psusisay umm... since plymouth is now a required component of an Ubuntu system, and it conflicts with usplash, shouldn't usplash be dropped?00:17
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BeeHockwhat is the proper way to resubmit proposal to merge?01:38
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smoserI'm in need of some debugging help.03:31
smoseruec images build succeeded on 20101228 (~ 01:00 UTC). but fails now.03:31
smoserthere were some changes of my doing, but I believe I've removed them as potential for cause of build failure.03:31
smoserat this present time if I build with the archive pointed at archive.ubuntu.com, i will fail. but if I point at us-east-1.ec2.archive.ubuntu.com (slightly out of date), it will succeed.03:32
smoserthe failure occurs in a postinstall of grub-legacy-ec2. on a call to03:34
smoser  db_x_loadtemplatefile /var/lib/dpkg/info/grub-legacy-ec2.templates grub03:34
smoserthat file does not exist in the failure scenario.03:34
smoserlogs at http://pastebin.com/c62P67Kn (good) and http://pastebin.com/1uWJzGuL (bad)03:36
smoserbetween those two, the only change is the archive that is being used.03:37
smoserif anyone has ideas, i could really use suggestions. i really need a uec build for alpha-3 :-(03:39
smoserhttp://pastebin.com/RkFU5keb is a diff of manifests for failed and successful.04:03
brodersmoser: sounds like dpkg multiarch issues04:04
smoseryeah, the debconf stuck out to me.04:05
brodersmoser: go, uh, hunt down whatever slangasek changed recently, and that'll probably be a good example for what you should be doing04:05
broder(the multiarch stuff changed the layout of /var/lib/dpkg/info, which it really seems like you shouldn't have to interact with in the first place, honestly)04:06
broderbut if you really must do that, i'd look at https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ucf/3.0025+nmu1ubuntu104:06
smoserbroder, well, i didn't write it. i yanked it from grub (0.97).04:10
* broder shrugs04:10
broderin any case, looks like you can probably just make the same change04:10
smoserthank you broder. that does look like a strong hit.04:12
slangaseksmoser: what version of dpkg do you have installed in this case?  /var/lib/dpkg/info/* should exist again, as of cjwatson's most recent dpkg upload04:13
smoserdpkg 1.16.0~ubuntu304:13
smoser+dpkg 1.16.0~ubuntu304:14
slangaseksmoser: note that grub-legacy-ec2 should be fixed in any case to look at 'dpkg-query --control-path grub-legacy-ec2 templates' rather than hard-coding a path; but that shouldn't be an issue with current dpkg04:14
smoserslangasek, right. i'll fix that. that is fine.04:14
slangaseksmoser: ok, I see why this error is still there; fixing grub-legacy-ec2's invocation will work around it for now04:26
slangasekand now to fix dpkg harder04:26
smoserthat look sane ?04:27
slangaseksmoser: yep04:28
slangasekand sorry for the breakage :/04:28
smoserit would have been caught yesterday or hours ago if the archives werent misbehaving04:28
smoserit was just 5 hours ago that i could get a build to not fail on archive consistency/download.04:29
* slangasek nods04:29
smoserslangasek, broder thank you.05:04
* smoser heads to bed05:04
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smosertheres no freeze on right now, right ? my upload will get into archive without anyone needing to allow it in. right ?05:28
slangaseksmoser: packages that don't need uploaded to make a3 releasable are frozen05:30
slangasekso grub-legacy-ec2, you can upload :)05:30
smoserok. its uploaded.05:31
smoserbut no buttons have to be pushed to let it into archive, right?05:31
slangaseksmoser: nope, none05:47
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pittiGood morning07:04
dholbachgood morning07:44
Ampelbeinpitti: bug 727633 - has this something to do with your latest upload? I can't reproduce on i386 (don't have amd64).07:59
ubottuLaunchpad bug 727633 in udev (Ubuntu) "Failed upgrade to udev" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72763307:59
didrocksgood morning08:05
apwcjwatson, is there a report against the archive which shows dependancy issues; i have a report of a 'partial upgrade' being reported against lucid -updates and suspect a kernel component is missing ... but only have a screenshot of update-manager to work with currently08:31
pittihi Ampelbein08:32
Ampelbeinpitti: hi!08:32
