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micahgdobey: so, are there no more cil bindings for ubuntu one?02:06
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pittiGood morning06:20
pittidesrt: ayan wanted to look into packaging it; I'll ping him and take over if he doesn't have time06:21
desrtpitti: that would be very awesome :)06:22
pittisince the last time I looked at it, the test suite now shows a fair number of regressions06:22
pittiso it'll need some work again06:22
pittibut that doesn't block us from packaging it, of course06:22
desrtpitti: did you see the mails on the distributor list?06:23
pittidesrt: yes, I read the thread06:23
* desrt was happy to see them but a bit disappointed in the tone06:23
smspillazpitti: do you know if its possible to override the vendor LDFLAGS in a package ?06:45
smspillaz-Bsymbolic-functions is causing problems for us06:45
BigWhaleGood Morning06:49
pittismspillaz: if the upstream build system unconditionally sets it, then no; we  usually add a patch to drop it from Makefile.{am,in}06:51
pittismspillaz: more polite build systems do something like LDFLAGS?=, then you can set it in debian/rules06:52
smspillazpitti: oh as in, the debian default flags contains -BsymbolicFunctions06:52
smspillazpitti: oh as in, the debian default flags contains -Bsymbolic-functions06:53
smspillazso I need to remove that from the debian flags06:53
smspillaz(but only for compiz)06:53
pittismspillaz: ah yes, you can change that in debian/rules06:54
smspillazpitti: cool. what is the flag to do it. I tried DEB_LDFLAGS_MAINT_OPTIONS=foo but that didn't work06:55
smspillazerr I think it was06:55
pittismspillaz: export LDFLAGS= ... should work06:55
smspillazok, thanks!06:55
pittithere shouldn't be any particular magic06:56
pittiif it's not set, dpkg passes it in as default environment variable, but you should be able to override it normally06:56
smspillazpitti: thanks!06:59
smspillazthat works :)07:00
didrocksgood morning07:00
pittibonjour didrocks07:01
didrocksguten mornen pitti07:01
pittichrisccoulson: bug 857153 is "fix committed" for ages now, and "fix released" upstream, but neither seems to have landed in firefox 9 or 10; is that actually on track still?08:36
ubot2`Launchpad bug 857153 in firefox "Needs to get accessibility settings from GSettings" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/85715308:36
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pittihey seb12809:19
seb128hey pitti, wie gehts? ;-)09:19
pittigut, danke!09:19
didrockssalut seb128!09:24
seb128lut didrocks09:24
pittirodrigo_: got g-c-c built in jhbuild now, but I don't see the region panel at all; I guess I'm missing some more bits in jhbuild?09:29
chrisccoulsonhi pitti09:30
chrisccoulsonyes, that fix is in aurora (firefox 11)09:30
pittihey chrisccoulson, good morning09:30
chrisccoulsongood morning :)09:30
chrisccoulsonand aurora moves to beta next week09:31
chrisccoulsonwhich means it will be in precise next week if i decide we stay on the beta for another 6 weeks09:31
seb128pitti, did you build from trunk?09:37
pittiseb128: yes09:37
pittimaster for now, will switch to the wip/ branch in a bit09:37
seb128pitti, well you should have the normal region panel, but not rodrigo's changes09:37
pittibut I first wanted to see what's in master09:37
pittiI don't09:37
pittiin "personal" I just have brightness/lock, background, and online accounts09:38
pittiI do have libregion.so09:39
pitti** WARNING **: Could not find settings panel "region"09:39
pitti** WARNING **: Could not load setting panel "region": Unknown error09:39
pittiI suppose I need an additional module in jhbuild09:39
seb128strace if and see if it tries to load the jhbuild or system one?09:40
chrisccoulsonmmmmm, coffee09:40
chrisccoulsoni so need that this morning09:40
seb128pitti, you can use "XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP=GNOME gnome-control-center region" on the Ubuntu package to see it09:41
