JontheEchidnait's been a while since I've made a completely new package... revu isn't used anymore00:06
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: lol, I thought the same thing like 3 months ago or so ^^00:17
apacheloggerprobably because it is somewhat unmaintained00:17
apacheloggerI remember well the days when it had sanity checks and what not00:17
apacheloggerwhat a fancy tool it was00:18
apacheloggerof course it was compensating for lunchpad's lack of abilities00:18
apacheloggerand of course those are not gone00:19
apacheloggerso not using revu is a step back IMHO00:19
micahgREVU is usable if it's coordinated, just not for random stuff to be uploaded00:20
apacheloggerrandom stuff?00:22
apacheloggerclaydoh: oh00:31
apacheloggerclaydoh: let's play catchup00:31
* micahg hopes that PPA has the Firefox branding disabled00:32
micahgapachelogger: random stuff = dput with a hope of a review00:32
claydohhehe I did point the person to come here for advice00:32
claydohapachelogger: catchup with what00:33
JontheEchidna[20:33:58] <argonel> even the source is crap: qtextcontrol_p_p.h00:35
JontheEchidna[20:34:28] <Sho_> why?00:35
JontheEchidna[20:34:32] <Sho_> it's a weeping emoticon00:35
JontheEchidna[20:34:34] <Sho_> seems sensible00:35
apacheloggermicahg: that is because that stuff is mostly utter crap :P00:35
JontheEchidna/tmp/buildd/libkgapi-0.4.0/obj-x86_64-linux-gnu/libkgapi/../../libkgapi/ui/authwidget_p.h:27:20: fatal error: QWebView: No such file or directory00:39
JontheEchidnaundeclared dependency on QtWebKit \o/00:39
JontheEchidna!find QWebView00:40
ubottuFile QWebView found in libopenscenegraph-dev, libqtwebkit-dev, openscenegraph-doc00:40
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: I had that too00:55
apacheloggersomething is a shit with our findqt400:55
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: https://projects.kde.org/projects/kdesupport/libqzeitgeist/repository/revisions/10fce186a706e8ce124ed42b55f1577084134e5900:55
apacheloggeror maybe that is by design because qtwebkit is not in qt anymore00:56
JontheEchidnamakes sense since QtWebkit is shipped00:56
apacheloggerI am not sure00:56
JontheEchidnaseparately from Qt00:56
apacheloggerwell, but then cmake would have broken compatibility00:56
apacheloggernot that it would have been the first time :P00:56
* apachelogger is not a fan of implicit linking anyway, so he did not look into it00:57
apacheloggeralso findqt4 is always warping my mind00:57
* apachelogger finds it bad enough when he has to look into something for phonon00:57
JontheEchidnaanybody up for a little revu? http://revu.ubuntuwire.com/p/libkgapi01:17
JontheEchidnapython-mlt3, in the same source as libmlt5, but still depends on libmlt4 :s01:46
JontheEchidna(libmlt4 is NBS from older mlt)01:46
JontheEchidnaoh, it seems to be nbs too01:47
JontheEchidnaweird that they'd include the c++ .so number in the python package name01:47
DarkwingGarg, I wish there was a bookmark / password inport from Chromium in Rekonq.02:24
JontheEchidna^for a momemt there I thought you were addressing shadeslayer ^^02:25
DarkwingLOL Yeah, I thought about that after I typped it.02:27
apacheloggerDarkwing: can't chromium export to html?02:50
Darkwingapachelogger: Not that I can find02:51
DarkwingI was thinking of taking googles "Chrome to Phone" program and see if I can't figure out how to import from a google account.02:52
ScottKFYI, I can remove packages now (Riddell will still be able to as well), so let me know.03:17
JontheEchidnaScottK: mind taking a look at qt4-x11?03:19
JontheEchidnabuilds for everything now :)03:19
ScottKI was just looking at it.03:21
ScottKJontheEchidna: Accepted.03:28
ScottKNo problem.03:28
ScottKUpdated kubuntu.org to reflect 4.8.3 in -updates.03:45
apacheloggerDarkwing: open bookmark manager04:03
apacheloggerin the menu choose organize and export to html04:03
apacheloggerkbookmarksmanager should be able to import that04:04
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: still up?04:06
JontheEchidnathough I am a bit surprised you are still up :P04:06