pittiAmpelbein: it's the very bug that ubuntu3 fixes08:32
pittibut it's nontrivial to pull yourself out of that swamp08:33
Ampelbeinpitti: ok. so it's good that it's not a new bug but bad for the reporter because he can't get out easy.08:36
pittiAmpelbein: I followed up with cleanup instructions08:36
Ampelbeinpitti: thank you very much!08:37
pittiAmpelbein: thanks for pointing out08:37
ionRemoving the diversion manually is quite trivial in my book. :-)08:38
pitti@pilot in08:44
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didrockspitti: \o/ happy piloting!08:44
lagAre there any fbdev gurus out there?08:44
lagWho would be kind enough to spot any problems they see in this Xorg.0.log dump: https://pastebin.linaro.org/37/08:45
lagOr if there's a better channel for this?08:46
* dholbach hugs pitti08:49
* pitti hugs dholbck08:49
dholbachlag, maybe in #ubuntu-x?08:49
lagdholbach: I'll try that, thanks Daniel08:49
dholbachlag, how's life? :)08:49
lagdholbach: Still ticking along08:49
lagdholbach: :)08:49
lagdholbach: How about you?08:49
dholbachit's excellent :)08:50
apwlag that pastebin is private anyhow08:55
jmlpitti: thanks!08:55
pittijml: sorry for the hassle08:55
lagSorry: http://paste.ubuntu.com/574353/08:56
jmlpitti: np.08:56
lagdholbach: I'm pleased you're enjoying life :)08:56
lagapw: I'm assuming that link works better?08:56
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pittiwhy didn't I know about pull-lp-source before?09:09
pittiit's really neat09:10
tumbleweedeveryone seems to say that :)09:14
pittiI have chroots for lucid and hardy, so for those it's easy; but for the others this is really handy :)09:15
mok0pitti, also pull-debian-source09:24
pittimok0: I know of that as well now, but I got too used to "dchsid apt-get source"..09:25
mok0Although these two really ought to be merged: pull-source --lp, pull-source --debian09:25
pittimok0: it should default to Ubuntu dev release, and then DTRT if you specify "sid" instead of "maverick"09:26
cjwatsonsmoser: I suspect the other thing that's happening is that you're using a sufficiently old debootstrap that it doesn't create the /var/lib/dpkg/info/ARCH -> . symlink09:41
proticjwatson: Congrats for figuring out the bug. though one.10:07
Davieypitti, These tools, and UDD, are really starting to making a local mirror pointless... :(10:38
pittiDaviey: I gave up having a local mirror years ago -- I found it too much hassle to keep it up to date for little benefit10:39
Davieypitti, The only advantage i feel which is still partly valid is speed advantage on larger packages... but with faster broadband, even this is a minor gain10:41
DavieyTempted to switch to caching proxy.10:41
ChipzzDaviey: except all the caching proxies are crap10:41
Chipzz(apt-cacher and apt-proxy I mean)10:41
DavieyChipzz, Hmm... have you tried squid-deb-proxy?10:41
Chipzzno not yet10:42
Chipzzalthough I'm not sure I want the overhead of squid for taht10:42
DavieyChipzz, I do use apt-cacher-ng in production on hardy, and that has been pretty solid for a few years... but considering switching for local network.10:42
ChipzzDaviey: maybe I should take a look again10:43
ChipzzI remember trying it and not liking it (but don't recall the reason)10:43
Chipzzand apt-proxy... well, meh. just meh.10:43
DavieyChipzz, One of the nice things with squid-deb-proxy is the avahi advertisement... which should mean it's picked up locally automagically.10:43
ChipzzDaviey: since all the boxen I use it for are servers, that shouldn't matter10:44
Daviey^^ If you do try it, comments welcome - as we are looking to make it a core part of one of the server metapackages.10:44
Chipzzif anything, I do NOT want avahi in a server environment ;)10:44
Chipzzbut that might just be me10:44
cjwatsonproti: sorry I said that it wasn't alsa-restore's fault ...10:45
Daviey(infact, for Natty, it /is/ a core part of a server metapackage)10:45
cjwatsonwas obvious once I saw it :-/10:45
* cjwatson still keeps a local mirror. Given my poor bandwidth it's a real efficiency win10:45
* Daviey ponders.10:46
Chipzzcjwatson: really? I'ld say if you're on poor bandwith, the less you have to transfer the better10:46
Chipzzand since a proxy only transfers what you need, as opposed to the whole archive with a mirror..10:47
Chipzz(or parts of the archive if you have your mirror script configured differently)10:47
