ari-tczew+1 micahg00:00
micahgari-tczew: we have the same issue when people run firefox with sudo00:00
bdrungari-tczew: file a bug if it happen again00:00
ari-tczewmicahg: lol why firefox with sudo? Someone must be pretty boted.00:00
ari-tczewbdrung: happen what?00:01
micahgari-tczew: some people think you need to run everything with sudo00:01
bdrungari-tczew: if pbuilder-dist fails due to file permissions00:01
ari-tczewmicahg: the same sentence I heard from kadu upstream developers.00:01
bdrungmicahg: the new pbuilder-dist should even work with sudo (and then use /root/pbuilder)00:02
ari-tczewbdrung: well, I think that I can file a bug right now because I'm not planning again reintroduce natty chroot.00:02
bdrungari-tczew: your bug could be triggered by and older version of pbuilder called with sudo (which should be fixed now).00:03
ari-tczewbdrung: IMO everyone who is upgrading from old pbuilder is affected by this bug00:04
bdrungari-tczew: really?00:04
* micahg doesn't use the current pbuider-dist w/sudo but is prompted for password00:04
ari-tczewbdrung: I use pbuilder-dist since lucid.00:04
bdrungari-tczew: but did you run pbuilder-dist with sudo?00:05
ari-tczewnow sudo has been changed and you adjusted pbuilder-dist. everyone will have to change permissions00:05
ari-tczewbdrung: already not. but before run pbuilder-dist I had to do: $ sudo chown ari -R ~/pbuilder00:06
* micahg thought one of the benefits of pbuilder-dist was not having to run w/sudo00:06
bdrungari-tczew: i am not a pbuilder-dist user, but it looks like it was never meant to run with sudo00:06
ari-tczewmicahg: and store files in friendly ~/ directory, where you can write access ;)00:07
bdrungari-tczew: you can file a bug if you can provide steps to reproduce the problem00:07
ari-tczewbdrung: ok, but how do you want to fix this case? add a warning about incorrect permissions?00:08
bdrungari-tczew: wasn't the error message clear enough? if not, then file a bug requesting a better error message.00:11
ari-tczewbdrung: could be added 'Please set permissions for you correctly. Root is already an owner of ~/pbuilder."00:12
bdrung"Root is already an owner of ~/pbuilder."?00:13
ari-tczewbdrung: that's the reason of use chown00:13
bdrungari-tczew: yes, but ~/pbuilder could be owned by someone else00:14
bdrungari-tczew: or ~/pbuilder could be mounted read only00:14
ari-tczewbdrung: then pbuilder-dist created it r-o. I'm the only user of Ubuntu, so who can be an owner of ~/pbuilder? root :)00:16
ari-tczewand chown fixed problem00:16
bdrungari-tczew: yes, that's your case, but the error can be trigger by other reasons like mentioned above00:17
ari-tczewbdrung: what's the conclusion? file a bug or not...00:18
bdrungari-tczew: file a bug or talk to tumbleweed00:19
ari-tczewtumbleweed: around?00:20
blueyedI wonder why this build fails: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/61691370/buildlog_ubuntu-lucid-i386.php5_5.3.5~snap201101060130-0~blueyedppa1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz03:37
blueyederror seems to be: Zend/zend_stream.c:239: error: 'PROT_READ' undeclared (first use in this function)03:37
micahgblueyed: missing a library or header?03:40
blueyedmicahg: maybe, but that's in there unpatched and used in other places. Probably some patch breaks it.. I am basically using a mashup from Debian/Ubuntu and the PHP snapshot.03:46
micahgyou can try asking on #ubuntu-server as they might be more familiar with the code03:47
blueyedPROT_READ gets defined in bits/mman.h, which gets included by sys/mman.h - without the latter, mmap would not be available, too, would it?03:54
blueyedthe include is protected by "if HAVE_SYS_MMAN_H" in Zend/zend_stream.c03:55
blueyed..and I cannot find where this would get defined.03:57
blueyedThere is one "checking for sys/mman.h... no" (and all others "yes"). How can this be? The "no" one also seems to come from the same configure?! (or is this mangled output from parallel builds?)04:02
