Riddelltxwikinger: dunno, what happensif you right click on the systray-> System Tray Settings -> tick network manager?00:01
txwikingerthanks.. that's it00:02
txwikingerRiddell: cool.. when you know it00:02
Riddelldantti: what's the status?  I'm minded to go to bed soon00:05
danttiRiddell: sorry, I'm booking a flight now, do you know what was the kdesdk command to generate a tar ball?00:05
Riddellhmm, not sure, can't see it in kdesdk-scripts 00:08
Riddelldantti: get your flight booked, I'll stay up :)00:08
txwikingerRiddell: kubuntu maverick seems pretty good.. I mostly have problems with gnome stuff00:10
Riddelldon't worry, I'm sure gnome 3 will fix them all00:11
txwikingerYou should do standup comedy :D00:11
RiddellI'm here all week00:11
txwikingerwhere is here?00:12
Riddellinfront of my computer, until 10:10 on Sunday actually00:12
txwikingerwell.. don't overdo it00:12
txwikingerI did far too much the last couple of month00:13
txwikingermostly working to improve ubuntu-ca00:13
txwikingerclose to a burn out.. need to reduce it a bit00:13
txwikingerwell.. is 10:10 the release time? which one am or pm? which timezone?00:15
txwikingerwell.. maybe it should be called 10.4200:16
danttiRiddell: k, what will you prefer the 0.6.2 final tarball or the diff to the current svn rev?00:16
Riddelldantti: either is fine00:16
txwikingerRiddell: we have Thanksgiving Day on Sunday00:17
txwikingerand Monday is a holiday :)00:17
Riddella Kubuntu bank holiday!00:19
txwikingerthat's how I would spin it :D00:20
danttiRiddell: btw have you tested the changelog feature?00:21
Riddelldantti: yes, worked nicely00:21
danttigood :)00:22
Riddellalthough I didn't have any updates with bugs in them00:22
* txwikinger wonders why the gnome keyring password request always pops up00:22
danttiright, well I tested with lp, debian and cve all 3 worked fine00:22
Riddelltxwikinger: I get that too, worse thing is it doesn't say why it needs the password, horribly insecure00:23
Riddelltxwikinger: I think it's due to ubuntu one00:23
txwikingerdoes removing ubuntu-one stops that?00:23
Riddelldoes for me00:24
txwikingerok.. I will try that00:24
danttiapachelogger: around? I never manage to build a tarball :P00:26
RiddellI expect he's asleep00:26
danttiall kpk releases a fedora guy sent me the tarball :P00:27
Riddellcreate_tarball.rb in kdesdk/scripts seems like a good candidate to try00:27
danttinow he's off so I need to do myself :P00:27
Riddellbut how hard can it be, you just do an svn export, the translations are fiddly but I already have that in our packaging if you want to copy it, then tar zcf00:29
danttiRiddell: I can find that package00:30
Riddellapt-get source kdesdk ?00:31
danttiRiddell: oh I installed it00:31
Riddellwe don't seem to package it for some reason00:32
Riddellprobably because the build system doesn't install it00:32
Riddellhi Mamarok, how did your 4.5.2 upgrade go?00:35
danttiRiddell: ok, I gave up :P I'll send you an svn diff, create_tarball does not find kpk00:38
Riddelldantti: want me to make one?00:38
danttiRiddell: if it's not much work for you :)00:39
danttithat's why I don't package stuff, I just suck on doing it, even dumb tarballs lol00:39
claydohRiddell: http://kubuntuforums.net/forums/index.php?topic=3113961.0;topicseen00:41
claydohtho my upgrade went well, didn't even notice the change, really00:41
Riddellclaydoh: i think I need a "how to understand X problems" lesson from mgrasslin at UDS00:43
claydohRiddell: make sure they save a video of it too :)00:43
Riddelldantti: how's this? http://people.canonical.com/~jriddell/tmp/kpackagekit-0.6.2.tar.gz00:44
danttiRiddell: thanks, it's perfect for me :) , I just have to remove a bunch of icons (svgz) compress as 7z so that kde-apps can store it :P00:49
=== Riddell changed the topic of #kubuntu-devel to: what to do for Natty? http://wiki.kubuntu.org/Kubuntu/UDSNatty
danttiRiddell:  oooh :(01:08
Riddelldantti: ooh?01:08
danttiwhen I added the check for new updates button I broke the updateDetails01:08
