check that. For a while I wasn't able to eject the CD, so I stopped trying anything else10:11
macoi didnt mean audio10:12
macothat was redundant10:12
macodo data cds misbehave10:12
tawmasOh, it's so automatic that I forgot... I have an external USB drive that I turn on as soon as I login. It got mounted10:12
tawmasI'm trying a data CD now10:12
tawmasSame symptoms10:13
tawmasI've just tried an USB stick, and it got mounted10:15
tawmasIt gets more wierd10:16
tawmasI have a second optical drive. If I put a data CD inside this one, it gets mounted, if I put a music CD, it says "Unable to mount Audio Disc. Drive /dev/sr0 does not contain audio files10:18
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mangilimichello! I've a doubt. bug #323543 . The user is using Ubuntu 7.10 and he reports an issue which involves audacious. He knows that this problem can be solved upgrading to 8.10. I've tried to reproduce this bug with ubuntu 8.10 but it works great for me. So is it correct to mark this bug report with status Fix Released ? Thanks in advance.10:25
ubottuError: Launchpad bug 323543 could not be found10:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 323523 in audacious "Audacious bug if you click and open an mp3 it doesn't play" [Undecided,New]10:25
mangilimicThe correct bug number is 32354310:26
mangilimic(oops) The correct bug number is 323523 not 323543!10:26
MrKanistermangilimic: You can mark it as "invalid" since we don't know which code change fixes it10:27
mangilimicMrKanister: thanks, I suspected that "Invalid" was a better choice instead of "Fix Released".10:28
MrKanistermangilimic: You can also suggest that the bugreporter requests that package to be backported, but since Ubuntu 7.10 will be outdated in some moths I don't think that it will be worth that10:29
mangilimicMrKanister: I hope that the user won't get angry with me!10:30
tawmasmaco: I also see lots of errors in dmesg, I think this is hardware-related. I'll need to investigate deeper10:30
mangilimicMrKanister: which is the best place to request a backport?10:31
MrKanistermangilimic: Don't worry, there is no reason for him being angry if you tell them why you close the bug ;)10:31
MrKanistermangilimic: backporting information can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports#request-new-packages10:31
mangilimicMrKanister: great! Thanks a lot!10:31
MrKanistermangilimic: but as I said: It's probably not worth it10:31
MrKanistermangilimic: You're welcome10:32
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dhazinHi all! could u please help me, though it's a kubuntu issue.. I'm trying to resolve this issue several days but without any success so far :(11:14
dhazin here is a topic on kubuntu forums http://kubuntuforums.net/forums/index.php?topic=3101259.011:14
dhazinshortly I can't login to kde4.2, it returns back to login screen11:15
dhazin here is my .xsession-errors: http://paste.ubuntu.com/112019/11:15
LaibschDoes one get Karma for being assigned a bug?  It's about the only logical explanation I can find for this guy: https://bugs.launchpad.net/~txwikinger assigning himself such a vast number of bugs which if he were even capable of doing it would probably require him a couple of years to actually do11:41
Laibschsorry, numbers are much smaller, was looking at "related bugs" 758 instead of assigned bugs (just 33)11:42
LaibschI still wonder11:43
LaibschDoes anyone know this guy?11:43
LaibschI asked him in one or two bugs whether he was indeed working on the bug, but never got a response11:43
LaibschI am thinking of asking him once more and then mass-unassigning him.  I'm afraid he may induce hesitation in those actually capable of fixing the bugs11:44
HobbseeLaibsch: yeah, he's a kubuntu / ichtux guy.11:45
LaibschThat is good11:46
LaibschYes, I checked a bit of his background11:46
LaibschWhich is is when I stumbled on his large Karma11:46
Hobbseeiirc he'd gotten a bit busy, but he's still around every once in a while11:46
Hobbseeyou'd probably do better to email directly11:47
