cjwatsoncould somebody review mountall?  I ran the "mountpoint is a symlink to another mountpoint" handling past Keybuk and got a "looks sane"; the other changes are a few lines each and easily eyeballable01:04
cjwatsonI uploaded sysvinit and mountall intending them to be reviewed as a pair, but unfortunately only sysvinit has been accepted01:04
cjwatsonslangasek: linux-linaro and linux-meta-linaro are a lot of what's left in component-mismatches.  Should they be seeded or demoted?01:35
cjwatsonI've looked through the python-gnome2-desktop NBS listing (which also effectively covers python-gnomeprint).  They're all false positives due to ored dependencies, with the exception of labyrinth (filed bug 648469) and memaker (fix uploaded).01:57
ubot4Launchpad bug 648469 in labyrinth (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 1 other project) "depends on NBS python-gnome2-desktop (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64846901:57
cjwatsonoh my.  http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/NBS/libopensync0-dev is not going to be fun.02:18
cjwatsonis anyone at all driving that transition?02:18
cjwatsonlooks like libopensync0-dev -> libopensync-dev, opensync-1.0.pc -> libopensync.pc (which will entail a load of reautotooling) and probably some more ...02:19
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ograoh, cdimage has new CSS08:52
ograa bit out of bounds with the content though08:53
slangasekcjwatson: linux{,-meta}-linaro> demoted; I thought doko was already taking care of this?09:21
wgrantcjwatson: bigjools wants your blessing for the queue admin permission granularity extensions. Could you record your approval on bug #648611?09:35
ubot4Launchpad bug 648611 in soyuz "Queue admin permissions need pocket and status granularity (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64861109:35
mvoI sponsored mesa based on the FFe discussed in #631413 - it has quite a bit of churn :/09:38
mvoit seems that if we decided to go with that branch we should go all the way instead of shiping a snapshot, but I can not say that I feel really great about it (from a releae-management POV)09:39
mvofwiw I tested it on my intel arrandale and it was fine there09:41
cjwatsonogra: yes, I've reported the poor layout and Matt Nuzum is supposed to be doing something about it09:58
cjwatsonslangasek: thanks09:58
cjwatsonwgrant: done09:59
ograbtw, i jusr discovered that i missed to seed u-boot-linaro-omap3-beagle ... just a warning that i just replaced u-boot-omap3 with it since you guys are cleaning up component mistmatches09:59
ogra(it will likely show up there soon)10:00
wgrantcjwatson: Thanks.10:00
ogra(removal bug is filed too as bug 648616)10:00
ubot4Launchpad bug 648616 in u-boot-omap3 (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 1 other project) "please remove u-boot-omap3 from the archive, it got replaced by u-boot-linaro (affects: 1) (heat: 10)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64861610:00
cjwatsondid whoever reviewed debconf ensure that it behaves appropriately when unconfigured?10:57
cjwatsonslangasek: the linux-linaro demotion doesn't seem to be taking; I'm going to try promoting it to main and then demoting it again in the hope that that will take11:57
cjwatsonthe database is right but it hasn't been published11:57
cjwatsondoko_: this libopensync-plugin-gnokii rebuild isn't enough; notice how it's also listed in http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/NBS/libopensync0-dev.  Rejecting it11:59
cjwatsondoko_: same goes, I suspect, for all your opensync uploads :-(12:01
cjwatsondoko_: surely they need to be converted to the current development package12:01
cjwatson02:19 <cjwatson> looks like libopensync0-dev -> libopensync-dev, opensync-1.0.pc -> libopensync.pc (which will entail a load of reautotooling) and probably some more ...12:02
doko_cjwatson: yes =)12:02
doko_had the old package still installed :/12:02
cjwatsonok, rejecting them all then, sorry - probably best not spend buildd time in duplicate at the moment12:04
wgrantcjwatson: Does linux-linaro have any arch-indep packages?12:04
wgrantIf so, you've just destroyed them.12:04
wgrantAh, it appears not. Good.12:05
cjwatsonwhy would I have?12:05
wgrantReverting an unpublished override eats arch-indep binaries.12:06
cjwatsonwgrant: lovely ...12:06
wgrantcjwatson: Yes.12:06
wgrantcjwatson: Why do you think the demotion hadn't worked? You overrode it a couple of minutes into last hour's publisher.12:06
wgrantSo it should be publishing right around now.12:06
cjwatsonwgrant: and I'd overridden it an hour or two before that, and slangasek an hour or two before that.12:07
wgrantSoyuz only knows about one 59 minutes ago.12:08
wgrantAnd it just published now.12:08
cjwatson09:21 <slangasek> cjwatson: linux{,-meta}-linaro> demoted; I thought doko was already taking care of this?12:08
wgrantSo change-override didn't do anything. Do you have output from a run before an hour ago?12:08
cjwatsoninsufficient screen scrollback, sorry12:08
