monish001Hello. I just tried to installed gmail voice/video plugin. The result is- The package is of bad quality03:17
monish001how come i report this bug?03:17
penalvchPlease mark bug 656575 wishlist03:32
ubot4Launchpad bug 656575 in openoffice.org (Ubuntu) (and 2 other projects) "Calc err502=sqrt(-1) (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/65657503:32
penalvchpreferably sooner than later :D03:34
micahgRedSingularity: you should *never* tell people to remove their profile folders05:20
RedSingularitymicahg: even if they back up like he did?05:22
ddecatorRedSingularity: we always tell them to make a new profile using the profile manager so they can leave the old profile untouched and test with a fresh profile (assuming this is firefox related)05:24
ddecatorask them*05:24
micahgRedSingularity: ah, ok, in that case, it's not so bad, I usually suggest creating a new profile05:25
RedSingularityddecator: thunderbird....but ok.  Will remember in the future05:25
micahgddecator: RedSingularity thunderbird also has a profile manager, it's just not as obvious05:25
RedSingularitymicahg: yeah i had him backup but if its bad practice I will refrain from it in the future :)05:25
ddecatorRedSingularity: just helps prevent accidents :)05:26
* micahg gets scared when he sees stuff like that05:26
micahgRedSingularity: the other problem is people might come along and only read part of the bug report and try what you suggested w/out backing up05:26
RedSingularitymicahg: That wasnt the issue anyway it seems.  You had suggested a video card problem?05:27
micahgRedSingularity: actually, I forgot it's natty, I blame compiz :)05:27
RedSingularitymicahg: for the scrambled text?05:27
micahgRedSingularity: but it would probably be best to show it to the compiz guys and see if they think it's caused by compiz, otherwise, I'll show it to the X guys05:28
RedSingularitymicahg: how do you suggest I show it to them?  Just email them?05:28
micahgthe intel drivers are usually pretty stable, actually I think there was just an update for an intel tearing issue05:29
micahgRedSingularity: there was an intel driver update last night, i'm curious if that will fix it05:29
RedSingularitymicahg: why would the issue only effect thunderbird tho?05:30
micahgpossibly, thunderbird might be executing something other apps don't05:30
RedSingularitymicahg: hmmm...to test compiz, I can ask him to use metacity temporarily...05:32
micahgRedSingularity: that's an idea :)05:32
RedSingularitymicahg: ok if that doesnt work do you want to show the x team?05:33
micahgRedSingularity: yep05:33
palhmbshow long would one wait for xul-runner to install via synaptic07:41
palhmbshow can I detect whether it's failing?07:41
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om26erseb128, before the next nautilus upload please merge this too https://code.launchpad.net/~om26er/ubuntu/natty/nautilus/nautilus-fix-649993/+merge/51497 builds and works fine.09:02
seb128om26er, ok, can you ask for ubuntu-sponsors review so it's listed on the sponsoring queue?09:03
seb128this way it doesn't slip through09:03
om26eri thought ~desktop-team was different, i'll subscribe sponsors09:04
seb128om26er, no it's not ;-)09:05
seb128well you get extra people who can do review and merges09:06
seb128but it doesn't hurt to have those in the normal sponsoring queue as well09:06
seb128it means the patch pilot of the day will see it09:06
seb128which might be faster than waiting on desktopers09:06
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njinHello, can someone set to triaged and critical for me bug 728360. Thanks11:15
ubot4Launchpad bug 728360 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Natty 20110302, apt require insertion of /media/cdrom during a usb installation, causing hanging of installation (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72836011:15
acarpineI'm trying to reproduce a compiz crash to obtain the stackstrace.11:30
acarpineFollowing https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash I'm using now gdb11:31
acarpinebut in my case compiz crash automatically at startup11:32
acarpinedoes anyone know how should I use gdb to catch the stacktrace in this case?11:33
schoninbenutzungi hav a question to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xscreensaver/+bug/67192311:39
ubot4Launchpad bug 671923 in xscreensaver (Ubuntu) "In XScreensaver unlock screen it is not possible to insert "€" sign (affects: 3) (heat: 22)" [Medium,Triaged]11:39
schoninbenutzungis the develloper Jamie Zawinski informed about the newest posts?11:39
schoninbenutzunghe is not listet as subscriber or as also notified11:40
camelinahatMorning folks.13:01
Fviccan anyone tell me,waht is CVE?is it different than a bug??13:35
