ronocTheMuso: hey !00:16
ronocTheMuso, do you know why the hda intel after boot is  in mute state ?00:17
TheMusoronoc: Does it happen every time for you?00:18
ronocTheMuso, not every time00:19
ronocTheMuso, yep it still happens00:33
TheMusoronoc: Ok try this. Set volume to what suits, and log out. Go to a VT and make sure you have no pulseaudio processes running under your user. If you do, kill them. Then restart, and log back in, and check to see whether your volume is muted.00:36
ronocTheMuso, brb00:36
robert_ancellcould someone confirm if they are still getting bug 621507?00:40
ubot2Launchpad bug 621507 in glib2.0 (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "glib-compile-schemas fails if override files refer to non-installed schemas (affects: 46) (dups: 8) (heat: 232)" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62150700:40
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ronocTheMuso, definitely a race conditon, random indeed00:44
ronocneed to crash TheMuso00:44
ronocgood night00:44
ronocTheMuso, ^00:44
robert_ancellTheMuso, could you try that bug?  You just need to uninstall empathy and confirm that gcalctool still works00:51
robert_ancell(and have ubuntu-artwork installed at the same time)00:51
TheMusorobert_ancell: sure00:57
TheMusorobert_ancell: I purged empathy, and can still run gcalctool.00:58
TheMusoi.e just the empathy package.00:58
robert_ancellTheMuso, and ubuntu-artwork is installed?  Do you get a warning from apt about an override file referring to emapthy01:04
TheMusorobert_ancell: Hang on, I haven't updated today. Let me do so and check again.01:04
TheMusorobert_ancell: I do get this when removing empathy.01:12
TheMusoProcessing triggers for libglib2.0-0 ...01:12
TheMusoNo such schema `org.gnome.Empathy.conversation' specified in override file `/usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/ubuntu-artwork.gschema.override', ignoringProcessing triggers for desktop-file-utils ...01:12
TheMusorobert_ancell: no I don't get that error you speak of.01:12
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RAOFrobert_ancell: I also get that override message, and gcalctool still works for me after purging empathy.01:13
robert_ancellRAOF, TheMuso, thanks, someone is convinced in the bug report it's not fixed.  Just wanted to check I wan't crazy :)01:14
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TheMusoRAOF: Seems the problem has been found WRT pulse muting audio etc etc. Its a race between whether pulse quits before the alsa stop process is run to store and mute levels. The shutdown sequence is too fast for its own good. :S04:45
* TheMuso can't believe why he didn't think of it before.04:46
RAOFTheMuso: Awesome!04:46
TheMusoRAOF: Yeah, its just a matter of fixing it now.04:47
TheMusoIn my mind, such things are a good case for the shutdown process to be linear.04:47
TheMusoAnyway, its only really because we have 2 systems arguing over volume control,'04:48
RAOFHm.  When did gnome-display-properties break, and why?04:51
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RAOFAh.  Fixed in 1:2.31.91-0ubuntu205:08
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* ara hugs kenvandine for fixing gwibber in Maverick07:51
didrocksgood morning08:03
glatzormorning mvo08:04
glatzormvo, could you upload a new version ohttps://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sessioninstaller/+bug/612140f sessioninstaller:08:04
mvoglatzor: !08:04
ubot2Launchpad bug 612140 in sessioninstaller (Ubuntu) "session-installer crashed with AttributeError in InstallPrinterDrivers() when setting up a printer (affects: 15) (dups: 3) (heat: 90)" [High,Fix committed]08:04
* mvo hugs glatzor08:04
* glatzor hugs mvo too08:05
mvoglatzor: sure, I'm happy to do the upload08:05
glatzormvo, but there isn't any way to map printer drivers to packages in Ubuntu yet?08:05
mvoglatzor: can't jockey help here?08:08
glatzorI will ask tkamppeter08:09
mvoglatzor: or pitti08:09
glatzormvo, what happened to the software-updater project? It was removed from launchpad?08:09
mvoglatzor: no idea08:10
mvoglatzor: its and471 baby08:10
tkamppeterglatzor, movo: Note that pitti is on vacation until Sep 13.08:11
glatzormvo, are there any further issues that you need to get addressed to in aptdaemon? I have got one day off today.08:12
mvoglatzor: no, I think aptdaemon is fine now (as far as I am concerned :)08:14
mvoglatzor: I will add simulate to the s-c next08:14
mvoglatzor: a release for final would be nice ;)08:15
glatzormvo, do you want to have the UpdateCachePartially in for maverick?08:16
mvoglatzor: that would be cool, its not essential, but it seems like its a nice and very low risk feature08:20
glatzormvo, ok I will merge it08:20
didrockswoaw vish, touching old old bugs :)08:41
vishdidrocks: hehe.. yeah.. apt bugday today :)08:42
didrocksvish: keep in mind that launchpad will be off for 3 hours this morning :)08:42
vishoh..!  its like the forced-typing breaks ;)08:43
didrocksheh, time to do more local testing! :-)08:43
didrocksvish: I'm fixing the "hide on close" for rhythmbox btw. I'm wondering if <control>w should do the same (hiding the app), instead of just minimizing it.08:44
* vish looks at RB..08:45
vishodd! Ctrl+w in Lucid does nothing! but is in the menu as "Close"08:48
vishbut in maverick, the menu item is not there but minimizes..08:48
vishdidrocks: is it one of our indicator changes? [to minimize?]08:48
didrocksvish: no, it isn't, it's in the core rhythmbox in maverick08:49
didrocksvish: well, in any case, changing that to "hide", at close makes sense. will do that08:49
vishdidrocks: weird, why they changed it.. but ctrl+w is sane  to "close"  yeah :)08:49
didrocksright :)08:50
glatzormvo, what do you think about https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/aptdaemon/+bug/63161908:54
ubot2Launchpad bug 631619 in software-center (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "Authentication dialog doesn't make sense when purchasing (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New]08:54
mvoglatzor: here is one that is a bit odd https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/software-center/+bug/62882308:55
ubot2Launchpad bug 628823 in software-center (Ubuntu) "password request for proxy access everytime the install button is clicked (affects: 1) (heat: 583)" [Low,New]08:55
mvoglatzor: #631619> yeah, the dialog text should be different I guess, but how can this be archived?08:56
mvoglatzor: from aptdaemons POV its "add-repo, add-key, update, install"08:56
glatzormvo, this is correct. in the discussion about the privileges reorganisation we decided to not allow any user to set a proxy per transaction by default.08:56
mvoglatzor: wasn't the idea to remember the priv though?08:56
glatzormvo, pitti suggested that the system proxy settings should be used08:57
mvook, fair enough08:57
glatzormvo, so the default policy for set-proxy is auth-admin08:58
mvocan we just use _keep?08:58
glatzormvo, you should not set it in software-center at all08:58
mvoaha, ok08:58
mvothat is easy to fix ;)08:59
seb128hey there09:00
glatzormvo, back to the install-purchased-privilege: s-c authenticates for the new privilege before calling add-repo, update-cache, and install-packages09:01
glatzormvo, aptdaemon would check for install-purchased instead of e.g change-repositories in update-cache09:01
bilalakhtarseb128: You came at a time when LP is going down :(((((09:01
mvoglatzor: yeah, that is a good idea. maybe we can give it a generic name? install-from-new-repo?09:01
seb128bilalakhtar, I know about lp being down today09:01
mvoglatzor: unless you are fine with install-purchase09:01
glatzormvo, install-purchased would allow to perform add-repo, updatecache(partially?) and installpackages09:02
mvoglatzor: or alternatively I can distro patch09:02
seb128bilalakhtar, it's done for 3 hours09:02
mvoglatzor: yep09:02
didrockssalut seb12809:02
bilalakhtarseb128: :(09:02
seb128lut didrocks09:02
seb128quick session restart after upgrades brb09:02
glatzormvo, in the end we would need two privileges, I would like to add a generic install-packages-from-new-repo, and I am ok with an additional install-purchased-packages too to cover the canonical case09:05
mvoglatzor: ok, that sounds like a plan09:06
glatzorinstall-packages-from-new-repo would e.g. apply for installing codecs09:06
* mvo nods09:06
mvoaha, launchpad down09:07
glatzormvo, perhaps juliank will rip out the privilege in Debian but that is ok too09:07
seb128mvo, yes for 3 hours...09:07
mvo3h ?09:07
mvoand I can't bzr commit in that time?09:07
seb128mvo, yes, they do server updates09:07
seb128mvo, you can locally I guess09:07
seb128mvo, you can't pull or push though09:07
bilalakhtarCode hosting should be up, mvo09:07
bilalakhtarseb128: ^^09:07
seb128usually that goes down as well09:08
bilalakhtarsince it was updated recently09:08
seb128especially on server updates09:08
seb128hum, ok09:08
mvoreadonly ?09:08
seb128bilalakhtar, thanks09:08
mvoI just tried to commit with no luck09:08
seb128mvo, it's down for 1.5h09:08
bilalakhtarseb128: crowberry was upgraded a week ago09:08
seb128then readonly for 1.5hour09:08
seb128didrocks, hey09:08
didrockshey seb12809:09
seb128how are you?09:09
seb128robert_ancell, there?09:09
didrocksI'm fine thanks, just had the time to do my morning tasks before launchpad is down :)09:09
didrockslast comment 3 minutes before it stopped! just in time :)09:09
didrocksand you?09:09
mvotetrinet anyone ?09:10
seb128mvo, ;-)09:10
mvo(just kidding)09:10
didrocksmvo: ahah09:10
seb128didrocks, I'm fine, will be a boring morning without launchpad09:10
mvodidrocks: lol - the french style !09:10
mvoglatzor: I removed the proxy stuff09:11
