ScottKSo it's not my call if it gets on.00:00
TheLordOfTimeany kubuntu bug  handlers/devs able to answer a question regarding a bug from -bugs00:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1172059 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "kubuntu ubiquity encryption doesn't check password" [Undecided,New]00:00
TheLordOfTimequestion was whether that would be fixed by release.00:01
TheLordOfTime(in #ubuntu-bugs)00:01
NoskcajTheLordOfTime, i asked that in many channels so everyone knew about the bug00:01
TheLordOfTimeNoskcaj, then !crosspost00:01
ScottKNoskcaj: Please don't cross post like that.00:02
TheLordOfTime!crosspost > Noskcaj00:02
ubottuNoskcaj, please see my private message00:02
ScottKTheLordOfTime: "Maybe".00:02
TheLordOfTimeScottK, that's what I was going ot say, but I handle universe packages for bugs more, so... :P00:02
TheLordOfTimedidn't feel adequately experienced with the bug/package to answer :)00:02
* TheLordOfTime returns to poking php5-universe (a test package)00:02
* TheLordOfTime returns to poking php5-universe (a test package, in a PPA) *00:03
smartboyhwI think the ubiquity fix must get in before Thursday...00:04
ScottKWe can debate it once we have a fix.00:04
shadeslayerRiddell: what format is the .img file?00:21
shadeslayerext4? 00:21
shadeslayerbecause I can't mount it00:21
* ScottK can't replicate Noskcaj's bug so far.00:50
NoskcajScottK, e.g. type "hello" as the first encryption code, "potato" as the next. i will tell you they are not matching, but you will still be able to click next00:52
ScottKNoskcaj: Is this for full disk encryption or home directory encryption?00:53
Noskcajfull disk00:53
ScottKNo wonder I couldn't reproduce.00:53
ScottKI tried the wrong one.00:53
Noskcajballoons found the bug originally, didn't have time to report00:53
ScottKQuintasan: Did you get a chance to look at fixing the password check bug?04:01
kubotu::workspace-bugs:: [1171238] plasma-desktop randomely crashes - but only on 64 bit. @ https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1171238 (by Søren Holm)04:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1171238 in kde-workspace (Ubuntu) "plasma-desktop randomely crashes - but only on 64 bit." [Undecided,Confirmed]04:10
ScottKIf it's only on 64 bit, that's not entirely random, is it.04:22
ScottKapachelogger: I tested an installation in French and it worked out very nicely.05:22
ScottKRiddell: AFAIK,  bug 1172059 is the only hot item (that and more testing).  I'm off to bed.05:27
ubottubug 1172059 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Raring) "kubuntu ubiquity encryption doesn't check password" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/117205905:27
Riddellgood morning happy testers09:07
tazzhey Riddell, how's life? :)09:08
Riddellpure dead radge09:08
Riddelltazz: able to help the image testing today for release tomorrow?09:09
tazzRiddell, I could try after I get home from work. Point is I don't know when I'll get home. :D Woes of working for a startup.09:10
Riddellany time you can is good09:10
* tazz regularly feels guilty about not being able to contribute enough to kde/kubuntu.09:11
sadandblueRiddell: Is testing in virtualbox or something similar helpful? 09:12
Noskcajsadandblue, Yep09:12
sadandblueNoskcaj: Cool-thanks, will have a look in a bit09:13
Noskcajsadandblue, if you run out of testing, try and work on bug 1172059. it's a rather big one09:13
ubottubug 1172059 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Raring) "kubuntu ubiquity encryption doesn't check password" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/117205909:13
smartboyhwNoskcaj: I think Quintasan is working on that bug.09:14
Noskcajsmartboyhw, oh yeah, i think he said something about that09:14
xnoxNoskcaj: Quintasan: I have a patch for above ^ http://paste.ubuntu.com/5597866/ testing to see if that works.09:17
sadandblueAh, the bug I reported yesterday happens when you cancel the Create Partition dialogue and open it again09:20
Noskcajsadandblue, ???09:21
xnoxnah. not enough.09:21
