poolieubuntu monospace seems to have gone away?01:30
pittiGood morning05:24
didrocksgood morning05:48
dholbachgood morning07:01
pittihey dholbach07:01
dholbachhey pitti07:03
evfoolhey pitti: regarding 829635: glib.markup_escape_text number of params, you've mentioned in the bug that glib has changed to accept only the text, but the gir generated from the typelib still has two params07:15
evfoolwhat's the thing here I'm missing?07:16
htorquesladen: hi! will we see an update to the beta fonts anytime soon? the oneiric version 0.71.2-0ubuntu7 supersedes the one in the ppa and now i'm missing that fine mono font. :-)07:16
pittievfool: I suppose they fixed the annotation to say that the second is the length of the first07:17
evfoolpitti: so the correct call is as it currently appears in apport, with only one param, the text07:22
pittiapparently so, yes07:23
sladenhtorque: yeah, I'll add the Arabic beta in that DM sent over07:44
sladenhtorque_: yeah, I'll add the Arabic beta in that DM sent over07:44
htorque_sladen: thanks :-)07:45
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Riddellsladen: old logo alert https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuAppDeveloperWeek09:38
sladenRiddell: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-branding/+bug/837531/+affectsmetoo09:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 837531 in ubuntu-branding "AppDeveloperWeek uses pre-2010 Ubuntu and Edubuntu logos" [Undecided,Confirmed]09:45
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bdrungtumbleweed: E:237:SourcePackage.pull_dsc: Instance of 'ParseResult' has no 'scheme' member10:18
tumbleweedbdrung: aah, I probably only pylinted it on sid. I take it you are happy with the other commits I did directly?10:43
bdrungtumbleweed: yes10:43
bdrungtumbleweed: our testcase catches that error posted above.10:44
bdrungbut it appears with 'pylint ubuntutools/archive.py'10:44
tumbleweedsounsd like a pylint bug, then10:44
tumbleweedParseResults have scheme members10:44
bdrunglook at our pylint.conf10:45
bdrungtumbleweed: do you have some minutes?10:46
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bdrungtumbleweed: pushed. look at http://paste.debian.net/128598/ -> the first message shouldn't be an error in this case!10:51
Laneyshouldn't the second one be Info: too?10:52
ogra_can someone bump the score on https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/vlc/1.1.11-2build2/+build/276365410:56
cjwatsonogra_: done10:56
ogra_hopefully it doesnt segfault again10:56
tumbleweedbdrung: hi, yes I have some time (sorry, just had to deal with a DNS issue)10:58
bdrungtumbleweed: the first two items in http://paste.debian.net/128598/ should be info level10:59
tumbleweedbdrung: should we also ignore CURRENT blacklisting when syncing from experimental (when ubuntu > sid, everything will be blacklisted CURRENT)11:01
Laneyyou need ffe for that change btw (dh_python2 switch)11:02
bdrungLaney: i know, i just wanted a test case :)11:02
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tumbleweedbdrung: I disagree about Info. syncpackage hides Info messages by default11:17
* tumbleweed uses warn11:19
bdrungthen: error -> warn for first message11:19
tumbleweedah, normal11:22
bdrungtumbleweed: btw, pushed again11:24
tumbleweedbdrung: pushed11:26
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bdrungtumbleweed: "syncpackage: The blacklisting only applies to the current versions in Debian and Ubuntu. --force is required to override the blacklist." is a little bit long11:29
tumbleweedwe're going to have the same problem with comments, because they are append-only. /me adds wrapping11:30
Laneythat could get annoying11:31
bdrungtumbleweed: pushed11:31
tumbleweedLaney: any better ideas?11:32
Laneyget launchpad to get rid of old comments11:32
cjwatsonlibdevel-bt-perl is an object lesson in why it's sometimes worth debugging build failures on unsupported architectures11:55
cjwatsonit turns out that the reason powerpc failed is that it's running a new enough kernel to have the yama security extension turned on; if you try to build (or indeed use) libdevel-bt-perl on a current i386 system it fails in the same way11:56
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dokoseb128, what to do with seahorse? you did drop the -dev package12:11
seb128doko, what about seahorse?12:12
seb128doko, oh, the lib it used to ship is a new source12:12
