micahgknome: there might be an extension for that00:33
micahgknome: what do you mean by custom command00:34
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knomemicahg, found out already. "Mailbox Alert" is the extension11:30
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chrisccoulsonm_conley, i had a look at your change to get the eds extension building again14:33
chrisccoulsondon't you need to set PYTHONPATH anywhere?14:34
chrisccoulsonas typelib.py includes some modules that aren't in the normal location14:34
m_conleychrisccoulson: hm, good point14:34
m_conleychrisccoulson: hang on, let me dive in14:34
chrisccoulsonm_conley, PYTHONPATH=$LIBXUL_SDK/sdk/bin should do it14:35
m_conleyPYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:$LIBXUL_SDK/sdk/bin, no?14:36
chrisccoulsonm_conley, yeah, that's technically more correct14:36
m_conleychrisccoulson: pushed!14:40
chrisccoulsonm_conley, thanks14:41
chrisccoulsonm_conley, i'll fix the thunderbird-dev package to install the new typelib.py bits as well15:10
m_conleychrisccoulson: ah, lovely. :)15:10
chrisccoulsonhmm, seems like there's still quite a bit of fallout from bug 855171 :/15:28
ubot2Launchpad bug 855171 in ca-certificates-java "libnss3.so went missing after upgrade" [Critical,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/85517115:28
chrisccoulsonouch, the downloadable mozilla.org xulrunner sdk is huge15:32
chrisccoulsonall i want to do is look at what files are installed in it15:33
bhearsumchrisccoulson: i can tar -jvxf for you if you want15:46
bhearsumi mean t15:46
chrisccoulsonbhearsum, it's ok, i've got it here now :)15:46
bhearsumoh, ok15:46
chrisccoulsonm_conley, ok, i'm respinning the thunderbird nightly build with your eds extension fix in now16:00
chrisccoulsonlets hope that works :)16:00
m_conleychrisccoulson: fingers crossed.  :)16:01
m_conleychrisccoulson: that should also take care of some ABI bustage too.16:01
chrisccoulsonm_conley, yeah, i fixed that locally then realized i never sent you a patch ;)16:01
m_conleychrisccoulson: it happens.  :)16:01
chrisccoulsonoh, everyone is going to be pleased with me. 2 firefox + thunderbird builds in one day. i'm going to run before people start complaining that i've taken all the builders again ;)16:02
cormynanyone know if mozilla has a dedicated IRC channel just for thunderbird?16:35
bhearsum#thunderbird on irc.mozilla.org16:41
micahgchrisccoulson: there's no reason for such complaints, there are plenty of buildds available16:43
maolonHello ! I'm not sure to ask at the right place, so let me know if I'm wrong. I have a problem to find my messages in icedove (clone of thunderbird I think) because I totally reinstalled my Debian Lenny. I kept /home partition (no formatting), and the directories where are my messages are intact, but I can't retrieve all my mails and contacts. Is there a solution ? I search on the web but find nothing. Thank.17:16
maolonbye !17:24
maolonHello ! I'm not sure to ask at the right place, so let me know if I'm wrong. I have a problem to find my messages in icedove (clone of thunderbird I think) because I totally reinstalled my Debian Lenny. I kept /home partition (no formatting), and the directories where are my messages are intact, but I can't retrieve all my mails and contacts. Is there a solution ? I search on the web but find nothing. Thanks.17:48
maolonThanks anyway bye !17:56
micahgwow, 10 minutes isn't long enough for most people to read the message17:56
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FernandoMiguelmicahg: eheh17:59
micahgchrisccoulson: could you please add me to chromium-daily?  also, any chance of adding chromium to your crons or is it all running from the DC now?18:00
FernandoMiguelmicahg: who is looking into video v4l ? it breaks with google chat plugin18:03
micahgFernandoMiguel: idk, is there  a bug report somewhere?18:04
FernandoMiguelsince it's not a package in the archive18:04
FernandoMiguelit's 3rd party18:04