Noskcajxnox, :(09:21
sadandblueNoskcaj: Just testing it again now, my bug report was a bit crappy so going to add more details - but if you go to partition manually, then click cancel and go to partition again, the Use as drop down has duplicates for each file system type.09:23
xnoxOk testing this patch now: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5597880/09:24
Noskcajsadandblue, interesting, link me when you're done and add a screenshot. i had a similar thing earlier this cycle09:24
sadandblueNoskcaj: Thanks, will do09:25
Noskcajxnox, please work, please work, please work.09:26
smartboyhwNoskcaj: Don't repeat:P09:28
sadandblueNoskcaj: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/117198909:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1171989 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Duplicate filesystem types" [Undecided,New]09:34
Noskcajsadandblue, i'll confirm it and add it to the iso tracker09:38
xnoxThis seems to work for bug 117259 http://paste.ubuntu.com/5597907/09:47
ubottubug 117259 in Rhythmbox "[gutsy] visualization screen crashing rb (Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe)" [Critical,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/11725909:47
xnoxThis seems to work for bug 1172059 http://paste.ubuntu.com/5597907/09:47
ubottubug 1172059 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Raring) "kubuntu ubiquity encryption doesn't check password" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/117205909:47
xnoxthat is.09:47
* Noskcaj does happy dance09:49
Riddellcor, you rock xnox 09:53
Riddellbut now we have to decide about respinning09:53
Riddellxnox: any other ubiquity upload needs that you know of?09:53
xnoxRiddell: not at the moment but we are debating other encryption bugs.09:55
xnoxRiddell: let me merge propose the ubiquity fix, first.09:55
xnoxRiddell: and then release team will decide.09:55
smartboyhw_Riddell: Any time for fix of https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/1171989 too!09:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1171989 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Duplicate filesystem types" [Undecided,Confirmed]09:56
smartboyhw_xnox: ^09:56
xnoxRiddell: you should join #ubuntu-installer tbh.09:57
sadandblueNoskcaj: maybe something like http://paste.ubuntu.com/5597947/ would fix it, but I don't know python really.10:09
Noskcaji know very little python either, but that should work. can someone test it10:12
Noskcajalso, #ubuntu-installer might be a better place to discuss it10:12
Noskcaji just double checked, the bug is kubuntu only10:16
sadandblueNoskcaj: Ah cool10:19
kubotu::workspace-bugs:: [982889] X trying to start before plymouth has finished using the drm driver @ https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/982889 (by Tomas Vanderka)10:33
ubottuLaunchpad bug 982889 in OEM Priority Project precise "X trying to start before plymouth has finished using the drm driver" [High,In progress]10:33
apacheloggerScottK: yay11:07
smartboyhw_apachelogger: Oh?11:08
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Riddellug, I try to test the upgrade and now do-release-upgrade doesn't think there is one :(11:15
vista_killerhow can i upgrade to 13.04?11:17
shadeslayerRiddell: hah, that's fun11:17
Riddellvista_killer: what are you running?11:17
vista_killerthe previous version11:17
Riddellvista_killer: put this into /etc/hosts changelogs.ubuntu.com11:18
shadeslayerRiddell: does the upgrader use IP's ? :O11:18
shadeslayerhardcoded IP's11:18
Riddelland run  kdesudo "do-release-upgrade -m desktop -f DistUpgradeViewKDE -d"11:19
Riddellshadeslayer: it checks changelogs.ubuntu.com for new releases11:19
smartboyhw_Riddell: :O11:19
vista_killerand after i have to remove this ip?11:19
shadeslayeruh, then why the IP?11:19
Riddellwhere it means muon or the muon-updater kded module11:19
Riddellshadeslayer: cos that makes it read from my server which I put a copy of meta-release with raring marked as released11:20
Riddellonly way to test the whole thing11:20