pitti8539  open("/home/martin-scratch/gnome/lib64/control-center-1/panels/libregion.so", O_RDONLY) = 809:41
pittiseems fine09:41
pittiseb128: hah, thanks09:42
pittiseb128: XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP=GNOME jhbuild run gnome-control-center region09:42
pittithat was it09:42
pittiseems upstream only shows it in GNOME?09:42
pittishell has a lot more now, too09:42
pittinow it just complains about invalid locales09:43
seb128pitti, it's using the .desktop files09:43
seb128pitti, so look at gnome-region-panel.desktop OnlyShowIn09:43
pittiseb128: right09:44
seb128right, region has GNOME only, not Unity09:45
pittibuilding rodrigo's branch now09:51
pittimeh, doesn't build due to wacom stuff09:52
pittimaster does09:52
seb128pitti, you can probably hack the wacom dir out from the makefile or configure09:53
seb128pitti, I guess he didn't merge back the changes from trunk09:53
pittiI just merged trunk, builds now09:54
pittiI don't really block on this yet, I can implement the WhatProvides in aptdaemon with just testing through a gdbus call09:54
pittibut I'm curious nevertheless :)09:54
glatzorhello pitti, seb128 and mvo10:05
pittihallo glatzor, wie gehts?10:06
seb128hey glatzor10:06
glatzorpitti, what happened to the work of rodrigo?10:06
glatzorpitti, fine. thanks10:06
pittiglatzor: he's still on it10:06
pittiglatzor: yesterday I finished the work on the language_support_pkgs.py logic and the aptdaemon plugin10:06
glatzorpitti, how are you?10:06
pittiglatzor: (which BTW works wonderfully! thanks for this ingenious plugin mechanism!)10:07
glatzorpitti, yeah. I have seen it. great work10:07
pittiglatzor: and today I wanted to start working on implementing WhatProvides in the aptdaemon PK compat layer10:07
pittiglatzor: would it be OK for you to do something liek10:07
pitti   import language_support_pkgs10:07
pitti   <raise not implemented error, as we do now>10:08
pittiglatzor: then this would work for Ubuntu, and not change any behaviour in Debian10:08
glatzorpitti, liek?10:08
pittiglatzor: or would it be relatively easy to add plugin support for WhatProvides?10:08
pittiglatzor: there is an existing PK_PROVIDES_ENUM_MODALIAS, whic we coudl also implement easily10:09
pittiand we want to add a new PK_PROVIDES_ENUM_LANGUAGE_SUPPORT for this10:09
pittiglatzor: s/liek/like/, sorry :)10:09
glatzorpitti, rodrigo pushes the work to packagekit?10:09
pittiglatzor: he was going to, yes; it's just adding the new enum for now10:10
glatzorpitti. it is ok. getting a reference implementation in the python apt backend of plugin should be easy too10:10
pittiglatzor: I'm more concerned how to integrate this into WhatProvides in aptdaemon now10:10
glatzorpitti, the whatprovides method hasn't been implemented yet since it wasn't required.10:11
pittiglatzor: right, it's just saying "not implemented" right now10:11
glatzorpitti, sessioninstaller does a better job. since it set a priorities to found packages10:12
pittiglatzor: but control-center can make use of WhatProvides "language-support" soon, and if we want to replace jockey in one of the next releases, having WhatProvides Modalias is handy, too10:12
glatzorpitti, it should be easy10:12
pittiglatzor: but that's session d-bus?10:12
pittiglatzor: the "easy" part is not the problem, it's the "ugly" for the try/except ImportError10:12
pittiglatzor: if what-provides could grow similar plugin support as cacheModifyAfter, we wouldn't need to "clutter" aptdaemon with code that uses language_support_pkgs.py or knowledge how dh-modalias adds the Modalias: headers to packages, etc.10:13
glatzorpitti, it is ok to go for the try/import approach. youjust have to raise a sane error in the case that it isn't available10:14
pittiglatzor: but if you don't like that, I'm happy to do the opportunistic import of language_support_pkgs if you agree10:14
pittiglatzor: it'd just continue to do self._fail_not_implemented, like it does now10:15
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glatzorpitti, so aptdaemon.plugins.whatprovides_modalias ?10:18