sorenI suppose it's about when the time to download is spent. And whose time it is.10:48
Chipzzif you sync during night10:49
Chipzzyou'll probably be asleep and not notice it10:49
sorenIf it takes a lot of time for the system to do it automatically during the night, it's ok. If it takes cjwatson's time to wait for it to download the first time, it's less ok.10:49
sorenEven though the amount of time in the latter case is way less.10:49
DavieyI have been tempted to do more of my development via ssh in a machine in a datacentre... faster compiling than local machine and no bandwidth issues.10:50
* soren too10:51
sorenOnly problem is when I travel.10:51
sorenI'd hate to be stuck on an airplane and be missing something because I forgot to sync something to my laptop.10:52
sorenIf I always use my laptop, that's not an issue.10:52
Davieysoren, Not having internet access sounds like a perfect excuse for not being able to work. :)10:53
sorenDaviey: I find it a great excuse to actually get some work done without having to pay attention to e-mail, irc, etc.10:53
sorenDaviey: ...but I totally see where you're coming from.10:54
* soren wanders off for lunch10:54
cjwatsonChipzz: what soren said.  The mirror updates at night when I'm not waiting for it.11:05
cjwatsonA proxy is no use for this since typically it's the first download of a given resource that I'm waiting for.11:06
Chipzzcjwatson: ah well, makes sense I suppose11:11
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jamespagecjwatson: have you got time for a question re package version numbers and dpkg?11:34
sorenjamespage: Or you could just ask. People in this channel are surprisingly proficient with those things :)11:37
jamespagesoren: OK11:37
cjwatsongo ahead11:37
cjwatsonif my answer on -server wasn't sufficient :)11:37
jamespagecjwatson: reading now11:38
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Davieypitti, How often does the burndown chart cron run?12:29
pittiDaviey: hourly12:33
Davieypitti, thanks12:35
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fta2Subject: Cron <root@xxx> start -q anacron || :13:24
fta2start: Job is already running: anacron13:24
fta2pitti, ^^13:24
c2tarunpitti: ping13:39
pittihi c2tarun13:39
pitti@pilot out13:40
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pittithat brought the queue down from 41 to 17 \o/13:40
c2tarunhi pitti :) whats an overly long changelog?13:40
c2tarunpitti: I mean what could have been dropped?13:40
pittic2tarun: lines in debian/changelog shouldn't be longer than 79 characters13:40
pittic2tarun: I mean break the line13:40
pittic2tarun: not that it had too much content, of course (that was just fine)13:41
c2tarunpitti: oh... got it. I'll keep in mind from next time :) Thanks13:41
smoserslangasek, so i have part of my "post image fixups" (http://bazaar.launchpad.net/%7Eubuntu-on-ec2/vmbuilder/automated-ec2-builds/annotate/head%3A/vmbuilder-uec-ec2-fixes)13:48
smoserin line 262, that does not seem to have taken.13:48
Davieyslangasek, Is it okay to upload your staged UNRELEASED package of portmap with the addition of https://code.launchpad.net/~clint-fewbar/ubuntu/natty/portmap/stop-portmap/+merge/50047 ?13:57
Daviey(ie, what were you waiting for, aswell)13:57
ari-tczewpitti: man you rox13:58
ari-tczewreducing the queue from 41 to 15:13:58
janimois there an easy to search DB of all ubuntu package metainfo? For example searching for certain text patterns across all debian/rules files14:00
ari-tczewjanimo: good question, I'd like to get that tool as well.14:00
ari-tczewjanimo: workaround, I was looking for changes in d/rules by searching on bazaar via launchpad.14:01
janimoari-tczew, that is a bit heavy on LP isn't it? I have not tried though. LP would be a good place to have such an index as it has all packages passing through it14:01
pittiari-tczew: thanks :)14:05
dholbachpitti, good work14:08
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ari-tczewtsimpson: oh man, is it true? Terence Simpson probably started hacking IRC bots when he was 5 years old.15:00
slangasekDaviey: yes, my portmap changes were staged because they don't justify an upload, but you can upload any time if you have occasion to15:00
tsimpsonari-tczew: huh?15:00
ari-tczewtsimpson: http://daniel.holba.ch/blog/?p=92815:01
slangaseksmoser: sorry, were you wanting me to look at those vmbuilder changes for any particular reason?15:01
