ddecatorwe ignore it until enough people complain? if you want to package it yourself, you're more than welcome to help out..03:37
micahgddecator: around?04:12
ddecatormicahg: yup04:12
micahgddecator: merge looks good :004:12
ddecatormicahg: good to hear :)04:12
micahgddecator: I added the changelog entry for you this time since we're short on time04:15
ddecatormicahg: when should and shouldn't i add to the changelog?04:15
micahgddecator: don't add if it's not released yet, add if it is :)04:16
* micahg needs to remember to include all the changelogs in the merge :(04:16
ddecatormicahg: well ft-a said we don't always add rebasing of patches because it happens too often04:16
micahgddecator: ah, well, I add it the first time I change the patch so that there's a note at least, idk, I'll have to discuss with him later :)04:19
ddecatormicahg: ok, i was just confused on that part. i'll make sure to follow the right format for patches and everything in the future. do i need to re-do that with sb or just do it later if they need to be updated?04:20
micahgddecator: no, SB doesn't need it since it hasn't been released yet04:20
ddecatormicahg: the patches having more context right?04:20
micahgddecator: ?04:20
ddecatormicahg: what i meant was should i re-do the patches for songbird so they have more context like with firefox, just wanted to make sure we were talking about the same thing :p04:21
micahgddecator: ah, yeah, next time you refresh them, don't worry about it right now04:21
ddecatormicahg: ok, sounds good :)04:22
ddecatori was gonna look at tb 3.1, but i couldn't figure out what the build log was pointing to when it failed...04:22
micahgddecator: you can take care of it after I fix it, we need an extra patch IIRC04:23
micahgddecator: here's what I did for your merge: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~mozillateam/firefox/firefox-3.7.head/revision/54404:23
ddecatormicahg: yah, that's what it looked like, i just didn't have any idea where i would begin to look (something was missing and upsetting dh_install)04:23
ddecatormicahg: ah, so i can remove previous entries for the patch in that grouping and put them under my name if i'm the last one to fix it?04:25
* micahg has to push Thunderbird 3.0.5 to the stable channel PPA...04:25
micahgddecator: yeah04:25
ddecatormicahg: good deal, thanks for merging that. i'm starting to get a good feel for how all of this works :)04:25
micahgddecator: only if it's a rebase, if actual changes to the patch are made, you can just add it to your entry04:25
micahgddecator: thank you for your work :)04:26
ddecatormicahg: glad to help, i'm looking forward to doing more :D04:26
ddecatoryou and chris are busy taking care of the big things like backporting, i might as well help take care of the little things like maintaining patches04:28
ddecatorto start ;)04:30
micahgjdstrand: Firefox 3.6.6 was just released which fixes the crash plugin timeout :(05:39
ddecatorand tb 3.1 was just released. they're moving quick o.o05:41
micahgddecator: well, I knew about that, 3.6.6 was a fire drill release :)05:41
ddecatormicahg: fire drill release?05:41
micahgddecator: rapid release due to a bad situation (either security vulnerability or in this case, mistake in the last release05:42
ddecatormicahg: ah, gotcha :)05:42
* micahg is going to try to add whatever's left for alpha206:17
micahghi ddecator07:23
ddecatorhi micahg07:23
micahgddecator: do you have the multiple language issue in firefox-maverick?07:23
ddecatormicahg: i'm on lucid07:24
micahgddecator: ah, I thought you were on maverick for some reason :(, ok07:24
ddecatormicahg: i'll probably upgrade at a2 :)07:24
ddecatornot that it helps right now :/07:26
micahgddecator: nah, it's ok07:26
micahgddecator: I'm going to push the commit to fix it in the morning, going to spin a maverick version in my PPA07:27
ddecatormicahg: if you need a tester, i can upgrade a little early (i've been debating doing it anyway since lucid is getting kinda boring :p)07:28
micahgddecator: nah, that's ok, I can get gnomefreak to test07:28
ddecatormicahg: sounds good07:29
micahgddecator: I probably won't upgrade until beta 107:29
micahgddecator: I manage to keep most of what I use every day up to date, so no real need for me to rush into the next release07:35
