QuintasanHmm I'm off00:12
nhandlerDid you all see apachelogger's blog post?01:33
vorianyes :(01:33
astrommeyep =/01:33
nhandlerIsn't apachelogger the one who gets the new tarballs from KDE for us?01:34
voriannhandler: there are a few people who can do that01:34
ScottKActually Riddell normally gets them.01:35
nhandlervorian: Ok, just making sure. Do we have a way to publish them to kollide?01:36
nhandlerOr do we need to move all of that stuff to a new location?01:36
voriannhandler: we can re-arrange that01:36
rgreeningJontheEchidna: yo01:39
JontheEchidnargreening: yo01:40
rgreeningQt 4.5.0 seems to work fine now01:40
rgreeningdid the plugin patch work after\01:40
JontheEchidnastill working on it01:41
JontheEchidnait seems that some stuff using non-q3 stuff still needed some porting work01:41
JontheEchidnasuch as QDir enums, etc01:41
rgreeningright on01:41
JontheEchidnaand Q3Wizard -> QDialogAssistant is being a bitch01:42
rgreeningI worked on it and got no where01:42
JontheEchidnaI've got the compile failures down to those in QDialogAssistant and a single error in QProcess01:42
rgreeningI'll prob open a bug to include the current patch. If you get that one done we can do another bug for it.01:46
rgreeningAnd I'll submit one for Qt 4.5.001:46
rgreeningJontheEchidna, ScottK ^01:46
lex79JontheEchidna: do you have nvidia?02:25
JontheEchidnalex79: an older nvidia. I use the nvidia-glx-96 drivers02:25
lex79kde freeze in my system now...02:26
lex79with new xorg02:26
lex79with vesa works02:26
* JontheEchidna hasn't rebooted since the last xorg update02:26
JontheEchidnaomfg, it compiled02:27
lex79JontheEchidna: ahahah02:27
lex79so..no reboot02:27
JontheEchidnaok, I'll keep that in mind >.>02:27
JontheEchidnathat will make it somewhat difficult to test this patch for kde4libs that I just got to compile02:28
JontheEchidnamaybe I won't ahve to restart X for the khtml libs to go out of memory02:28
lex79I don't know...02:29
lex79I put two packages in revu but there aren't02:30
ScottKJontheEchidna: Should be a test of your ultimate ninja fighting skillz02:46
ScottKYou might make sure you have a copy of the n-1 X .debs before you restart.02:46
lex79ScottK :D02:47
* JontheEchidna restarts quassel to test new snapshot02:51
JontheEchidnameh, kde4libs is only at 72%03:05
* JontheEchidna might have to postpone testing until tomorrow03:06
vorianJontheEchidna: Soon, very soon I will have my beastly machince ready for killer builds03:06
JontheEchidnaholy tower of knotify03:07
vorianI built a new computer today: AMD quad-core, 8 gigs memory, and other fun extras03:07
JontheEchidnaquassell just sent me 4 notifications for your hihigghlt03:07
vorianhilight in irssi speek03:07
JontheEchidna~order brain03:08
* kubotu shouts: OMG!!!!! RED ALERT! We lost a brain. Get me a medic, NOW!03:08
nhandlervorian: I would love to have that computer03:08
nhandlerHow much did it cost?03:08
vorianin the end, about $60003:09
vorian<3 new egg03:09
vorianI only purchased the motherboard, power-supply, cpu, memory, and case - everything else I had03:10
ScottKJontheEchidna: How many notifications this time?03:10
JontheEchidnaScottK: 403:10
ScottKIn 4.1, I only get one.03:11
ScottKSput: ^^^03:19
* claydoh <3 newegg too, just put together a dual core amd, 4gb ram and cheep matx board w/onboard video03:20
* claydoh recycled the rest of old system03:20
JontheEchidnamine's so old about all I could recycle would be outside the case03:22
ScottKHow old?03:22
JontheEchidnaexcept perhaps CD/DVD drives03:22
JontheEchidna5 years old03:22
claydohmy case is from 200103:22
claydohdrives are 2-5 years old, dvd burner, 103:23
JontheEchidnamy dad upgraded a 286 to a 486 until all of the original that was left was the case03:23
