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jamespageplease could rtslib be demoted back to universe12:36
cjwatsonjamespage: done12:39
jamespagethanks cjwatson12:40
jamespagedoko, tomcat7 and jenkins both fixed fyi13:24
dokojamespage, already accepted =)13:24
jamespageso I see :-)13:25
dokoinfinity, did you look at the newlib ftbfs?13:29
jamespagedoko, that jenkins update fixes the other two jenkins-* ftbfs as well13:30
dokook, will give them back later13:30
jamespagedoko, ta13:31
dokojamespage, I did subscribe you for review of my ecj update13:33
jamespagedoko, lemme take a look13:33
dokoRiddell, ScottK: uploaded a hack for the qt-assistant-compat ftbfs. but if you want to track this down properly ...13:44
Riddellthanks doko13:44
dokoRiddell, should I accept it?13:44
Riddelldoko: tracked down pykde issue, patch added to pyqt by someone13:44
apwlooking to sync eventstat for QA use for power testing and the like, is unseeded14:00
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cyphermoxhi, could someone please review https://bugs.launchpad.net/autopilot-qt/+bug/1157697 ? we'd like to add a package to ship the new unit and integration tests being added to autopilot-qt, so that they can be reused14:39
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1157697 in autopilot-qt "[FFE] autopilot-qt lacks testing" [Critical,In progress]14:39
dobeycan i get anyone to look at the freeze request on bug #1151621 ?15:06
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1151621 in Ubuntu Software Center stable-5-6 "[UIFe] TypeError when opening edit menu" [Undecided,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/115162115:06
dobeyor i need to attach a debdiff?15:07
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Ursinhastgraber, infinity, hey guys, is our call now or in one hour or so?16:12
stgraberUrsinha: not sure, though I'm not supposed to be around today (day off) and will be leaving for the airport in a few minutes16:13
stgraberCan someone from ubuntu-release review bug 1166286?16:13
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1166286 in lxc (Ubuntu) "[FFe] LXC 0.9 final" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116628616:13
Ursinhastgraber, ah, safe travels :)16:14
stgraberI mentioned this when asking for the 0.9~rc1 FFe, final is now there and is ready for upload. If this gets approved in the next 45min I can even get this uploaded before I switch continent and become unreachable for a few days.16:14
infinityUrsinha: I think the later time is the right one, though it'll be cutting it close with a doctor's appointment I have, so I might end up skipping it too.16:18
infinitystgraber: Looks good to me, go for it.16:19
stgraberinfinity: thanks16:19
Ursinhainfinity, that's right, I talked to cjwatson already and pgraner won't be around as well, maybe there's no point having a call this week16:21
Ursinhaargh, sorry16:21
infinityMy Portuguese is a bit weak, I'm not sure what that means.16:22
infinitycjwatson  / slangasek: In light of pgraner getting remarried by Elvis, stgraber being on an airplane, and me being prodded by medical professionals, you may want to cancel the sync call.  Or have a friendly gathering of three people.  Your call.16:24
cjwatsonHeh, we just figured we'd cancel16:24
cjwatsonI'm mostly swearing at ghc today anyway16:25
cjwatsonAs well as a prototype that Steve asked me for, not release-relevant16:25
cjwatsoninfinity: Did you end up needing to brutalise publish-release any more at the end of last week?  I didn't see any patches16:26
infinitycjwatson: I mangled publish-image-set, didn't do anything to publish-release.16:27
infinitycjwatson: publish-release DOES fail in dry-run though.16:27
cjwatsonOh, yes, you said something about that16:27
infinitycjwatson: I just opted for not caring at the time, since it worked fine otherwise.16:28
infinitycjwatson: It tries to write out the html/htaccess bits even when dry.  Probably just needs the whole thing wrapped in a big "if: nu uh", unless you want some pretty "would be doing" output.16:28
cjwatsonYeah, that's easily fixed16:29
cjwatsonI've got a self.do wrapper method for that kind of thing16:29
cjwatsoninfinity: fixed, r123616:32
dokojamespage, https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rtslib/2.1.fb27.isreally.2.1-0ubuntu1/+build/447771117:41
dokoMissing build dependencies: python-simpleparse17:42
bdmurray .disk/info on a live cd still says Alpha fwiw17:50
jamespagedoko, it needs demoting to universe17:57
dokojamespage, ahh, was already in raring, but not -proposed18:14
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apwinfinity, as per our discussion i have uploaded a linux-lowlatency/linux-meta-lowlatency pair for raring19:58
apwthanks for keeping up queuebot :)20:01
dobeyshould i just upload something that's pending approval for UIFe in raring to proposed?20:34
dobeyapw: yay, maybe i can finally switch back to the lowlat kernel now :)20:34
antarusslangasek: is there actual documentation for these /usr/share/pam-configs and I'm jus missing it?20:46
antarushttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/PAMConfigFrameworkSpec is rather...sparse?20:47
slangasekantarus: that's the documentation, such as it is20:47
slangasekantarus: there's a need for better documentation in the package, which I haven't done yet.  What's your question?20:47
