rickspencer3hiya robert_ancell00:15
robert_ancellrickspencer3, hey, sorry, missed our 9am00:16
rickspencer3robert_ancell, yeah yeah00:16
rickspencer3I tell ya' no respect00:16
rickspencer3^read in Rodney Dangerfield voice00:16
rickspencer3robert_ancell, as punishment, I shall ask you a question about my poor coding skills00:16
rickspencer3so, I have a gstreamer pipeline set up that is streaming the web cam, no problems00:17
rickspencer3now I want to save a picture out of that00:17
rickspencer3what do I do?00:17
rickspencer3I tried linking in a tee, but it fell over00:17
robert_ancellI think you need to make a jpeg sink or similar00:17
robert_ancellshort answer, I don't know00:18
rickspencer3robert_ancell, right, so I need to make a tee in order to keep the video flowing00:18
rickspencer3heh, someone in #gstreamer just told me to use camerabin00:18
* rickspencer3 checks00:18
kenvandinerobert_ancell, did you see bug 620733 ?03:25
ubot2Launchpad bug 620733 in empathy (Ubuntu) "Empathy does not remember settings (affects: 7) (dups: 3) (heat: 42)" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62073303:25
robert_ancellkenvandine, no, I'll have a look03:27
kenvandinebasically empathy isn't getting the default theme anymore03:28
kenvandinesince the move to gsettings03:28
kenvandinethe theme was set in the ubuntu-artwork package, as a gconf key03:28
kenvandinei have no idea what the right way to do that is03:28
robert_ancellhmm, I guess we want to modify ubuntu-artwork to set a gsettings key as well?03:29
robert_ancellwhat is the key?03:29
kenvandineone sec03:34
kenvandine /apps/empathy/conversation/theme adium03:35
kenvandine /usr/share/adium/message-styles/ubuntu.AdiumMessageStyle03:35
kenvandinerobert_ancell, ubuntu-artwork sets a bunch of gconf keys03:35
kenvandinemakes me wonder what else needs fixing03:36
robert_ancellI don't think anything else has migrated to gsettings - we can just change the defaults in the empathy gsettings key.  I think that is the best we can do at the moment03:37
jcastrohi kenvandine03:37
kenvandineyo jcastro03:37
jcastrospeaking of the artwork package ...03:37
ubot2Launchpad bug 629216 in ubuntu-wallpapers (Ubuntu) "Replace Cosmos "bundle" with existing wallpaper bundle (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New]03:38
jcastrothis was specced out at UDS but seems to have been dropped through a crack, how do I get it on someone's radar?03:38
micahgcould I get a lucid bug task on bug 62580103:38
ubot2Launchpad bug 625801 in gnome-web-photo (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "gnome-web-photo missing required libxul.so (affects: 1) (heat: 10)" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62580103:38
kenvandinejcastro, humm... weird that comes from gnome-screensaver03:40
kenvandineso that will change screensaver as well03:40
kenvandinejcastro, did you see i uploaded the contest wallpapers?03:40
jcastrokenvandine: oh really, I didn't know that, odd, I would have thought the wallpaper thing did it03:41
kenvandinejcastro, so you want those same contest wallpapers to be available as a bundle?03:41
jcastroin place of "cosmos"03:41
jcastrosince that's kind of old/not very good/off brand03:41
kenvandinewhy not in addition too?03:41
jcastroget the space back. :)03:41
kenvandineit wouldn't add space03:41
jcastroThe idea was replacing cosmos completely03:42
jcastronot just the bundle03:42
kenvandineok, it would require an exception03:46
kenvandineok, i figured out how to do it03:49
kenvandinejcastro, not hard... get someone to ok it as an exception and i'll whip it up then03:50
kenvandinejcastro, so i have the ubuntu bundle locally now :)04:17
jcastrokenvandine: here's the WI, which was supposed to be A3: https://blueprints.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/design-m-wallpaper-competition04:19
jcastrokenvandine: ok I followed all the FFe instructions, the only thing I can't really vouch for is risk and testing you've done.04:30
kenvandinejcastro, want to test it?04:49
kenvandinejcastro, you've got mail04:57
jcastrokenvandine: working over here05:00
kenvandinedoesn't remove the cosmos stuff, since that is in gnome-screensavers05:00
jcastroI already reassigned the bug to that package05:01
jcastrooh well05:01
jcastrokenvandine: what's the interval?05:01
kenvandinenot sure05:03
kenvandinei think it changes a few times a day...05:03
kenvandinebut it's configurable05:03
jcastrook I've installed it on 2 machines, I'll use it for a while05:03
kenvandinenot sure what increment is05:03
kenvandineit is "5"05:04
kenvandinewhatever that means :)05:04
kenvandineit isn't 5m05:04
jcastrothis is a nice little touch, I think people will dig it05:04
jcastrohigh five05:04
kenvandinei think this should stay in ubuntu-wallpapers and remove cosmos from gnome-screensavers05:05
kenvandineif we want to save the space05:05
jcastroI agree05:05
kenvandinebut they belong here05:05
jcastroit's not just the space, cosmos just doesn't fit anywhere05:05
kenvandinepushing my branch is taking forever05:05
kenvandineslow ass uplink05:05
jcastrofor N we should look at listing bundles seperately05:06
jcastroso people can just easily find it05:06
kenvandinewhat do you mean?05:06
jcastroright now the bundle is like in the middle of the appearance window thumbnails05:06
jcastrothey should be like, grouped together or something05:07
kenvandinei see05:07
kenvandineit is alphabetical now05:07
kenvandinei named this "Contest"05:07
jcastrofor N I think we should do, from left to right, the default wallpaper, then the bundle, then the solid color05:10
jcastrofor the first row05:10
jcastroand then just file the other ones after that in whatever order05:11
kenvandinemakes sense05:12
* kenvandine really needs a faster connection05:13
kenvandinehate this uplink!05:13
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robert_ancelldesrt, ping06:33
desrtrobert_ancell: hey07:30
desrtwhat is up, dude?07:30
dmartinezchi, i'm not sure but i think i found a little but07:33
dmartinezcin nautilus, when you try to change de name of a folder in "places", you rigth click on te icon and select rename but after hitting enter the name remains the same until you reboot the browser...07:33
dmartinezcworks ok using C-b07:36
robert_ancelldesrt, hey, a question about gsettings - is there a way to have two multiple schemas with the same key?  There is a gconf-defaults settings I need to migrate07:52