blueyedWhy does it look like there are two configures running in parallel? Search for "sys/mman" in http://launchpadlibrarian.net/61691370/buildlog_ubuntu-lucid-i386.php5_5.3.5~snap201101060130-0~blueyedppa1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz04:14
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dholbachgood morning06:30
sagacidholbach: are you going to do more ustream tutes06:32
dholbachsagaci, yes, not this week, but definitely some time after that06:33
udienzmicahg, about bug 694413. sorry for delay. i have tested now08:21
ubottuLaunchpad bug 694413 in firestarter (Ubuntu) "[FTBFS] package firestarter 1.0.3-8ubuntu1 in natty" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/69441308:21
dholbachcould anyone imagine giving a dev training session at either 13th Jan, 12:00 UTC  or  20th Jan, 18:00 UTC  or  27th Jan,  0:00 UTC ?09:07
dholbach(if you'd like to move the time, that'd be fine too)09:07
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benstehi, iirc you're the team who care about packaging ?11:01
benstefound a bug - namely a missing dependency of a package11:01
bensteshould i simply use groundcontrol to download and add it ?11:02
ubottuUbuntu bug 698056 in kdeedu (Ubuntu) "parley 2scripts could not be executed - missing dep" [Undecided,New]11:05
benstesomeone here ?11:07
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benstedholbach: is there an easy way fixing a dependency issue ?12:55
ubottuUbuntu bug 698056 in kdeedu (Ubuntu) "parley 2scripts could not be executed - missing dep" [Undecided,New]12:56
dholbachbenste, yes, get the source of the package, edit debian/control and add the dependency12:57
benstewith groundcontrol ?12:58
benstewill give it a try12:58
benstedholbach: ist das normal, das groundcontorl wenn ich fix bug sage - einfach nur meine nautilus navigations sachen disabled ? - oder läd der dann die ganzen source runter ?13:01
dholbachbenste, I have no idea about groundcontrol, sorry13:04
benste:-) kk13:04
benstedholbach: but do you know how big the package source might be ? - looks like it's downloading kdeedu - isntead of parley13:04
dholbachI'd just run   bzr branch lp:ubuntu/kdeedu    or   apt-get source kdeedu   in the terminal13:04
dholbachit might be pretty big13:05
dholbacha lot of packages in the kde world are "bundled" together in one source package13:05
benstedholbach: groundcontrol does use bzr :-) --- is working on 2nd atempt - downloading more than 120 MB till now13:10
benstemore than 320 MB now -- how should someone e.g. in India fix a bug in the package -- the download would take weeks if I wouldn't have VDSL 20 ??13:14
dholbachit indeed is a problem - there are huge source packages and it's made worse by getting history of commits to the source package13:16
dholbachAFAIK the bazaar team has "checkouts with shallow history" on their agenda13:16
geserbenste: which branch are you exactly downloading?13:23
benstegeser: kdeedu - finished with more than 400 MB13:23
benstemaybe the branch is also named13:23
geserbenste: I guess you got the "upstream" branch instead of the "packaging" one13:24
bensteand this is ok or bad ?13:24
benstei just told groundcontrol to fix the bug id ....13:25
geserI don't know how groundcontrol works13:25
benstebtw. there is no src/debian - rememeber it from dholbach s training session, but it's not there13:25
geseryes, because you probably got the upstream source (without the debian/ directory)13:26
benste:-) ok will have to delete it and try it the other way13:26
geseryou need to branch https://code.launchpad.net/~kubuntu-members/kdeedu/ubuntu to get the debian/ directory for kdeedu13:26
benstenot bzr branch lp:ubuntu/kdeedu as dholbach said ?13:27
geserbut I've little expierence with those kind of branches, so I don't know who to use them properly13:27
geserthat should work in theory (if kdeedu would have a such a branch)13:28
