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keesany archive admins around to fix busted components on linux-lts-backport-maverick in lucid? most of it is incorrectly in universe.03:10
keesjdstrand, slangasek: ^^ ?03:11
keesI should clarify: most of the udebs are in the wrong place...03:11
keeshttp://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux-lts-backport-maverick/ vs http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/l/linux-lts-backport-maverick/03:12
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azopIs there a WIKI article that goes into detail on extending the installation process?  I need to install some packages during CD installation, but also ask the user for database authenication (this is handled during installation of the package)04:00
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slangasekkees: updated04:19
keesslangasek: thanks04:25
dupondjehttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libgphoto2/2.4.11-3 => failed on i386 & armel with  graphviz : Depends: libgvc5 but it is not going to be installed05:32
dupondjebut locally it builds just fine ... maby retry build ?05:33
RAOFdupondje: Checking, then I'll hit the rebuild button.06:08
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dupondjeRAOF: fixed i386 it seems, but armel has same issue again :)07:03
RAOFdupondje: Bah.  So, we need to wait until that dependency chain is fixed.07:03
dupondjewhat was wrong exactly ? :)07:04
tkamppeterRAOF, any news about colord?07:06
RAOFdupondje: Presumably the archive is inconsistent, waiting for something to be published.07:07
RAOFtkamppeter: It was successfully syncd yesterday; it's now in Ubuntu.07:07
tkamppeterRAOF, great, thanks for working on getting it in. I will MIR it then ...07:07
tkamppeterRAOF, I see the entry in LP now, only it seems to be still waiting in the NEW queue.07:10
tkamppeterDoes anyone know whether one can already post a MIR for a package which is still waiting in NEW?07:11
RAOFYes, absolutely.07:11
tkamppeterRAOF, so I will do the MIR soon ...07:13
tkamppeterRAOF, I have set bug 741448 to "Fix committed" now.07:14
ubottuLaunchpad bug 741448 in Ubuntu "[needs-packaging] colord" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74144807:14
RAOFIt shouldn't take long through NEW.07:15
pittiGood morning07:16
pittitkamppeter: hello, pong07:17
tkamppeterpitti, hi07:18
tkamppeterpitti, I pinged you yesterday as I have fixed a bug in libjpeg6b which I cannot upload by myself. It is bug 777670. dbdiff is attached. Can you upload it for me? Thanks.07:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 777670 in libjpeg6b (Ubuntu) "wrong colors on HPCLJ 3500/3600 printer after switching to 11.04" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/77767007:20
pittitkamppeter: hm, how does that affect the linking of other programs?07:24
pittisounds like it could affect dependency generation if you build packages against that new libjpeg07:25
pittitkamppeter: can you please send this patch as a debian bug as well?07:26
tjaaltonsweet, color management getting in the distro while I'm looking for a decent photo printer :)07:26
tkamppeterpitti, does Debian use the same LDFLAGS default?07:27
tkamppeterpitti, if Debian and/or Ubuntu cannot accept the patch, how should we fix HPLIP then?07:28
pittiI wasn't saying that we cannot accept it, just that I don't understand the impact07:28
pittiand that it should be done in Debian as well to avoid a divergence of behaviour on such a central package07:29
pittitkamppeter: no, we don't have an LDFLAGS delta, just the multiarch build07:31
doko_seb128, didrocks: https://launchpadlibrarian.net/76875081/buildlog_ubuntu-oneiric-armel.openjdk-6_6b23~pre4-2ubuntu1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz08:06
doko_do you already know what's th guilty package?08:06
chrisccoulsondoko_, hmmm, i had some weird failures like that overnight too08:18
chrisccoulsonwill take a look08:19
seb128doko_, no08:21
seb128 the apt logs don't make it easy to figure what the issue is08:21
seb128 somebody with access to an armel install needs to run an apt-get install by hand08:21
tkamppeterpitti, I have committed the fix of bug 780935 to the BZR, can you upload to Debian and Ubuntu? Thanks.08:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 780935 in cups (Ubuntu) "ps2pdf mangles document (breaks font)" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/78093508:27