pittior whatprovides.<enum value>, but it doesn't really matter I guess10:19
glatzorpitti, right10:19
pittiglatzor: I'm not sure whether this stuff would be better as a plugin or in the core code10:19
glatzorpitti, having a plugin would allow to reuse the code easily in packagekit10:20
pittiglatzor: and I could keep both plugins in language-selector-common (or whereever it ends up later on)10:20
glatzorpitti, perhaps we could even thing about naming the plugins packagekit.backend.apt.plugins.whatprovides.modlias or something similar10:21
glatzorpitti, in the end you need a backend in packagekit which can handle the new functionality10:21
glatzorpitti, one of the reasons I revived the old python apt backend10:22
pittiglatzor: ah, so aptdaemon/pkcompat.py shouldn't implement it directly, but call a corresponding method in aptdaemon backend; and that would be the place to put the plugin or the code then?10:22
glatzorpitti, right. the apt backend of packagekit and aptdaemon would share the same plugins10:23
seb128didrocks, bug #922299 is for you10:24
ubot2`Launchpad bug 922299 in gnome-control-center "Mouse-wheeling "Launcher icon size" slider moves it the wrong way." [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/92229910:24
glatzorpitti, It would be a nice gesture to use the packagekit naming for the plugins10:24
pittiglatzor: the PK_PROVIDES_ENUM_* names, you mean? yes10:24
didrocksseb128: oh, interesting, please assign it to me if not already done :)10:24
glatzorpitti, it feels strange to promote changes to packagekit referring to aptdaemon.plugins :)10:24
seb128didrocks, done10:25
glatzorpitti, no. just the plugin names10:25
didrocksseb128: thanks10:25
seb128didrocks, thank you! ;-)10:25
pittiglatzor: how do you mean? the only change that we propose to PK itself is the addition of a new provides enum for LANGUAGE_SUPPORT10:25
pittiglatzor: I don't actually want to implement it in PK10:25
pittiglatzor: I think if we are going to land the control-center bits, we'll install python-aptdaemon.pkcompat, not packagekit?10:26
glatzorpitti, That is why I would reject your changes to packagekit (if I am the packagekit maintainer)10:27
pittiglatzor: rodrigo sayd yesterday that hughsie wouldn't mind adding the enum10:28
glatzorpitti, it feels strange to push changes to the reference implementation that cannot be used by it10:28
pittiglatzor: so, going back a step, what would you recommend instead?10:28
pittiglatzor: after all, most of the possible what-provides enums are not implemented in most backends10:29
pittiglatzor: anyway, it's relatively easy to implement it in packagekit itself, too10:34
pittiglatzor: so we could do (1) a packagekit patch which adds the enum and an apt backend implementation10:34
pittiglatzor: and (2) an aptdaemon patch which also implements this UI through a plugin10:35
glatzorpitti, right. and both aptdaemon and packagekit apt backend could share the same plugin.10:41
pittiglatzor: oh, packagekit has plugins, too?10:41
glatzorglatzor, oh. packagekit itself has got a plugin mechanism. But I would just add the same small plugin loading feature of aptdaemon to the apt backend of packagekit10:42
glatzorpitti,  you would just need the cache and the search string in plugin method? and return a list of apt.package.Packages10:50
pittiglatzor: right10:56
pittiglatzor: ok, I'll start with the PK patch then10:56
glatzorpitti, the enum one or also the plugin loading mechanism in the apt backend?11:01
pittiglatzor: both11:01
pittiglatzor: oh, not sure about plugin loading11:02
pittineed to figure out how that works11:02
glatzorpitti, so I can write the plugin mechanism at the weekend since I am on a train ride11:03
pittias a first PoC it could just try: import language_support_pkg11:03
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mandelany xorg expert aorung here whose brain I could poke?11:06
pittiglatzor: ah, just saw that implementing it in aptcc is tricky, as my library is in Python; we could call check-language-support, but that takes some more time12:04
