vadiHi. I've added the Gnome 3 ppa (needed to get treeview in nautilus back), and since then Evince has crashed a couple of times on me. Launchpad has rejected both of my reports due to an outdated package: outdated debug symbol package for liblcms2-2: package version 2.5-0ubuntu1~raring1 dbgsym version 2.4-0ubuntu3.101:43
vadiHowever my system is fully updated and no updates are available. What can I do?01:43
RAOFvadi: Remove the GNOME 3 PPA and see if Evince still crashes; your system is currently in an unsupportable state because you've got (at least) a version of liblcms2-2 that's not in the archive.01:56
vadiJust remove the PPA and do nothing else? Or uninstall all of the new things? All I'd like is Nautilus with a treeview, because I've used the non-treeview version available in 13.04 for a good month and it unworkable.01:58
RAOFvadi: As long as you've got your current version of liblcms2-2 installed (and possibly other things), Launchpad isn't going to be able to retrace any of your crashes (that have liblcms2-2 in their process space).02:01
vadiSo what does this mean of the GNOME 3 PPA? It is unstable and unsupported, or? The description does not mention such things, and it encourages reporting issues (which is what I've attempted to do).02:03
RAOFvadi: It appears to mean that you can't get Launchpad to provide symbolic backtraces if you've got the GNOME 3 PPA enabled.02:05
vadiAlright. But it also marks my reports as invalid. Should I unset that and mark them as new?02:05
RAOFYeah, that'd be about right.02:06
vadiAlright. Thanks for your answers!02:06
darkxstRAOF, vadi, we have ddebs on the GNOME3 PPA02:13
darkxstbut you have to add a "main/debug" to apt02:13
RAOFdarkxst: Sounds like you need to get the apport retracers to add that, then?02:14
darkxstRAOF, we have our own retracer02:18
RAOFdarkxst: So then vadi has some other PPA installed?02:19
darkxstvadi, do you have a link to the bug?02:21
darkxstRAOF, the retracer did get the stuck the other day for a few days, so a bunch a reports ended getting invalidated due to outdated packages02:31
RAOFdarkxst: Ah, fair 'nuff.02:31
darkxstand its not uncommon to have traces that can't be retraced (due to invalid core dumps, I presume)02:32
vadiI did install the Gnome 3 ppa, not another02:34
vadidarkxst: link to the bug apport closed? yes, moment02:34
vadidarkxst: it is still private: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-gnome/+bug/123988302:34
ubot2vadi: Error: launchpad bug 1239883 not found02:34
darkxstvadi, that one failed due to libreoffice PPA not having debug symbols02:37
vadiI do have libreoffice PPA... had to add it, because LibreOffice kept crashing on .docx documents (Ubuntu 13.04's 4.0 version). It's affecting Evince backtracing?02:38
darkxstand/or an invalid core dump02:39
vadiThat doesn't really leave me with a solution, and both of my Evince crashes have been rejected by LP. I'm not certain if making them public manually is save (whenever any information that should have been scrubbed was scrubbed).02:46
darkxstvadi, you can make them public, just make sure the core dump is deleted and there is nothing revealing in the stacktraces02:49
darkxstvadi, you can also try and get stacktraces locally and then attach them https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash02:50
vadiI'll try the latter.03:45
vadiIt doesn't seem to work for me: http://pastebin.com/DKxVjjYH03:53
vadiI'll try the first method. What file is the core dump? There isn't one with an obvious name.03:55
pittiGood morning04:22
darkxstvadi, you need to enable the deb-src lines for the PPA06:43
darkxstand add main/debug to both lines06:43
Laneydarkxst: hmm08:13
Laneydarkxst: bug #1237564 bug #123988608:13
ubot2Launchpad bug 1237564 in gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu) "Regression: some previous keyboard bindings & all newly created custom bindings fail if gnome-screensaver isn't installed" [Low,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/123756408:13
