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loolHeywhat's /top12:21
loolhttps://bugs.launchpad.net/~peba is sending spam to a bunch of bugs12:21
loolmaybe that's via the mail interface12:21
loolIs there a specific process for reporting SPAM sent to Launchpad?12:22
dpmmay I bring bug 407260 to the attention of a maintenance squad? Every single project I've had to help with translations stumbled upon this, as there is no error message either. In short, we've got the awesome automatic exports feature, which many projects end up not using because they give up on setting it up12:25
ubot5Launchpad bug 407260 in Launchpad itself "Translations export branch can't be team-owned" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/40726012:25
wallyworld_dpm: thanks for the heads up. i'll bring it up in our next daily meeting and see if the priority can be raised12:33
dpmthanks wallyworld_, I appreciate it12:34
wallyworld_dpm: np. our next meeting is in around 9 hours or so. if you subscribe to that bug you'll see if/when it gets a priority bump or other attention12:35
dpmwallyworld_, ah, good point, I hadn't realised I wasn't subscribed. Done it now, thanks12:36
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aquariusI'm a bit confused about PPA builds. https://launchpad.net/~postler-dev/+archive/devel?field.series_filter=natty shows that that PPA contains both postler and dexter, and they're both successfully built. However, http://ppa.launchpad.net/postler-dev/devel/ubuntu/dists/natty/main/binary-i386/Packages only shows dexter and not postler in that PPA. Has something just not caught up yet, or am I misinterpreting things?14:12
bigjoolsaquarius: postler failed to build14:13
bigjoolsbut the source was already superseded14:13
bigjoolsold source, that is14:13
aquariusbigjools, it failed to build 32 hours ago, but it successfully built 8h30m ago?14:14
bigjoolsaquarius: the natty version was uploaded on the 28th, the maverick version was 8 hours ago14:14
bigjoolslook at the "view package details" page and all is clear :)14:15
aquariusooh, I didn't see that page. https://launchpad.net/~postler-dev/+archive/devel/+packages is most useful! Now I get it :)14:15
* aquarius moves one small step closer to enlightenment14:15
bigjoolsyeah, we tried to split the page into user-focused versus developer focused ones14:15
bigjoolsthe latest updates portlet needs series info in it really14:16
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Davieyis code hosting read only atm?15:27
Davieyah, scrub that15:28
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shadeslayerhi can someone change the pull url of this https://code.launchpad.net/~neon/amarok/master17:28
shadeslayerto git://anongit.kde.org/amarok17:28
leonardrshadeslayer, do you still need help? it looks like you're messing around with https://code.launchpad.net/~neon/amarok/master_old17:39
shadeslayerleonardr: yeah yofel fixed it :)17:39
yofelthat branch can be deleted, once I get the owner of the recipe to switch his recipe branch17:40
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psusiis lp generally unable to track bugs in the debian bts?  or is there something wrong with bug #161126?  It says that the debian bug appears not to exist, check that the bug number is correct, but clicking the link works fine and brings up the debian bug19:04
ubot5Launchpad bug 161126 in gddrescue (Ubuntu) "Package name misleading" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/16112619:04
Ge0rGhi... I'm using launchpad for translating a project, and I'd like to have a list of all translators who contributed. is it possible to obtain it without scrapping the website?19:08
leonardrpsusi: where are you seeing that error? i see two bug watches on debian bugs, and they both work19:08
leonardrGe0rG: i don't think so. it doesn't show up in the web service apidoc19:09
Ge0rGI get the last contributor of each language from the po export, but thats... suboptimal19:09
dpmGe0rG, what framework are you using to develop your app (gtk, qt, something else...) you can get the list of contributors from the translator-credits msgid and display it automatically on the About dialog19:09
psusileonardr: two?  I see only one and it is still showing status new.  In the assigned to column there is a little yellow triangle with an exclamation point and when I mouse over it, I see "Debian bug tracker bug #505831 not to exist.  Check that the bug number is correct"19:10
ubot5Launchpad bug 505831 in software-center (Ubuntu) "installation of new software not possible (dup-of: 635101)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/50583119:10
ubot5Launchpad bug 635101 in Aptdaemon "Broken apt cache error message is out of date" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63510119:10