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: what do you think of removing apturl04:06
* apachelogger has exam in 3 hrs ^^04:06
JontheEchidnapulling an all-nighter?04:07
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: integrating the functionality into muon/qapt-installer04:07
apacheloggeryeah, I was planning on revising04:07
apacheloggerbut my procrastination skills are too good04:07
JontheEchidnaiirc the ubuntu apturl opens up app pages in software-center04:08
JontheEchidnathat would be nice to have for the Muon one04:09
apacheloggerwell, you really just need an url parser04:09
JontheEchidnaoh yeah, there's no technical limitations whatsoever04:09
apacheloggerall the other craps is outsourced to python-apt in apturl anyway04:09
apacheloggerohhh, and archive activation I think04:10
apacheloggeri.e. you can turn on multiverse04:10
apacheloggerthough I think that is rather pointless nowadays04:10
apacheloggerprobably could be removed from the spec altogether04:10
JontheEchidnaanyway, my opinion on that is that it is a good idea04:11
JontheEchidnaI'll see what I can do04:11
JontheEchidnabut I also kind of committed myself to writing the KDE jockey replacement, so we'll see how that goes >.>04:11
apacheloggersuppose I can write you the parser :P04:12
JontheEchidnaapturl-kde is already mostly using qapt-batch for the install stuff anyways :P04:13
JontheEchidnaif I go to bed now I can get 6.5 hrs sleep,so I think I will 04:14
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: bonne nuit04:17
valoriepackagers, is anyone planning on doing Amarok beta?06:31
valorie2.6 beta, I should say'06:31
apacheloggeroh boy, I should have gone to bed08:40
bulldog98who ever writes the kubuntu news please remember to name what Jonathan is to thank :)08:44
bulldog98ScottK: ^08:44
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apacheloggerbulldog98: nus? jon? thank?08:50
bulldog98apachelogger: the news we always mention who packaged the stuff, but we have more than one Jonathan and we kind of allways only name persons with their firstname08:51
apacheloggerwell yes, I do see one Jon being thanked08:52
apacheloggershould the other be thanked too?08:52
bulldog98I don’t remember, but the thing is it’s not visible who is meant with that09:09
bulldog98was it Riddell, JontheEchidna or me?09:10
apacheloggerbulldog98: well, however contributed to .3 may feel thanked :P09:15
debfxagateau: there are some appmenu patches in kdevelop packages. what's their upstreaming status?09:28
agateaudebfx: I have no idea :/, need to check09:29
agateauoh, hi apol, maybe you can answer debfx question09:30
agateauapoi: <debfx> agateau: there are some appmenu patches in kdevelop packages. what's their upstreaming status?09:30
apolagateau: can you fill me in?09:31
agateaudebfx: do you have an url handy for apol?09:32
debfxapol: https://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-branches/ubuntu/quantal/kdevelop/quantal/view/head:/debian/patches/kubuntu_01_appmenu_fix.diff and https://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-branches/ubuntu/quantal/kdevplatform/quantal/view/head:/debian/patches/kubuntu_01_appmenu_fix.diff09:33
apoldebfx: can we get a proper reviewboard for this?09:35
agateauapoi: I can do this09:35
agateau(post it on rb I mean)09:35
apolagateau: why do we need the switcherAction?09:36
agateauapoi: mmm, that looks weird09:37
* apachelogger needs to lay down a bit Oo09:38
apolagateau: and why does tabBar become a call? O.o09:39
apolit's a weird patch :P09:39
agateauI don't remember writing the patch like this, but it was a long time ago09:39
agateautabBar became a call because it becomes private in mainwindow_p.h but I don't remember writing this09:40
apolthen there are missing things...09:41
agateauapoi: the goal of the patch is to disable the tabs on the right of the menubar, because that does not work with appmenu09:42
agateauI assume the switcherAction is supposed to replace it09:42
* agateau looks for the original patch in older sources09:43
apolagateau: (my nick is APOL not APOI xD)09:43