geserbut when you look at https://code.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kdeedu you see that there is none13:28
bensteok use "fetch branch" now and got redirected to the code one you set -- let's  hope the new download is not the same size13:29
geserdholbach: do you have expierence with working with "only debian/" kind of branches?13:29
LaneyI believe bzr builddeb supports them13:29
Laney"merge upstream mode" or something13:29
benste-- there is only a deb dir in there is this correct ?13:29
geserif "deb" == "debian" then yes13:29
benstedholbach: the package which i wanted to add as dependency is already in there13:30
benstegeser: dholbach that's kinda strange -- how can i check the deps of the package which i installed ? - maybe it was already updated ?13:33
geserapt-cache show parley13:33
geserbenste: you sure you looked at Depends for parley in debian/control and not Build-Depends?13:33
benstethe package which i needed on install is in debian /control/build-deps13:34
benstedoes i have to add it in the depends section too ??13:34
bensteargh -- there are multiple packages in this file13:35
benstekdeedu build-depends on python-qt413:35
geserBuild-Depends are packages which need to be installed during package building, Depends (for each package stance) are package that need to be installed before that (build) package can get installed13:35
benstegeser:  http://paste.ubuntu.com/551065/13:36
bensteshould i simply add python-qt5?13:37
benstein line 4 with , ?13:37
benstegeser: or better in line 3 ?13:38
benstegeser: dholbach and what does i have to do next when I've added ",python-qt4" in line 3 ?13:39
dholbachbenste, line 3 sounds wrong13:40
geserline 3 and 4 are logically one line (split into two to keep it readable)13:40
dholbachnot Build-Depends13:40
dholbachbut Depends13:40
dholbachBuild-Depends are the packages that need to be installed to build/compile the package13:40
bensteline 3 is Depends13:40
geserdholbach: line 3 in his paste and not debian/control13:40
bensteok saved but how can i commit it ?13:40
bensteto the bug report ?13:40
geserfirst you need to write a fresh changelog entry for it13:41
geserdebian/changelog entry (with dch -i)13:41
dholbachrun: dch -i   (devscripts package), document what you changed, run debcommit, bzr push lp:~<yourlpid>/ubuntu/kdeedu/bugfix-lp-698056, run bzr lp-open (and click on 'propose merge')13:42
Laneytest it?13:43
benstedholbach:  got an error13:44
geserdholbach: does debcommit also the linking to the bug? (bzr commit --fixes lp:698056)13:44
dholbachgeser, if you add "LP: #234567" in the changelog, yes13:44
benstegeser: was in the wrong dir - ignore my pastebin13:45
benstemay i edit the changelog manually ?13:45
bensteand my e-mail adress is wrong in there13:46
geserdholbach: and shouldn't the push go to: lp:~<yourlpid>/kdeedu/ubuntu/bugfix-lp-698056 in this specific case (it's not the autoimported packaging branch)13:46
geserbenste: better use dch to not break the format of debian/changelog13:47
dholbachnot the autoimported packaging branch?13:48
geserno, kdeedu has no autoimported packaging branch (lp:ubuntu/kdeedu)13:48
geserhe uses the lp:~kubuntu-members/kdeedu/ubuntu branch (contains only the debian/ directory)13:49
dholbachoh ok13:49
benstedholbach: dch settings were explained in your packaging session - right ? - they're in the packaging guide ?13:50
bensteneed to change the e-mail adrees - thought it's using the one of my ssh key doesn't it ?13:50
benstedholbach: i can't use dh_make -e mymailadress for that - as i don't have a whole package - how can i change the adress used by dch ?13:51
bensteDEBFULLNAME is set, this will be used for the maintainer full13:52
benste       name; if not, then NAME will be checked.  If the  environment  variable13:52
benste       DEBEMAIL13:52
dholbachdon't use dh_make if there's a packaging (/debian/ directory) in place already13:52