LaibschWell, I'm just trying to fathom if he has the right understanding of "assigned" and that assigning something to yourself without actually working on it is detrimental11:48
LaibschI hope he understands that11:48
Hobbseei'm sure he does11:48
Hobbseehowever, you can probably hijack bits as well, if you mail first, and get a positive reply.11:49
Hobbseeotoh, there are lots of other bugs11:49
LaibschI don't want to hijack any bugs11:51
LaibschI'm just triaging and looking through "my" bugs11:51
LaibschThe ones where I have commented and stuff11:51
LaibschBut the need for hijacking should not exist, this is what I meant by detrimental11:52
LaibschHe's creating unnecessary hurdles for bugs to get fixed11:52
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BUGabundoLimCore: hi12:50
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cornucopicI have attached my patch at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sun-java6/+bug/32186314:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 321863 in sun-java6 "Name of JDK documentation zip has changed" [Undecided,Confirmed]14:17
cornucopicWhat is the next process so that it gets fixed and committed ?14:17
jgoguenhttps://launchpad.net/bugs/259678, user doesn't use Thunderbird past Feisty, I can't reproduce in Intrepid, and I can't find a report on Mozilla bugzilla...should this bug be set Invalid because an update appears to fix it?16:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 259678 in mozilla-thunderbird "Thunderbird (20080724) thinks @ in a FTP URL means it's an Email address" [Undecided,Incomplete]16:03
Rocket2DMnjgoguen, he is using an unsupported version of ubuntu16:07
Rocket2DMnuser needs to try in the latest release16:07
jgoguenRocket2DMn: I asked already to try in a later release, he just replied that he doesn't use Thunderbird in anything later than Feisty16:09
jgoguenshould I ask him then to try anyway on one of his machines that is on a supported version?16:10
Rocket2DMnjgoguen, then the bug should probably be invalidated16:11
hggdhjgoguen, the reporter has already said he will not try on another version...16:11
jgoguenhggdh: that wasn't the impression I got from it, sorry16:12
hggdhhum. Is Feisty still supported?16:12
Rocket2DMnfeisty reached EOL last fall16:12
jgoguenRocket2DMn: ok, I'll do that16:12
hggdhjgoguen, state the user is free to reopen if this happens on a newer (and still supported) release16:13
hggdh(and, of course, be nice) ;-)16:14
jgoguenalways :)16:14
hggdhjgoguen, another thing: if you are willing to try, check the Thunderbird's changelog for a change that might address this16:15
hggdhif you find it, add in the comment that this may have been solved by <whatever>16:15
jgoguenhggdh: would that necessarily be on their bug tracker?  I couldn't find anything addressing this on their side16:15
jgoguenI did see something where FTP links in general weren't clickable16:15
hggdhit would probably be in the Thunderbird's changelog16:16
hggdhwell, in this bug the FTP links *are* clickable, they just act wrong16:16
MrKanisterwhat is happening to bug #128165? The last comments seem auto-generated16:24
ubottuLaunchpad bug 128165 in netcfg "Installation of Network put a wrong DNS, crashing the Installation" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/12816516:24
MrKanisterI think it is spam16:24
hggdhnot really spam, but probably someone's configured their email client wrong. The message says something like "we received your request, and you will receive a response later"16:29
hggdhsucker set an auto-response... since the sucker gets an email about the auto-response, the email is (again) auto-responded16:29
MrKanisterlol...like recursion16:30
hggdhit *is*. Look at the comments headers ;-)16:30
MrKanisteryep, I noticed the Re, Re, Re, Re...16:30
MrKanisterwhat to do with it? I mean, There will be a comment every 10 min16:31
hggdhI just put a request to #launchpad to take care of it16:33
hggdhof course, now we have to wait for someone to read the request... meanwhile there is not much you can do, except unsubscribe16:35
MrKanisterOk, thank you16:35
thomasdelbekeHi there18:28
