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bobbyAnyone know when the UI overhaul is coming?02:43
fta2micahg, ff4.0 needs a patch refresh07:34
micahgfta2: yes, I did one last night, and tonight it needs another07:34
micahgfta2: if I do it now, do you want to respin?07:34
fta2sure, np07:34
micahgfta2: k, give me about 10 minutes07:34
fta2micahg, done??07:59
micahgsorry, the patch doesn't look right, I'm looking into it08:00
micahgI geuss it's fine..., almost done08:00
micahgfta2: I pushed it, I guess give it a minute to update08:02
micahgfta2: got the emails, so should be good to go08:07
fta2i didn't..08:07
fta2maybe i'm not subscribed to this branch08:07
micahgfta2: nope, I didn't know what options to subscribe you with08:08
micahghi chrisccoulson08:08
chrisccoulsonhi micahg08:09
chrisccoulsonhave you tested 3.6.7+build2 in lucid?08:09
micahgchrisccoulson: so, all the mozilla apps were release, but no security info yet08:09
chrisccoulsonyeah, i just saw that08:09
micahgchrisccoulson: I've been running it since you published it there08:09
chrisccoulsoni'll ask jdstrand to publish them when we get security info, but i've not had a chance to test on lucid yet08:10
micahgaside from a memory leak, which I think was there before, it seems to be fine08:10
chrisccoulsonok, thanks08:10
* micahg still needs to write a patch for upstream for xul191 branch and cairo 1.8.1008:10
micahgchrisccoulson: I didn't fix the gnome-shell/gjs issue yet, so we might have to respin in Lucid08:11
micahgchrisccoulson: right now gnome-shell is FTBFS in maverick, so I figured, I have to fix that before I can fix the one in lucid08:11
chrisccoulsonmicahg - ok, thanks. i'm not too concerned about gnome-shell, the breakage went mostly unnoticed before anyway ;)08:14
micahgchrisccoulson: so, I should just file anotehr bug for -proposed to respin after xulrunner lands?08:14
chrisccoulsonyeah, can do08:14
chrisccoulsonmicahg - do you know what is happening with the UI in FF4.0 on the linux versions?08:15
micahgchrisccoulson: no, I've seen some posts about UI, but haven't had time to keep up08:16
chrisccoulsonyeah, i was wondering about that, as the windows version is looking quite nice08:16
micahgfta2: awesome, thanks08:16
* micahg should try the windows version in a VM08:17
chrisccoulsonyeah, i tried it last week, it's looking pretty good08:17
fta2asac, is chromium working fine on arm? i see debian has lots of arm related changes and i wonder why08:17
asacfta2: what is "lot"?08:18
asacfta2: just build options or also assembler?08:18
fta2asac, http://packages.debian.org/changelogs/pool/main/c/chromium-browser/current/changelog08:19
asacfta2: yeah so:08:19
asacDo not use armv4 incompatible code08:19
asac[armel] Disabled thumb to fix FTBFS in armel08:19
asac[armel] set arm_neon=008:19
asac[armel] Remove all V5TE, VFP code from ffmpeg08:19
asacare there because debian wants to supports really old boards08:20
fta2no idea08:20
asacwe go for armv7 ++08:20
asacand they even want to support armv4t08:20
asacwhich is nothing of real relevance from what i know ... like old routers etc.08:20
micahgasac: do we need enigmail-locales if enigmail is shipping locales in a .jar file?08:21
fta2asac, and bug 539245?08:22
ubot2Launchpad bug 539245 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) (and 2 other projects) "[armel] chromium-browser's rendering is off (affects: 1) (heat: 31)" [Medium,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53924508:22
[reed]what do I use for enabling webgl on ubuntu?08:22
fta2i didn't change anything so i'm surprised it's fixed08:22
[reed]like, what package do I need to install and such08:22
fta2[reed], webgl works for me here08:23
fta2it's auto-detected by configure when the headers are there08:23
[reed]fta2: didn't you have to set a pref?08:23
fta2hm, maybe. i don't remember.. it's been a while08:24
[reed]what do you have set for webgl.osmesalib ?08:24
fta2i just have webgl.enabled_for_all_sites=true08:25
fta2and it works on say https://cvs.khronos.org/svn/repos/registry/trunk/public/webgl/sdk/demos/google/san-angeles/index.html08:25
* micahg is off, have a good day everyone08:26
fta2micahg, bye, and thanks for the fix (another one is needed apparently)08:27
micahgfta2: yeah, the crash reporter has issues on hardy and jaunty08:27
fta2ok, good to know08:28
fta2asac, so apparently lsb_release is slow. any idea of a good equiv for us ? http://bzr.debian.org/scm/loggerhead/pkg-chromium/chromium-browser/chromium-browser.sid/revision/619/debian/changelog08:35
micahgfta2: shouldn't that be set at build time?08:38
fta2not this one, it's to display "built on ubuntu/maverick, running on debian/unstable"08:38
fta2or similar08:38
fta2that's the running on part08:39
micahgfta2: that's not what those commands output though08:39
micahgDIST=Ubuntu RELEASE=10.0408:40
micahgfta2: his fix should be reverted and replaced with build time substitution08:40
fta2you need to read the full code08:41
asacno clue08:42
micahgfta2: ah, I see :)08:42
asacin general it shouldnt be slow08:42
asacbut well ;)08:42
micahgfta2: can you do version substitution in .postinst?08:42
fta2asac, it takes 2~3sec here, which is slow for chromium08:42
asacusually you should display the lsb release from build time i guess08:42
asacand not at runtime08:43
asacwe do that in firefox too08:43
fta2the reason i added that is because in bugs, it's obvious that people are running the wrong builds08:43
