=== almaisan-away is now known as al-maisan
=== al-maisan is now known as almaisan-away
didrocksgood morning07:55
RAOFGood mornang didrocks07:56
didrockshey RAOF, how are you?07:56
RAOFI'm pretty good.07:56
RAOFMy upper body is very nearly back to normal after the exercise training on Tuesday and Thursday.07:57
RAOFJust in time for *tomorrow's* exercise!07:58
didrockswell, took time, urgh :/07:58
=== ara_ is now known as ara
bilalakhtarRAOF: Around?09:19
RAOFJust pondering whether it's time to lockup my GPU to get some info for a bug :)09:20
bilalakhtarRAOF: That was quick! That bug, what is the problem? Could you describe so I could look into fixing?09:20
bilalakhtarsince I don't have much experience with fixing bugs in plymouth/X/gdm/linux09:21
bilalakhtarbut rather in desktop packages like empathy/rhythmbox/brasero09:21
RAOFbilalakhtar: Run the occlusion_query piglit test on a GM45 GPU and watch your friends be amazed!09:21
RAOFThis isn't the plymouth “enter kills X exactly once” bug.09:22
bilalakhtarfine, I gues RAOF is busy09:22
RAOFThat's the bug I'm going to grab some debug info for, not the plymouth one.09:22
RAOFI'm not really familiar with what's happening on the plymouth one, but people who *are* familiar are subscribed, so…09:23
bilalakhtarRAOF: np09:23
bilalakhtarleave it, I'll look further09:23
RAOFIt's probably going to be plymouth leaving the tty in an inappropriate state.09:23
RAOFLast time it was leaving the tty in raw mode or something, which caused <enter> to send SIGQUIT everywhere.09:24
alf__mvo: Hi! Do you think we could apply the patch at debian #587771 in the ubuntu cairo package? It is needed for https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/arm-m-ui-and-test-heads.09:33
ubot2Debian bug 587771 in cairo "Package cairo-perf utilities" [Wishlist,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/58777109:33
alf__mvo: slomo said he will apply the patch with the next cairo update in debian, but that seems too late for ubuntu.09:33
SmSpilla1didrocks: ping09:37
didrockshey SmSpilla1 (please, use context ping :))09:38
SmSpilla1didrocks: yeah, sure :p anyways, are you still going to be online in about 4 hours?09:38
mvoalf__: do you have a link to the patch itself?09:38
SmSpilla1I thought I might give you a hand with the rest of the ubuntu compiz-0.9 packages (*compizconfig*, plugins-* and friends) so that we can have a working ppa :)09:39
SmSpilla1oh, and maybe fix your problem with the gtk decorator too09:39
didrocksSmSpilla1: sure, I'll be there! Sounds good, especially with the little time I have for playing with compiz right now :)09:39
alf__mvo: the debdiff is http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?msg=15;filename=cairo_1.9.14-2version2.debdiff;att=1;bug=58777109:40
didrocksSmSpilla1: let's discuss that later on, so :-)09:40
SmSpilla1didrocks: sure, thanks09:40
didrocksthank to you :)09:40
SmSpilla1heh, you're the one doing the packaging09:40
* SmSpilla1 couldn't figure it out, the documentation is_ awful_09:41
mvokiwinote: thanks for your fixes, great work as always, merging now :)09:41
didrocksSmSpilla1: +1 on the documentation :/09:42
SmSpilla1didrocks: ;-)09:42
kiwinotemvo: thanks, just saw the _verify_supported_sort_mode() too, good idea!09:42
alf__mvo: The patch (without packaging changes of course) is also here https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2886509:43
mvokiwinote: yeah, more robustness :)09:43
ubot2Freedesktop bug 28865 in general "Build cairo-perf-* utils without running benchmarks" [Normal,New]09:43
mvoalf__: thanks, looking09:43
seb128hey there09:44
seb128alf__, why do you ping mvo about that?09:44
seb128cairo would be rather something to ping didrocks or me about...09:44
mvoseb128: last touched it I guess09:45
seb128hey mvo09:45
mvoseb128: but yeah, it adds new packages, so definitely your domain :)09:45
alf__mvo: ok, sorry then :)09:46
seb128alf__, I think it's late to do that this cycle09:47
seb128the feature freeze is in effect for weeks09:47
huatsmorning !09:47
seb128lut huats09:49
alf__seb128: ok, then I 'll put it in a PPA for now, thanks!09:49
huatshello seb12809:49
seb128alf__, np, thanks for understanding09:49
