penguin42Can someone have a serious word with the wiki server; I keep getting internal errors from it when saving00:00
greg-gjcastro: heya, I just got 3 emails from LP about the auto-expirey setting for some projects I set up in LP so I could do upstream bug links. What do you suggest I do?00:37
greg-gbdmurray: ^^ same question for you00:37
greg-geither set the auto-expirey on or keep it off00:38
jcastroI dunno, I got a ton of them and haven't read them00:38
greg-gThey all say the same thing except the <project name> is different :)00:38
bdmurraygreg-g: do nothing00:39
rusiviI got one for realplayerforlinux and I'm not even maintainer, I just created it.00:48
rusiviSo I could upstream to real tracker.00:48
greg-gbdmurray: thanks buddy00:58
greg-gjcastro:  <  bdmurray> greg-g: do nothing00:58
hggdhheh. yahoo.com is now rejecting email from LP "due to user complaints". I could not care less...01:52
penguin42I guess they have people to talk to about stuff like that01:53
hggdhthey do. But the only possible complainants are those that requested email from LP in the first place01:55
penguin42yeh but given tehy'll be yahoo users now validly missing stuff their abuse system will need to sort it out; I'm sure they have mechanisms for dealing with it01:55
hggdhI will wait and see01:56
hggdhok. time for a reboot to see if my issue on init's mounted-tmp is bypassed01:57
hggdhOK, I got it -- the init script mouted-tmp uses find, -- so /usr must be mounted for it to work02:52
hggdh(5 reboots and one rescue later)02:52
hggdhnow, for a bug...02:52
RedSingularityhggdh you here?03:33
micahgRedSingularity: can I help with something?03:35
RedSingularityYeah i have a bug that has been untouched by the user for a few months.  What should i mark it as?  I dont think he is coming back.03:36
micahgRedSingularity: bug #?03:36
RedSingularitybug 52247503:36
ubot2Launchpad bug 522475 in firefox-3.5 (Ubuntu) "No display images in standart java module (affects: 1) (heat: 13)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/52247503:36
micahgRedSingularity: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Responses#Incomplete%20bugs%20without%20a%20response%20from%20submitter03:39
RedSingularitymicahg thanks a lot :)03:40
micahgRedSingularity: np03:42
RedSingularitymicahg Should we ask to have the importance level of something set on a bug we are working on?04:10
micahghggdh: pfui?04:10
hggdhmicahg: two shots of wisky do not help life04:11
micahgRedSingularity: you can, the only time you *have* to is if it's urgent or it's being set to triaged04:11
micahghggdh: heh04:11
hggdhRedSingularity: we should always try to get the importance of a bug as soon as possible04:11
* micahg sits corrected :)04:12
RedSingularityOh ok,  I will start looking though mine then.04:12
hggdhthe point is we can always change the importance, but this sets the expectations04:17
kklimondagood morning04:18
RedSingularitygood evening here :)04:18
kklimondayeah, the joys of diverse community - it's always an evening for someone :)04:19
RedSingularityAlmost morning though.....2320 here04:20
kklimondaheh, 052004:21
kklimondano idea why have I woken up so early..04:21
RedSingularityWow your and early bird!04:21
kklimondawell, not really but I did went to sleep before midnight so that's probably the reason.04:22
hggdhand I have not gotten to bed yet...04:31
micahgkklimonda: you're not MOTU are you04:33
kklimondamicahg: no :/04:33
chelzis there a list somewhere of blocking bugs for maverick?04:34
kklimondamicahg: any particular reason for asking?04:34
micahgkklimonda: I need a sponsor in a bout an hour04:34
micahgchelz: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+milestone/ubuntu-10.1004:35
kklimondamicahg: just ask on #-motu and someone will show up as always :)04:36
micahgkklimonda: I know :)04:36
micahgjust always good to plan ahhead04:36
kklimondamicahg: btw, why have some "random" firefox extensions survived the cleansing?04:37
