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lifelesskees: around?00:30
keeslifeless: in and out, sup?01:21
lifelessmailed you01:21
bcurtiswxif i'm trying to start learning GTK+, what program(s) should I install ?02:33
bcurtiswxis there a good beginners guide out there?02:34
bcurtiswxnvm about what packages, got that02:35
faganbcurtiswx: this isnt a channel for app development its for discussion on developing ubuntu itself02:48
fagan#ubuntu-app-devel is the one I think for that02:48
bcurtiswxfagan, muchas gracias02:57
faganno problem02:58
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bbigrasSomeone knows a tutorial to create a DEB when I got an install script provided with the sources?03:43
faganbbigras: this isnt a support channel for app development in ubuntu its a channel for developing ubuntu03:46
faganyou should ask your question on #motu03:47
faganor #ubuntu-motu maybe03:47
faganI forget03:47
micahgbbigras: #ubuntu-packaging is more apropriate03:47
faganits late03:47
faganoh your right I forgot about that one03:47
faganwell I always asked for help in #motu because theres always someone around03:48
bbigrasthanks but I thought ubuntu developement meant mostly packaging.03:48
micahgbbigras: yes, but this channel focuses on package in the archive in main or restricted03:49
faganand development work going on03:49
bbigrasI see, thanks!03:49
faganfeatures and bug fixes03:49
faganits interesting how many people come here for development help though even though it says  (not support, not app development) in the title03:51
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dholbachgood morning07:11
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tjaaltonhum, netgen seems to be missing from lucid, though lp shows the binaries in https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/netgen08:15
tjaaltonmaybe it failed to build? the new version was released too late for lucid08:16
tjaaltonI'll just grab it from testing/maverick08:17
gesertjaalton: FTBFS: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/foundations-lucid-supportable-binaries08:18
geserthe version in lucid got uploaded in jaunty and as we couldn't build it anymore in lucid (FTBFS in a rebuild test) the binary debs got removed08:21
tjaaltongeser: yeah, makes sense08:23
tjaaltonjust that the lp page is confusing then ;)08:23
geserthe source is still in lucid just not the binary debs08:30
tjaaltonyes, but lp shows both for lucid08:32
tjaaltonbut, lunch ->08:32
geseryou have to look at the binary publication page: https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/lucid/i386/netgen08:36
wgranttjaalton: It shows that the binaries were built. It doesn't say they're published.08:48
tjaaltonwgrant: that conflicts with the removal then08:54
wgranttjaalton: Hm?08:56
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wgranttjaalton: They were still built. They were just removed later.09:01
tjaaltonwgrant: that makes no sense? why were they removed then?09:06
tjaaltonwgrant: my point is that lp should not show the debs if they were removed :)09:10
gesertjaalton: netgen 4.4-15 got uploaded to jaunty, and later copied (source+binary) to karmic and lucid. During lucid we noticed in a rebuild test that we can't build the package anymore and decided to not publish the binaries anymore (as we can't support them, e.g. security upload or SRU)09:10
cjwatsonthey were in the lucid *series* at some point, just not in the 10.04 *release*09:11
geserLP (or more the librarian) still have them (like other debs for superseded uploads), they just not published anymore (on archive.u.c)09:12
tjaaltonand _that's_ confusing09:13
cjwatsonit's probably best not to go through LP to find what's published in a given release unless you're pretty familiar with it.  you could just use rmadison09:18
tkamppeterwhen is the beta freeze supposed to end?09:20
cjwatsonit's ended, just haven't quite reopened the archive yet.09:20
cjwatsonin progress on that09:20
cjwatsonI think I'd like to clear through binutils and eglibc first though09:24
\shcould someone release the NEW queue for maverick, pls? :)09:24
raphink\sh: don't you think there's enough packages already? :p09:25
cjwatson\sh: not the first priority09:25
cjwatson(yeesh, what is it with day-after-beta and are-we-there-yet?)09:25
cjwatsonjames_w`: hmm, I do hope the importer isn't going to get too badly confused with me accepting packages from unapproved during codehosting downtime09:26