mvoglatzor: let me know when the other bits land, I will add the code in s-c then :)09:11
mvodpm: I had to add a new string to s-c to fix a bug (rather important one) - I need to mail ubuntu-translators and applogize, right ?09:12
seb128robert_ancell, stop hidding ;-)09:12
mvoaha, robert_ancell - is vte fixed ? 91_keep_fds ;) ?09:13
mvohrm, hrm, bzr pull does not work for me, 50309:13
robert_ancellmvo, I uploaded it, the patch was tricky to apply.  It appears to work, but please review09:14
seb128he's there, just ignore me!09:14
dpmmvo, yes, and after apologizing, you should ask them if they ever let you code for Ubuntu again :P09:14
dpmmvo, now more seriously, if the fix is for an important bug, or if it makes strings translatable that they weren't again, simply send a notification e-mail. But before that, which bug was it?09:14
seb128robert_ancell, hello there, how are you doing?09:15
seb128robert_ancell, tomorrow is your last day for this cycle? do you have any remaining task?09:15
* didrocks understands know the /ignore yesterday :p09:16
mvodpm: it was bug #554319 - there was no check and no message if installing a new app caused the removal of a existing one09:16
ubot2mvo: Bug 554319 on http://launchpad.net/bugs/554319 is private09:17
robert_ancellseb128, no, I'm avoiding taking on anything too big :)  I'm just uploading the latest cdrdao, which is the last important bug in my queue09:17
seb128robert_ancell, nice09:17
mvorobert_ancell: excellent, thank you very much! I will test/review shortly09:17
mvorobert_ancell: next cycle I can look into adding the needed bits to pyhton-vte to make the patch unneeded, that is going to be much cleaner then09:18
seb128robert_ancell, what do you plan for tomorrow? should I still try to find you some bugs to work on?09:18
robert_ancellmvo, sorry about that, I thought that upstream had fixed it in a different way.  The code changed a lot there and there was something in the NEWS that indicated they'd fixed something there09:18
seb128robert_ancell, we didn't do a great job at listing bugs for the release this cycle09:18
seb128robert_ancell, I've tried to assign you enough to let you pick some and keep busy09:18
robert_ancellseb128, yeah, point me at some stuff, I'll pick some quick ones if I can09:18
seb128not sure I picked right though ;-)09:19
mvorobert_ancell: yeah, with the C api its all fine, but it seems to be not yet possible with pyhon, a simple-matter-of-programming, I'm sure, but for N :)09:19
seb128robert_ancell, ok, I will assign you a bunch of things do those you feel like being able to do09:19
seb128didrocks, I don't know if that's due to you bug evo is a piece of crap for some days there09:20
didrocksseb128: really? I don't have any crash there09:20
seb128it sometime stop doing anything09:21
didrocksseb128: do you think it's because of 2.30.3?09:21
seb128like stay on fetching email for ever09:21
seb128and closing it doesn't work it hangs as well09:21
seb128well I didn't have any issue like this in a while09:21
seb128but I've to kill it like 10 times a day since this week09:21
didrockshum, I just updated the stack to 2.30.3 and redo the express patch…09:22
didrocksoh that's bad09:22
seb128I was mentionning it in case you noticed something09:22
seb128I will talk with the upstream guys09:22
didrocksno, I have nothing like that :/09:22
robert_ancellseb128, oh, what do you think about bug 494311 - it looks like a patch we are carrying on rdesktop breaks a caps lock and numpad in a lot of cases.  There are a lot of calls to remove the patch (debian etc are not carrying it).  I don't know enough to make a good call - the patch has definitely caused a regression, but removing it may cause problems for people using multiple keyboard layouts (which was the reason for the patch09:22
robert_ancell in the first place I think)09:22
ubot2robert_ancell: Bug 494311 on http://launchpad.net/bugs/494311 is private09:22
didrocksI got one crash since the update and evo is running 10 hours a day there…09:22
robert_ancellubot2, you lie, you are just offline!09:23
ubot2robert_ancell: Error: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)09:23
seb128bug 49431109:23
ubot2seb128: Bug 494311 on http://launchpad.net/bugs/494311 is private09:23
seb128stupid bot09:23
robert_ancellLP just went offline09:23
seb128what was the purpose of the change to start?09:24
robert_ancellMy feeling is we do remove it, because there are a lot of complaints about it, and no-one else has the patch09:24
robert_ancellseb128, bug 25170909:24
ubot2robert_ancell: Bug 251709 on http://launchpad.net/bugs/251709 is private09:25
seb128robert_ancell, ok, do it09:25
seb128robert_ancell, btw did you try your pitivi update?09:25
dpmmvo, it should be fine to just send a short notification message mentioning the bug and the new strings. Thanks!09:25
seb128robert_ancell, you should really start testing or running at least things once before uploading09:25
robert_ancellseb128, yes, problem?09:25
seb128like one of the updates you did this week didn't ship the gsetting schemas09:25
seb128which means crashed on start09:26
seb128robert_ancell, not sure I will need to check, slomo and #pitivi guys pinged me about it this week09:26
robert_ancellseb128, oh, which one was that?09:26
seb128robert_ancell, it apparently requires some gstreamer changes which are not in the current version09:26
seb128I'm not sure how it would show up though09:26
robert_ancelloh, it loaded fine and played a video I imported09:27
seb128slomo, there?09:27
seb128robert_ancell, gnome-bt it was I think09:27
seb128which didn't have its gsettings schemas09:27
seb128no worry, you get a lot done and it's ok to have some glitch in unstable cycles09:29
robert_ancellcdrdao doesn't want to compile :(  No upload today09:29
seb128you used the debian version for the update?09:30
seb128well maybe tomorrow then ;-)09:30
seb128let me your work in progress tomorrow before leaving if you don't finish it09:30
robert_ancellseb128, yeah, we have one patch for arm09:30
seb128robert_ancell, was there anything left on your list?09:30
seb128or things I should take care of?09:30
robert_ancellfor maverick?09:30
seb128not sure if we will catch up tomorrow or not09:30
seb128I will do the shotwell update when they roll it09:31
seb128did you still want to get the new anjuta in?09:31
robert_ancellnothing from me09:31
seb128was that blocked on somebody to help on the issue you had?09:31
seb128sorry I didn't really manage to take time for that one09:31
robert_ancellseb128, I haven't filed a bug on it, it only occurs when builddir != srcdir.  There were a number of similar issues which I provided patches for so I don't think upstream builds like that.  I'm confused to what's happening, I'll file a bug tomorrow with what I know09:32
robert_ancellit's a GIR dependency issue or something09:32
seb128robert_ancell, ok09:32
seb128why does anjuta needs gir?09:33
robert_ancellI think it uses it for autocompletion?  But I'm not sure.09:33
slomoseb128: yes09:33
seb128slomo, was there any issue with the new pitivi and our current gst version?09:33
seb128robert_ancell, ok, is your work in progress in the vcs?09:34
robert_ancellseb128, yes, in +junk09:34
slomoseb128: a small one, yes. but that was broken before too, just a bit different09:34
slomoseb128: to get that working you only need some changes in gst-plugins-base09:35
robert_ancellseb128, is pitivi crashing for you now?09:35
seb128slomo, so there is no problem doing the update?09:35
slomoseb128: apart from that the pitivi guys made sure that everything works with the versions in maverick09:35
slomoseb128: no09:35
seb128ok thanks09:35
slomorobert_ancell: does it crash for you? do you have python-gi installed?09:35
seb128robert_ancell, no, I was just double checking09:35
robert_ancellseb128, you're just messing with me!! :)09:36
seb128since they asked if we could get some gstreamer changes in for it09:36
slomoseb128: you might want to sync gnonlin too then, it only contains bugfixes but they will improve pitivi in a few places09:36
robert_ancellslomo, no, loaded and played a video for me09:36
slomorobert_ancell: ok, good. for me it always crashes if python-gi is installed but that's happening since a long time now already :)09:36
slomoseb128: if you want i can give you the -base commits btw09:37
seb128slomo, what would it change?09:37
robert_ancellok, gtg, see you guys in 4 weeks!09:37
seb128robert_ancell, or tomorrow ;-)09:37
seb128robert_ancell, have fun, enjoy your holidays!09:37
robert_ancellseb128, are you getting up early? ;)09:37
seb128robert_ancell, not especially09:37
seb128robert_ancell, but I might be up late09:37
seb128robert_ancell, it catch you on your day start09:37
seb128it -> ie09:37
robert_ancelland give me one last whipping :)09:37
seb128I'm on holidays next week as well09:38
seb128and I want to finish some things today and tomorrow09:38
seb128right ;-)09:38
slomoseb128: gnonlin or the -base commits?09:38
seb128the base commits09:39
seb128I will do the gnonlin sync on debian09:39
seb128I'm not sure if we should do the base change though09:39
slomoseb128: it adds a property to videoscale to add black borders if necessary to keep the display aspect ratio. without this you need to make sure that the width/height in the project settings is correct... or it will be slow and/or squeeze the video a bit :)09:40
slomoseb128: http://cgit.freedesktop.org/gstreamer/gst-plugins-base/log/gst/videoscale/gstvideoscale.c   the 2010-07-18/19 commits and the 2010-08-11 commit09:42
slomoseb128: not really small changes though... but fairly trivial09:43
seb128slomo, thanks09:46
seb128non trivial change09:46
seb128that will probably be for next cycle09:46