Ge0rGdpm: I'm using android with a custom xml2po wrapper19:10
Ge0rGdpm: my problem with translator-credits is that "-" is not legal in the androids XML syntax19:11
psusialso when I expand the deian task, there is a big box with a big red minus icon that also says that bug number does not exist19:11
psusibut the bug does exist and is closed...19:11
leonardrpsusi: ah. if you look in the right column you'll see the same bug as a bug watch, plus a bug watch for debian bug 31623819:11
ubot5Debian bug 316238 in wnpp "ITP: ddrescue -- data recovery tool" [Wishlist,Fixed] http://bugs.debian.org/31623819:11
dpmGe0rG, perhaps you can use a workaround and use what the KDE people use instead of translator-credits. Let me check what it is...19:11
psusihrm... also strangely, the remote watch: section when expanded seems duplicated... it has two dials for None, the status of the bug is updated manually, and then two dials for debian bug tracker, bugs #316238 and #505831.  this is weird.19:12
ubot5Launchpad bug 316238 in Ubuntu "[need-packaging] Liquid PCB" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31623819:12
ubot5Launchpad bug 505831 in software-center (Ubuntu) "installation of new software not possible (dup-of: 635101)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/50583119:12
ubot5Launchpad bug 635101 in Aptdaemon "Broken apt cache error message is out of date" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63510119:12
dpmGe0rG, they use the special "Your names" and "Your emails" msgid. If "translator-credits" does not work, perhaps this might:19:13
Ge0rGdpm: also, how is "translator-credits" translated into english?19:14
psusileonardr: so lp is confused by having two bugs linked?19:14
leonardrpsusi: i don't know. it shouldn't be a problem. maybe sinzui has a clue19:14
leonardrmaybe at one point the debian bug server was inaccessible and that wedged the launchpad side of the system19:15
dpmGe0rG, what do you mean? translator-credits is a special msgid that translators translate by adding their names and e-mails to its corresponding msgstr19:15
psusiit says The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. This information was last pulled on 2011-02-28.19:16
leonardrhttps://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/161126/+watch/49008 says "Update failed with error 'Bug Not Found' on 2011-02-28"19:17
psusiso, bug in lp?19:17
sinzuipsusi: leonardr: I do not now much about this. deryck and gmb do. I do not think they are online at this time19:19
leonardrlaunchpad is getting its debian bug information from a database. the database may be out of sync with debian19:19
Ge0rGdpm: oh, its a manual process? I thought the 'translation' was generated automatically by the backend?19:19
psusiso I should file a bug against lp right?19:20
leonardrthat's all i can figure out19:20
leonardrgive it to deryck and he'll take a look19:20
dpmGe0rG, ah, actually, you're right. In the traditional method where translators translate offline, they add the credits manually, but in Launchpad this is done automatically for them as soon as they've contributed a translation19:21
sinzuiusers can report multiple watches. Lp pulls debian's bugs though a different system that other bug trackers. There were times in the past where we were way out of sync. I believe this year we have kept pace...19:21
sinzuiexcept the message about the bug not existing imlies something is a miss.19:21
Ge0rGdpm: so, if I use my software with LANG=C, will it display 'translator-credits' verbatim?19:22
psusihrm.. seems to already be a bug filed on it... https://bugs.launchpad.net/launchpad/+bug/60592319:22
psusimaybe it needs its priority bumped up?  and assign to deryck you say?19:22
sinzuiDo not assign the bug19:23
sinzuiWe only commit to work on critical operational issues and high features we are commissioned to develop19:24
leonardrsinzui: i've asked deryck to look at the bug, without assigning it to him19:25
sinzuiI think someone should retriage the bug to state what the probable cause is so that we understand the labour involved in fixing the issue19:25
dpmGe0rG, I think this depends on how the toolkit used implements this. In gtk, the behaviour seems to be the following: when launching the application in a non-C locale, you get the credits for translators in that locale on the About dialog. When launching the application in the C locale you get no translator credits at all on the About dialog (which makes sense, as no one translates into the C locale)19:25
Ge0rGis it possible to skip the review of uploaded translation files for open-permissions projects?19:25
leonardrsinzui: i think that someone should be deryck, since he can probably figure out the cause19:26
