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slangasek[TOPIC] Lightning round15:01
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slangasek$ echo $(shuf -e barry doko stgraber jodh ev bdmurray slangasek cjwatson xnox stokachu)15:02
slangasekbarry doko ev slangasek xnox stgraber jodh bdmurray stokachu cjwatson15:02
barryimage based updates: better logging; consistency in nomenclature between wiki and code.  LP: #1191150.  LP: #1192586.  Fixing checksum checking.  weekly meeting.15:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1191150 in Ubuntu system image "Save the.tar.xz and tar.xz.asc keyring files" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119115015:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1192586 in Ubuntu system image "Add the current build number to the User-Agent" [Low,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119258615:03
barrypython bug 16499 (-I "isolation mode")15:03
ubottubug 8727 in linux-source-2.6.15 (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #16499 [ACPI] Can't connect network with 3Com 3c556B" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/872715:03
barryflufl.bounce 2.2.1-115:03
barryobjectives; patch pilot; random bits of system administration; being evil w/my new debian beta capsule15:03
slangasekdoko's on holiday15:05
slangasek... "debian beta capsule"?15:05
evah right15:05
ev- Lots of planning our way out of the Cassandra ENOSPC hell with the webops15:06
ev  team:15:06
ev  https://wiki.canonical.com/InformationInfrastructure/OSA/Projects/InProgress/UE/CassandraSpace15:06
ev  - Simplified: we're moving to Cassandra on Prodstack and Ceph, fast.15:06
ev  - We're going to keep under 1TB per node, which should help us quite15:06
ev    significantly with compactions, enabling compression, general performance,15:06
ev    and dealing with losing a node.15:06
ev  - The existing DC cluster will become the testbed for compression and15:06
ev    Cassandra 1.2.5, then will get absorbed into Prodstack.15:06
ev  - We'll build a secondary cluster on Prodstack, in prep for having a hot15:06
ev    standby, further experimentation, and Hadoop.15:06
ev- Increasing our metrics via statsd and graphite significantly in preparation15:06
ev  for the Ceph move, so we can get a deep understanding of the performance15:06
ev  penalty. Also moving away from Cassandra for storing metrics as a matter of15:06
ev  consistency.15:06
ev  - Added a path to graphite on the retracers.15:06
barryslangasek: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultraman15:06
* barry is probably dating himself ;)15:06
evI've been catching up on Cassandra SF and Cassandra NYC '13 videos in my free time, making thorough notes in the hope I can point people at the better talks15:06
evalready proving helpful in discussions with James and Tom though15:07
slangasek * discovering plymouth is somewhat on the floor on i386 (bug #1187318) and spending an inordinate amount of time trying to debug this15:08
ubottubug 1187318 in plymouth (Ubuntu) "Splash skips text when asking for LUKS password" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/118731815:08
slangasek * ongoing work on supporting repartitioning of android devices at bootstrap time15:08
slangasek  * N7 has been given lower priority, so I no longer have to deal with the madness of the completely non-standard GPT on there15:08
slangasek  * instead, focused on worrying about getting parted support into the recovery image so we can use it15:08
slangasek * objectives-wrangling15:08
xnox* Upstart:15:09
xnox - code review and merges for 1.9 release15:09
xnox - discussions about plumbers upstart talk15:09
xnox - upstart in debian, raising discussion about init scripts15:09
xnox development + ongoing job forwarding / replying to maintainers'15:09
xnox questions.15:09
xnox* android-cross-toolchain:15:09
xnox - gcc4.8 built android images do not boot, whilst other compilations15:09
xnox are ok (e.g. busybox binary works). Identified15:09
xnox http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=57221 in progress to15:09
ubottugcc.gnu.org bug 57221 in libgcc "[4.8/4.9 regression] libgcc symbol visibility changes break Android blobs" [Normal,Unconfirmed]15:09
xnox recompile and try toolchain with patch from above bug.15:09
xnox* miscellanious:15:09
xnox - fixed fallout from ubiquity moving from gksudo to pkexec.15:09