ubot2Launchpad bug 1239886 in gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu) "regression: hotkeys no longer functional" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/123988608:13
LaneyI don't /know/ that the second one is a dupe but it probably will turn out to be08:14
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LaneyWondering if we should resolve this by somehow not relying on g-screensaver from gsd, or use package relationships to make it always there08:15
LaneyIt's only a Recommends atm08:15
darkxstLaney, unity is not using gnome-screensaver anymore?08:38
darkxstctl-alt-L is sent to org.gnome.ScreenSaver for Lock08:38
darkxstI don't see why it would affect any other keybindings though08:39
Laneyit is08:39
Laneybut it can be removed08:39
Laneythe problem is that it's an undeclared dependency of the media keys plugin now08:40
darkxstLaney, gnome-shell does not use it though08:44
darkxstLaney, could be added as a depend on Unity?08:47
darkxstalthough I guess it affects all other session08:47
LaneyI'll try and rework it to look at names we will definitely have08:51
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seb128hey desktopers10:02
darkxstLaney it looks for Screensaver since that provides the lock method10:17
Laneyit'll still need to call that one10:18
Laneybut it's not needed for the rest of the media keys10:18
darkxstit shouldnt affect the rest of the media keys10:20
Laneywhat shouldn't?10:20
darkxstgnome-screensaver being missing10:20
Laneythat's the current bug10:21
Laneybecause we check for org.gnome.ScreenSaver when starting it now10:21
Laneyokay this seems to work10:25
didrocksLaney: hey, do you have a phone handy?10:29
Laneydidrocks: sure10:30
didrocksLaney: can you do me a favor? I don't have the time to test latest system settings and we want to land it10:30
didrocksso latest image (97) + system-settings from ubuntu-unity/daily-build10:30
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didrocksif you can test those and give me a ack or nack, that would be really helpful :)10:31
darkxstLaney, looks good (not tested here though)10:32
Laneydoes xfce use this too?10:33
Laneydidrocks: ok, updating10:34
darkxstLaney, I have no idea10:34
darkxstI suspect not though10:34
Laneyoh well, won't get more broken10:34
Laneythey do have gsd10:34
Laneydidn't check if they use it directly though10:34
didrocksLaney: thanks!10:38
Laneydidrocks: it seems ok10:46
didrocksLaney: so, good to publish?10:46
didrockslet's goooo10:46
LaneyIt's indefinitely checking for updates but I doubt that is the fault of u-s-s10:47
didrockswell, the UI is really stupid, so I would say no :)10:47
Mirvdidrocks: + +
Mirvpackaging acks10:52
didrocksMirv: +110:53
Laneysil2100: hey10:55
Laneysil2100: did/are you look at the accountsservice background problem with u-s-s/phone?10:55
sil2100Laney: yes, working on it in-between stuff - I had to add some debugging info to the UbuntuBackgroundPanel, since setting backgroundFile didn't trigger the change of the greeter background, I'm suspecting that maybe the object path is not entirely correct10:57
sil2100Laney: so it's all being worked on10:57
Laneyi'd have looked at it otherwise10:57
Laneydid you check it through dbus on the commandline10:58
sil2100Laney: yes, through cmd it works fine10:58
sil2100I checked everything and everything is fine in code besides the object path, which I still need to check if is generated correctly10:58
sil2100So I'll keep you up-to-date on that ;)10:58
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didrockspitti: hey, sorry to bother you, but we are discussing with ogra on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-system-settings/+bug/123981511:53
ubot2Launchpad bug 1239815 in ubuntu-system-settings (Ubuntu) "Text not displayed properly in Chinese" [High,New]11:53
didrockswe have font-droid installed on the device11:53
didrocks13:51:33      ogra_ | we have language-pack-zh-hans and language-pack-zh-hans-base as well as the gnome equivalents for both11:53
didrocksas well11:53
didrocksdo you have any idea? (sorry for bothering you with non QA stuff)11:54
