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dholbachgood morning06:57
mgolischcan someone fix fusioninventory-for-glpi? its the wrong version in natty07:42
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jtaylorwhats the general advice for fixing packages that have no patch system, add one or add the changes inline?08:25
jtaylorsometimes I get spoonsors who want me to add one sometimes I get one that wants me to not do it ._.08:25
Laneywe've always said "don't change the patchsystem"08:45
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tumbleweedjtaylor: edit-patch will create a debian/applied-patches directory, which at least documents the patch10:38
* tumbleweed just patches directly10:39
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lenios__hi there12:18
vkhi i want to create an ubuntu package for OpenGrok (http://hub.opensolaris.org/bin/view/Project+opengrok/WebHome), an SCM Browing tool12:30
vkdoes anything stay against the inclusion of such a package into ubuntu universe/multiverse? or how is the process of applying for inclusion12:30
vkor do i have to create the package for debian and then pull it into ubuntu?12:30
sagaciit's generally better to package it for debian12:31
vkis there an equivalent of motu in debian?12:32
Laneyvk: have you seen http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=425609 ?12:32
ubottuDebian bug 425609 in wnpp "RFP: opengrok -- Wicked fast source code indexing and search software built on top of lucene" [Wishlist,Open]12:32
vkLaney, yes i have12:32
vki just don't know what that means. does it mean somebody is already working on it? or do they want to include it but just nobody had the time to do it12:33
vkor is it just somebody asking for the package and it's not decided whether or not the package will be included?12:33
Laneysomebody did work on it some time ago, but isn't any more12:33
Laneythere's a mentors link there that you may be able to start with for your package12:34
sagacivk, best to look through the debian new maintainers guide if you haven't already12:34
vksagaci, ok thanks. no i haven't :)12:34
jamespagehey vk - we also discussed packaging of opengrok at UDS-O - https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/server-o-opengrok12:37
jamespagecurrently blocked as lucene3 is not packaged - but someone is working on that ATM12:37
vkjamespage, ah ok12:37
vkcool :-)12:37
jamespagevk: I was going to try and spend some time on opengrok itself but... no time ATM12:38
Laneyjamespage: In Debian, I hope :-)12:38
jamespageLaney: of course :-)12:38
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jamespagejhunt and I had this crazy idea about indexing all of the source packages in ubuntu to make the codebase supporting ubuntu searchable12:39
jamespageopengrok will support that nicely12:39
cjwatsonvk: MOTU shares some characteristics with debian-mentors, debian-qa, and other teams, but there is no direct or even particularly near equivalent12:40
tumbleweedcjwatson: thanks for the detailed u-d-t bug report on Pending -> Published :)12:43
cjwatsonNP, sorry not to be able to propose an immediate fix12:46
cjwatsonjust always using status='Published' is probably *mostly* OK now12:46
cjwatsonat least for the time being, until they fix passing a list of statuses12:46
tumbleweedyeah, that's certainly the quick answer12:46
geserthe check for 'pending' was only added because the Debian mirror used it13:11
gesercjwatson: is it valid to assume that if checking for 'pending' that a returned package is newer than the 'published' once and will get 'published' soon? or can something stop the publishing of a pending package?13:13
Laneyi just put some more information on http://people.ubuntu.com/%7Elaney/bugs-with-debdiffs.txt13:14
Laneywould be nice to generate some html out of it at this stage ...13:14
cjwatsongeser: in Ubuntu, it's probably possible to reject/remove/something a package between pending and published13:15
geserlike a source package in the NEW queue or being held in the queue during a freeze?13:17
cjwatsongeser: like being quick13:24
cjwatsonit happens occasionally13:24
cjwatsonI can't remember whether NEW/UNAPPROVED are the same state13:24
ScottKgeser: You can definitely reject a pending package.  I've done it when I clicked the wrong button.13:43
geserok, so best to wait on "published" (in context of requestsync)13:43
cjwatsongeser: I don't think that follows.  Debian Pending publications aren't going to get rejected13:52
cjwatsonin the case of imported distributions, Pending is basically an internal state rather than corresponding to any true pendingness in Debian archive management13:52
geserthe function is used to fetch source package data (through the LP API) both for Debian and Ubuntu, so it would be nice if it does for the both the "right" thing13:56
ScottKBut requestsync only operates one way, so I'm not sure why it matters.14:06
tumbleweedit is nice to have requestsync usable as soon as possible. But the real solution there is to allow requestsync to act against incoming.debian.org / a local dsc14:12
cjwatsonI agree with ScottK; this isn't symmetric.  And in any event, rather soon we'll stop seeing any Pending records for Debian anyway, so it will be moot14:13
