jasoncwarner_hey RAOF I just finished updating my other nvidia system to precise and I get the bad screen scramble on that one as well.00:28
jasoncwarner_wondering if it is every nvdia system?00:28
jasoncwarner_bryceh: ^^00:28
RAOFQuite possibly.00:29
jasoncwarner_can we check with tseliot to see if nvidia has a fix coming?00:29
brycehjasoncwarner_, certainly; I'll send him a note00:30
jasoncwarner_bryceh RAOF in the meantime, anything we can do? (I think, RAOF, you were going to look into it? )00:30
brycehjasoncwarner_, btw, on some systems I did fresh reinstalls a few weeks ago, I notice banshee is still the default music player; are we still going to switch to rhythmbox?  (or did I miss it?)00:31
RAOFGoing code diving.00:31
jasoncwarner_bryceh: yes we are, I'll check with seb128 and pitti on that ^^00:31
jasoncwarner_thanks, bryceh  :)00:32
brycehjasoncwarner_, sorry, got called away to bake cookies for santa00:54
brycehjasoncwarner_, anyway, I've been running rhythmbox for a bit, and have had a few crashes.  It may need a bit of stabilization work00:55
bryceh(which I guess is a bit ironic...)00:56
jasoncwarner_bryceh: yeah..I've been digging in there myself lately...are your crashes bugs in LP?00:58
RAOFOh, my.  That's rather inconvenient!01:14
RAOFIt's possible to push a window outside the area accessible by the pointer.01:15
jasoncwarner_RAOF: and you can't get it back? that seems like a bad bug :/ have you filed that? we can add that to didrocks list of 'gotta fix' bugs ;)01:17
RAOFActually, it seems like I can get it back.01:18
RAOFI wonder if I can make it go *all* the way out...01:18
InTroubleanyone know how to get more details on this? http://i.imgur.com/hgAo4.png01:19
RAOFHm.  I can't seem to get it to do that again.01:19
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Pikkachusomeone? :'-(01:28
brycehjasoncwarner_, apport doesn't seem to be catching the rb bugs I've hit, however I do see there's several dozen segfault bugs in LP for precise01:58
TheMusoI am officially sick of the HUD getting in my way already. I should have to hold my alt key down for longer so I don't trigger the HUD popping up. Tne vast majority of commands I perform on the keyboard outside of orca depend on a quick tap of alt...01:58
brycehjasoncwarner_, but since we're definitely moving, I'll put some more effort into chasing down the bugs I've seen01:58
brycehTheMuso, :-/  sympathies01:58
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TheMusoYeah, just ranting, I am sure the trigger will be refined somewhat.02:00
brycehjasoncwarner_, hmm poking around a bit, I see reports of corruption after login until unity reported against lightdm, unity-greeter, and several X packages.  Half the reporters have nvidia, the others are a mix of fglrx, radeon, and intel02:14
brycehjasoncwarner_, so... thinking maybe this is not an nvidia bug, but a regression somewhere else in our stack02:14
* ajmitch should 'me too' one of those bugs (using ardeon)02:14
brycehbugs #934003, #932324, #933322, #936295, #93196702:15
ubot2`Launchpad bug 934003 in unity-greeter "login screen reproduced many times" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93400302:15
ubot2`Launchpad bug 932324 in unity-greeter "Graphical corruption during login procedure" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93232402:15
ubot2`Launchpad bug 933322 in lightdm "LightDM graphic corruption with ATI Radeon 9600 AS (AGP)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93332202:15
ubot2`Launchpad bug 936295 in fglrx-installer "ugly screen after login" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93629502:15
ubot2`Launchpad bug 931967 in nvidia-graphics-drivers "Corrupted graphics after the login until the unity launcher appears" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93196702:15
brycehpossibly those are all dupes with the same root cause02:15
bryceh(and there's probably more dupes, this was just a quick scan)02:15
brycehjasoncwarner_, I'll hold off on notifying tseliot until we're more certain.  I'm off tomorrow (monday) for president's day but will explore further tuesday if someone hasn't already fixed it02:16
brycehfwiw, I'm not reproducing it on -intel02:27
RAOFbryceh, jasoncwarner_: There are a couple of ways you can get corruption on login; one is on modeset, after the display is up but before something has been drawn to the new framebuffer (what I'm looking into), and the other is initialising the composite overlay window, which happens during compiz startup.02:27
RAOFThe latter problem has a general solution which smspilla1 has worked on, but I don't believe has implemented.02:28
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superm1hey folks.  this multimonitor stuff where my mouse gets stuck between monitors with precise unity - is there going to be a way to turn down the sensitivity?  I move between monitors all the time, and very rarely need to stop at the unity bar in the middle.04:21