thomasdelbekeI did a backtrace on 26432318:29
thomasdelbekeIs it a duplicate of 252046?18:29
thomasdelbekeI am looking for pastebin now18:29
ubottupastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu.com (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic)18:29
jpdsbug 264323, bug 25204618:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 264323 in gvfs "gvfs-hal-volume-monitor crashed with SIGSEGV in g_value_take_boxed()" [Medium,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26432318:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 252046 in gvfs "gvfs-hal-volume-monitor crashed with SIGSEGV in strlen()" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25204618:30
thomasdelbekeit is uploading18:31
thomasdelbekeIt is a segmentation fault18:32
thomasdelbekeI cannot do valgrind I fear18:32
thomasdelbekeas I do no longer have the crash report18:33
thomasdelbekenot strace ...18:33
hggdhyes. Unfortunately, the backtrace is worthless, since there are no symbol resolution18:33
thomasdelbekeIs that correct?18:33
thomasdelbekeYeah ...18:33
thomasdelbekehggdh, I was logging off yesterday, but you wanted to tell me something still?18:34
hggdhthomasdelbeke, no, we were all done. On your backtrace, there is nothing that can be used; also the two bugs you show have a SEGV on different places18:35
thomasdelbekeok, mark invalid?18:35
hggdhso it is better to assume they are not duplicates18:35
hggdhon your bug: can you still reproduce it?18:36
thomasdelbekeI did it on the coredump18:37
thomasdelbekeIt has been ages18:37
hggdhso you can state you cannot experience it anymore; Also state the current version of the g-h-v-m.18:37
thomasdelbekeattach that to the bug report?18:38
hggdhfor whatever reason the core was not processed by the LP retracer. At this point in time, it is difficult to believe it will still be able to be retraced18:38
thomasdelbekeok, one problem:18:39
hggdhyou can attach the apt-cache output for gvfs-hal-volume-monitor there18:39
thomasdelbekeit is not a package18:40
hggdhsorry, the package is gvfs18:41
thomasdelbekeso attach apt-cache policy of gvfs?18:42
thomasdelbeke+ state not reproducible?18:42
hggdhlike this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/112190/18:42
hggdh"I cannot reproduce this issue anymore"18:43
thomasdelbekeOk thanks! Terminate conversation?18:43
hggdh:-) yes, I guess18:43
thomasdelbekecheers, see you18:43
thomasdelbekehttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gvfs/+bug/264323 (done)18:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 264323 in gvfs "gvfs-hal-volume-monitor crashed with SIGSEGV in g_value_take_boxed()" [Medium,New]18:45
macoif there's no .pot file, do i have to update the msgid in every .po file to update a help file in gnome? or do i just update the main .xml?19:27
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macohggdh: you around?19:52
hggdhmaco, yes20:23
diakopterI'm using the latest jaunty nightly; llvm build from source succeeds for me when ocaml* are not installed, but it fails for me when ocaml* are installed.  how do I report such a thing? it appears it doesn't attempt to build the ocaml bindings (or the documentation) if ocaml* are not installed.20:26
hggdhdiakopter, are you building from the source packages?20:27
diakopterhggdh: yes20:27
macohggdh: you commented on bug 208763 that the help files that need to be changed are part of seahorse. do you know which files need to change? do i have to change all the msgid's in all the .po files?20:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 208763 in seahorse "Password and Encryption Guide mentions wrong location for program" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/20876320:27
diakopterhggdh: llvm_2.4-1~exp1ubuntu2.dsc20:27
hggdhdiakopter, report it as a FTBFS on llvm20:27
hggdhrelated to the presence of ocaml20:28
hggdhmaco, let me see it20:28
macohggdh: if you look in http://package-import.ubuntu.com/s/seahorse/jaunty/files/head%3A/help/ there's no .pot20:28
diakopterhggdh: cool; thanks. also, I can't find a way to get the ocaml bindings from debian/ubuntu...? maybe they should be packaged as a separate .deb?20:29