shadeslayerI see11:20
Riddellnobody does it except me as noted by the breakage in muon I'm testing now11:20
shadeslayerall the meta-release stuff seems like magic to me11:20
shadeslayerI can only test upgrades from do-release-upgrade using the command line installer 11:21
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vista_killerbecause i remember that in previous versions i have to run 'update-manager -c -d' and iot works11:21
smartboyhw_shadeslayer: That's a fail:P11:21
vista_killernow this is not working11:22
RiddellMamarok: what's informant.kde.org ?11:23
MamarokRiddell: why do you ask?11:24
shadeslayerseems like build.kde.org ?11:25
Mamarokah, now I understand why, that is apparently the server for the ZNC bouncer, at least I guess so11:26
shadeslayerah heh :P11:26
RiddellMamarok: cos I'm nosey :)11:27
RiddellZNC? some irc proxy thing?11:27
Mamarokan IRC bouncer, yes11:28
Riddellwhy the hell does `kdesudo "do-release-upgrade -m desktop -f DistUpgradeViewKDE"` work fine to upgrade but `do-release-upgrade -m desktop -f DistUpgradeViewKDE` doesn't?!11:37
Riddellkdesudo should hardly make a difference to whether it thinks there is an upgrade to be done or not11:37
smartboyhw_Riddell: I thought you MUST have sudo to run do-release-upgrade11:39
ScottKBTW, the new installer looks very nice.11:50
Riddellyes, good stuff from agateau and sheytan11:50
smartboyhw_ScottK: :)11:50
Riddellxnox: where's the ubiquity slideshow you wanted to have screenshots of it at?11:51
smartboyhw_A problem: ScottK is a Kubuntu Council member while ScottL is Ubuntu Studio's ex-project lead. I may get that wrong...11:51
smartboyhw_I mean when typing in IRC mobile11:52
Riddelljust remember our Scott comes first, alphabetically, chronologically and awesomeically11:52
smartboyhw_Riddell: That's true:P11:53
ScottKRiddell: I should be able to retest i386 today if we respin.11:53
Riddellmuon has a wee python script that checks for if version upgrades are there called releasechecker.  if I run `python3 releasechecker` it says no, if I run `sudo python3 releasechecker` it says yes11:54
Riddellwhat the hell?11:54
ScottKsmartboyhw_: I was here first.11:54
smartboyhw_ScottK: Yeah:P11:54
smartboyhw_Riddell: I really think do-release-upgrade needs sudo11:55
yofelit does11:55
Riddellnot to just check for the existance of an upgrade surely?11:56
Riddellit worked fine in muon yesterday11:56
Riddelland it hasn't been changed in JontheEchidna's patch11:56
Riddellsigh, anyone else on quantal able to test?11:57
ScottKBut it'll be a few minutes11:58
sadandblueRiddell: I can test in a vm if you'd like, will take a bit to download the quantal iso though11:59
Riddellsadandblue: would be good thanks12:00
sadandblueRiddell: Oki-will go dl the iso12:03
yofelRiddell: do I need your IP setting to test that?12:05
Riddellyofel: yep12:05
Riddellbut I think I got it12:05
Riddellit's cached in /home/jr/.cache/update-manager-core/meta-release12:05
Riddelldamn that's sneaky12:05
yofelwhy would it cache that o.O12:06
RiddellI found the cache in /var/lib/update-manager/ and thought that was my problem12:07
Riddellbut there's a second cache hidden away12:07
Riddellwhat a mystery12:07
Riddelland wouldn't that affect everyone doing the upgrade for real?12:07
ScottKRiddell: Works for me either way.12:08
RiddellScottK: using muon-updater?12:08
Riddelloh just the command line12:08
ScottKYes.  Just the command line.12:08
Riddellxnox: are you into update-manager? any idea why it caches the meta-release file and wouldn't that affect the notification when the time comes?12:24
shadeslayerRiddell: I suspect cjwatson knows12:25
xnoxRiddell: can you please ask on #ubuntu-release about that instead.12:25
Riddell13:28 < cjwatson> It catches up eventually, and it's good to spread out the load a bit12:30
Riddelloh well12:30
Riddellkded(4969): The kded module name ' "muon-notifier" ' is invalid! 12:33
Riddellsigh, another issue12:33
xnoxRiddell: most of release team are not on this channel, and it's important 12:34
