eagles0513875morning guys09:40
gnomefreaki hate gnome panels11:04
gnomefreakis gwibber crashing for anyone else?11:13
* gnomefreak hopes to have SM1.1.18 done today for review11:35
asacgnomefreak: gwibber works for me12:01
gnomefreakhmmm i cant clear windows for some reason it closes unexpectedly every time it runs12:05
gnomefreak2.0.0~bzr401-0ubuntu1~daily1 is the version i am running12:06
asachmm ... i probably have the previous verison12:11
gnomefreakthe previous version worked but i just couldnt send messages i havent had time to figure that out yet12:12
asaci sent one message and it didnt crash12:19
gnomefreakasac: ill play with it again after build finishes.12:22
gnomefreakasac: did you get a chance to review sunbird?  i will be AFK for a bit since build will slow me down alot12:27
* gnomefreak off to build races :)12:27
eternal_pmorning all...just installed the A5 of Karmic...with FF, my cookies are saving...I heard there was already a launchpad for this, but I cannot find it12:27
gnomefreakasac: know the bug # for FF not saving cookies12:27
gnomefreaketernal_p: 3.0 or 3.512:28
gnomefreakas i recall there is a bug on it but i havent had a chance to do alot of our bugs in a week or so12:29
gnomefreaksee if i can find it before i start bild again12:29
gnomefreaketernal_p: ok your bug is that it is saving cookies or its clearing them?12:30
eternal_pclearing them12:30
eternal_por not saving them...if you will12:30
gnomefreakdid you cheak your settings to make sure12:31
gnomefreakok i dont see that bug. please file one after you check your settings. you can use Firefox>Help>report a problem12:33
asacgnomefreak: no12:33
asacfirefox saves cookies for me12:33
gnomefreaketernal_p: make sure your extensions are not causing this12:33
gnomefreakasac: it does for me as well12:33
asacmicagh would know the bug id12:34
asacbut i guess he is asleep12:34
gnomefreakyeah he doesnt get here for a while longer12:34
eternal_pI only have ad-block, xmarks and better gmail 212:36
eternal_pI'll start to disable them12:36
eternal_pgot it12:36
eternal_pI had never remember history under privacy, thought that was just history, not everything12:36
gnomefreakbe back in a bit12:37
asaceternal_p: yeah its a bit confusing12:37
asacuse custom settings12:38
asacis what you want i guess12:38
eternal_pnow, if only I can get VMWAre Workstation going, I'm set :)12:38
eternal_pasac: already changed12:38
asacuse virtualbox12:38
eternal_pasac: not a fan of their USB2 implementation, too slow12:39
* gnomefreak thinks i forgot something :( thinking autoconf 12:44
gnomefreakasac: this is the rejects http://paste.ubuntu.com/264922/  and this is our patch http://paste.ubuntu.com/264923/  what am i not seeing?12:54
gnomefreakits the 38_mips64_build.patch  IIRC someone was talking about mips (i think debian emails i get)12:55
gnomefreak else12:56
gnomefreak+ifeq ($(OS_TEST),mips64)12:56
gnomefreak+CPU_ARCH        = mips12:56
gnomefreakthat is main patch of patch but all it is for most part is adding 64 to ostest mips12:57
eternal_pi'm off...thanks again12:58
gnomefreaksorry the first link is wrong let me get right one12:58
gnomefreakhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/264925/ is the rejects file12:59
gnomefreakthere has to be a way to auto update patches in quilt13:01
asacauto update?13:05
asacyou have to run quilt refresh --diffstat -U8 --no-timestamps13:06
asacafter fixing it13:06
asacgnomefreak: the mips thing is in the code13:06
asacyou can drop the patch most likely13:06
gnomefreakbut to fix it i have to copy/paste everything to our patch? or is there a way to take .rej and merge it13:06
gnomefreakasac: ah ok13:06
asacat lesat the mips thing is in the first paste13:06
asacnot sure if you applied it or somemthing13:07
gnomefreaki will try it13:07
asacyou wont see a problem obviously on anything else than mips ... which we dont have in ubuntu ;)13:07
asacbut if the mips test is in the upstream tree then its fine to drop13:07
gnomefreakasac: ok i will drop it and see how it goes13:08
gnomefreakasac: what is kFreeBSD? the kbsd patch is failing but it looks like all we added was extra line for kfreebsd13:54
