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ScottKRiddell: No more kdegames stuff in New.  I did do some more fixups on a few before acceptings.05:26
kubotuScottK meant: "Riddell: No more kdegames stuff in New.  I did do some more fixups on a few before accepting."05:26
Tm_T"What’s the largest desktop migration to Ubuntu so far?85,000 desktops. La Gendarmerie Nationale, part of the French police force, faced growing IT infrastructure costs and decided to review its existing Microsoft-based environment."06:11
Tm_TI thought we had way bigger06:11
soeegood morning06:48
invariantWhen is 4.9.5 going to be released for precise?08:22
tsdgeos4.9.5 doesn't exist yet08:42
tsdgeosif you are speaking of a kde sc release08:42
invarianttsdgeos, I am referring to a fix for 311246.08:59
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yofel_kde bug 31124609:05
ubottuKDE bug 311246 in general "Dolphin crashes when pasting files" [Crash,Resolved: fixed] http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=31124609:05
yofel_invariant: that should already be fixed in precise, do you still get the crash?09:07
invariantyofel_, yes09:08
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invariantyofel, I see that a new release has already been made. 09:09
yofelinvariant: what's the dolphin version that you have installed?09:09
invariantyofel, most likely that will solve it then.09:09
yofelplease check, 4:4.9.4-0ubuntu0.1~ubuntu12.04.1~ppa2 should work09:10
invariantyofel, with kde-build-src, how can I set the configuration directory used (usually .kde)?09:10
yofel~/.kde? That should be $KDEHOME if I remember correctly09:12
invariantyofel, ok, so if I just want to run one application from source, I can cp -r .kde .kdemy KDEHOME=.kdemy pathtomycompileddolphin ?09:13
yofelshould work. But I can't really guarantee what will happen as I haven't done that in a long time09:15
Riddellnew wallpaper http://wstaw.org/m/2012/12/18/g4058-2560.png !10:31
Tm_Tso... KDE 3.2-esque?10:38
Tm_Tor what it was10:39
Tm_Tnot bad, I like it10:39
yofel+1 - grey was depressive10:42
RiddellI approve of the purple, always have since feisty10:47
soeeRiddell, this is the new wallp ?10:48
Riddellthat's what I said10:49
Tm_TI like how in my laptop display that purple is almost blue while on external monitor it has strong pink/purple10:53
BluesKajHey all11:17
Tm_Tay hell11:24
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apacheloggermy system is broken12:36
Riddelluh oh12:36
Riddellwhat happened?12:36
apacheloggerI have no idea12:36
apacheloggerinitramfs gets stuck12:36
apacheloggerwhen doing a modprobe on i91512:36
apacheloggertotallyw eird12:36
apacheloggerwell, actually the modprobe seems to get stuck12:37
apacheloggerstupid kms12:39
Tm_Tapachelogger: I had an important production environment failing to mount ext2 last week12:46
Tm_TI felt like a winner12:46
* apachelogger sighs12:55
ScottKRiddell: I'll be offline most of the day, but i think kde games are all done now.  Would you please check and make sure there aren't any missing (i.e. rejected and not reuploaded)?13:07
RiddellScottK: yep, got them all synced to bzr thanks for the fixes13:14
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QuintasanRiddell: Looking at plasma media center13:30
RiddellQuintasan: worth a try again13:31
Riddellask ksinny for any help13:31
Riddellit needs a datamodel thing from plasma active13:31
Riddelland of course it needs nepomuk in a working state13:31
Quintasanapparently I have everything apart from QtMultimediaKit which is optional13:33
Quintasanit compiles13:34
Quintasanand runs13:34
Quintasanbut does nothing13:35
Riddellhmm not sure that's optional13:36
Riddellif that's how it plays audio and video13:36
Riddelland it needs nepomuk and thingy plasma active data model13:36
vHandaAFAIK Nepomuk is optional13:37
Riddellit can browse files in a traditional way to some extent13:38
QuintasanRiddell: TBH it compiled just fine without qt magic13:38
Quintasanand it didn't whine about plasma-active data model13:39
Quintasanit fixed itself13:39
Riddellit doesn't whine13:40