pittiglatzor: aptcc is still our preferred backend, right?12:04
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mandelpitti, have you guys seen this before: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8Akda59yQI&feature=plcp&context=C3a6464bUDOEgsToPDskL-qb9lDdv7vlUubOt581D-12:19
mandelsorry for the scanner sound in the background..12:19
mandelmore iteresting details, lightdm does not work correctly and I can just login as a guest, once a guest I can do su mandel and work as usual from the terminal12:25
glatzorpitti, no. the python apt backend is the cool one :)12:28
glatzorpitti, it is also the one with a test suite :)12:29
pittiglatzor: ah, I see, thanks12:55
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dobeymicahg: that's correct, for the time being.14:08
chrisccoulsoncrash reporter, why u no workee?14:09
pittichrisccoulson: it can haz cookie?14:09
desrtdobey: hey.  you get your problem sorted yesterday?14:09
chrisccoulsonpitti - i eated the cookies already14:10
pittichrisccoulson: "eated" is too credible an error; you need to break the grammar more, c'mon, you can do it!14:11
pittichrisccoulson: I suppose it's mozilla's crash reporter, not apport?14:11
desrtpitti: he munged ya bizkitzz14:11
dobeydesrt: the one with the changed interface, yeah14:11
chrisccoulsonpitti - yeah14:11
pittidobey: hungry it must be14:11
pittierr, desrt14:12
chrisccoulsoni'm just wondering why the symbols for glib aren't being resolved, even though i'm building and submitting symbols for it now: https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/bp-ce02a26a-f396-490b-ae78-6eac6212012714:12
pittiglatzor, mvo: hm, packagekit seems to assume that app-install-data generates /var/lib/PackageKit/mime-map.gdbm, but it doesn't?14:30
pittishoudl that be fixed, or should packagekit stop bombing out if it doesn't exist?14:30
mvostop bombing - we don't do this since a long time14:31
glatzorpitti, the old apt backend code of what provides is just a piece of copy and paste from the old backend. it is quite old code14:35
pittiglatzor: ok, I'll stop bombing then14:36
pittiglatzor: and also implement what-provides ANY support, so that pkcon what-provides works14:36
glatzorpitti, I should perhaps make the code to find mime types and codecs in sessioninstaller more generic and also convert them into plugins14:37
glatzorpitti, mvo have a nice day! i am off14:38
pittiglatzor: and you, thanks for everything!14:39
hallyni'm using the HUD ppa - but the launcher autohide has changed behavior?  if i have a fullscreened app and a small terminal, when the terminal is focused the launcher shows15:10
hallynis that deemed a bug, or a new feature?15:10
hallyn(i'd call it a bug...  keeps me reading everything on my fullscreen browser)15:10
micahgchrisccoulson: I think I'd prefer if precise stayed on Beta through 11, that gives us about 12 weeks on the 11 code base to find any issues before release15:14
seb128mdeslaur, hey15:36
seb128mdeslaur, do you plan to do any work on the screen locking this case? i.e dropping your g-s-d patch to "always lock screen without respecting the user setting"?15:37
mdeslaurseb128: I was under the impression we were switching to locking with lightdm15:41
mdeslaurseb128: what was the issue? for people who autologin?15:41
mvoseb128: re the new webkit any idea about #92265215:42
DavieyUgh, HUD seems to be stealing alt+a .. How can i change that?15:42
desrtseb128: can you change the status on https://bugs.launchpad.net/intltool/+bug/580526 ?15:42
ubot2`Launchpad bug 580526 in intltool "Add support for new gsettings simple schema format" [High,Fix released]15:42
Davieyoddly, not all the time.15:42
seb128mdeslaur, different sort of user who don't want to have to be bothered typing a password, i.e people using a netwook for browsing and suspend it15:42
mdeslaurseb128: so I should check if they auto login?15:43
seb128desrt, no, I'm not an intltool dev, dobey can15:43
