smartboyhwScottK, when can you approve the in-queue raring SRU for ibus-cangjie for me?03:36
smartboyhwSeason of KDE... Any ideas as to how to join?03:51
valoriedo you have a project in mind?03:55
valorieand a willing mentor?03:56
valoriewe're not quite ready for students to sign up, but the announcement will be published Any Time Now03:56
smartboyhwvalorie, the problem is no and no. (I don't know who really wants to be a mentor of me)03:56
valoriethink about a project that will take you between one and two months03:57
valorieand we'll try to find you a mentor if you can't find one03:57
smartboyhwBTW, someone add the new SSH key from my Launchpad profile to the KDE sftp plz (yes, again)03:58
valorieit can be programming, but it doesn't have to be03:58
smartboyhwAnd is anybody doing Calligra 2.7.1 ?03:59
smartboyhwvalorie, I will not try a programming project..04:02
smartboyhwMy programming is crap04:02
smartboyhwvalorie, yeah....04:03
valorieso what do you like to do?04:04
valorieI think packaging is not on the list of possible projects04:05
smartboyhwvalorie, I know :P04:05
smartboyhwProbably doc04:05
smartboyhwSounds like the only thing I can do (non-dev wise)04:06
smartboyhwtranslations takes me 3 months:P04:06
smartboyhwAnd my art is ****04:06
valorieis there anything you like (an application, an area) that lacks good documentation?04:07
valoriethat's how I got involved in the first place: user docs for Amarok04:07
smartboyhwLet me see...04:08
smartboyhwvalorie, I don't know, really. 04:10
valorieyou might ask on the KDE docs list04:11
valorieI'd suggest the IRC channel, but there is little discussion there04:12
smartboyhwvalorie, is there any list of previous projects for SoK 2012?04:12
valorieoddly enough, the mail list is: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-doc-english04:12
smartboyhwvalorie, oddly?04:13
valorieI think it's odd that the main list is called KDE-Doc-English04:14
smartboyhwvalorie, eh hum GSoC != SoK !?04:14
valorieI guess googling in general is the only way to get a list04:16
valoriehowever, there are lots of reports04:16
valorieit's true that in general SoK projects are smaller than GSoK04:17
smartboyhwvalorie, oh reports, where're they?04:17
valorieI mean GSoC04:17
valorieI googled for "projects for SoK 2012"04:18
valorieand got quite a few individual, different hits04:18
smartboyhwvalorie, email sent to the KDE Doc list04:21
smartboyhwvalorie, ooh04:29
smartboyhwMoreover, as Kubuntu was mentioned, can you look into Muon and document its usage if you find this appropriate.04:29
smartboyhwIn a reply email04:29
smartboyhwHmm, probably Muon then (LOL)04:29
valorieif you find a mentor, which.... seems like a slam-dunk04:30
smartboyhwvalorie, which... ?04:31
valoriethe creator of muon04:32
valoriethat sounds like a win win win for everyone04:32
smartboyhwvalorie, yeah yeah :P04:38
valorieincluding you: tshirt, certificate, etc.04:41
smartboyhwvalorie, and experience, that's more important la;P04:45
valorieof course04:45
smartboyhwSo, wait for jontheechidna to come online then:P04:45
valorieor drop him an email04:45
smartboyhwvalorie, if I can't see him when I sleep I will drop an email04:46
smartboyhwvalorie, got it04:48
smartboyhwHey JontheEchidna 05:19
smartboyhwRead http://paste.ubuntu.com/5935253/ :)05:20
smartboyhwkubotu: newversion calligra 2.7.105:23
JontheEchidnasmartboyhw: I was actually just about to go to bed, but I think that would be a good project.05:25
smartboyhwJontheEchidna, :)05:25
smartboyhwSo, you are willing to be mentor right?05:25
smartboyhwThank you JontheEchidna and valorie :)05:26
JontheEchidnaYou're welcome05:27
JontheEchidnaAnyway, I'm off to bed.05:27
smartboyhwGood night JontheEchidna :)05:28
smartboyhws******** I can't access my blog....05:57
shadeslayer!info libgles2-mesa-dev-lts-raring06:00
ubottuPackage libgles2-mesa-dev-lts-raring does not exist in raring06:00
