TheMusoIs dbus still failing in chroots for anyone else?00:00
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achiangwhat's the proper shorthand to refer to a debian BTS bug in a changelog?04:06
StevenKachiang: (Closes: #....)04:07
achiangStevenK: hm, ok... so, LP: #.... for ubuntu bugs, and just plain ol' #.... for debian bugs?04:07
StevenKNot really. (LP: #...) for Ubuntu bugs, (Closes: #...) for Debian bugs.04:08
achiangStevenK: got it, thanks04:08
achiangand... there we go. vim highlights the (Closes: #...) for me, similar to how it highlights (LP: #....)04:09
StevenKachiang: You're welcome :-)04:09
achiangcomputers are truly magical04:09
* achiang wonders how network-manager-applet builds in maverick; during link phase, i get: /bin/sed: can't read /usr/lib/libgdk_pixbuf-2.0.la: No such file or directory04:12
achiangwe don't ship *.la files anymore, as per #66576804:12
achiang(although debian does -- http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=607000)04:13
achiangvery mysterious04:14
micahgachiang: Debian policy says new ones shouldn't be added and the old ones phased out over time IIRC04:16
achiangmicahg: sure, i have no quarrel with policy. i'm just wondering how nm-applet physically built at all, since the libgdk-pixbuf-dev in maverick doesn't ship those files, and the maverick nm-applet seems to need them04:17
micahgachiang: it was removed, readded, reremoved IIRC04:17
achiangmust've been.04:18
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c2tarunwhat does this mean in a Makefile LIBS=@LIBS@05:31
didrocksgood morning07:24
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pittiGood morning07:29
sladenmorning pitti07:30
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dholbachgood morning08:12
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janimoRiddell, how would you prefer the armv7 atomic SMP safety patch, a separate one or merged with the thumb build fix (the latter is a detail in the former)09:26
Riddelljanimo: I don't think I know what you're talking about, I'm also away for the next week09:28
janimoRiddell, there's a kubuntu_22_fix_armel_ftbfs or similar now in qt4-x1109:29
janimothere's also a request to fix the arm atomics code in qt4, which touches (replaces) the same file that patch affects09:29
Riddellkubuntu_22_thumb2_support.diff ?09:29
janimoRiddell, who else can upload qt4-x11 if you're missing?09:29
janimoRiddell, right09:29
janimothat patch touches two lines in a file09:29
janimowhich a new patch would replace completely.09:30
janimowell not completely but with many more changes09:30
Riddellmobile folks like ogra or NCommander could upload, kubuntu folks like ScottK or apachelogger or debfx too09:30
RiddellI just uploaded 4.7.209:31
janimoRiddell, saw that, I'll rebase the patch I prepared for the previous version09:31
janimoRiddell, someone needs to commit to debian-git packaging before uploading to ubuntu?09:32
Riddelljanimo: no, although fabo is the guy to poke if you want them to pick it up09:32
janimoRiddell, ok thanks, have a nice next week09:32
Riddellthanks janimo09:33
NCommanderRiddell: what needs an upload?09:56
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mvodoko: apt FTBFS because doxygen-latex is in universe - we don't actually need the latex stuff in apt so I don't need a MIR. what is the best way to get apt building again?10:17
mvo(and doxygen depends on doxygen-latex)10:18
DavieyRiddell, Would you mind finishing an SRU mv from -proposed to -updates?  bug #717397 has had 39 duplicates and they still keep coming.10:19
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/71739710:19
Daviey(Or any other AA)10:19
mvoif a AA could move doxygen-latex to main, that would be good for now, its just a split out from doxygen, so no harm here10:20
RiddellDaviey: needs ubuntu-sru to approve10:21
DavieyRiddell, I guess you wouldn't accept - "<slangasek> Daviey: if the latest issue is not a regression, then I guess it's verification-done"   :)10:28
nigelbnice try :p10:29
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cjwatsonDaviey: I'll look at it10:37
cjwatsonwell, the code mentioned in the latest issue isn't in the updates->proposed diff10:41
