pooliehi all01:15
RAOFHey poolie01:16
siretartScottK: s/CODEC_TYPE_VIDEO/AVMEDIA_TYPE_VIDEO/, and similar for audio05:45
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pittiGood morning everyone08:00
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DavieyIs anyone able to fix the sponsorship queue?09:26
tkamppeterpitti, hi09:26
pittihey tkamppeter09:27
tkamppeterpitti, it is about the color management Blueprint.09:28
tkamppeterpitti, I have done the needed packaging and MIR work as far as I could in the moment.09:28
pittiwe currently have some trouble syncing colord from Debian, as we don't support tar.xz tarballs yet; but we can just reupload that as tar.bz2 or tar.gz for ubuntu09:29
tkamppeterpitti, I have updated argyll and libiccc, now with one source package (argyll), but it is still in the NEW queue due to the new binary packages. To get also the MIR (still TODO) done before FF we need to get it through the NEW queue quickly.09:30
tkamppeterpitti, does this mean that we do not get colord in in time? Or do we need to have our own independent package for one cycle until we get a new dpkg in the next cycle?09:31
pittitkamppeter: it's a launchpad issue, not dpkg; RAOF can just reupload it in time for FF09:32
tkamppeterpitti, we also need to sync in the new package icc-profiles from Debian non-free to Multiverse and then MIR it into Restricted.09:33
tkamppeterpitti, is it a problem to do the MIRs and rebuild CUPS, Foomatic, Ghostscript, and g-c-c with colord support after FF?09:34
pittithis is a new feature, so it'll need a FFE, yes09:34
seb128well we should be able to land that before ff09:35
seb128like the package is ready, I will ping mterry and didrocks for review09:35
tkamppeterpitti, can there be done one FFE bug report for the whole color management stack?09:35
pittitkamppeter: icc-profiles is already in oneiric/multiverse09:35
seb128then rebuilds are easy to di09:35
pittitkamppeter: yes, with individual tasks for the affected sources09:35
tkamppeterpitti, so icc-profiles is ready for a MIR?09:35
pittiseb128: well, you probably need an additional configure switch, new build dep, and testing09:36
pittitkamppeter: yes09:36
seb128pitti, right, well for g-c-c that seems doable09:37
seb128not speaking about the other part of the stack09:37
tkamppeterpitti, bug 821861 did not get an answer yet.09:38
ubottuLaunchpad bug 821861 in Ubuntu "Please sync icc-profiles from debian unstable" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82186109:38
pittitkamppeter: closed09:39
tjaaltonseems like oneiric fails to mount ntfs partitions on boot09:39
tkamppeterpitti, also closed.09:39
pittimeh, LP is timeout-o-rama today09:39
pittievery other bug operation times out09:40
tjaalton"serious errors were found while checking the disk drive..", though it mounts just fine later on09:40
RAOFpitti: Launchpad *can't* handle .tar.xz when syncing, but will happily accept PPA uploads with .tar.xz?  Strange.09:42
pittiRAOF: hm, bug 619152 sas it's still pending in LP09:43
ubottuLaunchpad bug 619152 in Launchpad itself "Add data.tar.xz support" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61915209:43
pittiRAOF: did you try it with a PPA?09:43
RAOFpitti: Yeah.  Well, Laney did.  Let me see... yeah, bug #742408 is the relevant one.  619152 is for debs with xz compression, not orig.tar.xz09:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 742408 in Launchpad itself "Support xz compression in source packages" [Low,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74240809:46
RAOFHave you tried syncing it across, and it failed?09:46
RAOFTime to make dinner!09:47
pittiRAOF: yes, see #u-desktop09:47
tkamppeterpitti, MIR for icc-profiles posted.09:48
Laneydon't confuse .data.tar.gz with .orig.tar.gz09:48
Laneythe latter works, the former does not09:49
LaneyI can manually upload colord if you want?09:49
tkamppeterpitti, as bug 82258709:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 822587 in icc-profiles (Ubuntu) "[MIR] icc-profiles" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82258709:49
pittiLaney: perhaps the internal sync tool has an extra check for that still, so it's worth a try09:52
cjwatsonLaney: wait please?09:53
cjwatsonLaney: I want to investigate this09:53
Laney/just/ in time09:53
LaneyI was hovering over enter :-)09:53
cjwatsonit's good news that Debian supports .orig.tar.xz now though09:54
