kieppiehi guys. I'm sure you get this a lot, but is TB 3.1 not stable yet? is the only way to install it either from source or from ppa daily-builds (which I've had load of issues with in the past)01:06
micahgkieppie: daily build is broke ATM, it is stable, but not packaged yet01:12
micahgkieppie: should be available in a couple weeks in maverick and one week after that in the stable PPA01:12
* micahg will try to push 3.0.5 up to stable PPA tonight01:12
micahgkieppie: most of our efforts have been trying to get Firefox 3.6.4 to Hardy, Jaunty, and Karmic01:16
kieppiemicahg: thanks for the update. I've been trying to install the lightning add-on, so I can so calendaring & stuff, but it requires 3.1 . will have to wait...02:26
micahgkieppie: that's a whole other issue :)02:28
micahgkieppie: I have to package lightning 1.0b1 before I can package TB3.102:28
kieppieI'll try & be patient02:28
kieppiethat's a *lot* of work....02:28
micahgkieppie: we're a little short handed at the moment :)02:29
micahgkieppie: there's a packaging bug for TB3.1 if you want to subscribe02:32
JoeMaverickSettnamoroka 3.6.7pre pops up Facebook Chat in another tab, have you exprienced that?03:45
* micahg doesn't use facebook03:46
fta2jdstrand, mdeslaur: http://people.ubuntu.com/~fta/chromium/5.0.375.86~r49890-0ubuntu0.10.04.1/10:39
fta2jdstrand, mdeslaur: it has the same things as maverick (security + fixes) + a few more fixes that were already in maverick10:51
BUGabundo_remotefta now its asac spaming your identica, not me10:55
asacsometimes ... sometimes ;)10:56
BUGabundo_remotethen again, I don't think either of you does follow me ;(10:57
asacBUGabundo_remote: i lost track of you when you opened two accounts11:00
asacits too confusing11:00
asacnot sure if you fixed that already11:00
BUGabundo_remotefederation is confusing?11:02
BUGabundo_remotetry this, send : unsub bugabundo11:03
BUGabundo_remoteseveral times till you get a notice saying you are no longer subbed to any BUGabundo11:03
BUGabundo_remotethen send : sub http://brainbird.net/BUGabundo/11:03
BUGabundo_remotethat's it11:03
asacBUGabundo_remote: cant i subscribe to your identi.ca account?11:04
asachell. that was tough11:06
asaci think i subscribed now11:06
asacwill flag you soon ;)11:06
BUGabundo_remoteasac: sure, if you want to get flooded by rss11:08
gnomefreakwhat does rhythmbox and firefox have to do with each other?11:47
gnomefreakhere is what i am referring to http://paste.ubuntu.com/456329/11:48
fta2BUGabundo_remote, i'm no longer using gwibber. a/ it crashes on startup most of the time (couchdb), b/ erlang is a cpu pig, c/ since it's in the app indicator, i lost track of it (invisible = inexistent for me)12:41
fta2asac, could you please have a look at bug 570812?12:42
ubot2Launchpad bug 570812 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) "Use the ubuntu startpage by default (affects: 2) (heat: 22)" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/57081212:42
fta2chrisccoulson, bug 529242 is not good for UNE (last comment)12:59
ubot2Launchpad bug 529242 in chromium-browser (Mandriva) (and 3 other projects) "chromium doesn't recognize icedtea6-plugin (affects: 13) (dups: 1) (heat: 92)" [Unknown,Won't fix] https://launchpad.net/bugs/52924212:59
chrisccoulsonfta - hmmm, thanks. i didn't realise that the newer NP plugin was using any xpcom though13:02
chrisccoulsonthat's a pain13:02
BUGabundo_remotefta gwibber is running right now for me13:03
BUGabundo_remotefta does that mean you stop using identica at all ?13:04
BUGabundo_remotehave you tried pico?13:04
fta2BUGabundo_remote, no. it looks nice though13:08
jdstrandfta2: re chromium-browser on people> ack13:11
jdstrandchrisccoulson: hi!13:11
chrisccoulsonhi jdstrand13:12
jdstrandchrisccoulson: did you get my email regarding ff 3.6.6?13:12
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - i did. i'm just uploading all the 3.6.6 packages now13:12
jdstrandchrisccoulson: awesome. thanks! :)13:12
jdstrandchrisccoulson: once testing is done for hardy and lucid, I plan to release tomorrow. is that still ok for you? (if epiphany isn't fixed, we can file a bug and release note it)13:13
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - yeah, that should be fine. i'm going to look again at epiphany this afternoon13:14
jdstrandchrisccoulson: great thanks. :)13:14
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - it seems we started a discussion on u-d-d https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-discuss/2010-June/011715.html.13:16
chrisccoulsoni'm not sure if you saw that or not13:16
chrisccoulsoni replied last night to try and respond to the persons concerns13:16
jdstrandchrisccoulson: k. I'll take a look at it. I haven't seen it yet13:17
jdstrandchrisccoulson: nice response13:22
jdstrandchrisccoulson: it is of course an apples and oranges thing. he seems to be upset that he is getting the windows update before the Ubuntu one, but the windows update comes straight from mozilla, upstream bugs and all13:23