ddecatormicahg: i like bleeding edge, even if it breaks here and there. i'd wait longer if i was at school, but i'm at home so i don't have to worry as much about potential data loss07:37
micahgddecator: k, I only have 1 desktop (laptop) ATM, so I have to be kinda conservative, by beta, nothing major should break, I can handle minor breakage07:38
ddecatormicahg: good point and very understandable07:38
micahgalso, once again, my desktop isn't changing (xfce 4.8 delayed), so I'm less worried07:38
ddecatorhuh, the bookmarks item is showing up for me in FF 3.7 and i can't move it o.o08:16
micahgddecator: idk, maybe wait for today's build08:17
ddecatormicahg: it's the one that built a few hours ago, haha. not a big deal, just really random08:18
micahgddecator: I get a bunch of old bookmarks in firefox-3.708:29
ddecatormicahg: old bookmarks?08:29
micahgddecator: outdated links08:29
* micahg thought we fixed those08:29
ddecatorthat's weird..08:29
ddecatormy bookmarks looks right, i just have the icon on there for some reason08:30
=== fta_ is now known as fta
ftaat 1:30pm?12:36
BUGabundogoing to lunch NOW12:43
BUGabundoso its still morning12:43
ftaasac, could you please have a look at bug 57081213:19
ubot2Launchpad bug 570812 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) "Use the ubuntu startpage by default (affects: 2) (heat: 22)" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/57081213:19
ftahm, micah and chris are not there13:20
rippsfta: I have an idea for drobotik, some way of implementing distro specific patches. As in, only patch the source for hardy/jaunty but no other release.13:21
ftaripps, what do you mean by patch?13:22
rippsfta: y'know like with quilt13:23
ftaripps, this isn't controlled by the bot, it's the buildd thing, so conditional patching must be in d/rules13:23
rippsI meant that the we could manipulate the series using drobotik13:24
ftaripps, the bot can tweak some stuff (like it already does for the Build-deps).. but for patches, i think it's best to do that in d/rules like by passing different QUILT_PATCHES values13:25
rippsright now I'm trying to use a compilicated set of rules to modify debian/patches/series based on what distro is being built, but this method won't work very well with source-3.0 format. Because it patches before upload.13:25
ftai haven't played with source-3.0 yet13:26
rippsit designed to have everything patched and ready before uploading. messing with quilt values in rules is useless since dpkg-source will run the patches anyway.13:27
rippsso I was hoping that drobotik could mess around with the patch series before running dpkg-source13:27
ftaripps, it's probably doable, but the bot doesn't know what patch system it has to deal with (if any). i need to think about it13:30
jdstrandfta: re libpng> ack14:48
ftajdstrand, good14:49
ftajdstrand, btw, i have 5.0.375.86~r49890 ready but it's another mix of security + regular fixes14:50
jdstrandfta: ok, it'll be the same process again. I can upload it tomorrow first thing, if you make a lucid-proposed package for me (I am about to head out)14:53
ftajdstrand, sure i can do that. l-proposed or l-security? (maverick will include that: http://paste.ubuntu.com/455937/)14:55
jdstrandfta: if it also has bug fixes, put lucid-proposed, but we'll build it in ubuntu-security-proposed so it will eventually land in -updtes and -security14:56
mdeslaurfta: has that version been released yet?15:16
ftamdeslaur, i've built it in the stable ppa, but it's not in maverick yet15:17
mdeslaurfta: I mean, did google push that out as an update? or is it just pulled from the git repo?15:17
ftai'm browsing the bugs to see if it needs something else urgent15:17
ftayep http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/2010/06/stable-channel-update_24.html15:18
mdeslauroh! I was looking at the "Google Chrome Blog" and not the "Google Chrome Releases Blog"15:18
mdeslaurmy bad :)15:18
micahgasac: the title A Web Browser for abrowser is part of the branding, right?17:32
jcastrohi fta17:53
jcastroI assume we're going to need to have someone talk to the ambiance theme person so I'm going to send kwwii to go check it out17:53
BUGabundofta: getting SNAPs at https://caixadirecta.cgd.pt/17:56
BUGabundorunning a CLEAN profile in gdb17:57
BUGabundohow can I get anything out of it?17:57