seb128bug #92265215:43
ubot2`Launchpad bug 922652 in webkit "Sorting out a11y in Software-center I hit the following webkit error" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/92265215:43
desrtdobey: poke15:43
seb128mvo, I hate code :p15:43
desrtdobey: did you see https://bugs.launchpad.net/intltool/+bug/580526 ?15:44
ubot2`Launchpad bug 580526 in intltool "Add support for new gsettings simple schema format" [High,Fix released]15:44
seb128mvo, without a stacktrace no clue no15:44
dobeydesrt: it says fix released?15:44
desrtdobey: yes.  the status should be changed.15:44
desrtthe patch that i submitted was rewritten, breaking it15:44
seb128mdeslaur, not sure, why do you enforce the locking to start? did we have any issue letting the indicator or gnome-settings-daemon lock when needed?15:44
desrtand the release was made with a broken 'fix'15:45
mdeslaurseb128: that was the issue, if you turn off the automatic lock after timeout, it wouldn't lock when you suspended either15:45
seb128mdeslaur, well maybe the option should be "don't lock the screen for me" ;-)15:46
seb128mdeslaur, is that the wording which is confusing?15:46
mdeslaurseb128: no, it's the setting that's stupid...turning off the automatic screensaver shouldn't turn off a password prompt when you suspend15:46
seb128mdeslaur, that setting has nothing to do with screensaver15:47
mdeslaurseb128: unless you're configured to autologin, in which case my patch is wrong15:47
seb128mdeslaur, we don't have screensavers anymore, we just have locking15:47
mdeslaurseb128: sorry, I meant turning off the auto screen lock shouldn't turn off the password prompt when you suspend15:47
dobeydesrt: i guess you need to talk to danilo then.15:48
seb128mdeslaur, well that's why I suggest renaming the option "lock the screen for me", which is what it does actually15:48
tkamppeterpitti, hi15:48
desrtdobey: does he even irc anymore?15:48
seb128mdeslaur, in fact the widget is below "locking"15:48
dobeydesrt: as danilos15:48
desrthe's on gnome irc as 'danilo'.  odd.15:49
mdeslaurseb128: I'm not sure what you're asking me. Removing the patch doesn't make sense. Fixing the patch to check the autologin configuration makes sense.15:51
mterrykenvandine, heyo.  Do you have any good "make gtk animations run smooth" tips from gwibber?15:52
seb128mdeslaur, ok, I guess autologin would fix most of the cases15:52
kenvandinenot really... njpatel worked that magic15:52
seb128mdeslaur, I still think the ui is confusing, the option should rather be labelled "never automatically lock the screen" or something15:52
mdeslaurseb128: ie: I want to turn off automatic screen locking because I often watch movies or give presentations, but I still want a password when I suspend and resume15:53
seb128mdeslaur, the presentations or video player should inhibit locking, that seems orthogonal cases15:53
mdeslaurseb128: let me think of the scenarios, and I'll write up a wiki page with them15:53
seb128mdeslaur, thanks, maybe check with mpt, I think he said he would look at the scenarios as well15:53
mdeslaurseb128: well, what's the use case of letting people turn off screen locking then?15:54
seb128mdeslaur, well, let's say you have a netbook you let around in your living room for easy internet browsing (sort of table usecase nowadays), why should you be bothered typing password on resume?15:54
mdeslaurmpt: If you're looking at the screen locking / login password scenarios, I'd like to help15:54
seb128mdeslaur, but agreed, those users will often have autologin set as well15:55
mdeslaurseb128: so, you want a password on login, but not on resume?15:55
mdeslaurseb128: seems inconsistent to me15:55
tkamppeterpitti, I have packaged cups-filters now but have some problems. It seems not to respect binary-post-install/<binary package>:: rules in debian/rules.15:55
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seb128mdeslaur, no, in practice I think matching autologin should be fixing most of the cases where people are annoyed by the "always locking" we do currently15:55