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bdmurrayLaney: so we said subscribe ubuntu-sponsors to bugs with debdiffs correct?  I'm doing this now17:04
tumbleweedthat would overwealm the sponsors queue, wouldn't it17:04
Laneyonly new ones17:04
bdmurraywell right that seemed like a given to me sorry17:04
LaneyI made a list of all of the old ones, so people may think of that17:05
Laneyyes, that's what I was thinking. Also if you could it would be nice to add a comment saying what's been done17:05
bdmurrayokay that seems reasonable17:06
Laneyare you limiting to only attachments flagged as patches?17:07
bdmurrayLaney: yes the search uses has_patch=True17:08
Laneytumbleweed: was weird to see "...rather than filing this as a bug..." on a bug report ;-)17:08
Laneybdmurray: great, I guess it's best to just give it a go and see how it works then17:08
tumbleweedLaney: it was a question. I've never turned a question into a bug report before. Didn't realise it would be reported by me17:09
Laneyseems suboptimal17:09
bdmurrayLaney: Does this comment work for you? http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/686038/17:29
Laneyremoving the patch tag won't get the bug off the queue17:30
bdmurrayright but you have to be a member of the sponsor's team to unsubscribe the team17:30
Laneyso I guess they should add a comment saying that it was incorrect17:31
bdmurrayit can't hurt to add that though I guess17:31
jbichaLaney: would you be willing to sponsor another update of gnome-shell?18:17
Laneyjbicha: sure18:49
jbichaLaney: thank you! https://code.launchpad.net/~jbicha/ubuntu/oneiric/gnome-shell/
Laneyjbicha: do you know why it doesn't start for me? I just get a nautilus menu stuck to the top of the screen and no WM19:25
jbichaLaney: no, could you try running DISPLAY=:0.0 gnome-shell --replace from a virtual terminal and see what errors you get?19:27
jbichait works for me but I'm having trouble figuring out what the runtime dependencies should be so that it works for everyone else19:29
Laneyjbicha: http://paste.debian.net/129091/19:44
tumbleweedbdrung: around?19:51
jbichaLaney: are you using the most recent gjs (1.29.17) & mutter (
Laneyjbicha: likely not, I haven't upgraded in a couple of days. You might want to bump the required versions if old ones don't work.19:58
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jbichaLaney: done and I repushed to my branch20:06
Laneyok, thanks, waiting for my full-upgrade to finish then we'll see20:08
jbichaLaney: looks like it's already been published to the archive without that20:09
Laneyoh well, just get it into the next release then20:09
jbichaLaney: thanks for looking it over & I'll just wait for the next release to up the versions20:10
Laneyjbicha: ah yes, works now with after the upgrade - good call20:13
LaneyI have definitely been broken by using a tiling WM for the past x years20:26
Laneyoverlapping windows feel insane to me now20:26
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lenioshi there, i'm interested in getting my package in universe, can anyone help?20:58
tumbleweedlenios: I'm afraid its rather late in the cycle to get new packages in. Although with the right motivation it can happen. Does it need to happen for oneiric?20:59
Laneyyou can get it into P and do an immediate backport21:00
lenioswould be great, but i guess there's no rush21:00
leniosi tried it on lucid, maverick and oneiric (and i think natty too), working fine21:01
tumbleweedyeah, Laney's backport suggestion seems good21:02
lenioswhat's different from doing it for oneiric?21:03
tumbleweedoneiric is in feature freeze21:03
leniosbackports aren't frozen?21:04
tumbleweedlenios: he was suggesting that you wait until oneiric releases, then backport to oneiric21:04
tumbleweed(get it into P, and backport to oneiric)21:04
tumbleweedanyway, the best way to get it into Ubuntu is to get it into Debian, have you started trying to do that?21:05
leniosthere's a debian package21:05
leniosi merged it into ubuntu21:05
tumbleweedlenios: what is it?21:06
tumbleweedthat appears to be in Ubuntu21:07
leniosyes, but only the old version21:07
leniosi packaged the latest version21:07
LaneyP will get 2.0 automatically21:08
tumbleweedif you think 2.0 should go into oneiric, it needs to be motivated (fixes more bugs than it introduces regressions, doesn't impact rdepends, you've tested it, etc.)21:10
leniosthere are no regressions that i know of, and we're using it at the company i work for a few weeks with no issues21:11
tumbleweedlenios: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FreezeExceptionProcess21:12
Laneydoes the ocsinventory stack need to be in sync?21:12
Laneylooks like -server got hit by the accidental autosync so is at 2.0 already :(21:13
leniosno, server and client are different21:13
* tumbleweed gets the feeling we sholud have paid more attention to that accidental sync, I keep coming across debris from it21:13
Laneywe should have finished the job21:14
jcfp"accidental sync"? when did that happen21:15
leniosi should have let you know about 2.0 client earlier21:18
Laneyno worries, if you want to follow the freeze exception route and mention the testing you've done I'm sure we can work it out21:22
bdrungtumbleweed: now21:34