mvokiwinote: three is the developer week soon, if you are interessted in doing some nice irc presentation (gtk app development, getting started with s-c contributing ;) then https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuAppDeveloperWeek/Timetable is the place. it would be nice to have one vaguely s-c releated topic, I will also ask and471 and devildante and tremolux09:52
kiwinotemvo: getting started with s-c contributing sounds like something we could do with a few of us. We could cover the basics of bug triaging / commiting code / something quick on the s-c code structure / etc / and I'm sure vish would be interested in highlighting the descriptions/addons metadata changes.09:58
kiwinotemvo: I'll send a quick mail around later today to see who's available09:59
mvokiwinote: great, thanks!09:59
kiwinoteand apport is retracing our s-c bugs now :)10:00
seb128isn't s-c python?10:01
seb128there is nothing to retrace there10:01
seb128and current I'm still working on the retracers they should only dupcheck10:02
kiwinoteyeah indeed, it's dupchecking is what I should have said ;)10:02
vishmvo: kiwinote: if we are to have a session about SC , then i dont think 1hr would be enough ..! :D10:03
* vish hides10:03
vishmvo: kiwinote: btw, why isnt the System category not use the applications-system icon?  its using the applications-other icon instead.. any reason?10:05
* vish trying to complete those icons..10:05
seb128mvo, do you have any though about bug #63048210:08
vishs/not use/using ..10:08
ubot2Launchpad bug 630482 in nautilus (Ubuntu) "Deb packages open with file-roller instead of software-center by default (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63048210:08
seb128mvo, should gdebi or s-c be used?10:09
seb128ignore the file-roller issue ;-)10:09
mvoseb128: s-c should be used, gdebi should still be available for those who have it installed as a option (gdebi has more features like inspecting the file list)10:10
chrisccoulsongood morning everyone10:10
seb128mvo, ok, will fix it then,t ahnks10:10
seb128chrisccoulson, hey10:10
chrisccoulsonhi seb128, how are you?10:11
mvoseb128: thanks10:11
chrisccoulsonhi mvo10:11
seb128chrisccoulson, I'm fine thanks, how are you?10:11
mvohey chrisccoulson10:12
chrisccoulsonseb128 - good thanks, although i'lll be better once i've had some coffee :)10:12
chrisccoulsonmvo - does SC actually handle apt: URL's for you in firefox?10:12
chrisccoulsoni was doing some debugging in this code in firefox last week for another reason, and i'm convinced we're configuring it incorrectly10:13
kiwinotevish: seems like it was a unintentional regression. Fixed it now to use applications-system. Thanks!10:16
vishyay! :)10:16
mvochrisccoulson: currently still apturl is used it seems10:17
chrisccoulsonmvo - ok, so that's consistent then :)10:19
chrisccoulsonmvo - the network.protocol-handler.app.apt preference actually doesn't do anything10:20
chrisccoulsoni think that might be some legacy preference from an older version10:20
chrisccoulsonit actually queries the apt: handler from gconf10:20
chrisccoulsonmvo - so, we actually need to set /desktop/gnome/url-handlers/apt/command to software-center10:21
chrisccoulsonalthough, when i tried that, i couldn't get it to launch apturl or software-center10:21
chrisccoulsonthe only preferences we need are network.protocol-handler.external.apt and network.protocol-handler.warn-external.apt, to enable the use of an external handler10:23
chrisccoulsonbut i'm thinking it might just be better to do this in our vendor-preferences in firefox10:23
chrisccoulson(the ability for applications to drop random preferences in /etc/firefox will be disappearing next cycle anyway)10:23
mvochrisccoulson: hm, ok. what needs to be done to make it our vendor pref?10:24
chrisccoulsonmvo - well, i can set the 2 keys to enable apt to use an external handler in firefox10:25
chrisccoulsonbut you need to set the gconf key to actually make software-center the handler for those10:25
kiwinotechrisccoulson: afaics we already do that with http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~software-store-developers/software-center/trunk/annotate/head:/data/software-center.schemas.in10:26
kiwinotechrisccoulson: or are we missing something further?10:26
chrisccoulsonkiwinote, AFAICT, apturl is still providing that schema10:26