cjwatsonpitti: what was your sync-source command line, please?09:55
pitticjwatson: sync-source.py -b raof colord09:55
tkamppeterpitti, there is also a small, trivial printer driver package in the NEW queue, rastertosag-gdi (bug 700141), which I want to get into main and two other printer driver MIRs: c2esp for Kodak inkjets (bug 821940) and ptouch-driver for Brother label printers (bug 821943). All rather small and simple packages, consuming nearly no CD space. Would be great to have them on the Oneiric CDs.09:55
ubottuLaunchpad bug 700141 in Ubuntu "[needs-packaging] rastertosag-gdi - Ricoh Aficio SP1100s is Windows-only (GDI) printer" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/70014109:55
ubottuLaunchpad bug 821940 in c2esp (Ubuntu) "[MIR] c2esp" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82194009:55
ubottuLaunchpad bug 821943 in ptouch-driver (Ubuntu) "[MIR] ptouch-driver" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82194309:55
cjwatsonheh, that's easy, it's a flush-syncs bug :-09:58
cjwatsonshonky script that it is09:58
pitti\o/ thanks cjwatson09:59
LaneyI think that's the first .orig.tar.xz package in Debian10:00
Laneygo RAOF!10:00
CoreStyxhello, read a lot, but what is the truth: Bug, Feature, etc. ? mdadm -> RAID -> /dev/md0 ->on top lvm volume -> udevd-work : inotify_add_watch(6, /dev/md0,10)failed, No such file or directory10:34
cjwatsonthat sounds like you should file a bug10:40
cjwatsonI don't see how it could possibly be a feature10:40
cjwatsonRAID on LVM is fairly unusual (though not unheard of; I do know of somebody else using it, although not on a current Ubuntu system), so I expect it's simply poorly tested10:41
CoreStyxsome people say it´s a bug, but if it would be possilbe to instruct udev to leave /dev/md0 alone instead install the watcher on /dev/mapper/lvofmd010:41
CoreStyxbut I can´t try it because I don´t know where to start on this10:42
cjwatsonI don't know what the proper fix is, and wouldn't like to guess on the fly10:42
cjwatsonas I say, I recommend you file a bug10:42
CoreStyxok ... because a bug need to be proofed as a bug... and as i try to say... if somebody can tell me where to start remapping udev it would be a fix/workaround without having a developer look into it10:44
CoreStyxbut ... no problem... where do I file a bug10:44
cjwatsonin this case I have a suspicion that providing a workaround is about as difficult as providing a fix10:46
debfxcjwatson: is there a way to avoid having xterm pulled onto the kubuntu cd? I think the problem is that xorg (seeded in desktop-common) depends on xterm | x-terminal-emulator10:46
debfxand konsole (which provides x-terminal-emulator) is seeded in kubuntu-common10:47
cjwatsondebfx: can't answer without investigating, but I'll have a look10:47
cjwatsondebfx: is this a new problem?10:48
debfxcjwatson: no, I just noticed it because xterm gained a .desktop file10:49
cjwatsonI expect fixing it would require xorg to be moved to each of the flavour-specific desktop/kubuntu-common/whatever seeds10:50
cjwatsondoesn't the fallback X session make some specific use of xterm though?10:50
* cjwatson is reluctant to rearrange that himself rather than letting the X people do it10:51
RAOFcjwatson: I'm not as familiar with failsafeX as bryceh is, but I don't *think* it uses xterm.10:57
tjaaltonthe dependency comes from debian10:59
tjaaltonxorg is just a convenience metapackage11:00
debfxxinit also pulls in xterm11:01
RAOFBecause _that_ has a default behaviour of starting an xterm, yes.11:01
tjaaltondebfx: so you don't want to see {u,}xterm in kde menus?11:02
debfxtjaalton: I want to drop the package from the cd unless there is a good reason not to11:04
cjwatsonI don't think I meant failsafeX; I think I meant one of the sessions that gdm or something used to offer11:06
cjwatsonperhaps not relevant any more11:06
tjaaltongdm ships xsessions/xterm.desktop11:06
tjaaltonthough it doesn't depend on xterm..11:07
tjaaltondebfx: that's hard :)11:07
cjwatsonof course there's nothing wrong with seeding xterm in ubuntu.oneiric/desktop or something if we want11:07
cjwatsonthe basic problem here is that germinate doesn't (and can't be allowed to) know about what's in kubuntu-common when it's processing desktop-common11:08