pittitkamppeter: is that very urgent?08:27
pittitkamppeter: bandwidth sucks here, so if next week is enough, I'll do that then08:27
dupondjehttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/eiciel/ => seems to have failed also due to broken depends. But it builds fine here ... could anyone check and eventually hit the rebuild button :)08:37
tkamppeterpitti, OK. pitti, you are not at home?08:39
pittitkamppeter: no, I'm on the desktop summit in Berlin08:39
tkamppeterpitti, then we can meet tomorrow. I am in the BoFs of Color Management and Common Printing Dialog.08:39
tkamppeterpitti, and so also on the Summit some time before and after these meetings and during lunch.08:40
nigelbTrying to unbork sponsor queue.08:56
nigelbok, so it works locally.08:59
nigelb*goes* to set cron somewhere accessible.08:59
tkamppeterpitti, Debian bug is submitted now. You are CCed.09:08
tkamppeterpitti, Debian bug 63718409:18
ubottuDebian bug 637184 in libjpeg6b "libjpeg6b linked with "-Bsymbolic-functions", causing problems with HPLIP and pxljr" [Normal,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/63718409:18
nigelbHi, can someone in ~ubuntu-dev, please help review and merge https://code.launchpad.net/~nigelbabu/ubuntu-sponsoring/remove-subprocess/+merge/7083509:30
nigelbTrying to unbork sponsorship overview09:30
nigelbLaney: around?09:31
Laneyin 30 mins?09:31
nigelbsure :)09:31
brendandall of a sudden add-apt-repository is not found in Oneiric09:48
brendanddid this happen to anyone else?09:49
tkamppeterRAOF, MIR for colord posted as bug 82318510:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 823185 in colord (Ubuntu) "[MIR] colord" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82318510:07
cjwatsoncolord binary NEWed10:12
DavieyPlease can an AA promote ipxe, it's causing us upset. (shows in components mismatch, has a valid MIR).  Currently it's causing xen to depwait.10:20
jtayloris a MIR planed for underscore and uglifyjs? it would be needed for a new python-sphinx version which has the very useful dh_sphinxdoc debhelper10:29
cjwatsonDaviey: done10:30
Davieycjwatson: Thanks!10:32
tkamppetercjwatson, thanks for passing through colord, and also for fixing LP for it.10:32
Laneynigelb: er whoops that took longer than expected10:45
nigelbLaney: np :)10:47
nigelbThere seems to be deeper problems with the machine anyway.10:47
nigelbI've got a temporary stop-gap page up10:47
nigelband here's the merge https://code.launchpad.net/~nigelbabu/ubuntu-sponsoring/remove-subprocess10:47
Laneyhave IS looked at it?10:49
Laneythe machine that is10:49
nigelbI was working with IS on triaging the problem10:49
nigelbStill not sure, keeps throwing out OOM errors.10:49
tumbleweedis it ulmitied?10:49
nigelbtumbleweed: ulimited?10:50
nigelbI don't know what that means.10:50
nigelbthis is the traceback http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/661786/10:51
nigelbah, user limited10:51
nigelbtumbleweed: < Spads> ulimit says unlimited10:51
Spadsnigelb: it's actually strict overcommit10:51
nigelbSpads: so, is that the cause of the OOM?10:52
SpadsI wouldn't call it the *cause*10:52
tumbleweedubuntu-sponsoring is quite a beast, but I'm suprised it's OOMing10:53
Spadsthe cause is people using up all the RAM :)10:53
Spadsstrict overcommit just causes malloc() to error out instead of dragging us down into swap thrashing10:53
nigelbmakes sense.10:53
tumbleweedwe could try and improve its memory use10:53
Spadsand it seems that modern apps don't report that situation as gracefully as I'd like10:53
Spadswe're looking to rebalance allocation of resources10:53
nigelbmy merge was to sort of improve it10:53
tumbleweedpython is particularly bad, because it can't free memory easily10:54
nigelbuse a python fucntion instead of using subprocess10:54
Spadspartly to try and identify which apps are consuming how much10:54
Spadsnigelb: yeah, that sounds promising10:54
Spadsif it happens a lot10:54
Spadswho knows10:54
nigelbI'm trying to run it on my box. I just haven't gotten the cron working10:54
Spadsbut if you have test environments, you may want to do some profiling10:54
cjwatsonnigelb: while it's probably a good idea, that isn't in a tight loop or anything so it will make only a negligible difference to resource allocation10:57