\shraphink, I'm just interested in one...so we can start testing maverick with FAI ;)09:26
lifelesscjwatson: does anyone other than pitti know enough about the apport retracers to say if they are fixed or not09:26
raphink\sh: I'm just kidding ;-)09:26
cjwatsonlifeless: seb12809:26
lifelessseb128: ping09:26
\shraphink, I know :)09:26
raphink\sh: have you packaged (DC)² yet?09:27
cjwatsonhm, let me see, those binutils and eglibc uploads don't look like they'll have a significant effect on other packages09:27
seb128cjwatson, hello09:28
seb128oh retracers09:28
\shraphink, nope...I'm just busy with daily business...the rollout of lucid was postponed because of other urgend company tasks so right now I don't have the time to work fulltime on (DC)²09:28
raphinkwho uses these anyway09:28
seb128yeah, let me just remove the lock and see if they crash or run09:28
cjwatsonseb128: robert_ancell's folks uploads dropped the changes from version, which added two build-depends.  I therefore suspect that these uploads will fail to build.  Do you have a way of checking whether this was intentional?09:30
cjwatson(the dropped upload fixed bug 621423)09:31
ubottuLaunchpad bug 621423 in folks (Ubuntu) "folks- FTBFS" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62142309:31
seb128didrocks, ^09:31
StevenKHah, I read that sentence the other way the first time09:31
StevenK"Wha, Robert's parents uploaded something?"09:31
didrocksseb128: ok, fixing it09:31
seb128didrocks, did you do an update for it in the ppa?09:32
seb128cjwatson, didrocks: we might just be able to sync on debian09:32
seb128they have the new version and this change I think09:32
seb128didrocks, ^ can you check?09:32
seb128didrocks, thanks09:32
didrocksseb128: let me see, upstream made a new revision for the ppa09:32
didrocksseb128: sure, checking09:32
didrocksseb128: yeah, they get the change, let me just build it and test it before acking on the sync09:35
netepalCan somebody guide me how can I contribute to ubuntu09:40
cjwatsonhttp://wiki.ubuntu.com/ContributeToUbuntu has some notes09:40
cjwatsonvery much depends on your interests09:40
netepalwhich skill set is needed09:40
cjwatsonall of them! :-)09:41
netepalmeaning which languages are needed?09:41
cjwatsondepending on what you want to do - see that page, it has lots of links09:41
cjwatsonagain, it depends09:41
cjwatsonthere's no one single language used in Ubuntu development09:41
cjwatsonmost of the core system is in C, C++, shell, Perl, Python, in no particular order09:41
cjwatsonbut the much more important thing is which language is used in the package(s) you want to work on.  I generally advise people to be flexible09:42
netepalok then I can work in C/C++09:42
netepalare you also a contributor09:43
netepalhow do you contribute09:45
cjwatsonI mainly work on the installer and the boot loader09:45
netepalok! cool09:45
didrockscjwatson: seems to work well. Can you sync folks from debian experimental? do you want a bug report for the request?09:45
cjwatsondidrocks: I can, please file a bug for it09:46
seb128dpkg: ../../src/archives.c:809: tarobject: Assertion `r == stab.st_size' failed.09:51
seb128hum, not nice09:52
cjwatsondo you have the .deb that produced that?09:52
didrockscjwatson: when you have some time: bug #62935109:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 629351 in folks (Ubuntu) "Sync folks 0.1.16-1 (main) from Debian experimental (main)" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62935109:52
seb128cjwatson, not really, it's a retracer crash when installing gnome-applets09:53
cjwatsonactually, that's kind of a "somebody seems to have changed this symlink between lstat and readlink" assertion09:54
seb128"Preparing to replace gnome-applets-data 2.30.0-3ubuntu2 (using .../gnome-applets-data_2.30.0-3ubuntu2_all.deb) ...09:54
seb128Unpacking replacement gnome-applets-data ...09:54
seb128dpkg: ../../src/archives.c:809: tarobject: Assertion `r == stab.st_size' failed.09:54
cjwatsonor at least that's the way it looks to me09:54
seb128but retracers are special environments09:55
cjwatsonif it's straceable that might help09:55
seb128cjwatson, I've logged in and it's not happening with an apt-get install09:56
Gis it just me or are others getting connection refused from launchpad?09:56
seb128cjwatson, I will ping you if I manage to reproduce it or get detail09:56
G(bazaar sorry)09:56
seb128G: the code hosting is down for upgrade09:56
seb128"Launchpad: Code hosting offline 8.00-9.30 UTC on Friday 3rd September"09:56