slomoseb128: those changes are not doing anything usually btw... you have to explicitely set a property to go through most of the new code paths ;)09:50
seb128if you want to backport them you are welcome ;-)09:51
seb128I might have a go to it09:51
seb128but it's low priority on my list and I'm on holidays start next week09:51
seb128with lot of other things to do09:51
slomook, i was planning to add them to the debian package anyway09:51
seb128but if somebody wants to pick up the task ;-)09:51
seb128slomo, great, I will sync if you do that ;-)09:51
slomoseb128: ok, i'll tell you when it's uploaded :)09:52
didrocksseb128: do you think you will have some time today (when launchpad will be online again) to ack the syncs for ldb, tevent, samba4? (openchange has been already done by cjwatson). I'll be able to point you to the bug reports09:54
didrocksthe latest ldb avoid a new dep on tdb (which is in main)09:54
didrocksall are in universe and mostly used by samba4/openchange09:55
didrocksthis will enable me to update evolution-mapi to 2.30 (merge from debian) to get it working09:55
seb128didrocks, ok09:58
lucidfoxWhere can I file bugs about wording on releases.ubuntu.com?09:58
didrocksseb128: thanks :)09:58
jpdslucidfox: ubuntu-cdimage10:02
jpdsLaney: Du kannst schön sein.10:05
kamstrupseb128, the latest vala package can not compile unity... did you include the patch I made to fix this?10:07
seb128kamstrup, no10:07
seb128kamstrup, the patch you did was pointing to a bugzilla bug which is closed and where you said it's fixed since 0.9.410:08
seb128so I figured since I had no testcase and you said that was fixed that the patch was not useful and a leftover10:08
kamstrupseb128, oh, crap, right... it was because the test case I had for the bug was fixed, but it still botches it on Unity10:08
kamstrupseb128, I couldn't figure what the difference between my test case and the unity code is10:09
kamstrupbut apparently there is some difference :-)10:09
seb128I will add it back10:09
seb128could you open a bug upstream though?10:09
kamstrupthanks - sorry for the mess10:09
kamstrupseb128, sure thing10:09
seb128np, sorry for creating issues10:09
seb128I should have pinged before10:09
seb128but I figured that we would notice and add back if it was required10:09
seb128there we are ;-)10:09
chrisccoulsongood morning everyone10:10
seb128hey chrisccoulson10:10
seb128chrisccoulson, nice work on the gcc bug!10:10
chrisccoulsonhi seb128, how are you?10:10
seb128I'm fine10:10
seb128I figure what was breaking my screen10:10
chrisccoulsonoh, what was it?10:11
seb128ie for a week when starting my laptop docked with lid closed the monitor is off as well10:11
seb128it's the g-s-d update10:11
seb128I've downgraded to 2.30 and it works10:11
seb128now I need to figure what commit broke it10:11
seb128or first to check the recent changes federico added to trunk10:11
chrisccoulsonyeah, that should be a bit easier now hopefully :)10:12
seb128and see if that's still an issue10:12
chrisccoulsoni should try it here too, but having the lid closed isn't a configuration i usually use10:12
seb128you use 2 screens?10:12
didrocksgood morning chrisccoulson10:12
chrisccoulsonseb128 - yeah, i use 2 screens when docked10:13
chrisccoulsonhi didrocks, how are you?10:13
kamstrupseb128, reopened with a comment10:13
didrockschrisccoulson: I'm fine, thanks!10:13
seb128kamstrup, thanks10:13
dpmhey mvo, do you know where the strings shown during installation on these screenshots come from ("Copying files", "Retrieving blah, blah...") ? They are all untranslated, and I'm wondering if they come from aptdaemon and if that is indeed a bug or aptdaemon just needs to fetch translations from LP:10:14
chrisccoulsonhmmm, having no launchpad is a pain :(10:15
seb128chrisccoulson, ok10:15
seb128chrisccoulson, how are you btw? ;-)10:15
seb128chrisccoulson, yeah :-(10:15
chrisccoulsonseb128 - yeah, i'm good thanks10:15
mvodpm: that comes from python-apt/libapt10:15
chrisccoulsoni guess i should go and grab some coffee whilst there's no launchpad10:15
mvodpm: I *think*, I'm not much of a installer-hacker10:16
seb128chrisccoulson, that's a lot of coffee it's still down for 15minutes then in readonly for 1h3010:16
chrisccoulsoni suppose read only isn't so bad, as long as i can get read access to my branches10:16
seb128I'm not sure you can pull during readonly10:18
dpmmvo, ok, thanks, I'll check the python-apt/libapt templates once LP is back. Do you think this could be plausible? I.e. that the packages only need to fetch translations, rather than a bug? Do you usually fetch translations for them?10:18
seb128I think readonly means web readonly10:18
didrocksdpm: the ubuntuone email in https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/Wanted/UbuntuOneEmail isn't the same than the one is the patch10:19
dpmdidrocks, don't tell me the ubuntuone guys have changed it :(10:20
dpmthat's the one Matt Griffin sent me10:20
didrocksdpm: at least, I see different stenza organization, and one additional sentence10:21
didrocksrodrigo_: when you will be there, can you check? (your evolution ubuntuone email isn't the same than in the wiki https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/Wanted/UbuntuOneEmail)10:21
dpmdidrocks, we'll just either break translations or piss translators off if we change it now. Let me send an e-mail to Matt and CC you. Can you give me a diff?10:22
rodrigo_didrocks, hmm, ok, let me see10:22
didrocksdpm: http://paste.ubuntu.com/490846/10:22
didrocksdpm: the organization isn't the same (not a big deal, I think)10:23
didrocksbut at least, we have:10:23
didrocks+Evolution is better with Ubuntu One - the personal cloud that brings10:23
didrocks+your digital life together.10:23
didrocksrodrigo_: you will be in charge of adding l10n too, right? (refreshing the page)10:23
seb128didrocks, dpm: well we can just include the wiki translations even if they don't match the english text10:23
seb128don't match perfectly the english text10:23
rodrigo_didrocks, we decided not to add the intltool stuff this cycle10:24
rodrigo_didrocks, I am going to send it upstreamfor next gnome cycle10:24
didrocksrodrigo_: not adding the intltool stuff, just merging languages10:24
didrocksseb128: yeah, it still makes sense10:24
seb128rodrigo_, right, we decided to collect all the translations and add them in the patch for this cycle rather10:24
rodrigo_didrocks, ah, and what am I supposed to do?10:24
dpmdidrocks, which are exactly the differences though? IIRC, the sentence you are mentioning is already in the message in the wiki10:24
rodrigo_oh, LP is off10:25
didrocksdpm: "Ubuntu One does more than sync your files - whether you need to…"10:25
didrocksdpm: I don't find that in the wiki page10:25
didrocksrodrigo_: taking the translation in https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations/Wanted/UbuntuOneEmail/ and adding them to the patch, I guess10:26
seb128didrocks, that's different from what you copied before10:26
rodrigo_didrocks, ok10:27
didrocksseb128: yeah, because I found the other sentence finally in the wiki too, not easy to make a diff there10:27
didrocksbut I don't find this one10:27
ronocbl8: hey10:27
dpmdidrocks, I'm a bit lost to what the differences are now. Can you post a diff with the differences in the translatable text somewhere?10:28
didrocksdpm: let me try to get something10:28
bl8ronoc: Hey !10:29
ronocbl8, so I asked bratsche to try out banshee with the sound menu last night but he also could not get to register10:30
ronocbl8, bbi 1010:31
seb128huats, lut10:32
seb128didrocks, how does banshee testing is going btw?10:33
seb128didrocks, seems ronoc doesn't get it to work with the sound indicator?10:33
didrocksdpm: ronoc: http://paste.ubuntu.com/490853/10:34
didrocksrodrigo_: ^^10:34
didrocksseb128: yeah, it's mainly a fail until then10:34
didrocksseb128: sound indicator failing. Tried to ping Bertrand yesterday but he is not there10:34
rodrigo_didrocks, cool, thanks10:34
huatshello seb12810:35
didrocksseb128: ubuntuone music store has an issue which should be fixed today10:35
seb128didrocks, he just said hey there ;-)10:35
didrocksargh :/10:35
didrocksI pinged him twice!10:35
didrocksok, so he is just ignoring me ;)10:35
seb128didrocks, well he seems to not say a lot out of hey :p10:35
rodrigo_seb128, any idea how to enable debugging in nautilus? I have several g_debug calls that never show up, and seems it's because it's just redirecting them somewhere10:36
didrocksand other little issues people are signaling10:36
didrocksseb128: so mainly, I think that banshee isn't for this cycle10:36
didrocksthat's bad seeing the amount of work done there and in upstream, but it's not lost10:36
dpmseb128, didrocks, rodrigo_, I'm fine with the suggestion of using the new English text but leaving translations as they are. It's a bit messy to organize translations on the wiki, and changes are really going to piss translators off at this point10:37
didrocksdpm: I agree, what was added is small10:37
didrocksrodrigo_: can you roll a patch with translations? I'll update evo then10:37
didrocksseb128: what we can do is syncing early in Natty cycle10:38
seb128rodrigo_, let me check I just g_print usually when doing hacking ;-)10:38
vishdoes anyone have a good metaphor for the Lisp category in SC?10:38
* vish can think of a good way to represent it,.. :(10:38
seb128didrocks, well we still want to get it working in maverick10:38
didrocksseb128: yeah, the sound indicator is a must, other bugs can live with it, not as default, but it's getting fixed10:39
rodrigo_seb128, right, g_print works, but I'd like to leave the g_debug calls10:39
dpmdidrocks, rodrigo_, I'd still like to give time to translators until NonLanguagePackDeadline as we agreed, so I'll be pinging you to fetch any new translations and put them in the package just before that date, if that's ok with you10:39