Riddellit just won't work13:40
Quintasanit works13:40
Quintasansomehow it started working13:40
Quintasanat first run I had only icons13:41
Quintasanand clicking on them did nothing13:41
Quintasansearching music is not as fast I wish it was13:42
ronnocRiddell: Is there a public source on the web confirming the new wallpaper (which, BTW is awesome compared to the old depressing one)13:42
Quintasanit's not even beta, is it?13:42
ronnocRiddell: Also, I have 13.04 to iron now full-time for daily use so feel free to ping me for testing, etc. :)13:43
QuintasanRiddell: I can package it but I would not put it anywhere in repos13:45
QuintasanI'd rather do a weekly build for it in PPA13:45
Riddellnew wallpapers in http://websvn.kde.org/branches/KDE/4.10/kde-wallpapers/13:46
QuintasanRiddell: You can't even navigate using keyboard alone or mouse alone right now13:46
ronnocQuintasan: If you enable a PPA for PMC, ping me for testing13:46
Riddellronnoc: I'll remember to make use of that promise :)13:47
Quintasanronnoc: I won't create a PPA just for it, it will be part of both project neon and I think I'll either put it in my ppa13:47
jussironnoc: +++++ on the old wallpaper being depressing...13:47
QuintasanRiddell: Can we put weeklies in https://launchpad.net/~kubuntu-ppa/+archive/experimental?13:47
RiddellQuintasan: well you can but since the point of that PPA is to be able to throw random things in who knows what it'll build against13:48
* ronnoc Is willing to bet people went to Mint KDE just because the wallpaper kicked ass13:48
jussironnoc: hehe, some I guess :P13:48
QuintasanRiddell: I'll put it to staging then13:49
ronnocjussi: :)13:49
apacheloggersystem fixed \o/13:49
apacheloggerRiddell, ScottK: unless I did something wrong kdm would always end up on VT8 by default13:50
apachelogger(plymouth starts on 7 and supposedly due to KMS it is considered in use by KDM, so it uses the next free one)13:50
ronnocQuintasan: Since I'm running 13.04 no sense in me installing PN yet is there? I would just like to have a testing respoitory somewhere for it. If it's your personal one or whatever just let me know :)13:50
ronnocRiddell: I'll look forward to it. This release is going to be hella-solid. 13:51
QuintasanI think it will be in my private PPA for now13:51
Quintasanoh wait13:53
Riddellapachelogger: how did you fix it?13:53
Quintasanronnoc: We already have dailies for plasma-mediacenter13:53
Quintasanusing Project Neon13:53
ronnocQuintasan:  That applicacable to 13.04 as well?13:54
Quintasanoh well13:54
Quintasannot really13:54
apacheloggerRiddell: drop the patch13:54
apacheloggeractually I just noticed that plymouth quit is async, so the init job prolly has to wait13:55
ronnocQuintasan:  that's what I thought. hence my desire for a PPA :p13:55
Riddellapachelogger: moi?13:57
yofelQuintasan: the last thing I heard about the PN PMC builds was that they don't work (thanks to qtmobility). I haven't looked at it since then14:04
RiddellQuintasan: did you follow build steps at  http://www.sinny.in/node/25  ?14:05
Riddellthere's a guy has packages in blueleaflinux/ppa14:06
QuintasanRiddell: more or less14:06
Quintasanyofel: I have no idea why that compiles14:08
Quintasanyofel: libqt4-opengl-dev, shared-desktop-ontologies are required deps yet our pn package has no such things14:08
Riddell-dev is a required dep?14:09
Riddellkde-runtime brings in shared-desktop-ontologies14:09
yofel-kdelibs pulls in SDO and opengl, and qt4opengl is part of -qt14:09
yofelQuintasan: so it builds fine, but mobility seems to cause a mess14:10
apacheloggerRiddell: nah, me14:12
apacheloggerle crap14:15
RiddellQuintasan: using the one from blueleaflinux/ppa it has keyboard navigation14:15
apacheloggerplymouth quit && plymouth --wait does not work14:15
apacheloggerplymouth quit && plymouth --wait && sleep 1 does work14:15
QuintasanRiddell: Well, I don't really care about what's there, I'll ask the packager if he is going to upstream his changes14:16
Quintasanronnoc: add ppa:quintasan/ppa and wait14:17
Quintasanronnoc: https://code.launchpad.net/~quintasan/+recipe/plasma-mediacenter-weekly14:17