Goh just saw that09:56
Gdoh :)09:56
Gseb128: thanks09:56
* G whacks self09:57
seb128cjwatson, lifeless: bug #628688, retracers seem to work, thanks09:58
ubottuBug 628688 on http://launchpad.net/bugs/628688 is private09:58
sorenWhen is the unapproved queue going to be flushed?10:08
sorenThis week sometime?10:08
lifelessseb128: hi10:13
lifelessis the retracer happier ?10:13
lifelessat least as far as talking with lp ?10:14
didrockscjwatson: thanks a lot :)10:14
seb128retracers are happier yes10:15
seb128they manage to get the crash file and retrace it10:15
lifelessseb128: great10:15
seb128running it by hand worked but didn't untag it, so that could be a bug but that's not going to stop retracing10:15
lifelessseb128: we've put a bandaid in place to get access for you10:16
seb128we can untag the need-retracing by hand if required10:16
lifelesswe're now working as hard as we can on the permanent solution, and we should be able to deploy it without downtime [other the the regular rollout process]10:16
seb128the lack of retracer started being an issue for maverick since it means crash bugs don't reach triagers10:16
lifelessyeah, it was an unintentional side effect of making private bug attachments... private10:17
seb128the bandaid seems to be enough to get the retracers running so no hurry from our side for other changes10:17
lifelessbut all the short term options to address it are unpleasant10:17
lifelessthe tagging thing is AFAIK unrelated10:17
lifelessso please do investigate/file a bug10:17
seb128will do10:17
seb128thanks again for working on the issue10:18
lifelessno probs10:19
lifelesswe're sorry it took so long to get the bandaid in place: there was some confusion involved10:20
cjwatsonsoren: I'm in the process of flushing it10:36
cjwatsonargh, acronym frustration.  What does SDV stand for in the context of "Intel SDV" (i.e. some kind of development board)?10:38
cjwatsona friend tells me "software development vehicle"10:39
sorencjwatson: Cool, thank you!10:41
* soren crosses stuff off his list10:41
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ogracjwatson, i bet mjg59 knows ;)11:20
OdyXtkamppeter: uh… I'm not the ghostscript maintainer; even not trough a team, so any update will be hard. You (or me) should get in contact with the real maintainers. Note by the way that Debian has had 6 releases since the Ubuntu "fork"11:26
tkamppeterOdyX, perhaps one could move GS maintainership from the current maintainer to you. You should ask him whether he would continue maintaining GS and then he would need to update it regularly, at least for upstream releases and a merge from Ubuntu before Debian Feature Freezes, or he could pass maintainership to you.11:34
cjwatsondidrocks: gnome-control-center also dropped an Ubuntu change, this one 1:2.30.1-1ubuntu3 from maco.11:34
cjwatsondidrocks: seems like some kind of process sanity check might be called for here?11:35
cjwatsonthe periods when archive admins will catch this kind of thing are pretty narrow.11:35
didrockscjwatson: is it my upload?11:35
cjwatsondidrocks: no, Robert's, but I assume he's asleep and seb128 redirected me to you earlier when I asked him :)11:36
didrockshum, robert… yeah, I think we should discuss with him, he made some of those kind of issues recently :)11:36
didrockscjwatson: ok, I'll fix that in some minutes, please reject the upload11:36
didrocksand talk with him11:37
didrocksthanks cjwatson and sorry for the noise!11:37
ogracan someone let linux-ti-omap4 out of the unapproved queue ?11:45
cjwatsonworking on the unapproved queue in general11:45
cjwatsonI will get to it soon - doing it roughly in reverse upload order11:46
cjwatsoner, upload order11:46
ograah, great, thanks11:46
seb128cjwatson, didrocks: I can check for that one, I redirected to didrocks before because I know he did some updates on the empathy stack yesterday11:49
didrocksseb128: thanks :)11:49
seb128I guess that one is a case of "somebody sponsored a change and didn't commit to the vcs"11:49
cjwatsonogra: this isn't an ABI bump?  gosh11:50
ograits a version bump11:50
ogra2.6.34 -> 2.6.3511:50
ogra(at least it should be)11:50
cjwatsonso it is, I just can't read11:50
ograthanks a lot11:51
ValenteHi everybody!11:57
ValenteI would like to ask firstly if I can use this chat for solve problems11:58
ValenteAnd if not which chat should I look for?12:00
ValenteHi! Could you tell me if I can use this chat for asking for help?12:04