chrisccoulsonso you'd need to drop that too10:26
chrisccoulsonindeed, and i think apturl wins when building the defaults by virtue of being first alphabetically10:28
chrisccoulsonso, that needs to go :)10:28
didrocksseb128: if w11:14
chrisccoulsonhi didrocks ;)11:14
didrocksseb128: if we can sync libgpod4 from debian (they took our changes), and they switch to dh7, as this package doesn't have any .desktop file, it's ok, right? (stripping the po is independent from langpack.mk)11:15
didrockshey chrisccoulson11:15
didrocksseb128: (just adding some magic to generate the .pot file)11:17
seb128didrocks, they were using dh5 before11:18
seb128didrocks, so it should not make any difference11:18
seb128even if I don't understand the "stripping the po is independent from langpack.mk"11:18
didrocksseb128: stripping the po files from the packaging is done without the langpack.mk IIRC, it was just to confirm :)11:19
seb128the po are moved to langpacks on the server side11:19
seb128if that's what you mean11:19
didrocksright :)11:19
didrocksthanks for confirming11:19
seb128you're welcome11:19
Laneyseb128: we will need to build the translation templates too, yes?11:21
Laneyok thats easy11:21
Laneydidrocks: can you add that to git?11:22
Laneyuse dpkg-vendor like it is in f-spot and then we can take it in the Debian package too11:22
didrocksLaney: sure, one sec11:22
seb128why can't you just call the one command in the debian rules?11:22
seb128it generates a pot in the po dir11:22
Laneythats what we mean11:23
seb128well without dpkg-vendor11:23
seb128it seems overworked11:23
didrocksLaney: ^^ you asked me to use dpkg-vendor :)11:24
seb128well do it if they want it, I just don't see the point there11:25
seb128lot of packages in debian just added the update call to the debian build11:25
seb128it takes like 3 seconds of build time without adding a build-depends or anything11:25
LaneyI don't care too much, just in general I like to guard Ubuntu stuff like that11:26
didrocksthat's right that the time and the complexity from testing vs running it in any case there doesn't seem too much relevant…11:26
Laneymakes it clear why it's there11:26
Laneyit's not exactly hard to do11:26
Laneybut whatever, if you feel strongly then don't do it11:26
didrocksok, will add a comment in any case11:26
=== ogra_ is now known as ogra
=== MacSlow is now known as MacSlow|lunch
devildantehi mvo :)12:12
devildantewhoops I meant hi all :p12:14
* nigelb is reminded of a famous bash.org quote, but that one's nsfw12:27
didrocksseb128: FYI, i386 build of libgpod available in ubuntu-desktop ppa12:39
seb128didrocks, thanks12:39
didrocksseb128: thanks for testing when  you have some time :)12:39
* bilalakhtar hopes seb128 didn't forget about the endorsement12:47
seb128hey bilalakhtar, no I didn't12:48
seb128didrocks, you're welcome12:48
devildantemvo, around?12:52
mvodevildante: yes, back now (I was at lunch)12:52
devildantemvo, since you branched 3.0, does that mean we can add new features to trunk?12:52
mvodevildante: yes and no, I don't feel like I have the capacity to do proper reviews currently, but I think by thursday next week when we hit the final freeze we can actually do that12:54
mvodevildante: but feel free to prepare new stuff now :)12:54
mvoor better, look over the buglist and fix one for each new feature in trunk ;)12:55
devildanteheh :)12:56
=== pedro__ is now known as pedro_
devildantehi pedro_ :)13:03
didrockshey pedro_13:04
didrockspedro_: want to break your ipod synchronisation in maverick? you can have a try at new libgpod in the ubuntu-desktop ppa for that when you have some time :)13:06
pedro_hello devildante didrocks13:11
pedro_didrocks, ! ok will give it a try :-)13:11
didrockspedro_: thanks a lot :-)13:12
=== MacSlow|lunch is now known as MacSlow
seb128pedro_, ola13:14
pedro_salut seb128!13:14
seb128kiwinote, hi13:15
kiwinotehi seb12813:15
seb128kiwinote, why did you open a s-c task on bug #629846?13:15
ubot2Launchpad bug 629846 in software-center (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 3 other projects) "Open packages (debs) in Ubuntu Software Center by default, not Archive Manager (affects: 3) (dups: 2) (heat: 22)" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62984613:15