ScottK5 years is the general design life of most consumer grade electronic components.03:23
claydohps is about 1 year03:23
ScottKI wouldn't use hard drives over 5 years unless you don't care about the data.03:23
JontheEchidnahe still has the 286 mobo/cpu in a box somewhere03:24
JontheEchidnaI added a new hard drive about a year and a half back03:24
JontheEchidnawindoze is on the old, small drive that came with the computer03:24
* ScottK is still using a dual PIII 450 box he built in 1999 as a file server (new hard drives).03:24
claydohactually one drive is only 1 year old, and I do have a 10 y/o 4gb hd that still runs03:25
claydohcame out of an HP 233 mmx desktop03:25
JontheEchidnaThe 486 dualboots windows 3.1 and redhat 6 on a 380 MB drive. I think it'd still work if you turned it on today03:25
claydohstill have the rest of that system in a box somewhere03:26
JontheEchidnayeah, most of our family's previous boxes are in some state of disrepair/boxed up03:26
claydohthe 233 was my first computer ever03:26
* ScottK has a circa 1991 Mac LC III that last time he tried it booted.03:26
claydohJune of 1998 I remember that summer well03:27
ScottKMy first computer ever was a Radio Shack TRS-80 Model I.03:27
claydohdialup wooo03:27
ScottK4k ram.03:27
* claydoh is old, and somehow missed the computer revolution03:27
ScottKHow old?03:27
* claydoh did type soemthing on a trs80 in school03:28
ScottKBah.  I'm about 10% older.03:28
claydohnot really pld, just missed out on the tech03:28
claydohold rather03:28
vorianwe had a mac, until something called an "IBM Compatable Computer" came along03:28
ScottKActually PC cam before Mac.03:28
ScottKApple ][ 1977, IBM PC 1981, Mac 198503:29
JontheEchidnaThe first "computer" I ever owned was a Gameboy Advance. 33 MHZ ARM7 with a 4/8 MHz Z80 co-processor and 320kb RAM03:29
* ScottK has done Z80 assembler.03:30
claydohhp pavillion  for me, 1998, 128mb ram, 4gb drive, 2(?)mb video03:30
claydohas I said, I missed out on a lot of tech03:31
* claydoh has never even used a mac03:31
ScottKAfter the TRS-80 I had an Apple ][ and then the Mac.03:31
claydohtho we did have an apple 2e or something in machine shop for cnc training03:32
ScottKMy first 'PC' was a P133 laptop that I got in 1995 after Office 95 came out with incompatible file formats and there was no Office for Mac update in sight.03:32
claydohmy wife, techno-luddite she is, has actually played with some unix variant when she ran a hardware store03:33
ScottKThe IIe was the last Apple ][.  I had a cousin who owned serial number 32.03:33
claydohall dumb terminals and tty's and such03:33
ScottKHe pitched it when the motherboard burned up.03:35
ScottKIt'd have been worth something I think, even just the case.03:35
JontheEchidnaI bought a IIe at a yard sale a year or so back03:36
claydohI still have a 233 thinkpad that runs vector linux lite, I use it in the kitchen for looking up recipes03:38
claydohlol that thing from what I could find cost over 3k back in 199803:39
ScottKAbout right.03:41
ScottKA company I worked at we had some 286 or 386 boxes that ran about 6K when new in 93/94 ish.03:42
JontheEchidnaAfter the 486 we got a 233 MHZ Pentium 2. I got a VooDoo 2 graphics card with 8 MB VRAM for Christmas03:42
ScottK4 years later they were boat anchors, but we were still depreciating them so we couldn't throw them away.03:42
JontheEchidnaI believe Weird Al's "All about the Pentiums" sums up that era of computing pretty well03:45
* JontheEchidna ->bed(Qt:FluffyPillow);04:01
* JontheEchidna ->bed(Qt::FluffyPillow);04:01
JontheEchidnargreening: oh04:08
JontheEchidnaI just emailed you04:08
JontheEchidna...and I forgot to attach everything while I was at it04:09