asacgnomefreak: please try to keep it applying13:54
asacits somethning i need for debian13:54
asackfreebsd is a debian system with glib, but on top of freebsd kernel13:55
asacglibc i mean13:55
gnomefreaki would love to keep it but every part of it is failing13:55
asacits just shuffeling a bit13:55
asacyou might want to checkout the icedove patch i have13:55
asacmaybe that works ;)13:56
gnomefreakok ill look13:56
asacbut maybe i just disabled it too ;)13:56
asacif so do it ... but remember to enable again if i did it for iceowl13:56
* gnomefreak thought of that but figured id ask first13:56
gnomefreakiceowl or icedove?13:58
gnomefreak* drop patches applied upstream13:59
gnomefreak  - remove debian/patches/18_kbsd_nspr.dpatch13:59
gnomefreak  - update debian/patches/series13:59
gnomefreakthat is in bzr branch revision 101 icedove13:59
asacyes. the nspr stuff was applied as it seems13:59
asacif its just the nspr part drop it14:00
gnomefreaknss bits14:00
gnomefreakhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/264951/  the first part bothers me since it doesnt mention nss or nspr14:01
asacgnomefreak: thats not the nspr.patch14:01
asacthat patch still is needed most likely14:01
gnomefreakah thats 18 and i have 3814:02
asacits probably really just shuffeling the lines a bit14:02
asacits a bunch of .rej, but all those should be pretty easy14:03
asacto port14:03
asacpretty = relatively14:03
asackenvandine: please make gwibber shorten url only if there is not enough space ;)14:10
gnomefreakiceowl icedove dont have this patch at all14:11
* gnomefreak was really hoping to cherry pick it14:11
asacif you can adjust it, it would be great14:11
asacone second14:11
kenvandineasac, good idea14:11
kenvandineasac, please file a bug and assign it to me14:11
ubottuDebian bug 495522 in icedove "icedove: FTBFS on GNU/kFreeBSD" [Important,Open]14:12
asacgnomefreak: maybe the one in there still applied14:12
asacextract it from that14:12
gnomefreakasac: looking14:12
asackenvandine: bug 42432114:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 424321 in gwibber "only shorten urls if there is not enough space" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/42432114:17
asacmy solution is a bit tricky, but i think the user experience would be remarkable if it would be really "as-you-type" (in both directions)14:18
asachope the description is clear kenvandine14:19
gnomefreakalmost like fixing the kbsd patch now one more fails :( not even sure why its only in seamonkey not tbird14:59
gnomefreakwhy the hell do i have this patch and no other package does15:02
gnomefreakasac_: why is seamonkey the only package that has the 80_security_build.patch?15:06
asac_whats in there?15:06
gnomefreakhold on ill pastebin it15:07
gnomefreakasac_: http://paste.ubuntu.com/264980/15:07
gnomefreaki lied it seems iceape does as well but you use seamonkey to build iceape as i recall15:09
gnomefreakand your iceape branch is ~2 years old15:10
gnomefreaki get the feeling CVE-2009-2408: Compromise of SSL-protected communication is why the failures15:16
gnomefreakPGO is blocking 3.6 from what im seeing15:36
gnomefreakmailing list crap is done out of ~60 only 3 were accepted, there has to be an easier way to do this15:49
gnomefreakwell gwibber is still broken, cant clear refresh or send16:00
gnomefreakno longer crashing16:00
gnomefreakwho is our resident gwibber maintainer?16:23
jcastrognomefreak: poke kenvandine17:11
kenvandinegnomefreak, hey neighbor17:11
jcastroI was just selling you out17:11
gnomefreakkenvandine: gwibber wont let me do anything send refresh clear17:11
kenvandinei heard :)17:11
kenvandineok... what version?17:11
gnomefreakkenvandine: 2.0.0~bzr406-0ubuntu1~daily117:12
kenvandinegnomefreak, kill it and run both the daemon and the client in a terminal17:12
kenvandineto get output17:12
kenvandineso kill both the gwibber and gwibber-daemon processes17:12
kenvandineand run gwibber-daemon first17:12
kenvandinethen gwibber17:12
kenvandineto get some output17:12
* gnomefreak waits for gwibber-daemon to give me something17:13
gnomefreakkenvandine: so far only WARNING:root:desktopcouch is not available. .  falling back to gconf17:13