pittididrocks: hm, it could just be a broken .po file (step: check the .po file in desktop whether it displays properly)11:57
pittididrocks: or a broken fontconfig which assigns the wrong font to these glyphs (I know almost nothing about that, though)11:57
didrockspitti: ok, ogra is on another hint as well11:57
pittididrocks: or missing fonts11:57
didrocksthanks pitti!11:58
* didrocks hugs pitti11:58
pittididrocks: do we have ttf-wqy-microhei?11:59
pitti(sorry, phone not currently conneted)11:59
didrockspitti: no, installing and testing12:00
pittilast time I checked that was our preferred CJK font12:00
* didrocks needs to reboot after blaming the OOM killer12:01
pittididrocks: do you know which po file these come from? ubuntu-system-settings?12:02
didrockspitti: yeah, ubuntu-system-settings12:02
didrocks(not the right one, trying another one)12:02
pittipo/zh.po looks alright here on desktop12:03
jibelpitti, it is reported against u-s-s because I didn't really find a good target, but it affects all the UI including indicators and dash12:03
didrocksyeah, I think a missing langpack12:03
didrocksok, not ttf-wqy-zenhei either12:03
didrocksfonts-arphic-ukai is the one we need :)12:04
pittididrocks: no, missing langpack would just mean that the strings were in English12:04
pittididrocks: ah, we used to have fonts-arphic-ukai in the past, but I thought we replaced it with microhei as that was smaller and still good12:05
pittiwe don't have it on desktop, anywy12:05
didrockspitti: after installing that one, the squares are replaced12:05
didrockswith glyphs12:05
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leniosjust asking but, that's only chinese. What about japanese or korean?12:06
didrocksjibel: can you try apt-get install fonts-arphic-ukai ?12:06
pittiso on the phone we have dejavu-{core,extra}, droid, and freefont-ttf12:06
pittithat's not much indeed12:06
didrockslenios: it seems that there are some kanji, then, I guess searching on the web will help more than I can do12:07
didrocksjibel: weird, when selecting it, I get "Français suisse" selected12:07
jibeldidrocks, yes, that's what I'm reporting now12:07
pittiyep, less zh_CN.po in the phone terminal shows the same12:07
didrocksLaney: FYI ^12:07
jibeldidrocks, I confirm the fix for chinese and the finish reporting the 'français suisse' bug12:08
Laneyit's already reported12:08
didrocksLaney: hum, getting fixed?12:09
didrocksLaney: like, I think today will be the final system settings for V1, seems like a big bug :)12:09
jibelit *is* a big bug12:09
Laneyalright alright, no need to big it up12:10
ubot2Launchpad bug 1234407 in ubuntu-system-settings (Ubuntu) "wrong language displayed after changing the setting" [High,Confirmed]12:10
Laneyoh no12:10
Laneynot that one12:10
ubot2Launchpad bug 1239593 in ubuntu-system-settings (Ubuntu) "LANGUAGE= needs more detailed settings on Ubuntu Touch" [Low,Confirmed]12:10
pittididrocks: still curious, I wonder which font is being used on the desktop for those12:11
pittididrocks: fonts-arphic-ukai is huge, do we have any limit at all on the phone/12:11
didrocksLaney: hum, low, is it under work? (and here, it only picks français suisse when selecting the chinese one)12:12
Laneytry and review the branch on the first bug12:15
Laneyattente is the one working on the language panel mainly12:15
didrocksLaney: quite a large review, we aren't supposed to fix/review upstream's ;)12:18
didrocksLaney: just give us an ETA, I think this one will be on the bugs we track12:19
LaneyI don't have an ETA, I'm not tracking or working on all of the bugs personally12:19
LaneyAsk attente if he plans to do it otherwise I will see, but I don't know that panel at all12:19
jibeldidrocks, with the font I can see chinese characters on the language list but cannot select the language, it always returns to english12:20
didrocksjibel: it return to suisse french for me12:21
didrocksLaney: I think I'll have to ask seb128 tomorrow then12:21
