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winstonwhello how do i fix this error I get emailed when I upload my package to my ppa: PPA uploads must be signed by an Ubuntu Code of Conduct signer.04:22
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cprovwinstonw: please follow the instructions in https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA for signing the Ubuntu code of conduct.08:01
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winstonwyeah i figured that out08:02
dysmannHello !08:11
dysmannI have a question about PPAs08:12
dysmannI just created a PPA to trie but I have to change my ID too08:12
dysmannHow can I delete my PPA ?08:12
dysmanndoes anyone know how to do this ?08:28
cody-somervilledysmann, You have to file a request against the launchpad project.08:29
dysmannok thank you !08:29
LaibschI'm here to report problems with the LP service.  Every time I try to report a bug, I get a timeout or 502 Bad Gateway error.09:32
Laibsch(Error ID: OOPS-1309D878), for example09:33
lifelessLaibsch: how long has this been happening?09:42
wgrantI got a 502 from edge a few minutes ago.09:43
wgrantBut that OOPS ID suggests that it's not just edge (although it's a separate problem).09:44
mwhudsonyeah, that was a prod url09:44
cody-somervilleI too a "launchpad is down" page a few minutes ago.09:44
mwhudsontimed out for me too with the same query string09:44
wgrantBut the timeout is separate from the 502s.09:45
wgrantWas it a dupe-search FTI timeout?09:45
mwhudsonwgrant: yes09:46
wgrantLaibsch: Try using a shorter initial summary; you can complete it later.09:46
cody-somervillehmm... I got "Sorry, there was a problem connecting to the Launchpad server. " again09:46
wgrantcody-somerville: lpnet or edge?09:46
LaibschI'm using requestsync as well09:47
Laibschthat script will often crash before I can even enter a summary09:47
wgrantDoes lpstats show which appserver is broken?09:48
mwhudsonnot directly09:48
lifelessI've escalated it09:48
mwhudsonlifeless: thanks09:48
wgrantThanks lifeless.09:48
mwhudson(doesn't look like an appserver is dead from the graphs, fwiw)09:51
wgrantThat's always an obvious fix.09:52
lifelessLaibsch: please try again. That particular bug you're trying to file is timing out, possibly an index problem. But there were other issues we hope we've resolved.10:19
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Amaranthpretty sure this is a spammer of some kind: https://edge.launchpad.net/~hance8310:56
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BUGabundo           If this is blocking your work, let us know by sending an  message to           feedback@launchpad.net.           Include the error ID           OOPS-1309EA109           in your message.11:43
funkyHathttps://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pidgin/+bug/354605 this is marked as "Fix Committed" in Ubuntu, but I am still experiencing the bug. Is it only committed for Karmic, or am I missing something?12:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 354605 in pidgin "pidgin crashed with SIGSEGV" [Medium,Fix committed]12:25
LaibschfunkyHat: "nominate for release"12:32
funkyHatLaibsch: ah, so I should have done that weeks ago, I guess12:35
Laibschlifeless: sorry for the delay, I just returned12:36
Laibschthe error seems at least partially fixed, but requestsync still crashes.  only at a later point.  what is see is "HTTP Error 412: Precondition Failed"12:37
Laibschunfortunately, I don't see an oops id12:37
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wgrantLaibsch: That's more than likely a bug in requestsync. Check with the ubuntu-dev-tools developers.12:39
mwhudsondoes requestsync use the api?12:41
LaibschI can hardly imagine that.  It would imply that the script is completely broken.  It really has only one function and that function doesn't work for me.12:42
mwhudsoni think you can get 412 when the resource you try to modify through the api has been modified since you last read it12:42
Laibschthat = a bug in requestsync being the cause12:42
mwhudson(like failing to commit a transaction in the SERIALIZABLE isolation level)12:42
LaibschIt would be broken for everyone and I don't see any indication of that in the bug tracker12:42
LaibschNonetheless, I'll file a ticket, of course.12:42
Laibschmwhudson: does the "launchpadlib" use the API?12:44
wgrantlaunchpadlib is one of the primary API clients.12:44
Laibschaccording to the manpage, that is what requestsync uses12:44
mwhudsonvery much so12:44
mwhudsonwow gosh, the highlighting of http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-dev/ubuntu-dev-tools/trunk/annotate/head%3A/requestsync is ugly :*12:45