desrtrobert_ancell: you can overlap schemas08:03
robert_ancelldesrt, so the particular example is if you have ubuntu-artwork installed the default empathy theme is set to the one in that package - where do I add a schema to change the standard emapthy default to the new ubuntu theme default?08:05
desrtthis sounds like a use for override files08:05
robert_ancellany documentation?08:06
desrtmclasen was going to write some08:07
desrti think he actually did, too08:07
didrocksgood morning08:08
desrthm.  i don't see the docs08:08
desrtinstall a file into the glib-2.0/schemas/ directory08:09
desrtending with .gschema.override08:09
desrtit should look like this:08:09
desrtthat should take care of it08:09
robert_ancelland they're loaded in strcmp order?08:09
desrt      g_ptr_array_sort (overrides, compare_strings);08:10
robert_ancelland I'll need to run glib-compile-schemas I guess08:10
robert_ancelldesrt, ok, thanks!08:10
desrti'm not sure what happens if you have two overrides for the same key08:10
desrti suspect the one that happens later wins08:10
desrtdidrocks: good morning :)08:10
desrtcertainly an override file always beats the original schema file, though08:11
desrtall overrides are done after all schemas have been loaded08:11
didrockshey desrt, how are you ?08:16
robert_ancelldesrt, heh, I notice dconf-editor doesn't understand overrides. They work well otherwise, thanks!08:26
didrocksLaney: hey, do you have any news vs new banshee?08:31
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Laneydidrocks: working hard to package all the libs08:45
didrocksLaney: do not hesitate if you need any help08:45
didrocks(not that I have nothing to do, but if you need… ;))08:45
Laneydidrocks: just time08:55
Laneywe uploaded new gio-sharp to debian NEW08:55
Laneygkeyfile-sharp waits for sponsoring again to NEW08:55
didrocksLaney: when do you think we can get that to universe? (I'm afraid if we don't have the call for testing today, it will be hard to get it to default to UNE)08:55
Laneydidrocks: right now we could upload a version without the new hardware support08:56
Laneywould that work?08:56
Laneythen you can have another revision with it enabled in a few days08:56
didrocksLaney: no, because we can't get hal back to the CD08:56
didrocks(you mean 1.7.4, right?)08:57
Laneyor .5 with the new stuff turned off08:57
didrocksbut it's still requires hal then, right?08:57
didrocksyeah, that doesn't solve the issue so :-)08:57
Laneyit's not all ready for upload yet, that's the problem08:58
didrocksotherwise, i will have promoted 1.7.2 by default some weeks ago already ;)08:58
didrocksright, I understand08:58
Laneyif you want then a package for gtk-sharp-beans is needed08:58
didrocksit's just that I wanted to make you aware from the timeline08:58
Laneybut coordinate with meebey on #debian-cli because he was going to work on it08:58
Laneyit's an unstable library: copy the packaging of gio-sharp from git08:58
didrockswe are already really really late, that's why I honestly think that the release team won't accept it by default if we don't have this week-end testing08:58
didrocksheading to #debian-cli08:59
LaneyI have to go do some real work now, will be back soon08:59
didrockssure, see you :)08:59
seb128hey there09:00
seb128how is everybody doing?09:00
didrockssalut seb128, I'm fine there :)09:00
seb128I'm fine thanks09:00
seb128did some tweaking to my config, my IRC should stop connecting on session start09:01
seb128which will avoid having join, quit when I start the computer but don't want to start IRC yet :p09:01
didrocksgreat, no more seb128's flickering :-)09:04
seb128should be better09:04
seb128I sometime get isp flickering or restart my session for testing but should less that it was09:05
didrockswhat's your isp again? orange?09:05
* didrocks notes that to not take it for his new accomodation :-)09:06
seb128the issue is rather being not really close from them09:06
seb128in fact it's over the noise level they sell dsl09:06
didrocksok, the NRA is far from home?09:06
seb128it was quite some argumentation to convince them to try09:06
didrocksyeah, that can't be fixed easily, apart from paying a lot to build a new NRA closer :-)09:06
seb128something like 6km09:07
seb128see I don't blame them a lot09:07
didrocksyeah, in that case, it sounds inevitable09:07
seb128not complaining it works most of the time09:09
rodrigo_is LP down?09:09
seb128it's just flacky sometime when it rains09:09
seb128hey rodrigo_09:10
seb128rodrigo_, the code hosting is yes09:10
* vish confused if that^ was a joke or true :)09:10
seb128"Launchpad: Code hosting offline 8.00-9.30 UTC on Friday 3rd September"09:10
baptistemmdidrocks: \./09:11
baptistemmit's friday !!!!09:11
seb128lut baptistemm09:11
didrocksbaptistemm: yeah, salut! can you paste me the link again please? ;)09:11
didrocksbaptistemm: does it requires feature freeze exception?09:11
vishoh its friday..!!! i had to remind didrocks about SRU Bug 58785309:12
ubot2Launchpad bug 587853 in cheese (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "After video recording, record/take photo button becomes disabled (affects: 2) (dups: 1) (heat: 58)" [Low,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/58785309:12
didrocksseb128: it's a new release of bluez IIRC or something bluetoohish :)09:13
didrocksvish: yeah, doing it today :)09:13
baptistemmdidrocks: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bluez/+bug/62577109:13
ubot2Launchpad bug 625771 in bluez (Ubuntu) "Sponsor new upstream release (affects: 2) (heat: 12)" [High,New]09:13
vishdidrocks: thanks :)09:14
* didrocks shoudn't tell everyone "ping me on Friday", it works too well :-)09:14
didrocksbaptistemm: does it require a feature freeze exception? can you get it in that case?09:14
didrocksbaptistemm: it seems they are some new support (not only bug fixing release)09:15
seb128see my comment on that bug09:15
seb128baptistemm, are you sure you maverick version is broken?09:15
seb128baptistemm, wasn't your breakage the udev change pitti fixed around the time you updated?09:15
seb128baptistemm, could you install the maverick version and make sure it's broken09:15
baptistemmseb128: I use 4.69 on 2 machines (1 maverick and 1 lucid) and both are broken09:16
seb128there is nothing in that changelog that indicates it would fix your issue09:16
seb128baptistemm, what 4.69?09:16
seb128baptistemm, bug #https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bluez/4.69-0ubuntu209:16