shadeslayer!info libgles2-mesa-dev-lts-raring precise06:00
ubottulibgles2-mesa-dev-lts-raring (source: mesa-lts-raring): free implementation of the OpenGL|ES 2.x API -- development files. In component main, is optional. Version 9.1.4-0ubuntu0.1~precise1 (precise), package size 24 kB, installed size 287 kB (Only available for amd64; i386)06:00
shadeslayersmartboyhw: did you use the same password as in ubuntuforums?06:00
smartboyhwshadeslayer, uh hum, I can still access it yesterday06:00
smartboyhwshadeslayer, look at smartboyhw.tk/wordpress_smartboyhw06:00
smartboyhwI can't even get to it06:01
smartboyhwMemory full~!??06:01
shadeslayerseems to have OOM'd06:01
shadeslayersmartboyhw: can you reboot the server06:01
smartboyhwshadeslayer, how?06:01
smartboyhwActually I discovered that one of my web host server is down for maintenance sigh06:02
shadeslayerhow would I know06:02
shadeslayermy VPS provides a reset button06:02
shadeslayervia the control panel thingy06:03
smartboyhwshadeslayer, no. Can't find reset...06:03
smartboyhwYeah, my server is down06:04
smartboyhwDue to maintenance06:04
valorienot even a nice "fixing, hang on" page06:05
shadeslayeryofel: I think I might have to recompile Qt against the new HWE stack to fix the kde-workspace FTBFS in precise06:06
shadeslayeryofel: http://paste.kde.org/p27df6da3/06:07
shadeslayerwhich probably makes sense tbh06:07
smartboyhwvalorie, they do have a notice, IIRC:P06:08
smartboyhwServer #10 is under the maintenance06:08
smartboyhwWe are currently performing a maintenance on the Server #10. It is estimated that this maintenance should be completed within 2-3 hours.06:08
smartboyhwPlease do not submit and tickets about this issue and do not increase our work load as we are fully dedicated in resolving this server problem. We thank you for your patience and understanding.06:08
shadeslayerthe most my VPS was down was for 6 hours06:09
shadeslayerwhen they were moving from SF to Las Vegas06:09
shadeslayer( yeah my server is hosted in Las Vegas, sin city \o/ )06:09
soeegood morning06:14
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jussiRiddell: you about yet?=  06:39
* shadeslayer tackles jussi for not putting more pictures of Elodi on G+06:42
jussishadeslayer: cripes... how many dfo you want? :P06:43
shadeslayerI haven't seen any recent ones on G+ I think06:43
shadeslayerpossibly the algorithm is broken, because I see loads of star wars and stuff06:44
shadeslayerjussi: also, there can never be enough :P06:45
Tm_Tshadeslayer: there's reason I don't have star wars stuff in my circles on G+06:45
shadeslayerTm_T: yeah, I think I'll have to remove that community06:46
shadeslayerit's overwhelming my feed06:46
Tm_Talso it's mostly junk /:06:46
shadeslayertrue ^^06:46
shadeslayernot to metnion, overly sexist06:47
Tm_Tshadeslayer: as in, there' way more sane ways to follow SW06:47
shadeslayerI see06:47
shadeslayeragateau: are you around?06:49
smartboyhwCan anyone provide patch to https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/amarok/2:2.7.90-0ubuntu1 plz?06:49
smartboyhwFor the you know qreal thing06:49
* shadeslayer looks06:49
shadeslayer  (found suitable version "4.8.4", minimum required is "4.8.2")06:50
shadeslayerwhat o_o06:50
smartboyhwWhat happened to opengl now?06:50
smartboyhwI mean, is it updated now?06:50
shadeslayerthere is no opengl on arm afaik06:50
shadeslayerthere's only GLES06:50
smartboyhwshadeslayer, ah yeah06:51
smartboyhwSo, either we move it to -release, or it will be forever stuck:P06:51
smartboyhwWe had this discussion before I left for UK06:52
shadeslayerScottK: ^^ plz be forcing amarok06:52
smartboyhwAnd it is still here after I came back>>>>>>>06:52
ScottKsmartboyhw: I can remove the arm binary, but forcing it causes more problems than it solves.06:52
smartboyhwScottK, oh. Rm ARM binary then06:53
smartboyhwWHO DIDN"T UPDATE THE -l10n for 2.7.0!??!?!?06:58
