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dtchenblarg. Would an archive admin please reject gtkgl2 from precise*?01:36
infinitydtchen: Sure.01:41
infinitydtchen: Also, thanks for all the FTBFS fixes lately.01:42
dtcheninfinity: danke :)01:44
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Davieystgraber: Can you confirm who said bug 1057358 wasn't urgent?07:38
ubot2Launchpad bug 1057358 in isc-dhcp (Ubuntu Precise) "dhcpd in isc-dhcp-server-ldap cannot read /etc/ldap/ldap.conf due to missing entry in apparmor profile" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/105735807:38
stgraberDaviey: stokachu at last week's foundations team meeting07:39
Davieystgraber: ok, thanks07:40
stgraber15:09 < stgraber> stokachu: isc-dhcp, what's the priority on that? Currently it's on bug to-bundle-with-next-SRU list, should it be bumped to fine-to-upload-on-its-own?07:41
stgraber15:10 < stokachu> stgraber: nah just as long as its on your radar07:41
stgraber15:10 < stgraber> ok, definitely still on my radar. (I go through all netstack bugs weekly)07:41
stgraber15:10 < stokachu> stgraber: cool, thats good enough for me, thanks07:41
stgraberso as it wasn't urgent, my plan was to look at it post-release and post-client-sprint (so 2nd to 3rd week of May)07:42
Davieystgraber: I didn't doubt you.  I just wanted to be sure when asked, i had an answer :)07:42
Davieystgraber: I do think bug 1069570 requires more careful consideration.  It is the only way that has been determined so far, that avoids multiple IP leases being issued.  There can be upto 3 leases issued for each boot, which quickly exhausts pools.07:43
ubot2Launchpad bug 1069570 in MAAS "1 MAC Address, two IPs - DNS is "out of sync" with DHCP leases databases, I think..." [Critical,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106957007:43
seb128stgraber, if you want others to stay away from things that you have on your list you should comment on the bug saying you will handle uploads and unsubscribe sponsors07:43
Daviey(MAAS isn't specifically relevant for that bug)07:44
Davieyseb128: he did this :)07:44
stgraberseb128: I know, I thought I did but when checking this morning I noticed I hadn't (fixed now).07:44
seb128Daviey, well, I think I sponsored the debdiffs on that bug once and when I did he hadn't done that07:45
Davieyah.  He has now.. Which promoted me for more info :)07:45
seb128should be all good now ;-)07:46
stgraberseb128: yeah, I think you sponsored the first one which was broken. At the time the bug wasn't even on my radar, so I didn't actually mind someone sponsoring the fix, just nobody testing it pre-upload (not your job, but the submitter should have) ;)07:46
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seb128right; well I sanity check what I sponsor but I didn't catch, from the diff, that the series was sorted in a special way there07:47
stgraberseb128: I'd have thought that after one broken upload the sponsors or SRU team member would at least look at the bug history and notice that re-uploading the same thing wasn't going to work any better ;)07:48
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stgraberseb128: yeah, I don't blame you, I blame the submitter for that one. However I certainly blame whoever re-uploaded the exact same thing and I'm very surprised the SRU team didn't see it when they went through the bug report...07:48
stgraberI mean, it's fairly easy to see in the diff:07:49
stgraber #ldap backend for dhcp server (docs and code)07:49
stgraber #these get reverted during the build, so put non-ldap07:49
stgraber #patches earlier07:49
stgraberanyway, I hope that my last comment will keep everyone away from this bug for the time being until someone bumps the priority high enough that I have to take care of it immediately or until I prepare the next batch of isc-dhcp SRUs07:50
seb128should be fine ;-)07:50
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jamespageplease could the horizon update for raring be accepted; this fixes from problems that early adopters are seeing with compressed assets08:12
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cjwatsonLaney: I think I'm going to have to do http://paste.ubuntu.com/5697878/ to unblock conduit et al; any objections?09:25