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Gdholbach: hey, I've got a question for you reg Harvest when you've got a moment12:59
dholbachg: sure12:59
Gdholbach: wrt the show all opportunities options (I know Permalink does it but I'm thinking of a way to tie everything else in), what would you say to using jquery to display it as an inline pop-up13:00
G(similar to how launchpad does some of the assign/linking UI)13:01
dholbachg: do you think you can file a bug about that and discuss it there - that'd be a good question for Dylan13:01
dholbachg: he's the ui mastermind :)13:01
Gdholbach: ahhh right okay, will do :)13:01
dholbachthanks a bunch G13:02
dholbachG: I'll have a look at your merge proposal in a bit13:02
Gdholbach: okay, I'll put the other one in (the change the text for the filtering)13:02
Gdholbach: is there a quick way to regenerate the pot files?13:03
dholbachG: ./manage.py update-template13:03
Gdholbach: ohhhhhh13:04
dholbachG: (from ./opportunities/management/commands/update-template.py13:04
Gand here was me thinking taht was for templates etc13:04
GI'd tried everything but :)13:04
GI'll do that for my second merge proposal so it'll get picked up (the index translations are missing from the pot file)13:05
dholbachG: commented on your merge proposal13:05
Gdholbach: oh thats a very good point :)13:06
Gwill get on that in a moment :)13:07
Gdholbach: tbh, I think it would be best to leave it as _lazy though so there is an obvious difference :)13:09
* ogra wonders where doko is13:09
dholbachogra: oo.o conference13:09
dholbachG: hm, not sure13:09
ograhe should find someone there to fix armel builds :P13:10
dholbachG: "Always use lazy translations in Django models." - I think it's fine to call it _ there :)13:11
Gdholbach: okay13:12
cjwatson\sh: fai accepted13:15
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\shcjwatson, thx a lot13:20
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dholbachQ: merged, thanks13:32
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Gdholbach: no problem!13:42
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AnAntHello, is there a way to detect wether the pulseaudio is the sound server in use ?13:56
directhexAnAnt, well, "aplay -L" gives a hint about it13:58
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AnAntdirecthex: thanks14:10
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kenvandinecjwatson, how many people do we want to get to verify the twitter/oauth change for gwibber before putting it in -updates?14:49
kenvandinecjwatson, it has to be better than what is already there, since we know the version in lucid doesn't work at all for one of the 2 most popular services14:49
cjwatsonoh, I was going to waive the aging period on that14:50
cjwatsonremind me of the bug number?14:50
kenvandinebug 62756514:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 627565 in gwibber (Ubuntu Lucid) "Twitter dropping support for basic auth" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62756514:52
kenvandinei had at least 3 people that confirmed it in the ppa14:52
kenvandineand 1 for sure on the bug... and one that complained about the save button14:52
kenvandineso i assume it worked for him14:52
kenvandinewe know the save button can be more obvious, not a new problem :)14:52
bilalakhtarkenvandine: add 1 more, I have also confirmed14:53
cjwatsonkenvandine: what do the last three comments on bug 613420 indicate?14:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 613420 in gwibber (Ubuntu) "gwibber doesn't receive tweets n" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61342014:56
kenvandinebilalakhtar, thx!14:56
* kenvandine looks14:56
cjwatsonkenvandine: and could somebody validate that bug 583316 is fixed in lucid-proposed?14:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 583316 in gwibber (Ubuntu Lucid) "tr.im should be removed from advanced dropdown in gwibber-preferences" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/58331614:56
kenvandinecjwatson, bug 613420 is probably a case of him authorizing and not seeing the "Save" button14:57
ubottuLaunchpad bug 613420 in gwibber (Ubuntu) "gwibber doesn't receive tweets n" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61342014:57
kenvandinebilalakhtar, can you confirm bug 583316 ?14:58
ubottuLaunchpad bug 583316 in gwibber (Ubuntu Lucid) "tr.im should be removed from advanced dropdown in gwibber-preferences" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/58331614:58