agateauapoi: oups :)09:43
agateauapol: ah damn!09:44
agateauapol: I messed up again, that's why09:46
apolwell I think i prefer that to not understanding anything :P09:47
agateauapol: it's starting to make more sense09:47
agateauapol: the patch is actually complete09:47
agateauapol: what happens is the area switcher widget is associated with the switcherAction09:48
agateauapol: see line 22 of the kdevplatform patch09:48
agateauapol: the kdevelop patch just adds this action to the toolbar, effectively moving the area switcher from the menubar row to the toolbar09:48
apolnow it's longer O.o09:49
agateauapol: I still don't know why I changed stuff in mainwindow_p.h09:49
agateauapol: what do you mean?09:49
agateauapol: the toolbar is longer?09:50
apolthe patch, i reloaded and it appeared completely09:50
agateaumust be a conspiration from the qtcreator devs ;)09:51
apolit always is xD09:51
apolagateau: ok, can you put it on rb? like this we can just approve it and get it in09:52
agateauapol: yup, will do09:52
debfxless distro patches, yay :)09:57
debfxnow we just need to get rid of the 56 patches we ship in the qt4 package :/09:58
BluesKajhey all10:27
agateauapol: hey, I am refreshing the kdevelop patch right now, and I noticed something weird: if I select "Project > Open / Import Project..." I can't select CMakeLists.txt files anymore. Am I missing something?11:51
apolagateau: maybe you don't have the cmake plugin set up?12:04
apolyou should be able to (I can)12:04
agateauapol: could be. Is it in a separate repo?12:05
apolagateau: it's in KDevelop12:05
agateauapol: mmm, kbuildsycoca4 for the win!12:08
agateaudebfx: apol: https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/105116/ and https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/105117/12:46
apolagateau: what happens if the user changes the native menu bar thing while using kdevelop?12:50
agateauapol: the internet reboots12:50
agateauapol: more seriously, the change is ignored12:50
agateauapol: I don't think there is a way to detect it12:51
apolagateau: i'm already using this patch in kubuntu, right?12:52
agateauapol: right12:52
agateauapol: or rather the more complex version which changed tabBar to tabBar()12:52
apolagateau: do you have a screenshot of it without the menu? :P12:53
agateauapol: hold on12:53
* apol thinks that reviewboards without screenshots are too limited :D12:53
agateauapol: it's not exactly pretty: http://wstaw.org/m/2012/05/31/plasma-desktopLv2068.png12:54
apoldo you use it?12:55
agateauapol: I used to when I was using appmenu, but I don't use appmenu anymore12:56
agateauapol: actually I forgot to undo one of my button changes, so it looks like that: http://wstaw.org/m/2012/05/31/plasma-desktopfA2068.png12:57
agateauapol: Shortening "Build Selection" to "Build" and "Commit Current Project" to "Commit" helps a bit12:57
apoli'll set the ship it12:58
apolif you want to shorten those, feel free to open another rb :D12:58
apolagateau: why did you add the action from the runcontroller? it should be done fron the UiController12:59
* agateau looks atUiController13:00
agateauapol: RunController is where all actions are created, isn't it?13:02
apolagateau: the runcontroller holds teh running code (as in execute or debug your application)13:02
apoljust like projectcontroller for project stuff and documentationcontroller for docs13:03
apolagateau: you can see projectcontroller.cpp:480 how it has another setupActions13:03
agateauapol: ok, so I should create a UiController::setupActions() method?13:04
apolagateau: yes13:04
agateauapol: ok, updating the patch13:05
apolthanks aurelien :)13:05
agateauapol: updated13:15
apolagateau: ship it13:18
agateauapol: final word? :)13:18
apolagateau: it's been a pleasure xD13:19
agateauapol: while we are at it, what do you think of that old one? https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/101506/13:22
agateauadymo said it's useless, but I think it would still make sense13:22
apolagateau: it says he fixed it in a different way13:24
agateauapol: as of today, it's not fixed here :/13:24
