BUGabundo my friends, hope to see you back in a week00:07
BUGabundogonna try to enjoy a full week without you all :D00:07
micahgBUGabundo: enjoy :)00:08
ddecatorwow, i think i figured the failure out..02:28
ddecatoryup, looks like it02:29
ddecatorah, but a new failure, this is fun02:29
ddecatoralright, trying a possible fix, gonna take care of some chores while it builds, bbl02:37
ddecatorok, i have no idea where to look for this one. micahg, you able to help me at all?03:57
micahgddecator: sure03:57
ddecatoralright, i have the full log, not sure how much we'll need in order to figure out where the error is occurring. let me pastebin some of it03:58
micahgddecator: first, what is this?03:58
ddecatormicahg: a new songbird failure. the first one was due to their scripts now pointing to xulrunner-1.9.2 and mozilla-1.9.2 directories when they used to point to just xulrunner and mozilla. now i have no idea what is failing. i'm guessing we'll need to look at more than this, but here's the last part: http://paste.ubuntu.com/449925/04:00
micahgddecator: seems like that function doesn't exist04:01
micahgthat's not right04:02
micahgthe function prototype doesn't match04:02
ddecatorwhich means?04:03
micahgddecator: well, the wrong type of variable is being passed to the function04:03
micahgddecator: first see if the code is from a patch or from upstream04:03
ddecatormicahg: for what file?04:03
ddecatori don't see any debian/patches that make any changes to it04:07
micahgddecator: k04:07
micahgddecator: make a patch that changes token in line 546 to static_cast<const PRUnichar*>(token)04:10
ddecatormicahg: instead of rv = atomService->GetAtom(token, getter_AddRefs(atom)) ?04:12
micahgddecator: replace token in that line with what I gave you04:12
ddecatormicahg: oooooooh, gotcha. alright, i'll try that. thanks!04:13
micahgbdrung_: can you take a look at my developer app https://wiki.ubuntu.com/micahg/MozillaUploaderApp you sponsored bug 530660 and bug  56278904:24
ubot4Launchpad bug 530660 in pidgin-microblog (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "[FFe] Replace pidgin-mbpurple with pidgin-microblog (was: package pidgin-microblog (not installed) failed to install/upgrade: trying to overwrite '/usr/lib/purple-2/liboldtwitter.so', which is also in package pidgin-mbpurple 0:0.2.4-0ubuntu1) (affects: 2) (heat: 35)" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53066004:24
ubot4Launchpad bug 562789 in gnome-python-extras (Ubuntu) "No source change rebuild to pick up xulrunner-1.9.2 for ia64 (affects: 1) (heat: 52)" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56278904:24
micahgddecator: did the build get any further?04:51
ddecatormicahg: not sure yet, it just got down with xul-build.stamp, so it shouldn't take much longer to find out04:51
ddecatormicahg: nope..04:55
ddecatorthe first error mentions a sbLocalDatabaseTreeView.o which doesn't exist anywhere..05:01
micahgddecator: that's what it's compiled into I think05:02
micahgsame error?05:03
ddecatorah, gotcha05:03
ddecatormicahg: yah, same error05:05
micahgddecator: could be the other variable is the wrong type as well05:05
micahgddecator: my guess is that'll get fixed tomorrow upstream05:08
ddecatormicahg: haha, alright, i'm getting too tired to keep working on this anyway. i'll pull the latest build tomorrow, see if that first patch is still needed, then try again. if it still doesn't work, i'll ask the devs05:09
ddecatormicahg: thanks for the help05:09
micahgddecator: k, np05:10
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eagles0513875hey guys anyone having issues with 3.6.3 and sound?08:25
fta2anyone using chromium from universe ? or from the stable or beta ppa (but not dev or daily)08:28
fta2n-m, found the problem09:11
fta2bug 58495909:16
ubot4Launchpad bug 584959 in gtk+2.0 (Ubuntu) (and 2 other projects) "flashplugin crashes in chromium with RGBA enabled (affects: 9) (dups: 1) (heat: 58)" [Low,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/58495909:16
al-maisana friend is looking for xulrunner-1.9.0 for lucid .. do you know of a ppa with such a package by any chance?10:14