cjwatsonit will process dependencies in desktop-common as if kubuntu-common didn't exist; if that means that xterm is the most obvious package to select to satisfy xorg's dependency, it will do so11:09
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jayveeyou wouldn't think that a debian-based distro should have its dev channel suffixied with -devel11:43
* jayvee shrugs11:43
jayveeI'm trying to debug a segfaulting totem but having trouble generating a stack trace (gnome 3 ppa I know, but this is a generic question)11:44
jayveeulimit -c unlimited11:44
jayveegdb totem core11:44
jayveeproduces nothing but ?????'s11:44
jayveehowever, totem-dbg is installed11:44
jayveeyou'd think at least *some* of the trace would be filled11:44
cjwatsonjayvee: dev channel> huh?  Debian's development channel follows the same naming pattern11:45
jayveecjwatson: I jest, I jest11:45
cjwatsonI see11:45
cjwatsonperhaps https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash will help you11:45
jayveeokay well now I have a backtrace11:54
jayveebut now I realise I don't have nearly enough knowledge to debug the problem11:55
jayveebefore I get kicked out of the channel for running unsupported software, can somebody recommend a place where I won't get my head bitten off if I ask for help debugging this gnome3 ppa issue?11:56
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cjwatsonjayvee: I don't know if it's the correct channel, but perhaps #ubuntu-desktop is at least a more targeted place to ask12:45
jayveeinterestingly enough, the problem has mysteriously vanished12:52
berdarioI tried to join ubuntu-iso and ubuntu-boot13:13
berdariobut it seem that nobody's around there13:13
berdarioI'm trying to look into information into an ubuntu bug13:13
berdarioI'm not into #ubuntu-bugs because this has already been reported and confirmed (for the wrong package, actually...)13:14
ubottuUbuntu bug 774089 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "Booting fails 3 times, works every fourth time after new install of Natty Narwhal amd64 on Macbook Pro" [Undecided,Confirmed]13:14
berdariobasically, I'm interested in this, since a friend of mine got this, and I was trying to help him13:15
berdarioit seems that at least 21 people (surely more) got their macbooks half-bricked by installing ubuntu13:15
berdario(there're also some youtube videos that document this problem)13:15
berdariobasically... I'm here for 2 things:13:16
berdarioget in contact with whoever decided to integrate efibootmgr into ubuntu, understand why, and eventually... if possible... try to fix the bug (I don't have the hardware here, but maybe I could arrange to meet my friend quite soon)13:18
berdarioand the 2nd thing, especially if it isn't possible to fix... prompt someone to look into the bug13:18
berdariobecause people are requesting that the release notes should be updated with it, and to warn people, it seems a quite reasonable request13:19
berdarioabout efibootmgr:13:19
berdarioit's a software developed by dell's Matt Domsch13:20
berdarioapparently it leverages upon elilo13:20
berdariothis alone, seems strange to me13:20
berdarioI mean: ubuntu has always used grub by default (I even tried to use grub-efi and it was working fine)13:21
berdariomixing elilo and grub seems like asking for trouble imho, but maybe I'm missing something13:21
berdarioon top of that, the last update to efibootmgr13:22
berdariohas been on 200813:22
berdariothe strange thing is that efibootmgr has been included in ubuntu (and only the 64bit cd) right now13:22
berdarioit's present in the 11.04 disc13:22
berdariobut it's absent from the 10.04.3 disc13:22
berdarioso, I guess the decision to integrate it has been taken quite recently13:23
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ScottKsiretart: Thanks.  I now remember you had to tell me that before.  Maybe I'll manage to remember it this time.13:30
berdarioScottK: sorry if I bother you, but since you're here13:31
berdariodo you know who I can refer to for decisions concerning mac support?13:31
ScottKFor EFI install issues, probably in #ubuntu-installer.13:32
ScottKAnd IIRC, you're right.  11.04 was the first release to support EFI for boot on Macs.13:33
berdariook, thanks... I'll look there13:39
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kelemengaborhi pitti, do you have a few minutes? dpm uploaded some updated langpacks to natty-proposed, but my update-manager can't see them. could you check what happened to them?13:55