shadeslayerso there's a mail on the ubuntu-in mailing list asking of the Intel 82845g chip will support a hardware accelerated Unity15:01
smoserum, no. i'm all sorted now.15:01
shadeslayerany idea's on that?15:01
smoserthat dpkg-reconfigure was failing15:01
smoserthat will be fixed by getting a newer debootstrap on my build machine15:02
tsimpsonari-tczew: ah, well the answer is "no" ;)15:02
ari-tczewtsimpson: okok :P15:02
tumbleweedari-tczew: hacking on IRC bots is fun (and it's actually what finally pulled me into debian/ubuntu development) (different bots to tsimpson's, though)15:02
ari-tczewtumbleweed: maybe when I got time in future, I'd try to hack something related to bots.15:03
cjwatsonsmoser: hopefully I'll get dpkg-reconfigure fixed too over the next few days15:08
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dholbachhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek Day 3 starting in 25 minutes in #ubuntu-classroom15:36
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dholbachandreserl, can you change your nick to RoAkSoAx and join #ubuntu-classroom?15:53
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mterryDo other people see a bug where sometimes you can't click on non-Unity apps?   That they all stop responding until unity is restarted?16:21
highvoltageslangasek: I think bug 727839 should've had a new bug for what you renamed the bug to (bugjacking), since they are really two seperate issues imho16:21
ubottuLaunchpad bug 727839 in plymouth (Ubuntu) "Plymouth dies with ABRT signal on shutdown on liveCD" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72783916:21
mterrywhoops, meant mine for #ubuntu-desktop16:21
highvoltageslangasek: (as illustrated in the comment/screenshot I added from i386)16:21
slangasekhighvoltage: fair enough; though I was trying to turn this into an objective bug report instead of 'ugly'16:23
davmor2kenvandine: ping I think there is a bug in " Take screenshot" 's unity behaviour.  If you select "Take a shot of the current window" from the quick menu it only ever takes shots of the app launcher :)16:25
kenvandinedavmor2, haha16:25
kenvandinedavmor2, humm... i can't reproduce that16:26
davmor2kenvandine: I'll do a video and a bug so you can see.16:26
kenvandinei suspect it is a bug where it thinks the launcher is a window16:27
kenvandineit is working here, i just get the window16:27
kenvandinebut we have had cases where it has been confused before16:27
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highvoltageslangasek: indeed, thanks for that, I meant "ugly" as a technical term though instead of insulting it. I changed it to "Plymouth should display less unimportant information on shutdown", I guess it sounds somewhat better than "ugly", even though less terse16:27
davmor2kenvandine: this is a fresh install from this mornings iso16:28
kenvandinedavmor2, yeah, please file the bug16:29
davmor2will do16:29
slangasekhighvoltage: well, I'd like a precise report that says what information you think is unimportant; at which point I think this will probably become a wontfix issue given that plymouth has been recently changed *to* display progress information about jobs, but that'll be for others to decide16:29
pittiwohoo! new landscape-client is the last hal rdepends in main; buh-bye!16:31
highvoltageslangasek: ok. I'll object a wontfix for it on the livecd since that information is undesireble for the vast majority of use cases there, but thanks for the feedback anyway16:33
slangasekhighvoltage: I'm not sure we have the flexibility to handle it differently on livecd than elsewhere, so we may have conflicting use cases.  I guess it's not so ugly when not using the text interface?16:33
davmor2kenvandine: bug #72789016:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 727890 in unity (Ubuntu) "Snapshot Quicklist for current window shoots the app launcher" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72789016:53
kenvandinedavmor2, thx16:54
cndpitti, is qt on the daily iso's?16:54
cndI'm trying to use testdrive16:54
cndand I expected qt to be there already16:54
pitticnd: on Kubuntu certainly, not on Ubuntu16:54
cndpitti, ahh, ok16:55
cndpitti, maybe I misunderstood though, isn't qt going to be on the natty ubuntu install?16:55
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cjwatsonerr - Mark's comments were about natty+1 last I checked16:56