danttiI was taking a screen shot01:09
danttiand saw the bug01:09
Riddellhmm, yes01:09
danttik, fixed 01:10
Riddelldantti: new tar needed?01:11
danttiRiddell: no I can update the tar, I'm pasting you the diff01:12
danttiRiddell: http://pastebin.com/CTB0D0JG01:12
Riddelldantti: still doesn't show changelog info01:22
danttiRiddell: when you click on an item?01:22
danttior press enter01:23
lex79Riddell: do you still have the bug list marked for milestone?01:23
Riddelllex79: http://tinyurl.com/33p7vu301:24
Riddelldantti: http://people.canonical.com/~jriddell/tmp/kpackagekit.png01:25
danttiRiddell: btw, glatozr spoted kpk missing libqtsql and sqlite deps iirc 01:25
danttiRiddell: are you already using aptcc with the new patches?01:26
Riddelldantti: ah hah01:27
Riddellpackagekit was up to date but not packagekit-backend-aptcc01:27
danttihehe :)01:27
Riddellok uploading01:29
danttiRiddell: worked fine now?01:30
danttinice, much better than "updates: foo"01:35
Riddellthanks for being awesome dantti 01:37
* Riddell snoozes01:37
danttiyw, gnight01:37
JontheEchidnabug 609247 sort've makes the MIR process seem silly. ;-)01:38
ubottuLaunchpad bug 609247 in qapt (Ubuntu) "[MIR] qapt" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/60924701:38
danttifunny cutting from koloupaint, leaves some shadow..01:40
ScottKrdieter_work: It was our fellow developers in #ubuntu-x who did it, but there's a patch in our mesa package I believe.  I can dig it out if you want it.01:51
ScottK(against 7.9)01:51
ScottKapachelogger and shadeslayer: I don't support 4.5 in lucid-backports, but have no problem with 4.5.2 in maverick-backports after release.01:52
jjesseso what day is the best to download 10.10 before the actual release day?01:56
ScottKjjesse: Download the RC and then rsync to update your ISO01:57
jjessehrmm ok01:57
ScottKThat or just upgrade to maverick and then apply all updates.01:58
JontheEchidnakdelibs4-dev reverse-build-depends down to 8302:03
CIA-116[muon] jmthomas * 1182925 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/muon/muon/MainWindow.cpp Fix the software properties action always being disabled.02:09
CIA-116[muon] jmthomas * 1182926 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/muon/libmuon/PackageModel/ (PackageWidget.cpp PackageWidget.h) Entirely disabled windows during startup are so early 2000's. Spruce things up a bit with a nice loading/busy indicator for the PackageView02:10
danttifunny, after upgrading some packages composite got disabled and doesn't work anymore :( also nvidia drivers are beta.. pretty weird..04:38
=== muesli_ is now known as mueslix
apacheloggermaco: ok, fair enough07:15
apacheloggerdantti: I shall look into tarballing and write you a nice tut ;)07:16
danttiapachelogger: :D that would be nice, I always forgot how to deal with that..07:16
danttiand there is always someone to create it for me ...07:17
apacheloggerthat hints me that there is something wrong with the user experience07:17
apacheloggercalculus course starts07:17
danttiright.. it's 3am here and I can't sleep due to some guys that take ages to finish their jobs :/07:18
* dantti wishes to know why does he needs to wait for a completly unrelated job to finish, stupid boss07:19
jussiRiddell: good morning, seems the upgrade went just fine!09:41
markeyKDE 4.5.2 update was very smooth :)09:45
markeyworks great09:45
debfxis kfax still useful? can it display formats okular can't?09:51
valoriemarkey, is it mostly bugfixes, or what?09:53
markeyyes, plus some performance improvements09:53
Riddelljussi, markey: great09:57
al<ulysses> But the source package on Launchpad and Quassel/i18n-master on Launchpad doesn't contain the error, how is it possible, if they are from upstream (I think)?10:53
alit's because they were already fixed10:53
althis was the required change: http://gitorious.org/quassel/quassel/merge_requests/11610:55
jussioh lol10:55
jussiRiddell: I just found the first upgrade issue - watching stuff on you tube is like watching in fast forward - no sound and double speed10:56