RAOFsuperm1: Go to appearance.04:23
RAOFThere's already a slider.04:23
RAOFsuperm1: Also, please pull barrier-test from ppa:raof/help-jason, run it, and pastebin the output :)04:24
RAOFAfter running your pointer against the barrier at varying speeds :)04:24
superm1RAOF: the slider only seemed to effect how quickly the launcher in the middle came up, but the mouse still gets stuck between at both extremes of that sensitivity slider.  it's worst when i'm in a high memory usage and the computer starts swapping while it tries to show that launcher from the middle.  will fetch this barrier test thing from your ppa though and run it04:31
RAOFsuperm1: Ah, ok.  There are two knobs that it's possible to twiddle; I didn't know which knob that slider twiddled.04:32
RAOFYou'll want to run it as “barrier-test 200 20000” or something - that'll make a vertical barrier at x=200 that's nearly impenetrable, and then spit out information about what's happening when you hit that barrier.04:33
superm1RAOF: http://paste.ubuntu.com/849532/04:37
RAOFsuperm1: Huh.  What's your input device?04:38
superm1USB mouse, logitech mx51004:38
RAOFAh.  Which would be why we don't have either resolution or range information.04:39
RAOFOh, no.  You're not running the right X server :)04:40
superm1the "right" X server?04:40
RAOFThere's a newer xserver in that PPA.04:40
superm1oh.  ok i'll fetch that and restart lightdm.04:41
RAOFIt sends some extra information on the barrier events, which is why a bunch of those numbers are 0s, and it then dies with a segfault ;)04:41
SarvattRAOF: whats this i hear about newer barrier patches?04:45
RAOFSarvatt: Trying to work out what particular property is the right one to gate on.04:45
RAOFSarvatt: You can find them in ppa:raof/help-jason; sending some raw motion stuff.04:46
Sarvattwalruses galoshers and fancying indeed!04:49
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Sarvatthere i am refreshing your old crap to work with xserver master like an idiot when you're changing it all :)04:50
RAOFOnce we've got a better idea of what particular bit of input state we should be thresholding on I'll do a proper patch series refresh; it's also a protocol change.04:51
Sarvattthere have been a lot of complaints about the barrier implementation with multimonitor now04:55
RAOFYeah.  We do need better threshold data.  I rather like the autohiding launchers, though; I'd like to improve it so that it works well, rather than dump it.04:56
SarvattRAOF: just to be sure, you arent planning on bumping the major/min xfixes version right?04:59
Sarvatti mean we can ensure things go right in the ubuntu archive and 6.0 was never upstream05:00
RAOFI'm still hoping to upstream this sensibly (once we've discovered exactly how it should work).05:01
RAOFFailing that, I'll need to rework it into a locally-bit.05:01
superm1RAOF: http://paste.ubuntu.com/849556/05:10
superm1i tried a variety of speeds to hit the invisible barrier at.  is that about what you're looking for ?05:10
RAOFsuperm1: Thanks, yes.05:17
RAOFsuperm1: Oh!  You get resolution data off that mouse!05:17
superm1is that a good thing?05:17
RAOFWell, it's a bit unexpected.05:18
RAOFWhat is the first couple of lines of “xinput test-xi2 9”'s output?05:19
RAOFMy USB mouse says it's got a resolution of 1/m, which is nonsense.  Yours would appear to be giving an actual reasonable resolution value.05:20
RAOF(You'll want to quit the window that pops up pretty quickly; it'll be spewing raw events to the terminal and they're not interesting at the moment ☺)05:21
superm1RAOF: http://paste.ubuntu.com/849564/05:22
RAOFOh, no.  No resolution information, just me misreading my tool's output :)05:22
superm1i seem to recall way back when this mouse was supposed to be able to have a high resolution that it could resolve compared to other mice on the market though05:23
superm1and had some sort of on the fly DPI changing or something05:24
RAOFYeah, mice can differ in resolution.05:24
RAOFOne would hope that'd result in seeing more events rather than seeing the same number of events/unit time but with a greater distance.05:25
superm1yeah that would sound sensible05:26
superm1so in the interim until you guys have this barrier stuff figured out to not be annoying, i'm guessing this 'edge stop velocity' is the thing i'll want to tweak in ccsm to not let it get in my way05:26
RAOFLooking at the code, that's the one you're after.05:27
superm1great, thanks!05:28
RAOFI presume the other one is edge_responsiveness?05:28
superm1yeah i think so, just need to be careful with some of these.  it seems if i turn velocity down too much, i can't even get my left most launcher to come up05:30