fta2like BUGabundo ;)08:44
micahgfta2: what do you think of my idea about modifying those variables in .postinst?08:45
micahgor is that not a good thing to do08:46
fta2micahg, i already have that in .postinst (for the built-on part), but for the running-on part, it's needs to be dynamic08:49
micahgfta2: why?  do they copy the files off one machine and use them on another?08:50
micahgor just install the wrong debs?08:50
micahgor is it, my computer can boot 10 different linux kernels w/the same files08:51
fta2micahg, no some people are obviously using the wrong ppa, or one of the ppa on another distro, then they file weird bugs08:51
micahgfta2: right, but are they using the wrong debs or they use the same install for Debian and UBuntu08:51
micahg.postinst will fix the deb issue, but not the other one08:51
fta2micahg, some are using the ppa on debian, some are using the maverick ppa on say lucid or even hardy08:52
micahgfta2: k, then .postinst will solve your issue08:52
fta2how come?08:52
micahgyou do the substitution after install08:52
fta2postinst has no impact on running on08:53
fta2i see08:53
micahgfta2: the built on logic, should probably be in rules08:53
fta2well, it's in d/rules08:53
micahgfta2: oh, ok :)08:54
fta2i'm not very comfortable substituting stuff in the wrapper are install time, maybe another file08:54
fta2i will think about it08:54
micahgfta2: k, good luck, now I really need to get some sleep before the sun comes up :)08:55
jdstrandchrisccoulson: *sigh*09:25
jdstrandchrisccoulson: so, mozilla released 3.6.709:25
jdstrandchrisccoulson: (hi btw :)09:25
jdstrandchrisccoulson: jaunty/sparc/xul did compile (yea!)09:25
jdstrandchrisccoulson: but, there seems to be a sparc chroot problem on jaunty that is preventing the build09:25
jdstrandchrisccoulson: so, I think we should publish and push an updated openjdk later09:27
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, yeah, they've released FF3.6.7, TB3.0.6 and SM2.0.609:28
jdstrandchrisccoulson: ie, once openjdk/karmic/armel is finished, we can publish. what has your testing been like?09:28
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, i need to talk to Arne this morning about the jaunty / karmic en-GB langpack, as the translations for yelp are definately broken09:28
chrisccoulsoni mentioned it a couple of weeks ago, but i'm not sure if any progress has happened with it yet09:29
jdstrandchrisccoulson: ok. my goal is to publish tomorrow09:29
chrisccoulsonok, i'll see if we can fix those translations today09:29
chrisccoulsondid you see the vulnerabilities for 3.6.7?09:29
jdstrandchrisccoulson: I'd rather it not go out on friday. I will be testing today09:29
jdstrandchrisccoulson: yes, I did09:29
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micahgfta2: pitti has a better solution for Chromium :)16:40
micahgbug 60825316:41
ubot2Launchpad bug 608253 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) "eliminate lsb_release from chromium startup (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/60825316:41
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ftachrisccoulson, is icedtea6-plugin still linked with xul in lucid? maverick? (i have a workaround in chromium i'd like to drop)17:18
micahgfta: in Maverick should be no, but in lucid, it's in lucid-proposed17:18
ftamicahg, short night? :)17:19
micahgfta: yes :(17:19
micahgchrisccoulson: still around?19:36
chrisccoulsonmicahg - i am19:47
micahgchrisccoulson: we need to decide about enigmail-locales, if we're dropping it, we need to get language-selector updated for 10.04.1 (which was just pushed back 2 weeks)19:48
chrisccoulsoni think we're still pretty much frozen for 10.04.1 though19:49
chrisccoulsoni'll try and find out19:49
micahgchrisccoulson: the email today said to bug fixes are fine19:49
micahgand I think this is on the list anyways19:49
chrisccoulsonah, ok. i've not read my emails yet19:50
micahgyes, still on the list, so, we have 1 week to decide19:50
micahgchrisccoulson: ^^19:55
chrisccoulsonis there a bug report tracking it?19:55
micahgbug 57201819:56
ubot2Launchpad bug 572018 in debian (and 3 other projects) "enigmail-locales weren't updated for 1.0.1 enigmail release (affects: 13) (dups: 2) (heat: 122)" [Unknown,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/57201819:56
chrisccoulsonmicahg - ok, we should update the language-selector then to not pull in the broken translations20:01
chrisccoulsonbut the bug report should probably have a language-selector task20:01
chrisccoulsonand i'll ask pitti to remove them from maverick later20:01
micahgchrisccoulson: I was going to add one once you decided whether or not to drop it :)20:01
micahgchrisccoulson: I can take care of that too now that I can upload :)20:02
chrisccoulsoncool, that seems fine anyway20:02
micahgchrisccoulson: alright, I'll take care of all the tasks tonight then20:02
micahgchrisccoulson: I assume we should upload empty packages to lucid-updates as well so that people don't get conflicts on update?20:03
chrisccoulsoni'll ask mvo about that20:04
micahgchrisccoulson: unless we want update-manager to remove on upgrade?20:04
chrisccoulsonthat's what i'm wondering. but empty packages might be easier20:04
micahgchrisccoulson: yeah, ok, let me know if I need to work on that20:05
micahgchrisccoulson: how's the sprint going?20:06
chrisccoulsonyeah, it's going ok. i'm pretty tired though20:06
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