rgreeningI replied04:10
rgreeningsend it to me and Ill build it04:10
JontheEchidnaScottK: kmail just gave me 4 notifications04:10
rgreeningI'll be up late04:10
ScottKAh hah.04:11
ScottKJontheEchidna: Are you trying some fancy new patch?04:11
JontheEchidnaScottK: nothing past the systray corruption patches04:11
JontheEchidnaI suppose I should restart plasma04:11
rgreeningScottK: Qt 4.5.0 rc1 is looking mostly good. I need to get kdebindings to build with it now. The rest of kde builds fine with Qt4.5.004:12
ScottKrgreening: I can't remember, did you build python-qt4?04:12
ScottKBecause PyQt4 and kdebindings hell are closely related on armel.04:13
JontheEchidnacould somebody ping me?04:13
rgreeningI'll rebuild pyqt4 and pykde and see what happens04:13
rgreeningping JontheEchidna04:13
JontheEchidna1 notification this time, not 404:14
* ScottK notes the return of UTU and discovers he's already done as many Jaunty uploads as he did the entire Intrpepid cycle.04:15
JontheEchidnaoh, it's back?04:16
ScottKYep.  See planet.04:16
JontheEchidna#59 myself, not bad04:16
JontheEchidnaer, #2104:17
JontheEchidna59 uploads :P04:17
ScottKYeah, well last cycle I never once did anything like toss 16 plasmoids at the archive at once and see what stuck.04:17
ScottKWhich is not the recommended approach, but seemed to work out OK.04:18
* JontheEchidna notices he was supposed to run his bed() function 15 minutes ago04:19
ScottKSleep is for the weak.04:19
* JontheEchidna out04:19
rgreeningJontheEchidna: did you send the patch04:21
rgreeningapachelogger is buggering off... oh no's04:23
rgreeningI'm #5504:24
vorianit didn't feel like that many04:24
vorianI thought maybe 40 or 5004:24
rgreeningI had 15 only apparantly...04:25
rgreeningfeels like I did more04:25
rgreeninghrmph.. I did more in Intrepid apparantly.. seems wrong04:26
ScottKIt only counts the ones where you are listed as changed-by.04:26
vorianwe still have 2 months to go04:26
vorianyet less than 2 weeks til feature freeze!04:27
vorianwe need to go on a plasma hunt04:27
vorianplasmoids, even04:27
ScottKSince we're doing the bzr stuff we're seeing more uploads that combine changes too.04:27
rgreeningScottK: that is true.04:28
rgreeningScottK: kdelib4c2a is still in kubuntu-desktop04:30
ScottKAlso Knm is still there for a bit.04:30
rgreeningcan we get rid of yet? Tonio_ was packaging04:30
rgreeningplasmoid works fine now (at least for my testing)04:30
ScottKrgreening: I wonder how well it would work with 4.1?04:31
rgreeninghmm... dunno. good q for Tonio_04:31
* ScottK considers a backport.04:31
ScottKGreat way to get lots of testing.04:31
rgreeningScottK: go for it.04:31
* ScottK would like to hear from Tonio first.04:32
rgreeningI feel like packaging k3b myself04:32
* ScottK already spent too much of tonight unscrewing a Gnomish backport he approved.04:32
* ScottK is not kidding.04:33
* ScottK visited svn.gnome.org for the first time ever to verify the change proposed by some unknown person really was a backport of an upstream patch.04:34
rgreeningIm going to look for k3b and attempt to package04:34
rgreeningScottK: do you think rebuilding pyqt4 will help kdebindings build?04:56
ScottKMight make it worse too.04:57
rgreeningScottK: ping06:14
rgreeningScottK: for Qt 4.5.0, what do you want tested again? Eric, amarok,...06:14
ScottKEric on top of a rebuild pyqt4 is what i suggested06:15
rgreeningok, Im building pyqt4 now06:15
rgreeningwill add eroc after06:15
rgreeningeric even,06:15
ScottKI'm not sure what else.06:15
rgreeningif you think of anything, let me know.06:16
ScottKThis seems a bit scary to me to be switching now.   I will.06:16
rgreeningScottK: if you can test Qt4.5.0 in Jaunty, it would help assuage your fears (potentially)06:17