BUGabundo*** NSPlugin Viewer  *** WARNING: unhandled variable 18 (<unknown variable>) in NPN_GetValue()17:57
BUGabundois all I have17:57
ftamost probably flash18:32
BUGabundoon a clean profile?18:32
BUGabundoworks fine in ff 3.618:32
BUGabundoisn't there some kind of debug in browser I can see?18:33
BUGabundogdb is silent18:33
ftajcastro, hi. right, i never used those extensions so i don't know if they work or not. I'm trying to activate the new system pref policies but it currently doesn't work at all. i need to discuss with upstream tomorrow18:35
ftaBUGabundo, try with --disable-plugins --disable-extensions19:19
BUGabundofta: http://paste.ubuntu.com/456022/19:21
BUGabundoits a brand new profile19:21
BUGabundowith all plugins in about:plugins disabled19:21
BUGabundo6.0.451.0 (50940) Ubuntu 10.1019:21
ftaSIGTERM, it's not a crash19:22
BUGabundoI know19:22
BUGabundoI CRASHED it so I could get a trace19:23
BUGabundo(2010-06-27 19:22:16) rubenbb: BUGabundo: old glib?  don't know19:23
ftai doubt it19:23
BUGabundoii  libglib2.0-0                                          2.25.10-1ubuntu1                                  The GLib library of C routines19:23
BUGabundoits maverick after all19:24
ftado you see something with --log-level=0 --enable-logging=stderr ?19:24
BUGabundo$ chromium-browser  --log-level=0 --enable-logging=stderr -g --disable-plugins --disable-extensions  --user-data-dir=$chromiumdatadir --disk-cache-dir=$chromiumdiskcache19:24
BUGabundolike this ?19:24
BUGabundo-g needs to come first19:25
fta-g mush be 1szt19:25
BUGabundoI know19:25
BUGabundocan't you fix that?19:25
ftalol, weird keyboard19:25
BUGabundook, got it19:26
BUGabundonow what?19:26
ftado you see something more?19:26
BUGabundo[25120.265061] chromium-browse[11224]: segfault at 31 ip 0000000001223f4c sp 00007fff6e946a70 error 4 in chromium-browser[400000+2873000]19:26
ftaadd --single-process19:26
BUGabundo chromium-browser -g --single-process --log-level=0 --enable-logging=stderr  --disable-plugins --disable-extensions  --user-data-dir=$chromiumdatadir --disk-cache-dir=$chromiumdiskcache19:27
ftaand use my --temp-profile instead of your last two flags19:27
BUGabundoright now I'm reusing the 1st temp profile19:27
BUGabundoso it kinda makes sense19:28
BUGabundoI get an warning19:28
BUGabundounsuported comand line19:28
BUGabundo--single process19:28
ftawith a dash19:29
BUGabundothat's what I use19:29
BUGabundo chromium-browser -g --single-process --log-level=0 --enable-logging=stderr  --disable-plugins --disable-extensions  --user-data-dir=$chromiumdatadir --disk-cache-dir=$chromiumdiskcache19:29
ftaand  --temp-profile mush be at the beginning19:29
BUGabundoProgram received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.19:30
BUGabundo[Switching to Thread 0x7fffe1e91710 (LWP 11516)]19:30
BUGabundoWebCore::Position::getInlineBoxAndOffset (this=0x7fffe1e90600, affinity=WebCore::DOWNSTREAM, primaryDirection=WebCore::LTR, inlineBox=@0x7fffe1e90638,19:30
BUGabundo    caretOffset=@0x7fffe1e90644) at third_party/WebKit/WebCore/dom/Position.cpp:101419:30
BUGabundo1014third_party/WebKit/WebCore/dom/Position.cpp: No such file or directory.19:30
BUGabundoin third_party/WebKit/WebCore/dom/Position.cpp19:30
BUGabundofta: is that it?19:31
ftalooks better.. but unknown to me.19:31
ftamdeslaur, fyi, CVE-2010-1205 doesn't impact chromium (i use system libpng)19:35
ubot2fta: ** RESERVED ** This candidate has been reserved by an organization or individual that will use it when announcing a new security problem.  When the candidate has been publicized, the details for this candidate will be provided. (http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2010-1205)19:35
BUGabundofta: anyone reported probs with captcha??? for a few days I can't enter any site that has captchas19:44
ftanot that i know of19:44
BUGabundowell yesterday I couldn't enter icheckmovies.com19:45
BUGabundoin FF worked fine19:45
BUGabundonow I can't use this http://www.vodafone.pt/Vodafone/FTTH/FTTHEligibilityHome.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRORIGINALURL=/main/Particulares/vodafonecasa/Cobertura/cobertura&NRNODEGUID={7E824B88-FAFB-49CE-9099-3C0E2D3AE535}&NRCACHEHINT=Guest19:45
BUGabundoWORKS Fine in FF19:46
BUGabundoso its chromium19:46
ftamaybe you can't read properly ;)19:48
* BUGabundo slaps fta19:48
ftahm, chromium has 270 flags..19:48