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ubot4Information about using and setting your computer's clock on Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuTime - See https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/C/NTP.html for information on usage of the Network Time Protocol (NTP)12:48
ubot4Factoid 'now' not found12:48
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - are we still planning to roll out 3.5.10 to karmic if we haven't finished the 3.6.4 migration in time (ie, when 3.6.4 is released)?13:13
chrisccoulsoni'd like to get 3.6.4 in to the PPA for karmic now really13:14
chrisccoulsonbut that would supersede the 3.5.10 update already in there13:14
jdstrandchrisccoulson: only if there is a dire need to. based on previous conversations, I thought that was not the case13:15
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - ok, i will upload 3.6.4 for karmic this afternoon then once i've given it a bit more testing13:15
jdstrandchrisccoulson: do we still have basically no idea when 3.6.4 will be released?13:15
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - i don't think the release is that far away now13:16
jdstrandchrisccoulson: I say try to get karmic and jaunty going like you are. when upstream releases, we'll evaluate the severity of the vulnerabilities and make a decision to publish all 4 at once or just the ones that are ready13:17
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - ok, no worries13:18
jdstrandchrisccoulson: hopefully, all the work that was done on hardy will help illuminate the issues for jaunty and karmic, so they will go faster13:18
jdstrandI know that is the case with my testing anyway13:18
chrisccoulsonyeah, i don't expect there to be as many issues with karmic and jaunty13:18
chrisccoulsoni know where to expect all the problems now ;)13:18
chrisccoulsoni'm hoping to have most of karmic done today13:19
chrisccoulsonthere's not much urgency for porting xulrunner rdepends in karmic, as 1.9.1 is still supported13:20
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - i'm just looking at the changes that have come from lucid in my karmic packaging branch, and one of the additions is a build-depend on hardening-wrapper. do we want this change in karmic?14:19
jdstrandchrisccoulson: possibly. I recommend you talk to kees though (that is his addition)14:19
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - ok, will do. i dropped the change in hardy, as it's not in main there14:20
jdstrandit is desired for karmic, I just don't know if it is appropriate or the right way to do it there14:20
chrisccoulsonwhat time zone is kees in? he's listed as away in IRC atm14:20
jdstrandhe should be online in a few hours14:21
chrisccoulsonah, ok. thanks14:21
chrisccoulsoni'll keep the change for now then14:21
jdstrandchrisccoulson: that said, you might privmsg him since he may not be working yet but online to answer that queston14:22
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jdstrandchrisccoulson: do you know the status of micahg's work on midbrowser for hardy?16:08
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - not yet16:11
chrisccoulson(3.6.4 for karmic is in the PPA now btw. i'll do the langpacks this afternoon too)16:12
jdstrandchrisccoulson: are you/ara planning to use the qa tracker for karmic and jaunty?16:14
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - yeah, i think that's the plan16:14
jdstrandchrisccoulson: cool. is that all the karmic bits or just ff?16:15
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - just ff and ubufox so far16:15
chrisccoulson(and xulrunner-1.9.2, but nothing is using that yet)16:15
jdstrandchrisccoulson: k. would you mind pinging me when all/most of it is in there?16:15
chrisccoulsoni'm working on the langpacks now, and then the extensions16:16
chrisccoulsonyeah, i can do that16:16
jdstrandgreat, thanks :)16:16
jdstrandthe ppa is kinda big these days, and it is hard to notice new stuff :)16:16
chrisccoulsonyeah, there's a lot of packages in there now16:17
chrisccoulsonand i'm just about to upload 400 more ;)16:17
jdstrandhehe, yeah :)16:17
jdstrandI had to write a script to deal with the thing16:17