ScottKI don't have a box I can dedicate to Jaunty right now.06:17
rgreeningfabo: ping06:17
rgreeningfabo is running it too I believe.06:17
ScottKOK.  Just uploaded the current clamav to hardy-backports.  Now I'm off to bed.06:19
ScottKGood night06:20
faboScottK: yes, I'm running with Qt 4.5.0 rc1.08:05
rgreeningfabo: hey. I am about ready to finalize my build. We should compare merge changes. Where was yours again? I lost my logs08:29
rgreeningfabo: have you tried re-building KDE4.2 against Qt4.5.0? Only issue I have left is kdebindings.08:31
faborgreening: on alioth pkg-kde/branches/qt4-x1108:32
faboI'm triaging qt-copy changes right now since they have updated qt-copy yesterday08:33
fabootherwise, i didn't tried to rebuild KDE 4.2 against it08:34
faboyou can find it here too => http://alioth.debian.org/~fabo/qt4-x11_4.5.0~rc1-1/08:35
rgreeningpatches I used: 0195 0209 0216 0225 0226 0234 0245 025508:35
rgreeningfabo: the rest are applied or obsolete08:35
rgreeningfabo: mostly problem free here runing it. I have performed a rebuild of KDE, python-qt4, python-sip4, amarok, etc on the new qt. everythnig is fine except getting bindings to build. I have to investigate some more.08:39
rgreeningfabo, do you also take care of kde packages in debian?08:42
faborgreening: yes, i'm working on them too. btw i didn't played with bindings myself08:43
rgreeningfabo: cool.08:44
faborgreening: 0226 removed. it seems already in Qt 4.508:57
rgreening0226.. are you sure?08:58
faboSVN commit 921924 by mueller08:59
rgreeningnap time09:02
rgreeningnite fabo09:02
fabogood night09:03
MamarokJontheEchidna: you around09:14
MamarokI have a problem with a package build I try to make09:16
MamarokI f someone is around who could help me, ping me please :)09:16
jussi01Mamarok: there are probably some that might be able to help, but best if you just say the issue so we can see ;)09:29
Mamarokjussi01: well, read the pastebin :)10:01
* jussi01 cant see any pastebin link...10:02
Mamarokoops, thougt I had pasted it, sry10:03
Mamaroki absolutely need that package10:04
QuintasanMamarok: no such package in this PPA10:05
Quintasanoh sry10:05
Mamarokhm, so I guess it's in experimental10:05
Quintasanwget http://ppa.launchpad.net/kubuntu-members-kde4/ppa/ubuntu/pool/main/a/amarok-mysql-dfsg-5.1/amarok-libmysqlclient-dev_5.1.26rc-0ubuntu1~ppa1_i386.deb10:05
Mamarokbut that's the link apachelogger gave me10:06
Quintasanhmm bit too long10:06
Mamaroklet's hope nobody removed it10:06
QuintasanMamarok: try mine :P10:06
MamarokQuintasan: that did the trick, thanks :)10:07
QuintasanMamarok: no problem :D10:08
Quintasanlol I can't build anything but hello using debuild :D10:14
Quintasanomg, pbuilder sure downloads lots of packages when compiling KDE apps11:02
Quintasanchecking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes.11:26
QuintasanInstalling libx11-dev didnt help11:26
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=== Przewlek is now known as PrzewleklyBrakPi
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Quintasan# invoke shell if build fails.12:17
Quintasanapt-get install -y --force-yes vim less bash12:17
Quintasancd /tmp/buildd/*/debian/..12:17
Quintasanoh my god, sorry :/12:17
JontheEchidnaMamarok: ping12:33
JontheEchidnargreening: yes, I sent you the files in an email with the same name as the last one12:35
MamarokJontheEchidna: hi, problem solved :)12:37
JontheEchidnaGreat :)12:38
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ulo_hey there. did you receive bugreports about segfaults in ksmserver and nepomukservices since the last kdebase updates?12:52
ulo_kwin+x11 run at 100% cpu after loggin into kde since today - dmesg shows: http://pastebin.com/m20c57a7b12:54
