joeleskomicahg: I added the change to my beta branch. Going to do a test build to verify.03:59
joeleskomicahg: I looked at the thunderbird code branches and see what you mean that you need to redo the seamonkey branches to better organize them04:02
joeleskoLet me know if there is anything I can help with.04:03
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micahgjoelesko: thanks, I think just stable and beta are fine for seamonkey at this point04:56
micahgjoelesko: ok, so a few things, first, the changelog target should be UNRELEASED, this can be accomplished by making a new changelog with dch -i -DUNRELEASED or dch -v VERSION_GOES_HERE -DUNRELEASED05:53
micahgjoelesko: second, patches should only be removed if they're applied upstream, not if they don't apply to the source (they may need to be rebased)05:55
micahgjoelesko: third, r261 is confusing, the patches are removed, but they're added to the series file05:57
micahgjoelesko: regarding these patches, you might want to look at the thunderbird-beta branch to see which ones have been kept and which ones dropped05:57
micahgjoelesko: if you want to try to fix these, you can start with a fresh branch and pull each revision in individually from the old one with bzr merge -c, then you can overwrite the branch you pushed to LP with your new changes06:00
micahgjoelesko: if this were a production branch, we'd just commit on top though, but since it's a branch to be merged, you have that luxury :)06:01
micahgjoelesko: also, if you can make the commit for the new beta release separate (i.e. before you make changes related to the new release), that would be great06:08
chrisccoulsong'ah, i hate this KDE patch12:37
chrisccoulsoni think we should kill it12:37
chrisccoulsonit's such a pain having a distro patch this bug12:37
chrisccoulsonm_conley_away, you around?12:45
chrisccoulsoncould we get the latest version of messagingmenu-extension on addons.mozilla.org?12:45
chrisccoulsonwe have some upgraders from natty who installed it, and are having issues after upgrading to oneiric (because it takes priority over the bundled version, and loads old libraries in to thunderbirds address space)12:46
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chrisccoulsonw00t, i'm attending mozcamp in berlin :)13:39
chrisccoulsonbusy month next month13:39
byte_bucketanyone here happen to be involved in the CA (re)verification project  ?14:47
micahgchrisccoulson: you were supposed to upstream the KDE patch :P15:43
chrisccoulsonmicahg, well, it's maintained by the opensuse maintainer15:43
chrisccoulsonand it's not really in an "upstreamable" form15:44
joeleskomicahg: I did the changes you requested to  my beta branch ( I think) . The pldhash is in the upstream version as pldhash.cpp.15:46
joeleskomicahg: I'm not sure I'm in sync with what you want yet. I was having some problems with the merge -c stuff.15:47
micahgjoelesko: thanks, it's a busy short week for me, so I might not get to review again before the weekend15:47
joeleskono problem. I want to build the beta to make sure it works.15:48
micahgjoelesko: so, I was just offering a tip there, it's not required, bzr merge -c REV_NO just gives you the diff of one revision that you can apply to another branch15:48
joeleskomicahg: I apperciate tip. I'm always open to learn a better way. I know you have been doing for a long time and would like to learn from your experiences.15:49
joeleskochrisccoulson: Is the L10N intergration difficult?15:51
micahgjoelesko: better, but, can you make each change/entry in debian/changelog a single commit, they came through all as one commit this time15:51
micahgit makes it easier to review the changes as well as merge specific changes to another branch15:52
micahgjoelesko: well, we wanted to do l10n for oneiric, but I had a build failure, I can push up my branch if you want to play with it15:52
joeleskomicahg: I was wondering about that. I think you said it a few times. Each '*' in the changelog needs to be it's own commit. Correct?15:52
micahgjoelesko: yes, and bzr commit will use whatever the diff is in debian/changelog as the commit message in oneiric on15:53
micahgjoelesko: also, let's not hardcode specific tags in debian/rules, it should be able to use any tag from the beta channel ideally15:54
joeleskook. makes sense15:55
joeleskoI will fix those issues later today. Thanks for the feedback.15:56
mdeslaurchrisccoulson: have you seen an issue where opening firefox will only show the window decorations with nothing inside?16:11
mdeslaurchrisccoulson: retrying 2-3 times eventually makes it open16:11
chrisccoulsonmdeslaur, i haven't16:14
chrisccoulsonmdeslaur, perhaps try chrome? isn't that what everyone else is using anyway?16:15
chrisccoulsonsorry, that was meant to be sarcastic ;)16:15
chrisccoulsonnot having a good start to the week16:15
micahgchrisccoulson: so this would be a bad time to tell you I'm out Thursday and Friday again this week (last one until I go on a real vacation) ;)16:17
chrisccoulsonmicahg, i don't mind. perhaps i will book some time off at the end of the week too16:18
mdeslaurchrisccoulson: I can blame compiz if it makes you feel any better16:19
chrisccoulsonmdeslaur, oh, blaming compiz always makes me feel better16:20
micahgmdeslaur:  there are bugs about compiz/vlc already :)16:20
chrisccoulsonespecially seeing as i don't use it ;)16:20
micahgunity-2d FTW! :)16:20
chrisccoulsoni actually like gnome-shell16:20
* chrisccoulson hides16:20
micahgchrisccoulson: you're safe in this channel (mozjs :))16:20
chrisccoulsonbut i prefer unity-2d over both of them16:21
joeleskochrisccoulson: I always blame it on solar flares :)16:23
chrisccoulsonheh :)16:23
chrisccoulsonwow, i've booked my flight to the platform rally already. i normally end up forgetting about it and then leaving it really late16:24
joeleskomicahg: If we don't put a tag in for what release to use, shouldn't all patches be removed?16:26
micahgjoelesko: huh? why?16:27
joeleskofrom the beta branch16:27
joeleskoIf you check out a different beta, patches may not work.16:27
joeleskoOr am I missing something16:27
micahgjoelesko: the patches should only be removed when they get applied upstream or are no longer necessary due to upstream changes (not just not apply)16:27
micahgjoelesko: we'll track the latest version of the channel in question, that's why commiting which version you're working on (as an entry in debian/changelog) is important, people can see at what point stuff gets changed/dropped16:29
joeleskoohhhh. Now I get it. Thanks16:29
chrisccoulsonmdeslaur, do you see anything on the console when you see your firefox bug btw?16:40
mdeslaurchrisccoulson: no, but I'll restart my session, may not be a firefox issue16:42
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