pitticnd: no -- we are oversized enough as it is ..16:57
cndI was all mistaken then :)16:57
pittion amd64 we are down to 2 languages16:57
pittiyeah, natty+1 will be fun -- no idea yet how to fit Qt in addition16:57
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zygabarry, ping17:32
zygabarry, does this smell like a python bug or is this expected good behavior?17:33
zyga>>> from decimal import Decimal17:33
zyga>>> Decimal(1) < 1e2017:33
kklimondazyga: looks like bug to me17:40
zygamy feeling as well17:40
zygait works when you do17:40
kklimondaespecially because17:40
kklimondaIn [1]: from decimal import Decimal17:40
kklimondaIn [2]: Decimal(1) < 1e2017:40
kklimondaOut[2]: True17:40
zyga>>> Decimal(1) < Decimal("%s" % 1e20)17:40
kklimondawhat arch is that?17:41
zygakklimonda, it worked for you?!17:41
zygakklimonda, this is maverick, amd6417:41
kklimondait works on natty, i38617:41
geserI also get True (Py 2.7, natty, amd64)17:41
zygakklimonda, if I don't depend on implicit coertion then it also works17:41
* zyga checks 2.717:42
kklimondalets see if 2.6 behaves differently17:42
zygakklimonda, it works for small values, the ones that can be converted to float17:42
geseryes, 2.6 returns False for me17:42
kklimondaand I'm still installing 2.6.. oh, the fsync() madness..17:43
zygakklimonda, on 2.7 maverick/amd64 it also works17:43
kklimondaI'm tempted to alias both apt-get and aptitude to eatmydata ;)17:43
zygalooks like 2.6 bug to me17:43
zygakklimonda, get an SSD :-)17:43
zygakklimonda, I started doing pbuilder work in ramdisk, man that's fast17:43
kklimondazyga: I did that too for some time - but then some packages didn't build because 4GB is not nearly enough ;)17:44
geserzyga: looks like Decimal() can't be compared against float in Py2.617:44
geserDecimal(1) < 100 => True, Decimal(1) < 100.0 => False17:44
kklimondagood catch17:45
geserboth return True in 2.717:45
zygageser, hmm17:45
zygaI see two bugs here though17:45
zyga1) decimal fails to compare to largish ints that cannot be converted to floats17:45
zyga2) decimal fails to compare to floats17:45
zygaperhaps 2) is by design17:45
zygabut 1) is bug for sure17:45
zygait should raise OverflowError or something similar17:46
zygathere are some coercion rules changed in 2.7 isn't that righT?17:46
* zyga would love to hear what barry thinks 17:47
zygais barry US or EU?17:47
zygaso he should be up17:47
ograif he's not travelling ;)17:48
cjwatsonhe was around earlier today17:48
geserzyga: have you a test case for 1) ?17:49
zygageser, yes, see my original example17:49
zyga Decimal(1) < 1e2017:49
zyga Decimal(1) <  Decimal("%s" % 1e20)17:49
zygafirst fails, second works17:50
geserbut that's a float (according to type)17:50
* zyga is dumb17:50
zygayou are right17:50
* zyga calls of 1) then17:50
geserthe second one works as you convert it to a Decimal, and comparisan between two Decimal works17:50
kklimondazyga: http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-dev/2010-March/098437.html is on the topic.17:51
geserDecimal(1) < 10**100 => True (and 10**100 is a big number)17:51
kklimondazyga: most likely it has been decided that such comparisons are good idea, implemented in 3k and then backported to 2.7..17:51
zygaright, seems that way17:51
DavieySpads (and slangasek): Do you know what the verification status of SRU bug #717397... we are still getting lots of duplicate bug reports... seems somewhat urgent to get a fix out.17:55
ubottuLaunchpad bug 717397 in squid-deb-proxy (Ubuntu Lucid) "package squid 2.7.STABLE7-1ubuntu12.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71739717:55
Davieyerm, s/Spads/SpamapS/ - sorry Spads17:55
geserzyga: just curious: did you managed to get your no-network pbuilder running?17:55
zygageser, no, still on my TODO list, I need to release the final crown jewel package before I can move on though ;/17:56
zygaI'm still debugging app issues17:56
yofelcnd: hi, I was told to poke you for  QETWidget::translateXI2Event crashes, I get http://paste.kde.org/6211/ in kubuntu natty a lot, can't really reliably reproduce it though (started a few days ago)18:01
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cndyofel, hi, I'm working on a fix right now18:09
cndbuilding qt as we speak18:09
cndthere's a bug open about it: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qt4-x11/+bug/72595918:09