kenvandineis it working?17:14
kenvandinedoes it start working and later fail?17:14
gnomefreakkenvandine: you mean the deamon/17:15
gnomefreakah here we go17:15
micahghi gnomefreak17:15
gnomefreakhi micahg17:15
micahgI was referring to Ubuntu source package when I was asking about fspot17:16
gnomefreakkenvandine: her eis output http://paste.ubuntu.com/265049/17:16
gnomefreakmicahg: oh ok17:16
kenvandineHTTPError: HTTP Error 502: Bad Gateway17:16
kenvandinegnomefreak, please file a bug with that info17:16
micahgI was just wondering whether to move it out of the thunderbird package for the request in Ubuntu17:16
kenvandinemake sure you reference your version number too17:16
kenvandineurllib is failing to talk to twitter17:17
thunderstrucksorry about that, ok going to file bug17:19
=== thunderstruck is now known as gnomefreak
gnomefreakok much better17:21
asac_fta: can you kickoff a new NM trunk round?17:25
gnomefreakkenvandine: bug 424433 if you need more info let me know17:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 424433 in gwibber "Gwibber wont let me do anything" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/42443317:28
kenvandinethx dude!17:28
gnomefreakkenvandine: np and thanks for the assist17:28
ftaasac_, sure, done17:35
asac_fta: rock!!17:36
asac_i dont like the new http://launchpad.net/builders17:37
ftame neither17:38
=== mac__v is now known as mac_v
asac_fta: did the "tip" bustage work out well in the end?18:26
asac_or will we see this again if they tag SM or something else?18:27
ftai didn't change anything18:27
asac_yeah next commit probably would have fixed the tip18:35
asac_so thats what probably happened18:35
=== asac_ is now known as asac
micahgasac: hi, did you see my conversation with rs last night in the mozilla developers channel about bug 411691?19:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 411691 in firefox "many Exception... "update.locale file doesn't exist" in console" [Unknown,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/41169119:20
asacmicahg: i saw that you discuseed something19:21
asacmicahg: thats tbird 3?19:21
asacfeels like the update feature is not properly disabled19:22
micahgit was a problem when --disable-updater is used like we do19:22
asacso upstream regression19:23
asacgood catch19:23
asacyou really see that in firefox too?19:23
asacor is it just mint that have that?19:23
micahgso he said we can either touch the file in the gre.d dir until it's fixed upstream ot comment out the app.udater preference19:23
micahgI see it in 3.5.219:23
micahgso, I can make the change/patch, just wondering which one you preferred?19:24
asaci am not sure what "comment out app.update" preference means19:24
micahgthe updater is currently tied into another component and he'll be removing it in trunk soon19:24
micahgremove it from the preference file before installing I think19:24
asacwhat is the impact of that issue?19:24
asacis it just noise in error console19:24
micahgjust an annoyance19:24
micahgdoesn't hurt anything19:24
asacthen lets not patch it19:24
micahgerrors on the console19:24
asacrather wait for upstream fix19:24
asacand ensure that it gets landed on 1.9.1 branch19:25
micahghe said the full aptch wouldn't land on 1.9.119:25
asaclets waiut for the patch first19:25
asacwe can milestone it so we dont forget19:25
asacin case they dont patch it in time for release19:25
micahgI just figured it would be a nice easy fi xfor karmic19:26
micahgok milestone for beta?19:26
asacat best RC19:26
asacor final19:26
asacbeta is soonish19:26
micahgRC or final?19:26
asacif RC is available use that19:26
micahgI don't see RC :)19:26
asacyeah so final19:26
asaci think they didnt add all steps19:26
asacfinal is supposed to be RC19:26
asacas nothing can be fixed after RC usually19:27
micahgshould I leave myself assigned to it?19:27
asacin that way we are less likely to forget19:27
micahgI had a crazy problem when building ff3.719:27
asachow so?19:27
micahgwhen I ran bzr bd, I get a firefox-3.7-firefox-3.7 dir now19:27
micahgthe first time it worked fine19:28
micahgmaybe I shoudl start with a fresh checkout19:28
asacbzr bd --merge?19:28