FernandoMiguelbut since we are the ones breaking18:05
micahgupstream says it's our fault?18:05
FernandoMigueland it will affect 11.10 and gmail/gtalk gadget/Plus18:05
FernandoMiguelnot sure18:05
FernandoMiguelI told a google plus dev about it and sent feedback18:05
micahgok, is it a binary plugin?18:06
micahgFernandoMiguel: we don't really have anyone to chase down stuff for chromium ATM, my goal is just to keep the various channels building and maybe find someone to upstream bug reports18:07
FernandoMiguelnot chromium18:07
FernandoMiguelit breaks for every browser18:08
micahgFernandoMiguel: is there a homepage for this?18:08
FernandoMiguel google-talkplugin depends on lib32v4l-0; however:18:08
FernandoMiguel  Package lib32v4l-0 is not installed.18:08
FernandoMiguelmicahg: sure... let me find a direct link18:09
FernandoMiguelmicahg: http://www.google.com/talk/18:09
micahgFernandoMiguel: right, now with multiarch, that should be an alternate dependency on the actual library18:09
micahg*there should be18:09
micahgFernandoMiguel: try installing the 32 bit version18:10
FernandoMiguelthat doesn't fix it to *everybody*18:10
micahgFernandoMiguel: if it's using lib32v4l, it's not 64 bit anyways18:10
FernandoMiguelbut the plugin *is* 64bits18:11
micahgno, it's a 64 bit deb, the plugin is 32 bit18:11
bhearsumhow's the 11.10 beta these days?20:21
bhearsumwould i be a fool to uprgade to it? ;)20:21
chrisccoulsonhi bhearsum20:41
chrisccoulsonit's not too bad, but i recommend using unity-2d20:41
chrisccoulsonthat's what i'm using atm, i find it much more reliable20:42
bhearsumthan 3d, or 11.04? ;)20:42
chrisccoulsonbhearsum, than 3d20:42
chrisccoulson3d still has some really critical bugs related to window stacking, although those should be fixed straight after the beta release20:43
chrisccoulsonbut i dislike the design in 3d ;)20:43
bhearsuminteresting, i might upgrade to iton one of my machines tonight20:45
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micahgFernandoMiguel: slangasek just updated ia32-libs to fix your gtalk plugin issue21:53
micahgchrisccoulson: thanks for the Firefox branch updates :), did you make a tarball yet or should I ?21:53
FernandoMiguelthank you21:54
micahgchrisccoulson: disregard tarball question, doesn't exist yet :)21:56
chrisccoulsonmicahg, not yet, i'll do that tomorrow. i want to do the thunderbird branches tonight21:56
chrisccoulsonif there aren't any tarballs tomorrow, i'll just create them from the current beta, assuming there are no respins21:56
micahgchrisccoulson: does the globalmenu extension for thunderbird natty need any tweaking?21:57
chrisccoulsonmicahg, for natty? i don't think so, but natty is still on 3.121:57
chrisccoulsoni don't think anything should change there21:57
micahgchrisccoulson: right, ok, I'm going to upload soon, just wanted to make sure I didn't forget something21:58
chrisccoulsonyeah, that needs updating with every release in natty for firefox ;)21:58
micahgheh, rapid release, ftw, right?21:58
chrisccoulsonit's not really that difficult. it's just binary extensions that are a pain21:59
chrisccoulsonand only crazy people write those now21:59
chrisccoulsonwhich reminds me21:59
chrisccoulsonsomeone pinged me on IRC a few days ago and said there is a version of mozvoikko implemented in js-ctypes22:00
chrisccoulsonwe should try that out, and consider switching to that if it works22:00
chrisccoulsonthis binary version is an absolute nightmare for us22:00
micahgchrisccoulson: ok, I'm fine with switching if it reduces the maintenance burden22:01
chrisccoulsonit should reduce it a lot. the actual mozvoikko code isn't that bad to maintain, as it doesn't use any interfaces which break frequently22:02
chrisccoulsonso it really just needs a rebuild for each release22:02
chrisccoulsonthe problem though, is its build system22:02
micahgjoelesko: can you rebase your seamonkey branch against 2.4.0 when it's tagged?  I'll try to get to it over the weekend22:02