ulyssesal: if it solves the problem it should be backported to Lucid10:57
alulysses: well, yea, i made merge requests for 0.6 and 0.711:00
valorieI had that the other day, jussi11:02
valorieand no sound11:02
valorieat least I'm not alone11:02
jussivalorie: is it fixed for you now?11:02
valorieI just updated kde, and haven't restarted11:03
jussivalorie: also, have you file a bug?11:03
valoriebut no11:03
valoriewell, I kept thinking it was flash11:03
valorieand trying different things11:03
valoriebut had not gotten to filing a bug yet11:03
jussivalorie: was your machine a clean install or an upgrade?11:04
valorieupgrade from lucid11:04
valorieotherwise, everything has been great11:04
jussiright, Im updating again...11:05
jussiIt may be a missing codec, no?11:05
valoriefor youtube?11:07
valorieI have all codecs for gst, xine and vlc11:07
valorieso I'm thinking not11:07
jussiyeah, but if someone borked/changed something there...11:09
valoriewell, Amarok plays with both gst and xine11:13
valoriehaven't tried with vlc11:13
valoriebut I reinstalled the flash-plugins, etc.11:13
valoriemessed with all my sound settings in alsamixer, kmix11:14
debfxwe should mention in the release notes how to switch between the desktop and netbook workspace11:33
Riddellshadeslayer: interesting comment here, maybe we should do that as an SRU http://www.kdedevelopers.org/node/433111:47
* shadeslayer looks11:47
shadeslayeroh i saw that 11:48
shadeslayerpossibly yes11:48
shadeslayerRiddell: why doesnt canonical send ads on the television and stuff? to promote ubuntu 11:52
debfxwouldn't that break all other fonts?11:52
shadeslayeralot of people dont know about the choices they have for OS's11:52
Riddelldebfx: fontconfig should be clever enough to find the glyph in the ubuntu font even when other fonts are being used11:53
shadeslayerdebfx: good point :)11:53
Riddellshadeslayer: for a product given away at no cost?  doesn't make commercial sense11:53
shadeslayerRiddell: we are big fans of free stuff :P11:54
Riddelldebfx: I can use the rupee symbol fine in kate which is using a monospace font (so not ubuntu font)11:54
shadeslayerbtw i cant find it :P11:56
shadeslayerthe rupee symbol11:56
debfxshadeslayer: ₹11:57
shadeslayerim in the character selector > Symbols > Currency Symbols11:57
debfxindeed, it works fine11:57
debfxfontconfig++ :)11:57
shadeslayerdebfx: ah yes, i have liberation in quassel and it works11:57
shadeslayerRiddell: we should contact one of the news channels here and send them a quick report ^_^11:59
debfxshadeslayer: I think you have to edit /usr/share/locale/currency/inr.desktop manually12:00
Riddellshadeslayer: go for it12:00
shadeslayerdebfx: CurrencyCodeIsoNumeric3=356 ?? that line?12:02
shadeslayeri can get the code from wikipedia12:02
debfxshadeslayer: CurrencyUnitSymbols12:02
* shadeslayer prepares patch12:03
Riddellhttp://people.canonical.com/~jriddell/rupee.html  copy and paste :)12:03
shadeslayergah.. nano doesnt show it -.-12:04
Riddellfile a bug with the debdiff for SRU12:04
Riddelluse kate12:04
shadeslayermailz sent12:15
shadeslayernow i wonder if they even look at that email address ;)12:15
* shadeslayer will post to CNN-IBN as well12:16
apacheloggeroh dear12:18
apacheloggershadeslayer: thy shall  not use the nano!@!@!12:22
shadeslayerok ... but its easy :D12:22
apacheloggerno it is not12:23
apacheloggervim is easy12:23
apacheloggerand vim is supreme12:23
shadeslayereditor flame war!!12:24
apacheloggerthere is nothing to flame war about12:25
apacheloggervim is supreme period12:25
* shadeslayer looks at Riddell 12:25
* apachelogger dares Riddell not to say the E word12:26
ulyssese as exterminate?12:26
apacheloggerno, the bad E word12:26
shadeslayerulysses: e as in you-know-the-text-editor-which-starts-with-e12:27
shadeslayerhas mac in the middle12:27
apacheloggerthe one from the man with the beared12:27
apacheloggeryes, right, santa clause12:27
debfxnano is perfectly fine to edit config files :p12:28
apacheloggernano is not fine for anything12:28