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - yeah, he doesn't seem to understand that there is some additonal effort involved for us to distribute the update too13:29
* jdstrand nods13:30
jdstrandchrisccoulson: next question "Why are Ubuntu Jaunty and Karmic are second-class citizens?" :P13:31
jdstrandchrisccoulson: perhaps we should proactively draft a response :)13:32
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - heh ;)13:32
chrisccoulsonhopefully those releases don't have enough users for people to notice ;)13:32
jdstrandchrisccoulson: it'll all be over soon. Don't let that guy get you down. You and micahg have been doing a great job-- and I've been letting as many people know as I can :)13:33
chrisccoulsonthanks :)13:33
chrisccoulsonit wouldn't have been possible without all of your testing effort though ;)13:33
jdstrandchrisccoulson: heh, thanks! :)13:35
chrisccoulsoni shall be keeping the builders quite busy this afternoon :)13:44
micahgchrisccoulson: openjdk is in my PPA14:15
chrisccoulsonmicahg - thanks. i just downloaded that now14:15
micahgchrisccoulson: I have the seamonkey 2.0.5 changelog locally, but wasn't sure about something, are multiple CVEs listed on teh same line?14:16
chrisccoulsonmicahg - i think we normally have one per line14:16
chrisccoulsonbut i'm not too sure14:16
micahgjdstrand: does this look right for the CVE list for seamonkey? http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/456384/14:20
chrisccoulsonhas anybody been testing the seamonkey update for the older releases?14:21
* jdstrand has not14:21
micahgsorry, Lucid has a bad memory leak with the intel iwlagn wireless chipset and pidgin ends up eating up all available memory14:27
chrisccoulsonmy ISP is going to love me today14:35
BUGabundo_remotewhat are you up to ?14:39
chrisccoulsonmicahg / jdstrand - openjdk is in PPA for jaunty / karmic now14:53
micahgchrisccoulson: awesome :)14:53
chrisccoulsonthanks micahg :)14:54
micahgchrisccoulson: np14:54
jdstrandchrisccoulson: \o/14:54
jdstrandmicahg: I didn't check for accuracy, but the wording looks good. I might add that this is only for lucid right? hardy-karmic need everything in http://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/seamonkey20.html and http://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/seamonkey11.html since 1.1.1715:02
micahgjdstrand: yes, I forgot about that :(15:02
micahgjdstrand: the 3 CVEs for the same symptom on the same line are fine?15:03
micahgjdstrand: I just copy/pasted from the mozilla site15:03
jdstrandmicahg: sure, that is fine. Personally, I like the idea of referencing the MFSA, and then the 3 CVEs after it, with the brief description like what you have, but what you have now is just fine15:04
micahgjdstrand: so, MFSA: CVE: description?15:05
jdstrandmicahg: or even:15:05
jdstrandMFSA-...: description15:06
jdstrand- CVE...15:06
jdstrand- CVE...15:06
jdstrandMFSA-...: description15:06
jdstrand- CVE15:06
jdstrandMFSA-...: etc15:06
micahgjdstrand: ah, ok, just list the CVE on its own line15:08
jdstrandmicahg: yeah15:11
jdstrandmicahg: after a '-' so that it is grouped under its associated MFSA15:11
micahgjdstrand: so15:12
micahg- MFSA15:12
micahg  - CVE15:12
jdstrand* MFSA15:18
jdstrand  - CVE15:18
micahgjdstrand: so I have15:18
micahg* New upstream15:18
micahg* MFSA15:18
micahg  - CVE?15:18
jdstrandmicahg: looks great15:18
jdstrandmicahg: if you prefer a slightly different format, that is fine. the main thing is:15:19
jdstrand- CVE15:19
jdstrandMFSA: description15:19
jdstrand- CVE15:19
micahgjdstrand: k, will try to have it tomorrow then...the thing I didn't get done is the TB backport, will try for tomorrow sometime as well15:19
jdstrandmicahg: it is cleaner and follows https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/UpdatePreparation#Packaging more closely, which is the preferred changelog format for security updates15:22
micahgjdstrand: do you need a bug or 2w/the CVEs for Seamonkey15:32
jdstrandmicahg: MFSA is fine15:33
jdstrandmicahg: if LP bugs are already filed, then reference them, otherwise don't bother adding them (we don't add bugs to LP for security updates typically)15:33
micahgjdstrand: k15:34
jdstrandmicahg: and don't worry about upstream bugs-- the MFSA is enough to get them there15:34
jdstrandmicahg: mozilla is always a special case. since you didn't actually do the patching, don't bother with all the 'changed/or/added/file1' stuff15:35
micahgchrisccoulson: if you get a chance, can you push thunderbird 3.0.5 to maverick?16:39
chrisccoulsonmicahg - yeah, no problem16:39
micahgchrisccoulson: thanks16:40
ftamicahg, http://identi.ca/notice/3855642716:57
fta(no pressure, just acting as relay)16:58
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - i think we might need to get someone to rescore the hardy builds17:00
chrisccoulsonelse we won't have much time for testing17:00
jdstrandchrisccoulson: yeah, I've been looking at them17:01
micahgfta: responded to, thanks17:01
ftachrisccoulson, feel free to bypass my builds17:01
chrisccoulsonfta - PPA builds or archive builds?17:01