apolwell, here i don't see the button13:25
apolso it looks fine13:25
agateaumaybe I was not explicit enough13:25
agateauthe patch is not about seeing the button frame13:25
agateauit's about having the button frame (visible or not) stuck to the border13:25
agateauso that you can throw your mouse to the screen edge and click the button13:26
agateauI used plastique on the screenshot to demonstrate the margin change13:26
apolagateau: does the patch still work?13:27
shadeslayerrbelem: have you tried using the --loginhelper option in kvkbd with KDM?13:27
agateauapol: It applies, I think it should work, it's just a one-liner13:27
shadeslayerrbelem: I tried adding this : kvkbd --loginhelper in /etc/kde4/kdm/Xsetup and it starts for one second13:28
shadeslayerand then vanishes13:28
agateauapol: see, I shouldn't have added a screenshot, then you and adimo would have read the description ;)13:28
apolagateau: at some point dymo said he'd remove the ideal layout13:28
apolagateau: yeah, the first time i saw, i thought it was about the tooltip xD13:28
agateauapol: ideal is the system which creates the buttons around the main window?13:29
apolyes, I think so13:29
apolagateau: let me try the patch13:29
jtechidna|workrbelem: btw, qtmobility is fully merged and merry now :)13:33
rbelemjtechidna|work, thanks :-D13:33
rbelemshadeslayer, hum... i was thinking about using maliit with lightdm13:34
jtechidna|workrbelem: except, it needs a bit of work on the symbols files for the arm archs13:34
jtechidna|workGCC 4.7 made it stop exporting some symbols that really didn't belong to qtmobility in the first place13:35
jtechidna|workso the symbol files will need updating by somebody with access to an arm box13:35
rbelemjtechidna|work, i have one13:36
rbelemjtechidna|work, i can do that13:36
jtechidna|workgreat :)13:36
rbelemjtechidna|work, but i dont know how to update the symbols file13:37
rbelemjtechidna|work, how do i do that?13:38
ScottKbulldog98: I didn't change that.  It was in the original announcement, but I'll fix it.13:38
jtechidna|workthe symbols files keep track of what c++ symbols the library ships13:38
jtechidna|workwhenever a symbol is removed, it triggers a build failure13:38
jtechidna|workusually this means that a library broke ABI when it shouldn't13:39
jtechidna|workbut in this case a symbol has been removed that wasn't part of the library at all, but was showing up because the library was linked to the library that had the symbol13:39
jtechidna|workthis is the relevant bit of the build log: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1016348/13:39
jtechidna|workto fix that, you would just remove line 9 entirely13:40
jtechidna|work(but don't add line 10)13:40
jtechidna|workthen you'd have to continue the package build to make sure that there aren't any more like that13:40
rbelemnice! :-)13:41
rbelemthanks jtechidna|work 13:41
ScottKagateau: If you're updating kdevelop, we need to merge from Debian too.  They just updated all their kdevelop related packages and suggested we update from that.13:43
agateauScottK: I am upstreaming appmenu patches13:46
agateaurather, I just upstreamed13:46
ScottKagateau: OK.  I thought you were updating our packages too.13:46
apolagateau: ship it :D14:07
agateauapol: thanks!14:08
agateauwondering what happens when one closes a discard reviewrequest through the git commit hook14:11
apolagateau: internet will reboot probably, then we won't know if it was appmenu14:14
agateauapol: that's the only possible outcome indeed :)14:14
agateauinterestingly, the margin fix does not work for the bottom row :/14:14
kubotuapol: You did something wrong... Try s/you/me/ or tell me "help sed"14:15
apolwow man! here in kubuntu you're all over the place :P14:16
agateauapol: you do know kubotu is a bot, right?14:23
jtechidna|workit has many interesting pulgins14:24
* jtechidna|work slaps kubotu 14:25
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apolyes i know14:37
apolbut still :P14:37
vorianwhats up kubuntu peeps!  are we changin names still?15:55
BluesKajvorian, which names ?15:57
