micahgjdstrand: I asked chrisccoulson to be in touch with you as I will be offline for a couple days00:40
[reed]asac / jdstrand / fta: don't forget releases tomorrow02:52
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asacchrisccoulson: so nss is still fine ;)?12:48
asacchrisccoulson: firefox 3.5 and 3.0 security updates go out today12:48
asacare they prepared?12:48
asacxulrunner-1.9 and xulrunner-1.9.112:48
chrisccoulsonasac - nss seems to be working fine12:49
chrisccoulsonwill you have a chance to upload that? (along with nspr and xulrunner-1.9.2) ;)12:49
chrisccoulsoni can upload firefox 3.6.2....12:49
chrisccoulsonbut i can't do the others12:50
asacchrisccoulson: you can upload firefox 3.6.2?12:50
asachow is that?12:50
asaci dont think its in the desktop package set12:50
asacbut yes, will upload nss/nspr now12:52
jdstrandasac, chrisccoulson: ff USNs: 920-1 921-112:53
asacjdstrand: thanks12:53
jdstrandasac: micah told me that 3.5 got a new nss. will karmic be getting a new system nss? is it security related?12:53
chrisccoulsonasac - "== All uploaders for package 'firefox' =="12:54
chrisccoulsonArchive Upload Rights for ubuntu-desktop: package set 'ubuntu-desktop' in lucid12:54
chrisccoulsonso, i'm not sure if that's a mistake or not ;)12:54
chrisccoulsonbut it looks like i can upload that12:54
chrisccoulsoni will look at these other security updates today too12:54
asacchrisccoulson: its a mistake12:55
asacbut i dont care12:55
chrisccoulsonthat's ok, i don't mind being able to upload it ;)12:55
asacwell i care because i get busted if someone uploads it12:55
chrisccoulsonit's only seeded in ubuntu isn't it?12:55
asacits a trademark issue thing12:56
asacnoone really understands the processes from the desktop team12:56
asacand if they start sponsoring patches etc. all goes crazy12:56
asacchrisccoulson: we got permission to add the cairo patch12:57
chrisccoulsonasac - excellent12:57
chrisccoulsonit's working fine now btw12:57
chrisccoulsoni've got beautiful fonts here now ;)12:57
jdstrandasac, chrisccoulson: is karmic getting a new libnss for a security update? it needs a USN if it is12:57
asaci havent checked if it does12:58
asacchrisccoulson: please add it to the branch. let me add you to the mt now12:58
asacchrisccoulson: but really. dont add patches ;)12:58
chrisccoulsonyeah, no worries12:59
chrisccoulsonthe current branch is tagged for 3.6.2-0ubuntu1 atm isn't it?12:59
jdstrandasac, chrisccoulson: ok, for karmic/libnss, the USN doesn't need to be preassigned if we are doing that, however, if it is not going to be preassigned then please add the CVE id to the changelog12:59
asacchrisccoulson: where did you get the ""== All uploaders for package 'firefox' ==""13:01
chrisccoulsonasac - "edit_acl.py -s firefox query"13:01
chrisccoulson(from ubuntu-archive-tools)13:01
asacjust checked. its a bug13:02
asacbut cant be fixed in lucid13:02
chrisccoulsonasac - cjwatson is normally the person to speak to about those issues13:02
asacchrisccoulson: checked with him13:03
asacits a bug13:03
asacwill be fixed in lucid+113:03
chrisccoulsoncool, thanks13:04
chrisccoulsonand hopefully i will be able to upload to main by then anyway ;)13:04
asacchrisccoulson: added you to mt13:04
asacplease take extra care about what you do ;)13:05
asacnever change changelogs from the past etc.13:05
asace.g. because lintian complains etc.13:05
chrisccoulsonyeah, no worries. thanks13:05
asacand when adding patches we need to get permission ;)13:05
asacchrisccoulson: ok so focus on 3.0/3.5/1.9/1.9.1 security updates13:06
asacchrisccoulson: i will add you to ubuntu-mozilla-security13:06
asacchrisccoulson: please check if we need new nss for 1.9/1.9.1 too13:06
asacas jdstrand said13:06
chrisccoulsonyeah, will do13:06
asacchrisccoulson: let me paste you the dput configs13:07
asacbecause we need to upload with -security13:07
asacoh i already gave those, right?13:07
chrisccoulsoni think so, but i would have to find them again13:07
asacthose are they13:08
asacbe careful that you dont push stuff for X-security to >X13:08
asacthat will cause bad problems with versioning ;)13:08
asacchrisccoulson: can you check if we need new nss for security updates?13:14
asacthen i would like to add the USN/CVE to the lucid changelog too13:14
asacnspr uploaded13:14
asacwaiting now on that before i push nss13:14
Dimmuxxoh so 3.6.2 in lucid will have proper fonts?13:15
asaconly half13:16
Dimmuxxwhy only half?13:17
chrisccoulsonasac - it looks like they all need the latest nss at least for 1.9.1 / 3.5.913:19
chrisccoulsonsorry, i meant we need the latest for at least 1.9.2 / 3.5.913:19