ulyssesoh, I get it12:28
* shadeslayer hugs debfx12:28
apacheloggerecho is finer than nano12:28
apacheloggerin fact I found myself echoing stuff to /etc/apt/sources.list in pbuilders :P12:28
apacheloggerneed to get updated on software architectures12:30
apacheloggeralso think a bit about natty12:30
jussiapachelogger: Great news that you will be at UDS! I look forward to buying you a beer! :D12:41
shadeslayerhttp://pastebin.com/qLzfXcMd :: does that look ok?12:46
shadeslayeror does Rs come before12:46
shadeslayerhmm.. default should be changed too12:47
jussiSo yeah, after upgrade to maverick, seems like flash vids have super speed - both dailymotion and youtube tested13:06
jussiRiddell: any ideas?13:06
RiddellI'm afraid not13:06
RiddellI've not heard of that problem and of course flash is a closed box to us13:07
shadeslayerjussi: tried the new flash 64 bit packages?13:07
jussiprobably a good I dea for someone elst to test it13:07
jussishadeslayer: np13:07
shadeslayeri haz them, seems to work pretty good too13:07
jussishadeslayer: where are they?13:07
shadeslayerone sec13:08
shadeslayerjussi: https://edge.launchpad.net/~sevenmachines/+archive/flash13:09
jussiwho is seven machines? trustable?13:10
shadeslayerno idea, but im using the packages, and omgubuntu advertised them13:12
Riddell"omgubuntu" and "trustable" don't always go together13:12
jussioh, then I should avoid them like the plague..13:12
Riddelltry adobe's site13:13
shadeslayertheres doesnt have packages13:13
jussido I need to remove the 32 bit one first?13:13
shadeslayerbut yeah, you can download the files and move them into correct dirs13:13
debfxjussi: yes, remove flashplugin-installer and put the 64bit .so in /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins13:15
jussithanks debfx13:15
jussishadeslayer: Riddell debfx, the new plugin doesnt help sadly :/13:23
shadeslayerjussi: you downloaded it from labs.adobe right?13:23
jussiits a pretty serious issue for upgrades...13:23
=== jjesse_ is now known as jjesse
* txwikinger has lots of complains about archives' Release files not properly updated14:10
shadeslayerRiddell: what about rekonq 0.6.1 ?14:13
Riddellvoila https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rekonq/0.6.1-0ubuntu114:13
shadeslayerah great :D14:13
shadeslayernow this is the weird14:14
shadeslayerhttp://imgur.com/nMdan :: look at URL bar14:14
shadeslayerand then below it14:14
shadeslayergtg.. cya laterz14:17
txwikingerRiddell: when do those repositories get properly rescanned?14:26
Riddelltxwikinger: the publisher runs at :03 past the hour and is done by about :40 past the hour14:31
txwikingerRiddell: which is the package for the mpeg plugins for konqueror?14:33
Riddellhow do you mean mpeg plugins?14:36
RiddellQuintasan, shadeslayer: where are the packages made by project neon?14:37
txwikingerhmm.. even after the upgrade I still cannot use gtk-based apps14:43
txwikingerthey just don't take any input (mouse or keyboard_14:43
txwikingerin gnome everything works14:48
rdieter_workScottK: hi, re: that X/mesa patch you mentioned, yeah, I'd def be interested if you could dig it up (or give me pointers where to find it).  thanks!14:55
Riddellrdieter_work: ScottK is also away today15:10
rdieter_workI guess that comment was awhile ago. oh well, I'm poking around in launchpad, afaict, you just updated to a more recent 7.9 snapshot15:10
shadeslayerRiddell: https://launchpad.net/~neon/+archive/ppa15:12
shadeslayergo bezerk and break your system :D15:12
Riddellrdieter_work: yes https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mesa/7.9~git20100924-0ubuntu215:14
rdieter_workRiddell: ok, thanks.  I'm testing the 7.9 final tarball now, by all accounts, is much better indeed.15:15
apacheloggerjussi: I suppose you want to get me drunk and trick me into doing a memenu for kde16:19
debfxEHLO apachelogger16:19
apacheloggerjussi: forget about it :P16:19
apacheloggerkontact eats mails16:30
apacheloggeror akonadi16:30
apacheloggerone cannot be sure these days ^^16:30