ScottKSomeone go make sure it's not seeded on arm now.07:00
smartboyhwI nominate yofel or shadeslayer 07:00
smartboyhwOr Riddell 07:02
smartboyhwOuch, or rather: Why is calligra-l10n 2.7.0 stuck in proposed!/07:04
smartboyhwScottK, can you unfreeze the calligra-l10n 2.7.0 stuck in proposed?07:04
* ScottK looks to see why it's there.07:05
smartboyhwScottK, and also (personal favor) approve ibus-cangjie in raring SRU queue.07:06
smartboyhwSorry for making you doing a lot of things:P07:06
ScottKNot today.  It's 3AM here.07:06
smartboyhwScottK, OK. 07:07
ScottKsmartboyhw: I think the issue is that it's blocked on language-pack-kde-en due to calligra-l10n-engb being dropped.  Than lang pack needs to be fixed to not need that.07:09
smartboyhwScottK, oh oh07:09
ScottKYou need Riddell or apachelogger for that kind of thing, I think.07:09
smartboyhwOK, apachelogger Riddell ^^07:09
smartboyhwScottK, wait. If I upload a 2.7.1 ver of calligra-l10n without calligra-l10n-engb and without language-pack-kde-en as build-dep07:10
smartboyhwwill it get through?07:10
smartboyhwOr you mean that language-pack-kde-en is killed?07:12
smartboyhwOr you mean that language-pack-kde-en depends on calligra-l10n-engb?07:13
* smartboyhw thinks the third07:13
smartboyhwOK I got it07:16
* smartboyhw roars at the packages07:16
smartboyhwCan somebody kindly fix that?07:16
lordievaderGood morning.07:30
agateaushadeslayer: I am there now07:32
shadeslayerah hi07:32
shadeslayeragateau: is this all I need to do to setup codereviews in Qt https://qt-project.org/wiki/Setting-up-Gerrit07:33
shadeslayerand should I be using a branch for my commits and push that to gerrit?07:33
agateaushadeslayer: yes, this page is enough07:34
shadeslayeragateau: ack, and is there some sort of agreement that I have to sign?07:35
agateauone question at a time :)07:35
agateaushadeslayer: using branches is a good idea if you start multiple changes07:35
shadeslayerright :)07:35
agateauespecially since it can take some back and forth before it is merged07:35
agateaubut the trick is you don't push your branch to a branch named the same on gerrit07:36
agateauyou push using "refs/for/$foo", where $foo is the name of the branch you want to get your patch in07:36
agateauso if you created a branch to add a new feature for the "dev" branch, you would push using "git push gerrit HEAD:refs/for/dev"07:37
agateauthis will give you an url for your change in the output of your push07:37
agateauwhenever you change the fix, you update your commit (you don't create a new commit) and push again to the same refs/for/$foo07:38
shadeslayeruhm, isn't for/dev a common branch for everyone?07:38
shadeslayerand won't that conflict and what not? or does gerrit just post the diff from the current dev and adds a patch to reviewboard07:38
agateau"dev" is a common branch, "refs/for/dev" is gerrit magic to make it create a request, as I understand it07:39
smartboyhwvalorie, http://season.kde.org/?q=program_home&prg=807:40
valorieyep, we're not quite ready07:40
valoriesoon, soon07:40
agateaushadeslayer: regarding agreement: yes you need to agree to qt cla. this can be done online.07:40
smartboyhwI clicked on "Apply to mentor" (I thought it was apply for student) DAMN07:41
smartboyhwvalorie, plz get that off:P07:41
agateaushadeslayer: assuming you have an account on gerrit already, there is a page in your gerrit profile to do so07:41
agateaushadeslayer: it does not take long07:41
shadeslayeryep, was just looking at that07:41
valorieI'll see if I can, smartboyhw07:46
smartboyhwvalorie, Your mentorship application has been declined and you cannot participate in this program does that mean I now can't even participate as student?07:48
valorieIt means you tried to apply too early07:48
smartboyhwvalorie, phew07:48
valorieI'm sure we'll pull the reset button before launching07:49
valorieI reported what happened just now, just in case07:49