ubottuUbuntu bug 725959 in qt4-x11 (Ubuntu) "libqt4 4:4.7.1-0ubuntu10, 11 and 12 produce segfault in VirtualBox (libqtgui4)" [Medium,In progress]18:09
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slangasekDaviey: if the latest issue is not a regression, then I guess it's verification-done18:20
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nigelbogra: Lovely session :)18:51
ograthanks :)18:51
highvoltageoh no! I missed it!18:56
ograhighvoltage, no arms for you then :)19:02
highvoltageogra: well... the genesi smarttop is now $129 (https://www.genesi-usa.com/press/2011/2/25/) so that's very tempting :)19:06
ograbuy it in € its cheaper :)19:06
highvoltage(or even the smartbook, considering it comes with a screen and keyboard and built-in UPS for just a little more)19:06
* highvoltage checks by how much (I guess shipping to canada will be more expensive from europe than US)19:07
highvoltageogra: where would I buy it in €? I can't find a eurostore19:08
ograhighvoltage, that was a joke, its 95€ or $12919:09
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highvoltageogra: ah, I get it (d'oh)19:10
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bdrungcjwatson, james_w: can you change the status to rejected for the merge proposal https://code.launchpad.net/~legolas/ubuntu/natty/php5/5.3.5/+merge/48128 ?19:45
james_wbdrung, done19:46
james_wany core dev should be able to do it though?19:46
mdeslaurjames_w: I couldn't when I tried yesterday19:48
bdrungjames_w: nope. only Ubuntu branches members can do it. i can only set it to "work in progress", "needs review", and "merged"19:48
james_wthat's not the intent, please file a bug19:48
james_wif you can upload php5 you should be able to change the merge proposal19:49
james_win fact I think I've fixed this once already19:49
cndRiddell, I believe I've fixed the qt bug 72595919:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 725959 in qt4-x11 (Ubuntu) "libqt4 4:4.7.1-0ubuntu10, 11 and 12 produce segfault in VirtualBox (libqtgui4)" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72595919:49
bdrungjames_w: against what?19:49
cndafter verification, I'll leave it up to you to decide if this warrants pushing in to ubuntu before alpha 3 release19:49
cndI'd advocate pushing it, but I don't know the full extent of the bug (such as how many applications are crashing and how many people are hitting the bug)19:50
james_wbdrung, launchpad19:55
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bdrungjames_w, ari-tczew: i filed bug #72801220:05
ubottuLaunchpad bug 728012 in Launchpad itself "Missing permission to reject a Ubuntu merge proposal" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72801220:06
james_wthanks bdrung20:08
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pittikees, jdstrand: publishing linux-ec2 and -meta for lucid to -updates and -security20:26
keespitti: great, thanks!20:27
pittisconklin: any chance you could fix your script to generate the tracking bugs to create a proper release task?20:32
pittiI always need to add it by hand, and close the natty one as invalid20:32
sconklinpitti: I think that's possible. We generate release tasks now in the CVE tracker bugs we create, so I don't see why not20:33
bjfpitti, point me at a specific bug and i'll make the changes20:33
pittithat's what I thought20:33
sconklinand here's the expert . . . ;-)20:33
pittibjf: I just updated bug 72513820:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 725138 in linux (Ubuntu Hardy) "linux: 2.6.24-29.87 -proposed tracker" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72513820:34
pittibjf: before it just had one floating "in progress" task and no stable release tassk20:34
bjfpitti, i'll look at what you had to do and try to make the script do it20:34
pittibjf: thanks20:34
bjfpitti, i was looking at that and was thinking someone was going to task me for that20:35
bjfpitti, it's on my todo list20:35
sconklinpitti: dapper lbm is building now and can be copied as soon as it's done20:37
pittiyup, starting with hardy, and walking through the others20:38
sconklinpitti: it's done, actually20:38
sconklinpitti: thanks20:38
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pittibjf, sconklin: do you know why bug 726786 has the wrong source package? is that hardcoded, or a bug?20:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 726786 in linux (Ubuntu) "linux-ec2: 2.6.31-308.28 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72678620:53