kiwinoteseb128, that was just so that we can track it in the s-c bug lists13:15
seb128kiwinote, but it's not a s-c bug and no change are required to it13:16
seb128that seems wrong13:16
seb128why just not subscribing to the bug?13:16
kiwinoteseb128, ok, will just subsribe next time. (Although it's not a s-c bug, it does affect s-c, so we are interested in tracking it's progress.)13:18
seb128your call13:18
seb128you guys should probably have a software-center-hackers group and subscribe this one to bugs you want to track13:19
kiwinotethat could well be a good idea13:20
seb128pedro_, hey14:00
pedro_seb128, hi14:00
seb128pedro_, ^ do you think you could get the upgrade logs and copy the actual error in a comment?14:01
seb128I can triage those and dup them from that if you want14:01
pedro_seb128, yes, will have a look to that14:01
seb128or you can dup them if you think they are a same issue14:01
seb128I've the feeling there is one or two bugs there14:01
seb128pedro_, thanks14:01
devildanteargh! too much bug duplicates in usc :p14:01
seb128devildante, that will clean the list ;-)14:02
seb128so retracers are still broken14:02
seb128but the auto duplication of python crashes is working14:02
seb128so that is catching up now14:02
=== almaisan-away is now known as al-maisan
seb128dpm, hi14:23
dpmhey seb12814:23
seb128dpm, how are you?14:23
seb128dpm, the evo email desktop entry was off in lucid and in maverick until recentlu14:24
seb128so it's likely the translations were still on rosetta but not in the exports14:24
dpmseb128, fine, totally relaxed after a week vacation :), and you?14:25
dpmseb128, ah, yeah, that's what I thought after your comment and Gabor's. So I think we should be fine14:25
seb128I'm fine thanks14:25
dpmjust out of curiosity, why do we need 2 desktop entries for Evo?14:30
seb128because some people consider it as being an office thing14:30
seb128calendar, etc14:30
seb128while some people consider it as an email client14:30
seb128each is trying to use a different category14:30
seb128so we have one launcher which specifically start the email mode now14:31
pedro_seb128, did some clean up re gdm , they are basically two bugs bug 465678 and bug 61315014:32
ubot2Launchpad bug 465678 in gdm (Ubuntu) "gdm-2.20 failed to install if user selects gdm as default display manager (gdm pre-removal script returned error exit status 10 ) (affects: 29) (dups: 11) (heat: 27)" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/46567814:32
ubot2Launchpad bug 613150 in gdm (Ubuntu) "package gdm 2.30.2.is.2.30.0-0ubuntu3 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-removal script returned error exit status 1 (affects: 10) (dups: 7) (heat: 66)" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61315014:32
pedro_seb128, those are worth to look i've requested more info for the others14:32
pedro_we don't have more dups for the first one in a while though14:33
devildantemvo, are ratings and reviews implemented on the server side?14:33
pedro_the second is recent14:33
devildantemvo, I might give a try to implement the client side ;)14:34
seb128pedro_, thanks14:35
seb128pedro_, the gdm-2.20 was dropping in lucid14:35
seb128pedro_, I've closed the first one14:37
pedro_seb128, ok , cool14:38
pedro_dpm, welcome back :-)14:39
mvodevildante: the client is more or less there, the server is the problem14:39
pedro_dpm, i have a bug for you, bug 605577 , we're getting quite a lot of duplicates on that report14:39
ubot2Launchpad bug 605577 in yelp (Ubuntu) (and 3 other projects) "Help contents title bar shows cubes with numbers instead of a proper title (affects: 46) (dups: 30) (heat: 344)" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/60557714:40
mvodevildante: well, not with the gtk details, so its probably a good idea to work on it :)14:40
mvodevildante: but with the webkit backend it was working well14:40
devildantemvo, thanks for the info :)14:40
dpmhola pedro_, nice that you've got something for me ;)14:40
dpmlet me have a look...14:41
pedro_dpm, thanks!14:42
mvodevildante: there is a ratings-and-reviews branch, that is probably a good starting point14:42
devildantemvo, great, thanks :)14:42