elvisdHi all,15:56
seb128hi elvisd15:56
dobeythat was odd15:56
elvisdis there a PPA with latest version of ambiance theme?15:56
tkamppeterpitti, so I do not get a libcupsfilters1-dev package as "make install" does not install the dev files and I have to do it in debian/rules (will polish it upstream later).15:56
elvisdfor Precise, i mean15:56
tkamppeterpitti, I mail you the package.15:56
mdeslaurseb128: ok, let me think about it and take a look15:56
seb128elvisd, no, the current versions are pretty much in precise itself15:56
pittitkamppeter: ok; NB that I have release meeting now, so it might be a bit15:57
elvisdcause there are some bugs15:57
RainCTseb128: Hey. Just uploaded Zeitgeist alpha 2 to experimental :)15:57
seb128mdeslaur, having an usecase matrix would help, it might turn out that respecting autologing is good enough15:57
pittitkamppeter: but you shoudn't use such rules if it can be avoided15:57
seb128RainCT, hey15:57
elvisdseb128, ok, thanx15:57
seb128didrocks, ^ you were on the zg case right? ;-)15:57
mdeslaurseb128: yeah, I'll talk to mpt and see if we can start by doing that15:57
pittitkamppeter: have "make install" install into debian/tmp/, and then have debian/pkgname.install files to install the bits that you want for that binary15:57
RainCTseb128: err yeah that was for didrocks, sorry.. :P15:58
didrocksRainCT: awesome! did you get my message through mhr3 about the Replaces: ?15:58
tkamppeterpitti, I have overtaken debian/rules from cups and then edited it. It does "make install" install into debian/tmp/,15:58
didrocksRainCT: it's quite late to sync today from experimental though, not sure if it will be before or post alpha2 then ;)15:59
mptmdeslaur, great, I started writing <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SessionHandling>15:59
mptmdeslaur, if there are any existing problems not yet described there, please add them15:59
mdeslaurmpt: ah, cool, let me catch up to that, and I'll let you know15:59
RainCTdidrocks: Yeah, python-zeitgeist has Replaces and Breaks16:00
RainCTdidrocks: I can mail you the files if you prefer uploading it now16:01
RainCTwell it's in bzr too anyway16:01
didrocksRainCT: no, I think that can wait anyway, not found of syncing stuff before leaving :)16:01
chrisccoulsonpitti - https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/bp-0e092710-dce1-4f62-b356-a0559212012716:01
chrisccoulsonsymbols \o/16:01
RainCTokay :)16:02
didrocksRainCT: but thanks for the heads up, let's see when the freeze will be on Monday morning :)16:02
pittichrisccoulson: yay, what changed?16:02
tkamppeterpitti, package sent to you by mail. Problems are: binary-post-install/cups:: and binary-post-install/libcups2-dev:: in debian/rules not executed, therefore cups-filters package imcomplete and libcupsfilters1-dev without non-doc files; cups-filters-dbg contains only strange files, seems incomplete.16:02
chrisccoulsonpitti - our symbols weren't being sync'd to the right place because the index file i was creating was named incorrectly16:03
chrisccoulsonthat was it ;)16:03
pittitkamppeter: well, your package certainly doesn't build "cups" and "libcups2-dev" binaries?16:03
tkamppeterpitti, thanks, now I see that this I forgot to edit ...16:03
seb128chrisccoulson, you should probably drop the w.i you have to look at the elementary calendar and help them if possible I doubt that it will happen this cycle16:05
jibelpitti, about test_lts_upgrade_user.py, I believe it requires autologin to be fixed first because gsettings-data-convert is called on login ?16:07
pittijibel: yes16:07
pittijibel: ah, I see16:08
jibelpitti, is it valid is I run gsettings-data-convert as user ubuntu in the setup of the test instead of relying on autologin ?16:08
pittijibel: so it doesn't actually start a desktop session yet after the upgrade?16:08
pittijibel: it should be; but if you want to hack it, I'd rather sed /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf and set autologin-user=ubuntu16:08