* Laibsch just received the confirmation from Launchpad about a newly filed ticket12:45
mwhudsonLaibsch: did you keep the traceback that mentioned the 412 problem?12:46
LaibschI'm not sure I received a traceback12:46
LaibschYou mean the python traceback?12:46
LaibschI'll spare you the part from the editor, everything after the editor closed is: http://paste.debian.net/43125/12:47
mwhudsonhm, looked like trying to set the status failed12:48
wgrantBut it has the permission check there.12:49
* mwhudson tries to stop worrying about this sort of thing at 23:50 on a saturday12:49
mwhudsonwgrant: lp_save() will end up 412-ing if the etag of the resource you're changing is different it seems12:50
LaibschFWIW, another sync request I just filed went through without a problem: bug 40765512:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 407655 in kasumi "Sync kasumi 2.4-1 (universe) from Debian unstable (main)." [Wishlist,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/40765512:50
mwhudson(looking at lazr.restful source)12:50
* mwhudson goes away12:50
wgrantmwhudson: Right, that makes sense.12:50
mb74is it possible to set a different base version than the automatically detected by dpkg-parsechangelog when i  call "debuild -S"? I've created a package which already has version 0.4.24-ep3, but the originally available version in jaunty is 0.4.22. When I call "debuild -S" then it searches for ...0.4.24.orig.tar.gz, but I want it to search for ...0.4.22.orig.tar.gz.13:37
Laibschmb74: try #ubuntu or #ubuntu-motu13:43
sysadminhi, trying to install a local launchpad, I'd like to know if I can just explode the lauchpad.tar.gz rather than having lots of downloads via rocketfuel-setup .... can someone tell me where to explode the file pls :)14:17
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pablowhich is the difference between reactivating an account and registering? why is it called deactivating an account instead of deleting it? which data is not removed?15:57
LarstiQno data is removed afaik15:58
pabloLarstiQ: nothing at all?15:59
LarstiQpablo: I think so.16:00
* LarstiQ bases that on his experience as a user16:00
pabloLarstiQ: which data are you refering to?16:03
LarstiQpablo: all data16:04
LarstiQpablo: an identity is still useful even if someone doesn't login with it anymore16:04
LarstiQpablo: in particular its association to bugs, code, answers, translation, etc16:05
pabloLarstiQ: https://help.launchpad.net/YourAccount/Closing?action=show&redirect=DeactivatingYourAccount16:06
LarstiQokay, so I was wrong :)16:06
LarstiQpablo: reading that, all data is retained, _except_ the data that would imply you're active on a project16:07
LarstiQpablo: so the account is no longer taking responsibilityh (assignees) and other people can get the work done16:08
LarstiQpablo: but historic data is still there16:08
pabloLarstiQ: what do you mean with historic data? commits, bug tickets and what else16:09
LarstiQpablo: comments, answers, mailing list posts, etc16:09
LarstiQpablo: a useful way to think of it -16:10
LarstiQpablo: does the data contribute to giving other people a complete picture?16:10
LarstiQpablo: say you had commented in some bug threads, removing those comments would mean the thread no longer makes sense16:11
pabloLarstiQ: right16:11
LarstiQpablo: in other words, an identity is useful to more people than just the person who can login with it16:12
pabloLarstiQ: mm16:13
pabloLarstiQ: but comments on bugs is not an identity16:14
LarstiQpablo: right16:15
LarstiQpablo: they are linked to one though16:15
LarstiQpablo: and in a philosophical sense contribute to it, but that's outside the scope here I guess :)16:16
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mhall119is there any trick to meta-packages other than just having no source and including Depends?20:08
maxbThat's pretty much all there is to it20:44
mhall119okay, with debian/changelog am I supposed to replace or append when I'm making a new version?20:49
jpdsmhall119: Append.21:03
mhall119whoops, oh well, thanks21:04
jpdsmhall119: 'dch -i' from devscripts will create a new entry for you.21:04
mhall119ah, okay, thanks21:04
mhall119so far so good21:06
pablohi, why uppon reactivation launchpad remembers username? isnt it deleted?22:13
mhall119pablo: it's probably just deactivated22:28
pablomhall119: yes, uppon deactivation isnt the profile deleted?22:38
mhall119I would doubt it, that account would be tied to any entries in LP that you created or modified while it was active, that relationship would need to remain22:39
maxbTechnically, you *prepend* to debian/changelog22:51
maxbFortunately, dch takes all the pain out of maintaining it22:51
mhall119good to know22:57

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