seb128bug #62191109:16
ubot2Launchpad bug 621911 in bluez (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 1 other project) "Bluetooth device not detected (affects: 3) (heat: 356)" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62191109:16
seb128baptistemm, ^ did you check that's not this bug that you have?09:17
seb128I would bet it's that and not the update09:17
seb128you just included that change in your update09:17
seb128didrocks, ^09:18
baptistemmokay, I'll look to that09:19
didrocks(seb128: I follow the discussion)09:19
seb128baptistemm, didrocks: in any case it needs a ubuntu-release review09:19
seb128I'm not wanting to approve this one09:19
seb128it has a lot of new code09:19
seb128I would rather back the few fixes if they are required09:20
didrockshence my request for FFe :) didn't look at the code yet but if you did that, yeah, seems a big change09:20
seb128I didn't no09:21
seb128I just read the NEWS summary09:21
seb128lot of adding09:21
seb128oh, chrome advertisment09:51
seb128mvo, hi10:11
seb128mvo, bug #628823, do you understand it? should it be maverick tasked or not?10:11
ubot2Launchpad bug 628823 in software-center (Ubuntu) "password request for proxy access everytime the install button is clicked (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62882310:11
mvoseb128: yeah, aptdaemon changed recently10:16
mvoseb128: but it should remember the auth for this :/10:16
mvoglatzor: do you have a idea about this? https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/software-center/+bug/62882310:17
ubot2Launchpad bug 628823 in software-center (Ubuntu) "password request for proxy access everytime the install button is clicked (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New]10:17
seb128I'm sure mvo will hates me rsn for all the pings I'm giving him since yesterday ;-)10:18
* seb128 hugs mvo10:19
seb128mvo, I've the feeling bug #612825 is yours as well10:21
mvoseb128: heh, not at all, and I fixed a bunch of them10:21
ubot2Launchpad bug 612825 in language-selector (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 1 other project) "can't install new languages (nothing happen) (affects: 5) (heat: 30)" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61282510:21
seb128mvo, I would not be surprised if language selector would need to be updated for aptdaemon changes10:21
mvoyeah, I take care of this10:22
mvoit needs a maintainer btw ;)10:22
seb128you are made of awesome10:22
* mvo wonders if seb128 volunteers10:22
seb128I will make you get plenty of tea at UDS10:22
seb128mvo, lol, nice try10:22
seb128I can volunteer people in my team though ;-)10:23
mvowas worth a try ;)10:23
seb128you should join the desktop team10:23
seb128I would volunteer you :p10:23
* didrocks +1 on that :-)10:25
mvoseb128: E_NOT_MY_TEAM ;)10:26
didrocksseb128: ok, so I'm targetting all https://edge.launchpad.net/unity/+milestone/2010-09-09 bugs to maverick, right? (even the design ones?)10:33
seb128didrocks, no, only the ones you think that are blockers10:33
didrocksseb128: ok, that's the high ones so, doing that now10:34
seb128didrocks, can you assign the ubuntu task to canonical-dx-team?10:34
seb128the maverick task10:34
didrocksseb128: sure, will do10:34
seb128so we are sure they are tracked and dx is accounted for those10:34
seb128didrocks, thanks!10:34
* seb128 hugs didrocks10:34
didrocksthanks ;)10:34
* didrocks hugs seb128 back10:35
seb128great work on this list ;-)10:35
seb128so at least we know where we stand10:35
didrocksright, we know where the important issues are for us! :)10:37
didrocksseb128: ok, done and they appears on https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+milestone/ubuntu-10.10. Doesn't seem you need to ack anything, right?10:48
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seb128didrocks, seems correct10:50
seb128I'm a bit surprised10:50
seb128I though that nomination was restricted to drivers10:50
didrocksyeah, that's weird10:50
didrocksthe only one I didn't set is bug #62001110:52
ubot2Launchpad bug 620011 in software-center (Ubuntu) (and 3 other projects) "[master] software-center crashed with AttributeError in _parse_and_or_not_tag() (affects: 11) (dups: 10) (heat: 90)" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62001110:52
didrocksI don't know if it needed only USC fix or if something in unity-place-applications is really needed. Will ask kamstrup on Monday10:52
seb128not sure, yeah better to check with kamstrup10:55
seb128lot of noise on the nominations review list11:02
seb128mvo, bug #16518111:02
ubot2Launchpad bug 165181 in synaptic (Debian) (and 1 other project) "Order by "Supported" Column Slow (affects: 12) (dups: 5) (heat: 82)" [Unknown,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/16518111:02
seb128is that fixed now?11:02
seb128it's fix commited for over a month it seems11:03
mvoI think it is, let me check11:10
mvoseb128: hm, stll very slow11:10
mvoseb128: I check it11:11
seb128mvo, thanks11:11
mvobut I want the gdebi fix in return ;)11:11
mvothe 91_keep_fds11:11
seb128do you have a bug about that?11:13
ubot2Launchpad bug 620297 in vte (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 4 other projects) "gdebi-gtk fails with ''dpkg: unable to read filedescriptor flags...." (affects: 28) (dups: 2) (heat: 123)" [Medium,Confirmed]11:14
mvorobert broke it11:14
seb128he will fix it next week don't worry11:15
seb128I will make sure of that ;-)11:15
rodrigo_seb128, can you please merge https://code.launchpad.net/~rodrigo-moya/ubuntu/maverick/couchdb-glib/0_6_96_release/+merge/34206 ? the package has now been accepted11:17
rodrigo_seb128, and, btw, you merged the tomboy branch before the package has been accepted, is that ok?11:17
seb128yes, since that was uploaded11:17
rodrigo_was it?11:18
rodrigo_yes, seems it was11:19
rodrigo_I didn't get any mail (or I missed it)11:19
rodrigo_ok then, sorry :)11:19
rodrigo_seb128, well, no, it's still in the queue -> http://launchpadlibrarian.net/54777247/tomboy_1.3.2-1ubuntu3_source.changes11:20
rodrigo_seb128, also please merge https://code.launchpad.net/~rodrigo-moya/ubuntu/maverick/evolution-couchdb/0_5_0_release/+merge/34208 <- package just accepted11:28
bilalakhtarHaven't we gone back to the FF and UIF?11:32
bilalakhtarWhy are packages still in the queue?11:33
rodrigo_bilalakhtar, they seem to being accepted as we speak11:33
