rbelemRiddell, ScottK, ping00:32
rbelemplasma-mobile worked fine with the backported patches00:32
lex79ScottK: are you doing libbluedevil ?00:37
yofelftbfs fixed02:56
claydohhttp://kde-look.org/poll/index.php :)03:04
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rgreeningany reason amarok-dbg symbols do not seem to exist for
valoriehmmm, I see them06:08
valoriein Synaptic, right this minute06:09
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about amarok-dbg06:10
rgreeningamarok-dbg is wrong version06:35
rgreening2.3.1 not is missing06:36
valoriergreening: I see
rgreeninghmm.. strange06:49
rgreeningapt-cache policy amarok-dbg06:50
rgreening  Installed: (none)06:50
rgreening  Candidate: 2:2.3.1-1ubuntu706:50
rgreening  Version table:06:50
rgreening     2:2.3.1-1ubuntu7 006:50
rgreening        500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ maverick/main i386 Packages06:50
valorietry synaptic06:52
rgreeningum.. same db?06:52
valorieI have the best luck with synaptic06:53
rgreeningsynaptic uses same db06:53
valorieeasy searching06:53
valoriewell, a picture is worth 1000 words06:53
rgreeningnevermind. figured it out,06:54
rgreeningmy bad06:54
valoriewhat was it?06:59
rgreeningdidn't have the repo enabled. lol07:00
valorieI was kidding about synaptic07:00
valoriepeople should use the tools they like07:00
apparlehello guys ... how is it going09:10
Quintasanwell, looking at our ToDo I guess it is not bad09:11
apparleCan I be of any help... I am getting bored.... I have nothing to do09:11
Quintasanwell, I think it is too late for some thing from our todo09:12
mfraz74will 10.10 have choqok 1.0 beta 3?09:12
Quintasanthey were postponed for 10.10+109:12
Quintasanmfraz74: don't think so but I think it will land in Kubuntu PPA09:13
mfraz74Quintasan: ok09:13
ScottKlex79: I am not (yet).  I was hoping someone else would, but can if I need to.09:23
lex79ScottK: libbluedevil https://launchpad.net/~alessandro-ghersi/+archive/ppa/+packages11:43
lex79not tested, I don't have a laptop11:44
lex79and I can't upload it, it's not in the set of the packages for kubuntu-dev11:44
shadeslayerapachelogger: oh does it now? its still a WIP ...12:06
shadeslayerany idea how i delete a branch from my gitorious clone?12:37
yofelgit branch -d <branchnick> ?12:38
shadeslayeryofel: thats only for my local branch IIRC12:39
shadeslayerhow do i delete it from gitorious 12:39
yofelgood question..12:39
yofel#git ?12:40
shadeslayeryofel: git push remote :branch12:46
Nightroseis there a place where i can get a choqok that works with twitter?12:51
Nightroseand that's kinda trustworthy12:51
yofelshadeslayer: ^12:51
shadeslayerNightrose: maverick?12:52
shadeslayeror lucid?12:52
Nightroseshadeslayer: nope lucid12:52
shadeslayerok lemme check if the versioning is right in my lucid package12:52
shadeslayerNightrose: ppa:rohangarg/kde-extra 12:53
shadeslayerfrom https://edge.launchpad.net/~rohangarg/+archive/kde-extra?field.series_filter=lucid12:53
Nightroseshadeslayer: any other nasty stuff in there? ;-)12:53
shadeslayerwell.. theres rekonq 0.4.9012:54
Nightrosedon't use that so no prob12:54
shadeslayerand kraft12:54
Nightroseneither but actualy i can just download the package and install12:54
shadeslayerNightrose: and i hope your using kde 4.5.1 .. because apparently there also kdenetwork :P12:55
shadeslayeroh download qoauth as well 12:55
Nightrosehmm i don't on this one yet12:55
shadeslayerah downloading is the best option then 12:55
Nightrosehad too many problems on the netbook so waiting on the desktop to upgrade12:55
shadeslayerno problemo12:56
shadeslayerim waiting for mtux to workaround some stuff then ill ask for a SRU to lucid12:56
neversfeldeNightrose: I have a choqok package for lucid in my ppa12:57
Nightrosehmmmmmmm 12:57
Nightrosewhich is better now? :D12:58
neversfeldealso qoauth 1.0.1 wich is needed for the new choqok version12:58
shadeslayerah qoauth 1.0.1 is better any day :P12:58
shadeslayerneversfelde wins :D12:58
neversfeldeyes, mtux told me, that it is necessary for it12:58