valoriegood to know that the email function is working07:49
yofelsmartboyhw: rebuilding qt probably makes sense, but this is really apt-get's dependency resolver being crap in precise, aptitude resolves that fine08:04
yofeler, shadeslayer ^08:04
yofelI did manage to reproduce that with pbuilder-satisfydepends-classic, but didn't have time to do anything more than that08:05
Riddelljussi: you pinged?08:54
Riddellhmm, qtwebkit built but with a new gl(es) error on arm09:04
Riddellwe got our first donation!09:25
Riddell$30 turned into £29.1009:26
Riddellno wait, £30 turned into £29.10 sent from a USD paypal account09:27
Tm_TRiddell: where's donation details? was going to add link to it to my email sig09:27
Riddellhmm no even worse, Net amount: £28.33 GBP09:28
RiddellFee amount: -£1.67 GBP09:28
Riddellthese paypal people know how to make money09:28
RiddellTm_T: just made this yesterday, think it's good enough to launch? http://www.kubuntu.org/donate09:28
jussiRiddell: we should direct people to the Holvi thing. its 90c per transaction 09:28
Riddelljussi: mm have I heard of that?09:29
Tm_TRiddell: I'm ok with it, although I hope paypal isn't mandatory09:30
jussiRiddell: yeah, its the thing I have been planning to use as the tshirt selling platform - we talked about it before09:30
jussiwith the open budget and all09:30
Riddellah hah09:31
Riddellwell this'll be good enough to get on with for now09:32
agateauRiddell: have you considered setting up a flattr account for Kubuntu?09:42
Riddellagateau: nope, baby steps09:44
Riddellagateau: do you think we'd get much money through flattr?09:44
Riddellta da! kubuntu.org/news/now-open-donations09:44
agateauRiddell: I would not expect you'd get overflowed by donations, but more channels to receive money is always a good thing I guess, and you may also get people to subscribe to it (ie, automatically flattr kubuntu every month)09:45
Riddellanother item for the todo :)09:46
agateauRiddell: link in the news is wrong09:47
agateauRiddell: it points to /news/donate instead of /donate09:47
Riddellwell spotted, fixed09:47
agateauRiddell: just read planetkde... so my new nickname is "Aurélien Le Cake"? :)09:50
jussiRiddell: I put up some examples here: https://holvi.com/shop/Kubuntu/09:54
jussiRiddell: and the open budget you can see by clicking the link in the top corner, or here: https://holvi.com/avoinbudjetti/Kubuntu/09:56
Riddellah yes, only Finland for now09:58
jussiRiddell: only finland for admin side - worldwide for actual payments and so on10:00
smartboyhwRiddell, yofel http://paste.kde.org/p2cc15469/ for Calligra, anything you think that shouldn't be there?10:06
smartboyhwIt's 2.7.1 BTW10:07
Riddellsmartboyhw: oh cool10:08
RiddellI think all those lintian issues are acceptable10:08
smartboyhwYeah, packaging 1 day after I came back from London... Really busy:P10:08
smartboyhwRiddell, greato10:08
* Riddell puts a banner on http://www.kubuntu.org/10:13
smartboyhwRiddell, can you fix the language-pack-base-en depend on calligra-l10n-engb problem10:13
Riddellsmartboyhw: I think that needs calligra-l10n-engb removed from the archive10:16
smartboyhwRiddell, meh10:16
smartboyhwRiddell, you are archive admin, remove it:P10:16
Riddellall our calligra-l10n package are an old version10:17
Riddellsmartboyhw: so first step is packagine 2.7.110:17
smartboyhwRiddell, because 2.7.0 is stuck in -proposed10:17
smartboyhwDue to that problem10:17
smartboyhwSo even if I upload anything, it will still be stuck10:17
Riddellah, circular, the language-pack script looks to see what's in the archive10:18
Riddellwell can be easily done by hand10:19
smartboyhwRiddell, hand = you:p10:19
smartboyhwThank you:)10:19
smartboyhwBTW, what's the best way to branch the calligra-l10n 2.7.0 source so I can work on the 2.7.1 one?10:20
smartboyhwDownload, rather10:20
Riddellsmartboyhw: apt-get, download from https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/calligra, it should be in bzr if I did it right10:21