hggdhdiakopter, check if they are part of the source ocaml; there will be probably a comment there about it20:30
diakopterpart of the source ocaml?  they're part of the llvm source20:30
hggdhsorry, then on the control or rules for llvm20:30
hggdhmaco, somehow they have to export the strings20:31
hggdhperhaps an autoconf thing?20:31
macohggdh: i thought maybe im just supposed to change C/seahorse.xml but im not sure if i also have to go through */*.po and change the msgid in there too20:31
maco(i'm not quite sure how rosetta works either)20:32
hggdhlet me look on what they have upstream20:32
hggdhheh. On rosetta, the only thing I know is it was discovered a looong time ago ;-)20:32
macoi know how to submit suggested translations in rosetta, and that's it20:33
hggdheeek! I ran 'sudo apt-get build-dep seahorse'... and it wants to remove gnupg2!20:35
hggdhand kleopatra...20:35
diakopterhggdh: should I report the FTBFS on llvm in debian or launchpad?20:35
hggdhdiakopter, if it is an Ubuntu package, on LP20:36
hggdh(and it seems so)20:36
diakopterdebian experimental has llvm_2.4-1~exp120:36
hggdhand we have ~exp1ubuntu2, so there is at least one local change20:37
diakopterhggdh: ahh... okay.  I understand, now. thanks for your help :)20:37
hggdhmaco, I am looking now at the trunk code. I think this gets generated there20:40
macoyeah dtchen said he thought the .po files were coming from upstream. that still leaves me wondering the scope of the changes necessary20:41
hggdhmaco, it seems that after you make the change to the string (in the source code) it will be reflected under the ./po directory by the basic build process20:44
hggdhyes, it is built during autoconf time20:45
hggdhmaco, under ./po, make update-po21:01
hggdhand you will get the seahorse.pot21:02
macoand then i edit that?21:02
hggdhwell... poor me, not sure. This is as far as I went. But the .pot is generated from the source code, so I guess you would change in the source21:03
hggdhand then update-po21:03
hggdhwhere is the string you want defined?21:04
* hggdh never did translation21:04
hggdhexcept, long time ago, for pgp-international21:05
LimCoreare there any plans to have Xorg stop displaying garbage>?21:05
LimCoreI see this bug for over a year, on several boxes (and all 3 I own now) on intells, nvidias21:06
macoLimCore: define garbage?21:07
macohggdh: im trying to change the base string, not the translation, though21:08
macohence the confusion21:08
LimCorecan I tag it as "epicfail" since it seems it is present on ALL cards (nvidia, intell AND readeon)?21:09
LimCoremaco: my problems are similar as to thoes in https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/acpi-support/+bug/15511621:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 155116 in acpi-support "Graphics glitches coming out of suspend with Radeon 9700" [Undecided,Incomplete]21:09
macoradeon 9700s can be nvidia and intel? news to me...21:11
LimCoremaco: 9700s can not be nvidia nor intel21:11
LimCoreand reading what one written is a nice thing to do21:11
maco>< note the invisible "</sarcasm>"21:12
macoand no, its not present on all cards21:12
LimCoreI have this issue on nvidias and radeons21:12
LimCoreyes, it is21:12
macoive used intel for 2.5 years on two machines, and ive neve seen it21:12
LimCoreI have on nvidias and intels21:12
macoer..3 machines21:12
macoi865, i945, and i96521:12
LimCorewell I have two fresh intel laptops here and this happens here.  Perhaps it does not affect ALL laptops out there21:12
LimCoreI have i915, and something recent /have to check/21:13
hggdhmaco, yes. You change the base, then you run {cd ./po; make update-po} and you get your brand new .pot21:13
macoand i was making a joke about the bug saying it happens on radeons and you saying "ati, nvidia, and intel" as if radeons were made by all 321:13
macohggdh: but the .pot isnt in the source package, so how does that factor into a debdiff?21:14
macoor are there no debdiffs involved in this case?21:14