didrocksseb128: and new release today or tomorrow IIRC10:39
rodrigo_dpm, yes, perfect10:39
didrocksthanks rodrigo_, dpm10:39
seb128rodrigo_, check nautilus-debug-log.txt10:39
dpmthanks rodrigo_, didrocks :)10:40
rodrigo_seb128, where is that file?10:41
seb128rodrigo_, that's what the log handle write in the code10:42
bl8didrocks: Sorry, missed your pings. I'm not ignoring you, I'm looking into the sound indicator issue, although it works fine with me10:43
seb128rodrigo_, still checking you might need to set G_DEBUG or something10:43
didrocksbl8: no worry, was jocking about the joking :-) it's not working there, if you need any debug info, do not hesitate10:43
* didrocks should avoid too much parralelization those days… to many word switchs10:46
mptdidrocks, hi, Mark suggested I bug you about why Unity isn't launching for me10:59
mptI installed it, and it's the default in the session menu in the login screen, but when I log in I still get gnome-panel.10:59
didrocksmpt: sure, what's the issue you get?10:59
didrockshum, did you save your session, by any chance?11:00
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didrocksmpt: ? ^^11:03
mptdidrocks, I don't know what that means. (I know the logout dialog used to have a "Save session" checkbox, but I haven't seen it in years.)11:04
bl8ronoc: Does the sound indicator store data anywhere else than ~/.cache/indicators/sound/familiar-players-db.keyfile ? I'm trying to go back to a clean state11:04
didrocksmpt: yes, but maybe you still have a save session somewhere, can you look at ~/.gnome2/session?11:04
mptdidrocks, No such file or directory11:05
didrockshum… I'm also sure it's related to that11:05
didrocksmpt: when you log in your UNE session11:06
mptwhich I am right now11:06
didrocksmpt: can you launch a terminal and $ gconftool-2 -g /desktop/gnome/session/required_components_list11:07
didrocksmpt: and env | grep SESSION11:08
mpthm, I seem to have no clipboard11:08
mptdidrocks, http://paste.ubuntu.com/490872/11:09
seb128some days I hate linux11:10
seb128gnome-session crashed because I moved the nautilus binary I guess11:10
seb128it was trying to restart it since it's in autorestart on11:11
didrocksmpt: ok and now gcontool-2 -g /desktop/gnome/session/required_components/windowmanager && gcontool-2 -g /desktop/gnome/session/required_components/panel11:11
didrocksre seb12811:11
seb128then linux crashed because of the vt change11:11
didrocksurgh :/11:11
seb128then I restarted and got the no active screen issue again thanks to gsd11:11
mptAh, I do have a clipboard, it's just that xchat has forgotten how to copy things11:12
didrocksteach xchat that again :)11:12
mpt11:11:06@~> gconftool-2 -g /desktop/gnome/session/required_components/windowmanager && gconftool-2 -g /desktop/gnome/session/required_components/panel11:13
didrocksok, sounds good11:13
didrocksso ls ~/.config/gnome-session/saved-session11:13
mptdidrocks, http://paste.ubuntu.com/490874/11:13
didrocksahah! so you saved your session :)11:14
didrocks(or still saving, I don't know)11:14
didrocksso, remove all the content of the directory11:14
seb128rodrigo_, send a SIGUSR1 to nautilus11:14
seb128rodrigo_, it will write the log file11:14
rodrigo_seb128, thanks for looking! :)11:15
didrocksmpt: then gnome-session-properties, tab 'option' and check that "save session" checkbox is unchecked11:15
seb128rodrigo_, in fact those seems to be for nautilus_debug_log() calls11:17
seb128rodrigo_, I guess hack src/nautilus-main.c and remove the handler ;-)11:17
rodrigo_right, I guess g_debug is not included11:17
ronocbl8: yep that is the only place11:18
bl8ronoc: Can I get some logs of what the sound indicator is doing ?11:19
ronocbl8: its the service that will flag if the app registers or not, best thing to do would be to check out trunk11:21
slomoseb128: uploaded11:21
seb128slomo, thanks11:22
ronocin sound-service.c, comment line 44 and 45, compile and run ./src/indicator-sound-service11:22
ronocbl8: make sure all other sound-services are killed before running your own11:22
ronocyou can then see for sure if anything attempt at registering was made by banshee11:23
mptdidrocks, there is no "Save session" checkbox, but there is a checked "Automatically remember running applications when logging out" checkbox. Should I uncheck that?11:23
didrocksmpt: yeah, I tried to translate without launching with LANG=C. It's that one, right. uncheck it11:23
ronocbl8, I did this yesterday and did not see any noise from banshee,11:24
didrocksmpt: so once that + remove the context of the saved-session directory are removed, you can logout/login again11:24
didrockss/are removed/is done/11:24
rodrigo_didrocks, I am bit busy right now with some other urgent stuff, so before I forget, can you file a bug for the evo mail iussue and assign it to me?11:25
rodrigo_didrocks, please :-)11:25
didrocksrodrigo_: sure, will do that! thanks :-)11:25
didrocksrodrigo_: in any case, dpm will ping you one all translations are there11:25
rodrigo_didrocks, cool, thanks11:25
mptdidrocks, ok, I'll try that as soon as I've finished reporting a couple of bugs :-)11:26
didrocksmpt: sure, keep me in touch :)11:26
rodrigo_didrocks, can you merge ubuntu-desktop/* branches?11:26
didrocksrodrigo_: yeah, do you have something I have to merge?11:27
rodrigo_didrocks, yes, 2 branches: https://code.launchpad.net/~rodrigo-moya/ubuntu/maverick/tomboy/fix-dllmap and https://code.launchpad.net/~rodrigo-moya/ubuntu/maverick/evolution-couchdb/0_5_0_release11:27
rodrigo_didrocks, the packages are already in the archive, so they just need merging11:27
didrocksrodrigo_: ok, will do it in few minutes11:28
rodrigo_didrocks, no hurry, so do it when possible, just want to avoid having someone upload an upgrade without those changes11:28
rodrigo_didrocks, thanks11:28
didrocksrodrigo_: you're welcome11:28
didrocksmpt: OneConf typo fixed btw11:30
bl8ronoc: Also works with latest indicator trunk. Please test with the new .dll I posted on the bug11:38
mptdidrocks, still no Unity11:39
didrocksmpt: still panel?11:41
didrocksstill *a* panel11:41
didrocksls ~/.config/gnome-session/saved-session give you an empty directory, right?11:41
mptdidrocks, gnome-panel specifically :-)11:43
mptdidrocks, no, that directory contains the same six items it did before11:44
didrocksmpt: hum? weird, maybe when you unchecked the preference dialog it recreated it11:46
didrocksmpt: so, ensure the "Automatically remember running applications when logging out" is unchecked11:46
mptdidrocks, yes, it's unchecked11:46
didrocksmpt: and remove the content of the directory11:46
mptIs that an order? :-)11:46
didrocksmpt: depends if you want unity running :-)11:47
mpt(or a description of what it's supposed to do)11:47
chrisccoulsonit's a known bug that unchecking that checkbox doesn't restore the default session (ie, clear the contents of saved-session)11:47
didrocksit's a description of course :)11:47
mptOnce more unto the breach, dear friends11:47
didrocksmpt: it's just lost in translation like "File" which is a noun in French :p11:47
mptthanks didrocks11:48
didrocksmpt: you're welcome :)11:48
didrocksI still wonder why oh why gnome-session-save is saving the panel…11:49
didrocksand what's the good way to avoid that and clean people saving their session11:49
mptSomething's gone badly wrong now11:52
mptapport doesn't know the package for any of the things that are crashing11:52
mptI guess that's not related to Unity, though11:52
didrocksmpt: it doesn't say it's coming from mutter?11:56
mptNo, e.g. Ubuntu Software Center crashed and apport said "I don't know what package this is"11:56
slomoseb128: the gst-plugin-scanner crash: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=62459211:57
didrockshum, weird, didn't get that one11:57
ubot2Gnome bug 624592 in gst-python "gst-python: plugin: attempt to load plugin "python" fails with KeyError" [Critical,Resolved: fixed]11:57
seb128slomo, thanks11:57
seb128sorry I did some gsd testing11:57
seb128lunch now, bbl11:58
slomoseb128: i'll upload a new gst-python to debian later with that patch, i only need some testing feedback first :)11:58
seb128I will test after lunch11:58
slomoalready found someone to test it :)11:58
ronocbl8: works with the new dll12:02
bl8ronoc: Sweet, must have been a preference mix-up then12:04
ronocbl8, yeah when I copied over the new dll and ran banshee the sound menu option was unchecked. checked, restarted and bingo12:05
ronocbl8: thx, will get around to that bug in todays release12:06
slomoseb128: yes, works... please sync gst0.10-python 0.10.19-2 from debian/unstable later :)12:13
slomoit only contains this single patc12:13
kenvandineara, working better for you now?12:16
arakenvandine, yes, thanks!12:18
kenvandinei fixed quite a few bugs with last nights upload :)12:18
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seb128slomo, ok, will do12:39
seb128kenvandine, hey12:39
seb128the man who never sleep12:39
vishseb128: could you update Humanity from :  lp:~ubuntu-art-pkg/humanity/release  ? it has a few changes design team dint like and a few icons for SC12:40
seb128vish, ok12:40
vishminor only.. ;)12:40
vishseb128: thanks :)12:40
seb128you're welcome12:40
seb128session restart and I'm back12:40
rodrigo_kenvandine, around?12:48
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seb128ok, enough g-s-d testing for today13:10
seb128intel drivers keep crashing my box13:10
seb128kenvandine, hey13:10
dpmrodrigo_, I've filed bug 633972 as we discussed this morning. I cannot actually assign it to you, as LP tells me we're not in any same team. Could you please assign it to yourself? Thanks!13:17
