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iktif there is an issue booting up onto a live cd03:48
iktwhat is the recommended action?03:48
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bullgard4What package is the Disk Mounter applet associated with in order to report a bug?10:18
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whoelseI lack some understanding how bugs are treated regarding different "levels". ( example: #621265 is "in" Linux (high, confirmed); linux(ubuntu) (medium, confirmed); linux (Ubuntu Maverick) (medium, incomplete)). Where do those differences come from?14:41
whoelsethat question was not particularly clear :-(   by "different levels" I mean Linux vs. linux(ubuntu) vs. linux(ubuntu maverick), the differences I was asking about are: Importance high vs. medium and status: confirmed vs. incomplete14:46
timcwhoelse, check out https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Status and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Importance  - for information on what the different statuses are used for15:08
yofelwhoelse: as for the task names:15:12
yofellinux(ubuntu) is the general task, which means the bug is tracked against the development release15:12
yofellinux(ubuntu maverick) is a task that tracks this bug seperately for the maverick release15:12
yofelthe last variant is used by developers to indicate that the bug is important for that particular release and it's mostly used to track SRUs15:12
ubot4`Stable Release Update information is at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates15:12
whoelsetimc: thx, I (think I) know then basic meaning, what I cannot grasp is why the same bug has different importances and different status in the three ?projects? and how they are related to each other (dependency...) regarding bugs15:14
yofelwhoelse: as for the Linux task (without ubuntu), that is a task that tracks the status of the upstream bug that's linked on launchpad. Here auto-bugzilla.intellinuxwireless.org #193215:14
whoelseyofel: thx, I was typing while you responded :-)15:15
yofeltrue. the linux(Fedora) task is also a link to another bug in the red had bugtracker. In this case for the Fedora distribution15:16
whoelseyofel: I think I get it - slowly  - what bothers me is especially "incomplete" in ubuntu maverick, when it is "confirmed" in ubuntu15:27
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bdmurraymvo: the traceback in bug 707990 looks like it is really an aptdaemon bug is that right?15:37
ubot4`Launchpad bug 707990 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "update-manager crashed with DBusException in _convert_dbus_exception(): org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken. (affects: 2) (dups: 1) (heat: 18)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs15:37
mvobdmurray: I think this is the one that gets triggered if a policykit prompt is unanswered for more than 5min15:43
bdmurraymvo: the traceback show _on_clicked .. cancel()15:46
bdmurraymvo: so I think there are 2 that look similar, unanswered and cancel clicked15:48
mvobdmurray: indeed, sorry, I overlooked that part15:48
bdmurraymvo: well I could have said that at the beginning ;-)15:48
mvothanks, reassinged to aptdaemon and confirmed15:50
xteejxHey guys, anyone here?16:51
xteejxbug 689214, and quite a few others, the previous triager isn't much help at all16:52
ubot4`Launchpad bug 689214 in ubuntu "Cannot connect Kodak C613 digital camera to F-spot. (affects: 1) (heat: 35)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/68921416:52
xteejxand by simply asking if they can upgrade cures no problems at all, BAD triaging!!16:53
xteejxbug 689228, another example, coul have tranlsated it themselves and edited description (doing it now)16:58
ubot4`Launchpad bug 689228 in ubuntu "eingefrorener Bildschirm (affects: 1) (heat: 35)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/68922816:58
charlie-tcaThat would have been njin, I think. He has been spoken to about that kind of triaging, I believe.17:02
xteejxcharlie-tca: Is that who FM is?17:03
xteejxcharlie-tca: Ps, Hi :)17:03
charlie-tcaHello, xteejx17:03
charlie-tcayes, that would be njin17:03
xteejxOk, no probs, just thought a karma of 17525 would know better that's all :)17:03
* xteejx **rant over**17:04
charlie-tcaHe is not bug control yet17:04
xteejxJust BSq I saw that17:04
charlie-tcaSometimes, I think he can do really good17:04
xteejxI think my renewal is coming up soon17:04
xteejxI'll admit I've had some off days where I've completly went off on something else altogether by not reading the description when I've been tired17:05