jpdsAnyone here familiar with gnome-language-selector ?11:47
seb128jpds, try mvo11:50
seb128mvo, sorry ;-)11:50
seb128jpds, or just ask there on the channel rather11:50
seb128rodrigo_, well if something is in the queue it has been uploaded11:51
seb128rodrigo_, it makes sense to merge when it's in the queue otherwise somebody will come and work on the vcs and upload a drop your changes11:51
rodrigo_seb128, ah, ok11:51
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Laneyrodrigo_: why did you upload that broken fix to tomboy?12:28
rodrigo_Laney, why is it broken?12:28
LaneyI told you why it was broken.12:28
rodrigo_Laney, and I told you why it's not12:28
LaneyYou need to fix the library or patch to provide the dependency12:28
rodrigo_Laney, libsyncdaemon is DllImport'ed12:29
Laneyit's almost never right to add binary dependencies like that12:29
Laneyyeah I know12:29
rodrigo_so, debhelpers don't get it in shlibs-depends12:29
Laneythat's not correct12:29
Laneydh_clideps is perfectly able to resolve shlib dependencies12:29
rodrigo_Laney, and why is it not getting them?12:31
Laneyas I said in the bug, perhaps your dllmap is wrong (is there one? is one required?)12:31
LaneyPerhaps the shlibs provided by syncdaemon aren't right.12:31
rodrigo_dllmap? you mean the DllImport statement?12:33
didrocksbryceh: for bug #627531, the tag "edgers" means the issue is in xorg-edgers ppa or the fix is in xorg-edgers ppa? :) (here, the report is that the new version fixes the issue, we set the bug this way to tell people experiencing the issue that there is a workaround available as I guess new version won't get in maverick)12:34
ubot2Launchpad bug 627531 in unity (Ubuntu) (and 2 other projects) "Bad performance with Nvidia 6600 GT and nvidia-current (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62753112:34
didrockshum, amd64 builders are in trouble because of libglib2.0-bin (don't have a amd64 pbuilder, can't test)13:10
seb128didrocks, notabug13:12
seb128you just need to wait for the amd64 glib to be published13:12
seb128then retry those13:12
didrocksseb128: the -dev and -bin binary aren't published in the same round? I'm puzzled13:13
didrockslibglib2.0-dev : Depends: libglib2.0-bin (= 2.25.14-1ubuntu2) but it is not going to be installed13:13
sorenIt doesn't say it's not available.13:14
sorenjust that it's not going to be installed.13:14
sorentry "sudo apt-get install libglib2.0-bin" and see what it wants to do. Probably remove some other package or something.13:15
seb128didrocks, it depends on the data13:15
seb128which is arch all and built on i38613:15
seb128not sure why, that's a bug13:16
didrocksseb128: oh right, didn't thought about that case13:16
didrocksthat explains so :)13:16
didrockssoren: I normally do that in that case, but I don't have any amd64 there and i386 is fine13:16
seb128didrocks, I will fix it in the next upload13:17
didrocksso, ok, got it now, should be due to arch all and arch amd6413:17
sorendidrocks: Oh, I did't realise it was something you pasted froma build log. I thought it was from your own box.13:17
ograamd64 is so last century ... use arm !13:17
didrocksseb128: thanks  :)13:17
sorenogra: arm is next century. This century is still amd64. Calm down :)13:17
didrocksogra: at least, you have the time to see the build log in real time, right? ;)13:17
ograsoren, lol13:18
seb128ogra, where can I get hardware for it?13:18
ogradidrocks, not with the pandaboard :)13:18
ograseb128, want HW ? i can arrange that !13:18
didrocks"pandaboard", what a nice name :)13:18
seb128ogra, would that mean signing for extra work on it?13:18
ograthe case for it is called bamboo :)13:18
didrocksseb128: be careful, then, you will have all the "wrong alignment" FTBFS to fix ;)13:18
ograseb128, nah, i'd just bug you daily about FTBFs .... *g*13:19
ograbut really, the panda is some serious HW, dual core 1GHz and 1G RAM ... with a fats USB disk you smart out ATOM13:20
ograthey're supposed to be on the market with the maverick release13:20
didrockssounds great ;)13:21
ograi hope we can get one for everybody at canonical ... or at least one for every team13:22
ogra(and with a price of $120 it should also be achievable for the community)13:24
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kenvandineogra, what's the panda?13:48
ograkenvandine, the upcoming OMAP4 board from TI13:48
ograsuccessor of the beagleboard13:48
* kenvandine really wants a netbook with that kind of specs13:49
ograi guess they will happen at some point13:49
kenvandinesomeday, i guess13:49
ografirst the board needs to come out :)13:49
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kklimondacan we still update parts of GNOME to new upstream release if the one we hasn't been updated to 2.31.x even once at this point?14:14
seb128kklimonda, which one?14:14
kklimondaseb128: hamster-applet14:15
kklimondaso nothing important I think14:15
seb128you can update14:15
seb128we did decide to not update some14:15
seb128but that one is not in that case14:15
kklimondaok, thanks14:16
bcurtiswxgood morning all14:25
kenvandinejcastro, animated wallpapers don't work in unity14:27
kenvandinejcastro, that is why we weren't seeing the change last night...14:28
kenvandinejcastro, i filed bug 62950714:28
ubot2Launchpad bug 629507 in unity (Ubuntu) "animated wallpapers do not work (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62950714:28
kenvandinewhich i am sure will be low priority at this point14:28
bcurtiswxdidrocks, ping for empathy 2.30.3 review14:30
didrocksbcurtiswx: sure, on other stuff right now. I'll then14:31
bcurtiswxdidrocks, no prob, just doing what you told me to before ;)14:31
didrockssure :)14:31
* didrocks should really avoid telling people "ping me on Friday" ;)14:31
didrocksno worry :)14:32
didrocksjames_w`: hum, I guess I have a bzr merge-upstream issue there (I think it's a timestamp issue)14:33
james_w`didrocks: oh dear, have a traceback?14:33
didrocksjames_w`: not really, more on concepts14:34
didrocksjames_w`: do you want to branch?14:34
didrockstrunk: lp:~unity-team/unity/trunk  packaging branch: lp:~unity-team/unity/packaging14:34
seb128james_w`, hey14:35
seb128james_w`, did you ever open a bug about the one I was having some time ago?14:35
seb128kenvandine, hey14:35
kenvandinehey seb12814:35
didrocksjames_w`: there was a inline patch imported from trunk (file data/device.png)14:35
seb128kenvandine, how are you?14:35