RiddellQuintasan: I don't think he's made any changes, he's just done packages14:18
Quintasantheoretically it should build at first try14:18
QuintasanRiddell: Then he has something that upstream didn't do14:18
Quintasancloned the repo as is, compiled and still can't navigate everything using keyboard only14:18
Quintasanfor example when you browse pictures14:18
Quintasanyou select one14:19
Quintasanit goes full screen14:19
Quintasanand arrows on keyboard do nothing here14:19
Riddelloh I don't know about everywhere14:19
Riddellthat might be asking a bit much :)14:19
QuintasanI though browsing through pictures using arrows and page up/down is common14:20
Quintasanit doesnt play gifs14:22
apacheloggerRiddell, ScottK: so.... unless we make the upstart script sleep for one second I can always make it go to VT8 as VT7 is at that point still used by plymouth despite using plymouth --wait14:24
Quintasanronnoc: raring build is apparently up14:25
apacheloggerQuintasan: control via keys is not a prime use case if you are designing for pointer based input devices14:26
Quintasanapachelogger: It's a freaking media canter14:26
QuintasanYou don't use a mouse to navigate that14:26
apacheloggerI did not say mouse14:26
QuintasanYou implied it14:26
apacheloggerimagine a touch screeny device DLNAing crap to your TV set or, for all intents and purposes, just sending the video signal there14:27
apacheloggerwould not have a physical keyboard nor would you want one in that setup14:28
apacheloggerOTOH a computer wired to your TV would probably have key based input14:29
apacheloggerin fact, the TV does too ^^14:29
apacheloggerso if you are designing for former you'd not care and if you were designing for latter you'd very much care14:30
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apachelogger(seeing as former is however a very hightechy setup one gets to wonder whether it should be the target :P)14:31
apachelogger(also it implies upnp support, which we do not have)14:31
Riddellapachelogger: we don't use kdm so I don't think it matters much and we should drop the patch14:31
apacheloggerRiddell: we agreed on that already, now I am telling you that dropping the patch requires additional changes to the init job such as a sleep 114:32
Riddelloh meh14:33
apacheloggerRiddell, ScottK: http://paste.kde.org/627266/14:34
Riddellapachelogger: well yeah looks ok14:36
* apachelogger really wonders why that sleep is needed though :(14:36
apacheloggerScottK: bug 641712 what to do?14:42
ubottubug 641712 in kde-workspace (Ubuntu) "Not possible to enter password for a new user in KDM (Maverick, Natty and Oneiric)" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64171214:42
* Riddell adds homerun to the seed14:58
Riddellhi ricktimmis 15:01
ricktimmisHey Jonathan, how are you today ?15:01
Riddellca va15:02
ricktimmisTre bienne15:02
ricktimmisI'm working through the MOTU docs, and getting a Dev environment setup.15:02
ricktimmisDidn't look at patching Ubiquity yet to test, as wasn'y sure how to approach it, and didn't want to look daft asking.15:03
ricktimmisWhat I mean by this is15:03
Riddellricktimmis: actually I put the patch in, but it still needs testing15:03
Riddellricktimmis: so if you can grab a daily image and test that would be uber cool15:03
ricktimmisDo I patch a prebuild then make an ISO, or can I simply patch the ISO and try the installer with the new code, or am I so far off I should really go RTFM15:03
ricktimmisAh ha is it patched now in the daily build ?15:04
Riddellricktimmis: yes, so needs testing before anyone notices it's broken15:05
ricktimmisAh right OK, well I have today's buildin Testdrive, will do it for you now, brb15:05
* Riddell out for a bit15:08
Quintasanshadeslayer: ping15:09
QuintasanRiddell: Since we got moved to universe, can't we just build amarok with all features?15:18
Quintasanapachelogger: ping15:24
Quintasangotta package kdevelop15:26
Quintasanyofel: bad things will happen if I upgrade to 4.9.90?15:28
Quintasanoh well15:28
yofelnot really15:29
QuintasanI will be installing raring anyways15:29
yofeltoday should be rc1 tagging anyway15:29