dpmhey mvo, some translators have noticed that software-properties has now got like half of the strings it had in Lucid. Before I start investigating if it's a real problem, would you know if there has been any change in s-p that might have caused that? Or perhaps strings have moved to another package or library?15:00
mvodpm: it got ported to gtkbuilder, its possible that there was a mistake along the way :/15:03
dpmmvo, ah, could it be that the POTFILES.in file is missing the [type: gettext/glade] specifier?15:04
dpmfor the .ui file?15:04
mvodpm: yeah, that would be my guess15:04
seb128mvo, let me check if that's the case15:05
seb128mvo, do you want me to fix that?15:05
mvoseb128: sure, if you have a moment15:05
seb128mvo, ok, doing it15:06
seb128should be easy15:06
dpmyeah, that's the case, all .ui files are missing the type specifier15:06
seb128dpm, I'm on it15:06
* dpm hugs mvo and seb12815:06
* seb128 hugs mvo dpm15:07
* mvo hugs back :)15:08
Laneyanyone tested libgpod yet?15:19
seb128I didn't15:20
seb128pedro_, ^15:20
pedro_Laney, I've been using here for a while15:22
pedro_Laney, playing, copy & delete works fine15:22
pedro_I'm using it with rhythmbox15:22
lucidfoxLaney> Tested in what sense? I've used gtkpod a lot before for my father's iPod15:38
seb128lucidfox, the new version which is in the ubuntu-desktop ppa since today15:43
seb128lucidfox, to make sure it's ok to go for maverick or not15:43
=== bjf is now known as _bjf
Laneypedro_: oh cool, that sounds fine then16:22
Laneyseb128: are you happy with it being uploaded?16:23
seb128let's say "yes" ;-)16:23
seb128it's late for such changes but I think it's better to get it updated16:23
seb128since it's fixing issue and blocking other changes16:24
seb128so yeah, please get that uploaded when you can16:24
Laneywell, it's in main...16:24
Laneyso, didrocks ^^^16:24
didrocksLaney: requestsync?16:24
seb128thanks Laney, didrocks16:24
Laneydidrocks: it's not uploaded16:24
seb128it has been uploaded to debian?16:24
didrocksLaney: ah ok, so -0ubuntu1 for now?16:24
Laneyit will be, but best to ubuntu upload for now16:24
mptand471, yo16:34
mptand471, where is that free spinner image that you started using before for screenshot loading progress in the WebKit view?16:34
and471mpt, hey, umm it was the gnome spinner icon in /usr/share/icons/gnome/22x22/animations/process-working.png16:37
and471mpt, do you need it as a GIF (I can probably dig it up in the software-center branch archives)16:37
mptand471, yes, we need to stick it on a Web page :-)16:38
and471mpt, ah okay, gimme a few minutes :)16:38
mptmvo, bug 63168216:40
ubot2Launchpad bug 631682 in software-center (Ubuntu) ""Reinstall Previous Purchases" does nothing if there are none (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63168216:40
mptThanks and47116:40
mvompt: thanks16:43
and471mpt, http://imgur.com/50DkJ16:46
mvohey and471 :)16:47
and471hey mvo :)16:51
* mvo hugs seb128 for the s-p upload16:53
* seb128 hugs mvo16:53
Laneydidrocks: did you miss the intltool change?17:01
mptThanks and471 :-)17:01
Laneyseb128: can you new libgpod?17:01
didrocksLaney: hum?17:01
and471you're welcome mpt17:01
didrocksone second ;)17:01
Laneydidrocks: Don't see it in the changelog17:01
didrocksLaney: weird…17:01
mptand471, what are you working on at the moment?17:04
didrocks  [ Didier Roche ]17:04
didrocks  * debian/rules:17:04
didrocks    - generate .pot files for launchpad to sync ubuntu from debian17:05
and471mpt, kazam and being at a new sixth form :)17:05
Laneydidrocks: ok17:05
didrocksLaney: did I miss something?17:05
didrocks(launchpad is slow to check for now)17:06
didrocks+# Needed for syncing with ubuntu: launchpad needs .pot files17:06
didrocks+cd po; intltool-update --pot17:06
didrocksit's there17:06
seb128Laney, ok, will do17:09
seb128the cil are arch all or any binaries?17:09
Laneyseb128: all17:09
seb128ok, so no need to wait for other builds ;-)17:09
seb128mvo, kiwinote: hum, you are sure you want s-c to open debs by default?17:11
mptseb128, that was the idea. Are there bugs that would make it a bad idea?17:12
seb128well I just tried17:12
seb128it shows the deb page for 1 second17:12
seb128then switch to the installed software view17:12
seb128I'm wondering if that's because I've the deb I clicked on already installed17:12
seb128but it's pretty confusing17:13