Riddellkbzr co calligra10:21
smartboyhwRiddell, I mean -l10n10:21
smartboyhwNot the main one10:21
smartboyhwAlmost finishing the main here10:21
Riddelloh I had a script for that10:22
Riddellcalligra-l10n-package in kubuntu-automation10:22
smartboyhwRiddell, :O10:23
* Riddell runs dput ubuntu language-pack-kde-en_13.10+20130705.0ubuntu1_source.changes10:23
agateaummm, that qtchooser thing is getting on my nerves. How do I get qmlscene to open a silly qtquick2 example?10:32
agateauit complains about QtQuick not being installed, even if I have libqt5quick5 installed10:33
smartboyhwRiddell, eh hum add back my SSH key to the ftpmaster.kde.org plz (yes, my computer can't boot when I came back, so...)10:34
smartboyhwIt's in my LP page launchpad.net/~smartboyhw10:36
Riddellsmartboyhw: mm I wouldn't have removed it10:36
smartboyhwRiddell, it's new10:36
smartboyhwShouldn't have used the word "back"10:36
RiddellI see smartboyhw@smartboyhw-Compaq-Presario-CQ41-Notebook-PC is on there10:37
smartboyhwRiddell, it's a new one, trust me10:37
smartboyhwBTW, Review time for https://launchpad.net/~smartboyhw/+archive/ppa/+files/calligra_2.7.1-0ubuntu1.dsc10:37
Riddellsmartboyhw: remove your old one?10:37
smartboyhwThe changes are on the kubuntu-packaging branch already10:37
smartboyhwRiddell, I removed it already.10:37
smartboyhwOr you mean in ftpmaster.kde.org10:38
Riddellsmartboyhw: key added10:38
smartboyhwRiddell, thank you10:39
smartboyhwGood, the script now works10:39
smartboyhwThat script is real great!10:40
smartboyhwRiddell, got anytime to review the calligra 2.7.1 package?10:43
Riddellsmartboyhw: yep, anything changed since 2.7.0?10:43
smartboyhwRiddell, you mean the packaging or?10:44
Riddellyeah packaging10:44
smartboyhwThe packaging changes are in the kubuntu-packaging branch10:44
smartboyhwBasically the qreal patch dropped (included in upstream)10:44
smartboyhwAnd some files removed from install files10:44
smartboyhwNothing much10:44
Riddell/usr/share/kde4/apps/mime/packages/krita.xml disappeared?10:45
Riddellhmm and libkochart too?10:45
smartboyhwRiddell, eh heh.10:47
smartboyhwMaybe I should check the build logs10:47
smartboyhwNothing special except I think a new build-dep10:48
smartboyhwWhich I've never heard of...10:49
smartboyhwIt's optional10:49
smartboyhwAnd doesn't even exist within Ubuntu repos10:49
Riddellit's not got an upstream release10:50
Riddellso the upstream (who is both calligra and opensomething) said to leave it for now10:50
smartboyhwRiddell, uh hum then those files are REALLY missing then10:51
smartboyhwhot says:10:52
smartboyhwShould the support for PowerPC Desktop be continued?10:52
smartboyhwYes, continue support - 20.7% (167 votes)10:52
smartboyhwNo, don't support and bury it - 79.3% (639 votes)10:52
smartboyhwso Ubuntu Desktop discontinued powerpc10:52
smartboyhwHmm..... (smartboyhw wants to re-mention killing it for Kubuntu)10:52
Riddellwhere is that?10:53
smartboyhwRiddell, ubuntu-devel@lists.ubuntu.com10:53
smartboyhwA Russian survery10:53
Riddell[ubuntu/saucy] calligra-l10n 1:2.7.0-0ubuntu1 (Accepted)  ta da10:53
smartboyhw+ former announcements about killing10:53
Riddelljust in time for 2.7.1 :)10:53
smartboyhwRiddell, \o/10:53
smartboyhwsrsly, should we kill ppc?10:54
RiddellI'd be all for it10:55
* smartboyhw is for PPC10:55
smartboyhwKilling I mean10:55
Riddellmicahg: kde-workspace change made, debian agreed it should be added10:55
smartboyhwRiddell, I am suggesting to put forward to Kubuntu Council for a vote:P10:55
Riddellkwin-style-crystal uploaded10:55
apacheloggerthe only reason we have ppc still is becasue the case was made that since we have builds and as long as someone QAs the iso there is no reason not to have ppc10:55
apacheloggerso I suppose we are rather indifferent :P10:56
smartboyhwapachelogger, so?10:57
smartboyhwDamn, why am I included in the elementary-l10n-council!?!?10:57