ubot2Launchpad bug 633972 in evolution (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "Fetch the Ubuntu One e-mail translations and integrate them into the package (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63397213:17
seb128didrocks, thanks for the rhythmbox update13:19
didrocksseb128: you're welcome13:19
seb128didrocks, that doesn't match the spec though? will you do another iteration?13:19
seb128it's a nice start though and enough for this cycle I think13:19
didrocksseb128: oh really? maybe I misunderstood then13:20
* didrocks opens the bug again13:20
didrocks" I believe13:20
didrocksit should minimize to the indicator applet/thing."13:20
seb128dpm, didrocks opened one13:21
seb128dpm, he assigned it to rodrigo13:21
didrocksoh ok13:21
didrocksseb128: reading mpt comment now13:21
didrocksseb128: ok, fixing for that, shouldn't be hard13:21
seb128didrocks, yeah sorry, I was going to comment13:21
seb128it should exit if it's not doing anything or hide otherwise13:21
seb128didrocks, thanks13:22
dpmdidrocks, ah, ok so could you give me the bug #, so I'll mark mine as duplicate?13:22
seb128didrocks, well your way already give a way to do each, hide or exit13:22
seb128so it's probably enough for most users13:22
seb128still would be nice to do the smart thing ;-)13:22
didrocksseb128: I think the smart thing isn't too complicated to do. I'll hunt for that a little :)13:23
didrocksseb128: not sure about "saving the state", that's another issue for me13:23
didrocksyw :)13:23
didrocksdpm: one second, looking13:23
seb128didrocks, don't bother with that13:23
seb128state would be what song is being played etc13:23
seb128it's a different topic and probably not trivial13:24
didrocksyeah, I figured that, but it's more intrusive change13:24
didrocksdpm: bug #63392313:25
ubot2Launchpad bug 633923 in evolution (Ubuntu) "Merge translation for default ubuntuone email (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63392313:25
dpmok, thanks didrocks13:25
seb128didrocks, seems cjwatson beat me at syncing ;-)13:28
didrocksseb128: yeah, too slow :p13:28
didrocksseb128: I've the evo-mapi merge ready, just want to testbuild it, waiting for the packages to be published13:28
didrocksseb128: thanks nonetheless :-)13:28
seb128bug #63088613:29
ubot2Launchpad bug 630886 in nautilus (Ubuntu) "nautilus crashes when browsing /var/log (affects: 1) (heat: 10)" [Medium,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63088613:30
seb128pedro__, ^13:30
seb128didrocks, you're welcome ;-)13:30
seb128bug #62271613:32
ubot2seb128: Bug 622716 on http://launchpad.net/bugs/622716 is private13:32
pedro__the retracers are working again?13:32
seb128it stands13:32
seb128pedro__, yes!13:32
* pedro__ hugs seb12813:32
seb128pedro__, ola!13:32
* seb128 hugs pedro__13:32
pedro__ah darn nick13:32
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seb128pedro__, you will be busy cleaning those in the next days I guess13:32
seb128pedro_, you lost a part of your tail!13:32
pedro_been waiting for this time for weeks ;-)13:33
pedro_yeah, i hate long tails :-P13:33
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kenvandineseb128, hey13:39
seb128kenvandine, hello13:39
seb128kenvandine, did you forget to sleep?13:40
seb128your gwibber upload was list a few hours ago no?13:40
kenvandineseb128, i have 3 young kids13:41
kenvandinedoesn't matter what time i go to bed... they always wake me up around 6:3013:41
seb128right ;-)13:41
kenvandinejoys of parenthood :-p13:42
nessitakenvandine: teach them python and send them to hack until 8am :-)13:42
nessita(hello all!)13:42
kenvandinehey nessita13:42
nessitakenvandine: I was also wondering if you sleep at all, I saw your email from my 2am!13:42
kenvandinetime to sponsor your package now13:42
nessita(thanks, btw)13:42
nessitakenvandine: whooohooooo!13:42
kenvandineseb128, btw, i uploaded the refresh fix to lucid-proposed, but the reference bug was a re-opened one that ubuntu-sru is already subscribed to13:43
kenvandinewill it show up on the sru list just because it is in unapproved?13:43
seb128hey nessita13:44
seb128kenvandine, no, the sru list just show the accepted uplodas13:44
nessitahey seb128, how is it going?13:44
seb128nessita, I'm fine thanks13:44
seb128we got our retracer back13:44
kenvandineseb128, ok, so i need to ping someone to get it accepted?13:45
seb128kenvandine, sorry I misread the question there13:45
seb128it will show up on the sru team review list13:45
seb128it will not be on http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/pending-sru.html13:45
seb128until it's accepted by somebody13:45
seb128kenvandine, so not really, you might want to ping cjwatson though just because pitti is not there and I'm not sure anybody is going to review it otherwise13:46
kenvandinei really hope it helps get us under the allocation13:47
seb128nice to see the bugs fixed in the maverick update13:47
kenvandinesince the last fix, our total throughput on facebook has gone down quite a bit but the number of requests haven't13:47
kenvandineand it should... but the number of registered users is still climbing13:48
kenvandinegwibber in maverick should be looking pretty solid... although i am not that confident in some of the services included...13:50
kenvandinelike buzz and stuff13:50
seb128well those are side feature though13:51
LaserJockkenvandine: would it be worth a testing grid13:51
LaserJocklike on a wiki or something13:52
LaserJocktrying to see which services are working reliably or not?13:52
kenvandinei don't have time to test them all... would be really nice to have people that actually use those services report on their quality13:52
kenvandineor the desktop testing project :)13:52
* kenvandine looks at ara13:53
kenvandineperhaps we need to write up test cases for people to run through13:55
rodrigo_hey kenvandine13:55
rodrigo_kenvandine, I'm having a problem similar to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gwibber/+bug/60001013:56
ubot2Launchpad bug 600010 in gwibber (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "gwibber-service crashed with SIGSEGV in pthread_mutex_lock() (affects: 79) (dups: 8) (heat: 355)" [High,Fix released]13:56
rodrigo_kenvandine, can you poiunt me to where in gwibeer sources that was fixed?13:56
kenvandinerodrigo_, it was fixed by reusing thread pools13:57
kenvandineinstead of creating new workers each time13:57
kenvandineit was stepping on itself13:57
kenvandineso that probably won't fix your problem13:57
kenvandinethis was fixed as a side affect to fixing a bug that was hurting fedora13:58
rodrigo_kenvandine, ok, so the problem is python's Thread, that can only have one thread running at a time, right?13:58
kenvandinesort of14:00
kenvandinei think the thread was still working when another operation was trying to do the same thing14:01
kenvandinewhich caused a race14:01
kenvandinebasically a second refresh operation would start before the last one finished14:01
kenvandineand sometimes they would both try to get a list of proxies for the same url14:02
kenvandinerodrigo_, that might be a libproxy bug itself, but probably a corner case14:02
rodrigo_kenvandine, well, it seems to, it's failing in a call to px_free, outside of a thread14:03
kenvandinelike in gwibber's case, it was really caused by a gwibber problem14:03
rodrigo_I had to use the libproxy code outside of the thread because I was getting a similar crash14:03
kenvandineyeah, those threads can share memory resources and i think since it was making identical requests the second free was failing14:04
kenvandineat least that is what i suspect14:04
rodrigo_I think I'm going to use a thread pool and try if that fixes it14:04
kenvandinein my case it was because of a pretty nasty gwibber bug and we shouldn't do that :)14:04
rodrigo_kenvandine, you had the same crash with libproxy 0.4.6, right?14:04
kenvandinei think the thread pool was only half the problem14:04
kenvandineyes... i did repro it with 0.4.614:05
rodrigo_let's see what comes up14:05
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kenvandineupstream wasn't too interested in looking at the problem since our libproxy is so old14:05
rodrigo_yes, it is14:05
kenvandinethe other half of the problem was gwibber would create new times for refreshes, when you would manually trigger a refresh14:05
kenvandineso you could have an interval of 15m and refreshes could happen much more often14:05
kenvandineso i also fixed that by ensure on each refresh i remove the timer14:06
devildantehi all :)14:08
devildantempt, around?14:12
chrisccoulsonis anyone finding launchpad not auto-closing bugs with uploads?14:16
chrisccoulsoni'm not sure why bug 410407 wasn't autoclosed14:16
ubot2Launchpad bug 410407 in nspluginwrapper (Fedora) (and 11 other projects) "Adobe Flash Player does not respond to mouse clicks [READ DESCRIPTION] (affects: 990) (dups: 56) (heat: 4341)" [Unknown,Unknown] https://launchpad.net/bugs/41040714:16
didrockschrisccoulson: yeh, got that too14:18
chrisccoulsondidrocks - thanks. i just asked on #launchpad too14:19
devildantempt, ?14:19
chrisccoulsondidrocks - which bug did you see it with?14:19
mpthi devildante14:19
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chrisccoulsondidrocks - bug 526552?14:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 526552 in rhythmbox (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 1 other project) "Ensure rhythmbox is compliant with the sound menu specifications (affects: 26) (dups: 7) (heat: 143)" [Low,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/52655214:20
devildantempt, hi :) I'm trying to fix bug 633626, but the wording is not that good. Could you help me?14:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 633626 in software-center (Ubuntu) "Crashes silently if /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ contains a malformed file (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63362614:20