Laneyis this supposed to take ages to run?10:57
nigelbcjwatson: yeah :(10:57
nigelbLaney: the first time, yes. where ages  = ~ 5 minutes10:58
nigelbI have a report up on http://nigelb.me/sponsoring/10:58
nigelbhm, why does something work as my user but not in cron.11:04
cjwatsonlocale variables?11:05
cjwatsonor something else in the environment11:05
LaneyI'm getting KEyError from lp.distributions['ubuntu']11:06
nigelbits a (. /home/nigel/.bashrc && path/to/script)11:06
nigelbbut launchpadlib keeps wanting to authenticate11:06
nigelbLaney: that's interesting.11:06
cjwatsonpresumably for use from cron launchpadlib's credentials will need to be in an unencrypted store rather than (say) gnome-keyring; it has options for this kind of thing11:08
nigelbindeed, I can see the credentials saved in the lp_data folder11:08
tumbleweedcjwatson: ubuntu-sponsoring doesn't need credentialed access, IIRC11:12
nigelbhm, why does it keeping ask me then :|11:13
Laneyit should probably use login_anonymously11:13
* tumbleweed wonders why it doesn't already11:13
tkamppetercjwatson, can you also pass argyll (new binary packages), rastertosag-gdi, and cloudprint through NEW?11:23
* cjwatson swaps over libnl and libnl3 source (libnl -> universe, libnl3 -> main)11:23
cjwatsontkamppeter: when I get a moment, sure11:23
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Davieycjwatson: Hmm, ipxe is still showing in universe for me?11:38
cjwatsonDaviey: mirroring delay11:39
cjwatsonit's in main on the master archive11:39
Davieycjwatson: thanks11:40
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Laneynigelb: tumbleweed: want to look at lp:~laney/ubuntu-sponsoring/anonymous ? small change — seems to work for me12:32
Laneygot distracted by an epic journey that culminated in an NMU to ssmtp on the way to producing that branch :P12:32
nigelbtrying it out12:33
tumbleweedLaney: The only reason I can think of that it would need to be non-anonymous is private security bugs. But those shouldn't be appearing on the sponsorship list anyway, right?12:35
Laneyi doubt it was using any privileged credentials anyway12:35
tumbleweedLaney: I'd probably have used __file__ instead of sys.argv, but LGTM12:50
nigelbLaney: it works12:50
nigelbbtw, something funny12:50
nigelb~/laney/ubuntu-sponsoring/anonymous... ubuntu sponsoring anonymous? :P12:51
cjwatsontkamppeter: it's not grounds for rejection (although it will probably be grounds for stalling the MIR), but please convert cloudprint from python-support to dh_python2, as python-support is deprecated.  http://wiki.debian.org/Python/TransitionToDHPython212:53
cjwatsontkamppeter: all three of those belatedly accepted now, anyway12:53
nigelbtumbleweed: probably easier to just merge Laney's branch than mine :)12:54
* tumbleweed merges them both12:56
cjwatsonmvo: FYI bug 823277 looks fairly urgent13:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 823277 in apt (Ubuntu Oneiric) "Ubuntu 64bit failed to install with d-i : apt-get[26978] trap divide error ip:7fc64730d4ee sp:7fffa066b2a0 error:0 in libapt-pkg.so.4.11.0[7fc64729b000+114000]" [Critical,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82327713:17
mvocjwatson: thanks, I saw it, I have one potential fix in bzr, but need to figure out if its the fix or not, hard to say without a crash file or a backtrace, but I suspect I know what is going on13:21
dupondjemvo: cjwatson: wasn't that because apt transition ?13:27
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mvodupondje: the issue in the i386 version should, but this one looks different, I suspect its a divide by zero, but its a bit funny since that code is there since the dawn of time unchanged13:32
Laneytumbleweed: mine contains nigelb's13:33
Laneyprobably as you found13:33
cjwatsondupondje: random trap crashes aren't due to transitions13:34
cjwatson(in general)13:34
dupondjecjwatson: aptitude was crashing here also yesterday for some odd reason, after upgrades it was fixed :)13:37
dupondjeso thats why I tought about this13:37
cjwatsondupondje: I wuld advise against just chalking things up to transitions unless they are dependency problems13:38
brendandhi - i really want to use sdptool in one of my scripts, but since the output is progressive, it seems impossible to capture the output to a variable in a bash script13:38