LaneyYeah I suppose having YES there is a bit of a lie isn't it?09:26
LaneyMake completely sure that the ABI hashes don't change ...09:26
cjwatsonLaney: In particular doctest looks at whether it says YES or NO09:27
cjwatsonIf it's NO it'll automatically skip doctests09:27
cjwatsonLaney: Damn, I was hoping to avoid an N-hour test build09:27
cjwatsonOr do you mean on i386?09:27
Laneyany arch09:28
cjwatsonIt wouldn't surprise me if the libghc-ghc-dev hash justifiably changed as a result of disabling ghci09:28
cjwatsonBut its rdep chain is fairly short09:28
LaneyRight; I mean base or similar09:28
ogra_cjwatson, do you plan a livecd-rrotfs upload today ?09:29
cjwatsonogra_: no09:29
ogra_do you mind if i do one ?09:29
cjwatsonogra_: not at all09:29
ogra_good :)09:30
cjwatsonLaney: OK, guess I'd better get started on test builds then09:30
LaneyIME if it changes on one arch it'll change on all of them, so just do it on your local machine and debdiff the binary you get09:30
LaneyI'm less worries about ghc-dev changing on arm as that's expected and dealable-with09:31
cjwatsonMm, I can see the possibility for a single-arch configuration change of this nature to change the base hash, so worth a full build on arm I Think09:31
cjwatsonhopefully it'll be a bit quicker without ghci09:32
Laneyyou could build it in canonical-arm-dev and then copy over if it's alright09:32
cjwatsonI guess, but I might want to debug locally - might as well just go ahead with a local build I think09:33
xnox\o/ thanks09:34
xnoxwikimedia foundation should be happy =)09:34
stgraberI just requested the sync of ltt-control from Debian for bug 116335809:48
ubot2Launchpad bug 1163358 in ltt-control (Ubuntu) "[FFe] Sync ltt-control and remove lttng-tools to fix broken lttng in 13.04" [Undecided,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116335809:48
stgraberthis is showing up as source New because the source in Ubuntu was named lttng-tools. The packaging is 90% identical (some missing transitional package in Ubuntu) and I've done basic testing on it.09:49
stgraberit'd be appreciated if an AA could therefore let this one through, binNEW any of the new debs then remove lttng-tools (the source) from the archive09:49
Laneydidrocks is an archive admin who was interested in it ;-)09:49
Laney(revenge ping :P)09:50
didrocksbut but but… :p09:50
didrocksok, what I wouldn't do for PS in the end… :p09:50
stgraberah good point, didrocks^ (it's been +1ed by the release team, so it's an AA thing now ;))09:50
didrocks(mean Laney ;))09:50
stgraberdidrocks: I can paste you the packaging diff between lttng-tools and ltt-control if you want, but besides that, I don't think it's worth a full review as it's essentially a source rename (from the right name to a wrong name, but well, that's how Debian likes it apparently ;))09:51
didrocksstgraber: oh, that would be lovely! Yeah, I'll just double check the transition09:51
didrocksso a diff will avoid me having to deal with it :)09:52
stgraberat least the binaries use the same name, it's just adding a bunch of transitional packages that will be of no use to us09:52
didrockssounds good, i'll just do a quick sanity check with the diff, just in case ;)09:52
stgraberdidrocks: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5697941/ (that's the diff for debian/ from our current source to the debian source)09:53
didrocksstgraber: thanks!09:53
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didrocksstgraber: looking good, acking ;)09:58
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cjwatsonLaney: you dropped a modification from BenC in haskell-hint to build on any architecture - was that intentional?10:05
Laneycjwatson: I can't remember but I suspect not - could go to Debian in any event10:08
cjwatsonOK, I'll have a look at that10:09
LaneyI think it was from before the ghc-ghci days10:09
cjwatsonah, so it should just build-dep on ghc-ghci and leave it at that?10:12
cjwatson... which indeed is what Ben's patch does, roughly.  OK10:13
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GunnarHjcjwatson: Hi Colin, can you ask someone to test https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openssh/1:5.9p1-5ubuntu1.1 for the openssh SRU at bug 952185? Guess you can't just refer to the gdm comment this time. ;-)12:49