ulo_no errors in X11.0.log12:55
ulo_last action before poweroff was a aptitude full-upgrade which installed kdebase-workspace* 4.2.0-0ubuntu4 and xserver-common/xserver-xorg-core to
JontheEchidnargreening: It works, sorta13:18
JontheEchidnargreening: the detection capabilities are the same as the other patch, unfortunately :(13:18
JontheEchidnaalso I accidentally enabled the next button for the assistant dialog, lol13:18
JontheEchidnargreening: If we can get this working properly we should. It has a license acceptance dialog and all that good stuff13:20
JontheEchidna\o apachelogger13:29
apacheloggero/ JontheEchidna13:29
JontheEchidnaCheck what rgreening and I have been working on: http://imagebin.ca/view/f_PViN.html13:29
JontheEchidnaIt's a port of the KDE3 flash installation wizard13:29
apacheloggerLure: the ruby magic is self-maintaining :P13:30
JontheEchidnait finally compiled without Qt/KDE3 support13:30
Lureapachelogger: sure, now it will be even proven, NOT ;-)13:30
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: the dialog is flawed13:31
apacheloggerKDE plugin?13:31
apacheloggerwhat plugin? why plugin? where plugin? huh plugin?13:31
JontheEchidnathat and there's no next button :P13:31
JontheEchidnait still has... issues13:31
JontheEchidnabut it compiles!13:32
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: it really needs provide some more information13:32
apacheloggerbut otherwise cool13:32
JontheEchidnaexcept due to a kde4libs bug flash isn't detected on youtube :(13:32
apacheloggerLure: well, since 4.2.0 was an ultimate testrun the current revision ought to work mostly13:32
JontheEchidnasince they do a check to see if you have flash13:32
JontheEchidnaand don't try to embed things unconditionally13:33
apacheloggerScottK: btw, I recommend you get that ubuntuwire access .... or another server to use as remote location for the tarballs13:33
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: well, I suppose that somehow works with firefox13:34
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: oh ... and once you are happy with the patch -> push it upstream with all the noise you can make13:34
apacheloggermaintaing that as a patch is pure insanity13:34
JontheEchidnaapachelogger: currently it does require a setting in k-d-s for the plugin location for it to download13:35
apacheloggerplugin location?13:35
* apachelogger doesn't really remember how the patch works :P13:36
JontheEchidnathe location on the internets for the flash plugin13:36
apacheloggerhow would that work with $package?13:36
JontheEchidnawe also have a much simpler patch that just prompts the user to install it with install-package13:36
apacheloggerfrom my point of view $distro should provide desktop files to set this kind of stuff13:37
apacheloggerone to define which application to use for installation13:37
apacheloggerand loads of them to define package names for the various plugin times13:37
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: oh, and if there is no distro defined desktop files the assitant probably should only redirect the user to $download page of $plugin14:21
apacheloggersine there is no common pattern for taring nsplugins14:21
jussi01apachelogger: thats bollocks! you cant take a new job with out consulting us first!!14:30
* jussi01 goes to call apachelogger's boss...14:31
apacheloggerit's not like I had much choice on that :P14:31
Lureanybody understand what is benefit of lpia architecture for atom pcu?15:23
LureI have dual-core atom as server and am not sure if running lpia makes sense (currently on amd64)15:24
* smarter didn't know atom was 64bits15:39