micahgkklimonda: either very popular or arch specific04:37
kklimondamicahg: and why isn't livehttpheaders one of them? ;)04:38
micahgkklimonda: bdrung promised to maintain it :)04:38
chelzmicahg: thanks. i do remember seeing something like that. are all the bugs really going to be fixed? i mean, do any bugs get relabeled to make the ship date?04:38
micahgoh, its gone04:38
micahgnm then...04:38
* micahg checks04:39
kklimondayeah, it got removed because there was no version compatible with 2.6.x04:39
micahgchelz: some times, what are you looking for04:39
micahgkklimonda: ah, yes :), that's teh reason04:39
micahgkklimonda: and it's arch all04:41
hggdhchelz: you can search for high/critical bugs, either nominated to maverick, or targeted to 10.1004:41
chelzmicahg: oh, just curious. i was mostly looking for a good barometer of whether or not a release date is likely to be hit and i think the milestone bug list is satisfactory04:41
kklimondamicahg: it's a problem?04:41
micahgchelz: we almost always hit the release date04:41
micahgkklimonda: no04:41
hggdhchelz: so far we seem to be on track04:41
chelzhggdh: is there an easy way to search for bugs that were targeted to 10.10 but aren't any longer?04:41
micahgkklimonda: just no reason to add it back04:41
hggdhchelz: not really. If the target was dropped, there is no way to find it04:42
kklimondamicahg: because it can be easily installed from addons.mozilla.org ?04:42
micahgkklimonda: right04:42
chelzdoes launchpad.net get faster if you make an account?04:43
hggdhheh. No, it will still be the same04:43
kklimondathat actually makes sense - especially in the light of our discussion on u-d about how to change the way we distribute software.04:43
kklimondachelz: you have to be a member of a secret group for LP to get faster.. unfortunately no one is :/04:43
kklimondabut there are rumors that LP admins are using it and that's why they don't care LP is so slow for anybody alse.04:44
hggdhoh, nasty, nasty :-)04:44
kklimondaeverbody else even.04:45
kklimondaI still prefer slow LP to other BTS though.04:45
chelzis the speed of lp seen as a problem? as in, are things being done or at least planned to be done to fix it?04:45
micahgchelz: yes04:45
chelzmicahg: any kind of blueprint or something? or just mailinglist stuff?04:46
micahgchelz: the LP team doesn't use blueprints, they use bugs, IRC, and their ML04:48
chelzare there separate bugs for launchpad.net versus the launchpad code?04:49
hggdhchelz: yes, the LP performance *is* seen as problem, and it is being looked at by LP developers04:49
micahgchelz: launchpad.net is the launchpad code04:49
chelzmicahg: well the launchpad.net site being slow i would guess isn't necessarily a fault of the code. i'm sure it's been suggested, but if more hardware would speed things up, i say go for it04:50
micahgchelz: you sponsoring?04:51
hggdhchelz: it is already a series of machines...04:51
hggdhmicahg: good question!04:51
chelzmicahg: of course, with my *full* moral support04:51
chelzgood feelings emanating from me right now like none other04:52
hggdhbut they are looking at it... one of the things to keep in mind is the massive database(s) size(s)04:52
micahgchelz: while, that's greatly appreciated, I"m not sure how many super servers can be acquired with that :)04:52
chelzah, well. at least it's being talked about i guess04:53
chelzthat's good04:53
hggdhchelz: not only talked about, but actively pursued...04:56
* hggdh hits the bed now05:05
RedSingularityI have a few bugs that need an importance level set.  Can anyone in here help me?05:17
AbhiJitRedSingularity, paste the bug address here. if anyone free then they wl have a look05:19
RedSingularityThe following bugs need a "Low" level set.  bug 52247505:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 522475 in firefox-3.5 (Ubuntu) "No display images in standart java module (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/52247505:20