superm1maybe a happy medium for this problem would be when the launcher isn't set to auto-hide don't do any of this business stopping in the middle.  only when it's on autohide does it really make sense to let it stop there to catch the middle launcher05:31
RAOFAlthough the barrier is still a *bit* useful in that it makes it easier to hit the launcher.05:32
superm1i guess it depends on how much you find yourself using that middle launcher.  i've been using unity from oneiric for long enough that i've developed habits to always go the left of both of my screens for apps that I need to unbreak to see05:34
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smspilla1RAOF: not implemented because it would break all the other window managers ;-)06:05
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RAOFsmspillaz: Pfft!06:06
smspillazit was a nice idea though. Made doing compiz restarts far less of an eyesort06:06
smspillazRAOF: also comes with the added benefit of not having gnome-terminal destroy and recreate its window all the time06:06
RAOFIt does that?  Why?06:07
smspillazyou don't want to know why06:07
smspillazRAOF: have you ever noticed that when you restart compiz, all of your gnome-terminal windows fly to the top right hand corner of the screen and every other window stays in the correct position ?06:08
RAOFActually, yes.06:08
RAOFNow that you mention it!06:08
smspillazso that's gnome-terminal going06:08
smspillaz"oh hey I'm not composited"06:08
smspillaz"damn my visual info changed"06:08
smspillaz"oh well, looks like I'll have to destroy my window"06:08
smspillaz"hey I'm back!"06:08
smspillaz"what, I'm composited again?"06:08
smspillaz"oh fun, let me go destroy my window and re-create it for you"06:09
smspillazRAOF: you don't know how awesome it is06:09
smspillazto be able to restart compiz and06:09
smspillaznot have all of your terminals go to 0,006:10
smspillazand I had to rewrite part of the compositing engine to do that06:10
smspillaztrue story!06:10
smspillaz(incidentally, that was a side effect)06:10
RAOFWell, now to see if this doesn't kill modesetting!06:16
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smspillazhey didrocks07:04
didrocksgood morning07:04
didrockshey smspillaz :)07:04
didrockssmspillaz: how was your week-end?07:18
smspillazdidrocks: ok07:26
smspillazdidrocks: my friend just moved into a new house, helping her move in07:26
smspillazinvolved mostly assembling ikea furniture XD07:26
didrockssmspillaz: heh, I think we all went that path :)07:32
didrockssmspillaz: my house is mostly ikea*ed* ;)07:33
smspillazits so cheap!07:34
didrocksheh, indeed :)07:35
Sweetsharkpitti: im uploading 3.5.0-1ubuntu1 to chinstrap right now ...08:31
micahgSweetshark: he's off today, you might want to ask someone else08:31
Sweetsharkmicahg: ah, right.08:33
micahgSweetshark: I'm piloting later today, let me know if you don't find someone08:34
Sweetsharkmicahg: will do08:34
Sweetsharkill try to grep seb once he comes online08:35
Sweetsharkmicahg: thx for the hint08:39
RAOFHuh.  Why is unity-greater in /usr/sbin?  Under what circumstances would a user that isn't lightdm ever want to run it?08:56
didrockssmspillaz: oh btw, I wanted to ask you, did you get a change to look at this "primary"/"control" thing?09:04
didrocksRAOF: yeah, I told robert/agateau I didn't agree with this09:05
didrockshey czajkowski09:05
didrocksmorning Sweetshark :)09:05
chrisccoulsondidrocks, have you noticed compiz locking up a lot since last week?09:07
chrisccoulsonhello btw :)09:07
didrockschrisccoulson: hey hey ;) oh no, it's stalled and you have to kill it?09:07
chrisccoulsondidrocks, yeah, it's happening several times per day. i thought it was X locking up, but sometimes i can recover it by killing compiz09:08
chrisccoulsonalthough, sometimes i just have to restart09:08
didrockschrisccoulson: hum, I have Xorg locking up for quite few monthes, but it's a little better started recently09:09
didrockschrisccoulson: do you see a lot of disk activity when it happens?09:09
didrockssalut seb12809:09
chrisccoulsondidrocks, no, nothing happening at all09:09
seb128hey didrocks, chrisccoulson, how are you?09:09
seb128no locking here09:09
chrisccoulsonit happens normally when the screen is locked, or i hit the barrier between my 2 screens09:10
seb128didrocks, you didn't agree with what?09:10
chrisccoulsonalthough it could be 2 different issues i guess09:10
chrisccoulsonhey seb12809:10
chrisccoulsoni'm good thanks, how are you?09:10
seb128I'm good I think thanks09:10
seb128let's wait to finish my coffee to be sure :p09:10
didrocksseb128: RAOF | Huh.  Why is unity-greater in /usr/sbin?  Under what circumstances would a user that isn't lightdm ever want to run it?09:10
didrocksseb128: I'm fine, thanks, and you?09:10
seb128didrocks, I'm good thanks09:11
didrockschrisccoulson: interesting, if you can ensure that's related or not to the barrier thing09:11