ftaasac, \o/  http://sarvatt.com/xorg-edgers/16:18
ftajdstrand, which ppa?16:23
ftamaybe my dashboard could help..16:25
asacfta: cool ... so your dashboard already diffused into the commodity market ;)16:28
asacensure you are getting credits16:28
ftathere's a tiny sig at the bottom16:28
asacadd a "Author" info or something to the footer16:28
asacah there it is16:28
asacthtas good enough16:28
asacfta: http://identi.ca/notice/3635511216:30
jdstrandfta: ubuntu-mozilla-security16:30
jdstrandfta: it is a one time thing for the firefox major version upgrade for hardy-karmic16:31
ftajdstrand, http://people.ubuntu.com/~fta/ppa-dashboard/ubuntu-mozilla-security--ppa.html16:31
asacwhat is ?16:32
jdstrandfta: thanks16:32
* jdstrand makes note of that16:32
asacfta: you could also mark packages not updated for lets say 90 days by using a light grey background color16:32
micahgasac: chrisccoulson: can you look at my developer app please: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/micahg/MozillaUploaderApp16:32
asacfta: that way you can use that dashboard to also keep your ppa unrotten16:33
ftaasac, i plan to cache the data so i can update faster, and possible make filters16:33
jdstrandmicahg: hey, what is the status of midbrowser?16:33
asacwhere is that still?16:34
micahgasac: hardy/jaunty16:34
ftaasac, i wonder if it's possible to do ajax on people.u.c.. or cgis16:34
chrisccoulsonmicahg - yeah, will look at that later when i get a bit of free time16:34
micahgjdstrand: almost done w/kazekhase, so haven't gotten to it yet16:34
micahgchrisccoulson: no rush :)16:34
asacfta: i doubt it. james freaked out when he found out that someone enabled that even when that was canonical exclusive club16:35
* jdstrand nods16:35
asac but they couldnt disable because there were serious servives running ... and made a huge effort moving all services off16:35
asacso i dont think its even allowed on .canonical.com anymore16:35
asacpeople.canonical.com that is16:36
ftatoo bad, would have been cool to never have to reload16:36
ftajdstrand, just added the repositories in the u-m-s dashboard. does it help? it's much bigger so if it's not useful, i'll remove it16:43
rippsI want to try and debug something that's been crashing my tabs. Is there a technique to capture errors that crash individual tabs instead of all of chromium?16:58
jdstrandfta: I think it is useful that way. thanks16:58
gnomefreakthere should be a debug command if not maybe run it in term and see what output you get17:03
ftaripps, http://code.google.com/p/chromium/wiki/LinuxDebugging (bis)17:05
gnomefreakare ebooks PDF?17:07
micahggnomefreak: they can be17:09
gnomefreakmicahg: thanks17:09
ftamost are epub17:09
ftai use lrf17:10
ftai hate that thing dumping "lo: Disabled Privacy Extensions" in my dmesg17:17
ftajdstrand, ^^ any idea what's doing that?17:17
gnomefreaki think 1.9.3a6 is going to be b1 instead but right now it is labled as a617:19
gnomefreakat least that is what i gather from the emails17:20
micahggnomefreak: yes17:20
micahggnomefreak: more likekly is 2.0.0b117:20
* gnomefreak confused as to if they will change to b1 after it is posted like it is17:20
gnomefreakim just going on what the mailing list says17:20
gnomefreaki saved it so i can go over it again17:22
gnomefreakReport a Broken Website is being removed17:23
gnomefreakfrom Ff and SM17:24
micahgprobably because it's usually the website's fault at this point, not FF17:25
gnomefreaktrue. i will read it more when i have time, but it did say there is/maybe an extension17:31
gnomefreak2037 emails to go but no to day17:39
ftamicahg, didn't you say that you would add the dummy timeout package? or did i dream it?17:50
gnomefreakfta: do you know if mozilla-dev* still uses med-xpi-pack package.upstream package.xpi and med-xpi-unpack package.xpi package.upstream for extensions?17:56
nxvlchrisccoulson: ping17:57
nxvlchrisccoulson: did you know how can i write a transitional package for replacing firefox-3.0 with abrowser in hardy17:57
nxvlchrisccoulson: we maintain a delta that is basically change firefox branding to generic "Web Browser", which is essentially what abrowser does17:58
