natureshadowwahoo, can someone re-implement to count scores as I close three crash reports per secons :D ?12:54
cactaurHey, I was wondering if anyone else had this problem with Alpha 5. I've been trying to use a CD, but every time I check the disc, it says that there's an error in a file. However, I checked the md5 sum for the iso: it works out, and I burned it three times, including using the slowest speed on my burner. I still get an error on my disc, so I'm wondering if this could be a bug with the integrity program, or there's just16:22
ImportantGuySo I was thinking of formatting this netbook to try out the alpha with that suave looking remix interface but figured I should report bugs while I'm at it. Never done this before.16:52
ImportantGuyI'm probably in the wrong mindset, but I figured if I could help report at least one bug I'd feel worth it.16:53
cactaurImportantGuy: You should do it. Have you read this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs16:57
ImportantGuyAm reading16:58
ImportantGuyAlso it says "Next Ubuntu Testing Day, Monday June 22nd 2009" near the top of the testing page17:01
ImportantGuyWhich was months ago17:01
cactaurImportantGuy: Yeah, apparently the wiki is a bit behind.17:01
ImportantGuyOh yes when is the next day and also where can I find the latest 9.10 release17:07
ImportantGuyor in general latest build17:07
cactaurUmm... I don't know the next day.17:09
cactaurBut the latest release is Alpha5.17:10
cactaurThere's a schedule right here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KarmicReleaseSchedule17:12
cactaurIf you click Alpha5, it'll take you right to the download page.17:14
metalf8801is there a specific place where I need to report bugs for Ubuntu 9.10 Alpha 5?18:35
davmor2metalf8801: what do you want to report?19:06
metalf8801a bug in Empathy that won't let my add yahoo accounts19:07
davmor2metalf8801: just drop into terminal and type ubuntu-bug empathy and add your description of what your are trying to do.  So devs and triagers can resolve the issue19:09
metalf8801davmor2: ok yeah that's what I thought I should do but I wasn't sure thanks19:10
davmor2metalf8801: no probs19:10
natureshadowbtw, what does the process of "triaging" involve, or, when is a bug marked as "triaged"?19:17
metalf8801I'm trying to learn how to write good bug reports so I was hoping someone could take a look at the bug report I just posted on launchpad and give me feed back?19:39
metalf8801here's a link to it https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/empathy/+bug/42494019:40
ubot4Launchpad bug 424940 in empathy "Empathy on Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala cannot add a yahoo account " [Undecided,New]19:40
natureshadowmetalf8801: looks ok to me19:40
metalf8801thank you19:41
metalf8801it was a simple bug19:41
davmor2natureshadow: triaging is making sure that there is a/ enough information to initial confirm the bug.  b/ deciding who should best fix the bug. c/ sending a bug report upstream or to the packaging teams. d/ getting it to the canonical/ubuntu team responsible for the package etc etc etc19:56
davmor2natureshadow: once that is done the bug will get tagged as triaged19:56
natureshadowdavmor2: Is this done by devs or by users?19:57

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