dholbachplease check out the packaging guide13:52
geserexport DEBFULLNAME="Your name"; export DEBEMAIL="your@email"13:53
dholbach(^ put that into .bashrc and 'source .bashrc' or restart your terminal session)13:53
dholbachbenste, you don't neeed to ping me for every question - as you noticed there's a bunch of knowledgable folks in here :)13:54
benstesorry :-)13:54
dholbachdon't worry :)13:54
benstegot an error on debcommit : http://paste.ubuntu.com/551074/14:01
geserdid you tell bzr who you are (your lp login) before branching?14:04
dholbach$ sudo apt-get install bzr bzr-builddeb14:04
dholbach$ bzr whoami "James Westby <james.westby@ubuntu.com>"14:04
dholbach$ bzr launchpad-login james-w14:04
benstedholbach: usually groundcontrol should have done this, but let try it14:07
dholbachas I said - I don't know about groundcontrol14:07
bensteon https://code.launchpad.net/~kubuntu-members/kdeedu/ubuntu they say You cannot upload to this branch. Members of Kubuntu Members can upload to this branch.14:07
dholbachit might be worth talking to doctormo about this14:07
benstealready took a look whether he's only but he's not atm :-)14:07
dholbachthen push to ~benste/kdeedu/fix-69805614:08
benstebzr-builddeb libxdelta2 pbzip2 pristine-tar xdelta14:08
benstewhere not yet installed14:08
geserbenste: that's not a problem as you will push into your "namespace" (lp:~benste) and propose a merge later to get into the ~kubuntu-members branch14:09
bensteargh, after installation debcommit works14:09
geserbenste: the next fix will be easier as you have the tools already installed then :)14:10
bensteat least until it gets to transport - but i'll try commit and push withouht debcommit14:11
benstesame issue as with debcommit ?? - http://paste.ubuntu.com/551077/14:12
dholbachsomething still seems to have a lock on your branch14:13
dholbachI don't know what groundcontrol does tbh14:13
geserI guess you should either convice bzr that it can write now too or (probably easier) refetch the branch14:13
dholbachor no... hm14:13
dholbachI guess groundcontrol did a "bzr checkout ..."14:13
benstemaybe :-)14:14
dholbachin the directory run:  bzr unbind; debcommit14:14
dholbach"checkout" gives you a bound branch where a commit will always be in sync with the remote branch, "unbind" should allow you to do local commits (which you need to push somewhere 'manually' afterwards)14:15
benstebzr: ERROR: To use this feature you must upgrade your branch at bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~kubuntu-members/kdeedu/ubuntu/.14:16
bensteguess it will be easiest to delete this directory and start all new again ?14:17
benstemy change was only one line - so never mind14:17
geserrename it so you don't lose your changes14:17
dholbachcopy the debian directory some other place and use "bzr branch ..."14:17
hakermaniaIs it allowed to make a right-click menu for your program? E.g. to add a option to the AVIs right click menu that says Convert to-> and have a submenu with WMV, MKV etc.... Is it allowed?14:25
benstegeser: debdif worked now but have a new error on pushing http://paste.ubuntu.com/551086/14:26
dholbachbenste, lp:~benste/kdeedu/bugfix-lp-69805614:36
benstedholbach: may i add you as reviewer ?14:40
dholbachusually just proposing the merge should be good enough14:41
benstesorry already suggested the merge with you as reviewer :-)14:42
dholbachI'm not even member of ~kubuntu-members14:43
benstebut i remember you14:43
benstethank you and geser for your help - took a long time but i've fixed my first easy bug now :-)14:43
benste-- when it's accepted - the bug report will be auto updated to fix released ?14:43
dholbachhum, it doesn't look right14:44
dholbach=== added directory 'debian'14:44
dholbach=== added directory '.bzr-builddeb'14:44
dholbachit seems like you copied in the directory14:45
benstei didn't :-(14:45
dholbachand not modified the files that are available there14:45