seb128somebody needs to package it if we need it for something else12:12
dokoseb128, bug 840611, well, then please don't drop the -dev package in the first place :-(12:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 840611 in seahorse (Ubuntu Oneiric) "seahorse dropped the libcryptui-dev package, needed by almanah and seahorse-plugins" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84061112:13
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seb128doko, how can we keep the binary when the corresponding code has been dropped in the upstream update?12:13
seb128doko, they moved that code to a new source and tarball12:14
shbkhello, does anybody know what functions exactly can I use to get info about system(video card, resolution) from man 2 or man 3 . I have to use only c/c++.12:14
bdrungtumbleweed: what command did you use to test your changes?12:14
seb128doko, well those 2 binaries can be dropped from oneiric if nobody cares about it12:14
dokoseb128, please state this in the bug report12:14
seb128doko, ok12:14
pittiseahorse-plugins seems quite obsolete indeed12:14
pittiin the past we needed it for gpg, but that's built into g-keyring now12:15
seb128pitti, it still had gedit integration iirc but it's not worth spending efforts on12:15
shbkhello, does anybody know what functions exactly can I use to get info about system(video card, resolution) from man 2 or man 3 . I have to use only c/c++.12:15
tumbleweedbdrung: icedove. I couldn't test the CURRENT blacklisting because i couldn't find a suitable package (and couldn't get it working on dogfood)12:15
bdrungtumbleweed: xmms212:16
Hobbseeshbk: we don't do your homework for you.  Try google.12:16
seb128shbk, hi, that's probably not the right channel for your question, try #ubuntu, and repeating the question this way will rather be annoying to others than useful to get a reply12:16
jamespagedoko: thanks for doing those syncs yesterday - however maven2-core/maven2 needed to be built/published sequentially so we now need a no-change rebuild on maven2 to pickup the right version of maven2-core (2.2.1-6)12:18
jamespageonce that has published maven-plugin-tools should build OK (FTBFS ATM)12:19
dokojamespage, sorry, could you do these?12:19
jamespagedoko: I can do a branch for the maven2 rebuild - but I can't upload either package :-)12:20
jamespagedoko: if you are tied up I can prob find someone else to sponsor for me12:21
dokojamespage, sorry, forgot. will do12:24
jamespagedoko: thankyou12:24
bdrungtumbleweed: time to release 0.129 or is there something left to do?12:30
tumbleweedbdrung: I'm happy. I suspect we'll find more issues when more people start using syncpackage, but that's fine12:31
bdrungtumbleweed: pushed and uploaded12:35
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Riddellsladen: my oneiric install seems to have Ubuntu and Ubuntu Light fonts fixed up http://people.canonical.com/~jriddell/tmp/font-screenshot.png13:03
* ogra_ kicks gtk-3.0 13:03
Riddelltop is Ubuntu, second is ubuntu Light13:03
ogra_build faster, damned thing13:03
ogra_ha ! that helped !!13:04
pittiogra_: DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nocheck,parallel=4 might help? :-)13:05
ogra_pitti, well, you were the uploader :P13:05
sladenRiddell: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-font-family/+bug/744812/+affectsmetoo  or do you think this is something different again?13:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 744812 in ubuntu-font-family-sources (Ubuntu Oneiric) "FontConfig/Qt stack choke on Ubuntu Medium font meta-data (No medium in Inkscape and too bold in Qt apps)" [High,Fix released]13:06
ogra_but i fear that wont help on the uniprocessor armel builders :)13:06
pittiogra_: oh, and --extra-paint=go-faster-stripes13:06
pittiogra_: ah13:06
pittidear linux, please stop sucking so much when even the slightest bit of IO is going on13:06
Riddellsladen: I suspect it's different.  this isn't qt for one thing13:06
sladenRiddell: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-font-family/+filebug?field.title=Metadata:+Libreoffice+confusion+with+Ubuntu+Light13:08
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ogra_cjwatson, there is some unreleased stuff in the livecd-rootfs tree from you, i assume its fine to upload ?13:22
cjwatsonogra_: yes13:25
cjwatsonI didn't need to upload that since I deployed it by way of RT13:25
ogra_yeah, i remember13:26