RedSingularitybug 65472605:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 654726 in firefox (Ubuntu) "flashplayer plugin is stopping sound (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65472605:20
RedSingularitybug 65489805:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 654898 in apport (Ubuntu) "apport-collect requires firefox closure (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65489805:20
RedSingularitybug 65491605:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 654916 in gnome-panel (Ubuntu) "Gnome Panel Painting Incorrectly (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65491605:20
micahgRedSingularity: why is 522475 Low?05:20
RedSingularitybug 65495405:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 654954 in ibus (Ubuntu) "[iBus] "Do you want to start it now ?" message displayed twice (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65495405:20
RedSingularitybug 65540505:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 655405 in evolution (Ubuntu) "evolution calendar-, task- and notivication-lists crashes by opening (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65540505:20
micahgRedSingularity: same with 65472605:21
RedSingularitymicahg: It is really no threat whatsoever.  Is it?05:21
micahgRedSingularity: have you read the !importance criteria?05:21
* micahg wonders where ubot2 is05:22
micahg!importance | RedSingularity05:22
ubot2RedSingularity: You can learn about setting bug importance at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Importance05:22
RedSingularityLet me see.....standby05:22
RedSingularitymicahg: I am going to bookmark that thanks.  But they seem to be a "low" status looking at the criteria dont they?  I mean they are nothing major.05:24
micahgRedSingularity: no sound in flash would at least be medium, no display image would also qualify as Medium IMHO05:26
RedSingularitymicahg:  Hmmmm i guess your right now that I am thinking about it.  Can you mark them accordingly for me?05:28
cwilluHeh, ending a filename with a tilde makes it disappear from nautilus' sftp view, but not on a local filesystem in nautilus, nor in ~/.gvfs/sftp on whatever/ from a terminal05:29
micahgRedSingularity: why are you suggesting Lucid workarounds for Maverick?05:29
RedSingularityWhich one?05:29
micahgRedSingularity: 65472605:29
RedSingularityOh i think that it may just be a corruption in his current alsa config.  I think if he reinstalls or upgrades it may fix it.05:30
micahgRedSingularity: well, you should ask the user to clarify 1.  If the user is on Maverick or Lucid since the user mentions Lucid and apport said maverick, 2.  Whether or not it's reproducible w/Firefox, 3.  Whether or not it's reproducible with another browser (Epiphany, rekonq, midori)05:32
RedSingularitymicahg:  Indeed, i will do so now.  Thanks for the suggestion :)05:33
RedSingularitymicahg:  No way to edit or delete my last comment on launchpad?05:34
RedSingularitymicahg:  bug 654916 seems to qualify for "low"05:51
ubot2Launchpad bug 654916 in gnome-panel (Ubuntu) "Gnome Panel Painting Incorrectly (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65491605:51
RedSingularityIs there a way to clear the "apport-collect" validation?  I want to bes asked to validate next time i run apport-collect.07:08
RedSingularityTypo---- I want to *be*07:09
bullgard4The applet »Disk Mounter« does not re-appear after suspending and resuming if I have left an USB thumb drive. Where to report this bug in Launchpad? To associate my report to what package?07:14
bullgard4The applet »Disk Mounter« does not re-appear after suspending and resuming if I have left on an USB thumb drive. Where to report this bug in Launchpad? To associate my report to what package?07:15
micahgbullgard4: where did you get the applet?07:15
bullgard4micahg: This applet usually appears when I plug in my external USB hdd.07:16
micahgbullgard4: UBuntu?07:17
micahgGNOME I mean?07:17
bullgard4of course07:17
bullgard4Yes, I am using GNOME.07:17