ubot2Launchpad bug 952185 in gdm (Ubuntu Precise) "~/.pam_environment not parsed by default" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/95218512:49
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cjwatsonGunnarHj: mm, I can probably manage to test it but it'll have to involve a VM13:10
GunnarHjcjwatson: Ok, good. It's the last thing at that bug report. :)13:14
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ochosihm, could any of you help out a poor xubuntu developer get a tiny bugfix sponsored upload for raring? (doing it out of pity is totally fine by me ;))14:00
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jbichastgraber: um, how do we handle bug 1162478? other distros have been shipping it for a while and I really think we should have it for raring14:01
ubot2Launchpad bug 1162478 in libnss-myhostname (Ubuntu) "[FFe] [MIR] libnss-myhostname" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116247814:01
seb128jbicha, hey14:03
jbichaI apologize for not filing a ffe because it felt like just a bugfix to me14:03
seb128jbicha, stgraber: I've a revert ready, let me know what you conclude so I know if I should upload14:03
stgraberjbicha: as I've said in the bug, I don't think adding a new NSS plugin that close to release is a good idea. I'm not saying we'll reject that for 13.10 (and it won't really be our call anyway as it's already in main), but for 13.04, I'd prefer we live without it14:04
stgraberslangasek: not sure if you're awake already, if you are, this sounds like the kind of things you'd be interested in ^14:05
jbichastgraber: the Release Team does have power to reject features but I think it would be good to come to a decision before having us revert (in case we just end up adding it back tomorrow)14:06
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stgraberjbicha: as far as I'm concerned, this is a "not for 13.04" kind of thing. If you turn it back on in 13.10 it should be fine, provided nobody finds it to break things badly (which it unfortunately has the potential to do)14:07
jbichaok, could I get a second release team member to weigh in on libnss-myhostname?14:15
seb128jbicha, stgraber pinged slangasek, but it's still a bit early for him14:16
seb128so let's wait a bit14:16
cjwatsoncould somebody have a quick look at haskell-word8 and haskell-project-template in NEW?  they're fairly trivial syncs needed to unblock builds14:49
cjwatsonLaney: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5698672/ - look sane to you?14:51
cjwatson(drops ghc-ghci, changes libghc-ghc-dev ABI hash, drops a bunch of associated files)14:52
cjwatsons'pose I should check that conduit can now build, otherwise it's a pointless exercise14:53
seb128cjwatson, looking14:54
seb128I had a moment of "should it be a r-t member looking at those/approving"14:54
seb128sorry ;-)14:55
seb128looking in any case14:55
cjwatsonwell, I think at this point it's fairly obvious that we're committed to finishing the ghc transition14:56
cjwatsonfrom an r-t point of view14:56
Laneycjwatson: Looks sane. I didn't know what the .o files were but checking with a Debian binary built without ghci showed that they weren't there either15:02
seb128cjwatson, ^15:03
cjwatsonseb128: thanks15:03
slangasekseb128, jbicha, stgraber: I'm not keen on libnss-myhostname as a technology, period; I consider it an unnecessary moving part when /etc/hosts already points the hostname at
seb128slangasek, "the hostname"?15:22
seb128slangasek, what should be updating /etc/hosts when the hostname changes?15:22
seb128slangasek, oh, and good morning ;-)15:23
slangasekseb128: whatever tool updates the hostname should update /etc/hosts as well15:23
slangaseklibnss-myhostname is a bandaid15:23
seb128basically you are saying "lennart should merge libnss-myhostname in systemd"15:24
seb128it's hostnamed from systemd-services that allows changing the hostname15:24
slangasekseb128: well, I think updating the hostname should also update /etc/hosts according to the distro policy, yes :)15:35
slangasekseb128: didn't lennart write libnss-myhostname anyway?  Not sure it matters whether it's in systemd ;)15:36
seb128slangasek, k, in any case I guess you second the FFe nack for raring ;-)15:36
seb128jbicha, ^15:36