bensteok let's try it a 3rd time :-)14:46
bensterenaming the dir first again ?14:46
dholbachrequest a review from kubuntu-dev instead of me14:47
bensteI'll do14:47
benstebut doesn't i have to fix this xxxx new lines issue first ?14:47
bensteI've only change one line :-)14:47
dholbachI'm happy to have a look at it, but they're in a much better position to make the final judgement14:47
benste- should i do it again or wait for their feedback ?14:48
dholbachit looks like you copied those directories in14:48
dholbachinstead of just modifiying the changelog and control files14:48
bensteI've used cd ..14:49
bensteand debcommit  later - may this be the reason14:49
benstedebcommit is to be used in /ubuntu or in /debian ?14:50
dholbachI don't know - it probably expects debian/changelog to be there14:51
dholbach... brb14:52
benstei rebranched it now14:52
benstenow commit told me 2 files changed-- that seems to be correct14:54
benstemay i push to the same branch ?14:54
bensteThese branches have diverged14:54
benstegot this errro message14:54
Laneybzr push --force I believe14:55
Laneyor make a new branch14:55
benstelaney thanks created a new one14:58
benstedholbach: I don't know what I doing wrong - same result on the 2nd try - branched - changed - added changelog - debcommit - push but more than 1000 lines changed ??15:04
dholbachcan you pastebin the contents of the directory?15:05
dholbachjust run "ls" in ubuntu/15:05
dholbachvery weird15:06
dholbachthis is because the way ~kubuntu-members/kdeedu/ubuntu is used confuses launchpad15:08
dholbach~kubuntu-members/kdeedu/ubuntu just contains packaging15:08
dholbachlp:kdeedu is an upstream code import15:08
dholbachbenste, explicitly propose the merge into ~kubuntu-members/kdeedu/ubuntu15:08
bensteweird thing :-)15:08
benstedholbach: changed https://code.launchpad.net/~benste/kdeedu/bugfix-lp-698056_b/+merge/45390 - the diff will be shown in a few minutes or ?15:10
dholbachreload the page15:10
dholbachit looks much better now15:10
benste:-) thanks for your help15:10
dholbachI'd change a few small things:15:10
benstehope parley will stay the only kde app that I have to use :-)15:11
benste-- which things ?15:11
dholbach - change "control - fix lp:698056" to "debian/control: add python-qt4 dependency for parley (LP: 698056)"15:11
dholbach - change "maverick" to "natty"15:11
benstedo you do it ?15:11
dholbach - change "benste" to your real name15:11
dholbachapart from that: good work15:12
dholbachI don't know about the kubuntu team's plans with it regarding the version number, so just leave it as it is15:12
benstemaverick → natty - in the bug report ???15:13
bensteand name in bashrc ?15:13
dholbachin debian/changelog15:14
dholbachand in .bashrc too15:14
bensteif i change the changelog i have to commit again and create a new branch again ?15:14
dholbachnot a new branch15:15
dholbachjust change debian/changelog, commit using something like: bzr commit -m "fix changelog entry"15:15
dholbachthen push it to the same branch15:15
dholbachand hit "resubmit" on its webpage15:15
benstedholbach: changes are upstream now - but i got a mail that my mail for the kubuntu dev mailing list was rejected -- it was the automated LP mail asking for review -- could you review it again :-)15:23
dholbach"(LP:698056)" → "(LP: #698056)"15:23
dholbachplease let somebody else review it15:23
benstein changelog ? :-)15:25
benstewhere can i find all theses rules if i do something similar again in future ??15:26
dholbachhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/HowToFix is a bit outdated but should mention the most important bits (or link to them)15:27
benstedholbach: have a nice afteroon - changed it, and hope they'll see it even if it's not forwarded to their mailing list15:31
dholbach^ Riddell, ScottK: any idea why merge proposals are rejected from the mailing list?15:32
benstedholbach: "its a bit different in kubuntu branches, unreleased packages have UNRELEASED till they are put into the archives"15:41