micahgbullgard4: idk...07:22
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seb128jibel, hey13:42
seb128jibel, will you fix that deskbar-applet, tracker bug or did you just triage it?13:42
jibelseb128, I just triaged. Feel free to fix it.13:43
seb128jibel, ok, trying to find somebody in #ubuntu-desktop interested13:44
jibelseb128, great, thank you. I continue reviewing the upgrade failures.13:45
seb128thanks for your work on that13:45
seb128I hate those bugs, they are most of time assigned to the wrong components13:45
seb128quite some of those are either corruption or one of the postinst commands crashing without details13:46
algnodhi, I have confirmed https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/evolution/+bug/655579 can anyone set this to triaged, thank you14:05
ubot2Launchpad bug 655579 in evolution (Ubuntu) "Evolution Calendar Window Jump! (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Confirmed]14:05
pedro_algnod, looking14:05
pedro_algnod, looks like the 'evolution calendar window too big to fit a x600 resolution"14:06
pedro_algnod, which resolution are you using there?14:06
SulumarI Just wanted to introduce myself as said on the wiki page14:07
algnodpedro_ would have to check dont have it right now14:07
pedro_algnod, ok , could you please do it later and comment on the report?14:08
pedro_hello Sulumar!14:08
Sulumarim searching ways to help Ubuntu and found you on the way14:10
Sulumarso where to start ??14:11
pedro_Sulumar, if you want to help by triaging bug reports you can start by reading our documentation available at: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/HowToTriage/14:12
pedro_Sulumar, and check our list of easy tasks which is at : https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/EasyTasks/14:12
pedro_and if you want to you can also request a mentor to help you14:12
Sulumarthx reading14:13
pedro_you're welcome, if you have any question just ask here in the channel14:13
Gigacorehey Sulumar, welcome14:13
jibelseb128, bug 633370, I've seen a few of those but the most recent is from 2010-09-0814:17
ubot2Launchpad bug 633370 in gconf (Ubuntu) "package gconf2 2.31.91-0ubuntu3 failed to install/upgrade: No such file or directory: '/usr/share/gconf/defaults/20-edubuntu' (affects: 6) (dups: 7) (heat: 62)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63337014:17
seb128no clue about that, it's weird14:17
seb128the gconf-register command just go through the files in the dir14:18
seb128it would mean something remove the files while the command is running14:18
seb128dunno how that could happen though14:18
jibelit only affects maverick.14:20
SulumarSorry to bother you but i cant change the Lpocal time in my Ubuntu Wiki Profile any idea why15:05
hggdhSulumar: on the right side, top, click on User Preferences15:17
Sulumarthe Drop down menu is grey15:18
Sulumarso no chance but ill set it in Launchpad15:18
mortalwhy are the xorg packages pinned on i386?16:27
AbhiJitthis user says that this bug no longer exits in his system.16:47
ubot2Launchpad bug 654424 in gdm (Ubuntu) "Login screen is stretched in widescreens (affects: 2) (heat: 12)" [Low,Incomplete]16:47
AbhiJitshould i mark it as invalid?16:47
pedro_AbhiJit, yes please16:48
AbhiJitpedro_, ok16:48
pedro_AbhiJit, make sure to comment on it on why you're closing it16:48
pedro_thanks AbhiJit16:48
AbhiJitpedro_, ok16:48
AbhiJitpedro_, just to confirm - invalid=closing of bug? right?16:49
pedro_AbhiJit, yes16:49
AbhiJitpedro_, ok :)16:49
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AbhiJitGigacore, hey u thr?17:33
GigacoreAbhiJit: yes17:34
AbhiJitGigacore, may i pm you?17:34
GigacoreAbhiJit: sure17:34
charlie-tcaA helpful reminder: QA meeting in 15 minutes in #ubuntu-quality17:45
pedro_thanks charlie-tca17:46
charlie-tcano problem17:46
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njinpedro_: launching ?19:55
pedro_njin, no :-P19:55