Luresmarter: my atom 330 is dual-core, hyper-threaded 64-bit "beast" ;-)15:44
smarterHT even? :O15:44
ScottKlpia is 32 bit to start with.15:45
LureScottK: ok, but what is the benfit?15:45
* Lure does not need 64-bit as I have only 2 GB ram15:46
* Lure did not find any reasoning for lpia on wiki...15:46
ScottKI understand it's optimized for that arch, but no idea what that actually means.15:46
smarterit's compiled with the cpu flags available on the atoms15:47
smarterprobably sse2 and stuff15:47
smarternormally, 32bits packages are compiled with only the minimum cpu feature, to be compatible with 486 and stuff that only exists in museum now15:48
smarterI don't know if it has much advantage versus 64bits, since more cpu flags are standardised and used in compilation for 64bits, and it's supposed to be faster(but eat more ram)15:49
* apachelogger is suprised by how well the mozilla binary tarball does not work at all15:54
apacheloggermaybe the tar is b0rked15:54
apacheloggeraha ... so much for that mirror -.-15:56
ScottKapachelogger: Would you mind looking at our quassel package and seeing if you can convince it to build with debug actually on?  I seem to be a total failure in that department.17:29
ScottKOr anyone else for that matter.17:29
apacheloggerScottK: -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=debugfull17:33
ScottKThe problem appears to be it's stripped17:34
ScottK/usr/bin/quasselclient: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped17:34
ScottKBut I set nostrip in the package.17:34
ScottKdebugfull is already set.17:35
apacheloggerScottK: why not strip it to -dbg?17:41
ScottKThat was going to be my next step.17:41
ScottKIf someone wanted to put that together, I'd be glad to sponsor it (if you need sponsoring)17:42
apacheloggerScottK: just add a -dbg package17:42
apacheloggercdbs will take care of everything else17:42
apacheloggerjust saying :P17:42
blizzzclaydoh: ping17:56
claydohblizzz: pong!17:58
blizzzclaydoh: because of the quassel-doc translation17:59
claydohblizzz: I just now got to relying to y yoour email17:59
blizzzyeah, i read it 2 min ago18:00
blizzzin fact i don't know what neversfelde and you have agreed, however you can see it here: http://wiki.kubuntu-de.org/Benutzer:Neversfelde/quassel18:00
claydohblizzz: no agreements, he did tell me there mighgt be a translation coming :)(18:01
blizzzthere's one issue left: i do not use quassel either and have not installed it, thus i don't know wether i translated menu-entries and options correctly18:01
blizzzwell, here it is :D18:01
claydohI can look at it maybe, the menus and such should be easy18:02
claydohonce I get my monitor situation corrected, I may try out quassel as cleint-core18:03
blizzzprobably the translation itself can be improved here and there since mcas (who translated some parts aswell) and i are not native speaker18:03
claydohblizzz: not bad actually. it is much better than I would have done traslating something from English to German that ius for sure18:06
* claydoh is American, and thus mostly know only one language :)18:06
blizzzwell, i guess german is worse to learn18:06
* blizzz was born in poland but moved at the age of three to germany18:07
blizzzunfortunately i have no polish skills any more :(18:07
claydohI used to be able to speak enough Spanish to keep out of  trouble, but have forgotten most of it too18:08
blizzzuna cerveza por favor?18:09
blizzzor something like it :)18:09
ScottKclaydoh: Your screen shots are going to need updating since there's a toolbar now ...18:09
claydohI know :)18:09
claydohblizzz: pretty much, plus enough to buy repair parts for the Simca car we had18:10
blizzzhave you been in spain?18:12
claydoh?me lived on the island of Menorca for 1.5 years, back in 1980-198118:13