PiciFvic: CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) is crossplatform system that keeps track of security vulnerabilities.13:39
FvicPici, what is it uses in day ti day time.n how can we use it.?13:45
FvicPici, when i was triaging bugs,(i recently started that),their were many bugs related to this,how to go through them??13:46
nemoHey guys. There are a couple of bugs I think are dupes.15:14
nemoSomeone here feel like duping 'em for me? Just in interest of tidiness?15:14
nemoI tried notifying authors but no one answered...15:14
dholbachhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek Day 4 starting in 25 minutes in #ubuntu-classroom15:36
seb128nemo, just mention those on the channel15:38
seb128nemo, some bug triager will handle them for you I'm sure15:38
nemobug #581144 - last comment15:39
ubot4Launchpad bug 581144 in gparted (Ubuntu) "gparted crashes when usb flash drive inserted. (affects: 4) (heat: 23)" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/58114415:39
nemobug #615613 - same15:41
ubot4Launchpad bug 615613 in parted (Ubuntu) "parted, fdisk, and gparted crash on printing the table (affects: 2) (heat: 17)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61561315:41
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m4gnusgood morning everyone17:06
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m4gnusSo i want to help out with triage...17:22
m4gnusproblem is i have NO idea where to begin.17:22
m4gnuscan someone point me in the right direction please?17:22
camelinahatm4gnus: I'm in much the same situation. While waiting to see if I can get hooked up with a mentor, I've been reading: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad/KnowledgeBase17:28
m4gnuscamelinahat: thank you!17:28
camelinahatm4gnus: And check out this if you're looking to get paired with a mentor: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad/Mentors17:29
m4gnusok cool thanks again17:29
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bdmurraym4gnus or camelinahat - do either of you have any specific questions I might answer?17:43
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seb128bdmurray: hi17:46
bdmurrayseb128: hello17:46
seb128bdmurray: do you know if there was some discussion about close old crash bugs from launchpad17:46
seb128like the ones for releases which are not supported anymore if they never got a comment17:46
m4gnusbdmurray: just wanted to get some literature to know where to begin...currently reading through the info that camelinahat sent me. thank you.17:47
seb128or if they didn't get a duplicate or a comment for over a year17:47
seb128bdmurray: "if there ever was some discussion" rather17:47
seb128bdmurray: seems we stack old crash bugs which happened once to one users and where retracing failed etc17:47
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bdmurrayseb128: nothing is immediately coming to mind.17:48
seb128do you think it would be something easy to script and useful to do?17:48
seb128should I email the list to start a discussion about it?17:48
bdmurrayseb128: yes, yes and no.  Personally, I don't think I could commit to it until O.17:49
seb128bdmurray: was the "no" for the email to the list?17:50
seb128why "no"? it was just to see what other bugsquaders thing about it17:51
bdmurrayseb128: okay, I'm just not sure what would come of it.17:51
seb128bdmurray: I was not especially asking you to do it and there is no hurry either17:52
bdmurrayseb128: Okay, I didn't think you were - just thought I'm the one most likely to do it.17:52
seb128you think it's not controversial, it's just a matter of having someone writting the script and do it?17:53
camelinahatbdmurray: No questions exactly, just being new to the process just a bit nervous about making any changes/package assignments etc without some guidance initially. Don't want to approach things incorrectly and end up making more work for others17:54
bdmurrayseb128: Right, I don't think its controversial because technically those bugs (or a subset of those) are or should be incomplete.  For example if they are tagged apport-retrace failed they should be automatically set to Incomplete and then they'll be eligible for expiration and auto expiration.  Here we are just doing what should have been done.17:54
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bdmurraycamelinahat, m4gnus: I suggest looking at bugs about a package you care about / use.  Then pick one that looks interesting and ask for help here.17:55
seb128bdmurray: ok thanks, I might have a go at writting the script then, I will bring back the topic at UDS if it doesn't happen before that17:55
bdmurrayseb128: In the same vein we recently stopped reporting most nspluginwrapper bugs in natty too and those also could be closed.17:56