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ogra_siretart, hmm, i see you worked on vlc-cachegen segfaults, any idea why it still fails on armel (seems to build on the other arches now)14:41
dholbachwe have to get sponsorship back on track again14:46
dholbachthe queue is growing, growing and growing14:46
dholbachand I'm sure there's still loads of good fixes in there14:46
cjwatsonWe also have to get the archive stable for release14:48
dholbachoh, I wasn't trying to say that everybody was twiddling thumbs :/14:49
cjwatsonI'm not saying this as a contradiction, but we have a *lot* of queues that need to be driven to zero14:49
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agateauhi, it seems multiarch support changed quite a lot in oneiric, I need to install 32bit versions of Qt libs in order to test Skype on an amd64 system, do you know how to do that?15:02
pittiagateau: if you enable partner, sudo apt-get install skype:i386 should get you everything you need15:03
agateaupitti: oh15:03
* agateau tries15:03
pittiagateau: the amd64 package hasn't been updated for that yet, that was in the beta-1 release notes15:03
agateaupitti: you mean for skype or for qt?15:04
pittiagateau: skype15:04
agateaupitti: ok, right now the skype binary from skype.com does not start because it is missing 32bit versions of Qt libs and libXss, is there a way for me to install those?15:06
jtayloryes, install the missing libs ._.15:06
jtaylorapt-get insall libxss1:i386 etc15:06
pittiagateau: yes, you can install any i386 version of a library with e. g. sudo apt-get install libqtgui4:i38615:06
cjwatsonskype:i386 should get you the lot though15:07
agateauoh, I didn't know about the :i386 syntax, thanks jtaylor and pitti15:07
jtaylorsomeone should put that skype thing in the topic, its probably the most frequent question15:08
pittiit's in the release notes15:08
jtayloroh this is not +115:09
pittiotherwise, skype isn't in ubuntu :)15:09
* agateau feels like a noob15:09
pittiagateau: in short, in oneiric final we'll (hopefully) have this fixed so that installing from s-c just works15:09
agateaupitti: sounds good15:10
agateauftr, it seems to work but I had to add foreign-architecture i386 to /etc/dpkg/dpkg.cfg (as mentionned in http://wiki.debian.org/Multiarch/Implementation)15:10
zulmterry: can you review the MIR for python-stompy please? Bug #83559615:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 835596 in python-stompy (Ubuntu) "[MIR] python-stompy" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83559615:18
cjwatsonagateau: also as mentioned in https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2011-August/000886.html for people who've been upgrading through oneiric; people who upgrade to oneiric directly using update-manager won't need to do that15:18
cjwatson(if you're running development releases, it's important to follow ubuntu-devel-announce)15:19
mterryzul, sure15:19
agateaucjwatson: ok, taking note15:19
zulmterry: thanks15:20
dholbachcan somebody moderate my mail on u-d-a through?15:23
dokodidrocks, could you upload the new qt4-x11? ARM needs it15:24
pittidholbach: looking15:25
didrocksdoko: it's untested on kubuntu (I asked kubuntu-devel people to get some test) and it completely breaks unity-2d and I wait for some to get some initial fixes15:25
cjwatsondholbach: done15:25
* pitti cancels listadmin then and starts over :)15:26
seb128hum, no slangasek15:26
seb128bug #839744 seems a multiarch sort if issue15:26
dokodidrocks, when do you expect this? because else, I'd like to get the fix for  bug 78531815:26
ubottuLaunchpad bug 839744 in glib2.0 (Ubuntu) "package libglib2.0-0 2.29.16-0ubuntu3 [modified: usr/share/doc/libglib2.0-0/changelog.Debian.gz] failed to install/upgrade: ErrorMessage: './usr/share/doc/libglib2.0-0/changelog.Debian.gz' is different from the same file on the system" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83974415:26
ubottuLaunchpad bug 785318 in qt4-x11 (Ubuntu) "programs segfault trying to dlopen libQtOpenGL" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/78531815:26
didrocksdoko: Thursday at the latest, hoping tomorrow15:26
dholbachthanks cjwatson15:26
dokook, sounds good15:27
dholbachand thanks pitti too :)15:27
seb128seems like the amd64 and i386 binaries conflict on the changelog?15:27
cjwatsonseb128: are the changelogs bitwise-identical between architectures?  (this is required)15:27
seb128cjwatson, I see no reason they shouldn't be15:28