Riddellxnox: the cache issue I think colin's answer is good enough, now I'm moving on to muon stuff12:34
ScottKRiddell: Is that a raring issue or a quantal issue?12:35
RiddellScottK: which?12:36
ScottKThe kded naming12:36
RiddellScottK: that's quantal, testing the SRU, but it seems to have just fixed itself12:36
Riddellmaybe more caching, caches are so annoying to testers :)12:36
ScottKI'm doing the same.12:36
ScottKI've got the "A new version of Kubuntu" prompt.  Any reason I shouldn't dive in and upgrade (i.e. you think we need to fix it harder)?12:37
ScottKRiddell: ^^^12:38
sadandblueWeird, virtualbox seems to hang firefox 0.o12:39
RiddellScottK: that's a good thing, go ahead and upgrade12:39
RiddellJontheEchidna: no fix for raring?12:45
ScottKRiddell: Worked here.  Upgrade in progress.  If you can verify it works for you (in the bug please), I'll waive the 7 day wait and push it to updates.12:46
RiddellScottK: done12:46
ScottKRiddell and JontheEchidna: muon update released for quantal.12:48
RiddellScottK: I think I'll upload the same patch to raring, that'll only bite us next release if we miss it12:48
RiddellScottK: yay, thanks!12:48
ScottKRiddell: Definitely, but let's leave it in queue until after release.12:49
ScottKActually, we can just unblock it, no reason not to let it build.12:49
ScottKerr ... not unblock ...12:49
sadandblueRiddell: Do you still need the upgrade testing? The 12.10 iso finally finished downloading12:49
ScottKMore is better.12:50
ScottKsadandblue: There's an upgrade (image) test case that no one has done.12:50
Riddellsadandblue: yes please12:50
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sadandblueScottK, Riddell: Is it assumed that people will update from an up to date system?12:59
BluesKajHey all13:00
Riddellsadandblue: well it won't work if they don't but we will have to make that clear in the upgrade instructions13:00
sadandblueScottK, Riddell: Cool thanks-I tried without updating and do-release-upgrade threw an exception, so I'll update and then do it13:02
smartboyhwWhat did I miss!13:16
sadandblueHmm "Error: "/var/tmp/kdecache-richard" is owned by uid 1000 instead of uid 0." is that harmless?13:22
yofelyou're running something as sudo and it's complaining that the cache folder isn't owned by root13:27
yofelusing kdesudo should fix that13:27
sadandblueyofel: Hmm I ran the command through kdesudo - testing an upgrade13:29
yofelhm. ignore it then, it shouldn't break anything13:30
sadandblueyofel: Okay shall do13:30
sadandblueRiddell: I tested the AMD64 upgrade from 12.10-worked fine aside from the uid thing I mentioned earler.13:47
smartboyhwsadandblue: Report your result!13:50
sadandbluesmartboyhw: Oki shall do13:51
Riddellsadandblue: yep add it to iso.qa.ubuntu.com thanks13:58
ScottKSeems I survived the upgrade.13:59
Riddellyou should get a tshirt that says that13:59
smartboyhwRiddell: LOL14:01
sadandblueRiddell, smartboyhw: dumb question - I can't see the upgrade testcases, am I looking in the wrong spot?14:03
Riddellsadandblue: http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/ -> final -> control-f upgrade14:04
Riddellshould get them14:04
sadandblueRiddell: Ah thanks, I'd used the filter thing and set it to just kubuntu ><14:06
Riddellsadandblue, ScottK: I find the plasma theme is a bit broken after upgrade, yet another cache foo I guess, do you see the same?14:06
ScottKNo.  Looks nice.14:06
sadandblueRiddell: Nope, it looked fine for me.14:08
Riddellhmm, must be my bad luck cache day14:08
smartboyhwRiddell: You have too many caches:P14:08
Riddellthe downfall of many an economy14:09
Riddellbut as I say you're welcome to get this Hong Kong gold I have cached away in my school attic any time :)14:09
smartboyhwRiddell: :O14:10
ScottKProbably not the best joke to make on a channel that's publicly logged in perpetuity.14:11
smartboyhwScottK: +114:12
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* Riddell out for a couple of hours18:13
sadandblueWow, going back to c++ after a huge gap seems weird:/18:18
ScottKCan someone test this upgrade: http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/269/builds/42840/testcases/1498/results18:36