hggdhthere should be, since you are changing the source. But, in this case, the folks at rosetta will have to finish up the additional translations before you can build the package again (I guess, I am not sure how we do local translations in Ubuntu)21:15
hggdhso -- and still guessing -- you would provide the POT to rosetta, translations would be done, and you would get them and then debdiff21:17
hggdhthere has to be some official doc on how this is done... I just do not know where :-(21:17
macoyeah....ive never seen any docs on string changes21:21
LimCorehggdh: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/32372021:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 323720 in ubuntu "all X graphics (3d and normal, nvidia, intell, probably radeon) is displaying random glitches (random bitmaps) for a moment" [Undecided,New]21:28
LimCorehttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/309747 looks interesting too. indeed 3d desktop on ubuntu seems to be full of glitches21:36
ubottuLaunchpad bug 309747 in ubuntu "3d desktop effects is not (and has yet never been) stable for the majority of hardware/drivers that is used with Ubuntu - Compare with Mac OS X" [Undecided,Confirmed]21:36
* maco rolls eyes21:43
hggdhLimCore, what abut 323720?21:43
macosuch a descriptive bug title...21:43
LimCorehggdh: it defines the random garbage21:46
hggdhLimCore, could you get a screenshot/video showing it?21:47
LimCorehggdh: ok I will try, but it dissapears quickly21:48
LimCorehggdh: this is a well known EPIC bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xorg-server/+bug/25446822:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 254468 in xorg-server "MASTER: momentary video garbage upon drawing new objects (particularly in KDE)" [High,Confirmed]22:13
LimCoreimho this bug is critical. Can we do something to have this fastly fixed in 8.04 and .10?22:15
LimCore*because of security exposure22:15
hggdhLimCore, it is being actively pursued, although I am still sort of unsure of security exposures22:23
LimCorethis is the bug I know for a year \o/22:23
* LimCore facepalms epically and switches to DOS...22:23
hggdhyes, it does seem very similar to yours22:24
LimCorehggdh: are you kidding me:  I can walk up to a password-locked terminal of coworker, move mouse, and see secret documents.  or son can walk up to dads locked station, move mouse, and see hardcore pri0n22:24
LimCoreits like the definition of security exposure22:24
hggdhshow it, then it will be accepted as a security issue22:24
LimCorehggdh: I belive the other gazilion people commenting there did show it already :)  what more is needed?22:24
LimCorerandom parts of pixmap / texture / whatever memory at shown  1) at random  2) when showing password input for locked station22:26
hggdhLimCore, do you run KDE?22:26
hggdhthis does not happen to me under gnome22:27
LimCoreI seen this moslty on kde, but also on gnome (8.10 clean install)22:27
LimCoreno wait, ok this was gnome too22:27
hggdhI never saw it on Gnome22:28
hggdhand -- if you feel strongly about that, you could change it to a security exposure. I think it might be a *potential* privacy issue, but I am unsure if it is a security one22:29
LimCoreif it is privacy then it is also security, no?22:30
macooh oh22:30
hggdhno. privacy and security (although some times they go together) are very different things22:31
macoif i lock screen and close the lid (so it suspends) before it finishes activating the screensaver, when i resume itll show my desktop for about 3 seconds til i move the mouse and remind it that it was supposed to be activating the screensaver22:31
LimCoresecurity is superset of it imho22:31
LimCoremaco: here you see22:31
hggdhthe other way around, LimCore. Privacy is one aspect looked at on Security22:32
LimCoreso many people have this bug.. for year(s) lol... fail :(22:32
macoLimCore: when bugs are marked security bugs, it means remote-exploit-possible, usually22:32
macohggdh: er, thats the right way around22:32
macohggdh: if security is the superset, then privacy is part of security22:32
hggdhugh! <blushes/>22:32