chrisccoulsoni'm just checking 3.0.19 too13:20
chrisccoulsonso, you can probably add the USN to the lucid changelog13:20
asacjdstrand: so you want the USN for nss or the CVE?13:23
asacwhich CVE is it? (if you have it at hand)13:23
asacthe CVE is probably mentiond in the 3.5. upstream adivsory anyway13:23
jdstrandasac: I don't have it. I don't have any info on nss. I'm going purely on what micahg said (that ff35 gets an updated nss)13:24
jdstrandasac: as such, *if* libnss is getting updated *and* it is for a security update, then just add the CVE to the changelog13:25
jdstrandasac: I can then assign a USN later13:25
jdstrandasac: otherwise, no USN13:25
jdstrand(though it'll go through -security still, obviously)13:25
kenvandineBUGabundo_remote, hey... gwibber is much faster now and should be easier on your CPU13:43
kenvandineBUGabundo_remote, with desktopcouch 0.6.3-0ubuntu2 that i uploaded last night13:43
kenvandinegwibber-service starts in 0.8s for me now... down from 9s13:43
BUGabundo_remotekenvandine: let me update and run trunk13:48
BUGabundo_remoteI was about to give about on gwibber13:48
kenvandinejust use the package :)13:48
BUGabundo_remoteeveryime I use it my CPU goes 100% and stays there13:48
BUGabundo_remoteand yes, start is much faster now13:48
BUGabundo_remoteI noticed that13:48
kenvandineon my netbook, the client and service starts in 3s total13:49
kenvandineeven without desktopcouch running13:49
kenvandinedown from 22s13:49
BUGabundo_remoteI tried to use cpulimit on the process13:49
kenvandineon my laptop it went from 11s down to 1.2s13:50
BUGabundo_remotebut it keeps spawning gwibber-services13:50
kenvandinefor both client and service13:50
kenvandinewell it should do that13:50
kenvandineit is threaded13:50
kenvandinethere is another bug... if you are running trunk, did you run gwibber-accounts from trunk?13:50
BUGabundo_remotehow do I restart (or just kill) desktopcouch ?13:50
kenvandinekillall beam.smp desktopcouch-service13:50
BUGabundo_remotegwibber-accounts ??13:50
BUGabundo_remotethat's the 1st tiem I hear that13:51
kenvandinethat is the accounts UI13:51
kenvandineif you run that from trunk and save any accounts it moves you passwds into the keyring13:51
BUGabundo_remoteNow on revision 698.13:51
kenvandinethere is a nasty keyring bug now13:51
kenvandinewhich is pegging the CPU13:51
BUGabundo_remoteI've read about it on #-bugs13:51
kenvandineaffecting gvfs, gwibber, desktopcouch and i think ubuntuone13:51
BUGabundo_remoteso I better not run trunk ?13:51
kenvandineprobably many others too13:51
kenvandinewell... trunk is fine as long as you don't save your accounts :)13:52
BUGabundo_remotestarting trunk NOW13:52
kenvandinethis keyring bug is bad... gotta be a high priority13:52
BUGabundo_remote2.5 sec13:53
BUGabundo_remotepressed the wrong button13:54
BUGabundo_remote5922   0.68s   1.21s     0K     0K     0K     0K  --   - R  94% gwibber-servic13:55
BUGabundo_remotelots of CPU13:55
BUGabundo_remoteand it aint even syncing13:56
ChrissssHello, i've got a short question. Will https://launchpad.net/~mozillateam/+archive/firefox-stable be updates with Firefox 3.6.2?13:58
Chrissssand if yes, do you have a schedule for this?13:58
ChrissssOk, found the answer :) https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-mozillateam/2010-March/001095.html14:05
asacchrisccoulson: have a nss tarball?14:16
chrisccoulsonasac - ftp://anonymous@ftp.mozilla.org/pub/security/nss/releases/NSS_3_12_6_RTM/src14:17
asacchrisccoulson: odd14:18
asaci didnt find it there ;)14:18
chrisccoulsoni couldn't find it when i accessed it through the http: URL14:18
asacoh its really there ;)14:19
asacits there too ;)14:19
asacprobably was a time delay14:19
chrisccoulsonyeah, i think so. when i initially started it, i couldn't see 3.12.6 either14:19
asacmight also be a mirroring thing14:20
asaci am sure i didnt see it a just an hour ago14:21
gnomefreakdoes anyone know how to change/get a splash screen in Lucid. i cant find where to enable it14:28
asacchrisccoulson: nss uploaded. once all nspr/nss have biuld on all archs we can release ffox 3.6.214:29
chrisccoulsonasac - excellent, thanks!14:30
asacchrisccoulson: do you have a identi.ca account? or twitter?14:30
chrisccoulsonasac - i have an identi.ca account, but i've never used it ;)14:31
chrisccoulsonand i only have a single follower ;)14:31
asacchrisccoulson: same name as in nick here?14:31
chrisccoulsonit is14:31
asaci will mention you ;) ... you will get a few followers then i think;)14:31
chrisccoulsoni just got notified via gwibber14:33