cjwatsonwell, sorry if I reverted the override unnecessarily; I can put it back later today12:10
wgrantIt seems to have happily returned to main now.12:10
wgrantSo a further universe override should work fine.12:10
cjwatsonshould I wait 'til this publisher run finishes?12:10
wgrantBut I am intrigued as to why change-override didn't do anything the first two times.12:10
wgrantDoesn't matter, no.12:11
cjwatsonhang on, if it just published now, then that override was the one that put it back to main12:11
cjwatsonthe output of change-override when I tried to override to universe said that it was already in universe12:11
wgrantcjwatson: The universe and main overrides just published together.12:11
wgrantIn a few minutes the main one will supersede the universe one.12:12
cjwatsonI've overridden it back to universe, then12:12
cjwatsonwhich hopefully will actually work12:12
wgrantIt has worked, yep.12:12
cjwatsonI mean publish :-)12:12
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dokocjwatson: any idea why springlobby doesn't have build records for armel and powerpc?12:29
cjwatson%spring: i386 amd64                                                   # x86 specific, needs java5 and hardware accellerated OpenGL12:30
cjwatson%springlobby: i386 amd64                                              # Depends on spring12:30
cjwatsonthat's straight from Debian12:31
dokocjwatson: hmm, I did look at bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-core-dev/packages-arch-specific/ubuntu12:40
stgraberRiddell: ping12:52
Riddellhi stgraber12:55
stgraberRiddell: did you get my mail regarding langpack issues affecting Edubuntu and Kubuntu ?13:02
Riddelldon't think so13:02
Riddellah, there it is, /me reads13:02
stgraberit's kind of an issue as it makes Edubuntu and Kubuntu DVD to fail to build completely :(13:03
Riddellstgraber: pitti and cjwatson were discussing that earlier in #u-d13:03
Riddell11:43 < cjwatson> or we could exclude those language packs from the build13:04
stgraberoh, ok, didn't see it (just woke up) :)13:04
Riddellseemed to be the conclusion13:04
RiddellI don't know how to exclude them from the seeds though13:04
stgraberno idea, in our case we use a regexp to match everything, so we might need some cjwatson magic (would the blacklist work for that ?) to solve the issue13:05
stgraberI clearly don't mind shipping RC with a few missing kde langpacks as long as I at least have a build to release ;)13:06
cjwatsonI can deal with it13:06
cjwatsonregexps can support that kind of thing if you're sufficiently devious13:07
stgrabercjwatson: I'd appreciate it, thanks.13:07
dokoScottK: bug #64877313:13
ubot4Launchpad bug 648773 in ufc (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "FFe: sync ufc and dolfin from unstable (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64877313:13
cjwatsondoko: debconf fails to build, and I'm concerned about changing helpers at this point since debconf.py has very specific requirements (it absolutely has to work even when unconfigured).  Would it be possible to have an upload that reverts the use of dh_python2/3 and just fixes the python3 module path?13:41
dokocjwatson: ok, will look at it. might require a python-central merge from unstable. will know later13:44
zulcan someone accept the new mysql-cluster upload it contains the proper fix for mysqlclient collision bug14:01
cjwatsonzul: err ... same version as what's already in the archive?14:06
* cjwatson thinks LP could stand to have rejected that one14:06
zulcjwatson: umm14:06
zulcjwatson: crap...never mind14:07
seb128hello there14:08
seb128I think you will not like that but glib update coming14:08
seb128it's breaking quite some abi and api and even dropping some14:09
seb128do you want a bug with the debdiff, NEWS, rational etc?14:09
seb128basically those are api added during the unstable cycle they decided were wrong and dropped before GNOME 2.3214:09
seb128they are updating the GNOME 2.32 according to the changes14:10
cjwatsonI think we should search the archive for uses of such API14:10
seb128it's very likely that nothing else is using those api14:10
cjwatsonwe don't have time to react in any less organised way14:10
seb128do we have an easy way to do that?14:10
cjwatsonprobably not, find a DC machine with an archive and unpack it14:10
seb128kees, ^14:10
seb128I think you did grepping for api some time ago for dx14:10
seb128do you have an easy setup for that?14:11
seb128bug #64887714:22
ubot4Launchpad bug 648877 in glib2.0 (Ubuntu) "2.25.16 glib update (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64887714:22
seb128has a summary of the changes and a debdiff for review14:23
cjwatsonubiquity 2.4.3 fixes livefs build failures with 2.4.2; would appreciate review14:24
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doko_cjwatson: could you have a look at http://paste.ubuntu.com/501506/ for gcc-4.4 (and maybe for gcc-4.5 too)15:19
cjwatsonlooks ok to me15:21
doko_ok, finishing my test build and veryfing that plplot builds again15:22