micahggnomefreak: can you test my maverick Firefox 3.6.6 to see if you only have 1 copy of each dictionary?20:41
gnomefreaknot the daily?20:42
gnomefreakbe right back. drop a link and ill look at it20:43
gnomefreaki go away for 1 1/2 days and firefox released 3.6.620:55
ddecatorit was an emergency release that changed 3 lines of code, haha20:56
gnomefreakthat sucks. seems people can leave you messages when pidgin is not running.  i just spent a few minstalking to someone who was not here20:57
gnomefreakddecator: makes sense20:57
ddecatorgnomefreak: yah, it was just to extend the timeout time for plugin crashes. i guess people on older systems were having it say plugins had crashed when it was just taking a long time to load20:58
gnomefreakoh that cant be good20:58
ddecatorexactly, hence the rush to push out an update that extended the time to 45sec (i think)20:59
gnomefreakwhat was the timeout set to?21:01
ddecator10sec (i think that's what the article said, i read it earlier so i can't remember for sure)21:01
gnomefreakhell it takes firefox longer than 10secs. to load a page21:03
ddecatornot for me o.o21:04
gnomefreakfor me it takes a while but im guessing that has to do with memory on the system21:05
gnomefreakstill loading and its been ~1minute r so21:06
gnomefreak1.3ghz proc. and 256 memory21:06
ddecator2.5ghz duo-core, 3gig memory..21:07
micahggnomefreak: so can you test for me.21:09
gnomefreakmicahg: i dont see why not but im not real sure where your build is21:10
micahggnomefreak: ppa:micahg/mozilla-test21:10
gnomefreakok looking than i will test. i just need a little bit to finsh what i started21:11
* gnomefreak cant help but to think its LP that is extreamly slow not firefox21:13
ddecatori have more trouble with LP loading than any other site21:15
gnomefreakbugs are the worst since they attach so many damn files21:16
gnomefreakok installing now21:23
BUGabundofta: stupid question, I know, but, how does one start -ProfileManagerin OSX?21:25
micahgBUGabundo: OS X has a terminal :)21:26
BUGabundonvm /Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox-bin -profilemanager21:26
ftano idea, never used OSX21:26
BUGabundome neither21:26
BUGabundobut a collegue is saying google groups is looping for him21:26
BUGabundoso I wanted him to make a new profile21:26
BUGabundomicahg: true, but $ firefox would say  "command not found"21:27
gnomefreakmicahg: ok what am i looking for and where?21:28
* gnomefreak doesnt do more than 1 lang, so i havent had to look for it before21:28
micahggo to a text box, right click and see what dictionaries you have21:29
micahggnomefreak: ^^^\21:30
gnomefreakmicahg: i have 6 but only 1 is enabled21:32
micahggnomefreak: right, but any duplicates, if you fire up firefox-3.7, you should see duplicates21:33
gnomefreakmicahg: australia has 221:34
micahggnomefreak: in 3.6?21:34
gnomefreakmicahg: yes21:35
micahggnomefreak: ugh21:35
gnomefreakInstalled: 3.6.6+nobinonly-0ubuntu1~maverick~ppa221:35
micahggnomefreak: what is /usr/lib/firefox-3.6.6/dictionaries symlinked to?21:35
gnomefreakis it just me or other people21:35
gnomefreakmicahg: how do i check a symlink21:36
micahggnomefreak: ls -l21:36
gnomefreakgnomefreak@development:~$ ls -l /usr/lib/firefox-3.6.6/dictionaries21:36
gnomefreaklrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 20 Jun 27 16:26 /usr/lib/firefox-3.6.6/dictionaries -> ../../share/hunspell21:36
micahg\o/ at least something works :)21:36
gnomefreakcan i go back to normal or do you need more testing?21:37
micahggnomefreak: do you have 2 copies in /usr/share/hunspell for en-AU?21:37
gnomefreaken-AU.aff  en_AU.aff  en_CA.aff  en_GB.aff  en_US.aff  en_ZA.aff21:38
gnomefreaken-AU.dic  en_AU.dic  en_CA.dic  en_GB.dic  en_US.dic  en_ZA.dic21:38
gnomefreaki see a few21:38
micahggnomefreak: weird, I thought that was going to be fixed in maverick :(21:39
micahgen-AU.dic  en_AU.dic21:39
* micahg will file a bug21:39
micahggnomefreak: thanks, that'll do it21:39
gnomefreakmicahg: np21:39
ftamicahg, how come the daily doesn't have the dict symlink?22:01
ftan-m, it's there22:03
micahgfta: I didn't commit to .head yet22:14
mbanahow do i install 3.6.4?22:26
mbanafrom a repo22:26
mbanacause the official ff stuff has crappy hinting22:27
micahgmbana: ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-security/ppa22:31