Ge0rGdpm: ah, so it is not listing _all_ translators but only the ones of the displayed language. makes some sense as well, thanks19:26
dpmGe0rG, once the template has been imported, there shouldn't be any review at all necessary for open-permissions projects. Translations just get imported. In any case, I'd really recommend you to use automatic translation imports and exports, which will let you get your templates approved quicker19:27
dpmGe0rG, https://help.launchpad.net/Translations/YourProject/BestPractices tells you how to set up automatic imports and exports19:28
Ge0rGdpm: auto-importing does not work because I only have the android xml in SCM, not the .po version19:30
Ge0rGdpm: so whenever I change the template, I upload the .pot file and have to wait for some hours/days :(19:31
dpmGe0rG, oh, I see. Have you considered keeping the generated .pot file from the xml source in version control? That would allow you to use automatic imports and not have to wait for days19:31
dpmso every time you do a .pot file commit, the new template gets imported in a matter of minutes19:31
Ge0rGdpm: I'd rather prefer to have the permission to upload new pot files for my project without manual approval19:32
dpmGe0rG, it's not a matter of permissions, but rather to make a sanity check to avoid getting invalid templates uploaded. In any case, two things: 1) Why do you prefer doing a manual upload when a more automatic process is available? 2) Even if you still prefer to do manual uploads, you shouldn't be waiting for several days on every upload, unless you are renaming the template each time. Manual review is only required the first time ever a template is upload19:40
dpmed. After that, any subsequent imports should happen without the need of waiting for days.19:40
Ge0rGdpm: 1) the projects use xml instead of .po and are managed in git vs. bzr, making automatic imports and exports more cumbersome. 2) I am not sure which part of the .pot file is the template name. I am just uploading the .pot using the "import" function, and it is pending review every time19:50
dpmGe0rG, 1) You just need to commit the .pot file in git, and the bzr import branch -assuming you're using one- should take care of all the rest (I'm not trying to argue what the best workflow is for you btw, I'm just trying to help) 2) Sorry, by the template name, I meant the template path actually. This can be either the name of the pot file e.g. appname.pot or its location in the source tree. Can you give me a link to your project, so I can have a look at19:55
dpm it?19:55
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Ge0rGdpm: https://translations.launchpad.net/aprsdroid/master/ - I'm always uploading the file as aprsdroid.pot19:57
dpmthanks, let me have a look...19:57
Ge0rGdpm: not sure if the http post frontend is mangling the filename...20:01
Ge0rGdpm: just ping me here or via query, I'll keep idling as well20:05
dpmGe0rG, I've approved the template. It should get imported soon, and subsequent uploads should get approved automatically. If that's not the case, please tell us on this channel the next time. In any case, I've noticed that you specify Last-Translator and some other fields on the pot template. You should probably leave them empty so it looks similar to http://paste.ubuntu.com/574122/20:14
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Ge0rGdpm: they have been auto-added by xml2po. I can re-upload the file right now to see if it works now :)20:18
Ge0rGdpm: it lands in the "needs review" category again.20:19
* Ge0rG deletes.20:19
dpmGe0rG, ok, I hadn't thought xml2po would add Last-Translator as well. Yeah, it will always land in "Needs Review", but once the template I've approved is imported, they should go from "Needs Review" to "Approved" automatically20:23
Ge0rGdpm: thank you for your help20:26
dpmGe0rG, no worries :-)20:29
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aboettger1plz help: debuild -S gives me : gmusicbrowser-art source: binary-arch-rules-but-pkg-is-arch-indep20:37
aboettger1what is wrong?20:37
micahgaboettger1: you might want to ask in #ubuntu-packaging20:38
aboettger1thank you20:38
pooliehttps://launchpad.net/~registry says, for me, "You are a member of the team that owns this team. You are not currently an active member"21:49
pooliethat seems probably wrong21:49
wgrantIndeed, you're in ~canonical-bazaar...21:50
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pooliecan you be the owner and not be effectively a member?21:51
pooliealso, yes, i'm in canonical-bazaar21:52
wgrantpoolie: The owner is partly effectively a member.21:55
wgrantANd soon we hope to remove that partial effective membership.21:55
wgrantBecause it is confusing and a performance problem.21:55
pooliebut the owner team is also a member team21:57