Tm_Tapachelogger: huh, haven't seen that before16:31
apacheloggerwell, it had to do with my profile being all broken for whatever reason16:31
jussiapachelogger: of course :P 16:42
jussiapachelogger: I was actually thinking of quassel improvements, but yeah...16:43
apacheloggerI think you will have to put me on H to get me hack on quassel :P16:43
apacheloggerthen again I would probably not be able to hack on that, so...16:43
jussiapachelogger: hehe16:50
CIA-116[libqapt] jmthomas * 1183228 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/libqapt/src/ (backend.cpp backend.h cache.cpp cache.h package.cpp) Speed up Package::isSupported() by making a cache of package index files to prevent doing a binary search for the index file from the sources list each time isSupported() is called.16:50
jussiapachelogger: fine, Ill use you as a pawn to get Sput working :D16:50
apacheloggerRiddell, ScottK: bug 655646  <- release note about the default behaviour change maybe?16:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 655646 in kopete (Ubuntu) "Kopete's icon not shown in system tray" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65564616:51
shadeslayeri haz kopete icon16:51
apacheloggerjussi: you just need to send Sput lots of kisses and simley faces and all that flirty stuff, I am somewhat certain that works16:52
shadeslayerapachelogger: http://imgur.com/rzJg816:52
jussiapachelogger: I sent alcohol, it worked for a time, but not anymore :(16:52
apacheloggershadeslayer: well, I manually switched it off while I was still on lucid, but from a discussion we had at a metting I gather that it ought to be off by default16:52
shadeslayerjussi: your coming to UDS as well?16:52
jussishadeslayer: correct16:52
apacheloggerjussi: clearly he ran out of alcohol then16:52
shadeslayerjussi: ooohh.... if i get my visa on friday, me too :D16:53
shadeslayerapachelogger: turn it back on!!!!16:53
apacheloggeroh right, I cannot do no quassel haxx0ring anyway because I need to shape shadeslayer into a clone of apachelogger16:53
apacheloggershadeslayer: that would be inconsistent16:53
shadeslayerjussi: apachelogger is mine! mine i say!16:53
apacheloggereither the message indicator is used every where or it is not at all16:54
shadeslayerapachelogger: clone of you without bugs :P16:54
shadeslayeri haz bugs of my own ^_^16:54
jussishadeslayer: they arent bugs, only features16:54
apacheloggeralso note that I think the issue reported there is not about not being able to have a kopete tray icon but by default not having one16:54
apacheloggerwhich is a behaviour change that IMHO should be documented as to avoid such bug reports16:54
apacheloggeror to have a pointer for people who do report such bugs16:55
apacheloggerso JontheEchidna can go RTFM $URL16:55
shadeslayeryes, you can enable the icon from kopete settings16:55
Riddellor have it in the release announcement, claydoh ^^16:55
apacheloggershadeslayer: yes, that is not what is reported there though16:55
shadeslayeralso, one needs to restart kopete to get that systray icon, for some insane reason....16:56
apacheloggerfrom the bug description it would appear that the user expects kopete to have a tray icon after upgrade which is not the case because the default behaviour changed with regards to that16:56
apacheloggershadeslayer: feel free to fix that ;)16:56
apacheloggeror create a meaningful replacement for kopete, eitherway is fine with me16:56
apacheloggerTBH kopete is not as visually appealing as it should be in the age of being all sorts of social over the intarwebs16:57
Riddellkopete is getting past its best, I keep hoping some new telepathy replacement will pop up one day16:57
shadeslayerempathy-kde? :D16:58
apacheloggersurely what is missing is a qgraphicsitem ^^16:58
apacheloggerlike with a proper KDE video player16:58
Riddellthat too16:58
shadeslayerdpkg-source: error: source package has two conflicting values - kdeaccessibility and project-neon-kdeaccessibility :: wth16:58