tumbleweedbdrung: I've been going over u-d-t bugs (as I'm sure your INBOX is showing you)21:35
tumbleweedmost of the things I was going to ask I've added as bug comments21:35
bdrungtumbleweed: ok, then give me time to process my inbox21:36
bdrungtumbleweed: changelog._blocks looks like a private variable21:38
tumbleweedbdrung: I agree, but I don't see any alternative21:39
bdrungtumbleweed: iirc, there is an iterator21:39
tumbleweedoh, duh, I was blind21:40
bdrungtumbleweed: re massfile, can you ask on ubuntu-devel if someone uses it?21:44
tumbleweedyeah, that seems sensible21:44
bdrungtumbleweed: can you add the malformed changelog entry test to sponsor-patch?21:46
bdrungtumbleweed: and yes, we want to SPU some fixes21:49
leniosshould i give build log and install log in the bug, considering there's a ppa?21:51
tumbleweedlenios: you can link21:51
lenioslink ppa?21:51
tumbleweedto the build log21:52
leniosis there a way to get the ppa build log?21:52
tumbleweedyes, from an architecture's build record, from the detailed package view21:53
lenioshow's that? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ocsinventory-agent/+bug/84605821:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 846058 in ocsinventory-agent (Ubuntu) "ocsinventory-agent version should be the same as the ocsinventory-server" [Undecided,New]21:56
tumbleweedlenios: looks good21:57
bdrungtumbleweed: have you compare mk-build-deps with get-build-deps?22:02
tumbleweedbdrung: mk-build-deps doesn't install the dummy deb it creates (devscripts doesn't abuse sudo as much as u-d-t)22:03
jtayloryes it does22:03
tumbleweedoh, :)22:03
* tumbleweed should have read the manpage...22:04
bdrungjtaylor: -ir22:04
tumbleweedbdrung: I remember we vaguely discussed this at UDS, and someone (persia?) mentioned something else. I can't remember what it was22:05
bdrungtumbleweed: we have four scripts: get-build-deps, mk-build-deps -i -r, embuilddeps, apt-get-build-depends22:06
tumbleweedplus sbuild + pbuilder22:06
tumbleweedbdrung: I don't think get-build-deps is adding anything useful (except that it doesn't need equivs, which mk-build-deps does)22:09
bdrungtumbleweed: can you check the code? if get-build-deps has no additional feature, let's drop it.22:10
tumbleweedand I spent 30 mins on it last week, ah well :)22:10
bdrungtumbleweed: what have you done with the changelog?22:14
tumbleweedbdrung: fixed in the last commit22:14
tumbleweed"bzr commit" irritates my by guessing my commit message22:15
bdrungtumbleweed: typo Chancgelog22:19
tumbleweedand I even have spellchecking when editing changelogs :/22:20
bdrungtumbleweed: pushed22:50
bdrungtumbleweed: setup-... uses aptitude -> it should use apt-get22:54
leniosalso since i'm here, and zul is the official maintainer of likewise-open package, i hope  bug #845477 will be fixed before release22:55
ubottuLaunchpad bug 845477 in likewise-open (Ubuntu) "/usr/libexec/likewise-open/init-base.sh: 1: [init]: not found" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84547722:55
tumbleweedbdrung: got an ack to land the progress bar, from the submitter22:59
bdrungtumbleweed: re bug #783991, we should catch this23:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 783991 in launchpadlib "[requestsync] crashed with IOError in get_password()" [Critical,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/78399123:07
bdrungtumbleweed: re bug #806633, will you add the malformed changelog entry check or should i open a new bug for it?23:08
ubottuLaunchpad bug 806633 in ubuntu-dev-tools (Ubuntu) "[sponsor-patch] Chokes on badly formatted changelog" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/80663323:08
tumbleweedbdrung: busy adding malformed changelog entry check right now23:08
bdrungtumbleweed: re bug #845487, should we have a new bug for checking Pending too?23:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 845487 in ubuntu-dev-tools (Ubuntu) "Debian source publication checks have broken" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84548723:09
tumbleweedbdrung: I think the only thing that may need to care about Pending is requestsync. We've survived without it until now23:10
bdrungtumbleweed: and pull-*23:10
tumbleweedah, right23:11
bdrungtumbleweed: and backportpackage23:11
tumbleweedyeah, wishlist bug23:11
tumbleweedso much for me trying to clear the bug list tonight23:11
bdrungtumbleweed: i like the new download progress bar, but the user abort looks weird: http://paste.debian.net/129125/23:13
tumbleweedI'll add a finally23:13
bdrungthat clears the line?23:14
bdrungtumbleweed: feel free to file a bug for extending the logger (two or three levels should it have)23:15
bdrungtumbleweed: 'Downloading %s from %s (%0.3f MiB)' should be changed to use libkibi (someone needs to write the python binding)23:17
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tumbleweedbdrung: re Vcs fields, yes it should go to ubuntu-devel. We discussed it on IRC a while back, and it also appeared as a UDD bug23:22
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bdrungtumbleweed: you can release the current state (9 bugs fixed!)23:37
bdrungtumbleweed: and from setup.py!23:40
bdrungtumbleweed: the with statement breaks23:41

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