micahgskellat: -release isn't a good venue to ask for sponsorship, the patch pilot in -devel would be a good place01:28
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tumbleweedgrumble. I can't reproduce this failure https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/job/saucy-adt-beets/. Ideas?08:45
xnoxtumbleweed: i have seen in the past jenkins mirror be behind, such that it'd test new .dsc againt out-of-date .deb. And the logs don't spell out clearly which version of package under test got installed =(08:51
tumbleweedI wish there was an easy way to make ADT run tests without building from source08:52
xnoxtumbleweed: you are using lp:auto-package-testing scripts right? (they download ubuntu cloud image & run tests in there against a package from archive/ppa/bzr/local)09:02
tumbleweedxnox: no, adt09:05
tumbleweedok, let me try that. but maybe not here at debconf...09:07
xnoxtumbleweed: so two scripts in auto-package-testing under bin/ is exactly the same way the tests are running in the lab. one is setup test-bed to create one and the other one is run-adt-test to run a test on a snapshot of the test bed under qemu.09:07
xnoxtumbleweed: right. Well i'll arrive on sunday and we can poke it then and there =) i can easily run adt tests on my remote server for you.09:08
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* cjwatson starts deploying the phased-updater11:46
cjwatsonSeems to take a long time to start up without doing very much, although it has got past the point of logging into Launchpad11:51
cjwatsonAh, just as I say that it starts sending mail11:51
cjwatson2013-08-07 11:51:47,417 - INFO - [u'ps-jenkins@lists.canonical.com'] mailed about [raring/nux] Possible Regression11:52
cjwatson2013-08-07 11:51:48,174 - INFO - [u'ps-jenkins@lists.canonical.com'] mailed about [raring/compiz] Possible Regression11:52
cjwatsonthat might not get much attention ...11:52
cjwatsonAll SRU team members: please update your ubuntu-archive-tools checkouts to at least r76411:55
* yofel just got a bunch of mail with that topic, so it seems to work ^^12:04
cjwatsonI hope it's useful.  If it's wrong, though, complain to bdmurray, I'm just playing sysadmin here :-)12:11
mdeslaurcjwatson: how do I check the phased update status of a package?12:20
mdeslaurcjwatson: I just got a bunch of emails for security updates that say the phased update has been stopped12:20
cjwatsonmdeslaur: Like I say, I'm just operating this, but I think it only actually decreases the phased update percentage if there was already one (other than "everyone") set12:21
mdeslaurcjwatson: ok, I'll wait for bdmurray then, thanks12:21
cjwatsonSo the e-mails are probably wrong in that detail, but right about there being a regression to look at12:21
cjwatsonmdeslaur: You can see the phased update percentage on https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/<series>/<arch>/<binarypackage>12:22
cjwatson(Which is bloody hard to find by navigation so I suggest memorising the pattern)12:22
cjwatsonIt should normally be the same for all binaries in a source12:22
mdeslaurthere's...nothing in the column12:23
cjwatsonYes, that means "everyone"12:24
cjwatsonMy understanding is that this is a transitional period, because the things that have been published to -updates haven't had a PUP set12:25
cjwatsonBut that was why I was asking SRU team members to update to ubuntu-archive-tools r76412:25
cjwatsonI recall we talked about what to do with security updates at the client sprint but I don't remember what we agreed12:26
mdeslaurI don't recall the exact outcome either...I believe we discussed a maximum time for security updates and having the urgency field work to bypass it or something12:28
cjwatsonAt any rate I'm reasonably sure that at the moment security updates just won't have phasing applied12:31
cjwatsonBut hopefully Brian can clarify12:31
bdmurraymdeslaur: I'm still investigating but the email notifications were in errors, as cjwatson indicated the phasing has not been stopped.14:24
mdeslaurbdmurray: ok, so I can disregard for now?14:25
bdmurraymdeslaur: Yes, for now14:26
mdeslaurbdmurray: thanks14:27
seb128bdmurray, it would be nice to send an email to ubuntu-devel@ about what's going on maybe?14:32
bdmurrayseb128: yes, I'll be doing that today.  Nothing was supposed to happen yet as no packages in -updates have a phased update percentage set.14:33
cjwatsonubuntu-archive-tools> make that r76514:44
bdmurraycjwatson: one more phased-updater change https://code.launchpad.net/~brian-murray/ubuntu-archive-tools/pu-no-email/+merge/17901316:28
cjwatsonbdmurray: done17:03
AmpelbeinCan someone accept the libpar2 binary packages in saucy NEW? Or do they need to get reviewed first?19:48
ScottKThey need to get reviewed.19:51
AmpelbeinAh, ok. Thought that was only for new source packages. Learn something new every day ;-)19:52
ScottKNo, new binary packages too.19:57
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