LaneyNot trying to dodge it, but I'm just saying I can't give you an ETA on the fix since I don't know what it is12:21
didrocksno worry12:22
LaneyI think returning to the previous language is the first one I listed12:22
didrocksyeah, they seem mixed, but they aren't12:22
didrocksattente: one you are around ^12:22
leniosdo you really need fonts-arphic-ukai do display chinese? i only have ttf-wqy-microhei on my desktop and i can display CJK correctly12:24
didrockslenios: we are talking about phone, that's what we just tested12:25
leniosi know12:25
leniosbut according to package description and what i have on my desktop, i think ttf-wqy-microhei should be enough for phone12:26
leniosif it's not working correctly, that's probably misconfiguration and not a missing font12:26
didrockslenios: possibly, it was the first one I tried without any success. Any debugging/help appreciated :)12:27
jibeldidrocks, there is definitely something wrong, 'search' on the top left is in chinese, categories of the scopes and u-s-s are in french and the rest in english12:34
Laneyattente's branch makes things nicer for me on my desktop12:36
Laneyit sets german to de_DE instead of de_LI(?)12:37
Laneyand displays the right language after I change it12:37
Laneylet me try building it for armhf and see what happens12:41
Laneyjibel: There's still a problem that it's not fully effective until you restart12:41
Laneygrr, how long do I have to charge the nexus 7 for before it'll stay on?12:43
jibelLaney, yes, I did restart after I selected French but 'search' is still in Chinese12:43
Laneyok, building with the branch for armhf now12:48
Laneywill check it after lunch12:48
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desrtgood morning ubuntu people!!13:13
desrtara: hello!13:13
aradesrt, good morning13:14
desrttoday we are in (very much not) sunny montreal13:14
attentejibel, didrocks, the main issue right now is the session needs restarting after the language is set13:20
didrocksattente: there is no feedback in the ui that it changed, it's changing back to the previous setting13:46
didrockshey desrt!13:46
desrtdidrocks: hi :)13:48
attentedidrocks, oh, can you try this branch instead? https://code.launchpad.net/~attente/ubuntu-system-settings/lp123440713:50
didrocksattente: not today, I think you need to rely on other upstreams :)13:51
attentedidrocks, heh ok :)13:51
Laneyattente: I think it fixes both bugs13:58
Laneyattente: Just double checking13:58
Laneythen will approve13:58
Laneyyou didn't use the m_foo convention for private member variables though!13:59
attenteLaney, the locale number formats bug? i don't think it fixes that14:00
Laneythe one where you get LANGUAGE=de instead of de_DE14:01
attenteoh, ok14:01
attentei can do the m_foo thing in another merge14:01
Laneyit's funny seeing system messages in chinese14:02
Laneydidrocks: if we get this merged will you be able to release / get it in the image today?14:04
didrocksLaney: yeah (or tomorrow at worst)14:04
Laneythought you said today was the end of days14:04
LaneySo we'll get that one in and then we can see what's left over14:06
Laneycertainly LC_* and the rebooting one are still there14:06
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Laneyattente: you in montreal?14:11
Laneyany good gossip?14:11
attenteword on the street is that the bagels are fantastic :)14:11
Laneythat's the kind of juicy news i was after14:13
* Laney drools14:13
didrocksLaney: I meant, in archive today14:14
didrocksLaney: so that it's in for tomorrow morning image kick14:14
Laneyfair enough14:14
LaneyI want to fix this wifi scrolling bug too14:15
kenvandineLaney, give me a shout if you need a review14:17
Laneykenvandine: wilco14:18
kenvandinedidrocks, shouldn't we be updating the saucy stacks to use 13.10 branches?14:19
didrockskenvandine: not yet, we'll do that when we release14:20
kenvandinei'm starting to get some webcred branches that don't really need to end up in 13.10, but worry about getting them mixed up in trunk before other potential fixes show up14:21