kenvandineyou should be able to open gwibber prefs and not see tr.im in the combobox14:58
bilalakhtarkenvandine: verified15:14
seb128dholbach, do you know who is working on example contents?15:28
seb128dholbach, ie bug #59524815:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 595248 in example-content (Ubuntu) "Presenting_Ubuntu incorrect transition time" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/59524815:28
dholbachseb128, I was told the design team was working on it15:30
seb128dholbach, ok15:31
slomocjwatson: hi :) could you sync gst-plugins-ugly0.10 0.10.16-1 from debian/experimental? there are no ubuntu changes and no ubuntu changes are necessary and it's in universe15:32
cjwatsonit's really a lot easier with a bug, we have tools to process sync request bugs semi-automatically15:33
cjwatsonbut, done15:33
slomocjohnston: thanks, i didn't know there are tools for this, sorry15:35
ScottKcjwatson: Would you please rescore glib2.0.  It just affects powerpc and should save us some FTBFS due to archive skew.15:36
cjwatsonScottK: done15:37
cjwatsondunno how much difference it will make - 13 mins vs. 12 mins according to the web interface :)15:37
cjwatsonI think it was probably already first in the queue15:37
ScottKOK.  Thanks.15:45
cjwatsonkenvandine: ok, aging period waived, copied15:48
kenvandinecjwatson, thx!15:48
cjwatsonin future I don't suppose we could avoid waiting four months from the announcement of a service being turned off before arranging not to rely on it any more? ;-)15:49
kenvandinecjwatson, i wish... :/15:50
kenvandinecjwatson, until less than 2 weeks ago it was looking like we would have to drop twitter support all together... which would not have been popular15:51
kenvandinethere was a great article on arstechnica yesterday about the whole ordeal :)15:52
directhexthe one where segphault hacks the super secret official twitter oauth keys?15:53
kenvandinedirecthex, yeah... that was awesome15:54
kenvandinethey told us if we published the key anywhere in source it would be revoked15:54
kenvandineand they did revoke at least one for being committed to github15:55
directhexuse theirs15:57
kenvandinedirecthex, i am sure it is just a matter of time before someone posts a website listing keys15:58
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kenvandinethey did extend the deadline twice because they hadn't found a solution for open source clients... but ultimately decided open source clients weren't important enough to delay any longer15:59
cjwatsonkenvandine: ... lovely16:00
kenvandinefinally compromised with us when we had a week left...16:01
kenvandinei just hope they don't retaliate against segphault's article by revoking our keys :)16:02
dholbachapachelogger, thanks!16:11
apacheloggerdholbach: any time :)16:12
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smosercjwatson, just wanted to make sure you saw this, but I didn't see your response until just now.  see my comment https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/eucalyptus/+bug/61346316:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 613463 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "[10.10 - Alpha 3 (candidate)] Prompts misleading grub dialogs during UEC Node installation." [Undecided,New]16:18
smoseras to why mtools and grub-rescue-pc files would not work.16:18
cjwatsonsmoser: you could extract the files from it and regenerate16:20
smoserwell, yes, but then i still have to depend on xorriso, and i also have to know details about the internals of that image.16:21
smoserand what flags to send to xorriso and such.16:21
cjwatsonI realise it isn't pretty but I'm not going to have time to change this for maverick now and I don't want to get that badly ouot of sync with Debian (and of course Debian is frozen)16:21
smoseryeah, i understand that.16:21
smoserright now, we just have a missing dependency in eucalyptus-nc.16:21
cjwatsonalso I'm not sure you in fact need xorriso16:21
smoserhow else would i master the iso image ?16:22
smoserif you think doing that is loads cleaner, i'm willing to re-work it.16:22
cjwatsonyou said you were creating a boot floppy16:22
smoseri see, you're saying just grab the files from the iso and make a floppy that is not iso format16:22
cjwatsonjust treat it as a silly delivery mechanism16:23
smoserwell, i wish i'd have seen your comment before. if you think that i should chase that, i will.16:23