xnox bug #1193526 . Turns out pkexec, doesn't exec much on lxde/xfce.15:09
ubottubug 1193526 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Clicking "Install Xubuntu 13.10" in live session doesn't work." [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119352615:09
xnox - synchronising packages & forwarding my ubuntu patches to debian.15:09
xnox - merged e2fsprogs, uploaded hyphen-ru & oo.o-hyphenation to fix15:09
xnox bug #118725015:09
ubottubug 1187250 in openoffice.org-hyphenation (Ubuntu) "package hyphen-ru (not installed) failed to install/upgrade: trying to overwrite '/usr/share/hyphen/hyph_ru_RU.dic', which is also in package openoffice.org-hyphenation 0.6" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/118725015:09
jodh* misc:15:10
jodh  - On holiday until Thursday 20th.15:10
jodh  - Working on Debconf and Plumbers presentations.15:10
jodh* Upstart:15:10
jodh  - Fixed and merged lp:~jamesodhunt/upstart/bug-118864215:10
jodh  - Merged lp:~jamesodhunt/upstart/bug-115989515:10
jodh  - Merged lp:~jamesodhunt/upstart/libupstart.15:10
jodh  - Worked on lp:~jamesodhunt/upstart/allow-multiple-cmdline-confdirs15:10
jodh    with xnox.15:10
jodh  - Release prep for Upstart 1.9 with xnox.15:10
jodhstgraber: oops - sorry! :)15:10
stgraberjodh: hey, that was my turn ;)15:10
* bdmurray will wait15:10
stgraberBlueprint-related work:15:10
stgraber - Image based updates (BLUEPRINT: foundations-1305-image-based-updates)15:10
stgraber  - Implemented some more tools (trigger the mirrors, generate keyring signatures, switched to sha256, ...)15:10
stgraber  - Pushed a few test images to the production server15:10
stgraber  - Opened RT to get the production GPG keys setup, should happen this week15:10
stgraber  - Had a couple of meetings on the subject15:11
stgraber  - Clarified some details in the specs15:11
stgraberOther work:15:11
stgraber - Ubuntu touch15:11
stgraber  - Updated my test code for loop-mount images to work on nexus4 and nexus715:11
stgraber  - Some more discussions on partitioning and containers15:11
stgraber  - Looked into cherry-picking pidns and mntns patches into the 3.4 kernel used on mako (to get lxc-attach working), seems trickier than expected but will spend some more time on it today.15:11
stgraber  - Discussed udev vs ueventd15:11
stgraber - LXC15:11
stgraber  - Prototyped a minimal dbus service for LXC15:11
stgraber  - Discussed integration of upstream LXC with OpenStack15:11
stgraber  - Usual code reviews15:11
stgraber - Release15:11
stgraber  - Alpha-1 release engineering work15:11
stgraber  - Landed a couple of fixes and tweaks to the QATracker for the self-service rebuild feature15:11
stgraber  - Landed the first version of the self-service rebuild tool on nusakan, running every 5 minutes15:11
stgraber - Other15:11
stgraber  - Fixed openvpn component mismatch15:11
stgraber  - Did SRU validation of an ubiquity bug15:11
stgraber 15:11
stgraber - TODAY: Try to cherry-pick pidns+mntns support into our mako kernel (needs a few changes to the code to strip userns references)15:11
stgraber - TODAY: Objectives15:11
stgraber - THIS WEEK: Switch to production GPG keys15:12
stgraber - THIS WEEK: Write a tool to convert Android system.img into .tar.xz format (similar to what we have for the rootfs)15:12
stgraber - THIS WEEK: Integrate the system-image module with cdimage to publish updates to the daily channel as they appear15:12
stgraber - Write some tools for manual actions on system-image (manage channels, manage keyrings, manually publish updates, ...)15:12
stgraber - Process some pending merges (ifupdown and resolvconf)15:12
stgraber 15:12
bdmurraycode reviews for evan15:12
bdmurrayreported errors bug 1193022 regarding NotFound exception15:12
bdmurrayworked around LP: #1186215 by adding laney to list of cached teams15:12
bdmurraymodified phased-updater to account for something already set to 015:12
bdmurraymodified phased-updater email code to keep track of package versions15:12
bdmurraymodified phased-updater to use a tmpfile during html report writing15:12
ubottubug 1193022 in Errors "tastypie not returning NotFound exception error message" [Medium,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119302215:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1186215 in Daisy "Timed out while loading subscriptions for most-common-problems" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/118621515:12