Quintasanso new kdevelop is in raring15:30
Quintasanbut we ain't got backports15:30
yofeluhm, 4.4.1 is in quantal-updates - is there something newer?15:31
Quintasanit is there?15:31
* Quintasan didn't notice it there15:31
yofel!info kdevelop quantal-updates15:31
ubottu'quantal-updates' is not a valid distribution: extras, hardy, hardy-backports, hardy-proposed, kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, lucid, lucid-backports, lucid-proposed, medibuntu, oneiric, oneiric-backports, oneiric-proposed, partner, precise, precise-backports, precise-proposed, quantal, quantal-backports, quantal-proposed, raring, raring-backports, raring-proposed, stable, testing, unstable15:31
yofel!info kdevelop quantal15:31
ubottukdevelop (source: kdevelop): integrated development environment for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 4:4.3.90-0ubuntu1 (quantal), package size 1221 kB, installed size 4835 kB15:31
yofel!info kdevelop quantal-proposed15:31
ubottuPackage kdevelop does not exist in quantal-proposed15:31
yofelthis is le broken15:32
yofel     4:4.4.1-0ubuntu0.1 015:32
yofel        500 http://ftp-stud.hs-esslingen.de/ubuntu/ quantal-updates/universe amd64 Packages15:32
QuintasanI believe shadeslayer broke it15:32
Quintasanmfw I started hacking on Amarok15:32
QuintasanI have absloutely no idea what I'm doing15:32
Quintasanbut I pray it will work15:32
Quintasanif it doesn't then I won't be able to avoid reading docs15:33
QuintasanPakiet: /var/cache/apt/archives/kde-l10n-pl_4%3a4.9.90-0ubuntu1~ubuntu12.10~ppa1_all.deb15:36
QuintasanBłąd: trying to overwrite '/usr/share/locale/pl/LC_MESSAGES/plasma_applet_printmanager.mo', which is also in package print-manager 0.2.0-0ubuntu315:36
yofelQuintasan: will you fix that or should I?15:39
Quintasanyofel: go ahead15:40
QuintasanDon't want to break the Philip Muškovac streak over there :P15:41
ricktimmisRidell: I have ISO 2012-12-18 06:42 - The fault persists, and appears unchanged from last weeks image.15:41
ricktimmisRiddell: No check box for Encrypt, and Radio button are all Mutex.15:42
shadeslayerfrom rmadison :   kdevelop | 4:4.4.1-0ubuntu0.1 | quantal-updates/universe | source, amd64, armel, armhf, i386, powerpc16:35
shadeslayerwhats wrong?16:35
shadeslayerubottu is broken16:37
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about is broken16:37
shadeslayerdon't blame me16:37
shadeslayerthat new wallpaper is really nice16:38
ronnocRiddell: +1 for Homerun. Should be the default IMHO.16:47
ronnocQuintasan: Ok. Up where exactly? PN?16:48
soeeno signs of rc1 ?16:53
shadeslayernot yet16:54
shadeslayerand it's tagging day today16:54
shadeslayerrelease probably will take a couple of days16:54
shadeslayerafiestas: kio-mtp ping, do you guys have a release planned?16:56
shadeslayeror should I ask someone to upload my git snapshot?16:57
shadeslayerafiestas: so just upload a git snapshot?16:57
shadeslayeroverall testing has been positive ... so just wondering16:58
apacheloggerQuintasan: pong17:01
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apacheloggerScottK: random thoughts on bug 1090788 ?17:04
ubottubug 1090788 in kubuntu-settings (Ubuntu) "Please do not use plasma-netbook for netbooks (wishlist)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/109078817:04
apacheloggeryofel: ^17:04
yofelwould make it kinda useless - but I wouldn't vote against it if asked17:04
apacheloggeryofel: would make what useless?17:06
simplewrunning 'kcmshell4 userconfig' crashes in raring17:08
apacheloggerricktimmis: FWIW, encrypting /home has a sizable impact on performance so defaulting to encryption sounds like a very bad idea (i.e. flame war ahead)17:13
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ricktimmisapachelogger: No FW, that's fine, without overhead then defaulting to the most Secure state would seem appeal, but I agree don't do it if it creates a big overhead. Interestingly after posting that, I noticed that Lubuntu appears to have this working the way we would want.17:16
simplewapachelogger: its due to new python17:17
apacheloggerricktimmis: you mean autologin and encryption not being mutually exclusive?17:17