smartboyhwWhat the10:57
smartboyhwAnyways, I will start a discussion about Kubuntu PPC builds on kubuntu-devel@lists.ubuntu.com. Anyone object?11:01
Riddellgo ahead11:02
apacheloggerwhat's there to discuss?11:08
smartboyhwapachelogger, bury it?11:10
apacheloggerwhy would we discuss this in a kubuntu scope?11:13
* apachelogger thinks a pointer to the ubutnu-devel discussion is what should be sent to kubuntu-devel11:13
smartboyhwapachelogger, why shouldn't we?11:13
apacheloggerbecause we cannot discuss whether to kill a build architecture, that's a discussion that needs to happen at global ubuntu project scope11:14
apacheloggerwe can discuss whether to kill our ppc iso, which we did not too long ago as I mentioned earlier11:15
smartboyhwapachelogger, I mean to kill the PPC ISO ofc11:15
apacheloggerwe did that11:15
apacheloggeranswer is no11:15
smartboyhwapachelogger, but that is before Ubuntu decided to drop desktop PPC11:15
apachelogger<apachelogger> the only reason we have ppc still is becasue the case was made that since we have builds and as long as someone QAs the iso there is no reason not to have ppc11:15
smartboyhwapachelogger, I know.11:17
smartboyhwBut I think that needs to change.11:17
apacheloggerso here's how I will dismantle any argument you could bring up11:17
apachelogger... some time ago we decided that we want to keep ppc as  long as we can and as long as we get actual release/iso QA for it11:18
apacheloggerso unless we cannot keep ppc anymore (i.e. the build architecture was dropped from launchpad or put into ports or whatever) or we have a lack of QA suddenly I ask you why your opinion should outweigh the combined opinion of the community as previously stated.11:19
smartboyhwAnd then I will object in the QA part.11:19
apacheloggerpleas go ahead :P11:20
BluesKajHiyas all11:22
Tm_Tsmartboyhw: about powerpc images: I haven't managed to get lubuntu running on my machine11:41
Tm_Tmaybe I should try the last kubuntu build11:41
smartboyhwTm_T, you mean Alpha 2?11:41
smartboyhwIf yes, it is broken11:41
Tm_Tsmartboyhw: I mean tested release11:42
smartboyhwThey say they will fix it11:42
smartboyhwTm_T, you mean Alpha 2 or 13.0411:42
Tm_TI mean 13.04, 12.10 and what else I already tried11:42
smartboyhwTm_T, :O11:42
smartboyhwThat's quite a problem11:42
Tm_Tinstalls fine, then fails to boot with kernel errors11:42
smartboyhwYou should tell the Lubuntu guys:P11:43
Tm_TI should first pinpoint the issue and make sure it's not my hardware though11:43
smartboyhwRiddell, is calligra OK?11:43
smartboyhwRiddell, if you have uploaded calligra 2.7.1 then here's https://launchpad.net/~smartboyhw/+archive/ppa/+files/calligra-l10n_2.7.1-0ubuntu1.dsc for you12:14
smartboyhwAnd someone please deal with https://code.launchpad.net/~smartboyhw/ubuntu-seeds/kubuntu.saucy.rm.amarok.armhf/+merge/17805412:20
apachelogger^ I think markey fixed opengl requirement upstream already12:23
Tm_Taaand yet again, in one building, ~5000 people competing and gaming, 4 days http://www.assemblytv.net/pages/player?file=hd.stream&height=720&width=128012:26
smartboyhwapachelogger, .........12:27
kubotu::workspace-bugs:: [1206176] Powerdevil does not start, linking problem? @ https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1206176 (by aydin demircioglu)12:27
smartboyhwOK, then may apachelogger fix it:P12:27
smartboyhwI mean patch it to current version12:27
markeyapachelogger: yes, fixed12:28
apacheloggersmartboyhw: is armhf seed building failing right now?12:28
smartboyhwapachelogger, not yet, but ScottK told me to do so:P12:28
apacheloggerah, well just wait for new amarok :P12:28
apacheloggerwe have a prerelease right now anyway12:28
smartboyhw<ScottK> Someone go make sure it's not seeded on arm now.12:28
smartboyhwapachelogger, oh really?12:29
apacheloggerScottK: isn't the seed architecture stuff for stuff we do not want on the seed for seed reasons? like say grub-pc on armhf12:29