voriani cant recall15:57
EzimBluesKaj, I think he is meaning after canonical and the fetuare of kubuntu15:57
BluesKajEzim, yes , but which names are in the running ? :)15:58
EzimBluesKaj, no, I know about. :)15:59
* Ezim hopes kubuntu goes rolling release and straight debian... dreaming away :)15:59
vorianit was one Mamarok came up with15:59
* vorian leaves16:00
BluesKajoh they'll probly come up with some lame name  ..16:00
macowhen sabdfl was told about the name changing plan he went WHAT16:00
BluesKajcan't be any worse than obscure animals16:00
macoand then asked for an email explaining who was asked at canonical about the trademark stuff, because he was completely unaware that the legal department had said no16:01
macoso it looks like the name is not changing, because sabdfl can override other canonical decisions16:01
vorianwell id hope so16:02
voriani still wonder if all this effort put into a kde based os may not be better served or another distro, since its obvious now we are the blue haired stepchildren16:04
vorianits alway been obvious16:05
ScottK2vorian: I think it's a fair trade.  We've always gotten less Canonical support, but we also have a lot more community control than Ubuntu.16:11
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ulyssesjtechidna|work: will be more point release of Muon 1.3.x?16:42
jtechidna|workulysses: yes16:43
jtechidna|workI'm planning on one this weekend16:44
ulyssesI found a typo in the Hungarian translation, now I look for it to fix16:45
jtechidna|workulysses: http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/l10n-kde4/hu/messages/extragear-sysadmin/16:46
jtechidna|workwait, that's the unstable translations16:47
ulyssesI found it in the stable bracn16:47
jtechidna|workk, cool16:47
ulyssesit doesn't exist in trunk, only this:16:48
ulysses#~ msgctxt "Category"16:48
ulysses#~ msgid "File Sharing"16:48
ulyssesfix committed into the stable branch16:51
nixternali think you all were sniffing bath salts about 20 hours ago with your fairy tales17:01
shadeslayerPici: ^ Lolwot17:06
shadeslayerhe shouldn't be here? 0.o17:06
Picisee pm17:07
ejathi .. is there any amarok 2.6.1 ppa ? 17:11
shadeslayerejat: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/amarok < Doesn't look like it17:15
shadeslayer( That page also lists all amarok source packages in PPA's, and all of them look older than 2.5.017:15
shadeslayerejat: plus, you know, it was released just 2 days ago, and someone will get to it evetually17:16
shadeslayeroh, make that 20 hours ago ( According to email time stamps )17:16
* shadeslayer is wondering why Amarok looks all orange in those screenshots 17:17
ejatshadeslayer: yeah .. im just asking ... wondering if someone already start doing the package in their ppa :)17:18
shadeslayerdoubt it :P17:18
shadeslayerkind of understaffed at the moment17:18
ejatouch ... 17:18
ejatmaybe can gain/recruit or attract new staff :) 17:19
shadeslayerJust another week to go for my exams to finish, then I'll have all the time in the world ^_^17:19
ejatshadeslayer: owh no wonder .. 17:20
Ezimshadeslayer, my ended today :)...17:20
shadeslayerlucky you17:20
shadeslayerI have 2 more to go and I absolutely don't want to study17:20
Ezimshadeslayer, sorry.. not exame... only this semester :P17:20
shadeslayerEzim: Ah, this is my last semester :P17:21
Ezimshadeslayer, good then you can bring goddies to kubuntu... make it rolling release with 12.10 (joking kind of )17:21
shadeslayerI did manage to start Active on my tablet today17:22
shadeslayerso not being *completely* worthless17:22
shadeslayeroh god, I love notes.kde.org, that stupid wiki makes me want to cry17:22
EzimI think kubuntu will be bigger among linux user if they stop be canonical step child... people se kubuntu that way I feel :(17:23
shadeslayerdunno, I never felt that way17:25
shadeslayerthen again, my opinion is biased17:27
Ezimshadeslayer, thats because we are kde-lovers17:27
Ezimshadeslayer, maybe direct based on debian and going our own way would be good for kubuntu-community17:27