jmlHello, I've just submitted a very simple patch – https://code.launchpad.net/~jml/ubuntu/oneiric/python-defaults/swallow-stderr-812960/+merge/70744. Not really sure what happens now.14:13
nigelbit shows up on the sponsorship page and someone picks it to be sponsored.14:14
geserbtw: is the sponsoring page broken or does my link point to the wrong location?14:15
Laneylooks broken to me14:15
nigelbgeser: strange. I was just about to ask the same question14:15
Laneyuh oh, and bdrung and dholbach are both away14:15
nigelbI'm using pre-beta browser, so I thought it was just me.14:16
geserLaney: you know, as usual such bugs only happen when everybody who knows how to fix them is on vacation14:16
infinityjml: You might also want to poke doko and/or ScottK about getting your patch into Debian.14:18
infinityjml: (The patch itself looks good and obviously correct to me, if I wasn't running to breakfast, I'd sponsor it to Ubuntu for you, but it may as well go to Debian anyway)14:19
jmlinfinity: thanks. I'll do that.14:19
ipchowdy… can someone point me to more information re: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Core ?14:23
ScottKjml: I've asked the dh_python2 developer (POX) to look at it.  Assuming he agrees (I'd be surprised if he didn't), I'll commit it to the Debian VCS for the package.14:24
ipcthe procedure mentions unpacking 'Ubuntu Core' but not where to download the archive14:24
nigelbgeser: heh14:25
nigelbgeser: "knowing" how to fix isn't a problem. Access to fix it is differnt ;)14:25
nigelbI could probably spend a fe minutes and understand it.14:25
Laneyi'm sure you can find someone to deploy it for you14:26
Laneydunno where the code is though14:26
nigelbyeah, I'm looking around for that.14:26
infinityipc: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-core/14:27
* infinity was not aware persia had written that wiki page...14:28
infinityipc: His page doesn't, for instance, mention that we only ship -core tarballs for armel right now.  So, hopefully that's what you want. ;)14:28
gesernigelb: https://code.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-dev/ubuntu-sponsoring/trunk14:29
nigelbJust got there.14:29
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nigelbSo, ~ubuntu-dev can commit to it, so someone can merge changes in.14:30
nigelbNow to find the fix.14:30
ogra_infinity, 35M ? we should really lose some fat here :P14:30
ipcinfinity: I'm just eager to get a peek :)  I really like the whole idea14:31
ogra_seems the release subdir is lacking the manifest14:31
infinityogra_: I know, I know.14:31
infinityI have a TODO about fixing the release scripts to love -core correctly.14:31
infinityBut it's also a day off today, so.  Later. ;)14:31
ipcthanks, take care!14:31
ogra_yeah, cure your jetlag !14:32
infinitySyrup and waffles cure everything.14:33
ogra_not without coffee though14:34
ScottKjml: Committed to bzr in Debian.  Thanks.14:35
ScottKjml: http://alioth.debian.org/scm/loggerhead/pkg-python/python-defaults-debian/revision/261?start_revid=26114:37
nigelbLoggerhead? Interesting.14:38
nigelbDidn't know it was a separate project till now :)14:40
cjwatsonalways has been14:43
jmlScottK: thanks14:46
jmlScottK: is there stuff I should (could?) have done to make that easier for you? Work that you did that I could have done myself?14:47
cjwatsonhallyn: does http://paste.ubuntu.com/661171/ look right to you?  I have a sync from Debian I'd like to do (for WPA support in d-i) that requires libnl3, and it seems like least paperwork if we just convert everything in main to libnl3 in one go ...14:48
cjwatsonhallyn: I can't really test that, but it does at least build14:48
ScottKjml: If the branch had been against the current python-defaults head in Debian, that would have made it easier, but it's a bit unreasonable for me to expect you to know that.  Including a proposed debian/changelog entry would have been good.14:49
ScottKPersonally I like using diff and patch better than VCS merges, but eventually I'll get over it, I'm sure.14:49
jmlScottK: you would have had to change the 'who' bit of the changelog if I had provided such an entry, right?14:49
ScottKjml: If you had, I probably would have left your name on it rather than mentioning you in the text of the entry.14:50