seb128RAOF, didrocks: yeah, greeters should be in libexecdir imho09:11
didrockschrisccoulson: maybe trying to run unity-2d for a while can help ensuring it's the cause as well09:11
didrocksseb128: agreed ;)09:11
czajkowskichrisccoulson: compiz crashed all weekend long for me :/ seems to be behaving this morning so far09:13
didrocksczajkowski: did you report the crash?09:14
czajkowskididrocks: couldnt something else crashed and laptop wound up locking :/09:19
didrocksczajkowski: not sure, you should look at your /var/crash/ if you get some stacktrace09:21
czajkowskiwill do, trying to get my terminal to stop going transparant today when I hit enter09:22
czajkowskididrocks: cheers09:22
* czajkowski gets odd bugs :/09:23
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Sweetsharkseb128: Dont you love the smell of a libreoffice upload in the morning? There is a package ready and waiting on chinstrap.09:34
didrocksI think seb128 is rather on his coffee smell right now :)09:37
seb128dealing with post w.e emails and some updates I started on friday09:38
Sweetsharkdidrocks: I saw you are on the list of sponsors too.09:38
* Sweetshark stares at didrocks.09:38
seb128but yeah, seems didrocks voluntereed :p09:38
didrocksSweetshark: it's a lie, don't believe it! :)09:38
didrocksseb128: still on emails as well, let's see who will finish first :)09:38
seb128is that just a debsign and dput for you?09:38
didrocksif it's a build to do, I guess it won't be possible, but just signing the package and pushing is fine09:39
didrocks(and probably quicker for me than for seb128's)09:39
seb128didrocks, ;-)09:39
didrocksseb128: stop having stone age connexion :)09:40
* seb128 knock rocks together to do some fire so the coffee warms09:40
Sweetsharkdidrocks, seb128: the package was build just fine in a local pbuilder, if that was the question (2h10min for the binary package in case anyone is wondering)09:53
ryekernel is building faster than an office package...09:54
micahgIIRC they're both about 15M lines of code :P09:54
Sweetsharkmicahg: yes, but the kernel is in a parsable language and not in C++ ...09:55
Sweetsharkalso the 2h10min is cheating as it is with ccache, otherwise it would be much longer. but quite a lot of time is spend on building l10n (which isnt helped by ccache) and packing (like the 490MB debug package -- after xz compression)09:58
didrocksin a minute, my mobile phone provider should switch :)09:59
seb128Sweetshark, I guess the question is rather "what do we need to do to sponsor the upload"? does it involve doing a testbuild? or just debsigning the .changes.dsc and dput?10:04
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seb128Sweetshark, I guess the question is rather "what do we need to do to sponsor the upload"? does it involve doing a testbuild? or just debsigning the .changes.dsc and dput?10:11
seb128i.e give some details on what you need, only pitti is used to that I think ;-)10:11
Sweetsharkseb128: pitti uploaded directly without a testbuild after a casual check of the debdiff.10:12
seb128didrocks, ^ can you just get it, design and dput?10:13
didrocksseb128: yeah, will get to it in 10 minutes10:13
Sweetsharkalthough the debdiff will be too large in this case to make sense of it without reading the commit log, I assume. So just checking the changelog should do.10:14
seb128or just trust you and know where to find you if it breaks ;-)10:15
didrocksSweetshark: will do, it's in your ~ on chinstrap?10:15
didrocksyeah, we know where you live!10:15
Sweetsharkdidrocks: /home/bjoern10:15
didrocksthanks :)10:15
Sweetsharkdidrocks: well, I have got some ~12 hours to run away if you upload now until the package finishes on the buildd ...10:20
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chrisccoulson_yay! i finally found the USB cable for my phone10:32
chrisccoulson_i can charge it now :)10:32
asachello ... getting quite a few crashes of X on my X220 ... still using pcie_aspm=force10:32
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asacbut doubt thats the reason, no?10:32
smspillazdidrocks: I did, but I can't seem to be able to force it to control in ccsm10:34
smspillazdidrocks: might need to do it in lcc10:35
didrockssmspillaz: yeah, I think it's needed as gnome-control-center will set "primary" in gconf10:35
didrockssmspillaz: can you do that in a day or two? that will enable me to change the keybindings by default for meeting design requirement10:36
ryeah, re:keybindings - is it ok that unity2d now uses Alt+F10 for global menu and unity uses F10?10:37
seb128didrocks, smspillaz: hey, is that wanted that the wm controls have tooltips in the current compiz? that was dropped before no?10:37
didrocksyeah, it comes from the merge from unity-w-d to gtk-w-d and my patch to remove them that I did in lucid was dropped10:38
didrockslet's see if smspillaz can do it upstream directly10:38