cjwatsonso I think it's OK to track that in bug 72634810:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 726348 in squid (Ubuntu) "squid's maintainer scripts call start/stop directly instead of using invoke-rc.d" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72634810:42
pecisk_darbshi people, I wanted to ask - what are Ubuntu/Canonical plans with GNOME 3 (except GNOME Shell of course, as Canonical moves forward with Unity)?10:42
cjwatsonDaviey: released10:42
pecisk_darbswill it be available in main or universe in 11.10?10:43
Davieycjwatson, hurray!  Thanks... hopefully my inbox will thank you aswell :)10:43
Davieycjwatson, Whilst i've got you.. can you look at bug #711425... I have a debdiff on the bottom, but didn't want to upload sysvinit without talking to your team first.10:44
ubottuLaunchpad bug 711425 in sysvinit (Ubuntu) "portmap does not stop during shutdown, causing possible root fs corruption" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71142510:44
DavieyCurrently a rebuild FTBFS.10:44
Davieypecisk_darbs, You might get a faster response in #ubuntu-desktop.10:45
ograRiddell, janimo, is that the fix that works around the toolchain bug ?10:48
cjwatsonDaviey: sure, that's fine10:49
cjwatsongo ahead10:49
janimoogra, no, the SMP-safety one10:49
ograah, k10:49
janimothe toolchain workaround stays until new gcc is here - I see it is in linaro 2011.3 gcc10:49
pecisk_darbsDaviey, thanks ;)10:50
ograjanimo, right, i thought it was that one10:51
Davieycjwatson, thanks10:54
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Davieycjwatson, As it turns out, mvo uploaded the same fix an hour ago :)11:15
pittichange-override.py -S -c universe hal hal-info11:23
pittigo hal, and never come back *evil face* :)11:23
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cjwatsonDaviey: heh11:24
evpitti: yay! Now lets pretend it never existed.11:31
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debfxcjwatson: are you aware of bug #728764?12:14
ubottuLaunchpad bug 728764 in console-setup (Ubuntu) "package keyboard-configuration 1.57ubuntu9 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 255" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72876412:14
cjwatsondebfx: thanks, will look12:17
ari-tczewcjwatson: around?12:53
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pittiseb128: sizes of http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/20110304/ look a lot better :)13:27
seb128pitti, \o/13:28
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pittimvo: are you still running the automatic upgrade tests, or is that QA now? I wonder if we can just close bug 711896, it looks like a temporary uninstallability during X.org transition?13:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 711896 in update-manager (Ubuntu Natty) "Upgrade to Natty fails to install xserver-xorg-core" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71189613:30
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mvopitti: I still run it, it did not show up there (this particular failure)13:40
pittimvo: ok, thanks; I'll close it13:40
mdzdid anyone else have nautilus and gnome-terminal crash with today's updates?13:43
mdzfor me, apport was upgraded in the same run, so there were no crash reports left :-/13:43
pittimdz: I did see terminal crashes during dist-upgrade (and only then); it was already reported on LP, so I didn't file another one13:45
pittinot today, but a few days/weeks ago13:45
mdzpitti, hmm, I installed updates yesterday morning and didn't have a problem, but when I installed updates today, I had both crash13:50
mdz[175077.487871] gnome-terminal[2001] general protection ip:7f9ddc1dfcfd sp:7fff32b76770 error:0 in libgobject-2.0.so.0.2800.1[7f9ddc1ac000+4e000]13:50
mdz[175082.019491] nautilus[8873]: segfault at fe82 ip 00007f5bd0773d28 sp 00007fff784ec690 error 4 in libgobject-2.0.so.0.2800.1[7f5bd0740000+4e000]13:50
mdzalmost simultaneously13:50
mdzpitti, so most likely it's not caused by the same update13:54
mdzpitti, I'm having trouble finding the bug, do you happen to have it around?13:54
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pittimdz: hm, I don't remember any more in which function it crashed, I'm afraid13:57