apacheloggersmartboyhw: yes12:29
smartboyhwapachelogger, meh, let me package it then:)12:30
smartboyhwIs it in ftpmaster?12:30
ScottKImages will fail until it's fixed.12:46
ScottKOnce we have a new  amarok, we can add it back.12:46
ScottKThere will also have to be a kubuntu-meta upload. 12:47
ScottKI'm away from my computer, so someone please do the merge.12:54
smartboyhw Philip Muškovac 71572 points13:26
smartboyhwColin Watson 71289 points 13:26
smartboyhwyofel is being chased!13:26
smartboyhwDarkwing_ (in a G+ post): As of this last week I have migrated my desktop to #Fedora #KDE. 13:32
smartboyhwI'm not fully leaving #Kubuntu but, I'll be far scaled back and far removed. 13:32
smartboyhwStay Kubuntu Darkwing_ !!!13:32
Riddellsmartboyhw: does he say why?13:50
smartboyhwRiddell, if you mean Darkwing, um13:50
smartboyhwRiddell, The reason for this is twofold. First it was time for a change of pace. I have never used a #RedHat based system and need to learn more and second, I was getting tired of the petty infighting happening within the ubuntusphere.13:50
smartboyhwUh hum:P13:51
Riddellmore than petty alas13:55
smartboyhwRiddell, OK.... (/me still waits for the calligra reviews)13:56
smartboyhwAnd should I also run the script to update kubuntu-meta or?13:56
smartboyhwWait, you need to merge it first13:56
Riddellsmartboyhw: calligra good, uploading now13:57
smartboyhwRiddell, :)13:57
Riddellyeah I'll do that next13:57
RiddellI had backported calligra 2.7.0 to raring13:57
Riddellwould be worth doing thatwith 2.7.113:57
smartboyhwRiddell, good.13:59
smartboyhwUm, I forgotten that backport function existing in ubuntu-dev-tools again...14:00
smartboyhwAnyways, just do a changelog upate14:00
kubotusmartboyhw meant: "Anyways, just do a changelog update"14:01
smartboyhwRiddell, backport to quantal and precise too? (Without vc-dev as build-dep?)14:05
Riddellsmartboyhw: I might well have done those14:06
Riddellwell not quantal,never seen any point in backpointing to that14:06
smartboyhwRiddell, yeah, you've done Precise14:07
smartboyhwRiddell, OOPS I uploaded to wrong PPA......14:12
smartboyhwI should have done it in backports and instead I did it to the main one.14:12
Riddellsmartboyhw: can you delete that?14:13
yofeldelete it while it's not published14:13
yofelthe it won't matter14:13
smartboyhwRiddell, I think I can copy and delete14:13
smartboyhwIt will take some time to copy to there....:P14:14
smartboyhwOK, it's copied.14:16
smartboyhwRiddell, backported to raring, quantal, precise (including -l10n)14:27
smartboyhwOK, what TODO?14:29
Riddellsmartboyhw: you just put them in the PPA without testing I guess?  that's fine but mind and keep an eye on it for failures14:31
smartboyhwRiddell, I know. I at least removed vc-dev for quantal and precise, so less chance of failing.14:31
smartboyhwBut, GCC and that sort of stuff14:32
smartboyhwHa, I know why the image builds don't fail even with Amarok out of armhf sight: It's still stuck in -proposed14:33
smartboyhwRiddell, plz unstuck Amarok 2.7.90 in -proposed14:34
Riddellsmartboyhw: what's stuck about it?14:35
smartboyhwRiddell, no opengl exist in armhf. ScottK removed the armhf binaries, but obviously it's still stuck14:37
soeeguys atm custom background image for login screen does not work right ?14:49
soeeonly white background shows up14:49
tester56vHanda, are you there?14:54
tester56does anybody know how to get appmenu-gtk working on saucy?14:54
geniisoee: I have a custom background which is working fine. I'm using lightdm-kde-greeter, not kdm though.14:54
tester56i have tried to install aindicator-appmenu ... no success exporting a gtk menu14:55
soeegenii, lightdm is used by default i think14:55
tester56and I think appmenu-gtk was obsoleted for unity-gtk-module 14:57
tester56any idea if this can work on kubuntu?14:57