didrocksrye: hum, not sure what the right one is. On #ubuntu-unity, please ping JohnLea to have a design answer on what the right one is :)10:39
smspillazdidrocks: yeah I'll upstream it10:40
smspillazdidrocks: please file a bug10:40
didrocksseb128: care do to that? ^10:40
seb128didrocks, can do10:41
didrocksthanks :)10:41
* Sweetshark is off for lunch and some tax office interaction ...11:31
mhr3davmor2, ping, can i talk to you about some details of software center?11:38
mhr3davmor2, not really sure you're the right person to talk to?11:39
davmor2mhr3: you can try or you can ask on #software-center where there are some devs11:39
mhr3davmor2, k, thx11:39
ryeby the way, lazy question - if unity does not present me with an option to hibernate my machine, (well, rightfully - forcing the machine to do hibernate causes it to fail to resume), where should I look at?11:47
smspillazdidrocks: seb128: random gconf question12:24
smspillazif you do gconf_client_get_* on a key that doesn't exist, does it set the GError you pass? or does it just silently return a default value12:25
didrockssmspillaz: you get the GError12:27
didrockssmspillaz: and IIRC, it returns NULL12:27
smspillazhmm, well I get zero, bu anyways12:31
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desrtseb128: bad things are happening here :)12:41
seb128desrt, here on IRC? or here hackfest?12:41
seb128desrt, hey btw12:41
desrtcnd is asking GTK to introduce experimental symbols that apps can use but will disappear in the next release with no soname bump12:41
seb128he's going to make friends12:41
desrtenabled by an optional compile-time flag that he expects ubuntu will use12:41
desrti told him we will call it --make-seb128-cry and asked him if he thinks it will go over well :)12:42
smspillazdesrt: just pass everything through gpointer12:43
smspillazmake up functions and pass all their arguments that way and call them with ffi12:44
smspillaznobody will notice :)12:44
seb128desrt, how is the hackfest otherwise?12:44
desrtnot the greatest12:44
desrtbut getting some good work done still12:44
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didrocksFAIL: more than one hour for debuild -S on libro… forgot to add -sa13:19
m4n1shdidrocks: alm is a part of iso seed?13:24
didrocksm4n1sh: I added it to the desktop one, indeed, why?13:25
m4n1shah. om26er was asking on twitter. https://twitter.com/#!/om26er/status/17156321888240435313:26
m4n1shI thought it wasnt added13:26
didrocksnot sure the metapackage was regenerated though (as we tend to not do it for every change), right now, my machine is kind of world of pain with the libroffice debuild -S, will check afterward13:27
didrocksm4n1sh: btw, release this week to fix the i18n issue and gtk warnings?13:27
m4n1shi18n done13:28
m4n1shand gtk warning done13:28
m4n1shthe diagnostics is pending13:28
didrocksgreat :)13:28
m4n1shI have asked ev to atleast seperate the code13:28
m4n1shso that i can do it, but he is busy now13:28
didrockskeep me posted13:28
m4n1shworst case will release it without diagnostics13:28
didrocksindeed, let's plan on Wednesday, agreed?13:29
m4n1shdone :)13:29
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Berethi all14:11
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cr3pitti: hi there, as mentionned recently, could we now replace checkbox-gtk with checkbox-qt in the precise desktop image?15:19
seb128cr3, hey, he's off today (just so you don't wait for a reply)15:21
cr3seb128: thanks, when I requested this originally, he said you might be a good person to talk to as well :)15:25
pgranerSarvatt, added the output that you wanted with that wacom tablet bug, let me know if you need anything else15:26
pgranerSarvatt, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-settings-daemon/+bug/93444515:26
ubot2`Launchpad bug 934445 in gnome-settings-daemon "gnome-settings-daemon 3.3.5 crashed with SIGABRT in g_assertion_message() when my Wacom Bamboo 2FG 4x5 is plugged in" [High,Triaged]15:26
seb128cr3, is there any depends to it which is not on the CD yet? like bindings or something?15:27
seb128mdeslaur, hey15:32
seb128mdeslaur, do you know about apparmor profiles? ;-)15:32
mdeslaurseb128: that depends ;)15:33
mdeslaurseb128: what's up?15:33
seb128mdeslaur, I wanted to add nautilus-sendto to the evince one15:33
seb128but I'm not sure how I'm supposed to do it, I figured I would copy what is done for other binaries allow but..15:34
seb128  /usr/bin/nautilus Cx -> sanitized_helper,15:34
seb128  /usr/bin/gedit ixr,15:34
seb128  /usr/bin/bug-buddy px,15:34
seb128 15:34
seb128seems there is different "styles" of allowing a binary to be run :p15:34
seb128do you know which one should be used for i.e nautilus-sendto? ;-)15:35
mdeslaurseb128: can it wait until tomorrow? jdstrand will know which abstraction is the best one to add that15:35
seb128mdeslaur, sure15:35