ScottKdch makes it trivially easy to change it in any case.14:50
jmlScottK: ok, thanks.14:51
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hallyncjwatson: (at a sprint this week, sorry for slow responses) : i don't know what that lib is offhand.15:10
cjwatsonhallyn: the netlink socket handling library15:16
cjwatsonyou were just last uploader, maybe I should be asking somebody else15:17
hallyncjwatson: is there an open bug for this?15:21
cjwatsonjust from discussion here and on #ubuntu-desktop today15:25
jtaylorbarry: hi, you did you get my argparse message?15:33
barryjtaylor: i did, but i'm just back from a week off so still catching up15:34
Laneywould appreciate a moderation on u-d-a, providing the mail is alright15:46
cjwatsonLaney: done15:50
pittikelemengabor: hm, they are not in the unapproved queue16:02
kelemengaborpitti: dpm swears he uploaded... to somewhere16:03
kelemengaborbut as he is now on holiday, we cannot ask :(16:03
pittikelemengabor: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/language-pack-es/+changelog16:03
pittikelemengabor: seems someone actually accepted them16:03
cjwatsonI did16:04
cjwatsonwas that OK?16:04
pittithey should be fine, yes16:04
cjwatsonskaet was asking about them16:04
pittithank you16:04
kelemengaborcjwatson: thanks!16:04
pittikelemengabor: so you can send out the call for testing16:04
cjwatsonthat was only about an hour ago though, so they may not quite be on mirrors yet16:04
kelemengaborsure, in a moment16:04
kelemengaborhm, not yet on the main server, I'll wait a bit16:08
pittikelemengabor: they'll also need a couple of hours to build16:08
pittikelemengabor: see https://launchpad.net/builders16:09
kelemengaboroh... I thought these are already the binaries :(16:09
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jtayloris a MIR planed for underscore? it would be needed for a new python-sphinx version which has the very useful dh_sphinxdoc debhelper17:08
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jtayloruglifyjs is also needed for it17:44
tkamppeterpitti, ping18:38
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mdeslaurIs it a known issue that nothing is setting XAUTHORITY on oneiric alpha3?18:57
micahgcan someone give synaptic back please19:06
mdeslaurIs there no way to add rights to a user using "User Accounts" in oneiric anymore?19:11
cyphermoxmicahg: doing it now19:15
micahgcyphermox: thanks19:17
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roadmrhey folks! gconf{video,audio}sink are no longer in gstreamer0.10-plugins-good, and the replacement gsettings{audio,video}sink are in gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad, are there plans to move this to -good?19:38
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ScottKdoko: Could you re-run your dh_python2 conversion script against the Kubuntu desktop manifest so I can find out if there are any additional packages we need to convert for Kubuntu (I think they are all done).20:27
dokoScottK: it's just running grep-dctrl for the status file from the image20:29
dokobarry: ^^^20:29
ScottKSo you're going to make me have to think about it ...20:30
dokotrying to catch up on things, so this is not my priority20:30
dokono, I didn't save the command20:31
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micahgScottK: you could also look at the germinate output for the kubuntu seeds20:31
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dupondjeaptitude broke down ? :)21:02
micahgno, there's an apt transition in progress21:03
dupondjehehe ok, lets hope apt-get keeps working to upgrade ^^21:04
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slangasekcyphermox: is there a transition plan for libnl3?  there are a number of other packages besides NM using libnl1 in main21:16
bryceh@pilot in21:19
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brycehhttp://reports.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/sponsoring/ seems to be busted21:22
dupondjesince some days21:22
brycehjeez the UbuntuDevelopment/CodeReviews wiki page is wordy...21:24
tormodbryceh, can you please sync #808679 ?21:27
brycehtormod, hmm not sure I have rights for doing syncs21:34
tormodbryceh, as a dev you can ack it and sub u-a21:35
brycehtormod, well I can do that, although I think you need someone with archive rights to actually sync it21:36
brycehtormod, sound good?21:40