chrisccoulsonwhich is a total mess, and seems to break with every little change in firefox22:02
micahgchrisccoulson: let's make sure also we chat before you go on vacation to bring me up to speed on anything I might need to know22:04
chrisccoulsonmicahg, yeah, i was going to write an email tomorrow22:04
chrisccoulsonit should be pretty straightforward22:04
micahgthat would be great22:04
chrisccoulsonjust basically keeping on top of the beta releases, and i will have all the beta branches ready to go anyway22:04
micahgI currently don't know how the eds/globalmenu branches work in the scheme of the oneiric uploads22:04
chrisccoulsoni wouldn't worry about that too much, i should have that sorted before i go22:05
chrisccoulsonhopefully it should just be a case of doing beta uploads22:05
micahgok, well, that will just be for the PPAs then22:05
chrisccoulsonthe version of globalmenu-extension in oneiric is already compatible with firefox 922:05
chrisccoulsoni've just bumped bindwood compatibility to 9 as well, as one of the u1 guys has been testing it on the current nightlies22:06
micahgcool, that's been a thorn in my side, but I"ll poke dobey to test once it's all up22:09
chrisccoulsonit seems that nobody has noticed that i've only been running the lucid/maverick aurora/nightly builds twice per week ;)22:12
chrisccoulsoni changed it to only run nightly on natty and oneiric22:12
chrisccoulsoni wonder how many people actually use those on old releases22:12
micahgchrisccoulson: BTW, when can we chat about chromium22:18
chrisccoulsonheh :)22:18
chrisccoulsoni wanted to set up some cron jobs to get the dailies going again, seeing as i've got the firefox builds running from chinstrap now22:18
chrisccoulsonbut that went out of the window this week after getting involved with boot speed stuff22:19
chrisccoulsondo you know which branch was being used for which build?22:19
micahgchrisccoulson: that would be great, I can probably keep them running, so, that's a no go before you get back?22:19
micahgchrisccoulson: yes22:19
chrisccoulsoni couldn't tell which branch that the current oneiric version was coming from22:19
micahg.head -> daily, .dev -> dev, .beta -> beta, .stable -> stable22:20
micahgchrisccoulson: .oneiric is oneiric22:20
micahgall chromium-browser.x22:20
chrisccoulsonoh, i must have missed that one then ;)22:20
micahgI'm going to merge .stable from .beta when I get a chance, and then merge stable to oneiric22:21
* micahg finally figured out how to do those merges...22:21
micahgchrisccoulson: BTW, I think I'm going to go for an NSS update on Monday, we should release with updated roots22:25
chrisccoulsonyeah, makes sense22:25
chrisccoulsonmerging with bzr is a pain, as i found out recently ;)22:26
chrisccoulsoni don't like the bzr way of tracking files by unique identifiers22:26
chrisccoulsonit breaks if you add a file separately to 2 different branches and then try to merge them22:26
micahgyeah, I plan to merge specific revisions w/ -c22:28
chrisccoulsonmicahg, that still suffers from the same problem :)22:30
chrisccoulsoni discovered that with all of our mozilla branches, which have all evolved separately over time22:30
micahgchrisccoulson: BTW, can you add me to chromium-daily team please?22:33
chrisccoulsonmicahg, yeah, done22:34
micahgchrisccoulson: thanks22:34
* micahg figures he can manually upload stable for the moment22:34
joelesko_micahg: Yes I will rebase against 2.4 as soon as it's tagged for release.23:51
micahgjoelesko_: thanks!23:52
micahgI'll get it uploaded before release, just not sure if I'll get to it this week23:52
joelesko_np. It must be getting crazy23:53
micahgyep :)23:54
chrisccoulsoni need to have a look at that too :)23:55
chrisccoulsonand i definitely need to do it this week, seeing as i'm on vacation for 2 weeks ;)23:55
joelesko_I'll pull the rc tonight to make sure it packages correctly.23:55
joelesko_chrisccoulson: hi. Sounds like you have a full schedule also. Enjoy the time off.23:56

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