micahgmbana: that's where 3.6.4 is ATM22:31
micahgchrisccoulson: did you hear about FF3.6.622:31
mbana% lsb_release -a22:32
mbanaNo LSB modules are available.22:32
mbanaDistributor ID: Ubuntu22:32
mbanaDescription:    Ubuntu 9.1022:32
mbanaRelease:        9.1022:32
mbanaCodename:       karmic22:32
mbanawill that be a probl;em22:32
micahgmbana: nope, it's there :)22:32
mbanai see it on their site22:32
chrisccoulsonmicahg - no, how come? i've only just got online for the first time since friday22:32
micahgchrisccoulson: ah, they had to increase the timeout for plugin-container to 45 seconds and did a fire drill release22:33
micahgchrisccoulson: I wasn't sure if you wanted to push 3.6.6, so I have the changes locally22:33
mbanaso given that im on 9.1022:33
mbanacan i stil install 3.6.422:33
micahgmbana: no, 3.6.4 ATM and yes, it's in the security PPA22:33
mbanagod damn22:33
chrisccoulsonmicahg - ah, ok. that's not too big a deal. we'll probably just push 3.6.6 if it's only small changes22:34
mbanaim running the FF official release22:34
mbanait's definitely faster22:34
mbanaabout god damn time22:34
chrisccoulsonheh, busy week this week ;)22:34
mbanamicahg: thanks22:34
micahgchrisccoulson: so, I can commit to .head?22:34
chrisccoulsonmicahg - yeah, feel free22:34
micahgchrisccoulson: I'm adding the symlink change to hunspell as well for maverick only22:35
mbanaso, i just enable the security ppa on 9.10 and install 3.6.4?22:35
chrisccoulsoni wonder how long i can avoid asac for ;)22:35
micahgmbana: yep22:35
ftagrrr. couchdb is a pig, worse cumulative cpu time ever22:36
micahgchrisccoulson: do you understand the abrowser branding?22:37
chrisccoulsonmicahg - a little. how come?22:37
mbanamicahg: is this the official ubuntu repo or this channel's ppa?22:37
micahgchrisccoulson: well, I'm trying to figure out about the russian translation22:37
mbanacause i can't find 3.6.4 in the official one22:37
micahgmbana: it will go to the repo soon, there's a lot of work since we're pushing it to the previous stable released22:38
mbanaso it's in the channel's ppa theb?22:38
micahgchrisccoulson: well, he said that A Web Browser is not appropriate in Russian, I was wondering if it's part of the branding22:39
micahgmbana: yes, that's the prerelease PPA22:39
mbanawhat's 3.7?22:41
micahgmbana: 4.022:41
micahgmbana: we throw releases in the security PPA once they're tagged so we can get testing before release, with 3.6.4 it's just taking a little longer than normal to push out22:42
chrisccoulsonmicahg - good point, i'm not sure how we translate the abrowser branding22:44
micahgchrisccoulson: well, the other translations have the A, I was hoping to discuss with asac, but I think he's enjoying the World Cup :)22:45
chrisccoulsondo we even translate the branding strings?22:45
micahgchrisccoulson: well, it's for the .desktop file22:45
chrisccoulsonmicahg - in that case, we just need to edit debian/abrowser.desktop don't we?22:47
micahgchrisccoulson: yeah, one of the russian tranlsators proposed a merge, I was looking it over and had this question22:48
mbanais this just perception or is 3.6.6 slighty faster than 3.6.4?22:48
chrisccoulsonwe don't even strip the translations from the firefox desktop files like we do with everything else :)22:48
micahgmbana: should be no difference in speed22:49
micahgchrisccoulson: right22:49
mbanathanks again22:50
micahgmbana: if you notice some difference between the official build and ours, please let us know22:53
mbanawhat are the major differences between the 3.6.4 and
micahgmbana: just 1, the crash timeout23:07
mbanais FF4 3.6.6?23:09
micahgmbana: no23:11
mbanais this gpu stuff available on linux?23:11
micahgmbana: for flash? no23:12
mbanano rendering on the gpu23:12
mbanain reference to the link just posted23:12
micahgmbana: idk what technology they're using23:14
micahgoh, HTML5...idk23:14
micahgI don't know23:15
Dimmuxxit's not available yet but it will hopefully be in 4.0 for linux23:24
ftachromium doesn't use it.. yet. http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=3352123:28
Dimmuxxthat's a different thing though23:30
ftathat bug, yes. but it gives a reason why it's not there yet (multi-process and sandbox)23:31
ftai have several bugs on that topic, just pasted one23:31

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