mdeslaurseb128: I could guess, but he may want to get it put in somewhere else, since it can be used by more than just evince15:35
seb128ok, no hurry, I will ping him tomorrow15:35
mdeslaurseb128: ok, thanks15:36
mdeslaurseb128: he'll probably want to put it in /etc/apparmor.d/abstractions/ubuntu-email15:37
seb128mdeslaur, that would make sense15:37
cr3seb128: sory for the lag, there shouldn't be any depends which are not on the CD yet. you're probably thinking python-qt, from the name checkbox-qt, but the interface is actually written in C++ so it only depends on libqt15:41
seb128cr3, ok good, I think it should be fine to switch then15:41
seb128cr3, and yes, I was wondering about that, ubuntuone is trying to get python-qt on the CD but they are hitting a space limit issue15:41
cr3seb128: I'll consult with my crew to see how we should handle the upgrade from Oneiric to Precise, ie whether they want people to keep checkbox-gtk or have the package upgrade to checkbox-qt15:42
seb128cr3, thanks15:42
cr3seb128: indeed, we suspect it wouldn't be possible so we chose C++ rather than take the risk15:42
seb128cr3, do you plan to keep both version or is the gtk one deprecated?15:42
cr3seb128: both versions will remain in the archive for the foreseeable future15:43
seb128didrocks, ^ btw you are probably the one here who knows best about checkbox, if you have an opinion about the topic, just checking with you ;-)15:43
* didrocks backlogs15:43
cr3seb128: so checkbox-gtk won't be deprecated, otherwise the upgrade behavior would've been obvious :)15:43
didrockswell, for unity-checkbox, we will still go with the current checkbox-gtk one as our patches aren't merged upstream and not rewritten for the Qt binding for the cycle15:45
didrocksso I have no strong opinion, last time I tried trunk, the ui was really rough, but I think it changed :)15:46
czajkowskididrocks: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity/+bug/937031  it's ben crashing mostof today, finally got to report the crash15:56
ubot2`czajkowski: Error: <Bugtracker.plugin.Launchpad instance at 0xa5ae8cc> bug 937031 not found15:56
seb128czajkowski, can you make the bug public?15:57
cr3didrocks: checkbox-gtk will still be around, so this shouldn't affect unity-checkbox15:57
czajkowskiseb128: can do15:57
cr3didrocks: as for the rough interface, it'll get better :)15:57
czajkowskiseb128: done15:58
seb128czajkowski, thanks15:58
seb128czajkowski, that's bug #92637915:58
ubot2`Launchpad bug 926379 in xserver-xorg-video-intel "compiz crashed with SIGSEGV in intel_miptree_release()" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/92637915:58
czajkowskibah why didnt it show me the duplicate :/15:58
seb128czajkowski, not sure if that's intel driver or nux issues, I Cced bryceh and RAOF on it earlier15:59
didrockscr3: well, ui freeze is thursday, just telling :)15:59
seb128czajkowski, don't worry, the retracer should dup it15:59
czajkowskiseb128: thanks15:59
cr3didrocks: we might need an exception at some point then, but most of the moving parts are there so I don't suspect anything major. for example, I don't think strings will change.16:02
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jbichahmm, gnome-themes-standard just rewrote the accessibility themes, which makes the appearance worse for System Settings & Software Center17:57
brycehseb128, mesa.18:00
seb128bryceh, hi18:01
brycehseb128, hi18:01
seb128bryceh, oh ok, do you know if it's tracked and who should be pinged about it?18:01
seb128bryceh, it seems to hit quite some users18:01
seb128jbicha, is that work in progress? I guess they care about system settings and will fix it...?18:02
brycehseb128, first I've heard of it, but probably due to recent mesa 8.0 update or something.18:02
brycehseb128, I'll forward it upstream when I'm back at work tomorrow.18:02
seb128bryceh, oh right, U.S holiday, enjoy ;-)18:02
brycehunity-2d would be the obvious workaround  here18:03
brycehseb128, meanwhile, would be nice to have steps to repro18:03
seb128czajkowski, ^ do you have steps to trigger that unity segfault?18:03
seb128bryceh, czajkowski get it quite often it seems so she might be able to help there18:03
czajkowskibryceh: alt tab through applications fast18:05
czajkowskivlc thunderbird, 2 terminals and 2 chromes out18:06
czajkowskiseems to make  it have a hissy fit18:06
brycehalright, yeah tabbing's a pretty standard stress test for some reason18:06
czajkowskibryceh: also happens when in the middle of an update and alt tabbing brings the one conf  error upa tthe same time18:07
bryceheesh, that must have sucked18:08
brycehwell, good news is there's good backtraces here.18:09
jbichaseb128: the system settings theme change hurts Ubuntu more, before: http://imagebin.org/199839 after: http://imagebin.org/19984018:10
jbichaon the other hand, I also see that it breaks gnome-terminal's "Use colors from system theme", the terminal is black text on black background :(18:10