smoserone other benefit of my usage of grub-mkimage is that i only include modules in the original floppy that are needed to load the secondary loader.16:24
smoserie, don't need a bunch of filesystems for that.16:24
smoserand my images are not *tiny*.16:24
smoserbut thats probably not a big deal.16:24
smoserif you think i should chase this i will. right now the only broken-ness is the missing dependency.16:25
geserlooking for a core-dev to sponsor bug #62579816:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 625798 in tickcount (Ubuntu) "Don't use int constants with a long data type." [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62579816:28
cjwatsonsmoser: I think it's the most viable approach for maverick16:29
cjwatsonfor natty, the approach of splitting out -modules packages is fairly tempting16:29
smosercjwatson, you think i should re-work to using the grub-rescue-pc ?16:30
smoseror you think we should just go with what we have now (lack of dependency)16:30
cjwatsonsmoser: if you have time to rework it on top of grub-rescue-pc, I think that would be good.  but I don't know what issues the lack of dependency is causing you16:31
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smosercjwatson, without root can i easily get files off a iso9660 filesystem ?16:37
cjwatsonor isoinfo16:37
smoserisoinfo -x only does one file at a time, right ?16:38
cjwatsonyeah.  bsdtar has more convenient syntax but is in universe (though I imagine that's changeable)16:38
smoserso i'd have to crawl its ls-lr output and pick them out.16:38
cjwatsonI do exactly that in d-i16:38
smoserwith isoinfo ?16:38
cjwatsonyeah, painful16:44
apwif i have a file which i want to be installed by each kernel but that file only needs to exist once (this is a common udev rule) is there a sensible way to describe that?16:57
smosercjwatson, should i just across the board run 'tolower' on isoinfo ls-lr output ?17:04
smoseror will it end up not mattering.17:05
cjwatsond-i doesn't bother17:05
cjwatsonoh, you're forgetting an option17:05
smoserso in my recreated boot disk, though, it wont matter ?17:05
cjwatsonuse -R17:05
smoseri tried -J17:06
smoserand it had no joliet extensions17:06
cjwatsonyou want the Rock Ridge stuff - RR => Unixish, Joliet => Windowsish17:06
cjwatsonvery very roughly17:06
manjosuperm1, running late... I will be there around 1:0017:22
jdstrandjcastro: hey. so the security team has the ability to tweet and dent things. how can I get that hooked into planetubuntu?17:24
jdstrandjcastro: I should probably clarify, we have created a specific account for each that members of the security team can post to17:26
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smosercjwatson, if you are, http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~smoser/%2Bjunk/starter-junk/annotate/head%3A/iso-extract is what i came up with.17:34
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wookeymvo: can I poke you about https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apt/+bug/620576 and https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apt/+bug/62504218:15
ubottuLaunchpad bug 620576 in apt (Ubuntu) "/usr/share/apt/ubuntu-archive.gpg is missing but necessary for fresh install" [Undecided,New]18:15
wookeythis seems like pretty serious breakage to me18:15
wookey625042 was OK in 0.7.26~exp12ubuntu318:16
wookey620576 was OK before 0.7.26~exp12ubuntu318:16
wookeyFor the latter I'm not sure how it's supposed to work, so I'm not sure how it should best be fixed. Maybe the missing file should be put back, or maybe the code to copy it over is simply not longer needed18:17
wookeyNo-one will notice these bugs in normal use, but I still think they are significant. And hopefully easy to fix.18:18
mvowookey: sure, let me have a look18:37
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ScottKcjwatson: Would you please rescore kdebindings kdebase-workspace (only affects armel).19:03
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=== dendrobates is now known as dendro-afk
=== ivoks_away is now known as ivoks
=== dendro-afk is now known as dendrobates
=== hunger_ is now known as hunger
cjwatsonScottK: done21:20
ScottKcjwatson: Thanks.21:20
ScottKThat should accelerate when we're done by 8 - 10 hours.21:21
=== ivoks is now known as ivoks_away
achianghm, does anyone know what happened to xserver-xorg-input-keyboard / kbd in lucid? did the package just go away?22:54
faganask on #ubuntu-x22:55
faganthey would know22:55

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