Ezimit would be easier I think to manage the distro17:28
shadeslayerjtechidna|work: have you played Planet Forge yet?17:28
shadeslayerokay, me neither, looks cool, isn't available for Mac or Linux, so can't play17:30
shadeslayerdoesn't work under wine as well17:30
ulyssesjtechidna|work: the policy file in libqapt needs a change to allow the translation of the actions17:52
jtechidna|workwhat change is that?17:54
ulyssese.g. <description gettext-domain="qapt">Update software sources</description>17:54
ulyssesjust like jockey or aptdaemon: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1016649/17:55
jtechidna|workso Messages.sh is already generating proper templates, but I need to mark which template to use in each of the descriptions?17:55
ulyssesI don't know if Messages.sh extracts these, there are more step to fix this, even the package must be changed17:59
ulyssessee https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-translations/+bug/91359117:59
ubottuLaunchpad bug 913591 in Ubuntu Translations "Gparted needs to use dh_translations" [Medium,Fix released]17:59
jtechidna|workit would be different if the translations were in a .mo file that muon ships for the translations18:01
jtechidna|workiirc gnome ships all their .desktop and similar files in the .desktop files themselves18:02
jtechidna|workso if the messages are actually getting into the .pot's, after the gettext-domain change to the policy file things should be good18:03
jtechidna|workbut it looks like it's not doing that yet18:03
ulyssesit does not18:07
jussiare council nominations really still open? 18:13
ulyssesjtechidna|work: if you commit it today or tomorrow, it will appear next day in the .pot, translators do it fast, and scripty merge it back, but it needs at least 3 days18:29
ScottKjussi: Ask apachelogger.18:54
apacheloggernomination period ends saturday next week18:54
ScottKAnyone want to be the Kubuntu dude at the release team meeting tomorrow?18:55
ScottKWith jr still missing, I've been doing it and I don't know if I'll be available.18:55
apacheloggeralso I only see three nominations thus far, that is a bit boring :P18:55
* ScottK is all for boring.18:55
jussiIm still figuring out if I can commit the time. Out of curiousity, how much time do you peoples who are on there estimate it takes at the moment? 18:56
jtechidna|worknot much at all18:57
ScottKHere's what I told about what we've been up to: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-release/2012-May/001280.html18:57
jussijtechidna|work: could you quantify "not much" a little?18:58
jtechidna|workjussi: well, just time to answer a few more infrequent emails, and attending all the normal kubuntu meetings regularly18:59
ubottuNinja Time! apachelogger, bulldog98, debfx, JontheEchidna, Lex79, maco, neversfelde, nhandler, Quintasan, rgreening, Riddell, ScottK, stalcup, txwikinger, yofel19:00
jussijtechidna|work: and do you forsee that changing at all in the future, with the current changes in our structure?19:00
ScottK4.4.80 is back on.19:00
ScottKNeed to get to work ...19:00
jtechidna|workjussi: primarily the whole "Canonical not sponsoring Kubuntu developers" has just caused a few more mails to be sent out that a council member would reply to :P19:01
jtechidna|workI think Riddell also drafted up some publications on behalf of the council and passed it around to see if it reflected the council's thoughts on the matter19:02
ScottKI expect it's likely to be somewhat more than in the past, but not radically so.19:04
apacheloggerjtechidna|work: the secret is to wait a day or two and then just +1 on somene elses mail :P19:26
* apachelogger is showing off his mighty knowledge19:26
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jussibtw, I think one thing we could work on a bit is kubuntu's dualhead issues - you know, plasma crashing lots when you unplug the project, things not coming back to single head after removing the plug etc19:41
ScottKjussi: It's been a year or two since I've seen that.19:44
ScottKAlso --> Upstream.19:44
jussiScottK: sadly its still happening regularly for me :/19:44