jibelpitti, no, because it's doing it with autologin and it is not preserved on upgade16:08
pittiuntil it's fixed in the packages16:08
seb128mdeslaur, I assigned you bug #86976516:09
pittijibel: i. e. run the test_system.py first (so that it fails), then sed lightdm.conf, then have it start the session and run the user test?16:09
ubot2`Launchpad bug 869765 in gnome-settings-daemon "Screen locked on lid close, suspend, user switch" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/86976516:09
pittijibel: I'll open the migration bug, I'll try to fix it on Monday16:09
jibelpitti, ok, i'll do that16:09
seb128mdeslaur, feel free to consider it as a "should not lock the screen when autologin is used"16:09
mdeslaurseb128: thanks, I'll take a look16:10
seb128pitti, open a bug about what?16:10
pittijibel: hm, I was sure there was an existing bug for this already16:10
pittiseb128: I mean open a tab for that bug, for me as a reminder16:10
pittijibel: ah, bug 854431 ?16:11
ubot2`Launchpad bug 854431 in lightdm "GDM automatic login is not transitioned to lightdm automatic login" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/85443116:11
jibelpitti, bug 85443116:11
pittimvo: question; bug 850264 is marked for alpha-2; is that realistic to land by Monday, or should we postpone it?16:21
ubot2`Launchpad bug 850264 in apt "given a foreign architecture of i386 on amd64 machine, and an outdated libc, apt tries to remove libc-bin" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/85026416:21
tkamppeterpitti, now it seems all to work. I will send you another version and have only 2 doubts left:16:22
tkamppeterpitti: 1. The strange content of cups-filters-dbg16:23
tkamppeterpitti: 2. Whether I put the correct Replaces/Conflicts/Breaks into cups-filters so that on an update the right thing happens.16:23
mdeslaurseb128: out of curiosity, on what kind of hardware were you still seeing the bug with user switching and fading?16:24
seb128mdeslaur, my e6410 (dell latitude i5 with ssd, intel video)16:25
seb128mdeslaur, I got it during the rally16:25
mdeslaurseb128: huh, ok, thanks16:26
mvoseb128: I will ask for a stacktrace16:26
seb128mvo, thanks16:26
mvopitti: good question, its ready, but slangasek ran into a upgrade bug using it which we currently have no idea about16:26
tkamppeterpitti, I have mailed you the corrected cups-filters package.16:43
tkamppeterpitti, another mail with a small correction ...16:47
dobeyman, apport is completely useless sometimes16:50
pittitkamppeter: replied to the mail with some bits17:00
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pittitkamppeter: it could also be that the .build-id stuff is just a new way of doing things; I have heard about it, but never saw it in a Debian/Ubuntu package yet17:02
pittitkamppeter: do we really still need this "sed" call on cupsfilters.convs in debian/rules? sholdn't this just be done upstream now?17:03
pittitkamppeter: also, theh install call for the .ppd can just become an entry in cups-filters.examples17:04
pittigood night everyone!17:08
seb128'night pitti, have a good w.e17:08
seb128ok, that works17:42
seb128time for some sport17:42
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mdeslaurIs querying accountsservice the best way to determine if the currently logged in user has autologin configured?18:24
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cyphermoxyay, I can actually use ibus in Unity 5.0.0 again :D20:52
dobeyanyone know if there is a way to make python-gi load from a specific typelib dir, as well as the system one?21:47
broderdobey: ooh, i've done this...one sec21:47
broderfrom gi.repository import GIRepository21:48
broderthen you can just do "from gi.repository import whatever"21:48
dobeyis there a way to do it without shoving that in the code?21:48
dobeylike an env var? :)21:48
broderno idea21:49
dobeyah ha!21:50
dobeythank you random wiki page on github21:50

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