bdmurraymodified phased updater to control sending email via a switch15:12
bdmurraymodified phased-updater to have a switch for displaying full updates15:12
bdmurraymerge proposal for phased-updater code15:12
bdmurrayresolution of issue with date updated in arsenal team assigned report15:12
bdmurrayreadded update-notifier watching for avahi disabled for non upstart user sessions15:12
bdmurrayworked on making package hooks part of update-notifier be an upstart user job15:12
slangasekxnox: so I noticed you said the toolchain won't be uploaded to the archive until next month... are you hedging?  What are the chances it'll still be uploaded this week?15:13
* Laney giggles15:13
bdmurraytested bug 1181424 regarding dist-upgrades and rsyslog15:13
bdmurraytested bug 1062688 regarding apport (seems edubuntu specific)15:13
bdmurraytriage of bug 1187250, 119334615:13
bdmurraySRU verification of bug 119233215:13
ubottubug 1181424 in rsyslog (Ubuntu) "cannot upgrade i386 raring to saucy" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/118142415:13
ubottubug 1062688 in apport (Ubuntu) "cannot submit bugs through ubuntu-bug program in live session when localized" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106268815:13
evthanks for looking into those, bdmurray15:13
ubottubug 1187250 in openoffice.org-hyphenation (Ubuntu) "package hyphen-ru (not installed) failed to install/upgrade: trying to overwrite '/usr/share/hyphen/hyph_ru_RU.dic', which is also in package openoffice.org-hyphenation 0.6" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/118725015:13
ubottubug 1193346 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "oem config shortcut not present in oem installations" [High,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119334615:13
ubottubug 1192332 in update-manager (Ubuntu Raring) "SRU of change to phased updater percentage calculation to consider source not binary packages" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119233215:13
bdmurrayubuntu-classroom session regarding good bug reports15:13
bdmurrayirc discussion with security team regarding bug 1094777 and copying the package to security15:13
ubottubug 1094777 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu) "Can't use c-n-r-gtk to initiate Quantal -> Raring update" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/109477715:13
bdmurray⌁ done ⌁15:13
stokachuNeed nomination approval for bug 1062265, Need Sponsorship for python-boto in the precise unapproved queue, Would like to get status update from cyphermox or others wrt bug 1004775, Need Upload/Sponsorship for bug 118752415:13
ubottuError: Launchpad bug 1062265 could not be found15:13
ubottubug 1004775 in network-manager (Ubuntu Precise) "NetworkManager restarts dnsmasq and adds host route on every IPv6 route lookup" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100477515:13
ubottubug 1187524 in wpasupplicant (Ubuntu Precise) "Frequent disconnects under certain network conditions" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/118752415:13
cjwatsonthere's no nomination on bug 1062265, private bug15:14
stokachuyea copied the wrong one15:14
cjwatsonno, that doesn't have any noms either ...15:14
stokachubug 106814515:14
ubottubug 1068145 in puppet (Ubuntu Precise) "Fix for CVE-2012-3867 (puppet) is too restrictive - TLS certificates now break" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106814515:14
stokachuthere we go15:14
cyphermoxstokachu: I uploaded a NM to precise queue for 100477515:15
cyphermox(last week)15:15
cjwatsonapproved those nominations15:15
xnoxslangasek: if it compiles something that can be executed and doesn't segfault, if can be uploaded this week. working on making that to happen. Not sure what hedging means.... gardening term?!15:15
stokachucjwatson: thanks15:15
stokachucyphermox: was that to address comment 23 in that bug?15:15
cyphermoxstokachu: yes15:16
stokachu(sorry i havent looked at the upload changelog)15:16
stokachucyphermox: awesome thanks a bunch!15:16
slangasekxnox: hedging a bet, so that you don't lose everything if you bet wrong :)15:16
slangaseknothing related to shrubberies with a nice two-level effect15:16
stokachuoh and if anyone is friends with debian ftpmasters to please have them approve sosreport :D15:16
cjwatsoncommunity-s-autopkgtesting: Spent a fair bit of time on support, and chasing down strange migration failures.  Almost there now.  There's still a problem with failures getting lost, I think, although it seems to be on jibel's side.15:17
