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BUGabundo(2011-05-21 01:10:53) fta: BUGabundo, your compact mode is windows only01:11
BUGabundo(2011-05-21 01:11:05) fta: BUGabundo, http://src.chromium.org/viewvc/chrome?view=rev&revision=8497101:11
BUGabundobjsnider: ^^^^^^01:11
BUGabundo(2011-05-21 01:11:36) fta: http://peter.sh/2011/05/compact-navigation-print-preview-and-the-css3-grid-layout-module/01:11
BUGabundoanyone here assembled a micro atx ?02:34
BUGabundowith ARM?02:34
bjsniderBUGabundo, yeah, i know it's not fabien's fault. they just haven't added the feature to linux yet. is the codebase shared, or is it completely different for each platform?03:15
BUGabundonor I was saying it was anyone fault03:15
BUGabundomuch less fta03:16
Some_PersonWill natty+1 use unity by defaul?03:44
Some_Personwill it have GNOME 3 as well?03:46
jbichaDo you know the difference between Gnome 3 and Gnome Shell?03:47
Some_Personjbicha: GNOME Shell is a part of GNOME 303:48
jbichathe Oneiric CD will have Unity & Gnome 3 but not Gnome Shell; GS will be in the repositories though for easy install03:48
Some_PersonHow do you pronounce "oneiric"?03:49
arandAs little as possible :þ03:50
Some_PersonMy brain wants to say own-aye-rick03:51
jbichait's a mentioned 2/3 down the way down this page: http://lwn.net/Articles/441578/03:52
Some_Persondictionary.com says differently: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/oneiric03:53
jbichawell, it's like ubuntu, not consistently pronouncable03:56
Some_Personubuntu = ooh-boon-too -- that's pretty well established03:57
jbichaI think more users say you-bun-too03:58
jbichaat least that seems the American way of saying it03:58
Some_PersonBefore I found out the proper way to say it, I called it ooh-bun-too03:58
Some_PersonI'm an American, and I've heard lots of people say it like that03:59
mysteriousdarrendepends on the part of the country04:00
Some_PersonI'm from Texas04:00
coz_Some_Person,  mark shuttlworth put a pronounciation on it,,  oh ner ic04:05
coz_Some_Person,  actually just looked at this from UDS   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjyNTCHVyxs04:06
coz_they play with the pronounciation on that video04:07
Omegacoz_: I looked for it in that video, I think that bit was left out of the video.04:08
coz_Omega,  oh!  mm let me check04:08
Omega(I was looking for the video to answer his question too)04:09
coz_Omega,  on that video at about 30.49 it begins about the pronounciation04:09
coz_rather   26:3004:09
coz_of course you have to compensate for the south african "drawl"  :)04:10
OmegaOh, it was at the end, I thought it was at the beginning.04:10
coz_so essentially  " ohnearic"04:14
coz_oh near ic04:14
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bjsniderthe correct answer to the question "how do you pronounce oneiric" is "however you want."04:37
bjsniderit's probably the least important issue in the world right now04:38
bjsniderso it would be better to focus your thoughts on something more important04:38
OmegaI just call it ocelot04:38
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sagacijust wondering when daily ubuntu iso's will be available14:06
sagacifor oneiric14:06
ubottuA schedule of Oneiric Ocelot (11.10) release milestones can be found here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OneiricReleaseSchedule14:07
sagaciyeah, but there's no milestone for availability of daily isos, just wondering if they're coming soon, before alpha 114:08
BUGabundoevening folks20:30
penguin42Hey Bugs20:34
yofelHuh, we got firefox 5.0~b2..20:36
penguin42anything fun and new?20:40
BUGabundoyofel: and 620:40
BUGabundoand now there's a ppa for that new branch of it20:40
BUGabundoweird name20:40
BUGabundo[offtopic] why 42! http://groups.google.com/group/alt.fan.douglas-adams/msg/d1064f7b2780869220:40
yofelwell, I know we have firefox-trunk in the dailies, but didn't know we're going from 4.0 to 5 so soon ^^20:41
penguin42I guess that means 5 is due for release before October20:42
BUGabundoyofel: 5 and 6 planed for the next months20:42
BUGabundomaybe even 7 this year20:42
BUGabundo8,9,10, and 11 for next year20:42
penguin42have they got large enough major changes to justify a major version bump?20:43
BUGabundopenguin42: 5 is meant for early july20:43
penguin42yeh but what is the 5 goodness?20:43
BUGabundoyeah, one major one: CHROME20:43
* yofel backs up .mozilla and restarts firefox20:44
yofelhm, sure doesn't feel any different from 4 so far...20:51
penguin42they seem to be in major number exaggeration20:55
penguin42someone trying to catch up with IE numbering21:01
rwwsomeone trying to validate decreased security support lengths21:04
jbichayeah the user-facing changes are minimal, it might be a 4.1 under the old numbering, but it will help get bug fixes & even some features out sooner21:15
jbicha*it might have been21:15
jbichaon Windows, Firefox 4 users will be upgraded to 5 automatically on release, like Chrome does21:16
yofelwell, from a windows POV it doesn't really matter, but do they expect us to put new major releases in -updates o.O?21:19
bjsniderthat is the plan i think21:22
penguin42that would be a mess, people tend to stick to a particular version if they use it in in a large organisation where they have to check it still works with all the sites they need21:23
penguin42just taking security fixes21:23
rwwyofel: there've already been new major releases of Firefox in -security in the past.21:23
rwwhttp://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=firefox => hardy started with 3.0 and now has 3.6. The now EOL versions between it and lucid had similar situations.21:26
rwwand I think releases before it. I forget the exact details.21:27
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BUGabundogreat... ff5 broke the addon that is the ONLY reason I use FF :(22:06
BUGabundoNoSquint RIP22:07
jbichayes, I expect Firefox 5 to be in natty-updates shortly after it's released, I don't believe Mozilla plans to support 4 once 5 is out22:29
jbichaso it's a big shift from how they used to do updates22:29
BUGabundonot that big22:30
BUGabundowill just be of major release number22:30
BUGabundoas opposed to minor security :P22:31
BUGabundonow it adds new features22:31
BUGabundowhen are we gonna have this too?23:23
penguin42hmm I wonder if that's IPSets23:24
penguin42well what is it then?23:26
penguin42because ipset is apparently new in 2.6.3923:27
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OmegaWe should install preloader by default, so we get shorter application startup times.23:55

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