psusibdmurray, I have been seeing bugs the last day or two that have been filed, and then I can not access.. apparently this is because ubuntu-foundations-bugbot flags them as private, and does not subscribe ubuntu-crashes-universe, which seems like a bug, and I was told to ask you about it02:24
psusibdmurray, a specific example is bug #1000959, which from the initial email I got, has no reason to be private at all, let alone flagged private, and inaccessible to ubuntu-bugcontrol members02:27
saryCould someone please triagger Bug #100106603:32
ubot2Launchpad bug 1001066 in xorg "X freezes with a forced log out." [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100106603:32
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bullgard6'~$ ubuntu-bug mc' does not open Launchpad on Firefox so that I can report a SIGSEV bug. The only reaction of this computer that I can see is that the hard disk LED flashes for a short time. How to fix the incomplete reaction to this command? [Ubuntu 12.04 GNOME Shell 3.4]06:41
SaryTry to set Firefox as the default browser .07:07
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alo21hi all11:55
alo21In what package we work to fix bugs usyally? Develpèment or stable?11:56
jtaylorbut bugs must be fixed in development first11:57
jtaylor(except security issues)11:57
alo21jtaylor: Is a plasure to see you again :)11:59
alo21what does this error mean:  error: cannot call constructor 'wxFont::wxFont' directly [-fpermissive]12:10
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psusibdmurray, I have been seeing bugs the last day or two that have been filed, and then I can not access.. apparently this is because ubuntu-foundations-bugbot flags them as private, and does not subscribe ubuntu-crashes-universe, which seems like a bug, and I was told to ask you about it15:14
LordOfTimeif i'm a member of the upstream team that tracks bugs for a package in ubuntu on LP, and the bug is filed against the package in Ubuntu, does the Bugs/Status and Bugs/Importance still apply?16:46
LordOfTimeas determined by the Bug Squad policies16:46
micahgLordOfTime: Ubuntu bug tasks should follow Ubuntu bug policies16:50
DaekdroomThey apply for the Ubuntu project. If you file it against the upstream project, then you can follow whatever policies the project has.16:51
LordOfTimethe bug refers to a typo in the package description in debian/control16:51
LordOfTimelemme get you that16:51
LordOfTimeLP Bug #100094016:51
ubot2Launchpad bug 1000940 in nginx "Typo in nginx-light package description" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100094016:51
LordOfTimei'm on the nginx team on LP, they're targeting that against Oneiric 11.10.16:52
micahgLordOfTime: upstream it to Debian, once it's fixed there we can sync to quantal16:52
LordOfTimemicahg:  right, remind me how to do that again16:53
LordOfTimesince Debian has not *once* accepted any bug filing requests i've done16:53
micahgLordOfTime: reportbug -Bdebian nginx-light16:53
micahgLordOfTime: nevermind, the text has been altered in the latest version16:55
LordOfTimeah wonder...16:55
LordOfTime... bleh16:55
* LordOfTime just was reminded that needs fixing in the nginx team's ppas.... >.<16:56
micahgLordOfTime: OT, if you fix the CVEs for nginx, this fix can be a ridealong :)16:56
LordOfTimethere're CVEs?16:57
* LordOfTime hasnt recieved notifications of those16:57
micahgLordOfTime: http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/pkg/nginx.html16:57
LordOfTimei think some of these were already fixed...16:58
LordOfTimemicahg:  http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/2012/CVE-2012-1180.html  <-- Precise has 1.1.1916:59
ubot2LordOfTime: Use-after-free vulnerability in nginx before 1.0.14 and 1.1.x before 1.1.17 allows remote HTTP servers to obtain sensitive information from process memory via a crafted backend response, in conjunction with a client request. (http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2012-1180)16:59
LordOfTimereleased (1.1.17) <--16:59
LordOfTimeits not valid against Precise since Precise has 1.1.1917:00
LordOfTimedid nobody check that...?17:00