poolieso i seem to be a member through two different paths21:57
wgrantJust noticed that.21:57
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mwhudsonhuh, that's a fun one22:39
mwhudsoni guess TeamParticipation is corrupted some how, will be "interesting" to figure out why22:40
Ampelbeinhi there! I'm getting Timeout errors (e.g. OOPS-1886L2173 or OOPS-1886F2364) when converting bugs to a question.22:41
micahgAmpelbein: bug 43811622:42
ubot5Launchpad bug 438116 in Launchpad itself "Timeout when converting bug into question (BugTask:+create-question)" [Critical,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/43811622:42
Ampelbeinmicahg: thanks.22:45
micahganyone around that can rescore a couple builds?22:54
wgrantmicahg: Possibly. Which and why?22:55
micahgwgrant: sparc builds for security stuff22:56
wgrantAh, you'll need a real admin for private builds.22:56
wgrantmbarnett: ^^22:56
micahgwgrant: no, they're public builds22:56
wgrantAh, I can do that.22:56
wgrantmicahg: Which builds?22:57
micahghttps://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-security/+archive/ppa/+buildjob/2276176, https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-security/+archive/ppa/+buildjob/227618922:57
wgrantmicahg: Rescored.22:58
micahgand can you rescore this one just under those: https://edge.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-security/+archive/ppa/+buildjob/228045322:58
NijaboI'm having problems importing my GPG finger print into Launchpad.22:58
micahgin case the sparc builders decide to kick the bucket again later22:58
wgrantmicahg: I'm not sure this is going to make too much of a difference.22:59
wgrantBut we'll see.22:59
NijaboI've copied the output from the terminal but I get an error message.22:59
wgrantNijabo: What's the message?22:59
NijaboLaunchpad could not import your OpenPGP key22:59
NijaboDid you enter your complete fingerprint correctly? (Help with fingerprints)22:59
NijaboIs your key in the Ubuntu keyserver yet? You may have to wait between ten minutes (if you pushed directly to the Ubuntu key server) and one hour (if you pushed your key to another server). (Help with publishing keys)22:59
wgrantNijabo: What's your key ID?23:00
wgrantAnd fingerprint?23:00
Nijabois it safe to post that?23:00
wgrantNijabo: Yes, the fingerprint and ID are public information.23:00
Nijabo0AF8AF2C (key ID, as far as I can gather) and fingerprint: 00E5 64B7 AE18 E05D B128  ACC9 F369 1699 0AF8 AF2C23:01
wgrantThey identify your public key.23:01
micahgwgrant: ugh, sorry to keep bugging you, but can this one be 12000 https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-security/+archive/ppa/+buildjob/2276189 and this one 10000 https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-security/+archive/ppa/+buildjob/228045323:01
micahgI need the xulrunner one done first23:01
wgrantNijabo: It lookslike it should work now. Can you try again?23:01
wgrantmicahg: The xulrunner build is already 100000.23:02
micahgwgrant: ah, I don't think it shows 9999 in teh web interface23:02
micahgwgrant: nevermind :)23:02
micahgwgrant: thanks for your help23:04
wgrantmicahg: Hopefully the builders won't break again :/23:04
micahgright, this is the third or fourth time we've requested them restarted in the past week23:04
wgrantI hope to get logs from them at some point.23:05
wgrantlamont: ^^?23:05
NijaboNow it worked wgrant, thanks a lot :)23:05
lamontmicahg: I'm babysitting both sparc builders now, watching them build a couple of longish, still building pacages, and we'll see how they fare when they're done... then I'm going to dump the lot on wgrant23:06
micahgugh, that kernel got in which means I only have one sparc builder for my firefox builds23:07
micahglamont: thanks23:07
wgrantlamont: Thanks.23:11
NijaboI hate to trouble you again, but I'm having problems importing my public SSH key. I have followed the steps and I've copied the content of ~/.ssh/id_dsa.pub into the field. But I get an "Invalid public key" message.23:25
wgrantNijabo: Is that a new key?23:26
NijaboJust generated it I think23:26
wgrantYou probably don't want a DSA key.23:26
wgrantWhich instructions did you follow?23:27
wgrantThat seems to generate an RSA key. Do you have a ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub?23:27
NijaboTried to enter it but it said it was invalid23:27
wgrantYou said that was id_*d*sa.pub23:28
Nijaboid_rsa.pub is the filename my mistake23:29
wgrantSo, it should have one line it it, with three space-separated parts.23:29
wgrantssh-rsa SOMEBASE64 SOMECOMMENT23:30
wgrantCopy that whole thing onto the page.23:30
Nijabois that Comment seperated with a +?23:30
wgrantIt should be a space.23:30
NijaboWeird I have ssh-rsa BLAWH...+BDAWH...$23:30
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