gnomefreakok this is pissing me off14:37
gnomefreakasac: any chance on getting 3.6 < Lucid14:39
fta2asac, do you know what's preventing the codecs from being processed from the NEW queue ?14:40
fta2chrisccoulson, congrats :)14:44
chrisccoulsonhey fta2, thanks :)14:46
asacgnomefreak: yes, sooner or later thats going to happen14:54
asacfta: is a FFe bug there?14:54
asaci can ask riddell then14:54
asacfta: gimme the bug id14:54
gnomefreakasac: ok cool14:58
fta2bug 51377615:04
ubottuLaunchpad bug 513776 in chromium-browser "Unavailable dependency: chromium-browser recommends chromium-codecs-ffmpeg which is unavailable" [Wishlist,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51377615:04
fta2bug 53761715:04
ubottuLaunchpad bug 537617 in chromium-browser "[FFe] chromium-codecs-ffmpeg for lucid" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53761715:04
fta2asac, ^^15:04
asacfta2: was it approved (http proxy is going mad here)15:07
fta2asac, approved? what do you mean?15:08
asacfta2: FFe approved?15:09
asacnevermind ... finally opened and stefan said it was ok15:10
asac16:10 < Riddell> asac: what do i need to do?15:12
asac16:11 < asac> Riddell: archive admin ;)15:12
asac16:12 < asac> NEWing basically15:12
asac16:12 < Riddell> right, will do15:12
asac16:12 < asac> coool15:12
asacfta2: ^^15:12
eagles0513875hi asac :) hope all is well15:56
asaceagles0513875: hi15:57
eagles0513875asac: got a question for ya whats gonna be done about the npbinviewer of flash and it crashing?15:58
asaceagles0513875: chrisccoulson might want to check if there is new stuff upstream15:59
eagles0513875asac: reason im asking is im following that bug someone said that the 64bit alpha works just fine and would remedy the situation of teh crash of the wrapped version15:59
asacnext to the 100 other things he has on his list ;)15:59
asacno ...64bit isnt going to fly15:59
asacsimply because there is no security support16:00
eagles0513875why is that though16:00
asace.g. and they skipped an important update16:00
asacso there is even an incident that proofs not pushing that was right16:00
asacwith some luck we will be able to get it before lucid as final16:00
* gnomefreak adds git to learn after learning a text email 16:00
asacor after. not sure if we will migrate nspluginwrapper users there when they release after lucid16:01
* eagles0513875 needs to do the same16:01
asacbut that might be anoptions16:01
eagles0513875flash is a mess16:01
asacoh yes.16:01
eagles0513875even on windows16:01
eagles0513875firefox on windows for some reason if you have alot of tabs open with flash it doesnt know how to handle them very well and crashes16:01
gnomefreaki had a page on mutt but dont recall what i did with it16:03
gnomefreakflash 64 needs to get into archives im tired of answering i dont know if it will make it in16:03
eagles0513875thats what i was asking as well16:04
eagles0513875gnomefreak: it seems to be the solution to nsplugin crashing as im following a bug on lp about it16:04
gnomefreakproblem is 64bit is having alot of issues last i heard16:05
eagles0513875asac:  mentioned something about security16:06
gnomefreakflash == piece of crap IMHO16:07
gnomefreakit will never bee worth a thing for Linux16:07
gnomefreakmissing basic support16:07
gnomefreaklibnspr4-0d :)16:09
gnomefreaknss still not here i dont think16:09
gnomefreaknope its not16:10
BUGabundo_remotekenvandine: both trunk and daily ppa use an entire CPU on idle :(16:13
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rippsIs chromium-browser from the dev ppa gonna see the internal flash plugin?20:09
ftait should20:18
fta\o/ https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/lucid/+source/chromium-codecs-ffmpeg/0.5+svn20100326r42726+42573+42890-0ubuntu121:05
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rippsis the nonfree codecs gonna be put in the restriced/multiverse repos?21:22
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ftagood question. i've renamed -nonfree to -extra (per upstream request) and they claim this whole debate does not concern users watching videos but publishers21:30
ftaso it may not be an issue at all to ship just the full thing in universe/main21:31
BUGabundo_WCyou mean main could actually include close codecs??21:33
mahfouz_WC means watercooler?21:35
ftai don't know, i will let the archive admins decide once the binaries are built and re-enter the NEW queue21:52
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BUGabundo_sofamahfouz: bathroom22:13

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