micahgLordOfTime: you can ask the person in /topic in #ubuntu-hardened to update the tracker for you for CVEs17:01
LordOfTimemicahg:  can you check this one, see if it was ever handled/synced?  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nginx/+bug/98196917:14
ubot2Launchpad bug 981969 in nginx "[FFE] sync nginx 1.1.19-1 from Debian unstable" [High,Triaged]17:14
LordOfTimepretty sure it was17:15
micahgyes, it was17:16
LordOfTimeshould be Fix Released, then, no?17:17
micahgLordOfTime: rmadison is your friend17:17
LordOfTimemicahg:  rmadison is still installing right now17:17
LordOfTime(slow installation because of slow  internet today)17:17
wxwokIs there any workaround for this bug? I'm often crashed out from logined user and re-login is needed. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xorg/+bug/980519     syslog: kernel: [ 4252.501359] NVRM: Xid (0000:01:00): 6, PE000117:22
ubot2Launchpad bug 980519 in xorg "Random log off in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (dup-of: 973096)" [Undecided,Confirmed]17:22
ubot2Launchpad bug 973096 in nvidia-graphics-drivers "Nvidia driver causes xorg crash" [High,Triaged]17:22
alo21hi all18:46
alo21If I checked that a bug was fixed, can I put it as "fixed release"?18:47
alo21fix released*18:47
roadmralo21: how did you check the bug is fixed?18:49
alo21roadmr: I checked it from the source of a package for quantal18:50
roadmralo21: so if I install quantal and upgrade to the latest version of the package, the bug will be fixed?18:53
roadmralo21: usually bugs get automatically marked "fix released" when a package with the fix is built and published18:53
alo21roadmr: ok... I do not change the status...18:54
roadmralo21: if the fix is in the code but you don't know if the package is published yet, you could potentially set as Fix Committed (note, committed but not necessarily released yet)18:54
alo21roadmr: one more information, where can I find a full list of packages which need to be packaged?18:55
roadmralo21: hm, packages which need to be packaged? what do you mean? :)18:57
alo21roadmr: to be build18:57
roadmralo21: oh! I don't know :/ you can see a list of packages being built at the moment here: https://launchpad.net/builders but I don't know where to see a queue of pending packages18:59
jtayloralo21: search for needs-packaging tagged bugs18:59
jtayloralo21: or in debian http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp/19:00
alo21jtaylor: I can not find the filter... thanks19:01
alo21roadmr: thank you19:01
jtaylorthe tags search box is at the bottom of the page19:02
roadmrjsalisbury: re: bug 994685, audio seems fixed on 3.4-rc4 (as per comment #4), do you still want me to test 3.4-rc6?20:57
ubot2Launchpad bug 994685 in alsa-driver "[Dell Inspiron 17] Headphone jack outputs no sound" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/99468520:57
jsalisburyroadmr, no need to text rc6 if it's fixed in rc4.  Thanks for testing.20:57
roadmrjsalisbury: ok, thanks for clarifying :) do let me know if I need to run any more tests on this system20:58
jsalisburyroadmr, great, thanks20:58
jsalisburyroadmr, if possible, do you think you can test some of the earlier v3.4 rc candidates, to find the earliest kernel version this bug is fixed in?20:59
roadmrjsalisbury: sure, that'll take a bit more time but I should have something early next week (almost EOD here and the system is in the lab, can't take it home )21:00
jsalisburyroadmr, thanks so much.  No rush, just when you have time.  At some point we could bisect and find the exact commit that fixed this bug, then work on submitting the fix for a SRU(Stable Release Update).21:01
roadmrjsalisbury: awesome! so OK, I'll try to find the first known good commit and work from there. It'd also be interesting to find the first *bad* commit where this broke in the 3.2 series :)21:01
jsalisburyroadmr, yes, correct.  Once we find the last know working and first non-working kernels, I can assist you with a bisect21:02
roadmrjsalisbury: thanks :) that sounds god21:05
jsalisburyroadmr, thanks21:05

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