simplewapachelogger: tell how cani gdb 'kcmshell4 userconfig'17:18
apacheloggerwhen a kde app crashes you should get a backtrace17:18
apacheloggeralso gdb --args foo bar foobar randomarg more random args17:18
apacheloggerkubuntu_fix_screenshot_compile.diff ... not documented ... not mentioned in the changelog ... hooray17:19
ricktimmisapachelogger: Not quite they are Mutex in Lubuntu, but my thinking was the 2nd drive for /home use case where a stolen drive would benefit from encryption even if the user never realised encryption was enable, but perhaps that's an exception to prove the rule. 17:20
* apachelogger bzr blames JontheEchidna17:20
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: y u no document patches?17:20
ricktimmisapachelogger: Out everything I posted the bit about hidding this from the user and defaulting to a Password login appeals, trying to keep things as simple as possible.17:21
apacheloggerricktimmis: well, you can turn on autologin after install17:21
apacheloggerI think that allowing every possible option should not be a concern of the installer17:21
apacheloggerricktimmis: I am all for hiding things ;)17:22
ricktimmisapachelogger: Agreed, me too.17:22
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: what's that patch do and why is it there and why is it not upstream and ...?17:22
ricktimmisapacherlogger: I posted because I understood from the report that a fix had been commited, I tested todays build of Raring, and the issue still appeared to be there. Most likely because I don't know what I am doing yet !17:23
simplewapachelogger: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1448005/17:23
apacheloggerricktimmis: it may be that the fix did not yet land on the build17:24
apacheloggerricktimmis: the change is not in the archive yet from what I can see17:26
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simplewapachelogger: good enough?17:27
apacheloggersimplew: do you get an error output as well?17:27
apacheloggerfatalerror sounds like there should be an error message somewhere17:27
simplewapachelogger: an error output?17:27
simplewapachelogger: http://paste.ubuntu.com/144801717:28
simplewapachelogger: like i said, its due to new python, userconfid needs to build against new python17:29
apacheloggerah yes17:29
apacheloggerargument order seems to have changed in python 3.217:29
apacheloggerJontheEchidna: ^ enjoy17:30
apacheloggersimplew: userconfig is written entirely in python it needs no building at all17:30
simplewapachelogger: another thing, when in the window 'kcmshell4 userconfig' isnt possible to have the groups sorted by name17:34
apacheloggeruserconfig is unmaintained17:34
simplewso if isnt maintanined anymore why it continues to be packaged?17:35
apacheloggerbecause it works(tm)17:35
simplewwell now doesnt17:35
apacheloggerpykde4 doesn't17:36
apacheloggermore specifically the kpythonpluginfactory is not working17:36
simplewstill if is packaged in kubuntu it should be maintained in some way, so why bother reporting bugs and provide support?17:37
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apacheloggersimplew: perhaps someone will pick it up continue development17:42
simplewapachelogger: i dont think thats a valid option, if its part of kubuntu default packages must be supported17:43
simplewapachelogger: else dropped17:43
apacheloggerexcept I did not say it is not support17:43
apacheloggerI said it is not maintained17:43
simplewapachelogger: well its has severall bugs, like not being able to sort groups by name, when you are creating a user and you set some group before the user is created the group name disapepars17:47
simplewapachelogger: so unless someone maintains it should be dropped17:48
apacheloggerfeel free to discuss it on the mailing list17:48
apacheloggersimplew: whenever https://launchpad.net/~apachelogger/+archive/staging/+build/4072217 is finished you can get a new version from ppa:apachelogger/staging which should fix the crash17:50
* apachelogger leaves for today17:50
simplewapachelogger: how much time will take to appear on mirrors?17:51