seb128s-c bounces me between "repair" and apport dialogs now17:14
seb128it refuses to install the ddeb I clicked on17:15
seb128but the repair option seems to crash17:15
mvoseb128: what is the backtrace?17:19
mvoseb128: the switching back is a bug, I have a look (if kiwinote is not faster ;)17:20
seb128     changes = self._get_changes_without_applying(pkg)17:21
seb128   File "/usr/share/software-center/softwarecenter/apt/aptcache.py", line 288, in _get_changes_without_applying17:21
seb128     pkg.mark_install()17:21
seb128   File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/apt/deprecation.py", line 98, in deprecated_function17:21
seb128     return func(*args, **kwds)17:21
seb128   File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/apt/package.py", line 1210, in mark_install17:21
seb128     fixer.resolve(True)17:21
seb128 SystemError: E:Impossible de corriger les problèmes, des paquets défectueux sont en mode « garder en l'état ».17:21
seb128mvo, ^17:21
mvoseb128: so you broke your system ;) ?17:21
seb128"impossible to fix the problems, broken packages are in mode keep in state"17:21
mvoseb128: what does apt-get install -f tell you?17:21
kiwinotethat's fixed in trunk17:21
seb128mvo, no, I just doubled clicked on a ddeb17:21
mvokiwinote: I can still reproduce it for already installed packages17:21
seb128$ sudo apt-get -f install17:21
seb128Reading package lists... Done17:21
seb128Building dependency tree17:21
seb128Reading state information... Done17:21
seb1280 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 10 not upgraded.17:21
seb128mvo, ^17:22
mvokiwinote: oh, yeah, this one is fixed in trunk, sorry I was confused for a moment17:22
mvoseb128: sorry, was confused, that bug is fixed in trunk17:22
seb128do you have an open bug for the view switch issue?17:22
mvoseb128: I shall upload today17:22
mvoseb128: no, I don't think so, I thought we fixed the jumping issues, but apparenly one has slipped thourgh17:22
seb128do you want me to open a bug?17:22
* mvo gtg for dinner17:23
seb128mvo, enjoy dinner ;-)17:23
mvoand target for 10.10 pleae :)17:23
seb128I will17:23
=== al-maisan is now known as almaisan-away
Laneyseb128: gtk-sharp-beans needs NEWing too if you have time18:22
* Laney starts on the merge of banshee18:23
seb128Laney, ok18:23
=== JanC_ is now known as JanC
didrocksAmaranth: hey, around?18:52
=== almaisan-away is now known as al-maisan
kiwinotemvo: the returning to the installed pane overview is fixed now19:12
kiwinotemvo: installing broken packages now doesn't trigger apport (ie the traceback above), but the repair cache dialog still seems to be in an infinite loop19:13
vishseb128: hi , can you release lp:human-theme  for maverick? it just fixes a bug regarding the checkmarks.. , not changes to theme.. someone dropped by in -artwork and was requesting a fix to use that theme :)20:06
vishheh , some people still use tht theme :D20:08
baptistemmnew gnome-bluetooth is cfrashing at start, it seems there a problem with gsettings20:08
slomoalf__: cairo with your patch is ready in a few minutes, i'll upload it to debian after pixman is updated there20:09
slomoalf__: but you can get the packaging from git20:09
seb128vish, ok20:12
vishthanks. :)20:12
seb128baptistemm, it's fixed in the new update, you can get it on launchpad if you want20:12
seb128baptistemm, btw did you test if the current version fix your device detection issue?20:12
baptistemmno I was about20:15
slomoalf__: hm, i would if cairo-script wouldn't fail to link...20:18
baptistemmseb128: I confirm this is the fix of pitti would solved the problem20:19
seb128baptistemm, great, thanks20:19
baptistemmde nada :)20:25
=== jcastro_ is now known as jcastro
=== lhavelun1 is now known as lhavelund
Laneydidrocks: I forgot to sync gkeyfile-sharp. Could you arrange for it to be done? bug #631998 — after this is done and the rest NEWed then Banshee can be built at last23:10
ubot2Launchpad bug 631998 in ubuntu "Sync gkeyfile-sharp 0.1-1 (universe) from Debian experimental (main) (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63199823:10
=== al-maisan is now known as almaisan-away

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.7 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!