didrockschrisccoulson: right, it should be closed14:20
didrocks(and I should reopen it :))14:20
chrisccoulsondidrocks - thanks14:21
didrockschrisccoulson: keep me in touch! thanks :)14:21
devildantempt, I got it working, here's the screenshot: http://imgur.com/oEnim.png14:22
mptdevildante, in bug 633316 I suggested primary text of "Some software channel settings are incorrect and will be ignored." and secondary text of "Details: Malformed line 1 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ubuntu-tweak-stable.list (dist parse)"14:22
ubot2Launchpad bug 633316 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "Gives up completely if /etc/apt/sources.d/ contains a malformed file (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63331614:22
mptdevildante, do Update Manager and USC use aptdaemon to find out what repositories are in use? If so, probably this alert should be in python-aptdaemon-gtk or thereabouts.14:23
chrisccoulsondidrocks - i just had a look through the latest uploads on maverick-changes, and it seems that none of them autoclosed14:23
chrisccoulsonanyway, i await a response on #launchpad14:23
didrockschrisccoulson: maybe #launchpad-dev?14:23
devildantempt, no, they use python-apt, more specifically the cache14:23
mptdevildante, does that mean it would be impossible for USC to work at all until/unless apt is changed to ignore errors like that?14:24
devildantempt, the problem is, when opening the cache, USC and update-manager will crash, without any way of letting them open14:24
mpt(well, not to ignore them, but to bypass them)14:24
devildantempt, yes14:25
devildantempt, we can just display a fatal error message and then exit14:25
mptdevildante, no, we also need a button for opening Software Sources -- otherwise there's no way of getting to it to fix the problem (as with bug 633630).14:26
ubot2Launchpad bug 633630 in synaptic (Ubuntu) "Error alert says "Go to the repository dialog" but doesn't let you (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63363014:26
devildantempt, okay, will work on it14:27
mptdevildante, so something like, "Ubuntu Software Center cannot start because some software channel settings are incorrect. Do you want to fix them now?" ( Cancel ) ( Change Software Channels... )14:28
devildantempt, okay, will do14:28
mptthanks devildante14:31
devildantempt, you're welcome!14:31
* ayan waves @ tedg.14:35
tedgGood morning ayan!14:36
tedgayan, Any luck tracking that leak down?14:36
ayaneh -- i have a test program but i wanted you to have a look at it first.14:36
ayanif it is working though, it appears the leak is where you expected it.14:37
tedgayan, Woot!14:38
mptdevildante, if USC can't just launch anyway and has to error out like that, that would be breaking the UI freeze14:38
mptSo, keep in mind that whatever you do on that bug won't make Maverick14:39
mpthey tremolux14:39
devildantempt, okay :)14:39
tremoluxhey mpt!14:39
devildantehi tremolux :)14:39
tremoluxdevildante: hiya!14:40
mvompt: I think in this case breaking the UI freeze is needed (even if unfortunate). I mean, if the alterantive is to crash14:40
mvohey tremolux and devildante14:40
* tremolux waves to mvo14:40
kenvandinenessita, hey14:41
* devildante waves too14:41
devildanteand hi mvo :)14:41
nessitakenvandine: yes?14:41
kenvandinenessita, testing ubuntu-sso-client... i am getting a problem with syncdaemon, might be unrelated14:41
kenvandine2010-09-09 09:40:30,863 - ubuntuone.SyncDaemon.StorageClient - INFO - Connection lost, reason: [Failure instance: Traceback (failure with no frames): <class 'twisted.internet.error.ConnectionDone'>: Connection was closed cleanly.14:41
kenvandineit keeps retrying to get capabilities and failing14:41
kenvandinedoesn't look auth related to my untrained eye14:42
kenvandinethere are no recent exceptions in the exceptions log14:42
nessitakenvandine: seems unrelated, but let's be sure. Can you please paste/send the full u1-client log?14:42
kenvandinenessita, ^^14:43
nessitakenvandine: ack14:43
kenvandinenot the full log, but everything from just prior to updating sso-client14:44
kenvandinenessita, after upgrading sso-client i did "u1sdtool -d" and "u1sdtool -c"14:44
kenvandinenessita, and i hadn't testing it with dropping the keyring entry yet, so really most likely unrelated14:45
nessitakenvandine: your connection is being closed down constantly. Is not related to SSO since the token was already provided by the SSO service, but let's ask foundations guys since this shouldn't be happening14:45
* nessita asks14:45
* kenvandine holds off on removing from keyring to test that14:46
devildantempt, if the user clicks "Change Software Channels..." and repairs the problem, what should happen? Do we just exit from USC/update-manager?14:51
mptmvo, every time I launch USC, a "Broadcast Accounts" window opens before USC does. Any idea why?14:55
mptdevildante, oh, I wasn't expecting this code to be hanging around waiting for software-properties-gtk to exit. Is that easy to do?14:56
mvompt: yes, please update to 2.1.17 then it should be fixed14:56
mptok :-)14:56
devildantempt, what are you suggesting? That we reopen the cache after exiting from software-properties-gtk and then open USC?14:57
arakenvandine, that's why gwibber should be part of the http://desktop.qa.ubuntu.com14:58
devildantemvo, I found this in debian/changelog:  [ Mohamed Amine IL Idrissi ]14:58
devildante * Fix bug that allowed silent removal of conflicting packages14:58
devildante   (LP: #554319)14:58
devildante * Fix missing icons in the remove alerts14:58
devildantewhen did I do the second one?14:58
* devildante doesn't remember14:58
* devildante now remembers, nvm :p14:59
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mvodevildante: :)15:00
kenvandineara, indeed...15:00
mptdevildante, that would be nifty.15:01
devildantempt, okay, will do it :)15:01
arakenvandine, once this cycle finishes, we have to make sure to get sometime to write gwibber tests to add them there15:02
arakenvandine, people are being very responsive, they are testing almost all the testcases there15:02
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mptkiwinote, hi, have you come across bug 625443? I'm wondering if it's just me15:14
ubot2Launchpad bug 625443 in software-center (Ubuntu) "No progress shown when removing software (affects: 1) (heat: 577)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62544315:14
kiwinotempt: no I haven't been able to reproduce that15:15
kiwinotempt: do you still have the issue, or was it tmp?15:15
mptkiwinote, yep, I still have the problem right now in 2.1.1715:16
kiwinotempt: hm, ok, I'll take another look at it then15:16
mptthanks :-)15:16
kiwinotempt: all pkgs, or any one in particular?15:16
mptkiwinote, any package.15:16
kiwinotehm, ok, thanks15:17
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robbiewseb128: fyi...I reassigned https://bugs.launchpad.net/oem-priority/+bug/548546 to desktop...please send it back, if I'm wrong ;)15:29
ubot2Launchpad bug 548546 in usb-creator (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 6 other projects) "nautilus not removing device after unmount (affects: 2) (heat: 14)" [Medium,Invalid]15:29
seb128robbiew, ok thanks, seems a pitti think, he will be back on monday I will check with him15:30
devildantemvo, mpt: I pushed a new revision of my branch that should fix bug 633626, can you test?15:38
ubot2Launchpad bug 633626 in software-center (Ubuntu) "Crashes silently if /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ contains a malformed file (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63362615:38
mptdevildante, sorry I won't have time to test that for another 80 minutes or so15:39
devildantempt, no problem :)15:39
didrocksjames_w: hey (sorry to ping you when I only have issues with bzr :p), do you have some time for a bzr weirdness?15:51
pedro_kenvandine, hello! have you noticed bug 622777 ?15:51
ubot2Launchpad bug 622777 in telepathy-butterfly (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "telepathy-butterfly crashed with UnicodeDecodeError in _handle_UBX() (affects: 37) (dups: 9) (heat: 419)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62277715:51
kenvandinepedro_, no15:52
james_wdidrocks: always15:52
seb128pedro_, can you upstream it?15:52
pedro_kenvandine, i'm getting that at least 20 times per day15:52
seb128pedro_, the telepathy guys are pretty responsive15:52
pedro_it's on the upstrema bts already15:52
seb128oh it is15:52
seb128let me ask on #telepathy15:52
pedro_thank you seb12815:52
didrocksjames_w: just got that when un bzr mu (I don't have any issue if I try bzr merge)15:52
didrocks bzr mu ../unity-place-applications_0.2.18.orig.tar.gz ../unity-place-applications --version 0.2.1815:52
didrocksUsing distribution maverick15:52
didrocksbzr: ERROR: Tree transform is malformed [('unversioned executability', 'new-25'), ('unversioned executability', 'new-24')]15:52
james_wdidrocks: I now add bugs just so that you will talk to me :-)15:53
didrocksjames_w: heh, I was sure about it! :-)15:53
kenvandinepedro_, i notice someone else has duped it upstream too15:53
kenvandineso you are not alone :)15:53
kenvandinepedro_, i don't use butterfly, so i only notice these things when people point them out :)15:54
didrocksjames_w: do you need the branch to try to reproduce?15:55
james_wdidrocks: that's a new one for me15:56
seb128pedro_, kenvandine: <lfrb> seb128: yep it's fixed, but I didn't push the change in master yet15:56
seb128I will backport it15:56
didrocksjames_w: never say that from bzr, I'm sure dx is trying to break something so that we can't test their latest goodness :-)15:57