bcurtiswx_pedro_, the reason i put myself as chair for next meeting was because i didn't know if there was one set last meeting.  Was there?20:00
pedro_bcurtiswx_, i don't think we choose one at the previous, no20:00
bcurtiswx_pedro_, OK, good.  Thx.20:01
pedro_bcurtiswx_, if you're going to be around at that time you can chair it ;-)20:01
pedro_hggdh, ^20:01
bcurtiswx_i have had myself on the wiki as chair for a while already :P20:01
pedro_bcurtiswx_, i tend to chair those but i'm not going to be around next Tuesday because it's a national holiday here so i asked hggdh for help on that20:02
hggdhthen bcurtiswx_ it is, by acclamation20:02
pedro_bcurtiswx_, thanks for offering ;-))20:02
bcurtiswx_hggdh probably just breathed a sigh of relief20:02
hggdhpedro_: I am going to approve JamesPage for -control -- ok with you?20:03
pedro_hggdh, yeap!20:04
RedSingularityHey everyone20:21
RedSingularityI have a bug that the person can reproduce at will but I am not sure how I can try to do it on my machine since it involves the apport-collect command which will send data automatically to launchpad.  Have a look?  bug 65489820:24
ubot2Launchpad bug 654898 in apport (Ubuntu) "apport-collect requires firefox closure (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65489820:24
micahgRedSingularity: yofel was supposed to take care of that bug :)20:24
micahgRedSingularity: basically apport-collect shouldn't be run as sudo so that firefox isn't run as sudo20:24
micahgRedSingularity: but it's a little more complicated20:25
RedSingularitySo should I tell him that the bug is going to be passed to yofel?20:25
micahgRedSingularity: you can just let yofel answer it, if he's around :020:26
* micahg is amazed that people pick some of the hardest bugs as their first few...20:26
RedSingularitymicahg:  lol20:27
RedSingularitymicahg: Alright i guess i can un-subscribe??20:27
hggdhRedSingularity: yes, you can -- or keep on and there is a good chance of learning something new20:28
micahgRedSingularity: up to you if you want to follow, what hggdh said :)20:28
RedSingularityOk i will keep an eye on it.  Thanks :)20:29
RedSingularityRebooting computer........20:54
njinpedro_: sorry, conn. problem, can you take a look if i link  ok?  https://bugs.launchpad.net/gnome-shell/+bug/65508220:56
ubot2Launchpad bug 655082 in gnome-shell (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "[Gnome3]gnome-shell hangs when switching back from another tty (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New]20:56
pedro_njin, sure20:57
pedro_njin, you might want to ask for the version of gnome shell the reporter is using and update the upstream report20:58
njinpedro_. ok thanks again20:58
pedro_njin, set the bug to confirmed if you send it upstream or triaged if you have the rights20:58
njinpedro_: i don't have the right20:59
pedro_njin, confirmed then and i mark it as triaged for you later20:59
njinok, thanks21:00
pedro_you're welcome21:00
njinpedro_: done, when reporter reply i ping you to triage it, now i disconnect to testing oem, good night, see you tomorrow21:05
pedro_njin, good night! see you :-)21:05
micahgRedSingularity: that's the annouce channel, I shouldn't have asked the question in there21:23
RedSingularitymicahg:  I was wondering why we were in there......21:24
yofelmicahg, RedSingularity: actually I wanted to talk to pitti first how that's supposed to work, I just didn't get to it yet, I skimmed the code a bit and open_url() does have some sudo handling21:24
micahgyofel: right, i remember21:24
yofelactually, running 'sudo ubuntu-bug bash' properly opens a new tab in my already open firefox window here..21:25
micahgyofel: that's good at least21:25
yofelright, using the command apport uses for KDE by hand works fine, so it's probably something with the gnome way to open the browser21:32
yofelhm, for gnome it tries to get the command from gconf /desktop/gnome/url-handlers/http/command which results in something like 'sudo -H -u \#1000 firefox -new-window http://launchpad.net' here, but that works fine21:45