chrisccoulsonnxvl - so, you want the 3.6.4 upgrade to pull in the abrowser branding by default?17:59
nxvlchrisccoulson: yup18:00
nxvlchrisccoulson: i want to dump my delta and use abrowser instead18:00
chrisccoulsonnxvl - so, currently you pull in the firefox package by default, which is just a meta-package pulling in firefox-3.0?18:02
chrisccoulsonif that's the case, you could just swap the "firefox-branding | abrowser-branding" dependency18:02
nxvlwe wrote a patch, that basically build firefox using generic branding if netbook was present in the version number18:02
nxvlremember, this is hardy18:02
nxvlfrom jaunty and after we just used abrowser18:03
chrisccoulsonah, ok. yeah, i think if you just swap that dependency around in the 3.6.4 packaging, it should pull in abrowser-branding during the upgrade, rather than the official branding18:03
nxvlok, will try that, thanks18:03
chrisccoulsontbh, i wasn't sure whether to backport the abrowser changes when i did the update, but it seems like it might help you a little, which is good18:05
nxvloh, it helps me A LOT18:06
nxvlthanks for doing it18:06
nxvlonly question i've, does abwroser use .mozilla/firefox as the default dir aswell?18:06
chrisccoulsonyeah, it should do (although I never tested that actually)18:08
chrisccoulsoni'm pretty sure it does though18:08
nxvlgreat then18:09
gnomefreakchrisccoulson: do you know if mozilla-dev* still uses med-xpi-pack package.upstream package.xpi and med-xpi-unpack package.xpi package.upstream for extensions?18:10
chrisccoulsongnomefreak, i don't think so18:12
chrisccoulsonoh, it uses xpi-pack, which might be the same thing ;)18:12
gnomefreakchrisccoulson: thznkx if i cant get it working ill work on it18:14
gnomefreakthanks even18:14
gnomefreakill be back in a  few18:16
jdstrandfta: sorry, not otoh18:51
ddecatorgood deal, WebM audio works properly in FF now19:36
micahgeagles0513875: what issues were you having w/audio19:36
eagles0513875micahg: me being an idiot for some reason the audio to my headphones was turned down19:37
eagles0513875all is well19:37
micahgeagles0513875: ah, good19:37
ftamicahg, <fta> micahg, didn't you say that you would add the dummy timeout package? or did i dream it?19:40
micahgfta: I said I would after Debian does their thing19:40
ftai still need to unbreak ch beta/stable19:40
micahgI guess I can do it locally anyways and just do a merge with Debian when they drop it19:41
micahgactually, that's pretty unnecessary19:41
micahgfta: k, will try to do tonight, don't know if I'll be able to get a sponsor tonight though19:41
micahgfta: do you want to sponsor for me in the morning?19:42
ftamicahg, i'd love to but i can't, coreutils is in main19:43
micahgfta: no, timeout transitional package will be in tct (universe)19:43
ftahm, no, it must be in coreutils19:44
micahgfta: no, the timeout package will pull in coreutils19:44
ftacoreutils is the package conflicting with timeout, so it has to do it properly, ie provide a dummy with a higher version19:45
ftafortunately, coreutils is already higher19:45
micahgfta: for maverick upload, you'll need to change timeout to coreutils when chromium is promoted to main, but this will work for the backport19:45
micahgfta: no, you'll be able to depend on timeout in .head and it'll pull in coreutils19:45
micahgin maverick at least19:46
ftamicahg, i plan to drop the testsuite (hence the need for timeout) in the next upload19:46
gnomefreakchromium is going to be moved to main?19:46
micahggnomefreak: for maverick (default browser in UNE)19:46
ftabut in the meantime, i need to unbreak the builds19:46
micahgfta: yes, the timeout transitional package will acoomplish that19:46
micahgfta: you can drop the or and just depend on timeout19:47
gnomefreakmicahg: ah19:47
ftai'm sure jdstrand will hate me for dropping the testsuite though :P19:47
ftamicahg, yep, that's the plan. once the dummy is there, i'll return to just build-dep on timeout for the same of the backports until i'm able to kill the testsuite everywhere19:48
micahgfta: k, so can you sponsor in the morning :)?19:48
ftawell, i still think the dummy has to be in the coreutils src package19:49
micahgfta: no, it's not necessary for it to be there19:49