james_wdidrocks: it's always them!16:00
didrocksjames_w: do you see a workaround? I can maybe bzr merge  + untar and commit? (adding tags manually?)16:00
didrocksas bzr merge is working16:00
james_wdidrocks: let me have a look, can you point me to the branches16:01
didrocksjames_w: sure it's lp:~unity-team/unity-place-applications/trunk and lp:~unity-team/unity-place-applications/packaging16:02
didrocksjames_w: you should be able to uscan to get the latest tarball16:02
didrocks(and I bzr mu -r -2 to not get the bump to configure.ac)16:02
didrocksthanks james_w :)16:02
kenvandinenessita, uploaded ubuntu-sso-client16:03
vishtremolux / mvo: new icons for SC : http://paste.ubuntu.com/490901/  they should land once seb128 does today's update rounds..16:04
nessitakenvandine: thanks a lot!!!16:05
* vish temporarily stops glaring at mpt!!.. too many categories! 16:05
james_wdidrocks: I'm going to need a few to dig in to this, it's not easy to diagnose, but I would like to fix it16:11
james_wdidrocks: if this is urgent I can walk you through a manual process that will approximate what it is doing16:12
didrocksjames_w: I still can wait for an hour (I have others update to confirm), but this one is important as it fixes a crash in unity16:12
rickspencer3seb128, is anyone doing *any* feature work, or is everyone focused on bug fixing?16:12
didrocksjames_w: so if you feel it's not enough time, I would go the manual way16:13
james_wdidrocks: ok, I'm working on it right now, so let me have a few minutes to see if I can spot it16:13
didrocksjames_w: great, thanks16:13
seb128rickspencer3, we are all focussed on bugfixing16:13
rickspencer3seb128, 3 weeks!16:14
* rickspencer3 looking at targeted bug list16:14
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seb128slomo, there?16:38
seb128slomo, is your cairo update online somewhere?16:39
seb128ie something I can dget?16:39
seb128slomo, you don't repack the upstream tarball right?16:40
seb128just to make sure16:40
slomonope... but maybe i should. it's ~23MB because of all the testcases ;)16:40
seb128you don't have the diff.gz and dsc handy by any chance?16:41
seb128will be easier than to checkout the whole git just to run debuild -S on it16:41
seb128would be16:41
rickspencer3bug #63276016:43
ubot2Launchpad bug 632760 in language-pack-pt (Ubuntu) (and 2 other projects) "Language variants don't work in Firefox because the language codes are separated with an underscore rather than a hyphen in chrome.manifest (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63276016:43
seb128rickspencer3, what about it?16:44
rickspencer3seb128, I'm just incredibly lazy16:44
slomoseb128: i can upload it if you want16:49
slomoseb128: http://people.freedesktop.org/~slomo/16:49
seb128slomo, thanks!16:50
tkamppetermvo, ping16:52
mvohey tkamppeter16:53
tkamppetermvo, I want to ask you for help about package updating, but we should talk about this with mdz on #ubuntu-devel.16:54
slomoseb128: it has 3 new binary packages, two caused by alf__'s patch and one new library16:55
slomothe new library will be used by gtk316:55
seb128slomo, I'm wondering if we should get that in maverick or delay to next cycle16:56
seb128alf__, do you need those changes in?16:56
slomoseb128: do you want maverick to be gtk3 compatible? :) i don't know, that gobject library is nothing fancy16:57
slomoand alf__ really wants his changes included, he asked me a lot of times to include the patch and that the ubuntu release is near ;)16:57
seb128let's go for it16:57
seb128it's not any change on the default cairo install16:57
seb128just new binaries16:57
slomoyes, new binary packages and two new files in the -dev package iirc16:58
slomoeverything else is unchanged16:58
mpttremolux, where's the "Independent" source? Will that show up only when there are any packages in it?17:13
tremoluxmpt: yes, it only shows up if there's are items in that repository17:14
mpttremolux, ok, is there an easy way to fake it for testing purposes?17:14
tremoluxmpt: let me get you some info, in the middle of another conversation atm sorry for delay17:16
ricotzseb128, did you had a chance to look at the g-i 0.9.3 rebuilds? - bug 633020 bug 63301917:25
ubot2Launchpad bug 633020 in gupnp (Ubuntu) "Rebuild against gobject-introspection 0.9.3 needed (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63302017:25
ubot2Launchpad bug 633019 in gssdp (Ubuntu) "Rebuild against gobject-introspection 0.9.3 needed (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63301917:25
ricotzhttps://edge.launchpad.net/~ricotz/+archive/staging/+sourcepub/1288642/+listing-archive-extra https://edge.launchpad.net/~ricotz/+archive/staging/+sourcepub/1288615/+listing-archive-extra17:26
seb128not yet17:26
seb128does that block anything?17:26
seb128nothing use those right?17:26
ricotzgupnp depends on gssdp17:26
ricotzgupnp is used by some packages17:27
seb128but not the gir?17:27
ricotzright, gupn-av17:28
seb128in any case doing that in a bit17:28
seb128I'm just finishing on my current task17:28
ricotzso gupnp-av need a rebuild too17:29
ricotzseb128, do you think if g-i 0.9.5 or 0.9.6 will get released it have a chance for an update?17:31
seb128not this cycle17:31
seb128nothing use introspection anyway17:31
ricotzseb128, ok, but gtk+ might will depend on g-i 0.9.5+17:32
ricotzi mean gtk+2.0, but i havent followed it17:33
seb128ricotz, we will revert the commit that update the requirement if required17:34
tremoluxmpt: sorry for the delay17:34
tremoluxmpt: it's easy, yes17:35
mpttremolux, sorry, I have to go now, but e-mail me and I'll try tomorrow morning17:35
tremoluxmpt: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:app-review-board/ppa17:35
ricotzseb128, i already depends on it17:35
tremoluxmpt: oh, sorry!17:35
ricotzseb128, it *17:35
tremoluxmpt: and sudo apt-get update17:35
tremoluxmpt: start USC and wait for the update, about a minute or less, the node will appear17:35
tremoluxmpt: I'll send an email17:35
seb128ricotz, not the current maverick version of we wouldn't have it built17:35
seb128ricotz, is 0.9.5 or 0.9.6 changing abi again?17:36
ricotz0.9.5 has17:36
ricotzbut there are no releases since 0.9.317:36
seb128ok so there is no way we break abi one week before the hard freeeze17:37
ricotzthe current 2.22 branch depends on it, so the next pre-release will17:37
ricotznot sure how many reverts it would take17:38
seb128well if it comes to it we will just drop all the gir builds for maverick17:38
seb128we have other issues now that dealing with abi breaks for things we don't use17:38
seb128but http://git.gnome.org/browse/gtk+/log/?h=gtk-2-22 suggests it's one commit to revert17:39
seb128walters, ^17:39
seb128walters, hey17:39
seb128walters, is there any recommended gir version to use for GNOME 2.32?17:40
ricotzseb128, i think they are currently updating them all to use 0.9.5, also clutter17:41
seb128like one week before hard freeze they break abi and requirements?17:43
waltersseb128: we should be able to have a 0.9.6 "mostly frozen" release for 2.32, and i expect most things to build against it; we've made a lot of progress there.  But it won't be stable until around gtk317:43
seb128ricotz, walters: I guess we will use 0.9.3 and revert commits to gtk etc if they update requirement17:44
ricotzseb128, this will make it hard do some public g-s testing build :( without rebuiling a bunch of packages17:45
waltersseb128: i can do another release by tomorrow if that helps17:45
seb128ricotz, well don't do g-s testing this cycle I guess17:46
seb128we will have next distro open in a few weeks17:46
seb128walters, well our hard freeze is next week it's late to break abi and rebuild everything especially if we need source changes17:46
seb128but thanks17:47
seb128vuntz, ^ not nice that GNOME 2.32 brings abi changes requirements that late17:47
seb128walters, ideally you would let 2.32 on the current abi, ie 0.9.3 now and keep work toward 3 on the new serie17:48
seb128I doubt anybody is going to make anything useful from gir in GNOME 2.32 anyway17:49
waltersseb128: well, for 2.32 the only thing that depends on g-i is gnome-games AFAIK17:49
seb128well the things is that we build gir binaries from the different source now17:50
seb128even if nothing use those17:50
bcurtiswx_empathy depends on gobject introspection,17:51
seb128if you break abi in GNOME between 2.31.91 or 2.31.92 it will mean distributors will need to transition the whole gir stack17:51
seb128we already have things we had to distro hack for 0.9.317:51
seb128ie webkit17:51
seb128because they code the abi to 1.017:51
bcurtiswx_but I think in the build you can --disable-introspection for empathy if you wanted to not worry about GIR yet.17:53
waltersseb128: i'll talk to release team directly about the 2.32 story; my understanding was that dependency uptake was pretty low, and was the reason we moved forward in trying to fix stuff17:56
waltersthere are far larger problems than just the internal g-i typelib format changes; vast swaths of the stack remaining unannotated was the reason the rewrite landed to give better errors17:58
seb128walters, thanks17:58
seb128walters, but yeah it's probably less an issue for GNOME than distributors17:59
seb128like GNOME doesn't care about fixing webkit for 2.3217:59
seb128but distributor have to if there is a transition17:59
waltersah...what's the webkit issue exactly?18:01
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seb128walters, they ship a gir with the version set to 1.018:15
seb128walters, nothing important but it's just an example of thing which broke with the previous abi change in our rebuilds18:16
seb128I'm rather concerned that the new changes would mean change to makefile in some sources18:16