njinhello, i've to report a bug with the missed icon of software sources in ubuntu 20101006.2, but if I launch ubuntu-bug software-sources-properties, it tell me that this is not a genuine package21:46
njinI've tried to laiunch software-properties, but won't go21:47
njindon't exist21:47
yofelnjin: it's either software-properties-gtk or -kde21:48
charlie-tcabut hasn't software sources been intentionally removed from the defaults now?21:49
* micahg thought it was integrated in software center21:49
njini don't know21:49
yofelcharlie-tca: it's removed from the menu, but still installed21:49
yofel(and accessible by software-center / synaptic)21:49
njinok found it , thanks guys21:52
dyfetI believe bug #635764 can now be marked as triaged21:55
ubot2Launchpad bug 635764 in plt-scheme (Ubuntu) "PLT Scheme is now Racket (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63576421:55
njinanother problem, during instal i select italian lang, but i have by default the main server and there i cannot found my lang ack21:56
njinthey are only in italian serever21:57
njinyofel: sorry if disturb ^^21:57
yofelhuh, the mirrors shouldn't be any different from the main server, so that shouldn't happen21:58
hggdhthe lang packs should be in main also22:01
hggdh(at least mine are -- English, French, and Portuguese)22:02
yofeldyfet: is it really a rename? I found debian bug 592688 - but that's about creating a completely new package22:05
ubot2Debian bug 592688 in plt-scheme "RFP: racket -- Racket is a programming language" [Wishlist,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/59268822:05
dyfetIs it? I thought it was a rename/fork...22:05
dyfetyofel: http://racket-lang.org/new-name.html22:09
yofelright, I'm just reading it22:09
dyfetSo as noted I think the bug is ultimately correct, just premature :)22:09
RedSingularityI have just confirmed a bug.  Can anyone here help me?22:13
yofelright, seems like a rename, should be done in debian though. I'm not sure if we can just link that packaging bug..22:14
yofelRedSingularity: just ask22:14
RedSingularityIt seems to have a High importance rating as well.22:14
dyfetThats what I said, has to happen in Debian first...I think it's clear what needs to be done, so thats why I am suggesting it can be marked triaged22:14
RedSingularityyofel: bug 65595122:15
ubot2Launchpad bug 655951 in xfce4-terminal (Ubuntu) "TERM environment variable not set (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65595122:15
yofeldyfet: right, but for the bug to be marked triaged, there should be a reference to a debian bug that takes care of that22:15
micahgRedSingularity: why high?22:16
micahgRedSingularity: is it a regression?22:16
dyfetThe closest is debian 592688, but that bug is wrong in debian, it should be noted as a rename of the existing plt-scheme there too :)22:16
ubot2Debian bug 592688 in plt-scheme "RFP: racket -- Racket is a programming language" [Wishlist,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/59268822:16
RedSingularitymicahg:  It effects all the installations of Xubuntu 10.10 64 bit22:16
micahgRedSingularity: of which how many people use xfce4-terminal?22:16
charlie-tcaRedSingularity: that is a duplicate22:17
micahgRedSingularity: just because a bug exists, doesn't mean it's high priority22:17
micahgcharlie-tca: even better :)22:17
RedSingularityWhere is the duplicate?22:17
charlie-tcaI'm looking22:19
charlie-tcaI don't the number off the top of my head, but I do know it is a duplicate. It gets filed every couple of days22:19
dyfetyofel: it matches with debian bug 59361422:19
ubot2Debian bug 593614 in plt-scheme "Request: upgrade PLT Scheme to Racket" [Wishlist,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/59361422:19
RedSingularitycharlie-tca:  So if I mark it as a duplicate will it ask me to link it to the other bug?22:20
charlie-tcayou need some patience22:20
charlie-tcatry bug 62192722:20