shadeslayerneversfelde: can we have that in maverick ?12:58
neversfeldeshadeslayer: we should, but I guess it will not be easy to get it in12:59
shadeslayerneversfelde: isnt it a bug fix release ?12:59
shadeslayerif its just a bug fix, shouldnt be a problem13:00
neversfeldeshadeslayer: not sure13:00
lex79it's not, it needs ffe13:01
neversfeldeNightrose: https://edge.launchpad.net/~neversfelde/+archive/experimental13:01
lex79* new API13:02
Nightroseneversfelde: jep thx - got it already - installing13:02
neversfeldenothing else in this ppa, so should be no problem to use it atm13:02
shadeslayerlex79: :(13:02
shadeslayerlex79: i say put it in backport ppa13:02
lex79shadeslayer: write a ffe for it if we need for choqok13:03
shadeslayerlex79: um.. choqok is already up for a FFe, are you talking about qoauth ?13:03
shadeslayerchoqok 0.9.90 builds fine with 1.0.013:03
lex79yes, qoauth13:03
lex79do we need qoauth  1.0.1 for choqok or something else?13:04
shadeslayernope, choqok 0.9.90 builds fine with qoauth 1.0.013:04
* lex79 is confused13:05
shadeslayerlex79: mtux recommended qoauth 1.0.1, he didnt say it was necessary13:06
lex79ah ok13:06
lex79but since qoauth has only one rdepend (choqok) we should try to have it in maverick13:06
neversfeldeshadeslayer: he told  me that it is necessary13:07
shadeslayerlex79: feel free to FFe, im coding this weekend ;)13:07
shadeslayerneversfelde: really? but 0.9.90 has no such build dep13:07
shadeslayermore like, CMake doesnt say a thing13:07
lex79maybe it needs on runtime13:07
shadeslayerit works with 1.0 as well... 13:08
lex79mtux is the developer of choqok?13:08
lex79well if upstream says it's necessary, means it's necessary13:09
shadeslayerlex79: neversfelde http://imgur.com/tw5Lf.png13:10
Nightroseshadeslayer: neversfelde: do i have to set up the accounts again? cause it's still not working atm13:11
shadeslayerNightrose: aye13:11
shadeslayertheres a new Auth mechanism13:11
Nightroseyes i know13:11
Nightrosei was hoping there is some migration...13:11
shadeslayernope :(13:11
neversfeldeNightrose: I do not use twitter, but I had to setup identi.ca after the upgrade13:11
lex79talk again with upstream please to ensure we are fine wit the old version of qoauth13:11
Nightroseidenti.ca seem to be working fine13:11
shadeslayerneversfelde: likewise for twitter13:12
shadeslayerNightrose: yeah, identi.ca supports both mechanisms for now13:12
shadeslayerbtw dont count on choqok working forever13:12
* Nightrose goes and sets up 8 accounts again13:12
shadeslayerbecause choqok includes the consumer key, and twitter is blocking all clients which include the user key13:13
shadeslayeri know :P13:13
neversfeldeshadeslayer: btw, some people told me that qoauth probably has a missing dependency13:14
shadeslayercrissi: rebuilding kdevplatform, tell me if your issue stil exsists13:14
shadeslayerneversfelde: its a sync from debian13:14
neversfeldeshadeslayer: yes, I know13:15
shadeslayeri dont think debian messes stuff up :{13:15
ubottuDebian bug 595712 in libqoauth1 "libqoauth1: Missing dependency on libqca2-plugin-ossl see http://github.com/ayoy/qoauth/" [Important,Open]13:15
shadeslayeri shall fix0r that in a moment13:16
neversfeldeI have no internet access this week, so I cannot have a look at it13:16
neversfeldewe should move the choqok and qoauth package over to beta backports, if it is working13:16
CIA-116[muon] gmartres * 1174169 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/muon/ (5 files in 3 dirs) Regression fixes: - PackageWidget: set correct stretch factor - UpdaterWidget: initially mark packages for dist-upgrade - Updater/ReviewWidget: hide the DetailsWidget when a package state changes13:32
shadeslayerapachelogger: around much?14:01
rbelemRiddell, ScottK, ping14:02
shadeslayerlex79: can you upload qoauth with my fix?14:04
shadeslayerone sec..14:07
shadeslayerwill take a few mins14:07
shadeslayerlex79: http://paste.ubuntu.com/492138/ << debdiff14:12
shadeslayerit builds locally in pbuilder here14:12