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seb128is there anybody in charge of the release or who can be pinged for reviews?15:36
seb128until when do we have for changes?15:36
* Riddell doing reviews15:55
raphinkhi guys16:00
raphinkthe most recent berkeley DB is 4.8 in maverick/main16:01
raphinkwould it be a good idea to have db5.0 in universe?16:01
raphinkI have the package ready16:01
raphink(and tested in production)16:02
raphinkanyone here?16:17
cjwatsonraphink: I think new packages in universe are probably not a good idea at this point; there's too little time to fix them if they turn out to have problems16:32
keesseb128: hello!17:49
keesseb128: yeah, I can do another search; I have a local copy of the archive. what's the api?17:49
seb128kees, hey17:50
keesseb128: ok, checking17:53
slangasekcjwatson: sorry, when I said "demoted" I meant "should be demoted", not "I've demoted them" - so yours was the first override, I think :)17:57
cjwatsonslangasek: ah - gotcha17:58
Riddellin https://wiki.kubuntu.org/ReleaseCandidateProcess where it says Modify debian-cd/CONF.sh to set OFFICIAL="Release Candidate"  where is that file?18:04
Riddell/srv/cdimage.ubuntu.com/debian-cd/CONF.sh looks likely18:04
cjwatsonedit it there please, then 'bzr pull' in /srv/cdimage.ubuntu.com/debian-cd18:05
cjwatsonI've mucked around with scary regexes in the Kubuntu and Edubuntu DVD seeds to exclude the broken language packs for now18:57
cjwatsonshould be reverted after the new base language packs arrive post-RC18:58
stgrabercjwatson: thanks19:11
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seb128kees, still grepping?19:44
keesseb128: yup.19:44
keesseb128: so far, glib2.0 glibmm2.4 totem19:44
kees(I'm past "t" in main, universe will probably take until tomorrow)19:44
seb128kees, can you put the list on bug #64887719:46
ubot4Launchpad bug 648877 in glib2.0 (Ubuntu) "2.25.16 glib update (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64887719:46
seb128once it's past the main set19:46
keesseb128: sure thing19:46
keesseb128: oh, finished main. I've updated the bug19:49
seb128kees, thanks19:50
seb128cjwatson, skaet, slangasek: could you review the glib update?20:01
seb128cjwatson, skaet, slangasek: could you review the glib update?20:01
seb128bug #64887720:01
ubot4Launchpad bug 648877 in glib2.0 (Ubuntu) "2.25.16 glib update (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64887720:01
ScottKcjwatson or slangasek: Could I have a respin of Kubuntu desktop live on i386?  We'd like to test the latest ubiquity on an actual ISO (just to be sure as soon as possible it's working).20:06
skaetseb128,  looking...20:06
seb128skaet, thanks20:06
ScottKslangasek and cjwatson: unping.20:13
Riddellseb128: did you work out a way to check that the ABI changes to glib don't affect anything?20:37
seb128Riddell, kees is grepping the archive for those abi, there is only totem and glibmm using it in main20:38
seb128and those are going to be updated today as part of GNOME 2.3220:38
ScottKHow about Universe?20:38
seb128grep still running20:39
Riddellseb128: thanks, I'll accept20:39
seb128but I would be surprised if something out of GNOME was using it20:39
seb128those api have been adding in the maverick cycle20:39
keesScottK: I'll have universe in about 10 hours, I think20:39
seb128and they have broken the abi every second week20:39
ScottKYou'll update those too, right?20:39
seb128I think nothing out of GNOME started using them20:39
seb128ScottK, thanks20:40
RiddellI feel unqualified to review linux-mvl-dove, anyone able to tell me what I'm looking for?20:47
Rubidium_hi, is a Debian freeze-exception enough to get one for Ubuntu's Maverick release as well? It'd would be just syncing some packages unmodified from Debian testing. I'm personally not using Ubuntu and the last time I installed Ubuntu to make debdiffs they were never used although that was for an after-release CVE vulnerability.21:24
Rubidium_http://lists.debian.org/debian-release/2010/09/msg01824.html is the "ack" of Debian's release team and one of the bugs that are fixed is listed in http://qa.ubuntuwire.com/bugs/rcbugs/21:25
cjwatsondepends - we're later in our release process than Debian is, but it can be possible.  please file sync requests for each one separately (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SyncRequestProcess) and we'll look at them21:27
DavieyHi release team!  Just as a "heads up", i'm hoping to get one more upload of eucalyptus in tonight... ETA ~2 hours. :/21:36
DavieyThe package will be ready before then... but trying to test it.. and as it's an upgrade bug.. takes a while to reproduce21:36
robbiewDaviey: heh...trying to influence the freeze again, aye? ;)21:43
Davieyrobbiew, Yeah, can we have the freeze tomorrow instead - then i can go to bed? :D21:43
superm1can someone from @ubuntu-release take a look over the ubiquity upload I just did (2.4.4), ideally to make the RC candidate disks?23:02
superm1oh there's a bot that does that and lets people know, cool23:03
ScottKsuperm1: Accepted.23:16

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