tormodbryceh, yes thanks, it will surely help21:40
brycehhmm, this makes me curious why sync requests go through ubuntu-sponsors?  wouldn't it make more sense for them to go directly to ubuntu-archive?21:42
Laneybecause they are the same as any other upload21:42
micahgbryceh: the syncs aren't always appropriate/buildable21:42
Laneyand need to be checked for sanity21:42
tormodbryceh, I guess it is to spare the u-a people from all kinds of requests from non-devs21:43
brycehcouldn't someone with ill intentions just sub ubuntu-archive directly?21:43
Laneyi suppose archive admins check that syncs have been properly acked21:44
micahgit's to spare the AAs from having to verify the syncs21:44
brycehhmm interesting *shrug*21:44
brycehseems like a loosey goosey process to me but whatever :-)21:44
micahgwhen people subscribe AAs directly, it usually gets kicked back to the sponsor queue unless the AA is feeling benevolent21:45
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natschilGood day. Is there an easy way of making a script/ubuntu package for ubuntu that will make changes to a script that is in /lib persistent even if the script is updated by the package system?22:08
RAOFnatschil: It sounds like you're after dpkg-divert22:17
brycehmicahg_, how about sync requests that are pulling new packages into ubuntu?  Do those just get passed on to -archive or do they need further processing/review?22:20
natschilRAOF: cool. but doesn't that simply lock a file completely for any updates? though maybe that is what I want.22:20
brycehmicahg_, e.g. #82155022:20
micahg_bryceh: same deal, make sure the package is something we want in this cycle and make sure it's buildable22:20
micahg_bryceh: and that's already in oneiric :)22:21
ajmitchI think the point of that sync is just so that it autosyncs next time22:23
brycehajmitch, won't it require a fakesync?22:23
micahg_yep, but most of those aren't worth doing at this point22:23
ajmitchbryceh: only if the orig.tar.gz is different22:24
micahg_i.e. explicitly filing bugs for those syncs, not processing existing ones filed22:24
micahg_unless there's something else interesting in the Debian upload22:27
brycehmicahg_, ok so you think these types of sync requests (with no functional changes other than the version number) should be wontfixed?22:28
micahg_bryceh: no, you can process them, but inform the requestor that efforts are best spent elsewhere (the time to do them are before DIF since they have no affect afterwards)22:29
Laneyyou might as well ack them if someone has taken the time to check, but advise the submitter that it could have waited until next cycle (and if they want they can put a note on mom to indicate they have checked)22:29
ajmitchhopefully by then they'll be syncable via the LP UI/API22:30
micahg_it took a while for me to understand the reasoning, but now I agree with it22:33
brycehalrighty, thanks22:34
natschilRAOF: thanks for the help, I think I'll use dpkg-divert22:40
ionCool, aptitude segfaults now. :-)22:47
RAOFOh, it's missing appropriate dependencies for the apt transition?22:49
ionIt seems libapt-something was updated but apt was held back. aptitude segfaulted after that upgrade. When i upgraded apt with ‘apt-get install apt’, that removed aptitude.22:50
slangasekso a no-longer-installed package segfaults?22:51
ionaptitude safe-upgrade: apt was held back, libapt-something was updated, aptitude stayed installed. After that: aptitude segfaulted. apt-get install apt: apt was updated and aptitude was removed.22:52
cjwatsonslangasek: all the libnl reverse-build-deps are in progress22:58
cjwatsonslangasek: I asked for that change because WPA support in netcfg depends on a new wpasupplicant version which switched to libnl3, and that's a pretty high-value thing22:59
cjwatsonI think we can manage it22:59
slangasekcjwatson: ok, no worries - just hadn't heard anything prior to seeing it show up in the components-mismatches list, and it was worrying to see that it was a separate source package23:11
cjwatsonslangasek: libnl3 ought to supersede libnl in main; I'm not sure why it's separate in Debian, but there were only eight reverse build-deps so I'm working to make sure we can just swap it23:14
cjwatson(presumably because there are some API changes as well as just ABI)23:15
* slangasek nods23:19
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