lex79it's more simple if you upload it in a ppa, then I can grab and upload14:13
shadeslayerlex79: sure i can upload to my ppa14:14
shadeslayerlex79: https://edge.launchpad.net/~rohangarg/+archive/experimental/+files/qoauth_1.0-2ubuntu4.dsc14:22
shadeslayerfrom https://edge.launchpad.net/~rohangarg/+archive/experimental/+packages14:22
shadeslayer( note, ignore the ~ppa1 package if you see it )14:22
shadeslayerthanks :D14:29
shadeslayerill bbiab14:29
Riddellrbelem: I have your kdelibs patch compiled, still got testing to do14:32
lex79Riddell: can you retry this? https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apport/1.14.1-0ubuntu7/+build/195187514:34
lex79it's weird, built fine here14:34
Riddellrbelem: ooh it works14:35
Riddellrbelem: I'll get it uploaded later14:35
Riddelllex79: that mystified me, I e-mailed pitti about it but he's on holiday14:36
RiddellI'll retry but I doubt it'll make a difference14:36
rbelemRiddell, cool :)14:52
rbelemRiddell, will you upload qtwebkit and kdelibs patches?14:53
rbelemRiddell, can we update plasma-mobile to latest revision?14:54
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CIA-116[muon] gmartres * 1174225 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/muon/libmuon/DownloadWidget.cpp DownloadWidget regression fix: scroll to the bottom of the view when a new item is added to the model16:04
* shadeslayer cant ssh with his old ssh key :(16:30
debfxthen use the new one :p16:31
ulyssesgreat, OOo Impress crashes while opening anything16:32
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ScottKlex79: The docs for libbluedevil don't have to be stripped.  They are fine, just a misunderstanding by the maintainer.16:42
lex79ScottK: ah, so "+dfsg" in the version should be removed?16:43
lex79Riddell: apport built ;)16:44
EagleScreen_bluedevil crashing receiving a file16:57
daskreechis there a CLI version of the USB creator?16:59
bulldog98daskreech: man dd17:03
daskreechbulldog98: That's what I thought as well17:04
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JontheEchidnasmarter_: mind if I bug you with a few more regressions? :P18:01
smarter_do tell :p18:01
smarter_I'm surprised it's not crashing and burning more18:01
JontheEchidnanow regular muon is suffering the same bug as the updater used to. Marking packages crashes18:01
smarter_oh right, that's the one thing I didn't test :p18:02
JontheEchidnaI think it's re-adding the packages each time a package changes18:02
smarter_(unmarking after clicking on the upgrade button works)18:02
smarter_but yeah! less code duplication :p18:03
smarter_now we share bugs! :p18:03
JontheEchidnaThe other thing I noticed is that the DetailsWidget seems to be taking up a lot more space than it used to: http://imgur.com/gwVNp18:04
JontheEchidnamaybe due to kvbox -> qvboxlayout?18:04
JontheEchidnanot that there was a choice, if we wanted to dynamically be able to insert the searchbar18:04
smarter_have you svn up-ed recently?18:05
smarter_that should be fixed18:05
smarter_I added setStretchFactor(0, 4);18:05
JontheEchidnawhat arguments does that function take?18:06
smarter_index of the widget in the splitter, stretch factor18:06
smarter_I see, I didn't notice it because it only happens when the size of the window is quiet small, and I'm on 1920x120018:07
JontheEchidnamaybe the index is different in the updater vs the manager, since we have the searchbar in the manager?18:08
smarter_no, the searchbar is part of the first widget in the splitter18:08
JontheEchidnamm, nope. -updater has the same behavior18:08
JontheEchidnaah, right18:09
smarter_see setHeaderWidget18:09
smarter_I guess we need a sizeHint18:10
smarter_but it looks fine with a big resolution :p18:10
smarter_(without the stretch factor each widget took half the window size)18:12
smarter_JontheEchidna: even with the appropriate SizePolicy, the detailswidget still takes a lot of space and grows faster than the view18:21
smarter_JontheEchidna: oh wait, I was setting the horizontal policy instead of the vertical one ^^'18:24