cjwatsonbut are they?15:28
seb128but I didn't check the debs content15:28
seb128let me have a look15:28
seb128"Package: libglib2.0-0 2.29.16-0ubuntu3 [modified: usr/share/doc/libglib2.0-0/changelog.Debian.gz]" on the apport bug15:28
seb128that's a bit weird15:28
dokognome-auto stuff?15:29
seb128not on the changelog15:29
cjwatsonI don't know how relevant that is - I'd check the actual .debs15:29
seb128it seems to happen for people upgrading from natty15:29
Laneywon't they be not-bit-identical due to the changelog trimming?15:33
pittithat would be weird15:34
pittichangelog trimming is very well defined15:34
pittiand not arch specific15:34
LaneyI was thinking of the compression15:34
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pittithe full lenght changelogs get compressed as well, though15:35
pitti(just like manpages, etc.)15:35
pittidh_compress ought to call gzip with the "no timestamp" mode to get reproducible files15:35
pittithat is to say, I'm not at all claiming that changelog trimming isn't to blame here15:36
seb128cjwatson, yeah, the files are the same (same md5sum, from the unpacked debs)15:36
pittiit's just that we apply it to each and every package, and it doesn't seem to be a general problem15:36
Laneythey're the same here15:36
seb128cjwatson, it seems only to happen for natty to oneiric updates seeing the duplicate, no bug from oneiric to oneiric15:37
seb128Laney, pitti: ^15:37
pittiwould that be a problem if you have multiarch enabled in natty, and upgradre the amd64 and i386 package at different times?15:38
pitti(regardless of the particular package)15:38
cjwatsonpitti: the terminal log here shows that the amd64 package had already been upgraded, so that *shouldn't* be a problem15:43
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cjwatsonseb128: posted some analysis to bug 836915; would appreciate your thoughts15:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 836915 in opal (Ubuntu Oneiric) "opal is missing a b-d on ptlib, which is not in oneiric" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83691515:53
seb128cjwatson, thanks, looking15:53
cjwatsonseb128: ... and added some IRC discussion too15:54
ogra_hmpf, why does cdimage not respect ARCHES= anymore15:58
cjwatsonit should do15:58
cjwatsonexact command line?15:58
seb128cjwatson, I'm not sure now why we synced that one, is was a while back, but updating ptlib and ekiga with the experimental seems the easier thing to do there15:59
ogra_ARCHES=armel+ac100 for-project ubuntu cron.daily-preinstalled15:59
ogra_i end up with a log for mx515:59
cjwatson(although you should not be putting ARCHES= in the crontab any more, as there's a better mechanism)15:59
ogra_no, thats a manual testbuild15:59
ogra_i use cdimage's mechanism for auto-builds16:00
cjwatsonseb128: can you do the FFe stuff the?16:01
cjwatsonI'm currently trying to assemble a working build tree; if I can get far enough then I can provide a libav patch if need be16:01
ogra_funnily i know that the same worked before beta (ac100 was disabled suring milestone freeze)16:01
seb128cjwatson, ok16:01
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* ogra_ tries the build again but removes armel+mx5 from etc/default-arches16:08
ogra_i'm pretty sure ARCHES is overridden here ... might be that my format for the entry in etc/default-arches wasnt right16:09
ogra_yup, that way it works16:09
ogra_cjwatson, is there anything wrong with the old line 2 on http://paste.ubuntu.com/683644/ ? ARCHES isnt respected with the upper line but works fine if i just add ac100 to line 416:12
ogra_(or drop mx5 as i did)16:13
ogra_(thats wrt cdimage/etc/default-arches)16:13
bdmurraypitti: I'm trying to sort out an issue with the ubiquity apport source package hook and version tagging of bug reports in bug 842130 you can see the tag was added by my bot and not with the source package hook16:14
ubottuLaunchpad bug 842130 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "[regression] Does not fit netbook screen" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84213016:14
cjwatsondefault-arches shouldn't even be looked at at all if ARCHES is set16:14
cjwatsonI suggest using sh -x to find out what's going on16:14
cjwatson(DEBUG=1 is useful when doing this too, so that it doesn't try to publish stuff)16:14
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apwpitti, i have an issue with apport-gtk, where it seems to be consuming 25% of my CPU, killing my battery life16:27