apacheloggerthere are no mirrors because I have not uploaded it to the archive because I have no raring setup to test the change17:51
apacheloggerso when that build there finishes it should be available from the ppa immediately or you can simply grab the debs manually17:52
apacheloggerthere are only like 3 or 4 anyway17:52
apacheloggernow really -> away17:52
shadeslayerRiddell: <alaa> I have a question,is kubuntu.org/feature-tour really has screenshots that goes back to KDE 4.3.2 ?!18:26
shadeslayerfrom #kubuntu-devel18:26
Riddellshadeslayer: very likely18:43
Riddellshadeslayer: invite him to help fix it18:43
shadeslayerhe's gone18:43
ronnocRiddell: I'll help get it in shape. Who do I talk to? Also, is Calligra going to be coming back into the daily builds?19:11
soeei can help to with website stuff :)19:15
Riddellronnoc: the feature tour?19:16
Riddellronnoc: make improvements and we'll put them in 19:17
Riddellooh all the helpers now19:17
ronnocok. will play around with it and send via mailing list, if that's the preferred way.19:19
ricktimmisapachelogger: Sorry was away for dinner, I see OK. I will watch out for the patch being release into the daily build and test when I can. Thanx19:19
Riddellronnoc: daily builds as in neon?  I don't have much to do with that19:20
Riddellbut there's a new calligra I just uploaded could do with a test19:21
Riddellin raring19:21
ronnocRiddell: If I have Calligra installed in Raring should I just update to get the latest?19:21
shadeslayerRiddell: did you upload ktp? because I forgot the meta package in there19:23
Riddellnot yet19:23
shadeslayerah cool19:24
shadeslayeruploaded it then19:24
Riddellstill eating this haggis pizza19:24
ronnocOk downloaded the updated Calligra. Will have a go and try to break things.19:24
ronnocwow Krita is only 3.6MB. It's half the size of Stage! Who wudda thunk it. 19:26
Riddellronnoc: I'd guess templates take up the space?19:46
shadeslayerRiddell: btw any ideas why we don't ship whoopsie?19:53
shadeslayerseems like everyone else ships it19:53
shadeslayersomething to investigate ? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ErrorTracker19:54
yofelshadeslayer: we have an open bug that everyone else fixed - I'm just not convinced by the "fix"19:55
shadeslayeroh, which one?19:55
yofelwhy should kubuntu-desktop depend on it when apport is the only thing that uses it?19:55
iulian_hello, can someone please can help me to fix this    http://paste.kde.org/627428/19:56
yofelshadeslayer: bug 100163019:56
ubottubug 1001630 in ubuntustudio-meta (Ubuntu) "xubuntu-desktop kubuntu-desktop etc. no longer upload crash reports as of Precise" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100163019:56
shadeslayerI agree19:57
shadeslayeryofel: I just noticed this because apport prompts me to send reports19:58
shadeslayerbut I didn't see anything being sent19:58
shadeslayerwhich is just as bad19:58
Riddelliulian_: /usr/share/applications/kde/kresources.desktop looks like a file you installed yourself, it's not in any of our packages19:58
shadeslayerso yeah, needs fixing in apport19:59
Riddelliulian_: when I look at that im-switch file it looks fine so I guess you're on quantal or older? I'm on raring20:00
iulian_kubuntu 10.10 kde 4.5.5 20:00
Riddelliulian_: ooh that's old, time to upgrade :)20:01
ronnocRiddell: Yea definately all the included templates in Stage make it bigger - but I was equally suprised at the small size of Krita for all it does :)20:01
iulian_yes, yes just messed up some icons after upgrades think its something with hicolor-icon-theme20:02
shadeslayerRiddell: ~ » desktop-file-validate /usr/share/app-install/desktop/im-switch:im-switch.desktop                 shadeslayer@solembum20:02
shadeslayer/usr/share/app-install/desktop/im-switch:im-switch.desktop: error: value "Settings" for string list key "Categories" in group "Desktop Entry" does not have a semicolon (';') as trailing character20:02
shadeslayeron raring20:03
shadeslayersame for /usr/share/applications/im-switch.desktop20:03
Riddellshadeslayer: ooh you're right20:04