LimCorehggdh: then better provide different security flags22:32
macoLimCore: not for years for me. only with jaunty22:32
LimCoreand security-expostion  or something?22:32
loic-mWhen a bug has been submited in an old release for a package that's not in the repos anymore (removed from Debian repos), can we close the bug?22:32
LimCoremaco: I first seen this bug afair on debian in like 2007 mid22:33
macoloic-m: if its not reproducible in the current version22:33
LimCorethen this bug was on gnome, hggdh (about screensaver)22:33
macoyeah i was using gnome22:33
macoi only started using kde yesterday22:33
hggdhI did not say it was not. I said I never saw it22:33
LimCoremaco: can you please confirm the MASTER bug as privacy (security?) problem alson in GNOME?22:33
macoits been nearly a full 24 hours. thats the longest amount of time i've ever been able to stand kde.22:34
LimCorelól. why so, kde is nice.22:34
hggdhmaco, when this happens you ca read what was on the screen?22:34
macohggdh: yeah, i could read my email the first time i noticed this22:34
* LimCore opens massive pr0n collection + readies a photocamera, for the debuging purposes22:34
macoi dont know if it still happens...this was before christmas22:35
macoand using compiz may have had something to do with it22:35
macobecause it slows down screensaver activation22:35
hggdhthen there is a clear risk of a security/privacy exposure22:35
LimCore1. watch p0rn    2. lock station   3. invite children  4. sue ubuntu  5. PROFIT  6. ???  7. World domination22:35
loic-mmaco: there's no version in Jaunty, the package has been removed from Debian in dec 08, however it's still in Intrepid22:35
macoput the underpants back, gnome22:35
macoloic-m: oh if its still in a supported release, leave it alone22:36
hggdhloic-m, then the package is still supported at least on Hardy and Intrepid22:36
loic-mhggdh, maco, thanks22:36
macoif we were talking about something in breezy...22:36
LimCoremaco: write that in https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xorg-server/+bug/254468 comments plz, it will be helpfull22:36
ubottuLaunchpad bug 254468 in xorg-server "MASTER: momentary video garbage upon drawing new objects (particularly in KDE)" [High,Confirmed]22:36
macoLimCore: how does my mail client qualify as garbage?22:37
LimCorehggdh: should I make separate sub bug of this MASTER and describe there privacy exposure aspect?22:37
hggdhLimCore, you can also state your case at #ubuntu-hardened22:37
macowait hold on22:37
macoit says released on jaunty22:37
macolemme check the date because as i said this was over a month ago22:37
hggdhyes, and ScottK was suggesting a SRU22:38
macooh so i should say that since i could read my email for about 3-5 seconds before logging in, it should be SRU'd?22:38
hggdhbut I certainly would not call it an epic exposure.22:38
macoheh im confused. what do y'all want me to do?22:39
macoLimCore: or did you want me to write the underpants gnome comment?22:39
hggdhIf you can see what's on the screen, then this raises the ante22:39
* hggdh just wishes happiness to maco22:40
LimCoremaco: confirm that this happens as well on gnome, and that on GNOME you where able to see the private emails on a LOCKED station22:40
macook commented22:41
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hggdhLimCore, nice user case ;-)22:50
macohggdh:  what usecase?22:53
hggdhon the bug22:53
hggdhor in the bug22:53
macoah, i give up on this quassel thing. too many places full of text. back to irssi. brb22:53
hggdhno quassel anymore?22:55
macothere were TWO panes showing texts and i dont know why22:55
hggdhto be sure you read it, perhaps?22:56
macoand i couldnt /wc when Nickserv started talking to me22:56
macotried right-clicking and it started asking about buffers and then i didnt know what buffers had to do with the little list on the side and so back to the comfort of irssi22:58
hggdhheh. Myself, I stay with xchat22:59
LimCorehggdh: attached video23:48
hggdhgood, this shows the screen with trash -- but it does not show a security/privacy issue...23:50

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