claydohmy father was military, and they had a small station there18:13
blizzznot a bad place ;)18:14
claydohno, very nice, nice people too18:15
blizzzback to the quassel-doc, how do we procced further?18:20
claydohmaybe just some editing to the translation, I can work on that some, though it is pretty good over all :)18:21
claydohthough it will take me a little time as I do have a lot to do the next few days18:22
claydohmostly at work, so away fromm the keyboard :(18:23
blizzzcool, thanks. that is okay, it took us about 2.5weeks to go this far, so take your time18:23
blizzzi mean take as much time as you need, don't hurry18:24
vorianclaydoh: is there a way to use a server password and nickserv password (with quassel)18:39
stdinit's in the Networks config section18:45
stdinyou can set a server password or use the Auto Identify tab18:46
rgreeningHobbsee: \o/19:42
rgreeningJontheEchidna: /19:42
rgreeningOMG I so cant type19:43
smarterrgreening: howdy, tested Qt 4.5rc1? :]19:44
rgreeningJontheEchidna: that's cool. it's great that it's real close19:44
rgreeningsmarter: yup19:44
rgreeningworks great here.19:44
smarterno crash?19:44
rgreeningsmarter: I would appreciate you testing KDE/Qt from my PPA19:44
rgreeningsmarter: not anymore19:44
rgreeningsmarter: I rebuilt KDE and related bits in my PPA19:45
smarterfeel any difference for perfs?19:45
rgreeningsmarter: I haven't noticed anything in particular...19:45
claydohScottK: heh check out my new sig http://forum.kde.org:80/claydoh-u-322.html19:46
claydohoopps wrong profile19:46
smarteryour ppa is rgreening?19:46
rgreeningsmarter: ~roderick-greening19:46
claydohdumb konq19:46
rgreeningsmarter: https://launchpad.net/~roderick-greening/+archive/ppa19:46
ScottKclaydoh: Nice.19:47
Hobbseergreening: hrm?19:48
rgreeningHobbsee: I meant to type Jo<tab> but typed Ho<tab> :)  hehe... but Hi anyway :P19:48
Hobbseefair enough :)19:49
Hobbseeand hi!19:49
rgreeningI have FAT fingers this morning19:49
Hobbseeoh dear19:49
rgreeningsmarter: if you have any issues, please let me know. the more testing the more confident we can be on poping qt 4.5.0 in to Jaunty. I have some changes to merge later from fabo (debian).19:52
smarterrgreening: okay, my connection sucks right now, but I'll be sure to test these packages(have been waiting for a long time for QtWebKit with flash and QTestLib benchmark thingy :p)19:53
rgreeningty smarter19:54
rgreeningtime is running out19:54
astrommergreening: How is 4.5 working with 4.2? I've gotten reports that it's working fine with kde trunk... but that's not jaunty material20:04
QuintasanHi, I'm fighting with https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/skim/+bug/290304 , I have changed skim.install in debian/ to point to right directory (hicolor) and commented a line in control which deleted an non-existing file. There seems to be a problem with scons, build log: http://wklej.org/id/50004/20:09
ubottuUbuntu bug 290304 in skim "Skim has no KMenu icon" [Low,Triaged]20:09
vorianQuintasan: if you are around in a few hours, i'll take a look21:02
Quintasanvorian: ok, I'll drink some coffee ;)21:04
jjessemmm coffee21:05
jjessei think my wife and i are on the 3rd pot today :)21:05
Tm_T3rd? it's 1300 there now?21:06
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vitalIs Pulseaudio supposed to work OK with kde4-phonon?22:09
smarterdon't think so22:09
vitalokay, just what I though :)22:10
smarterhttp://aseigo.blogspot.com/2009/01/i-will-not-drink-koolaide.html << it messed up aseigo system :p22:10
vitalhehe, I'll read that one :)22:10
calcRiddell: ping22:54
Quintasanvorian: ping23:04

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