brycehhmm, although  the mesa code where this is failing hasn't changed in years; it could be something higher up in mesa or even compiz that is the real trigger.  interesting.18:10
seb128jbicha, well I guess we will not to fix it18:10
DavieyHey, has anyone else noticed a sketchy multitouch mousepad this week?  left click keeps hilighting text.. middle often doesn't work?18:17
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jbichadesrt: do you know why GNOME Shell 3.3.5 on Ubuntu shows both the embedded-in-top-bar appmenu and the fallback embedded-in-app appmenu?18:25
seb128jbicha, it shouldn't show the embedded menu18:27
seb128jbicha, we don't have 3.318:28
seb128jbicha, that's because of gnome-settings-daemon, I patched it to not disable in app menus xsettings since we have g-s 3.218:28
seb128jbicha, basically you need to rewrite90_set_gmenus_xsettings.patch18:28
czajkowskiseb128: have you seen antying like where you download a .deb file and try to open it with the sw center, only to see the center open and close fast but never install the .deb18:47
seb128czajkowski, no, maybe the #software-center guys know better18:50
jbichaseb128: ok thanks, also I filed https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=67047418:51
ubot2`Gnome bug 670474 in HighContrast and LowContrast "High Contrast 3.3.90 (rewrite) breaks gnome-terminal, other apps" [Critical,Unconfirmed]18:51
seb128jbicha, ok18:51
didrockstime for dinner!19:00
* didrocks waves good evening19:00
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cr3seb128: since didrocks doesn't seem to be adverse to replacing checkbox-gtk with checkbox-qt on the desktop image, is there anything I need to do?19:17
seb128cr3, could you open a bug requesting the change? it's a feature freeze exception, I will discuss it with pitti tomorrow but I think it should be fine19:36
cr3seb128: a bug against the ubuntu project? shall I subscribe both you and pitti?19:38
seb128cr3, open it against checkbox (ubuntu) and subscribe ubuntu-release19:39
seb128give the number here as well19:39
seb128we will sort it tomorrow19:39
cr3seb128: will do, thanks!19:40
micahgseb128: I was wondering, do you still want the desktop branch for gimp?19:40
micahgthe Vcs-Bzr isn't in the current version in precise19:40
seb128micahg, it's one revision behind by mistake19:41
micahgI fixed that last week :)19:41
seb128micahg, but I don't care much either way, do you want to do an upload?19:41
micahgyeah, I have access, so that's not an issue19:41
micahgwas just wondering if it was still useful to have19:41
seb128we don't actively maintain it so I'm fine dropping the vcs19:41
seb128not so much no19:41
micahgok, thanks19:42
seb128micahg, do you plan an upload? still asking because there is a new version in Debian and I've a patch I want to add as well19:43
micahgah, yes, I wanted to merge the version from Debian (after getting an FFe)19:43
micahgbut feel free to do it if you like19:43
seb128micahg, ok great, I will just push my patch to the vcs19:43
micahgwhich VCS?19:43
seb128good point19:43
micahgit's still on the xubuntu image, so that's why I have an interest in it19:44
seb128micahg, can you include a patch in your update? ;-)19:44
micahgseb128: sure, do you have a bug or somewhere for me to grab it?19:44
seb128micahg, bug #680521 : http://git.gnome.org/browse/gimp/commit/?id=bdc3f7e7e0495b599a712c917d6ab17f05f9216419:45
ubot2`Launchpad bug 680521 in gimp "GIMP: Embed page setup dialog functionality in the print dialog" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/68052119:45
seb128micahg, I've tested the patch here, I got it running for a few days19:46
seb128micahg, so it's just a matter to add it to the serie, thanks!19:46
micahgok, great, thanks19:46
seb128mdeslaur, hey19:48
seb128mdeslaur, so seahorse-nautilus19:48
mdeslaurseb128: hi!19:48
seb128tool/seahorse-secure-buffer.c: LGPL (v2.1 or later) (with incorrect FSF address)19:48
seb128or debian/copyright state only GPL19:48
mdeslauroh, drat :)19:48
seb128needs to be updated19:48
seb128(yeah, hate copyright files)19:49
micahgactually, looks like gimp doesn't need an FFe19:49
mdeslaurseb128: did you use something to scan the copyright files?19:49
seb128mdeslaur, licensecheck * -r19:49
seb128micahg, it's a bug fix version?19:49
mdeslaurseb128: ah! nice19:49
micahgappears so from the NEWS file19:49
seb128micahg, great19:50
seb128micahg, don't forgot to drop the vcs line from the control btw19:50
seb128micahg, I will delete the vcs from launchpad to avoid confusion19:50
mdeslaurseb128: can I use the same version number when I upload, or do I need to bump it?19:50
micahgseb128: you can just mark as abandoned (it won't show up by default, but is recoverable later if you want it)19:51
seb128micahg, oh ok, great19:51