cjwatsonfoundations-1305-click-package: Finalised click-package 0.1 format; uploaded to saucy.  Discussed QtCreator integration with bzoltan.15:17
cjwatsonfoundations-r-phased-updates: Implemented "set phased update percentage on copy" API in LP.  Awaiting review (https://code.launchpad.net/~cjwatson/launchpad/copy-set-phase/+merge/170775).15:17
cjwatsonfoundations-1305-arm64-bringup: Trying to resurrect my autobuilder again.  Having trouble with Canonistack not doing what it's told.  Again.15:17
cjwatsonFixed https://launchpad.net/builders occasionally returning Forbidden (https://code.launchpad.net/~cjwatson/launchpad/builders-visibility/+merge/170818, https://code.launchpad.net/~cjwatson/launchpad/testfix-builders-visibility/+merge/170941).15:17
cjwatsonAdded another small LP API export required to allow managing chroots over the API (https://code.launchpad.net/~cjwatson/launchpad/das-removechroot-api/+merge/171125) and wrote a manage-chroot client tool for ubuntu-archive-tools.15:17
cjwatsonMerges/syncs: mlocate, nginx, pacemaker, openhpi, patchutils, syslinux, java3d, collectd, sqlite3, haskell-hoogle, git-annex, raincat, haskell98-report, haskell-readline, libgdchart-gd2, hocr, findutils, console-tools, man-db, manpages-zh, libgd-gd2-perl, pytables, libgd-gd2-noxpm-perl, automake1.11, php-horde-whups, php-horde-wicked, crystalspace, polybori15:17
cjwatsonFixed software-properties autopkgtest.  I think.  Took several tries.15:17
slangasekstokachu: 1062265 appears to be the private bug; is there a corresponding public bug filed against the package for this?15:18
slangasekah, 119490115:18
cjwatsonno, 1068145, you're behind :)15:18
stokachuslangasek: cjwatson got it15:18
xnoxslangasek: not intentionally.15:19
stokachuslangasek: cyphermox uploaded a new network-manager for bug 100477515:19
ubottubug 1004775 in network-manager (Ubuntu Precise) "NetworkManager restarts dnsmasq and adds host route on every IPv6 route lookup" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100477515:19
slangasekxnox: well, I would say yes you're hedging, which is fine ;)  Just wanted to understand where things were and if you were still hoping to make progress this week15:21
slangasekstokachu: ack - will try to help get that SRU queue down this week (since I didn't last week, meh)15:21
slangasekany further discussion over statuses?15:22
stokachucyphermox: bug 1187524 is that on your list to upload soon?15:22
ubottubug 1187524 in wpasupplicant (Ubuntu Precise) "Frequent disconnects under certain network conditions" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/118752415:22
stokachuslangasek: awesome, thanks man15:22
cyphermoxstokachu: also in the queue: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/142753746/wpasupplicant_0.7.3-6ubuntu2.2_source.changes15:22
stokachucyphermox: awesome, thanks again15:23
slangasek[TOPIC] system image updates15:24
=== meetingology changed the topic of #ubuntu-meeting to: system image updates
slangasekok, so we discussed last week having topics for deeper discussion15:24
slangasekI picked an easy one to start us off... stgraber and barry have plenty to tell us about system image updates :)15:24
slangasekremember, this isn't a lecture... ask questions!15:24
* slangasek cedes the floor15:24
barrydoes anybody not know what system image updates is generally about?15:25
slangasekbarry: maybe drop a blueprint / spec link, just in case?15:25
barrysure, sec...15:25
barrystgraber: do you want to start? :)15:26
stgraberSo basically we're working on the update mechanism for touch devices. Those won't use the good old apt+dpkg combo but instead have that done in the DC and delta images pushed out to the users.15:27
stgraberthe infrastructure is split into 3 main pieces, the server, the client and the upgrader15:28
stgraberbarry is in charge of the client, ondra is in charge of the upgrader and recovery environment and I'm doing the server side of things15:28
stgraberWhat that means is that at least initially touch devices won't touch archive.ubuntu.com, instead they'll get full system updates from system-image.ubuntu.com and apps from the click package repository15:29
slangasekdo you guys have an estimate of how much download savings this would give us today?15:29