JontheEchidnasmarter_: btw, as a heads-up I'll probably do another bugfix release for libqapt/muon tomorrow18:34
smarter_okay, what's in it?18:35
* JontheEchidna is waiting on websvn18:37
JontheEchidnaoh, I did notice that during concurrent downloads, only one of the two packages gets progress updates. The second one only gets a progress update when a new package is added to the downloadmodel18:37
JontheEchidna(unrelated to bugfix release)18:37
smarter_JontheEchidna: look like we didn't remove the break in the for loop :p18:38
JontheEchidnasmarter_: for libqapt, we have a FindAptPkg.cmake file, your NotFound error for qapt-batch, my fix to make qaptworker not crash on malformed sources.list, and your button focus fix18:39
smarter_oh that reminds me, the notfounderror thing has a dialog which says "Therefore, it cannot be installed." but the error can happens too(though that's unlikely) when removing a package18:40
JontheEchidnafor muon we have a fix for the standalone purge button showing up when there is already a purge action in the remove submenu, and your fix for a few more non-readonly listview items18:41
smarter_okay, great18:41
CIA-116[libqapt] gmartres * 1174256 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/libqapt/src/worker/workeracquire.cpp Enable parallel downloads monitoring, wheeee18:44
smarter_JontheEchidna: how did you get apt to perform parallel downloads by the way?18:44
JontheEchidnasmarter_: oh, it does that automagically18:44
smarter_but it doesn't seem to do it with me :p18:44
smarter_even when fiddling with apt conf18:44
JontheEchidnait usually happens when downloading new chromium + a bunch of other smaller packages18:46
smarter_I downloaded all the fps I could find and still nothing :p18:48
smarter_(though I've got fps now, but no video card to play them :p)18:48
smarter_JontheEchidna: do you know any other app which uses a {K,Q}TabWidget in a way similar to us?18:52
* smarter_ is getting frustrated with QSizePolicy :p18:52
JontheEchidnaperhaps shaman?18:52
smarter_haha, they've got the same problem18:53
shadeslayersmarter_: it does parallel downloads when downloading from different repos ... afaik18:53
shadeslayerso if you have a PPA and the standard repo's it does parallel downloads18:54
JontheEchidnaah, that might explain it18:54
JontheEchidnaI get chromium from the daily ppa18:54
shadeslayerJontheEchidna: IIRC thats how it works18:55
shadeslayeralso does it for universe and main.. but only for small packages18:55
smarter_JontheEchidna: I've seen the light19:09
smarter_I know what to do with the detailsWidget-make-stuff-crash thing19:09
smarter_the backend signal packageChanged needs an enum argument that specifies what changed exactly19:10
smarter_so detailswidget now if it should clear() or just update its content19:10
njinJontheEchidna: around ?19:41
CIA-116[libqapt] jmthomas * 1174270 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/libqapt/ (6 files in 3 dirs) (log message trimmed)19:41
CIA-116- Use DBus to invoke the Apt Xapian Index updater - Introduce a19:41
CIA-116xapianUpdateProgress signal to report on the percent progress of the updater The19:41
njinhello, yofel send me to you, can you take a look at this bug ? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/40903919:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 409039 in linux (Ubuntu) "laptop overheats and suddenly shuts down/off" [High,In progress]19:42
yofelnice bot failure o.O19:43
* JontheEchidna was wtf'ing :P19:44
yofeljussi: ^19:44
JontheEchidnawell... irt to the report I don't really know what to say. I'm not an ubiquity expert, and I don't use mountmanager too terribly much, but just enough to know that it probably should be able to rename mount points19:45
smarter_JontheEchidna: hmm, there is too kind of changes reported by packageChanged really: when a package state actually being changed (marked for install/removal/...) and when the backend caches is reloaded19:47
smarter_I think it's worth handling them with separate signals19:48
smarter_and packageChanged could specify what package is changed and how19:48