bensteinstead of natty :-)15:41
dholbachok, that's something some teams or developers do a bit different than others15:42
dholbachas I said: I'm not part of the kubuntu development team, so I don't know how things are done there15:43
Riddellbenste: I got them thanks, will do them shortly15:57
Riddelldholbach: because the mailing list is set to reject non-subscribers15:58
bensteRiddell: already got two other people who told me that I'll have to use Unreleased instead of natty :-)15:58
bensteRiddell: you might follow kubuntu-bugs - for the rest of the discussion too :-)15:59
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hakermaniaIs it allowed to make a right-click menu for your program? E.g. to add a option to the AVIs right click menu that says Convert to-> and have a submenu with WMV, MKV etc.... Is it allowed?17:01
AyrtonI'm trying to package a software and I'm getting "running debsign failed" on debuild...18:12
Ayrtondebuild ask for my key password18:12
Ayrtonand my pass is correct18:12
Ayrtonbut I'm getting this error18:12
Ayrtonwhats happening?18:13
BachstelzeAyrton: you should have other messages18:16
AyrtonBachstelze, one sec, I will get the output in xchat18:17
BachstelzeAyrton: !pastebin it18:17
Ayrtonyes, I'm doing it18:17
AyrtonBachstelze, http://paste.ubuntu.com/551187/18:19
Ayrtonin the end, the gpg ask my pass18:19
Ayrtonin brazilian portuguese18:19
BachstelzeAyrton: looks loke there's a problem with gpg-agent; are you using it?18:22
AyrtonBachstelze, yes18:23
AyrtonBachstelze, the strange is some other things that I use works fine, showing the same error "gpg: problemas com o agente - desabilitando o uso do agente"18:24
AyrtonI can use gpg --decrypt, for exemple18:24
AyrtonI will think for 30 minutes and back again18:27
AyrtonBachstelze, the other strange thing is debbuild is generating the package18:28
batronixI'm currently porting a application (http://www.progshop.com/shop/software/prog-express/download.html) to linux. How do I get an application to the ubuntu repositories when its finished?18:47
Bachstelzebatronix: since it would be a new package, the best way would be to get it into Debian, and then let it be synced to Ubuntu18:50
batronixthx for the reply. How do i start to get into debian?18:53
evaluatebatronix, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment/NewPackages and http://www.debian.org/doc/maint-guide/ should give you all of the info you need18:54
evaluate(or at least most of it :-)18:54
lifelessthere is also the appstore route19:00
lifelessI don't recall the link for it ofhand19:00
jcfpis popcon broken? seems all packages' scores haven't changed at all in weeks?19:45
bcurtiswxim not even hungry and i read that as popcorn.. :(19:46
jcfpso does google :/19:54
ari-tczewkklimonda: do you need a sponsor for bug 654397 ?20:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 654397 in hamster-applet (Ubuntu Maverick) "Reports lack totals" [Wishlist,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65439720:01
bdrungtumbleweed: http://overbenny.wordpress.com/2011/01/06/libkibi-ready-for-testing/20:08
kklimondaari-tczew: well, it would be great to get it moving - I haven't subscribed -sponsors as I was waiting for -sru ack, but you can probably upload it and let them find it in the queue.20:08
ebroderkklimonda: you know that ubuntu-sru changed their minds on that policy a while back, right?20:09
bdrungari-tczew: is there something to do after a MOTU-SWAT ACK (re vlc)?20:10
ari-tczewbdrung: security sponsors should upload this one. I pinged sbeattie tomorrow.20:10
ari-tczewbdrung: sorry, yesterday20:10
bdrungok, i will wait20:11
kklimondaebroder: changed their minds on what? on uploading packages to the queue before getting an ack?20:11
kklimondaebroder: if so I obviously have missed that memo :)20:11
ari-tczewkklimonda: now ubuntu-sponsors handle SRUs20:12