sadandblueScottK: I should be able to in a bit-will need to download the iso for 12.10 first though18:44
ScottKsadandblue: Excellent.  Thanks.18:45
superflybtw, does anyone have any clues as to why plasma-desktop is crashing often? I've removed all my plasma configuration, and it still crashes18:47
ScottKI upgraded this morning and it hasn't crashed yet.18:49
ScottKYour best bet is to get a backtrace and file a bug on bugs.kde.org.18:49
superflyScottK: been crashing for the last 2 months on both my home pc and work pc18:49
superflystarted when I upgraded to 13.0418:50
superflyOK, I'll do that next time18:50
ahoneybunsuperfly: You'll need the packages to do that18:50
superflyahoneybun: the debug packages?18:51
ahoneybunthe symbols18:51
superflyyeah, I figured so (done it before)18:52
superflyI don't see a plasma-desktop-dbg package though... will look for some others18:52
ahoneybunoh ok18:53
ahoneybunHey Riddell18:53
ScottKsuperfly: kde-workspace-dbg or so.18:53
superflythanks ScottK18:54
superflynow watch it go without a crash for the rest of tonight -_-18:59
yofelScottK: we cannot test the (image) upgrades, unless someone wrote the support for ubiquity's "upgrade" feature19:06
ScottKSo the test case isn't applicable for us?19:07
yofel    'Installation type' screen is displayed19:08
yofelSelect the 'Upgrade ubuntu (or derivative name)' option 19:08
yofelwe don't have that19:08
shadeslayeradb is up on the Nexus 1019:10
shadeslayerwith the ubuntu rootfs19:10
ScottKyofel: Thanks.19:10
ScottKsadandblue: Nevermind.  That one isn't applicable for Kubuntu.19:10
ScottKyofel: Would you put something on trello about that for 13.10.19:11
yofelcan do19:11
sadandblueScottK: Oh - okay:)19:16
yofelwe should've removed the test case for that, but I guess everyone forgot about it19:18
ahoneybunshadeslayer: you got it working?19:18
shadeslayerkind of19:18
shadeslayeradb is up19:19
ahoneybunshadeslayer: progress is progress ;)19:19
shadeslayerLinux localhost.localdomain 3.4.5-gb44fbc0 #20 SMP PREEMPT Thu Apr 25 00:32:07 IST 2013 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux19:19
shadeslayeryeah :)19:19
ahoneybunnice man19:19
superflyyay! crash!19:19
shadeslayerunfortunately, can't use sudo19:19
shadeslayerso worthless19:19
ahoneybunshadeslayer: can't install packages then19:19
shadeslayeryeah :(19:20
ahoneybunshadeslayer: well still nice work19:20
ahoneybunshadeslayer: is there a android-tools package somewhere? so I can set it up to install the Kubuntu image on my Nexus 719:21
shadeslayernot quite, there's various android tools that you can install19:22
shadeslayerbut you have to flash manually19:22
ahoneybunI know but the ubuntu-nexus7-installer is downloading the images again19:23
shadeslayeryeah, that won't work19:24
shadeslayerthat's for ubuntu-touch19:24
Quintasanshadeslayer: Can't you chroot into it , install sudo or modify the config?19:24
ahoneybunwhy is it in the wiki19:24
shadeslayerQuintasan: that's what I'm doing, it uses the uid 200019:25
shadeslayerso need to somehow give that uid sudo priviliges19:25
Quintasanthere is no username associated with 2000?19:25
Quintasanor add privledges to a group19:25
Quintasan%sudo   ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL19:26
ScottKQuintasan: What could go wrong?19:26
QuintasanScottK: Everything!19:26
QuintasanIf you have a better idea then share it with us :P19:27
shadeslayeractually, hah : %sudo   ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL19:27
shadeslayerthat's in /etc/sudoers19:27
Quintasanis that user in sudo group?19:27
Quintasanor is that user in any group?19:28
shadeslayerbut the uid 2000 is not in the sudo group19:28
shadeslayerI'm waiting for lilstevie to reply as to what they did19:28
shadeslayerbecause in his image it just worked19:28
Quintasanwaiting for solution? boring19:29
Quintasanshadeslayer: try adding  "2000 ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL"19:29
QuintasanMaybe you can refer to users by their ids19:29