ftachrisccoulson, ppa, the archives ones are security related (with some hot fixes)17:01
chrisccoulsonfta - ah, these are also archive ones (security related) ;)17:02
chrisccoulsonwe could probably delay some maverick builds ;)17:02
micahgfta: the security PPA uses the archive builders17:02
ftan-m, mine are done: https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/chromium-browser/5.0.375.86~r49890-0ubuntu117:03
jdstrandI'll get someone to rescore them17:03
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, thanks17:03
ftaand the lucid ones are no longer in my hands (=> jdstrand)17:03
micahgchrisccoulson: why is openjdk in karmic 6b18-1.8-0ubuntu0.9.10.1, but jaunty 6b18-1.8-0ubuntu1.9.04.1?17:07
micahgchrisccoulson: I think you should reupload the jaunty version to match the one you did for karmic17:07
micahgsince karmic is already building17:07
chrisccoulsonmicahg - hmmmm, good spot17:07
* micahg followed the versioning in lucid-proposed which was ubuntu2, so I did 1.09.XX.1, but 0.09.XX.1 will work just as well :)17:08
micahgchrisccoulson: if you need a diversion later, there's an interesting discussion on xulrunner-1.9.2 on the debian devel list :)17:11
jdstrandchrisccoulson: yeah, I just noticed the openjdk versions. you should probably use: 6b18-1.8-0ubuntu2~ and 6b18-1.8-0ubuntu2~ since lucid-proposed used ubuntu2 rather than the correct ubuntu1.117:16
chrisccoulsonmicahg - interesting ;)17:16
chrisccoulson(i just had a quick read)17:17
jdstrandchrisccoulson: so, if we kill off those builds, you can hold off until hardy and lucid build before uploading, and we shouldn't have to rebuild17:17
micahgchrisccoulson: I chimed in since they dragged us in saying, "if Ubuntu can do it, it can't be that bad"17:17
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - yeah, i wasn't sure about the version numbering for straight backports. for a lot of the other packages i've done, i've preserved the changelog for the current series rather than using the one from lucid17:18
micahgjdstrand: not a straight backport since the control file was regenerated17:19
micahgchrisccoulson: I merged the jaunty/karmic changelogs respectively17:19
jdstrandchrisccoulson: this one, I think we need the lucid changelog, use 'dch -i' with the new version and distribution name, with a -v<version in release> when generating the source pacakge17:20
jdstrandwell, I didn't see the changelog-- as long as all the changes are in there.17:20
jdstrandbut we need to have 'ubuntu2' in the version in some way, so people know that it came from that version17:20
chrisccoulsonmicahg - do you think debian will struggle maintaining firefox with their current model? it seems crazy releasing with an already obsolete browser....17:21
micahgchrisccoulson: yes, but since they want to do it that way, it seems like their only option17:21
jdstrandchrisccoulson: what do you think about reversioning openjdk?17:21
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, yeah, i'll reversion them. i'll leave the current karmic version as it is for now though, as that's already building17:22
jdstrandchrisccoulson: I can get the current ones killed off17:22
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, i don't mind, if you want to do that17:22
chrisccoulsoni didn't check how long they had already been building, but i don't mind that17:22
jdstrandchrisccoulson: well, I can kill them all off, then you just wait for hardy and lucid ff to finish building, then we are good17:23
chrisccoulson(it will free up some buildd bandwidth for hardy too) :)17:23
* jdstrand nods17:23
chrisccoulsonok, i'm happy with that then17:23
micahgjdstrand: chrisccoulson: BTW, I took the lucid changelog and manually merged the security updates from jaunty/karmic17:25
micahgchrisccoulson: BTW, if you didn't upload TB3.0.5 yet, please hold off till tomorrow17:32
micahgchrisccoulson: I have to add the dictionary directory change17:33
chrisccoulsonmicahg - ok, no worries17:37
chrisccoulsonmicahg - once the dust has settled with firefox, we should probably look at preparing 3.1 for lucid ;)17:38
chrisccoulson(unless you think there's a reason for us to stay on 3.0.x for now)17:38
micahgchrisccoulson: depends on the lifecycle18:00
micahgchrisccoulson: we can discuss later :)18:00
micahgchrisccoulson: the only advantage I can see to doing that right now is that I would only need to package 1 version of lightning :)(18:04
chrisccoulsonmicahg - that would be one advantage. but i got the impression in the response to your mail that 3.0.x won't be supported for too much longer18:04
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LantiziaIs it ready yet?23:44
LantiziaIs it ready yet, Is it ready yet, Is it ready yet, Is it ready yet, Is it ready yet ? :P23:45
LantiziaNo :(23:45
LantiziaI really wish Mozilla would package their own distro builds of Firefox/Thunderbird23:46
LantiziaGoogle does for Chrome :S23:46
micahgLantizia: what?23:53
LantiziaOH just ranting, ignore me23:53

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