ubot2Launchpad bug 621927 in xfce4-terminal (Ubuntu) (and 8 other projects) "Embedded Terminal Emulator isn't giving a TERM variable (affects: 68) (dups: 16) (heat: 364)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62192722:21
yofeldyfet: which was marked as a dup of the other one, ok, link the RFP bug and I'll set it triaged22:21
RedSingularitycharlie-tca:  In bug 621927 there are many packages it effects.  Should I mark the package xfce-terminal as confirmed?  Thats the one i tested.22:23
ubot2Launchpad bug 621927 in xfce4-terminal (Ubuntu) (and 8 other projects) "Embedded Terminal Emulator isn't giving a TERM variable (affects: 68) (dups: 16) (heat: 364)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62192722:23
charlie-tcaJust mark the new bug as a duplicate of 62192722:23
dyfetlinked to upstream bug22:23
charlie-tcaand write that master bug number down, since it will be reported again tomorrow22:24
yofeldyfet: done22:25
RedSingularitycharlie-tca:  How did you go about searching for a duplicate?22:25
charlie-tcaI follow all the bugs concerning Xubuntu and Xfce, I already knew about it22:26
rusiviRegarding bug 605141 I just tested in newest WINE 1.3.4 no downloading hanging. Looks fixed.22:26
ubot2Launchpad bug 605141 in wine1.2 (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "iTunes downloading hangs in Wine (affects: 1) (heat: 47)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/60514122:26
micahgRedSingularity: first thing to do is check the bugs in the same source22:26
charlie-tcaI have a listing on my computer here with all the bugs I am tracking22:26
micahgrusivi: ok, but what about in the maverick version?22:26
rusiviin Maverick22:27
micahgrusivi: 1.3.4 isn't in maverick22:27
rusiviIt is for me22:27
micahgrusivi: you know what I mean22:27
charlie-tcaRedSingularity: but, to find it, you could do a launchpad bug search for "TERM missing"22:27
rusiviyes I do.22:27
micahgif you can confirm in maverick verison we can mark triaged and you can add a note that it's fixes in 1.3.422:27
rusiviI'll make a note of my findings in the bug. Would you also like me to mark as New?22:28
micahgrusivi: if you can confirm in 1.2 in maverick, then I'll mark it triaged22:29
RedSingularitycharlie-tca:  Why am i getting so few bugs under xfce4-terminal?  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-terminal22:30
charlie-tcabecause there are very few against that package.22:30
RedSingularitycharlie-tca but the one i found is against that package and even that is not listed there.....22:31
charlie-tcaXubuntu is much smaller than Ubuntu22:31
charlie-tcayes it is listed. The last bug shown in the list22:32
charlie-tcaThe new one isn't shown22:32
RedSingularitycharlie-tca:  Should i make a note that I confirmed it in xfce4-terminal?22:33
charlie-tcaYou can if you want, but it is not needed. There are plenty of duplicates there, and that bug is already kind of a mess22:35
charlie-tcaWe don't know for sure where the bug really is, since it affects do many packages22:35
hggdhcharlie-tca: there is no option to reinstall GRUB on the rescue anymore?22:36
charlie-tcathere isn't?22:36
hggdhnot on the server install, at least (64bits)...22:36
hggdhand I do not remember hearing it would be taken out22:37
charlie-tcathere is no option to run fsck, I thought grub was still there, though22:37
charlie-tcaThat is on the recovery menu, right?22:37
hggdhon the rescue option for an install22:37
charlie-tcaI have a fresh Ubuntu install, let me look22:38
charlie-tcarescue, not recovery, huh/22:38
charlie-tcalooking at the ubuntu alternate image22:40
hggdhas far as I can remember (which is not really _that_ far), it would be under rescue a broken system22:41
charlie-tcaUbuntu alternate "Rescue a broken system" has "Reinstall GRUB boot loader22:42
charlie-tcaMaybe it got left off the server image, by mistake.22:43
charlie-tcahggdh: we seem to have the GRUB on both images, 32 and 64 bit22:47
hggdhthis is really weird22:58