brendandhas anyone here seen anything like that before/know how to deal with it?13:38
cjwatsonnormally you need to get the maintainer of the program in question to add an output format that's friendlier to machine parsing13:39
cjwatsonunless I'm misunderstanding you13:40
brendandcjwatson - maybe that's it13:41
* brendand asks in #bluez13:43
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dupondjehttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/eiciel/ => can somebody hit the rebuild button ?14:12
dupondjethanks :)14:13
barrydupondje: done14:13
ricotzmvo, hello, it might be useful to change the Recommends of python-apt from python2.6 to python2.714:13
barrybtw, are we still in an apt transition?14:14
dupondjebarry: could you kick https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libgphoto2/2.4.11-3 also ? ;)14:17
barrydupondje: done14:17
yofelhey, need some DSO linking help: digikam fails with http://paste.ubuntu.com/661962/ but as you can see on http://paste.ubuntu.com/661963/ it links against "-L/usr/lib -lgphoto2_port -L/usr/lib -lgphoto2 -lgphoto2_port -lm" so... what the hell is wrong?14:23
mvoricotz: indeed14:28
ricotzmvo, perhaps even "python", but anyhow it would prevent pulling in python2.6 ;)14:29
ScottKSince there will not be a python2.8, python2.7 is pretty safe.14:30
tkamppetermterry, hi14:43
mterrytkamppeter, hello14:43
mvoricotz: fixed in bzr14:44
tkamppeterlcms2 seems to be synced from Debian currently, should I introduce a Ubuntu delta for getting a symbols file?14:44
tkamppetermterry, ^^14:44
mterrytkamppeter, for such things, I usually add a delta and submit the patch back to Debian.  I've never had someone reject a symbols file additions, so usually we can sync later14:46
mvobarry: do you know about the state of python3 oauth? I was doing some research on what it takes to port software-center to python3 and the dependencies look actually pretty good, but for oauth there seems to be nothing there currently14:46
barrymvo: hi.  i'm not aware of any py3 oauth work being done.  iirc, the oauth package isn't that big, so maybe that's a port we can take on?14:47
mvobarry: indeed, I will do some research on this next14:49
barrymvo: awesome.  let me know if i can help14:49
tkamppetermterry, I will add it.14:50
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ricotzmvo, thanks15:08
tkamppetermterry, symbols file added to lcms2 now, bug 823180.15:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 823180 in lcms2 (Ubuntu) "[MIR] lcms2" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82318015:13
mterrytkamppeter, awesome, thanks.  I marked approved then15:13
barrymvo: is apt still busted?15:14
mvobarry: is it?15:17
mvobarry: what kind of issue do you see?15:17
tkamppetermterry, can you have a look at argyll (bug 821883). didrocks rejected it due to its size, and now I am in doubt whether we can continue with adding color management support (argyll delivers the support for calibration devices).15:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 821883 in argyll (Ubuntu) "[MIR] argyll" [High,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82188315:23
tkamppetermterry, I have updated argyll and merged argyll with libicc as they come from the same upstream project. Should we perhaps do as alternative, if we cannot take argyll this cycle, the source package of argyll into main, so that it pulls libicc into main but leave the binary package argyll in Universe (or perhaps in main but not on CD)?15:25
mterrytkamppeter, I'm not terribly familiar with argyll, but if the profiles can be split out so the size isn't a problem without killing functionality, then that would be good.  But didrocks can help with this, he's doing the argyll MIR15:27
tkamppetermterry, problem is also that I do not see any .icc files in argyll.15:29
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tkamppetermterry, and of the stuff in /usr/bin I do not know what to split out.15:29
barrymvo: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/662020/15:33
jmlapt-file seems to be looking in the wrong place for Contents files.15:35
mvobarry: oh, what mirror are you using? is it maybe lacking behind?15:35
jmlIgnoring source without Contents File:15:35