JontheEchidnaI don't think reloadCache() does any signal emission...19:49
JontheEchidnapackageChange is emitted on individual package actions, as well as in the case of an upgrade being marked19:49
njinJontheEchidna: thanks, i refer to reporter to retry with mountmanager19:50
smarter_yes, the upgrade thing is different19:50
smarter_and that's what makes handling detailswidget painful19:50
JontheEchidnaa separate signal for that could be wise19:51
* JontheEchidna is about to do neat things in the statusbar with the new xapianUpdateProgress signal19:51
smarter_okay, and what about packageChanged giving a pointer to the QApt::Package and a MarkedType enum?19:53
smarter_with InstallMarked, RemoveMarked, UnMarked, ...19:53
JontheEchidnaIt'd be impossible to track dependencies being marked for install, etc19:54
JontheEchidnasince we don't do the actual marking19:54
JontheEchidnawhich means that reporting what changes would become way less useful19:54
smarter_I see19:55
JontheEchidnaI did have packagechanged emitting a package pointer at one point, but since it couldn't report all packages that changed it was only useful for knowing that some package changed state, so I removed the package pointer from the signal19:56
smarter_but that means that even if we don't break the API we need to introduce a behaviour change since we _don't_ want the packageChanged() signal to be emitted when an upgrade is marked19:57
JontheEchidnaI think at this point that would be OK since we're the upstream for all users of libqapt.19:58
JontheEchidnausers in the "use libqapt" sense19:59
smarter_okay :)19:59
smarter_would that require a change in the shaman backend?19:59
JontheEchidnaI don't think it's far enough along20:00
JontheEchidnait's upgrade button doesn't work yet, iirc20:00
smarter_I'll look into it tomorrow, but feel free to implement the changes before that if you're bored :p20:03
smarter_(also, there's a packageChanged() in Backend::restoreCacheState)20:05
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ScottKlex79: Yes and we should build and ship the docs in the -dev package (this will take doxygen and some magic in debian/rules.20:31
lex79I have to search an example before :)20:34
shadeslayerScottK: i agree on bug 63597320:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 635973 in rekonq (Ubuntu) "Ctrl +W doesn't close last tab" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63597320:42
jjesse-netbookhrmm just updated netbook on maverick and choqok is crashing every time status is updated20:45
jjesse-netbookknown problem?20:45
shadeslayerScottK: ^ new upload of choqok?20:45
shadeslayerseems to be the old one20:46
* shadeslayer hopes it isnt qoauth 1.0.120:46
* lex79 said talk with upstream if we need qoauth 1.0.1 on runtime20:47
shadeslayerlex79: i sent him a dent, lets see what he says20:48
ScottKjjesse-netbook: shadeslayer has a proposed package for an choqok update.  Can you test it?20:48
shadeslayerlex79: if you can catch him at #choqok do ask as well20:49
shadeslayerjjesse-netbook: https://edge.launchpad.net/~rohangarg/+archive/kde-extra <<20:49
lex79I'm busy with other packages20:49
shadeslayeroh ok20:49
shadeslayeroh got a reply ..not from mtux tho20:51
apparle_shadeslayer: ping20:51
shadeslayerapparle_: pong.. 20:51
apparle_shadeslayer:  I am getting this while building the qipmsg package by debuild -d "make[2]: *** No rule to make target `/usr/lib/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++/qmake.conf', needed by `Makefile'.  Stop."20:52
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shadeslayerapparle:        -d     Do not run dpkg-checkbuilddeps to check build dependencies. << go figure20:53
apparleshadeslayer: what?20:53
shadeslayerapparle: you did not install all build deps20:53
apparleshadeslayer: ahh... -S... by mistake I typed -d here20:53
shadeslayersince your running with debuild -d20:53
apparleshadeslayer: how do I install build-deps here... it doesn't have any source package here20:54
shadeslayererm whut?20:54