seb128pitti, what bug?13:57
mdzseb128, gnome-terminal (and in my case nautilus) crashing while installing updates13:58
pittiseb128: terminals crashing during dist-upgrade13:58
seb128mdz, pitti: do you have a stacktrace?13:58
mdzseb128, I don't. apport was being upgraded at the same time, so it was turned off :-(13:58
seb128upgrading apport turns it off?13:59
pittiseb128: dh_installnit stops/starts during dist-upgrade13:59
pittiseb128: it was already reported on LP, and I forgot the signature, sorry13:59
pittiseb128: I recently looked at bug 71809814:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 718098 in nautilus (Ubuntu) "nautilus crashed with SIGSEGV in g_str_hash()" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71809814:00
pittiwhich got fixed recently14:00
seb128no worry, I was rather curious14:00
pitticould have been that, but not sure14:00
scott-upstairsScottK, ping14:00
pittiargh, silly me, I was looking at gnome-terminal14:00
pittiseb128, mdz: I got bug 72191514:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 721915 in libdbusmenu (Ubuntu) "gnome-terminal crashed with SIGSEGV in g_type_check_instance_cast()" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72191514:00
pittidefinitively, I confirmed it14:01
ScottKscott-upstairs: Pong14:01
scott-upstairsScottK, we spoke several weeks ago backporting ubuntu studio applications and wanted to follow up with a few questions14:01
seb128pitti, is that still happening?14:01
scott-upstairsoriginally i had already intended to start but was delayed14:01
pittiseb128: I got several crashes during upgrade in the last week or two; didn't see it in this week though, I think14:01
seb128we got pretty much all libdbusmenu known crashers fixed for the a3 image14:01
seb128bug some of the fixes landed only tuesday this week14:01
seb128but if you still have issues on current versions let us know14:02
mdzah, I've experienced similar crashes as in bug 721915 but hadn't noticed it being correlated with installing updates14:02
ubottuLaunchpad bug 721915 in libdbusmenu (Ubuntu) "gnome-terminal crashed with SIGSEGV in g_type_check_instance_cast()" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72191514:02
pittiseb128: above bug is still open14:02
seb128chrisccoulson fixed it I think14:02
scott-upstairsScottK, in working with luke i usually built stuff in ppa with a ppa version number (e.g. -1ubuntu1~ppa1) and luke corrected it when pushing to the repos14:02
scott-upstairsScottK, i want to make this closer to what is expect so...14:02
seb128it's just that sometimes launchpad cleaning is not done14:03
seb128chrisccoulson, ^14:03
scott-upstairsScottK, i need to build in ppa for others to test but i was going to update the changelog with 'dch -i'14:03
pittiseb128: so I guess mdz still had an older libdbusmenu running at the time of the upgrade?14:03
scott-upstairsScottK, will this be acceptable as a version number or would you prefer something else?14:03
mdzpitti, that's possible14:04
seb128well in any case if anyone get libdbusmenu issues with current version let us know14:05
ScottKscott-upstairs: If the thing you want to backport is (for example) 1.2.0-1ubuntu1 it will be backported to maverick as 1.2.0-1ubuntu1~maverick1.  You should put it in the PPA as 1.2.0-1ubuntu1~maverick1~ppa1 so that people can upgrade to the proper backport once it's done.14:05
ScottKYou can do this with dch -bv1.2.0-1ubuntu1~maverick1~ppa114:06
scott-upstairsScottK, oustanding!  the plan again is for me to build in ppa, two others to test and report in bug report, and i will include a debdiff to the report14:06
scott-upstairsScottK, i should start either today or during this weekend :)14:07
ScottKscott-upstairs: OK.  One other tester is sufficient.  Two doesn't hurt though.14:07
scott-upstairsScottK, even better :)  thank you14:07
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smoseranyone locale knowledgeable here ?14:22
smoseri am completely not14:22
smoserafter installing something like 'language-pack-fr language-pack-gnome-fr'14:22
smoseris there anything else i have to do?  my goal is to get functional french gnome-desktop.14:23
pittismoser: that should work14:23