antarusso we have...I'll call them 'complicated' pam configurations20:48
antarusright now they are all puppet templates, and we just do everything 'wrong'20:48
antarusso auth-type is sort of like 'required vs optional' ?20:49
antarusand what is the difference between 'auth' and 'auth-initial' ?20:49
antarusjust some sort of ordering?20:49
antarusslangasek: I guess one more important question; this only affects common-* right?20:52
antarusslangasek: is there no way to specific a per-service pam offering?20:53
dobeydoko: sorry, yes a ui freeze exception: bug #115162120:54
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1151621 in Ubuntu Software Center stable-5-6 "[UIFe] TypeError when opening edit menu" [Undecided,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/115162120:54
slangasekantarus: 'auth' and 'auth-initial': some modules require different behavior depending on whether they're the first password-prompting module in the stack, or not20:54
slangasekantarus: 'required vs optional'> not exactly; per the wiki page, it's "Primary" == find any one that is okay, vs. "Additional" == run all without regard to success of other "Additional" modules20:54
slangasekantarus: so for instance, if you wanted to authenticate via Unix password OR kerberos OR fingerprint reader, these would all be "primary"; if you wanted to impose additional auth requirements serially, you would use "Additional"20:55
slangasekantarus: and yes, this is all only for common-* - per-service pam configs are out of scope20:55
antarusslangasek: great, thanks for the clarification20:56
infinitydoko: That's a pretty impressively large gdb update this late...21:37
dokoinfinity, sure, but what would it break?21:37
infinitygdb, presumably? :)21:37
dokothat we can fix21:37
dokobut it's unlikely to break anything else21:38
dokowell, maybe apport, but that will get disabled anyway for the release21:38
dokobut look at the test results yourself21:39
infinityI assume the retracers also use the gdb native to the release.21:39
infinityIs there a PPA build?21:39
* infinity looks in toolchain-r21:39
infinityAlright, I'll have a poke.21:40
infinityIf the only argument for this is aarch64, I'm not sure it's worth any risk, since you can just land it in three weeks in S instead.21:40
dokoohh, it's python3 too, any general goodness like dwarf421:41
cjwatsonLaney: Hmm, I found a bug in the GHC ARM linker, essentially in passing - could cause it to jump into space sometimes22:52
cjwatsonLaney: I'm not going to pretend I know it's http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/ticket/7316, and will file it separately, but it will be interesting to see if it turns out to cover that22:53
cjwatsonLaney: (there was a sign handling error in Thumb relocation)22:53
infinitycjwatson: Hrm.  Thumb-only?  That could explain the armel/armhf differences in some cases.23:25
cjwatsoninfinity: Indeed.23:25
cjwatsonThe ARM encoding of BL doesn't use a sign bit in the same way.23:26
cjwatson^- Could somebody review that apt-cacher-ng, which I sponsored?  Biggish customer waiting for it.23:26
cjwatson(And the previous state of acng appears to have sucked)23:26
cjwatsoninfinity: This isn't ARM's only problem, but I think I may have figured out ghci's woes as well; building a test package overnight to find out23:27
infinitycjwatson: Dude.  You're a machine.23:27
infinity(And I'll poke that acng when LP spits out a diff)23:27
cjwatsonThe other part of the patch looks like http://paste.ubuntu.com/5690839/, and similar though a bit modified for ghc-7.623:28
cjwatsonIf you were to deduce that this has been a metric pain to figure out you'd be right23:29
cjwatsonAnyway, with any luck tomorrow morning I'll be able to see if conduit now builds ...23:29
cjwatsonIf so then I just need to persuade GHC maintainers to apply patches and then it should be a few days from that to a completed transition, or good enough to remove the remaining blockers23:31
infinityI suspect convincing the Debian maintainers won't be hard. :P23:32
infinityThey take porting patches very nearly blindly.23:32
phillwcjwatson: please be gentle, I've just emailed you re: mini-iso / netboot.23:37
slangasekcjwatson: this acng patch is surprisingly large for what it purports to do?23:50
cjwatsonI looked at it myself a while back, it's quite hard to reduce23:51
slangasekwell, e.g.:23:51
slangasek+-      off_t m_nRangeFrom, m_nRangeTo;23:51
slangasek++      off_t m_nReqRangeFrom, m_nReqRangeTo;23:51
cjwatsonBut happy to go back to Chris to ask for further reductions if need be23:51
cjwatsonYeah, true, that could be reduced23:52
slangasekand the SetOption() API change also looks unrelated23:52
slangasekin fact, the only use of the new API discards the dupeCheck result23:53
cjwatsonThe reason I didn't go round myself was that the test cycle involves a bunch of laptops at a customer's site, so I was preferring the one that I knew to already have been tested23:54
cjwatson(The main symptom is racy)23:54
cjwatsonBut if you think it's too risky as it stands then that should take precedence23:55
slangasekwell, it's at least more time-consuming to review than it otter be23:55
slangasekI'll probably finish the review & accept, but ask arges to send cleaner patches next time23:56
* cjwatson -> bed, feel free to follow up with arges directly ...23:56

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