jml  http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric/main/Contents-amd64.gz15:35
jmlrather than, say, http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric/Contents-amd64.gz15:36
barrymvo: us.  cool, i'm about to head out for lunch, so hopefully it'll catch up by then :)15:36
tjaaltoncjwatson: I'm preparing an SRU for grub-gfxpayload-lists in natty, is '0.2~natty1' a valid version number for it?15:41
geserjml: where does Debian put those files? perhaps LP has to adopt to the new location where apt-file expects them15:42
cjwatsontjaalton: let's get out of the habit of using codenames; we're halfway to the point where they won't sort correctly when we wrap round the alphabet15:42
tjaaltoncjwatson: heh, right. so '0.2.1' would be ok then?15:43
cjwatson0.2.1 would be fine, yes15:43
cjwatson0.2~natty1 would be rejected due to being lower than the version in the archive anyway :)15:43
tjaaltonyeah I was wondering about that..15:44
cjwatsongeser,jml: yeah, I think Debian may have recently moved to per-component Contents files15:45
cjwatsonfun :-/15:45
debfxmterry: there is a typo in the libsigsegv2 symbols file which causes gawk to be uninstallable15:46
mterrydebfx, oh man, k.  what's the typo?15:46
debfxlibsigsev2 instead of libsigsegv215:46
mterryI'll fix it15:47
cjwatsonhah, I wondered about that but hadn't looked yet15:48
tjaaltoncjwatson: doesn't this look ok to you?-) http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~tjaalton/ubuntu/natty/grub-gfxpayload-lists/bug-777212/revision/615:50
ubottuUbuntu bug 6 in Launchpad itself ""next 10 entries" at bottom of page" [Medium,Invalid]15:50
tjaaltoncjwatson: duh, should've used -proposed15:52
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cjwatsontjaalton: looks good to me16:01
tjaaltoncjwatson: thanks, I'll push the version with natty-proposed to the natty branch, and upload it to the archive16:03
mvobarry: for when you are back, https://code.launchpad.net/~mvo/+junk/python3-oauth contains my fiddling, python3 oauth/example/server3.py and in a different terminal oauth/example/client3.py work except the last step (but you first need to bzr-buildpackage and install the python3 debs). looks like some craziness with the str/bytes in the hash, I'm not sure yet what the best approch for this is16:07
mvobut dinner first :)16:07
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zygamvo, ping me after dinner please16:20
tjaaltoncjwatson: looks like I can't push the branch to the proper place, so I've updated my own branch and uploaded it to natty-proposed16:22
bdmurrayCould I get kerneloops uploaded? http://people.canonical.com/~brian/tmp/kerneloops_0.12+git20090217-1ubuntu14.debdiff16:27
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mvozyga: its probably going to take a while, best is if you just msg me16:46
zygamvo, quick feedback: c-n-f has some patches coming, trunk was in a bad shape, I just created a new branch from the core-dev branch you maintained, created a development team with you and me in the initial set16:47
zygamvo, the goal is to get those bugs fixed and landed in trunk, invite more people to the -developers team and move the project16:48
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mvozyga: wooooh, awsome!18:54
zygamvo, :-)19:12
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bdmurraySpamapS: did you sort out how to create an apport package failure?19:43
SpamapSbdmurray: yes19:44
bdmurraySpamapS: and the answer is?  I'd like to try one now19:44
SpamapSbdmurray: Oh I just made a postinst that intentionally crashes.19:45
SpamapSbdmurray: for iterating it was easier to just  use 'apport-bug pacagename' tho19:45
bdmurraySpamapS: right I was sure if you were trying to create a ProblemType of Package or just Bug19:46
bdmurrayer wasn't sure19:46
SpamapSbdmurray: I thought it mattered but it didn't. :)19:47
debfxcould someone please upload a no-change rebuild of gawk to make it installable again19:52
debfxthere was a typo in libsigsegv which has been fixed now19:53
infinitydebfx: Has nothing else built against that broken libsigsegv?19:54
debfxinfinity: nope19:54
debfxoh, there is one19:56
debfxI'll fix that one19:57
infinityAlright.  I'll bounce gawk.20:00
infinityJust double-checked on ftpmaster, and gawk and libgst7 are definitely the only two broken on all 4 arches.20:00