hggdhI will try now the 32bit image22:59
charlie-tcaSomebody trimmed one package or option too many?23:02
hggdhI think it is a chance, or someone decided to drop it from the server23:02
hggdhno, neither in i38623:02
charlie-tcaSeems like a bad change23:03
slinkerI have four bugs that I think are ready to be triaged, can I paste the links that I confirmed?23:03
slinkerto the pages I confirmed*23:03
charlie-tcaGive bug followed by number, and the importance they should be set to23:07
slinkerFirefox "help->release notes" gives ubuntu notes not firefox notes #642415 low23:17
micahgslinker: duplicate23:17
slinker2nd or later attempts at sending gmail password fail #642475 low23:18
slinkerI'll find it23:18
micahgbug 27460523:18
ubot2Launchpad bug 274605 in ubufox (Ubuntu Jaunty) (and 2 other projects) "Firefox release notes show Ubuntu release notes (affects: 14) (dups: 6) (heat: 35)" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27460523:18
charlie-tcastill valid23:18
slinkerthank you23:19
charlie-tcabut I thought it was wishlist already23:19
charlie-tcaMy mistake, it is low already23:19
charlie-tcathe jaunty task will be invalid the end of the month23:20
micahgcharlie-tca: Launchpad should take care of those23:20
BUGabundoguud evening everyone23:20
charlie-tcamicahg: is that a new thing? It never did before23:21
micahgcharlie-tca: hmm, I thought it did it for the intrepid tasks23:21
slinkerSoftware Center does not have scrollbar for 'In progress' view #642299 medium23:21
charlie-tcaI might be wrong, but I thought we went through them and marked them23:21
slinkershit :\23:22
micahg!ohmy | slinker23:22
ubot2slinker: Please remember that all Ubuntu IRC channels share the same attitude of providing friendly and polite interaction with all users of all ages and cultures. Basically, this means no foul language and no abuse towards others.23:22
charlie-tcabug 64229923:22
ubot2Launchpad bug 642299 in software-center (Ubuntu) "Software Center does not have scrollbar for 'In progress' view (affects: 1) (heat: 203)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64229923:22
slinkeroh, sorry23:22
charlie-tcaIt has a spinner now, doesn't it?23:22
slinkeryou can't scroll down through the list23:23
slinkerNo padding between image and text in search/result dialog #641184 low23:23
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micahgslinker: you can just do: bug XXXXXX importance23:24
charlie-tcadone 64229923:25
slinkerbug 642299 low23:26
ubot2Launchpad bug 642299 in software-center (Ubuntu) "Software Center does not have scrollbar for 'In progress' view (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64229923:26
slinkerbug 641184 low23:26
ubot2Launchpad bug 641184 in rhythmbox-ubuntuone-music-store (Ubuntu) "No padding between image and text in search/result dialog (affects: 1) (heat: 182)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64118423:26
slinkerthanks :)23:26
charlie-tcaI don't touch ubuntuone anything.23:26
slinkerbug 642475 low23:28
ubot2Launchpad bug 642475 in evolution (Ubuntu) "2nd or later attempts at sending gmail password fail (affects: 1) (heat: 203)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64247523:28
charlie-tcaum, Is that evolution error coming from evolution or GMail?23:29
charlie-tcaIf gmail is giving the error back to evolution, google is going to have to fix it23:30
charlie-tcamicahg: do you work with evolution?23:31
micahgcharlie-tca: no, just Thunderbird, but hggdh is known to have dabbled in it23:32
charlie-tcaMine is Claws-mail.23:32
charlie-tcahggdh: evolution bug?23:32
hggdhI just updated the bug with a request for a debug log23:50
hggdhit does sound like a bug, but the second poster gives what seems a different scenario23:51
hggdh(and I also use claws-mail nowadays)23:55
charlie-tcaOh! I haven't used evolution since ...23:56
charlie-tcawell, anyway, since I installed claws-mail23:56

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