jussioh really? not our thing... :/19:45
ScottKWhat type of video?19:45
jussihrm? 19:45
ScottK(Intel, nVidia, ATI?)19:45
jussiahh intel19:45
ScottKThe big question is, is it driver bugs or KDE bugs.19:46
ScottKHmmm.  Mine's Intel too.19:46
jussiI have it on 2 machines19:46
jussiOne is a mobile 4 series (dell xt2, with capacitive touch, not sure if that affects it)19:47
ScottKafiestas is probably the man for that kind of problem.19:47
ScottKHe keeps wanting to improve the multi-head experience anyway.19:48
jussithe other is this HP with 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 02)19:48
ubottuhttp://websvn.kde.org/trunk/?rev=2&view=rev | svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk -r 2 | Source imported19:48
* apachelogger thinks we should have gsoced that19:48
afiestasjussi: all that should be fixed20:21
afiestasnot perfectly and elegantly fixed, but fixed20:21
afiestasyou should not lose any window when removing a monitor20:21
afiestasand plasma shouldn't crash, I'm a super heavy user of dualhead, 0 crashes for me20:21
jussiafiestas: Ive had it many times, nex time Ill submit a crash report and ping you20:23
afiestasdon't want to sound crash, but you should had to report it first time20:24
afiestaswhat if now you can't reproduce it anymore? :/20:24
jussiafiestas: its always been in unfortunate places where I dont have time to get a bug reported - ie. meetings :/ I will go reproduce and report it though20:28
jussiafiestas: one of the issues is if there is no crash, the other "screen" still stays "attached" and is the primary screen, so I dont have panels or anything20:29
jussithen when I start system settings and attempt to adjust it back to one, it crashes20:30
afiestasright now removing the wire doesn't mean "unpluggin it" software-wise20:31
jussioh, well there is one thign we need to fix then.20:31
afiestasI'm working on a new screen management, hope to finish it soonish20:58
Ezimafiestas, for kubuntu?21:02
afiestasEzim: for KDE, kububntu will use it ofc21:02
afiestaskubuntu is usually early adopter of all my software though :p21:02
Ezimafiestas, any info about it?21:03
Darkwingrbelem: ping21:24
Darkwingafiestas: greetings.21:24
afiestasDarkwing: HEY21:25
afiestasEzim: had to restart, di dyou get the url?21:25
Darkwingafiestas: What you working on?21:26
Darkwingno URL.21:26
Ezimno url21:26
afiestas1 sec I fetch it agian21:27
ScottKWho's working on 4.4.80?21:28
ScottKCan we get it in by Monday?21:28
afiestasEzim: Darkwing http://community.kde.org/Solid/Projects/DisplayManagement/Design21:29
Ezimafiestas, will it work great with opensource nvidia driver also? even if the closed one works good for me.21:30
DarkwingOh nice.21:30
Darkwinganyone used a working akonadi google resource?21:31
yofelScottK: doesn't seem to be anybody right now. And I seriously doubt it's done by monday.21:31
ScottKDarkwing: Yes.21:31
yofelI'm back home saturday evening, then I'll do more again21:31
ScottKyofel: Urgh.21:31
ScottKIt'd be nice to have it for Alpha 1.21:31
DarkwingScottK: What all does it sync?21:31
ScottKDarkwing: contacts and calendar.21:32
yofeltodo's too, but I haven't tested that much21:32
Ezimafiestas, that looks lot like the current screen manager. am I wrong?21:33
afiestasEzim: it should since nvidia now does XRandR as well21:33
afiestasit is waaaay different21:34
ScottKMajor increase in automagicness.21:34
Ezimafiestas, okey I can not see the difference.. sorry :(21:35
afiestashave you read it? :s21:36
Ezimafiestas, will do it... only looked on the pics first21:36
Ezimafiestas, really interresting reading. thx alot and I hope you will finish it someday.21:41
yofelI've updated the pad with the list of tars that need to be re-uploaded21:41
afiestasEzim: I hope it too xD21:41
yofeljust remove the comment once it's done21:41
* yofel will try to do some of that now21:41
Ezimafiestas, do you work for special-company or is this stuff what you do in your spare time?21:43
afiestasthis concrete work I do on my spare time21:45
DarkwingWow, we are a full version behind owncloud...21:57