apwpitti, when i renamed it away i got a popup saying that "program this report refers to is no longer present"16:28
apw(and my CPU went back to 0)16:28
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bdmurrayapw: is there anything recent in /var/crash ?16:28
apwbdmurray, yep piles of unity exploding16:29
bdmurrayapw: you might try recreating the issue with ubuntu-bug /var/crash/pile_1_of_explodyness16:29
apwbdmurray, will try once i have done these power tests16:46
macothere's a patch pilot in the /topic but not in the channel. hrmph.16:47
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micahgmaco: fixed :)16:49
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bryceh@pilot in17:57
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om26erbryceh, Hi! can you please sponsor https://code.launchpad.net/~om26er/ubuntu/natty/unity/unity-fix-761409/+merge/74009 :)17:58
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barryScottK: re your comment in bug 832864.  are you saying you've approved the ffe for pyside?  if so, i can upload the new version and its dependents17:58
ubottuLaunchpad bug 832864 in pyside (Ubuntu Oneiric) "pyside version 1.0.4-1 failed to build in oneiric" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83286417:58
barryScottK: cool, thanks17:59
brycehom26er, ok, looking18:02
micahgbryceh: there's another unity issue waiting for sponsorship from hyperair18:03
om26ermicahg, i have the fix for that as well ;)18:03
hyperairom26er: you do?18:03
hyperairom26er: why didn't you include it in your upload? =\18:04
om26erhyperair, my branch have the fix18:04
om26eri added your patch18:04
hyperairi didn't see your branch18:04
hyperairbut whatever got uploaded to -proposed didn't have my patch.18:04
om26erhyperair, I also proposed your fix to lp:unity/3.018:05
hyperairafaik my fix was irrelevant/already committed into trunk.18:05
hyperairso there wasn't really a need to do that, or was there?18:05
om26erhyperair, it proposed it to stable series trunk18:06
brycehom26er, hyperair, ok, ping me again when you have this all sorted out :-)18:06
om26erbryceh, its sorted already ;)18:06
brycehom26er, also, the version number for a natty backport should be ~natty1.n rather than ~natty318:07
om26erbryceh, last upload I had it natty1.1 it was rejected18:07
om26eri was asked to make it natty218:07
brycehom26er, by whom?18:07
micahgbryceh: natty2 is already in -proposed18:07
om26erraof I think18:07
* om26er checks18:07
micahgbryceh: makes sense this this was already a natty backport18:08
micahgor a natty specific upload18:08
brycehoh right18:08
brycehweird numbering18:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 769703 in unity (Ubuntu Natty) "Unity launcher does not auto hide when using dragging in Qt softwares" [High,Fix released]18:09
micahgom26er: your branch should be against natty-proposed BTW, not natty18:09
* micahg goes back to other things...18:10
hyperairmeh. i can't figure out all this bzr crap.18:13
hyperairom26er: do you have any other fixes queued in your bzr branch?18:13
hyperairif not, can bryceh just upload my debdiff as is?18:14
hyperairit would be much simpler that way.18:14
hyperairbryceh: also, what's with the natty1.n versioning? i've never seen this kind of versioning before.18:14
om26erhyperair, it have two bug fixes bug 816632 and 76140918:15
ubottuLaunchpad bug 761409 in unity (Ubuntu Natty) "Cannot click on left-most indicator on panel if a systray icon appears" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/76140918:15
ubottuLaunchpad bug 816632 in unity (Ubuntu) "Memory leak in IndicatorObjectEntryProxyRemote::GetPixbuf" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/81663218:15
hyperairoh seriously.18:15
* hyperair sighs18:15
hyperairhow complicated.18:15
hyperairhonestly, i don't really care as long as my patch goes in somehow.18:15
hyperairthe memory leak is annoying.18:16
hyperairso just do as you like18:16
brycehhyperair, shall I wait on sponsoring om26er's branch until you have things sorted out?18:16
hyperairbryceh: i'm letting om26er sort things out. he's already got my patch queued in his branch.18:17
om26er(this branch have the fix for the issue hyperair reported) the change in src/IndicatorObjectEntryProxyRemote.cpp is the fix18:17
hyperairbryceh: honestly, bzr confused the hell out of me, and i'm satisfied with just uploading debdiffs.18:17