shadeslayerbut it's more or less a warning and an upstream issue20:04
Riddellwell it's a native package20:04
* Quintasan was successful at thread managment in Qt20:05
Quintasannot that actually solves anything20:05
Riddelliulian_: ok so there is a wee something to fix, download the package, fix it, add changelog, rebuild source, get debdiff, report bug.  let me know if you need help with any of that20:06
Quintasanthe next line blocks IO so I'm back at start20:06
Quintasanand the worst thing is20:07
Quintasanthere is a method to write tags using threads20:07
Quintasanbut there isn't one to read tags20:07
Quintasanand the next line is fucking reading the tag20:07
iulian_Riddell: it's not bug there is how file look http://paste.kde.org/627452/20:08
Quintasanshadeslayer: Did you know that amarok did tag writing in the main thread?20:08
QuintasanIt essentialy caused the whole ui to freeze is you tired to tag more files at once20:09
QuintasanThe music would be still playing20:09
shadeslayerQuintasan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6PZhONZ3Ac20:09
Quintasaneven if you killed the amarok window using ctrl+esc :D20:09
QuintasanI'm trying20:10
QuintasanI don't think I'll be able to though20:10
Riddelliulian_: there's no file at /usr/share/kde/services/kresources.desktop20:11
Riddellthere was one at /usr/share/kde4/services/kresources.desktop but not any more20:11
Riddellso that issue isn't valid20:11
Riddellbut the im-switch one can be fixed if you like20:12
iulian_ok, but what i have installed ro appear this file, seems like i have two desktop entries20:14
ScottKapachelogger: I would like upstream's opinion.  Plasma netbook is somewhat under maintained these days.  In general thought, I think the proposed change would not align well with being close to upstream.  Additionally, except for the page one thing, I don't find it particularly buggy.20:23
ScottKapachelogger: re bug 641712 - wontfix.20:24
ubottubug 641712 in kde-workspace (Ubuntu) "Not possible to enter password for a new user in KDM (Maverick, Natty and Oneiric)" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64171220:24
ScottKRiddell: Thanks for checking, re KDE games.20:25
Riddellshadeslayer: breakage on armhf build of ktp-call-ui 0.5.2-0ubuntu1 in ubuntu raring PROPOSED20:28
shadeslayeryep, on it20:29
shadeslayerchroot problem?20:29
shadeslayercan't do much about it :P20:29
Quintasanask lp admins to fix it20:30
* Quintasan hides20:30
yofeljust retry and hope you get a different builder this time20:31
ronnocHas anyone tried the Ubuntu One Client on Raring yet? Or does anyone here use Ubnutu One? (I'm assuming not likely :P )20:35
Riddellnot I20:36
shadeslayerRiddell: nasl is broken :P20:36
ronnocRiddell: Ok. Seems to be broken in Raring. I submitted a bug. 20:37
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shadeslayerheh, tp-logger-qt got nasl again20:39
rick_timmisronnoc: I use Ubuntu One, as a DropBox type of system, not Music though22:11
Quintasanronnoc: did you get the pmc build for raring or it failed?22:30
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shadeslayerRC1 uploaded22:57
shadeslayerRiddell: can you run the initial upload?22:57
Riddellshadeslayer: mm?23:03
Riddelloh, a late night SC release23:03
Riddelllet's see what I can do23:04
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shadeslayerapol: jumpy much? :P23:31
Riddellhmm it is public23:33
Riddella mistake somewhere I think, RCs don't get a lot of packager time but they do need test compiles23:34
Riddellor not, according to albert23:34
shadeslayerreally? 0.o23:35
shadeslayerI also don't see a announcement on kde.org23:35
apolwell... the _early_ component in testing is important...23:35
shadeslayerThe tarballs are in their usual packager-only location (unstable/4.9.95)23:35
shadeslayerkeyword being packager-only23:35
shadeslayerso I think it's a mistake23:36
Riddellit's public so it's mirrored before the announce tomorrow apparantly23:36
shadeslayerI blame albert, he said packagers only location23:36
shadeslayerso I didn't check public repos23:36
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