asacmicahg: feels like you have busted the version in changelog19:28
asacbzr diff debian/changelog19:28
asactopmost line19:28
micahgI did a bzr merge first to get updates that I was missing19:28
asacyou probably have moved from 3.7-.... to firefox-3.7-...19:28
asacby accident19:28
asacwhen copying the new snapshot version19:28
asacmicahg: no bzr bd --merge just means that it unpacks the orig and applies the bzr tree on top19:29
micahgI did  :)19:29
micahgnice catch19:29
asacmakes sense19:29
ftaasac, http://launchpadlibrarian.net/31318967/buildlog_ubuntu-jaunty-lpia.firefox-3.5_3.5.4~hg20090904r26332%2Bnobinonly-0ubuntu2~umd1~jaunty_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz19:29
micahgasac: I'm working on the firefxo real patch19:30
asacfta: thx for the reminder19:31
asacmaybe i can fix it for tomorrows build ... is more tricky for 1.9.1 branch as the whole nspr code parts are much more dirty than on 3.6/3.719:31
asachad to do NM stuff today19:32
asacmicahg: do you know what to do?19:33
micahgjsut ahd trouble getting it to build19:33
micahgI'll let you know how it goes19:34
asacnow it should work19:34
asacfirefox is a quick build19:34
asacbecause you dont need the full xul19:34
micahgwell, I'll have to check it over the weekend19:35
micahgneed to get some work done19:36
micahgoh, asac one more bug I wanted to ask you about19:36
micahgbug 41820319:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 418203 in firefox-3.5 ""Mozilla Firefox for Ubuntu canonical - 1.0" doesn't make sense" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/41820319:37
micahgshould the Version be 1.019:37
micahgit's in the distribution.ini file19:37
asaci dont know ;)19:37
asaci think its correct19:37
asacthe info is also used somewhere else19:37
asaclike in the url for extension update etc.19:38
asacwe were told to use that file19:38
asaci think its for metrics use19:38
asacbut i will check with moz19:38
asacmicahg: ok sent him a mail19:45
micahgthanks asac19:48
ftaasac, fta@cube:/data/bot/xulrunner-1.9.2.head $ bzr pull20:18
ftaUsing saved parent location: bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~mozillateam/xulrunner/xulrunner-1.9.2.head/20:18
ftabzr: ERROR: These branches have diverged. Use the missing command to see how.20:18
ftadid you uncommit something?20:19
asacfta: no20:19
asaci dont think i uncommitted anything20:19
asaci didnt touch that branch since yesterday20:19
asacfta: what is your latest commit?20:20
asacwhich revision and what is the comment?20:20
asacfta: you committed a new upstream release locally as it seems20:23
asacand forgot to push20:23
asacthats old20:23
asaci definitly didnt overwrite20:24
ftathe bot pulls & pushes everyday20:24
asaci dont do that anymore ;)20:24
ftai noticed the divergence in today's log20:24
ftabut it's older20:24
asacwhen did it start?20:24
asacare you sure that you pushed that release commit?20:25
asacdoes the bot do automatic release commits?20:25
ftathe 1st action is to make sure the packaging branch is in sync, so the bot checks for local uncommitted change (and abort, which is not so great), then push & pull20:28
asacfta: well. the bot uses merge to .daily afaik20:34
ftahmm, system zlib error: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/31321980/buildlog_ubuntu-karmic-i386.chromium-browser_4.0.207.0~svn20090904r25449-0ubuntu1~ucd2_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz20:34
asacfta: for me its a mystery. push the branch somewhere and i can rebase the .head branch on top of it20:34
ftaasac, i've overwritten mine, nm20:35
asacso no release?20:35
asacbzr rebase is _supposed_ to work well20:35
asacbut i think its still a mess ;)20:35
asacwould have loved to try20:35
fta!info zlib1g jaunty20:38
ubottuzlib1g (source: zlib): compression library - runtime. In component main, is required. Version 1: (jaunty), package size 73 kB, installed size 168 kB20:38
fta!info zlib1g karmic20:38
ubottuzlib1g (source: zlib): compression library - runtime. In component main, is required. Version 1: (karmic), package size 75 kB, installed size 168 kB20:38
ftashould really ship that minizip20:40
asac_fta: this minizip thing isnt even a lib in upstream tree20:49