xteejxbut you know... lol17:05
charlie-tcayeah, I have done that, too17:05
xteejxwhew! glad I'm not the only one :)17:06
charlie-tcaHe has had his share of being yelled at, though17:06
xteejxOhhh hang on was he the guy that wasin 2 days ago asking something REALLY obvious?17:06
charlie-tcaHe gets jumped by two or three people somedays.17:06
charlie-tcaThat sounds right17:06
xteejxno I mean it was really f'ing stupid lol17:07
xteejxOops, irc! I forget,17:07
charlie-tcaI don't know then, but we do all learn at different speed, and for some, it is really hard17:07
charlie-tcabut, we do have about 20+ new people trying to learn, too17:08
xteejxI'm hardly the brightest here, I mean yeah I'm a smart guy but never coded or anything and I can do it17:08
xteejxits effort, asking questions, taking notes, looking at others' work17:08
xteejxthat's how I learnt17:09
xteejxI think I might become a mentor17:09
charlie-tcaYeah, that was my method too, but it won't work for some people.17:09
charlie-tcaWe need more mentors17:09
xteejxSign me up then!17:09
xteejxI've been in BC for over 2 years, think I got it by now lol17:10
charlie-tcaNow I have to find the pages17:11
xteejxI'll have a look, assume its on the wiki somehwere17:11
xteejxCheers charlie :)17:13
charlie-tcavish: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad/Mentors/AdminList  is not up to date, but I don't think I know the changes.17:13
xteejxApplicaiotn sent17:18
xteejxApplication even17:18
xteejxanyways, I'm off for now, catch you all laater and thanks charlie-tca :)17:19
vishcharlie-tca: i'm not sure what to do with that page either.. :)  that was the old page we used when assigning mentee to mentor17:24
vishand the admins on that page were supposed to keep up..17:24
charlie-tcaWant to delete the page entirely?17:24
charlie-tcaI know how to do that17:24
vishsure, no probs for me :)17:25
charlie-tcaOkay. I will go take care of it then17:25
pedro_QA Team Meeting at #ubuntu-quality in ~10 mins17:50
kamusinfolks, do you know if there is an issue with some formats of current documentation.. seems like yelp is doing something wrong with some packages (for example banshee - nautilus if you press F1)19:27
bullgard4kamusin: I agree: There is an issue with some formats of current documentation.. seems like yelp is doing something wrong with some packages, for example Banshee.19:59
bullgard4kamusin: I am speaking about Ubuntu 11.04.20:00
bullgard4kamusin: You better file a bug report to Launchpad.20:01
kamusinbullgard4, yes I think so..20:05
kamusinwell is done, thanks for your comment bullgard420:12
timcSomeone able to check Bug #414181  - hoping to have it set to Triaged/Medium   it's quite an old one21:04
ubot4`Launchpad bug 414181 in update-manager (Ubuntu) (and 2 other projects) "Update Manager, "install" button does nothing when u-m was opened by itself (affects: 31) (dups: 5) (heat: 116)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/41418121:04
charlie-tcatimc: done21:11
timcthanks charlie21:11
njinHello, when a patch is released on bugzillla, i've to attach it to LP report too?21:31
charlie-tcanjin: no, it is not necessary to attach it to the launchpad report. The bugzilla report number is there, right?21:44
charlie-tcaThe launchpad bug report should stay in triaged status until the app with the patch included is in the repository21:45
bdmurraytimc: How should I go about trying bug 404241 again?21:49
ubot4`Launchpad bug 404241 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "dist-upgrade to karmic removed audacious (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/40424121:49
timcbdmurray, there have been a few releases since that bug was submitted.  Yours is the only one I could find similar.  Perhaps when you update to 11.04 (natty) you could check on it then?21:52
bdmurraytimc: I guess I feel that the standard reply is a little inappropriate here especially the wording regarding 'there hasn't been any activity in recently'.21:58
bdmurrayI'd rather hear I scoured the depths of launchpad and could find no bugs similar to yours and since its been awhile since you reported yours it might have been a transitory problem in the archive.22:00
bdmurrayor something like that.22:00
timcAppreciate the feedback.  Thanks.22:01
decoderguys, I'm getting "gtk-update-icon-cache: The generated cache was invalid." for all ubuntu-mono icon themes since natty upgrade23:39
decoderany idea? I haven't found a bug so far23:40

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