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kenvandinejames_w, ping20:10
james_whi kenvandine20:10
kenvandinehey james_w... got a weird problem with the libdbusmenu package20:11
kenvandinegzip: stdout: Broken pipe20:11
kenvandinedpkg-source: error: gunzip gave error exit status 120:11
kenvandineE: pbuilder: Failed extracting the source20:11
kenvandinei can't seem to create a package that can be extracted with dpkg-source20:11
kenvandineso pbuilder fails, etc20:11
kenvandineonly that one package20:11
kenvandinefails for tedg too20:11
kenvandineand i have tried on both maverick and lucid20:11
james_wthe package in the archive20:13
kenvandineyou can try that20:14
kenvandinei haven't tried the latest in the archive20:14
kenvandinelet me do that20:14
kenvandinejames_w, so i get that error when lintian tries to run as well as in pbuilder and trying dpkg-source myself20:15
james_wdpkg-source outside the chroot?20:15
kenvandinei saw some bugs against bzr-builddeb like that20:15
kenvandinebut they are closed20:16
kenvandinejames_w, same error with lp:ubuntu/libdbusmenu20:16
* kenvandine fetches with apt-get source and tries20:16
james_wkenvandine: builds fine for me20:17
kenvandinejames_w, ok the sources i get right from the archive works20:17
kenvandinejames_w, i can build it..20:17
kenvandinebzr bd -S20:17
james_wI mean extracts fine after building20:17
james_wkenvandine: which part is busted?20:18
kenvandineamd64 or i386?20:18
kenvandinebzr bd -S20:18
james_wi386 lucid20:18
james_wkenvandine: no, I mean which part of the source package20:18
kenvandineit doesn't really say20:18
james_wkenvandine: please could you pastebin the full output of trying to use dpkg-source on it?20:18
james_wand try "zcat libdbusmenu_0.3.13-0ubuntu1.diff.gz >/dev/null" and "tar tf libdbusmenu_0.3.13.orig.tar.gz"20:19
kenvandinewell crap... now it works!20:20
kenvandineok, still fails in pbuilder20:22
kenvandinejames_w, both of those commands work20:22
kenvandineno errors20:23
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james_wkenvandine: pbuilder for which release? maverick?20:24
kenvandinejames_w, ^^20:24
kenvandineit failed on lucid too, but building for maverick20:24
james_wdpkg-source: info: unpacking libdbusmenu_0.3.13.orig.tar.gz20:24
james_wgzip: stdout: Broken pipe20:24
james_wso it can't extract the .orig.tar.gz20:24
james_wwhat command are you running there?20:24
kenvandinesudo /usr/sbin/pbuilder --build --basetgz "/home/ken/pbuilder/maverick-base.tgz" --distribution "maverick" --buildresult "/home/ken/pbuilder/maverick_result/" --aptcache "/var/cache/apt/archives/" --override-config --logfile /home/ken/pbuilder/maverick_result/last_operation.log --mirror "http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/" --components "main restricted universe multiverse" libdbusmenu_0.3.13-0ubuntu1.dsc20:25
kenvandinei am actually using pbuilder-dist20:25
kenvandinebut that is the command it generates20:26
kenvandinetedg, when you tried earlier, you just did a "bzr bd -S" and dpkg-source -x on it right?20:27
kenvandinenot in a chroot?20:27
tedgkenvandine, No, not in a chroot20:27
* tedg doesn't use chroot's much20:27
kenvandinei am trying again on my lucid box20:27
kenvandinejames_w, i was looking at bug 39993820:30
ubot2Launchpad bug 399938 in bzr-builddeb (Ubuntu) "unpacking the upstream tarball not working (affects: 2) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/39993820:30
kenvandinejames_w, ok, it still fails on my lucid build box in pbuilder20:30
kenvandinejames_w, however now dpkg-source can extract it on that lucid box too20:31
kenvandineit was failing before20:31
kenvandinelet me compare these tarballs20:31
kenvandinethey are the same :/20:32
james_wkenvandine: then it's the same root cause of that bug probably, but not the fault of bzr-builddeb20:35
kenvandinejames_w, ok...20:35
james_wsomething somewhere is probably installing a SIGPIPE handler that is breaking dpkg-source20:35
kenvandinenow that i some that can be extracted by dpkg-source, let me see if the upload gets rejected again :)20:35
kenvandinejames_w, i had tried uploading, and it got rejected with the same error20:36
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kenvandinecrap... yeah still rejected20:36
kenvandinetedg, ok... i repacked your tarball and now it works20:46
kenvandineso it doesn't exactly match what is on LP20:46
devildantemvo, fix for bug 633626: https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~ilidrissi.amine/software-center/ignore-malformed-source/+merge/3503320:59
ubot2Launchpad bug 633626 in software-center (Ubuntu) "Crashes silently if /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ contains a malformed file (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63362620:59
tremoluxdevildante: is that the change that mvo mentioned to mpt before that needed a UI freeze exception?  (I hopped on the channel right at the tail end of the conversation)21:03
devildantetremolux, yes21:03
* devildante is fixing changelog conflict21:03
* devildante fixed changelog conflict21:05
devildantemvo, tremolux, kiwinote: what do you think of bug 634164?21:10
ubot2Launchpad bug 634164 in software-center (Ubuntu) "Many useful packages are said "technical" and not displayed by default (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63416421:10
tremoluxdevildante: well, yeah, I can see his point, but this seems like one of those cases where some folks would like things one way and others would like them another way21:14
tremoluxand, well, you have do choose a way  ;)21:14
tremoluxhave *to*21:14
tremoluxbut I would think that mpt would be the best person to address that21:14
devildantempt, our eternal designer :p21:15
tremoluxdevildante: you bet  :)21:15
tremoluxdevildante: he is the designer, but certainly he listens to feedback and values it21:16
devildantetremolux, mpt is a great guy :)21:17
tremoluxdevildante: true that  :)21:21
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devildantetremolux, mvo, kiwinote: hey, searching for "lib" in usc makes it freeze (aka bug 634449)21:44
ubot2Launchpad bug 634449 in software-center (Ubuntu) "Searching for "lib" crashes Ubuntu Software Center (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63444921:44
tremoluxdevildante: it does indeed!21:46
* devildante doesn't know why21:46
tremoluxdevildante: iirc we do some magic to limit the number of returned results on a search21:46
tremoluxdevildante: I wonder if that's not playing well now21:47
mvothe problem is line 185 in appview.py I think21:47
tremoluxdevildante: since obviously there are lots of packages that include lib21:47
mvo                matches = enquire.get_mset(0, len(self.db))21:47
mvothis is there to estimate the number of technical itmes found21:47
mvobut obviously in this case its super slow21:47
devildantemvo, make it in a gobject.idle_add ?21:48
devildantemvo, I'll try to hack it right now21:48
tremoluxmvo: we don't even get a spinner  ;)21:48
mvodevildante: idle_add is not premtive, this is really a blocking call at this point21:49
mvotremolux: yeah, it blocks, no event loop21:49
tremoluxmvo: yeah21:49
* devildante didn't understand what mvo said21:49
devildantenot experienced enough :(21:49
mvowe could move it into a thread, this way the event loop keeps running21:50
mvobut there seems to be more going on, that deserves some good investigation21:50
nessitakenvandine: ping21:51
kenvandinenessita, pong21:51
devildantemvo, at [19:59]: <devildante> mvo, fix for bug 633626: https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~ilidrissi.amine/software-center/ignore-malformed-source/+merge/3503321:52
ubot2Launchpad bug 633626 in software-center (Ubuntu) "Crashes silently if /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ contains a malformed file (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63362621:52
mvodevildante: cool, thanks!21:52
nessitakenvandine: any idea why the bugs being solved by the latest released of ussoc are not marked automatically as "Fix Released" (us usual)?21:52
mvodevildante: tomorrow21:52
devildantemvo, np, please test tomorrow :)21:52
mvodevildante: but great that this is handled :)21:52
kenvandinenessita, no.. weird21:52
kenvandineone sec21:52
nessitakenvandine: I know LP is not working that well today, at least we're having a bunch of weirdness in ubuntuone-client21:53
kenvandinenessita, weird... the changelog looks fine21:54
kenvandineit should have21:54
kenvandinei am seeing weirdness too21:54
kenvandinemerges not being marked as merged21:54
nessitakenvandine: yeah...21:54
nessitakenvandine: we have non scanned branches21:55
kenvandineyeah... looks like it has been bumpy after the maintenance21:56
nessitakenvandine: seems like they know what it is now (see #u1-internal for details)21:58
kenvandinenessita, thx22:02
seb128kenvandine, nessita: chrisccoulson and didrocks had the same issue22:08
seb128seems a bug in the launchpad update22:08
nessitaseb128: yeah, launchpad guy are already alerted and working on that22:08
chrisccoulsonyeah, i mentioned it on #launchpad earlier22:08
seb128you could think they have a testsuite they run on edge before rolling updates22:08
seb128where they would test things like that22:09
nessitaok, EOD for me22:13
nessitasee y'all tomorrow22:13
kklimondadoes anyone work on empathy log synchronization (as a part of OneConf)?22:35
seb128not that I know about22:38
jcastroseb128: btw a daily build worked for me yesterday22:39
seb128jcastro, getting there then? ;-)22:40
seb128it has been just been taking one cycle over what it should have22:40
seb128you can maybe do a session about those at next UDS ;-)22:40
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