kenvandinegood, and you?14:36
seb128kenvandine, did you get ok feedback on the twitter changes?14:36
didrocksjames_w`: after the merge, I checked that both have the same id (devices.png-20100831134702-wmobjem4md8t06s1-1)14:36
seb128kenvandine, i'm fine thanks ;-)14:36
kenvandinefrom the ppa, all positive14:36
kenvandinefor both lucid and maverick14:36
kenvandinelet me check for -proposed14:36
seb128didrocks, I did bzr merge the revision and reverted part of it14:36
james_w`seb128: which one was that (I think it's fixed)14:36
didrocksjames_w`: but when in bzr bd, I got:14:36
didrocksdpkg-source: error: cannot represent change to unity-0.2.34/data/devices.png: binary file contents changed14:36
didrocksdpkg-source: unrepresentable changes to source14:36
didrocksseb128: yeah, but not the device.png one14:36
kenvandineseb128, did you see ryan's article on ars about it?14:37
seb128kenvandine, not yet, will read it later when I'm done with work ;-)14:37
james_w`didrocks: let me have a look myself14:37
didrocksjames_w`: seb128: so, even if they get the same id (but not the same timestamp), it seems that bzr bd/dpkg-souce try to get it as an inline patch14:37
didrocksthanks james_w` :)14:37
kenvandineseb128, one confirmed14:37
seb128james_w`, the merge upstream one I had on indicator-sounds14:37
kenvandineanother seems to have confirmed it, but complained about the easy to miss save button14:38
faganhmmmmm im getting a weird crash with telepathy-idle that sets off apport but the traceback cant be retrieved :/14:38
kenvandinewhich we know about already14:38
seb128james_w`, I'm not sure what the stacktrace was now, but if it's fixed great ;-)14:38
kenvandinenothing new :)14:38
james_w`seb128: something about "inconsistent delta" IIRC?14:38
seb128fagan, how weird? is that an abort without message thing?14:38
seb128james_w`, yes14:38
bilalakhtarhello there kenvandine ! The gwibber OAuth changes look good, congrats!14:38
james_w`seb128: yeah, will be in the next upload14:38
seb128james_w`, ERROR: An inconsistent delta was supplied involving u'/vapi', 'vapi-20100621103135-gycdn15933l3irmh-1'14:38
seb128that was14:38
faganseb128: its when you get a load of unread messages like 200 and click on the window and then crashes14:39
kenvandineseb128, it's a really good article... and he even includes a slight obfuscated consumer_key and secret from the official android twitter client :)14:39
seb128james_w`, you rock, thanks14:39
seb128kenvandine, nice ;-)14:39
kenvandineto show how easy it is to get from a proprietary app14:39
faganseb128: its very reproducible14:39
bilalakhtaryes kenvandine ?14:40
didrocksjames_w`: thinking about it, dpkg-source maybe only rely on timestamp, and as bzr merge (from unknown reason there), got a different one, I don't know what to do…14:41
james_w`didrocks: dpkg-source doesn't rely on timestamps14:42
faganseb128: apport give a message that the traceback cant be retrieved because its an assertion failure or something14:42
didrocksjames_w`: ok, so the issue is not from there. I'm really puzzled so why it wants it to the diff.gz :)14:43
faganif you want I can give you the exact message in an hour14:43
seb128fagan, right without an error message, what I told you before14:43
seb128fagan, not especially interested but open a bug about it14:43
seb128get a stacktrace using gdb14:43
faganseb128: ill crash it then and see what breaks the empathy debug says14:44
james_w`didrocks: is there a tarball for this merge-upstream14:44
didrocksjames_w`: if you uscan, you should get it14:44
didrocksjames_w`: http://edge.launchpad.net/unity/0.2/2010-09-02/+download/unity-0.2.34.tar.gz14:45
kenvandineseb128, i don't know how many confirmations we want to get on the SRU before pushing it through... what is proposed has to be better than what is in lucid now, considering it doesn't work for one of the most popular services14:47
didrocksjames_w`: thanks for looking at it :)14:47
seb128kenvandine, not sure, maybe check with cjwatson?14:48
james_w`didrocks:  the packaging still tries to copy debian/*.png14:48
james_w`so it's not going to build anway ;-)14:49
james_w`not the cause of this though...14:49
didrocksjames_w`: right, fixing this now :)14:49
james_w`didrocks: that file is missing from the upstream tarball14:53
didrocksjames_w`: urgh, ok, will blame dx so :) thanks and sorry for the trouble :)14:54
james_w`didrocks: np14:54
didrocksjames_w`: I owe you a beer for next UDS (or njpatel's rather ;))14:54
* didrocks hugs james_w`14:54
james_w`didrocks: you can "bzr mv" it in to debian and then not change the packaging :-)14:54
didrocksjames_w`: well, it seems we have issues with daily build and source format 3, but that needs confirming first14:55
james_w`v3 quilt?14:55
james_w`bug 614768 by any chance?14:56
ubot2Launchpad bug 614768 in launchpad-code (and 1 other project) "Unable to build dpkg v3 (quilt) packages (affects: 7) (dups: 1) (heat: 42)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61476814:56
* didrocks opens14:56
didrocksjames_w`: yeah, that one14:57
james_w`yeah, sorry about that14:57
rickspencer3seb128, hey, did the retracers get back up yesterday?14:57
james_w`if you have cunning suggestions for fixing it, I am all ears14:58
seb128rickspencer3, hey, no, but they think they are close, they wait for #is to do a small change now14:58
seb128rickspencer3, we got those running briefly early today but hitting an another issue14:59
seb128rickspencer3, which should be a small hosts change on the box running the retracer to workaround...14:59
didrocksjames_w`: I'll look at it a little bit more. No worry, knowing from where the issue is, is still good :-) thanks!14:59
seb128rickspencer3, I will keep you updated14:59
rickspencer3thanks seb12815:02
* kenvandine is discovering that most twitter clients don't have any sort of test suite15:09
rodrigo_Laney, sorry, got distracted, so going to fix the last submission15:22
rodrigo_Laney, so, I need to add a xml file containing the dllmap to the patch?15:22
slomoseb128: ok, so please sync gst-plugins-ugly0.10 0.10.16-1 from debian/experimental :) there are no ubuntu changes and no changes are necessary15:30
seb128slomo, can you ping cjwatson about it?15:31
slomoseb128: and gst-plugins-good0.10 0.10.25-1 is in debian/experimental too now15:31
seb128I can do syncs right now and he was doing some earlier15:31
hyperairseb128: ping15:47
seb128contextless ping though15:48