macobryceh: can you take a look at https://code.launchpad.net/~maco.m/ubuntu/oneiric/system-config-printer/desktop-change/+merge/74273 ?18:26
maco>< an hour is an awful long time to take to generate a one-line diff18:27
* micahg hugs maco for that fix18:27
beunomaco, launchpad's diff generation is stalled at the moment18:27
macobeuno: oh, well that would explain that18:27
macomicahg: xfce user?18:27
micahgmaco: xubuntu dev :)18:27
macooh heh18:27
macocharlie was making some noise about it in -a11y18:28
brycehmaco, sure18:30
mdzsmoser, kirkland, we're running into bug 816387 and are going to try Tyler's proposed patch18:31
ubottuLaunchpad bug 816387 in eCryptfs "ecryptfs kernel panic when rebooting/shutdown" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/81638718:31
macobryceh: thanks18:31
mdzis https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernalTeam/EC2Kernel the best resource for how to build the kernel for EC2?18:31
smosermdz, kernel is just -virtual kernel18:32
mdzsmoser, ok, so no special instructions? just build that flavour?18:32
smoserfor >= maverick18:33
mdzis https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel/Compile the right resource then?18:33
smoseryou should ask in ubuntu-kernel to be more sure, smb woudl know. but i think so, yes.18:33
mdzsmoser, ok, thanks18:34
smbsmoser, mdz Not sure there was a community one but also some more specific...18:35
smbThe link was the community one18:35
brycehom26er, sponsored and uploaded to natty-proposed.18:36
om26erbryceh, thank you :)18:36
smbmdz, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/BuildYourOwnKernel18:36
tyhicksmdz: Be sure to check out the kernel.org bug - the proposed patch that was mentioned in the LP bug didn't fix it18:40
tyhicksmdz: This one seems to fix it: http://git.kernel.org/linus/f61500e000eedc0c7a0201200a7f00ba5529c00218:41
mdztyhicks, will do, thanks very much!18:41
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bryceh/tmp/buildd/system-config-printer-1.3.6+20110831/debian/tmp//usr/share/applications/system-config-printer.desktop: error: value "KDE,GNOME;" for key "NotShowIn" in group "Desktop Entry" contains an unregistered value "KDE,GNOME"; values extending the format should start with "X-"18:44
brycehError on file "system-config-printer.desktop": Failed to validate the created desktop file18:44
brycehmake[3]: *** [install-desktopDATA] Error 118:44
brycehmaco, ^^18:44
macobah, ok.18:45
* maco goes to re-look-up how lists work18:46
brycehshould it be =KDE;GNOME maybe?18:46
broderyeah, i think semicolon is the separator there18:46
seb128bryceh, it should yes18:46
macooops. sorry :(18:47
seb128bryceh, maco: with a ; at the end of the list as well i.e ="KDE;GNOME;"18:47
macoi dont have an oneiric here to try to do the testing with18:47
macoi wonder if "The OnlyShowIn field is a list of strings identifying the environments that should display a given menu item. If an OnlyShowIn field is present, a given environment should only display the menu item if the string identifying that environment is present. The strings are case-sensitive." in the menu spec could be updated to say "semi-colon delineated list"18:48
brycehat least the build process includes a validator to catch it18:49
brycehso that's nice :-)18:50
macomaking a debdiff for that for oneiric on natty wouldnt work here, so i just kinda hoped the syntax was right :-/18:50
brycehmaco, I've fixed it up locally and will upload it18:50
macobryceh: thanks18:51
hyperairom26er: thanks for incorporating my patch.18:51
brycehmaco, chroots and pbuilders are your friends :-)18:51
macobryceh: dont i need a source package before i can pbuild it?18:51
maco(and i have no idea how to do the chroots thing. i can chroot in to rescue a system, but other than that...vmware)18:52
om26erhyperair, oh no problem :)18:52
hyperairom26er: :)18:52
seb128maco, the format didn't change you could probably desktop-file-valide it on any recent ubuntu version18:53
brycehmaco, no problemo, I'll email you a script I use to make chroots18:53
macoseb128: i didnt know about that command. i guess if i quilt push -a then i could run it on the desktop.in, maybe?18:54
seb128maco, yeah, you could take the .desktop, hack it locally and run the validator on it18:55
brycehmaco, chroot making script sent.19:10
brycehmaco, branch merged and uploaded for oneiric19:11
macothank you19:14