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debfxinfinity: thanks20:06
infinitydebfx: NP.20:06
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davmor2tremolux: hey dude, just clocked this on my netbook. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/software-center/+bug/82353420:37
ubottuUbuntu bug 823534 in software-center (Ubuntu) "USC gtk3 banner seems over size on a netbook" [Undecided,New]20:37
davmor2tremolux: I've added a screenshot for you, display size is 1024x57620:38
lifelesscould someone reland my fix for https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apt/+bug/81660620:44
ubottuUbuntu bug 816606 in apt (Ubuntu) "apt postinst failure if ubuntu-keyring not installed" [Critical,Triaged]20:44
infinitylifeless: Re-applied.20:54
lifelessinfinity: thanks20:54
slangasekinfinity: will you poke mvo to figure out how it got dropped?  maybe he's using a bzr branch not listed in the Vcs-Bzr field?21:02
infinityslangasek: Yeah, I will.21:02
infinity(Though, I do consider "this isn't in my VCS" to be a copout for not checking changes on a merge)21:02
infinityBut in this case, I suspect it was just him switching between sid and experimental and not really being fully awake.21:03
lifelesshe had the changelog for the change21:03
lifelessso it wasn't an overwrite.21:03
slangasekinfinity: if you're doing the merge *via* the VCS, and the VCS is documented in debian/control, I think it's a perfectly reasonable position :)21:03
lifelesspossibly a mistaken conflict resolution, or even a merge that was confused21:03
infinityslangasek: The VCS is not the authoritative source, the archive is.  So, I'd be inclined to disagree that people shouldn't at least do a cursory check to see if they match.21:04
infinityslangasek: But I realise there are forces at work that insist my position should be invalidated.21:05
infinityslangasek: (Either way, in this case, I'm pretty sure it was just the violent sid->experimental merge that made him drop a few bits on the floor)21:05
jamespageany archive admins around?  if so please could the NEW binary packages for maven-stapler-plugin and stapler-adjunct-timeline be accepted into oneiric - thanks21:19
slangasekjamespage: looking21:26
slangasekjamespage: maven-red-swingline-stapler accepted21:27
jamespageslangasek: thankyou!21:28
sorenHm... When I try to get my proxy settings in Chrome or Chromium after upgrading to Oneiric, it gives me the GNOME proxy settings page rather than Chrome's (or Chromium's) own and the proceeds to ignore what I've set in there.. I've no clue where to start debugging that. Any ideas?21:31
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seb128soren, is chromium reading the gconf database and GNOME3 writting to gsettings?21:43
seb128soren, the second part is not a question but I don't know if chromium try gsettings before gconf21:44
seb128soren, which is likely to be the issue there21:44
sorenseb128: I'm trying to work out how it decides where to look.21:45
seb128soren, set the gconf key using gconf-editor and see if it makes it work?21:46
sorenseb128: I see support for both, but it somehow decides which to use.21:46
sorenseb128: Hm... Maybe I'm not setting the right values in gconf.21:50
sorenOr it's ignoring both.21:50
sorenseb128: Good suggestion, though. :-/21:51
sorenIs there an equivalent to gconf-editor for gsettings?21:53
Davieysoren: dconf-editor ?21:57
sorenDaviey: I thought dconf and gsettings where different things?21:59
Davieysoren: try it, i might be way off base tho.22:01
Daviey<-- not Desktop :)22:01
sorenDaviey: Hmm...22:01
sorendconf-editor is from dconf-utils..22:02
sorenwhich depends on a bunch of stuff, including:22:02
sorendconf-gsettings-backend | gsettings-backend22:02
sorenSo there's certainly some connection.22:02
Davieysoren: We are 10meters away, why are we talking on irc?22:03
sorendconf is a low-level configuration system. Its main purpose is to provide a backend to GSettings on platforms that don't already have configuration storage systems.22:03
sorenDaviey: Shouting would be rude?22:03
sorenAnd futile, I imagine. The sound proofing job on this room is uncanny.22:03
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sorenDaviey: I stand corrected.22:08
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