tkamppeterI have uploaded ghostscript 9.06rc1 to saucy-proposed and it did not pass on to saucy. As I chose a bad version number (9.08~rc1~dfsg is considered newer than 9.08~dfsg) can this package get removed and I upload the final instead?10:12
xnoxCan saucy-adt-beets be re-run please? it's not reproducible here with run-autopackage-test.10:13
xnoxtumbleweed: ^10:14
tumbleweedxnox: thanks10:14
cjwatsontkamppeter: Surely you could just upload the final as 9.08+dfsg, which would be more conventional anyway10:38
tkamppetercjwatson, OK.10:43
Laneycjwatson: updating your firefox force-badtest version11:31
tkamppetercjwatson, new ghostscript uploaded.11:43
cjwatsonLaney: thanks13:31
Laneythe failure there is weird btw; stgraber is investigating it13:31
Laney(so that it can then fail for real...)13:31
cjwatsonCan somebody accept grub2 in saucy unapproved?13:32
stgraberthe current failure looks like a ENOSPACE on jenkins and a ENOINODE (well, ENOSPACE but caused by not enough inodes) on my machine13:32
stgrabercjwatson: I'll do it13:32
stgrabercjwatson: didn't feel like passing -v to debuild? :)13:33
* cjwatson -> idiot13:33
cjwatsonor even <-13:34
cjwatsoner, wait, no I'm not.  I did13:34
cjwatsonbut that's a binary .changes and it probably doesn't preserve that13:34
stgraberah, that'd explain that. Not really a problem as I've got the bzr branch on my machine anyway :)13:34
stgrabercjwatson: there you go ^13:38
plarscjohnston, infinity: When would we expect to start seeing release candidates for 12.04.3?15:02
plarscjwatson: ^ :)15:02
plarscjohnston probably thinks (and he may be right) that I do that on purpose just to annoy him now15:03
cjwatsonplars: -> infinity - I'm not running it and am at DebConf this week and vacation next week15:06
stgraberplars: slangasek is running it (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SaucySalamander/ReleaseTaskSignup). Usually the first ones appear on Monday or Tuesday of the milestone week.15:07
plarsstgraber: ah, I lost that link, thanks15:08
plarsslangasek: I figured probably on monday, but just wanted to double-check as I think in the past we usually shoot for end of previous week15:09
plarsslangasek: just trying to plan for the next week or so worth of priorities :)15:09
knomeumh... *cougs* i know we're a bit late, but we have bug 120749315:37
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1207493 in xubuntu-docs (Ubuntu) "[SRU] Documentation does not match shipped system version (11.10 shipped with 12.04)" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120749315:37
knomeis there any possibility to make sure it's in 12.04.3 if we uploaded it today?15:38
smartboyhwstgraber, knome (or Release Team Member): Can you add upgrade tests for UbuntuKylin?15:38
tkamppeterSomeone knows why the ghostscript package is still in -proposed?16:31
ogra_tkamppeter, Missing build dependencies: libopenjpeg-dev16:36
ogra_and according to http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html on all arches16:36
tkamppeterogra_, so a MIR for openjpeg is needed?16:39
ogra_yeah, looks like16:40
tkamppeterogra_, the MIR is already there: bug 711061.16:42
ubot2`Launchpad bug 711061 in openjpeg (Ubuntu) "[MIR] libopenjpeg2" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71106116:42
ogra_so someone from the MIR team needs to approve and an archive admin needs to promote it16:43
infinityThat old MIR didn't go well the last couple of times people looked at it.  You'll want to bounce that back to jdstrand and see if his concerns were addressed.16:54
infinityjdstrand: ^^16:55
tkamppeterjdstrand, the CVEs mentioned in the last comments seem to be fixed in our package, as there are patches with that names.17:06
mdeslaurcan someone explain to me what this means:18:41
mdeslaurskipped: libav (36 <- 51)18:41
mdeslaur    got: 92+0: i-9218:41
infinityIt's the next line that's important.18:45
mdeslaur* i386: devede, dvd-slideshow, ffdiaporama, kmediafactory, mythexport, ubuntustudio-video18:45
infinityWhich is telling you that if libav were updated, those packages become uninstallable.18:45
infinityThat said, we should start the libav 9.x transition, IMO.18:46
mdeslaurah! ok, libav-extra never got uploaded18:47
mdeslaurI see18:47
mdeslaurinfinity: thanks for the explanation...I got hung up on the magic numbers18:47
mdeslaurinfinity: just for kicks...what do they mean?18:47
mdeslaurI assumed "36" was the number of days since infinity slept18:48
mdeslaurbut I couldn't figure out the others18:48
infinityThey're just internal counters.  Likely not meaningful unless you're hacking on britney.18:48
infinityArguably have no place in user-facing output.18:48
mdeslaurinfinity: ah, ok18:48
flugxuhi! There's an inconsistency for the release date of 12.04.3 - on this page it says August 22nd (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PrecisePangolin/ReleaseSchedule) and on this page it says today (https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+milestone/ubuntu-12.04.3)20:05
infinityflugxu: The LP milestone one is wrong, thanks for pointing it out.20:20
flugxuinfinity, no problem - pity, I was hoping for some sweet loving today20:21
infinityflugxu: Fixed.20:21
infinityflugxu: To be fair, unless you really need an ISO, most of what will be 12.04.3 is in precise already.  Milestone releases are pretty uneventful things. :)20:21
flugxuinfinity, I was under the impression that we'd get a huge compiz update (pulled from 13.04), while right now 0.9.7 is in precise's repos20:22
flugxuand compiz is something that could use an update, having previously spent a lot of time on it before20:23
tumbleweedwin 1420:24
infinityflugxu: I'm not sure where you got the impression that compiz was getting a "huge" update...20:25
flugxuinfinity, if it's using the raring stack, that is a huge update20:25
infinityflugxu: The "HWE stack" is just hardware support, it's not a new compiz, unity, etc.20:25
infinityflugxu: Just a new libdrm, mesa, X11, and kernel.20:26
flugxuinfinity, hm, you're right, dunno where I got that into my head.20:27
infinityflugxu: And you can get that today on precise with "apt-get install linux-generic-lts-raring xserver-xorg-lts-raring"20:27
flugxuinfinity, ah, thanks! This is the first LTS I've actually stayed on for this long (since 8.04 was really awful and 10.10 was better than 10.04), so I wasn't aware of those metapackages20:28

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