hyperairseb128: i'm updating libgpod at the moment, and i was wondering.. what's this 90_speed_itdb_resolve.dpatch?15:48
hyperairseb128: also i'm wondering how libgpod's SOVERSION remains at 4.2.0 when configure.ac shows it's 6:1:0 already15:50
seb128something teuf wrote15:50
seb128without that syncing ipods before eject was ten times slower15:50
hyperairi see.15:50
hyperairhow come it wasn't applied upstraem?15:51
dobeyhey seb12815:51
seb128dunno, ask teuf15:51
seb128he was not sure he would not have side effect and wanted it tested first15:51
hyperairi see.15:51
didrocksbcurtiswx: can you drop me the bug number again, please?16:11
bcurtiswxdidrocks, bug #62365716:12
ubot2Launchpad bug 623657 in empathy (Ubuntu Lucid) (and 1 other project) "New Upstream Release 2.30.3 (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62365716:12
didrocksbcurtiswx: hum, looks good, do you want me to port that to lp:~ubuntu-desktop/empathy/lucid ? we normallly use that, but it's not a big requirement16:14
bcurtiswxdidrocks, well i was confused because when i branched that I only got the debian directory16:15
didrocksbcurtiswx: yeah, that's how the desktop team work right now16:15
didrocksbcurtiswx: did you hear about the merge mode?16:15
bcurtiswxdidrocks, nope, i was guessing at that time that you took the original source code as is, and just used the debian directory to house patches etc..16:16
didrocksbcurtiswx: well, don't bother for now, I'll sponsor as it is and do the required change. Next time you want to work on an desktop component, just ping me, we will take time to see that together, sounds ok?16:16
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bcurtiswxdidrocks, sounds OK to me.  how about the next empathy maverick update?16:18
didrocksbcurtiswx: this is for lucid right? empathy in maverick is already, latest one :)16:18
didrocksbcurtiswx: at next update, if you want to handle it, just ping me, we will see together, ok?16:19
bcurtiswxdidrocks, sorry if i confused you.  I'm OK with the changes you'll be doing for Lucid.  Did you want to see together for the next empathy maverick update?16:19
didrocksbcurtiswx: sure, that would be great :)16:20
didrocksbcurtiswx: ok, back to the SRU, in the process, you have now to:16:20
didrocks1. subscribe ubuntu-sru16:20
didrocks2. copy the full debian/changelog of the change16:20
didrocks3. write a testcase16:20
didrocks(the testcase here can be pretty fast, like, "installing the new version, opening a conversation, checking that…"16:21
didrocks(as it's not fixing a precise bug)16:21
didrocksI'm building it there and testing on my lucid box16:22
bcurtiswxdidrocks, copy the full changelog from my branch to the bug you mean?16:23
bcurtiswxcopy-paste as a comment?16:23
didrocksbcurtiswx: right16:23
bcurtiswxdidrocks, OK16:24
didrocksbcurtiswx: the changelog is just your change, the 10 lines thing16:24
bcurtiswxdidrocks, OK16:24
didrocksthanks :)16:24
bcurtiswxdidrocks, changelog and testcase added as comments16:27
didrocksbaptistemm: all sounds great thanks! currently building :)16:27
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ftarhythmbox segfauls on exit (in libindicate)16:38
seb128known issue16:38
seb128tedg is working on it16:38
ftagood, thanks16:38
baptistemmdidrocks: sorry, but what are you talking about?16:43
didrocksoupsss, s/baptistemm/bcurtiswx16:43
didrocksbaptistemm: sorry for the wrong ping :)16:43
* didrocks will patch weechat soon for autocompletion when there is more than one result…16:44
baptistemmmental completion ftw16:44
didrocksbaptistemm: give me a patch! :)16:45
ftakenvandine, in the app indicator, i see several times the same entry for gwibber16:45
kenvandineyou mean in the messaging menu?16:46
kenvandinefta, the main Broadcast one? or messages?16:46
ftakenvandine, the one where liferea/xchat/evo show their numbers16:47
kenvandinefta, ok, messaging menu then16:47
kenvandineis it "Broadcast" that you are seeing more than one of?16:48
kenvandineor for messages16:48
didrocksvish: I can't reproduce the cheese bug16:49
kenvandinefta, earlier this week i fixed a bug related to dupe messages appearing there.. but now it should only display unique message ids16:49
ftakenvandine, http://people.ubuntu.com/~fta/gwibber-menu.png16:51
kenvandineok, are you sure those are the same message?16:51
kenvandineand what version of gwibber?16:51
faganim getting that too with the updated version16:52
kenvandinewith 2.31.91-0ubuntu2?16:52
faganone min ill just recheck16:52
fagancould someone do an @shanefagan on twitter to check16:53
fta2.31.91-0ubuntu1 here16:53
vishdidrocks: on lucid?16:53
kenvandinefta, ok that is the bug i fixed then16:53
ftakenvandine, hm, ok, upgrading then..16:53
kenvandineubuntu2 has a patch that fixes the dupe16:53
kenvandinefagan, can you confirm?16:54
faganyeah im on 2.31.91-0ubuntu216:54
popeyfagan: done16:54
kenvandinefagan, have you restart gwibber-service since updating?16:54
faganoh ok the restart fixes it16:54
faganthanks popey16:55
kenvandineit was still running the code with the bug16:55
ftais there already a bug for the new theme(s) making most windows difficult to resize?16:55
didrocksvish: yeah, on lucid. If I click on Stop Recording, waiting for a few seconds and I can slick on start recording again16:55
kenvandineit also fixes the dupe notifications :)16:55
didrocksvish: the button is just greyed for a few seconds here (time to save the video, maybe?)16:55
vishdidrocks: weird.. it still doesnt work here.. for a long time , and there are dups as well ..16:56
fagankenvandine: a bit off topic but can we have it opening on the replies page when you click the notification?16:56
didrocksvish: ok, will rely on you and the fix, installing to confirming I have no regression first :)16:56
kenvandinefagan, yeah..16:57
kenvandinei was working on trying to do that last night16:57
vishdidrocks: yeah , fillipo tested the fix and is subscribed to the bug too :)16:57
kenvandinesome reason that code doesn't work anymore... and i can't see why16:57
kenvandinehasn't worked since the move to sqlite16:57
* popey wonders if we're likely to get "follow" feature in gwibber any time soon?16:57
fagankenvandine: and it should remove all of the notifications of messages when you click one IMO16:58
didrocksvish: at least, I can say it still works here with the fix, so pushing in -proposed :)16:58