pittithat'll take care of creating the necessary locales, then you just need to pick the language in gdm14:24
smoserdo i need to run locale-gen ?14:24
pittismoser: no, it should happen autoamtically14:24
pittiafter installation, locale -a should have the French ones14:25
hallyn_interesting - I just did 'debcommit -r -R --changelog=changelog', and ended up with14:55
hallyn_committer: Serge Hallyn <serge@peq>14:55
hallyn_even though my ubuntu.com address is in both the changelog and $DEBEMAIL14:56
mvodoko: apt FTBFS because doxygen-latex is in universe - we don't actually need the latex stuff in apt so I don't need a MIR. what is the best way to get apt building again? does a archive-admin need to move it to main?15:06
dokomvo: no, should be main. I thought I had accepted it as such15:06
mvodoko: rmadison still tells me universe, does it take a while to propergate?15:07
cjwatsonit says universe on the master archive too15:07
dokojust promoted15:07
mvocool, thanks15:08
dokomvo: so in about 90min15:08
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dholbachLast day of https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek starting in 15 minutes in #ubuntu-classroom15:45
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nemohttp://m8y.org/tmp/temp.txt - worth a bug?15:56
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evmvo: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~mvo/+junk/apt-clone/revision/21 - couldn't you do that with fakechroot, to avoid the root dependency?  Just a thought, if it's fine as uid 0 with you, it doesn't bother me one bit :)16:16
mvoev: excellent idea, let me try that16:19
hallynmvo: I pushed a new commit to lp:~vmbuilder-dev/vmbuilder/packaging.  Is there anything else I need to do to make a build happen?  (it has the upstream bzr commit id in it, ...)16:25
hallynmvo: nm, i was thinking the buidl would get automatically triggered, but i recon i need to build a src package and dput it16:27
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mdzhallyn, yes, eventually we want that to trigger a build but we're not quite there yet16:27
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mvohallyn: bzr-buildpackage -S in the meantime :)16:28
mdzhallyn, you want bzr builddeb16:28
mdzmvo, or that, bzr builddeb is shorter :-)16:28
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mvomdz: heh :) bzr bd trumps all!16:33
mdzmvo, ah! didn't know about that :-)16:34
mvomdz: a bit too terse for my taste. I guess i use bzr-buildpackage because it allows bzr-<tab>16:34
hallynmdz: mvo: thanks :)16:35
hallynI'm never quite sure about the subtle differences between aliases, so I went ahead with 'bzr-buildpackage -S' this time16:35
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mdzbdmurray, I was thinking of writing a script to semi-automatically fix the bugpattern tags on bugs for which bugpatterns exist. or is that something you have already?17:50
bdmurraymdz: no that is not but it sounds useful17:52
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bdmurray@pilot in18:57
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mdzbdmurray, do you see any reason for https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/desktopcouch/+bug/451767 to be private?19:28
ubottuError: Bug 451767 is private19:28
mdzI think it's a mistake19:29
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ari-tczewis there anyone who is familiar with udev?19:39
Ampelbeinari-tczew: there sure is anyone.19:40
ari-tczewAmpelbein: you?19:40
Ampelbeinari-tczew: unless you ask the question you have, I don't know if I can help.19:41
ari-tczewif Debian has blocked dh_installudev in d/rules and we have in delta changes related to udev, should do I enable dh_installudev in d/rules?19:42
nigelbkirkland: ping, re:lightning talks19:44
nigelbstgraber: ping, you around?19:45
Ampelbeinari-tczew: you only need dh_installudev if you have a udev rule file to install. what package are you looking at?19:46
ari-tczewAmpelbein: sane-backends-extras19:46
mdeslaurc2tarun: fyi, last time you merged sbuild, you appear to have dropped a whole revision from it19:48
nigelbhighvolt1ge: hey, you around?19:48
mdeslaurc2tarun: ie: 0.60.8-1ubuntu319:49