ebroderkklimonda: yeah, when the main and motu sru teams merged, they decided that you sponsor first, and sru ack second20:13
sbeattiebdrung: I'll release vlc in a little bit, just want to do a bit of smoke checking the built packages.20:13
ebroderit's somewhere on the SRU wiki page20:13
ari-tczewIf I'm not incorrent, ubuntu-sponsors handle almost all, beside backports20:13
ari-tczewsbeattie: it build fine20:13
ubottuStable Release Update information is at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates20:14
kklimondagoogle is getting worse and worse, I couldn't find the direct link there :/20:14
kklimondaebroder: the procedure looks like "[...]then subscribe ubuntu-sru.20:15
kklimonda4. Upload the fixed package to release-proposed[...]"20:15
ebroderkklimonda: right, but "wait for an ACK from ubuntu-sru" is not in there20:16
kklimondaebroder: I do vaguely remember someone wanting an ack from sru before uploading it (after the procedure has been changed)20:16
ari-tczewebroder, kklimonda: so this wiki sentence should be changed20:17
kklimondaebroder: I can only assume that it was simply a case of miscommunication, just after teams merging. And I've decided to play it on the safe side since then :)20:17
kklimondaebroder: so, in the new world of ubuntu-sru, I should subscribe both ubuntu-sru and ubuntu-sponsors, or should I just subscribe ubuntu-sponsors who are going to subscribe ubuntu-sru when they do the upload?20:18
ebroderkklimonda: i'd say both, but i'm not entirely sure20:18
ari-tczewebroder: both20:19
kklimondaok, thanks20:19
ari-tczewkklimonda, ebroder: who is free to change the wiki? ;)20:19
ari-tczewchange => update20:20
micahgI don't think both is appropriate, it seems like subscribing -archive and -sponsors at the same time which is wrong20:20
kklimondaebroder, ari-tczew: it's there, at the end of 4th point actually: "If you need a sponsored upload, attach a debdiff to the bug and subscribe ubuntu-sponsors, as usual. There is no need to wait before uploading."20:20
ari-tczewmicahg: archive?20:21
ari-tczewmicahg: I don't understand. where do you see archive?20:21
ebrodermicahg: not really. because the new process doesn't force a strict ordering between the SRU ACK and the sponsored upload20:22
micahgari-tczew: not thing case, speaking in general20:22
micahgebroder: well, they want to approve in queue, so it's being inserted into their workflow before it's actionable20:22
kklimondait has been added some time after new procedure has been written - I guess I should subscribe to the page to be up to date20:22
ebrodermicahg: i thought the wiki talked about sometimes getting an sru ack early in the process20:23
micahgebroder: yes, if it's a risky SRU, before the work is done20:23
* micahg can't find what he said anywhere :-/20:24
micahgah, it's there 2.320:25
BachstelzeI think it said to do it if the SRU will require a lot of work20:25
Bachstelzeso you don't do all the work for nothing if it gets rejected20:25
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ari-tczewhow can I fix this FTBFS? http://paste.ubuntu.com/551224/20:51
micahgari-tczew: check the .install file for that file and see if the name changed and needs an updatey20:52
ari-tczewmicahg: there are several ,install files ;20:56
micahgari-tczew: dh_install tells you which one20:57
ari-tczewmicahg: ok, got it. debian/tmp/sbin/ocfs2_controld.cman usr/sbin/20:58
ari-tczewsbin? huh, is it corrent?20:58
micahgcan be, depends on what it is20:58
ari-tczewmicahg: ok, do you can read what is wrong?20:58
ari-tczewcan you*20:58
micahgari-tczew: I don't have time to look at it, you need to see if the file has been renamed in the build, check the debian/tmp/ dir that's appropriate20:59
micahgor if it's not being installed to the tmp dir for some reason20:59
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bdrungtumbleweed: around?21:18
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