faganI found myself having to click through all of the notifications to clear them out when I already looked at the messages16:58
* fagan really should have done the complaining earlier in the release :D16:59
kenvandinefagan, yeah17:00
kenvandinefagan, would you mind filing a bug if one doesn't exist and go ahead and assign it to me?17:00
didrocksvish: done, thanks ;) now it's time to chase ubuntu-sru guys!17:00
fagankenvandine: sure17:01
vishdidrocks: thanks :)17:01
kenvandinei don't have a bug in my list for it, but i do have a note that it is annoying :)17:01
faganwow thats new launchpad failed to log me in17:02
brycehdidrocks, 'edgers' is sort of non-official, I'm not sure we have a definitive description.  I think in this case it means the person didn't repro it on edgers.  Generally a bug that exists  in edgers but not the distro ought to be filed upstream instead.  (But there's always exceptions..)17:05
didrocksbryceh: yeah, but in that case, it was different: it's "we have the bug on ubuntu but the new version on edgers fix it" :)17:06
didrocksbryceh: I was just curious about the tag, as long as the bug is opened for people knowing they can have a workaround if they found the performance issue, it's ok17:06
brycehdidrocks, yeah really I think 'edgers' has no meaning in this context, but there's no way to easily mark the bug "fix exists" in this case since it's proprietary17:07
didrocksbryceh: right17:07
seb128kenvandine, bug #62868617:08
ubot2Launchpad bug 628686 in gwibber (Ubuntu) "gwibber crashed with DBusException in call_blocking() (affects: 1) (heat: 10)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62868617:08
seb128bug #62013917:08
ubot2Launchpad bug 620139 in gwibber (Ubuntu) "gwibber-service crashed with ValueError in raw_decode() (affects: 10) (heat: 52)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62013917:08
fagankenvandine: you have to add yourself because im not in a team with you so I cant :) https://bugs.launchpad.net/gwibber/+bug/62962317:08
ubot2Launchpad bug 629623 in gwibber "Remove messaging menu notifications in a single click (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New]17:08
seb128kenvandine, can you make sure you fix those for maverick? ara wants her gwibber back ;-)17:08
arahehe :D17:08
arakenvandine, seb128: thanks :)17:09
kenvandinehummm bug 628686 is meaningless, i think17:09
ubot2Launchpad bug 628686 in gwibber (Ubuntu) "gwibber crashed with DBusException in call_blocking() (affects: 1) (heat: 10)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62868617:09
kenvandinewhich sucks... i know17:09
faganWasnt that bug from back in lucid17:09
kenvandinehowever bug 620139 is very interesting17:11
ubot2kenvandine: Bug 620139 on http://launchpad.net/bugs/620139 is private17:11
kenvandinepedro_, does that happen when there are no accounts?17:11
pedro_kenvandine, no, i have more accounts created there but to me it's reproduced when creating/deleting a twitter account17:12
kenvandineseb128, i suppose it is ok  for me to upload my apport hook for gwibber that attaches the log file... not really a feature :)17:12
seb128kenvandine, right, just make sure it doesn't have private datas17:13
seb128like passwords17:13
pedro_i've deleted it because i was not getting updates from twitter, so i've recreated the account and got the crash17:13
kenvandineseb128, yeah, it doesn't17:13
kenvandineif you run it with debug enabled it might have twitter names in it... but that is all public info anyway17:13
seb128kenvandine, ok17:14
kenvandinepedro_, would you mind sending me your sqlite db?17:14
kenvandine ~/.config/gwibber/gwibber.sqlite?17:14
kenvandineit doesn't have passwords in it17:14
pedro_kenvandine, ok i'll send it to your email17:14
kenvandinebut does have messages from all your contacts17:14
kenvandinepedro_, thx...17:14
pedro_oh well i don't have any private there :-P17:14
didrockspedro_: you don't have any private life either? :-)17:16
* didrocks hides… ;)17:16
kenvandinepedro_, make sure you send it when it is broken :)17:16
pedro_didrocks, !17:17
* didrocks hugs pedro_17:17
pedro_kenvandine, it's totally busted now :-P17:17
* pedro_ hugs didrocks back17:17
kenvandinepedro_, yay :)17:17
slomoseb128: ok, all gstreamer stuff is updated now, including the multiverse stuff (except -good and cjwatson synced the pre-release of ugly but that's ok)17:29
seb128I will check everything next week17:29
seb128I'm busy with other things today17:29
slomono problem, good/ugly are not really important now... it's just a version number anyway :)17:30
didrocksthanks slomo, people was harrassing me this morning on the French forum about it ;)17:37
slomonp, people were getting on my nerves about it too :)17:39
didrocksheh :-)17:40
vishdidrocks: hmm, who opens the lucid task? only the SRU team?17:43
didrocksvish: they approve the task17:43
didrocksvish: you requested it, right?17:43
vishyup.. :)17:43
vishdidrocks: thanks.. was just confused , since sometimes i notice the desktop team opening the release task.. nvm :)17:44
* didrocks rereads the page in case…17:44
didrocksvish: Use Nominate for release to mark the bug as an SRU candidate for the appropriate Ubuntu releases (e. g. the current LTS and latest stable release), then subscribe ubuntu-sru.17:45
vishthats done..17:46
didrocksso, just nominate, don't approve it, seems ok :)17:46
didrocksvish: I think we approve it ourself when we are sure we want the update (like .1 GNOME release) to avoid too many work for the SRU team17:46
vishoh , i thought that part was for the person trying to nominate..17:47
vishand the approve was the person uploading the patch to -proposed..17:47
vishsru is too confusing :p17:47
didrocksvish: well, I'm unsure, but from the wiki page, I read that :-)17:47
vishyay! i'm not the only one confused ;)17:48
vishdidrocks: cool .. read the wiki again.. :)  "Once the archive admins approve and publish your upload, " so its the archive admins who approve :)17:50
didrocksvish: yeah, seems that. Not a big bugger in any case :)17:51
* vish unity daily testing time!!17:56
didrocksvish: you have another hw than ATI, now?17:59
vishdidrocks: hmm , i have an Acer Aspire One, too.. so intel.. :)18:00
vishbut sometimes , it just hangs.. i need to debug that..18:00
vishdidrocks: more importantly,  i want unity to work on the ATI one! :D18:01
* vish waiting to do a re-install.. ;)18:02
didrocksvish: I hope we will have a working clutter with ATI, right18:02