slangasekseb128: followed up15:41
seb128slangasek, thanks15:41
dokoall the GCC 4.7.3 packages in unapproved15:42
stokachustgraber: why did they remove isc-dhcp 4.1.ESV-R4-0ubuntu5.715:59
stokachustgraber: i thought we just bump the rev and move on16:00
cjwatson"SRU abandoned (verification-failed)"16:00
cjwatsonwe bump the rev and move on *if somebody actually gets round to uploading that and it gets reviewed*16:00
cjwatsonremoving is the fallback option16:01
stokachui fixed both with this https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/maas/+bug/1069570/comments/4216:02
ubot2Launchpad bug 1069570 in MAAS "1 MAC Address, two IPs - DNS is "out of sync" with DHCP leases databases, I think..." [Critical,Triaged]16:02
stokachubut doesn't matter it was declined anyway16:02
stgraberstokachu: my understanding from the tester is that it was yet again the wrong debdiff which was uploaded for the ldap isc-dhcp bug, so we removed it again and this time I left a clear comment that I'm going to take care of it16:05
stokachuyea that was after i did those changes16:06
stgraberstokachu: for 1069570, I see why people want it, but I still very much don't like the idea of adding a new config option to a released version of the package, especially as another package will then be SRUed to migrate user to use said option16:07
stgraberconsidering the option isn't upstream and it's only landed in Ubuntu pretty recently, I'm not terribly confident we won't get another breakage as a result16:08
stgraber(there's also the issue the config options in ISC are numbered and that every option we had makes it even more painful to rebase, though I've already had to accept that fact when I accepted the patch in raring...)16:08
stokachuyou'll probably be getting a lot of pushback on this16:08
stgraberI'm also still not sure that there wasn't another way to deal with the problem and that could be used as a workaround for the SRU16:10
stgraberisc-dhcp can do pattern matching on fields, so someone could very easily pattern match iPXE and set a 30s lease for those16:10
stgraberwhich avoids the problem of pool exhaustion that Daviey described in the bug16:10
dokocjwatson, what effect does have disabling the ghc interpreter?16:14
cjwatsondoko: it will cause haskell-doctest to not try to run doctests, which allows building at least haskell-conduit, haskell-attoparsec-conduit, haskell-wai16:15
cjwatson(as far as I've tested so far)16:15
cjwatsonI've spent several days trying to get the interpreter to actually work, and while I've made progress, it's incomplete and I don't know how much longer it would take16:15
cjwatsonso I think it's better not to advertise that the interpreter works16:16
bdmurrayunity-chrome-extension can be removed from quantal-proposed due to lack of verification16:16
cjwatsonwe'll have to rebuild about 6 packages with the new ghc, but that's perfectly manageable16:16
cjwatsonand with any luck the only remaining bits of the transition after that will be removing a handful of packages16:18
* cjwatson looks forward to regaining his sanity16:19
bdmurraydisregard my comment about unity-chrome-extension16:59
bdmurrayhowever, I'm working on a change to sru-report to identify bugs tagged removal-candidate.  Are there any suggestions for a color or something to identify them?17:00
seb128whoever rejected totem, please accept both next time of the changes doesn't use -v17:00
seb128or is there any issue to accept 2 versions?17:00
barryi think mvo may have beating me to apt for raring18:25
rtg_slangasek, can you approve the raring kernel packages ? linux, linux-meta, and linux-signed.19:34
slangasekrtg_: ah, today must be kernel freeze :-)19:34
rtg_everything from now on is subject to SRU19:35
slangasekcan linux-signed be accepted in parallel, or does it need to wait for linux to publish first?19:37
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rtg_slangasek, I think you can do them all at the same time19:37
slangasekrtg_: I'll hold you to that :)19:37
rtg_slangasek, guess we'll find out.19:38
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bdmurrayslangasek: https://code.launchpad.net/~brian-murray/ubuntu-archive-tools/gray-removals/+merge/15850222:19

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