micahgfta: all it will do is depend on coreutils19:50
ftawell, ok then19:50
micahgand since chromium is in universe still, it's ok :)19:51
micahgnxvl: are the package versions with belmont in them yours?20:10
gnomefreaksomething is leaking :(20:12
nxvlmicahg: yup20:16
micahgnxvl: that's good to know, I usually marked them as unsupported since they're not from the official repos20:17
nxvlmicahg: all that starts with netbookX is mine20:18
nxvlmicahg: usually belmont ones is netbook0belmontX, and so on20:18
nxvlmicahg: but as a general rule, netbook means oems20:18
micahgnxvl: yeah, that's good to know, are we expected to support bugs from those?20:19
nxvlmicahg: mm, kind of, yes, those are the oem-specific packages, meaning, for example all dell mini's that came pre-loaded with ubuntu20:19
nxvlmicahg: we usually introduce some minor changes, like adding yahoo bar, changin A Web Browser for simply Web Browser20:20
micahgnxvl: k, I'll bring it up with the bug squad team so that they're not erroneously marked as unsupported20:20
nxvlmicahg: we don't touch much the package, just make it fit the small screens and branding stuff20:20
nxvlmicahg: perfect, if you have any doubts i can check anything you need20:20
micahgnxvl: would it be possible to write up a triage escalation procedure for OEM stuff?20:21
micahgnxvl: in case we can't change something in Ubuntu or upstream won't fix, what do we do w/the bug20:21
nxvlmicahg: mmm, let me bring that up in the next meeting to come up with something20:22
micahgnxvl: that would be great, then we can get it in the bugsquad documentation and I can bring it up in our meeting on July 1120:22
nxvlmicahg: that's 13 July, isn't it?20:47
micahgnxvl: yes20:47
nxvlok, great20:47
bdrungmicahg: are you active in debian, too?21:57
micahgbdrung: I'd like to be, not there yet22:13
micahgI'm going to try to reduce the deltas in the package set if I have time this cycle22:14
ftachrisccoulson, asac, i'm about to commit something to compress & link the copyright file in chromium in order to gain some space on the CD. i guess it's against the debian policy but each copy (up to 4) is ~1.1MB, now there's only one 130KB file, is that ok?23:06
chrisccoulsonfta - i don't think anyone would argue against a change that saves space on the CD23:10
chrisccoulsonso i think that's ok23:11
ftaok, so it will be in the next daily, and we'll see if it causes troubles23:14
ftaE: chromium-browser: copyright-file-compressed23:20
ftayeah, lintian's not happy23:20
asacfta: we have some magic that automatically creates links23:42
asacfor copyright riles23:42
asacthat are the same23:42
asacwe should check that out23:42
ftaasac, there's nothing for copyright, just changelog23:42
ftaasac, http://paste.ubuntu.com/450337/23:43
ftait's not that difficult23:44
ftai've limited it to ubuntu, in case debian merges it23:44
asacfta: fine with me23:45
asacfta: question though is where we gain something23:47
asacafaik thats only for final installs ... but those have usually enough space23:47
asacfor livecd everything gets put into a squashfs ...23:47
asacwhich is compressed on its own, so compressing something might even increase th size23:48
ftareally? so should i revert?23:48
ftawell, no, it's useful, if not for the compress, for the links23:48
ftai have 3 copies here, that 3.5MB, turned into 130KB23:49
asacfta: you have three copies?23:54
asacthought normal users just install chromium-browser23:54
ftanope, -inspector too (and i have -dbg)23:55
ftabut lots of users will have -l10n23:55
asacyeah, but those are not installed by default23:55
asacright. -l10n should have a differnt copyright?23:55
ftainspector is, upstream requested it23:55
asacwhats the copyright of that?23:55
ftathe same23:55
ftawell, today it's the same, i have no idea what it should be23:56
asacwell, i doubt its the same as there are so many code specific licenses in copyright23:56
asacah you say in the package23:56
asacso creating lnks is probably sane ... gzipping might be less good23:58
asacin livecd its compressed and on alternate installer its in a .deb which is also compressed23:58

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