stgraberprobably not much as in the end we grab the same content, though in .tar.xz form so maybe slightly more compressed than some of our current packages and we'll skip some paths in the near future15:31
barrytwo things to consider, overall download size and number of connections.  certainly on the latter, it's vastly reduced (but not entirely trivial due to having to grab multiple data files and signature files)15:31
* slangasek nods15:31
stokachustupid question but will this be limited to wifi only?15:32
slangasekbut a big benefit is increased reliability, and a less disruptive cadence of applying the updates15:32
stgraberthe main advantage is on the install time/CPU side of things as we install those in the DC and then push a delta of the installed system, we don't need to run any maintainer script and so should be much faster at actually applying changes15:32
slangasekstokachu: I think that'll be configurable15:32
stgraberthe other main advantage is that we know exactly what's on every devices as they're all identical15:32
barrystokachu: so, there's also this related thing called the download service15:32
stgraberthis should make testing much much easier15:32
stokachuah ok15:33
stgraberthe downside however is that we required a reboot to apply updates as we're doing that from the recovery environment15:33
barrymainly it's being developed for apps, but we think it won't be too hard to adapt it to image updates too.  it'll be a generic dbus service that interfaces w/ui and settings, and downloads files for us.  it will support wifi-only, suspend/resume, etc.15:33
barryfor now at least mandel is developing the download service15:34
stokachuits this a totally separate build infrastructure?15:35
stgraberat this point we have a working command line client thanks to barry, we have a mostly working server and have some test images of the updated recovery environment15:35
=== cprofitt_ is now known as cprofitt
xnoxQUESTION: in a flipped model what will be recovery environment? something akin android recovery or ubuntu's own recovery?15:35
stgraberI have hope of having all three pushed to test images by early next week so we can test the whole thing15:35
stgraberxnox: currently it's based on CWM, so Android15:35
stgraberit's not out of the question to switch to an Ubuntu based initrd for recovery, but we'd then have to port the Google tools to it (to allow for rollback to Android)15:36
slangasekstokachu: the image updates are built in much the same way as the install images; they'll be constructed from packages in the archive15:36
stokachuslangasek: gotcha15:36
stgraberso for now it seemed easier to hack the existing environment to include the tools we need (tar, xz and gpg)15:36
slangasekstgraber, barry: what's the overall plan for dealing with packages that have maintainer scripts that need to be run at upgrade time?15:38
stgraberslangasek: we haven't looked into that specifically, however we have a "bootme" flag we can set which forces a reboot after applying the update, so in such case, we'd need to have something trigger at boot, run the action and write a stamp file15:39
stgraberas far as I know, we haven't run into any of those yet as the number of files and directories I'm marking as persistent is very limited (basically just log files and NetworkManager config/state)15:40
stgraberbut I expect we'll see some of that in the future15:40
slangasekI think you'll want to look at this sooner rather than later, as maintainer scripts can find themselves needing to do random things on the filesystem at any time :)15:40
slangasekand for the rest of the team, note this means that if you're adding things to maintainer scripts in the base system, you might want to flag those to stgraber + barry for consideration on how to handle in the image update case15:40
stgraberI expect we'll have a list of all persistent paths published somewhere once we've done the flip to read-only rootfs15:41
cjwatsonSome kind of written guidance on which kinds of things matter would be good, yes15:41
cjwatsonSince we'll have to keep up with Debian changes too, perhaps\15:41
barrythese probably won't have any impact on the client, but will have a bigger impact on the recovery/updater15:41
slangasekbarry: true15:41
stgraberafter that, we'll need to be told of any maintainer script afecting some of those15:41
* slangasek nods15:42
xnox... and dpkg triggers15:43
xnox(to a lesser extend than interesting upgrade scripts)15:43