apacheloggerRiddell: btw, do you know a thing or two about QtDBus? I am working on a follow up blog post about specific QtDBus experience as part of my GSoC project and was hoping that you could have a look at it before I publish (after release of maverick of course)16:59
apacheloggershadeslayer: grep kdeaccessibility debian/control :P17:00
RiddellI'd think agateau knows a lot more than I do17:00
agateauapachelogger: I know a bit about qtdbus indeed17:00
apacheloggeroh, ok, I will poke you then, once it is ready ;)17:01
agateauapachelogger: it is my understanding you will be at UDS, right?17:01
agateauapachelogger: great! we can have a look there if you wish17:01
apacheloggeragateau: well, I just need some overal sanity review on the post, it is not very long17:02
* apachelogger tries to keeps his posts to the point since he himself has a tendency to go TLDR on other's posts ^^17:02
agateauapachelogger: ok, feel free to poke me when it's ready17:02
* apachelogger starts looking for his notes on UDS discussion material17:02
shadeslayerapachelogger: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~neon/project-neon/kdeaccessibility-ubuntu/annotate/head:/control :: dunno whats wrong17:02
apacheloggerRiddell: do I just toss things at the wiki page for now and we select later?17:03
Riddellapachelogger: yes17:03
apacheloggershadeslayer: Source: kdeaccessibility17:03
apacheloggershadeslayer: your probably says project-neon-kdeaccessibility17:03
apacheloggerRiddell: okidoki17:03
shadeslayerRiddell: can i put rekonq 0.6.1 for lucid in kubuntu ppa which has 4.5.1?17:10
* apachelogger is wondering where that other sheet with notes on discussion topics for UDS went17:17
apachelogger...jussi must have hidden it, so I have more time to implement a memenu...17:18
shadeslayermaybe he put it inside ubottu17:19
apachelogger!find apachelogger's notes on stuff to discuss at UDS17:19
ubottunotes is not a valid distribution: hardy, hardy-backports, hardy-proposed, jaunty, jaunty-backports, jaunty-proposed, karmic, karmic-backports, karmic-proposed, kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, lucid, lucid-backports, lucid-proposed, maverick, maverick-backports, maverick-proposed, medibuntu, partner, stable, testing, unstable17:19
jussi!find apachelogger17:19
ubottuPackage/file apachelogger does not exist in lucid17:19
apacheloggerthat bot is so broken17:20
apacheloggerso horribly utterly broken17:20
jussiapachelogger: you need to rectify that17:20
apacheloggerI am becoming java haxx0r now17:20
shadeslayerok so kde a11y done for neon :D17:21
apacheloggera11y is really done for...17:21
apacheloggerI think the only truely working app there is jovie, and even there you need to do hardcore messing to get the backend in order17:21
shadeslayeroh craps17:23
Riddellshadeslayer: can it go in normal backports?17:27
apacheloggerRiddell: it depends on KDE 4.5.1 it would seem17:28
Riddellok, kubuntu-ppa/updates it is then17:28
shadeslayerand ScottK wont allow 4.5.1 in lucid :)17:28
apacheloggershadeslayer: did I ever find out why 0.6.1 depends on kde 4.5.1?17:29
shadeslayerRiddell: updates has 4.4.517:30
Riddellshadeslayer: sorry I mean backports17:30
Riddellshadeslayer: how did koffice go?17:30
apacheloggerah, nvm17:30
shadeslayerRiddell: its still in pbuilder .. loads of breakages17:30
shadeslayerthe latest one being http://pastebin.com/7Dy1EnDj17:31
Riddellwell that's why you compile it locally first to do the necessary updates to the packaging before using pbuilder17:34
Riddellhave you run dh_install --list-missing  to add the new files?17:35
shadeslayeryes im working on it ;)17:36
Sputjussi: I'm working hard on preparing scripting support!17:43
Sputjussi: http://gitorious.org/quassel/quassel/commits/events now stop pretending I'm lazy!17:44
jussiSput: !!!!! excellent! I will have to send you some more nice alcohol when it lands!17:45
* jussi hugs sput and hands over energy cookies17:45
SputI can't promise scripting for 0.8, but the events support (which is a precondition for doing scripting) should be ready in a few weeks17:46