asac_chromium just links the .o files that usually go into a binary20:49
ftaasac_, chromium just needs the .h iirc21:07
ftaasac, it only affects karmic, weird21:10
BUGabundoasac ping21:11
ftaasac, http://codereview.chromium.org/1660521:24
asac_so just add the files to zip and get that upstreamed :)21:47
asac_i mean to libzlib :)21:47
BUGabundoasac about those stupid dongles that force a disk drive21:47
asac_or whatever lib is shipped by our lib21:47
asac_BUGabundo: thats a different issue21:47
BUGabundoI've asked several users to report bugs21:47
asac_BUGabundo: karmic has a bunch of improvements for that21:47
BUGabundobut I don't think anyone opend one21:47
BUGabundoI don't have one of those stupid ones21:48
BUGabundoasac I got it was a diff prob21:48
asac_did those try karmic?21:48
BUGabundoI inicially though it was it, but then you made it clear21:48
BUGabundoasac nope, jaunty or older21:48
asac_thats not working21:48
asac_all the udev stuff that automatically does that isnt in jaunty or older iirc21:48
asac_but i think almo0st everything should work nowadays21:49
asac_otherwise i want bugs for sure21:49
BUGabundoso karmic should detect those devices and work ok, with NM/MM dectecting the modem ?21:49
BUGabundodoes the PPA version fix it ?21:49
BUGabundoI could ask for logs, running PPA21:49
BUGabundoasac on another topic21:51
asac_i think so21:51
asac_i need feedback21:51
BUGabundocan NM use my android as a 3,5 Modem ?21:51
BUGabundovia USB/wifi/BT on karmic?21:51
asac_most users probably dont run karmic yet even though it would be nice to get info now21:51
asac_when we can still fix things without rushing all the tiem21:51
BUGabundoI know21:52
asac_BUGabundo: i dont have an android21:52
asac_let me know if it worked21:52
BUGabundoI keep telling ppl to run a livecd/ubb21:52
asac_try usb first21:52
BUGabundoits connected via usb now21:52
BUGabundoI can run anything you want me too21:52
asac_you probably have to first configure android phone21:52
asac_to be a modem21:52
asac_have you found that setting?21:53
BUGabundooh and before we go into it: when can we have those improvements on MM with signal strenthg and etc? its not on trunk yet21:53
BUGabundoasac I'll look on the foruns how to do it, I have no idea on how to set it as a modem21:53
asacBUGabundo: let me know if you find something about android as modem21:58
asacBUGabundo: the signal strength etc. is coming21:58
asacdefinitly for karmic21:59
asacwe have a few more applet changes in the pipeline21:59
BUGabundoasaci was hopping MM did some _black_ magic and figured it has a modem there21:59
BUGabundoit would be awesome21:59
asacwell. if androis is not configured to be a modem then there is no modem21:59
ftaGet:9 http://archive.ubuntu.com karmic/main zlib1g 1: [77.3kB]21:59
ftathere's an update :S21:59
asacsimilar to phones that have are not setup as modems21:59
* BUGabundo goes searching forums22:00
BUGabundoasac i got this http://code.google.com/p/android-wifi-tether/ for wifi and bt22:01
BUGabundono usb so far22:01
ftanot sure how that will work though, whitelist?22:29
micahgfta: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?query_format=specific&order=relevance+desc&bug_status=__open__&id=51248322:39
micahgor rather mozilla bug 51248322:39
ubottuMozilla bug 512483 in www.mozilla.com "add check for out of date flash to /firefox/3.5.3/whatsnew/index.html" [Normal,Verified: fixed] http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=51248322:40
micahgfta: it seems like the code is on the what's new page22:41
BUGabundofta didn't chromium now come with flash enabled?22:47
ftaif you have --enable-plugins, yes22:47
ftaextensions are enabled by default, not plugins22:48
BUGabundowhat extentions are there?22:49
BUGabundoI need to open a bug to allow ctrl+q close chromium/me22:50
BUGabundothe following plugin crashed22:51
BUGabundodamn flash22:51
ftactrl+q was closing before, people complained it was too easy23:09
ftanow it's shift+ctrl+q like the gnome terminal :(23:09
BUGabundowell I've had it happen on FF tooo many times23:11
BUGabundowhile trying ctrl+w23:12

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