slangasekso I think this is going to need to be automated somewhere along the line... probably by something that examines the before/after while generating the update tarball15:43
stgrabernow, something I didn't mention here yet, is that we have two types of updates we support, delta and full. Most users will be using delta images to get from where they are to the latest version. Full images are there for initial installation and for cases where we can't resolve a path using deltas (or where such a path would be larger than a full).15:43
slangasekand can give us a report of what needs to be handled15:44
xnoxstgraber: interesting thought can't the cdimage builder take old image & upgrade it, instead of building afresh? thus executing maintainer scripts, at least to compare to a fresh build one to detect anomalies.15:45
barrythe client looks at all possible paths from where you are to the latest version, then applies a configurable heuristic to the candidates to choose a winning upgrade path15:45
stgraberxnox: it could but I don't see what that'd give us. We're interested in maintainer scripts that change files that aren't in the base image, so analyzing changes to the base image won't help us there.15:46
xnoxi see. ack.15:46
barrycandidate selection does not take into account the bootme flag, but downloading/reboot does, so it's possible that a phone may need to do multiple such calculations to get to the latest version15:46
stgraberoh, one more thing worth mentioning, we plan on letting developers move to "developer mode"15:49
stgraberdoing so will grab any required files we removed from the base image (such as /var/lib/dpkg /var/lib/apt), then write a stamp file letting the initrd know that / should be read-write15:49
stgraberfrom that point on, you can do whatever you want on the rootfs but won't be able to use barry's tool anymore (until you flash a new full image and remove the stamp file)15:50
barryLP: #119257715:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1192577 in Ubuntu system image "Support for switching to apt-get mode" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/119257715:50
slangasekand then somewhere down the line, having some magic that let us install packages with apt-get *without* having to be in "developer mode" would be rather nice, for convergence15:51
slangasekbut that's not a problem to solve for this cycle :)15:51
stgraberright, I have a work item to look into that for 14.04 but it's tricky :)15:52
stgraberif any of you want to test loop-mounted read-only saucy flipped image on your nexus4 or nexus7, you can use: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5801861/15:52
stgraberit needs a bunch of tools to be installed: abootimg, android-tools-adb, android-tools-fastboot and android-tools-fsutils15:53
slangasekand I understand flipped images are becoming the default this week some time15:54
stgraberit'll basically grab the current saucy rootfs and the current android for your device, patch those to work with loop-mount+read-only then generate a boot image and a system.img file to be uploaded to the data partition15:54
stgraberjust boot your device into recovery mode before you run the script and it'll do everything for you15:55
stgraberslangasek: yeah, and hopefully flipped+read-only a bit after that15:55
stgraberany questions? (4min left to the meeting)15:56
slangasekstgraber, barry: very exciting stuff, thanks for giving us a glimpse into your progress15:56
stokachuwhen can i start playing candy crush :)15:57
* stokachu hides15:57
slangasek[TOPIC] AOB15:58
=== meetingology changed the topic of #ubuntu-meeting to: AOB
slangasekok - anything else we should cover today?  (sorry, I should probably have asked for this /before/ going deep on system images)15:58
slangasekthanks to everyone who updated their work item status today15:59
slangasekand if you haven't already done so, please do :)15:59
cjwatsonWhen Canonistack stops hating me I should be able to finish off my last couple15:59
slangasekhttp://status.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-s/canonical-foundations-ubuntu-13.06.html is still looking a bit unrealistic vs. the trendline... though better than yesterday16:00
cjwatsonWe should get the trendlines updated to reflect a realistic start point, mind16:00
slangasekthat too :)16:01
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slangasekthanks, everyone!16:02
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