shadeslayerSput: plz get /clear support :)17:47
jussiSput: excellent17:48
shadeslayeritll be awesome if you could clear buffers with /clear17:48
jussishadeslayer: nom why would you want that=17:48
shadeslayerdont have to part channels to clear buffers?17:48
Sputshould be a more or less trivial patch, that someone could just do!17:48
shadeslayerapachelogger: kde a11y is broken \o/ http://launchpadlibrarian.net/57189490/buildlog_ubuntu-maverick-amd64.project-neon-kdeaccessibility_1.0%2B2343-4~maverick1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz17:49
shadeslayerSput: i could, but have no idea where the code needs to be added :P17:49
shadeslayerif its trivial that is17:49
* shadeslayer smells a project coming up17:50
Sputwe're talking removing the messages from view, not from the database, right?18:01
CIA-116[libqapt] jmthomas * 1183240 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/libqapt/src/package.cpp We don't need to get a full state readout to determine whether or not a package is installed. Speed Package::isInstalled() up by checking for installation without calling state().18:02
shadeslayerSput: both actually18:08
shadeslayeri guess you have slots for clearing the DB and the view?18:08
shadeslayerwhat fun : http://pastebin.com/i2gi8CRp18:10
shadeslayerRiddell: line 40 : http://pastebin.com/i2gi8CRp : where does that go?18:24
trichardhey, mplayer complains about not finding libvdpau_nvidia.so while i do have the nvidia binary drivers installed18:24
shadeslayertrichard: you needz vdpau18:25
trichardlibvdpau1 is installed as well18:25
shadeslayer!info nvidia-185-libvdpau18:25
ubottunvidia-185-libvdpau (source: nvidia-graphics-drivers): Transitional package for nvidia-185-libvdpau. In component restricted, is optional. Version 195.36.24-0ubuntu1~10.04 (lucid), package size 4 kB, installed size 48 kB (Only available for i386 amd64 lpia)18:25
shadeslayerthat ^18:25
shadeslayer!find  libvdpau_nvidia.so maverick18:25
ubottuFile libvdpau_nvidia.so found in nvidia-current18:25
Riddellshadeslayer: great CMakeLists.txt files for where it gets made18:25
trichardi'm on 10.10 so i use the 260 driver18:25
Riddellit's probably a general part of koffice-libs18:26
* txwikinger got finally non-qt apps in KDE working again18:26
* apachelogger thinks shadeslayer is really darth vader18:27
shadeslayerwhat makes you think so? :P18:27
* shadeslayer fears his secret will be revealed 18:28
apacheloggerI have proof...18:28
apacheloggeryou better pay me 2k/month or I will publish them18:28
txwikingerapachelogger: Are you his son?18:28
shadeslayerrofl ^18:28
apacheloggerTm_T: is shadeslayer my daddy?18:28
* shadeslayer waves a hand in Jedi manner and proof vanishes 18:29
apacheloggerTm_T: mom, look what he did ^^^^^^^18:32
shadeslayerRiddell: i think final ISO's are up18:36
shadeslayerapachelogger: http://wiki.kubuntu.org/Kubuntu/UDSNatty :: doesnt state disneyland :/18:38
apacheloggerthat does not need discussion it requires execution18:38
shadeslayerCommunity works - getting more minions  :: haha :D18:39
shadeslayerKubuntu Marketing & Promotion -> Kubuntu Marketing, Branding & Promotion 18:39
apacheloggerforming a brand is a big topic that IMHO should (if) be discussed seperately18:40
shadeslayerok ill make it seprate18:41
apacheloggeralso quite frankly I would split marketing at large from promotion too and merge former with the koffice foo I listed too18:41
apacheloggerthat we can work out later though, I am not sure how much we should go into that topic at one UDS because to market something you need to know whom to market it for, so creating a proper idea of what our target audience looks like is sort of condition to even work out a plan to get more marketing efforts going18:42
* dasKreech pokes apachelogger18:55
apacheloggerno poking in public18:55
* dasKreech palms apachelogger18:55
apacheloggerthat will surely get me into troubles in the lands of florida18:55
dasKreechoh UDS is in florida?18:55