* pitti fixes to reassign to linux-ec220:53
sconklinpitti: looks like a bug20:54
sconklinthanks for pointing it out20:54
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pittikees, jdstrand: copied linux-lts-backport-maverick (and -meta) to -updates/-security for lucid21:00
keespitti: great, thanks!21:04
pitti. o O { next time I do all this review/copy thing I'll write a script to generate the invocation of my three other scripts for all available packages.. }21:05
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pittisconklin, skaet_: I replied to the kernel-sru mail, but I'm held in moderation; whoever created that list, can you please whitelist my @ubuntu address?21:18
sconklinpitti: I'll fix it and moderate21:19
pittisconklin: thanks!21:19
pittisconklin: all copied, btw; and lucid -ec2 is out now, so feel free to upload to PPA21:19
pittiand with that, good night everyone!21:19
sconklinthianks, working on that right now21:19
keespitti: did you look at the kernel-abi-checker script I pointed you at a while ago?21:23
keespitti: it has the list of package combinations in it already21:24
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broderany core-devs want to mark the ubiquity merge proposal at the top of the queue to "work in progress"?22:29
cyphermox!regression-alert  -- I'm hoping this was already reported, but it seems like there's an issue with loading firmware for iwlagn introduced by kernel 2.6.32-29 on lucid, see bug 72765322:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 727653 in linux (Ubuntu) "initrd.img-2.6.32-29-generic breaks iwlwifi-6050" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72765322:48
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)22:48
ubottucjwatson, jdong, pitti, slangasek, ScottK, mdz, kees, ttx, marjo, seb128: reporting regression in a stable release update; investigate severity, start an incident report, perhaps have the package blacklisted from the archive22:48
cyphermoxI'm hoping I'm not ringing bells for nothing here :/22:49
ScottKJFo: ^^^22:49
JFohmmm, must have missed something22:49
cyphermoxJFo, bug 72765322:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 727653 in linux (Ubuntu) "initrd.img-2.6.32-29-generic breaks iwlwifi-6050" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72765322:50
JFothanks cyphermox :)22:50
cyphermoxthis user mentions not being able to load some iwlagn firmware with 2.6.32-2922:50
ScottKJFo: If a package needs to be blocked or something I suspext jdstrand is the most likely available timezone wise.22:51
* ScottK needs to go retrieve kids from day care.22:51
cyphermoxhuh, almost late for dinner22:52
keesit's a single driver, so it almost certainly shouldn't trigger a full package block.22:52
keescyphermox: but yeah, the kernel team should see it22:53
apwsconklin, bjf ^^22:53
cyphermoxJFo, not sure if I'm still needed, but I have to get to a dinner we organized, I'm logging back on my phone shortly22:53
sconklinpitti: still handy?23:23
TheMusosconklin: Scrollback shows that he went offline a while back.23:24
sconklinTheMuso: no biggie, thanks.23:24
apwcyphermox, ok it seems to only affect one specific intel wifi part, and as its an update they have a previous kernel which does work, so its not world ending.  we are working with the reporter to confirm isolate the fix, but it does not seem necessary to hold the package23:30
cyphermoxapw, thanks for letting me know23:34
apwcyphermox, thank you for the heads up23:36
keesI would like to review the diff between two remote branches in bzr. bzr diff lp:... lp:... does not work.23:39
keesbetter yet, I'd like to review the diff of a pending merge.23:40
RAOFThat should be available on the merge page, no?23:40
keesRAOF: but it wasn't proposed for a merge.23:40
RAOFAh.  I think “bzr diff --old=lp:… --new=lp:…” should work.23:41
* kees looks up --old23:41
keesRAOF: ah-ha, nice! yes, that works exactly.23:42
sconklincyphermox: I've attached the firmware version 4 to the bug, and requested a test. We'll continue to look at it. In the meantime, I don't think it calls for a package block. Thanks for bringing this to our attention and helping us get a fast response on this23:49
cyphermoxsconklin, thx. i didn't believe it worth blocking either.23:55

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