seb128mdeslaur, you can reuse the same version19:51
micahgactually,  623045 - script-fu: make server IPv6 aware looks like it might be a feature :), I"ll just ask for it to be safe19:51
seb128mdeslaur, I rejected this one19:51
seb128mdeslaur, out of the stupid copyright thing it looks fine, just fix that and I will ack it20:05
mdeslaurseb128: cool, thanks...I'll upload it in a couple of minutes20:06
mdeslaurseb128: ok, uploaded20:11
seb128mdeslaur, NEWed20:13
mdeslaurseb128: thanks!20:13
seb128yw ;-)20:13
pittibryceh: default music player where? we install RB by default now20:52
desrtseb128: good evening21:28
seb128desrt, hey21:29
desrtseb128: i think you're overworked21:30
seb128desrt, did I screw something due to that? ;-)21:31
desrtno.  i just see you're online at all hours21:31
desrtand i no longer believe the tennis excuse :)21:32
seb128desrt, and I don't complain, feature freeze and new GNOME weeks are busy times for sure but they are less busy times21:32
seb128desrt, well new GNOME this week...21:32
seb128and beta freeze21:32
seb128so yeah, busy time :p21:32
seb128should be better next week ;-)21:32
seb128hard freeze and no GNOME21:32
desrtricotz and jbicha taking advantage of your new uploads yet?21:33
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seb128desrt, I guess so, jbicha was pinging you earlier about appmenus in gnome-shell 3.3.521:33
desrtoh.  interesting.21:33
desrti didn't see that21:33
seb128desrt, which is my fault21:33
desrtyes.  i was going to say that.21:34
desrtit's not strictly your fault for as long as the old shell version is in the distro21:34
desrtbut i guess you will see a new one before the release21:34
seb128desrt, I distro patched the xsettings patch to not disable the menus because we still have,had the old gnome-shell21:34
seb128desrt, did you ever get to do that patch cleaning? you said at the rally you were going to do it for me ;-)21:34
desrti told you i wouldn't do it this cycle because it was unnecessary churn21:35
desrtif you're inviting me to break some stuff... well.. it sounds fun, actually :)21:36
desrtbut i guess you probably want to see hud changes first :)21:37
desrtand in any case, it's time to go home now.  ciao :)21:37
seb128desrt, right21:37
seb128desrt, 'night21:37
seb128desrt, we might not speak about the same patch btw ;p21:38
seb128desrt, I was speaking about the g-s-d one to set xsettings according to the session21:38
seb128desrt, have fun, see you tomorrow21:38
DBOwhy cant I get pay apps on precise?21:45
DBOseb128, ^^21:45
seb128DBO, likely because isv's don't target unstable distros?21:47
DBOseb128, soooo I cant install software I paid for?21:47
seb128DBO, well I guess you can use oneiric sources fine on precise21:48
DBOseb128, so the new nvidia drivers break edge reveal21:55
DBOseb128, Option "ConstrainCursor" "no" fixes it21:55
seb128DBO, is there a bug report about that?21:56
DBOseb128, uhm, no idea really21:56
DBOpeople are probably just now waking up to the new driver21:56
seb128DBO, would be worth recording the issue, do you know what needs to be fixed? unity? xorg? the driver?21:57
seb128robert_ancell, hey21:58
robert_ancellseb128, hello21:58
seb128robert_ancell, how are you?21:58
DBOseb128, ultimately I think the driver is overstepping its boundaries here21:58
DBOthe driver is setting the mouse position21:58
DBOwhich is frankly not its job21:58
robert_ancellseb128, good21:59
seb128hum, got disconnected22:12
seb128if somebody wrote something for me please write it again, I disconnected for 10 minutes or so it seems22:12
chrisccoulsonoh, man23:16
chrisccoulsoni'm so happy that i've just figured out the bug i've been looking at all day, just at the point where i thought i was going to have to start banging my head against a brick wall :)23:17
robert_ancellRAOF, do you know of any particular recent video corruption issues that might be causing bug 932324?23:39
ubot2`Launchpad bug 932324 in unity-greeter "Graphical corruption during login procedure" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93232423:39
RAOFrobert_ancell: No, I do not.23:40
robert_ancellRAOF, I take it your hardware is happy with unity-greeter atm?23:40
RAOFI've fired up an nvidia system, and that's not happy.23:40
RAOFBut intel is peachy.23:40
robert_ancellRAOF, with just greeter or in general?23:41
RAOFA little bit in general, but with the greeter in particular.23:41
RAOF(It probably needs repaving; I messed around with the nvidia blob a little bit too cavalierly)23:41
robert_ancellRAOF, I've only limited hardware here but everything is good for me, do you think it's greeter/driver/X issues?23:41
RAOFI did notice that the cairo XLib surface doesn't seem to be using a RetainPermanent X connection, so if cairo is internally creating some necessary intermediaries it might explain the problem.23:43

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