keesc2tarun: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-branches/ubuntu/natty/sbuild/natty/revision/39#debian/changelog19:49
nigelbok, does anyone have a way of getting to stgraber and kirkland? phone number perhaps?19:50
* nigelb prays and quickly sends an email19:51
Ampelbeinari-tczew: in that package, the debian way of not installing the empty udev rule seems ok and as long as you don't add devices you don't need to install the rule file. But there should be some documentation for the enduser to have an easy way of adding devices19:52
cody-somervillenigelb, Sent kirkland a text message for you.19:53
stgrabernigelb: yep19:53
stgrabernigelb: what's up ?19:53
nigelbcody-somerville: thank you!19:53
ari-tczewmdeslaur: you shall send grievances to sponsor as well19:53
nigelbstgraber: lightning talks at UDW :)19:53
stgrabernigelb: yep, in 7 minutes right ?19:53
nigelbstgraber: could you join #ubuntu-classroom-backstage so I can coordinate the show better? :)19:53
nigelbstgraber: yup, 7 and a few more19:53
nigelbI'll go in order19:53
mdeslaurari-tczew: ah, yes, good idea19:54
nigelbcody-somerville: I owe you :)19:54
ari-tczewAmpelbein: so if user wants to add device, he has to change d/rules and rebuild package?19:56
c2tarunmdeslaur: ping19:57
mdeslaurc2tarun: yes619:57
Ampelbeinari-tczew: no, he has to create an udev rule19:57
c2tarunmdeslaur: what do you mean by revision?19:58
ari-tczewAmpelbein: if we keep enabled dh_installudev, does still user need to create an udev rule?19:58
mdeslaurc2tarun: 0.60.8-1ubuntu3 was already in the archive, and you did a merge, but started with 0.60.8-1ubuntu219:58
ari-tczewc2tarun: 0.60.8-1ubuntu3 <- that's Ubuntu revision of sbuild package.19:58
Ampelbeinari-tczew: no, then he only has to enter device id in the rulefile19:58
ari-tczewAmpelbein: It looks like Ubuntu is very problematic system for common user.19:59
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c2tarunI am extremely sorry for that, but I can't merge by myself, I mean I dont have merging rights. Anyway thanks for telling :) I'll keep that in mind from next time. What can I do about it now?20:00
Ampelbeinari-tczew: not really. the cases where a script has to be run for a hardware device to work are rather rare.20:00
Ampelbeinari-tczew: in most cases it should work out of the box20:01
ari-tczewAmpelbein: Yep, I just wanted to write about out of the box.20:01
ari-tczewAmpelbein: Anyway, I'll stick with Debian. Thanks! ;-)20:01
mdeslaurc2tarun: nothing, I have fixed it. Just make sure that your merge requests are against the current package. Your sponsor should have caught that, but apparently didn't.20:02
mdeslaurc2tarun: I just wanted to let you know so you know to look for that in the future.20:02
c2tarunmdeslaur: I am very sorry about that mistake, I am new and the time I have asked for that merge I might be a bit confuse, but  I have a pretty good idea how thing works now, Thanks a lot for telling, I'll keep that in mind20:03
highvolt1genigelb: yup20:03
mdeslaurc2tarun: it's ok :)20:03
nigelbhighvolt1ge: I wanted to get to stg raber, but found him :D20:03
highvolt1genigelb: yeah sorry I guess I should've caught up with backlog before answering :)20:04
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nigelbhighvoltage: heh, no no.  Thanks for the pong :)20:04
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ari-tczewmdeslaur: don't you merge sbuild with Debian?20:06
mdeslaurari-tczew: what do you mean?20:08
ari-tczewmdeslaur: There is newer version in Debian unstable.20:09
mdeslaurari-tczew: what's your point?20:09
ari-tczewmdeslaur: Merge with Debian unstable. I thought that you're going to merge with Debian unstable.20:10
mdeslaurari-tczew: no, I just added back a ubuntu-specific change that got left out during the last merge20:10
ari-tczewmdeslaur: I know why c2tarun has forgot about *ubuntu3 changes.20:10
mdeslaurari-tczew: why20:11
ari-tczewmdeslaur: c2tarun used Merge-o-Matic for merge. ubuntu3 was uploaded by kees 17th Feb, but last MoM update was 15th Feb. So merge delivered by MoM bases on ubuntu2.20:11
ari-tczewmdeslaur: look https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2011-March/032627.html20:12