seb128oh, yeah, there is a stack of those on launchpad still private17:57
seb128I wanted to ping chrisccoulson about that17:57
seb128it's like the component getting the most apport crashes17:57
chrisccoulsoni just want it to die17:58
chrisccoulsonplease :)17:58
micahgit was blacklisted already I think17:58
bdmurraybug 71746817:58
ubot4Launchpad bug 717468 in apport (Ubuntu Natty) (and 1 other project) "apport should not offer to report npviewer.bin crashes (affects: 1) (heat: 198)" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71746817:58
chrisccoulsonwhoever kills nspluginwrapper will get a beer at UDS17:59
chrisccoulsonseb128 ;)17:59
seb128that's the spirit!18:00
chrisccoulsonseriously though, we're just waiting for 64-bit flash18:00
chrisccoulsonnspluginwrapper is totally dead, and has been for a long time18:00
chrisccoulsonit's certainly not something i plan to spend any time on ;)18:00
micahgchrisccoulson: I have on my list to look at the merge proposal for 1.3.018:01
chrisccoulsonjust do it ;)18:01
chrisccoulsonit's not going to be any worse than what we have now18:01
ari-tczewmicahg: merge with Debian?18:01
micahgari-tczew: yeah, someone started it about 18 months ago18:01
micahgchrisccoulson: it fails to build an needs work, that's why it didn't get into maverick :)18:01
micahgand I'd actually rather spend time porting other things to xul 2.0 then nspluginwrapper18:02
chrisccoulsonari-tczew, there you go, you could maybe look at that ;)18:02
chrisccoulsonis nspluginwrapper using xpcom at all, or is it pure NPAPI?18:03
chrisccoulsonif it's not the latter, then it probably should get blacklisted for IPC18:03
micahgchrisccoulson: seems like none of the above18:06
BUGabundoits all your fault chrisccoulson18:09
chrisccoulsonit's always my fault18:10
chrisccoulsonthat's just a fact of life ;)18:10
bdmurraym4gnus and camelinahat: For example I really like gpsprune and use it a lot so would look for bugs about it since I am familiar with the software and can recreate them.  Also because I'd like it to be better.18:11
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bcurtiswxif anyone catches om26er please have him ping me18:27
* Pici sets a om26er trap18:27
bcurtiswxhe's been caught forwarding incomplete bug reports upstream! now he must be banished to the lowest depths of bit city!18:31
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MadCow108has the dpkg-reconfigure behaviour changed in natty somehow?19:18
MadCow108dpkg-reconfigure apt-listchanges does not anymore being up a configuration prompt19:20
MadCow108hm its a dpkg-reconfigure problem, postfix also does not work -.-19:27
AmpelbeinMadCow108: works here19:36
MadCow108does not work in my vm and my natty chroot19:38
MadCow108ah yes forgot to mention only natty affected19:38
MadCow108maverick works19:38
MadCow108lets check my real installation brb19:45
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MadCow108ok here it works -.- strange my vm must be f*** up19:49
bdmurraynigelb: how is the class prep going?20:25
njinHello, please set bug 728639 as triaged and critical for me. Thanks20:30
ubot4Launchpad bug 728639 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "kubuntu 20110303, ubiquity crash (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72863920:30
AmpelbeinMadCow108: did you figure out your dpkg-reconfigure problem in your vm? what kind of vm is it?20:38
CarlFKpxe/presseed - this isn't working: (doesn't show up in etc/apt/)  d-i apt-setup/local0/repository string http://ddebs.ubuntu.com natty maverick restricted universe multiverse21:08
CarlFKwhat package do I bug?21:08
CarlFKBug #728710   - anything I can do to get that triaged?21:53
ubot4Launchpad bug 728710 in debian-installer (Ubuntu) "d-i apt-setup/local0/repository not working (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72871021:53
njinHello, can someone set bug 728714 as hight for me. thanks22:06
ubot4Launchpad bug 728714 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Kubuntu 20110303, partman dont show all the disks in guided resize modality (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72871422:06
ansgarbdmurray: Could you renew my ubuntu-bugcontrol membership (aburch)? Thanks :)22:07
penalvchLooking to close Invalid bug 627365 OP not working w/ bug anymore, no reproduce steps, no document, no test in LibreOffice, failed retrace, etc. Objections? :D22:41
ubot4Launchpad bug 627365 in openoffice.org (Ubuntu) "soffice.bin crashed with SIGSEGV in free() (affects: 5) (dups: 6) (heat: 69)" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62736522:41
erkan^Hello. I have a problem with Java Chat: I cannot close java applets in my browser, when i clicking the 'X'button just nothing happens. Can someone help me?23:29

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