ahoneybunshadeslayer: right now I have the userdata being flashed19:29
shadeslayerworth a try19:29
shadeslayerahoneybun: cool :)19:30
shadeslayerQuintasan: logs indicate X is started19:30
shadeslayerQuintasan: but I have nothing on the screen19:30
shadeslayerQuintasan: nope  sudo: unknown uid 2000: who are you?19:30
ahoneybunshadeslayer: heres hoping, so I just installed the android-tools-adb and android-tools-fastboot packages and I had the commands work anywhere19:31
ahoneybunnow I'm waiting on the 717 MBs to be sent lol, so this will boot into Plasma Active and not Unity?19:31
shadeslayerdepends on what you're flashing, if you used the GUI tools it'll most likely flash Unity19:32
Quintasanshadeslayer: ALL   ALL=(ALL) ALL19:32
QuintasanThat's not safe at all19:32
Quintasanbut who cares19:32
ahoneybunI got the image from the Kubuntu images that Riddell gave me19:33
shadeslayerahoneybun: Riddell would be a better person to ask19:34
shadeslayerI have no idea about the N719:34
ahoneybunsite says Kubuntu-Active so yes19:34
ahoneybunI know I just like to talk lol19:34
* genii-around makes more coffee and continues tinkering in Gimp19:35
shadeslayerQuintasan: doesn't work :P19:37
ahoneybungenii-around: I see the Kubuntu page on G+ is using my banner19:44
QuintasanHOW IT DOES NOT WORK19:48
genii-aroundahoneybun: It's good work :)19:49
Quintasanshadeslayer: try ALL ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL19:50
shadeslayerin a bit19:50
shadeslayerdebugging why X doesn't start19:50
genii-aroundahoneybun: My latest attempt  http://imagebin.org/25524019:51
genii-aroundshadeslayer: Put on the sunglasses first19:51
Quintasangenii-around: I wanted to say you have a very nice clock19:51
Quintasan[01:05:49] -*- genii-around 's clock tells him it's beer o' clock19:52
* shadeslayer clicks and immediately goes blind19:52
QuintasanThis be a great hour19:52
genii-aroundQuintasan: I like the logo in the tail like that like the lemur is hanging from it :)19:55
genii-aroundAlthough, yes, it does sort of look like one of those 1960s clocks a bit...19:55
shadeslayerQuintasan: sudo: unknown uid 2000: who are you?20:16
shadeslayerI've had enough of this for tday20:16
Quintasanshadeslayer: http://zupa.quintasan.pl/post/308308312/Image20:19
shadeslayerI'm completely lost on why X doesn't start though20:21
Riddellstill no images?21:17
ScottKwaiting for stuff to get published.21:21
RiddellScottK: oh? what's still needed?21:21
Riddellug, oversized http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/kubuntu-active/daily-live/20130424/22:37
ScottKMake the limit bigger.22:59
ScottKWho has a 1GB stick anyway.22:59
* ScottK went and bought one recently and the smallest he could find was either 4 or 8.22:59
genii-aroundMeh. I have a box of the 1G sticks that I usually put images on and hand out at the release party.23:10
ScottKProbably not Kubuntu Active images.23:12
genii-aroundTrue, just the regular.23:13
ScottKRiddell: I'll be back in a few hours.23:15
=== ScottK changed the topic of #kubuntu-devel to: Kubuntu - Friendly Computing | Upgrade QA : http://kubuntu-qa.dyndns.org/ | https://trello.com/kubuntu | https://notes.kde.org/p/kubuntu-ninjas | Please test Kubuntu 13.04 RCs in http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/269/builds
Riddell!testers | final ISO candidates!23:22
ubottufinal ISO candidates!: Help is needed in #kubuntu-devel. Please ping Riddell, yofel, soee, Tm_T, shadeslayer, BluesKaj, James147, smartboyhw, Quintasan, lordievader for information.23:22
Riddellhi __dan__ 23:26
__dan__hi Riddell23:26
RiddellPlease test Kubuntu 13.04 RCs in http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/269/builds23:26
Riddellall help appreciated23:27
Riddellreal machine or virtual23:27
__dan__awesome :)23:27
Riddellupgrade too23:27
Riddellhi smartboyhw, able to help testing?23:29
__dan__just reading about the muon upgrade bug, checking my version hehe23:31
smartboyhwRiddell: I am giving up this time. I have a damning Chinese History test tmr:(23:32

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