mdeslaurari-tczew: yes, and either he or his sponsor should have noticed that before uploading20:12
ari-tczewmdeslaur: probably sponsor based on MoM as well.20:13
keesa proper debdiff between what was in the archive (or bzr tree) vs the pending upload should have caught that.20:13
mdeslaurDon't we usually turn MoM off after feature freeze?20:14
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ari-tczewkees: Well, I understand that contributor and his sponsor (developer) should be more careful, but if you would work day-to-day with MoM, you would trust it, so I would like to forget they as human error.20:15
ari-tczewmdeslaur: why?20:16
ScottKmdeslaur: Canonical used to do that, but that hasn't been the intent for some time.  Merges can be bug fix, so it makes sense to keep it running.20:16
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keesari-tczew: sure, it's human error. however, doing good checks before upload reduces those chances of error.20:17
mdeslaurScottK: yeah, that makes sense20:17
ari-tczewScottK: +1, I mentioned it on lists.20:17
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GunnarHjbdmurray: Hi Brian, do you possibly have time to help with a couple of uploads to lucid-backports and maverick-backports? It's bug 719815.20:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 719815 in maverick-backports "Please backport gdm and language-selector to Lucid and Maverick" [Wishlist,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71981520:23
bdmurrayGunnarHj: I'll take a look20:23
bdmurrayGunnarHj: actually I don't have upload rights for gdm.  Sorry!20:25
GunnarHjbdmurray: Ok, I see.20:25
bdmurrayGunnarHj: you might check with micahg or NCommander20:30
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GunnarHjbdmurray: Thanks for the tips; will do.20:41
bdmurrayGunnarHj: Either of them are likely to be around now. I'd htink.20:41
GunnarHjNCommander: Hi Michael, looking for somebody with gdm upload rights. Do you possibly have time to help with a couple of backports uploads? It's bug 719815.20:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 719815 in maverick-backports "Please backport gdm and language-selector to Lucid and Maverick" [Wishlist,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71981520:48
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bdmurray@pilot out20:56
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cndstgraber, one of the packages in the utouch package set is libgrip, which isn't in universe yet21:16
cndit's now ready to be uploaded21:16
cndam I able to help out with this initial upload?21:16
cndor does that require a motu?21:16
cndbdrung, cody-somerville ^^?21:17
broder_cnd: the last comment on the bug was that it looks like it needs an FFe21:18
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cndbroder_, yeah, we're working on that21:18
cndwill have that done shortly21:18
brodercnd: cool. i don't know how the lp permissions work in this case, but i'm happy to take your word that it's ready to be sponsored as someone who has permissions on that set if you can't upload it21:19
cndbroder, ok21:19
cndI suppose it probably doesn't hurt for me to try to dput it when the time comes21:20
cndworst that should happen is a reject21:20
bdmurray@pilot in21:36
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* ari-tczew got sponsors overview less to 6.21:48
cyphermoxari-tczew, would you mind looking at my merge again, please?21:54
ari-tczewcyphermox: yes21:56
cyphermoxari-tczew, thanks22:05
stgrabercnd: what's your LP login ? (just to check you upload acls)22:08
cndstgraber, chasedouglas22:28
ari-tczewpitti: could you take a look on bug 729352 as well?22:29
ubottuLaunchpad bug 729352 in sane-backends-extras (Ubuntu) "[FFe] Merge sane-backends-extras (universe) from Debian unstable (main)" [Wishlist,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72935222:29
cndstgraber, are the acls publicly viewable?22:32
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ari-tczewcyphermox: looks fine. however, lack of time for sponsor it today. it will go tomorrow.22:48
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cyphermoxari-tczew, np, thanks a bunch22:49
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