apacheloggerI wonder why we could not have opted for disney resorts though18:59
oxymoronDoes somebody know if grub 2 will make it for *buntu 10.10 release?19:05
shadeslayeroxymoron: if it aint out now, it wont make it19:08
apacheloggerwe are using grub2 since like lucid or so?19:09
ulyssessince karmic, no?19:09
shadeslayerapachelogger: not true grub 219:09
shadeslayerits grub 1.9.something19:09
apacheloggeroh mama19:10
shadeslayerlike... beta releases19:10
shadeslayer!info grub219:10
ubottugrub2 (source: grub2): GRand Unified Bootloader, version 2 (dummy package). In component universe, is extra. Version 1.98-1ubuntu7 (lucid), package size 2 kB, installed size 308 kB (Only available for i386 kfreebsd-i386 hurd-i386 kopensolaris-i386 amd64 kfreebsd-amd64 lpia powerpc sparc mipsel)19:10
shadeslayer1.98 see 19:10
apacheloggernow like there is any difference if we are using $WHATEVERRCS rev 300 or 30219:10
ubottuhttp://websvn.kde.org/trunk/?rev=300&view=rev | svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk -r 300 | More updates. Removed files not use anymore.19:10
apacheloggerubottu: you be silent you stupid thing19:11
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)19:11
apacheloggersee... :P19:11
shadeslayerubottu: there there19:12
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about there there19:12
apacheloggeryou got to be kidding me19:12
apacheloggerwhat sorta english are they talking in florida?19:13
shadeslayerthe normal kind? :D19:13
apacheloggeryeah, sure, like any one on the island of america is capable of speaking normal english :P19:14
ulyssesI found a bug on the webpage, in http://www.kubuntu.org/news/kde-sc-4.5.219:39
ulyssesppa:kubuntu-ppa should be ppa:kubuntu-ppa/ppa19:39
shadeslayerRiddell: ^19:42
dasKreechulysses: thanks19:43
shadeslayernow why didnt i see that before19:43
* apachelogger makes a spooky face19:57
shadeslayerfinally im done with koffice, install files need sorting, but ill do that tmmrw20:12
shadeslayeri need to make a script to do that20:12
apacheloggershadeslayer: as long as you do not use no dark powers in the creation process...20:20
=== gp is now known as gp[8]
dasKreechDoes anyone know if the Systray calendar syncs with your country?22:31
CIA-116[libqapt] jmthomas * 1183297 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/libqapt/src/ (backend.h cache.h package.h) apidox++22:49
CIA-116[libqapt] jmthomas * 1183300 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/libqapt/src/backend.cpp QHash is more efficient, and we don't need guaranteed position of our hash elements22:52
CIA-116[libqapt] jmthomas * 1183303 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/libqapt/src/package.cpp Avoid casts from ascii22:53
JontheEchidnaboo @ internet outages @school22:53
dasKreechhi JontheEchidna22:57
CIA-116[libqapt] jmthomas * 1183310 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/libqapt/src/package.cpp Less ascii casting23:15
JontheEchidnaI can change the default implementation of QApt::Package::name() to return a QLatin1String, since the QString constructor accepts a QLatin1String as an argument23:18
JontheEchidnasince symbols for functions don't reflect return type23:19
JontheEchidnahmm, technically that compiles, but it doesn't really work. :P23:23
JontheEchidnaI get that square thingie that happens when there isn't a glyph for a certain symbol23:23
JontheEchidnaOh, duh. Because it only accepts QLatin1String as a QString constructor value at compile time, but at runtime it expects the QString data structure23:25
dasKreechwill Fluffy be getting a new release?23:26
Riddellshadeslayer: did KOffice get anywhere?  upstream released23:53
valorieany fix for the youtube problem on upgrade?23:57
valorieI thought the KDE 4.5.2 upgrade might help, but nope23:57
valoriestill silent and double-speed23:57
Riddellwork out what you and jussi have in common?  I haven't heard the problem from anyone else23:58
valorieI guess that's good for everyone else23:58

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