shadeslayerDarkwing: fwiw I investigated importing chrome bookmarks into KDE22:04
Darkwingshadeslayer: I figured out the bookmarks.22:04
shadeslayeroh? How?22:04
Darkwingshadeslayer: I was looking for for passwords.22:04
DarkwingIn chrome... about:bookmarks export as HTML22:05
shadeslayerDarkwing: how did you import Chrome's bookmarks though?22:05
DarkwingThen in rekonq import firefox bookmarks and pick the HTML file.22:05
Ezimafiestas, thx for the info. for blue system?22:05
shadeslayerDarkwing: I can just implement this in KDE though22:06
DarkwingThat would be epic. 22:06
shadeslayerDarkwing: like, copy the export to HTML code from google chrome into keditbookmarks and then use the standard HTML importer22:06
DarkwingActually, if we could figure out how google handles the api for inporting all the info in the first place THAT would be awesome.22:06
shadeslayerDarkwing: google docs22:06
DarkwingYeah... But, I'm looking at the passwords.22:07
shadeslayeri.e. it simply uses REST calls to Google Drive22:07
shadeslayerah passwords, no idea22:07
Darkwingall chromium/chrome passwords are synced with google.22:07
shadeslayerEverything is saved in ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/22:07
shadeslayerthere's a sql db in there22:07
DarkwingYeah, I figured that out.22:07
shadeslayerunder Sync Data22:07
DarkwingBut, the passwords are hashed and it wouldn't display correctly.22:08
shadeslayerDarkwing: the problem will be unencrypting the data22:08
shadeslayerwe don't know what kind of encryption google does :)22:08
DarkwingThis is why I'm going to do some digging and see if the API that is used in chromium is open or not.22:08
Darkwingwith Google, it's a flip of a coin if it's open or not.22:09
shadeslayershould be22:09
shadeslayerchromium has sync as well22:09
DarkwingSo, it would just be a matter of finding it.22:09
shadeslayerthe code is just horribly bloated :P22:10
DarkwingIf we didn't add it as default into rekonq, at least an addon/plugin.22:10
shadeslayerDarkwing: *cough* https://git.reviewboard.kde.org/r/104673/ *cough*22:10
DarkwingThat's half. :D22:11
shadeslayerthe other half being getting it packaged and released?22:11
Darkwingwell, that takes care of bookmarks.22:12
Darkwingand that is really awesome. But, the passwords is another beast.22:12
shadeslayeryou want passwords as well22:12
DarkwingI've been using chrome since it was first released. :D22:12
shadeslayerPretty sure that's impossible without knowing the encryption scheme22:12
shadeslayerI think I've been using it since version 5-6 ... don't remember the exact revision22:13
DarkwingI don't want to use it, I would LOVE to use rekonq but, I don't want to have to redo all my passwords.22:13
shadeslayerexact same problem22:13
DarkwingI was a beta tester a few years ago.22:13
shadeslayer-> Canary channel22:13
DarkwingI got the bookmarks in. Having an active sync would be EPIC22:13
shadeslayerVersion 20.0.1132.11 dev :P22:13
Darkwingand getting the passwords woudl be wonderful.22:13
DarkwingI just did a fresh install this morning on my laptop.22:14
shadeslayerit would be, but then again, encryption et all22:14
shadeslayerinteresting thing here is that my bookmarks are not encrypted22:14
shadeslayereven though I told chrome to encrypt them22:14
DarkwingYeah... too bad they didn't use MD5 with the google account pass being the key.22:14
shadeslayerok, I've gtg22:15
Darkwingcya mate.22:15
apacheloggerwhere is Quintasan the ol landlubbber?22:17
* Darkwing shakes a fist at google22:18
claydohanyone knbow whom to poke about releasing #kubuntuforums so us forum folks can make use of it? It currently redirects to #kubuntu22:23
apacheloggerjussi I presume?22:24
DarkwingYeah, I would poke jussi22:35
CIA-122[lp:~kubuntu-packagers/kubuntu-packaging/kdelibs] Philip Muškovac * 414 * debian/ (4 files in 2 dirs) refresh symbol files and update python3-support-bytecode.patch for new tarball22:57
* yofel is off to bed - good night22:57
claydohapachelogger:  and Darkwing thank you!23:20

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