apparleshadeslayer: I mean I get that from apt-get source qipmsg20:54
shadeslayersudo apt-get install foo20:54
apparleshadeslayer: but what are the required build-deps where do I get that20:55
shadeslayerapparle: from control file20:55
apparleshadeslayer: ahh... so dumb of me 20:55
apparleshadeslayer: I already have al the build deps20:56
shadeslayerapparle: run debuild then20:57
jjesse-netbookdo i just add that ppa to test choqok?20:59
apparleshadeslayer: http://paste.ubuntu.com/492331/ see make errors20:59
jjesse-netbooksorry was talking to wife and son20:59
shadeslayerjjesse-netbook: yes20:59
shadeslayerapparle: ohhhh21:00
shadeslayerapparle: see that command produces a foo.source21:00
shadeslayer+file, you can upload that to a PPA21:00
shadeslayermake that foo.source.changes21:01
apparletyped here by mistake... was for konsole21:01
shadeslayerTHEN launchpad builds that source package21:01
shadeslayeralso.. if you want local debs, use debuild without any parameters passed21:02
shadeslayercd qipmsg-1.0/;debuild21:02
apparleshadeslayer: but do I just ignore that make error?21:03
shadeslayerits not exactly a make error per se21:03
apparleshadeslayer: a cleaning error, but still, is it ok21:04
shadeslayerwere not telling debuild to actually build the package21:04
shadeslayeryes, dh_clean takes care of that IIRC21:04
apparleshadeslayer: and the debian file only has version set as 0.9.6, so where do I change that21:04
shadeslayerapparle: debian file?21:04
apparleshadeslayer: changelog21:04
shadeslayerapparle: also fix : W: qipmsg source: diff-contains-editor-backup-file src/.serve_socket.cpp.swp21:04
apparleshadeslayer: I am sleepy right now21:05
shadeslayerme too21:05
shadeslayerapparle: lets do this tmmrw then21:05
apparleshadeslayer: no problem21:05
apparleshadeslayer: tomorrow... good night21:05
shadeslayerScottK: we will have to cherry pick a patch to fix a bug in choqok, which was fixed in svn, seems choqok displayed "to" as a clickable link21:07
shadeslayer( in the 0.9.90 release )21:08
shadeslayerwill talk to mtux tommorrow about this21:08
* Riddell oggles at http://kubuntuguide.org22:45
Riddellrbelem: yes you can update plasma-mobile if you want22:52
rbelemRiddell, cool! :-)22:59
rbelemRiddell, so i will backport that patch too22:59
Riddellrbelem: which patch?23:00
rbelemRiddell, that revision that i pointed in the mail23:01
Riddellah the second kdelibs patch23:01
rbelemRiddell, did you apply the patches?23:03
Riddellrbelem: I uploaded qtwebkit with declarative package, kde4libs with kubuntu_71_backport_plasma_webview_changes.diff and plasma-mobile without kubuntu_02_no_qml_webkit.diff23:04
rbelemRiddell, cool! :-)23:05
rbelemRiddell, tomorrow i will work to finish the ksambashare and kdenetwork filesharing patches23:07
Riddellrbelem: but we also want a newer plasma-mobile and kde revision 1157180 ?23:07
ubottuhttp://websvn.kde.org/trunk/?rev=1157180&view=rev | svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk -r 1157180 | support load by plugin from AbstractToolBox what stinks is the both support direct creation -and- plugin loading, but has to be BC could be the cas...23:07
rbelemRiddell, yup23:08
Quintasangoing to bed23:11
Riddellrbelem: can you get the debdiff for kdelibs and the updated plasma-mobile package?23:17
Riddellrbelem: if you do you'll need to get someone else to upload it, I'm away for the next three days23:32
ScottKRiddell: While you're here, I'd appreciate it if you could conisder debfx's comments in Bug 63475523:35
ubottuLaunchpad bug 634755 in qtwebkit-source (Ubuntu) "QtWebKit package is not installing the QML plugin" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63475523:35
ScottK(if something needs uploading, let me know and I can do it later)23:36
jjesse-netbookshadeslayer: using the choqok in the ppa w/ no crashes or problems, works great23:38
rbelemRiddell, i'll do it tomorrow23:40
rbelemScottK, tomorrow I will send the debdiffs to you23:41
* rbelem leaving...23:45

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