bacgood morning12:16
danilosbac, good something to you too :)12:20
gary_posterhm, not sure why I was not on freenode...12:29
gary_posterbut anyway12:29
gary_posterbac benji danilos gmb call now-ish12:30
danilosgary_poster, https://lp-oops.canonical.com/oops.py/?oopsid=2050H2612:41
gary_posterdanilos, I sent you info.  Gimme a Skype call when you have a sec to help me.  Thank you12:58
danilosgary_poster, hey, I've looked at it a bit, up for a call?13:13
gary_posterthanks yeah13:13
bacgary_poster: i'm having problems sending email from my natty box...so i can't land my branches atm.13:56
* bac hates poking at MTAs13:57
gary_posterbac, ok.  do you need me or someone else to do a bzr lp-land or something?14:10
bacgary_poster: not yet14:11
bacgary_poster: do you have a relayhost set in your /etc/postfix/main.cf?14:11
gary_posterbac, I don't run postfix14:12
danilosgary_poster, I don't see a big jump anywhere between the queries on the page I was looking at14:13
gary_posterdanilos, ok, that makes sense then14:13
danilosgary_poster, heh, right, it does, but this page only uses macros and not a page-within-a-page stuff14:14
gary_posterdanilos, yeah, I've wondered if that slows things down.  I'd really rather not respell everything with macros, but I've contemplated that too.14:15
gary_posterit might be a less risky refactoring than others though14:15
gary_posterand maybe a step towards a better refactoring in the future14:15
danilosgary_poster, perhaps, though I'd still consider it pretty risky14:15
gary_posteryeah :-/14:15
gary_posterdanilos, fwiw, I upped the local cache.  It did get rid of the query you saw but the Python still jumps from 2366 to 500414:24
danilosgary_poster, jumps in as it's even more now? or different reloads make it do that?14:25
gary_posterdanios, I think the jump is roughly the same.  IOW, it was not affected by the cache change, as I expected14:26
danilosthere goes my weak password :)14:27
danilosanyway, /me -> gone14:28
bacgary_poster: ok, so how do you have your dev box configured for outgoing mail?14:41
gary_posterbac, um, good question.  I've never had to mess with it.  It Just Works.14:44
bacgary_poster: turns out bzr email goes directly to the server listed in your config file.  so my postfix woes, while real, were red herrings.15:16
bacbut now they are fixed!15:17
bacbut pqm still hates me.15:17
gary_posterpqm is generally grumpy, bac.  glad the rest is solved15:18
gary_posterwell, the bzr part of the rest anyway15:18
bacwhat do you mean generally grumpy?  is it known to be hosed right now?15:19
bacor just its usual POS-ness?15:19
gary_posterbac, no, sorry, just a joke.  POS-ness.  If you expand that tarball it sometimes is useful.15:19
* gmb wonders how much python time is spent doing the bugactivity / calculations...15:36
bacgary_poster: so it looks like pqm was hosed for all15:44
bacon that note...15:44
* bac -> lunches15:44
gary_posterI saw that bac.  glad they are fixing it15:44
* gmb wonders whether he should make a utlities/make_bug_1 script so that we can copy bug 1 for testing purposes.16:09
_mup_Bug #1: Microsoft has a majority market share <iso-testing> <ubuntu> <Clubdistro:Confirmed> <Computer Science Ubuntu:Confirmed for compscibuntu-bugs> <dylan.NET.Reflection:Invalid> <dylan.NET:Invalid> <EasyPeasy Overview:Invalid by ramvi> <GenOS:In Progress by gen-os> <GNOME Screensaver:Won't Fix> <Ichthux:Invalid by raphink> <JAK LINUX:Invalid> <LibreOffice:In Progress by bjoern-michaelsen> <Linux Mint:In Progress> <The Linux OS Project:In16:09
gmbShut up, mup.16:09
gary-lunchhey bac.  I want something like .exists() on a resultset but I don't see one (http://twistedmatrix.com/users/radix/storm-api/storm.store.ResultSet.html)20:48
gary-lunchI just want a bool20:48
gary-lunchis there such a thing?20:48
gary-lunchor do I have to use .count() > 0 or .any() is not None20:48
baci thought there was20:49
bacbut i see this in use:20:50
bacreturn bug_messages.any() is not None20:50
gary-lunchyeah ok thanks bac20:51
=== gary-lunch is now known as gary_poster
bac self.assertFalse(bool(results.any()))20:51
baci wonder if any is cheaper than count?20:52
gary_posterbac, I suspect it depends.  If count is small, I'd guess it will be cheaper than constructing a new Python object.  If large, it will be more expensive.20:55

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