didrocksvish: I'll ask RAOF next week about it18:02
bcurtiswxis it known that rhythmbox doesn't close to the sound menu, it closes all together :(18:03
vishhehe , another ati companion ^ ;)18:03
bcurtiswxvish, it's an ATI issue???18:03
vishbcurtiswx: nah, i just read logs and you talking about your ATI unity problem :)18:04
bcurtiswxvish, ah, i was gonna say thats pretty sad if that was really_ an ati issue18:05
bcurtiswxit would seem almost impossible18:05
bcurtiswxbut yes, its annoying that unity doesn't work on ATI cards18:05
bcurtiswxplease tell me thats gonna be fixed pretty soon18:06
didrocksbcurtiswx: complex issue due to clutter and driver. Note that most of netbooks have intel cards btw18:23
didrocksbcurtiswx: but in any case, it's known and tracked18:23
bcurtiswxdidrocks, thats good to know.  My fiancee's laptop get overheated with ubuntu and shuts down (probably a BIOS issue but IDK), and I was hoping netbook would use less CPU/power and not cause shutdowns. unity just made it worse since its an ATI laptop18:24
didrocksbcurtiswx: hum, bad hardware and no luck so :/18:25
didrockslet's cross fingers it will be fixed!18:25
bcurtiswxdidrocks, im thinking if i save up enough I'll get her a zareason netbook18:25
didrockszareason ?18:26
bcurtiswxthey make computers (laptops, netbooks) with Ubuntu as default, and open source hardware18:26
didrocksoh, good to know18:26
bcurtiswxdidrocks, yeah, this way we can assume it's all supposed to work well with ubuntu instead of guessing ;)18:27
didrockssure :)18:27
didrocksok, time for week-end! (even if tomorrow will be an ubuntu-fr day!) enjoy everyone ;)18:37
seb128didrocks, have fun18:38
faganhmmm whats wrong with the me menu's message box thing18:41
* fagan looks18:41
fagancant find any bugs about it kenvandine is the message box in the me menu issue known?18:44
kenvandinefagan, what is wrong with it?18:44
faganits only allowing 1 char in there and it over writes that char when you type more18:44
kenvandineoh... sort of18:45
kenvandinedavidbarth, had seen that18:45
faganI didnt notice it before now18:45
faganbut I hadnt used it18:45
kenvandinebut then it went away18:45
faganso it might have been like that for a while18:45
faganI dont know18:45
kenvandinedid you look for the bug under indicator-messages?18:45
kenvandineif you don't see one, please create a bug there18:46
kenvandinedavidbarth, did you see that ^^ ?, someone else hit that :)18:46
faganthere isnt any bugs with text or box for indicator-messages18:47
* kenvandine has a fix for pedro_'s bug... that was simple, yet nasty18:47
kenvandineglad we found that!18:47
kenvandinethx pedro_ !18:47
faganok so what package do I file it against ?18:47
kenvandineit might be ido... but start with indicator-messages18:48
faganill attach a screen of it18:51
fagankenvandine: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-messages/+bug/62970518:53
ubot2Launchpad bug 629705 in indicator-messages (Ubuntu) "Me-menu text box only allows 1 char (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New]18:53
faganHmmmm thats strange there is no cursor in the box18:59
faganthats weird18:59
davidbarthkenvandine: yup, so it's not an isolated case18:59
davidbarthkenvandine: Cimi got it too18:59
davidbarthreally wondering why that happens19:00
fagandavidbarth: did you have this same installation since jaunty and upgrade it?19:00
davidbarthkenvandine, fagan: can you guys file a bug for that please? assign to me and i'll see with bratsche19:00
faganor is it a fresh install19:00
davidbarthfagan: no, i moved from lucid to maverick19:00
faganI wonder if thats it19:00
davidbarthbut i made a clean jaunty install, and then upgraded it to karmic, lucid, and maverick if that can explain it19:01
faganI went from jaunty to lucid to maverick19:01
faganthat was the same thing I did19:01
fagandavidbarth: I have the bug made but I cant assign it because im not in a team with you guys https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-messages/+bug/62970519:01
ubot2Launchpad bug 629705 in indicator-messages (Ubuntu) "Me-menu text box only allows 1 char (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New]19:02
faganso you will have to do it yourself19:02
faganoh I can sub people19:04
Sgnui deleted .bashrc from home folder, and im not sure what i did, will the system create a new one ?19:09
faganSgnu: yep19:11
faganwhen you use bash next19:12
Sgnubecause i restarted and nothing19:12
faganthis isnt the place to ask support questions though you should go to #ubuntu19:12
Sgnuso now, if i want to change the color of terminal promp...19:12
Sgnuwhere do i do it?19:12
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faganin preferences but you should be asking this in #ubuntu Sgnu19:13
faganthis is a place for talking about improving ubuntu desktop19:13
fagannot a support channel19:13
bcurtiswxdidrocks, what happeed with the folks upload.  Seems like I screwed something up?19:30
bcurtiswxi just read the email from cjwatson19:30
bcurtiswxdidrocks, nevermind.19:43
kenvandinepedro_, ok, pushed20:04
kenvandinepedro_, bzr revert; bzr pull20:04
kenvandineand try again :)20:04
pedro_kenvandine, ok! doing that now20:05
kenvandineit shouldn't crash anymore, and in the future if you have a stream configured for an account that gets deleted, the stream will get deleted20:05
pedro_kenvandine, yay! gwibber is back!20:06
pedro_now it's time to sanitize my accounts as you recommended ;-)20:06
kenvandineso for now run it from the checkout :)20:06
kenvandineor... echo "delete from streams" | sqlite3 ~/.config/gwibber/gwibber.sqlite20:07
kenvandinethen your installed version will work again20:07
pedro_ok thanks20:08
kenvandinepedro_, thank you!20:08
kenvandinewe need to clean up more when an account is deleted20:08
kenvandinei am improving that now20:08
pedro_awesome :-)20:09
kenvandinepedro_, ok i just pushed another change that will delete the stream automatically if it can't find an account20:13
kenvandineso if you didn't delete it yourself, you should be able to just run it and it will clean it for you :)20:13
davidbarthfagan: ok, i'll triage that on monday; there seems to be somethign wrong with LP this evening, i can't control the bug myself either20:15
faganit has been marked as a dup now20:15
faganthe other one was named something funny so I didnt see it20:15
faganoh he left :)20:16
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