seb128maco, that changelog entry is quite confusing, it doesn't match the upload19:15
seb128"to NotShowIn:KDE so it works for Xubuntu, GNOME, etc. (LP: #841817)"19:15
macocruddddd did i write it before reading your comment on the bug, maybe?19:18
macotoday is a fail day19:18
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kirklandmdz: I'm just getting online for the first time in a few days....responded to your email now, glad to see tyhicks got you looking at the right git commit19:53
smoserkees, does this look sane to you: http://paste.ubuntu.com/683827/20:15
micahgsmoser: he's off today, but you're missing the piece in debian/control that was dropped20:17
smoseroh for petes sake.20:17
smosermicahg, ok http://paste.ubuntu.com/683828/20:22
smoserthat seems right to me (and builds)20:22
micahgsmoser: I think that's fine, but to be sure, you can grab the last ubuntu version and diff20:23
smosermicahg, last ubuntu version did not need the additional patch20:24
smoser(the adding of the 'hardening-wrapper' is correct)20:24
smoserprevious source just built with no necessary additional patches20:25
micahgsmoser: right, was referring to the control file, idr exactly what the diff was, ah, if you checked then it should be fine :)20:25
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seb128could somebody set https://code.launchpad.net/~jtaylor/ubuntu/natty/meld/meld-sru/+merge/72410 to merged?21:37
jonoLaney, howdy21:50
jonosorry in advance21:51
jonoI am here to nudge you about work items21:51
jonowould you mind having a look into your items on the following:21:51
LaneyI mailed the ARB yesterday21:51
jonothat's it :-)21:51
* Laney changes that one21:51
jonoif you could update them, that would be great21:51
* Laney is not very good at blueprints21:51
ajmitchLaney: you did?21:52
Laneydidnt it work?21:52
stgraberhaven't received anything21:53
Laneyis it moderated for non members?21:53
ajmitchdid you do it through the LP contact-a-team, or the ML?21:53
ajmitchprobably, jono can approve21:53
Laneyyah boo21:53
Laneydown with moderation!21:53
ajmitchyay for less spam though :)21:54
stgraberLaney: add a WI for jono to let the e-mail through ;)21:54
jonostgraber, oi!21:54
ajmitchjono: or you could possibly add arb people to the mailman listadmin? :)21:55
Laneyit wasn't a very good solution to the work item fyi21:55
Laney"here are the docs, but they suck"21:55
Laneymaybe the new sexier mentors will let us unify the two finally21:56
jonook, I need to get IS to reset the password for the list for me21:56
jonoI have lost it21:56
jonoand then I will see if someone else can be an admin21:57
Laneyi'll forward it to ajmitch who can then send it to the list :P21:57
ajmitchheh, ok21:57
* jono is useless21:57
jonoapologies Laney21:57
ajmitchjono: don't worry, it took me awhile to dig up the password for the ubuntu-nz list :)21:57
Laneyyou don't have it in ~/.listadmin.ini?21:58
ajmitchI didn't21:58
jonothanks Laney21:59
* jono goes back to hassling other people about work itemms21:59
LaneyI was thinking about the debdiffs thing the other day21:59
Laneyhow would you tell them apart from other diffs?21:59
* micahg has a work item or 2 outstanding, but doesn't remember what they are21:59
Laneylsdiff them for changes in debian/?21:59
ajmitchgiven that any change should include something in debian/changelog, I guess that'd work22:00
Laneythen you have to download them all :(22:01
ajmitchis there a fulltext search on LP for attachments?22:03
* ajmitch is sure he read something about that awhile ago22:03
ajmitchhttps://lists.launchpad.net/launchpad-dev/msg03633.html is the best I can find offhand, saying no22:05
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bryceh@pilot out22:14
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ajmitchLaney: ok, it made it through to the list now22:23
Laneynighty night22:27
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siretartogra_: in debian, the cause was a lovely segfault due to global destructors in qt23:30
siretartogra_: known in ubuntu as LP: #78531823:34
elmois the FFE process for universe really the same as main these days?23:46
infinityPretty much.23:47
infinityThough you may find release folk slightly more tolerant of universe FFEs.23:47
cjwatsonyep, same process, not necessarily same strictness23:48
micahgelmo: not on an image with no rdepends has a lower burden23:48

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