tester56Riddell, any idea? , as you have been involved on launchpad14:58
Riddelltester56: yeah I think appmenu-gtk is now dead15:04
Riddellit should still work for kde apps15:04
tester56yeah but that's only half of the fun15:05
Riddellbut gtk apps you'll need to live with a menu bar on (I assume it has a sensible fallback)15:05
Riddelltester56: I uploaded kde-workspace with your suggested plasma login change, testing would be good when it arrives in the archive15:05
tester56in neon it worked15:05
tester56so, there is no chance to get appmenu-gtk for saucy?15:06
* smartboyhw decides to upload quantal 4.10.97 to ninjas:P (Any objections?)15:08
yofelstaging please15:08
smartboyhwyofel, oh yeah staging/15:09
smartboyhwThen why is precise in ninjas?15:09
yofelbecause staging is full15:09
yofelwe have no PPA that can hold 4 releases, so it's split15:09
smartboyhwWhich textfile in kubuntu-automation am I supposed to use for getting package names?15:10
tester56Riddell, self compiling should still work, right?15:10
tester56Riddell, (appmenu-gtk)15:10
smartboyhwAnyways, it doesn't affect the build...15:10
smartboyhwcalligra (1:2.7.1-0ubuntu1~ubuntu13.04~ppa2) raring; urgency=low15:10
smartboyhw  * Backport to quantal.15:10
smartboyhw  * Drop vc-dev as build-dep since it does not exist in raring.15:10
yofelthe script should choose the right one by itself15:11
smartboyhwUh hum.. Quantal15:11
smartboyhwyofel, I need to run ./kdesc-package-names right?15:11
yofeloh right, rohan lost his quantal changes, so you'll have to create the file first15:11
smartboyhwyofel, no?15:11
yofeltake the current list for saucy and check if something needs to be removed (pykde at least)15:11
smartboyhwyofel, I would rather take the list from precise:P15:12
yofelwell, you *could* run kdesc-package-names, but that'll just give you the list for saucy15:12
yofelwell, or do that, yeah15:12
yofeland don't forget to use -T unstable, or you'll use the wrong set of hooks15:13
Riddell7 donations :)15:14
Riddellalmost at £100, drinks are on the Kubuntu Council!15:15
smartboyhwyofel, um no need for --sru right?15:15
smartboyhw./kubuntu-initial-upload -d quantal -v 4.10.97 -m "quantal backport" -y 12.10 -T unstable -t ~/kde/temp15:16
smartboyhwis that correct?15:16
smartboyhwRiddell, that's a lot15:16
yofelwrong script15:17
smartboyhwyofel, oh?15:17
yofel./kubuntu-batch-backport -v 4.10.97 -f saucy -t quantal -V 12.10 -T unstable -u medium15:17
yofelthen again, leave -u away15:18
smartboyhwyofel, so don't use -u you mean?15:18
yofelyeah, not important enough15:19
BluesKajok, if anyone on Kubuntu 13.10 has lsb-core and ia32-libs installed then trying to upgrade or dist-upgrade today may create a dependency hell loop. Especially if you had google-earth installed which was taken out by yesterday's upgrade 15:36
BluesKajor not  , iit also affects those without the google earth depends as well15:37
BluesKajI cross posted this in #ubuntu+115:39
BluesKajit's an issue with libgphoto2-2 15:40
smartboyhwWhat's the issue?15:41
BluesKajhttp://pastie.org/private/g8wndrs2y2peq6omq5jilg , smartboyhw 15:42
smartboyhwBluesKaj, OK, what happened is that libgphoto2-2 is clearly NOT supposed to have Multi-Arch15:43
BluesKajwell I have other stuff to do , so i'll have to leave it for now, smartboyhw 15:44
BluesKajsmartboyhw, check with chjunior over at #ubuntu+1, he p[osted that url , originally15:45
BluesKajgotta go15:45
BluesKajhe's on ubuntu btw15:46
volkan_hi all. can someone add Turkish Kubuntu mirror into download page? ftp://ftp.linux.org.tr/kubuntu/21:05
volkan_Riddell: hi Jonathan. who is responsible for download page?21:52
valorievolkan_: it's really late in the UK where Riddell is -- maybe drop an email to kubuntu-devel list?21:58
volkan_valorie: thanks valorie. i will send an e-mail than22:00
ahoneybunlordievader: hey22:22
Quintasanagateau: Is that a T430?22:34

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