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attenteLaney, can you look at https://code.launchpad.net/~attente/gtk/drop-git_padding_value/+merge/191217?14:57
attentei think seb128 forgot to do the actual dropping of the patch14:58
Laneyattente: you don't explain why at any point14:58
LaneyAlso use 'dch' and put something in debian/changelog please14:59
LaneyAlso this won't be in saucy14:59
attenteLaney, this is just to amend seb's commit15:00
attentethe drop didn't seem to happen15:00
Laneyoh I don't know what that is15:00
attenteoh. the quilt patches don't apply since15:01
attentethe patch was a git patch15:01
attentei think it was just a small oversight15:01
LaneyI get it, thanks15:01
Laneymissed that detail15:01
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Laneykenvandine: MPed, you should get mail soon15:19
kenvandineLaney, ok15:26
LaneyOh, meeting time!15:33
jibelLaney, wrt. bug 1240058 you'll note the nice value of LANGUAGE=fr_FR:zh_CN:en :)15:33
ubot2Launchpad bug 1240058 in ubuntu-system-settings (Ubuntu) "UI uses chinese, french and english simultaneously" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/124005815:33
Laneyqengho, Sweetshark, desrt, larsu, attente, tkamppeter, mlankhorst, Laney: MEETING!15:34
desrti sure hope seb128 is safe15:34
qenghoWhat's up with seb?  Travelling?15:34
desrtin a plane15:34
desrton his way to montreal15:35
Laneyall the cool kids are going to canada15:35
qenghoSo, Canada will finally have cool people?15:35
Laneyas opposed to cold ones15:35
qenghoOkay, I'm first?15:35
Laneylet's go15:35
Laneyqengho: !15:35
qenghoI'll need help with one of my bugs.  The second.  My list:15:36
qengho- c-b: Debugging bug 1232575.  Narrowed down to small patch. Another day or so to fix.15:36
qengho- c-b: Debugging bug 1225215.  Still a mystery.15:36
qengho- then, will release.15:36
qengho- worked Monday (a holiday), and will exchange for (probably) Friday.15:36
ubot2Launchpad bug 1232575 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) "chrome.extension not available when called from extension scripts in Chromium but works on Chrome" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/123257515:36
ubot2Launchpad bug 1225215 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) "chromium doesn't shut down. Next run gets "Your profile could not be opened"." [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/122521515:36
qenghoEr, sorry, one didn't paste, the problematic one.  Sorry.15:36
qenghoThis one!  Bug 123549015:37
ubot2Launchpad bug 1235490 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) "chrome/chromium tearing and display corruption" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/123549015:37
qenghoNo idea the cause.15:38
LaneyMaybe mlankhorst or someone can help you debug issues15:38
LaneyDon't think he's here though15:38
qenghoI'll look for him.  Thanks.15:38
LaneyHaven't seen anything like that personally, thankfully15:39
qenghoThat's all for me.15:39
* Laney is nvidia all over15:39
LaneySweetshark: howdy15:39
desrtuh oh15:39
desrttsk tsk tsk15:39
Laneyok, moving on ...15:40
Laneydesrt: go, and please give us some better montreal gossip than attente did earlier :P15:40
Laneybagel news15:40
desrtoh man15:40
desrtbagels have been coming out of our ears15:40
* larsu could go for bagels again15:40
desrtthey are _so_ delicious when you get them fresh out of the oven15:40
desrtyou have no idea15:40
desrtlarsu has had morning bagels for 3 days straight...15:41
desrtthe summit was pretty good.  we're starting to land a lot of code that has been in the review stages forever15:41
Sweetsharkeh, /me is late15:41
desrtthe search algorithm stuff i was working on last week landed15:41
attentemontreal bagels are worthy as legitimate gossip :P15:41
desrtwhich means that the desktop file stuff (which uses it) can land this week15:41
desrtgnotification will probably also land this week15:41
desrtgtk dynamic accel changing (the start of action descriptions work started long ago) landed today15:41
desrtgsubprocess will probably come in the next week or so as well15:42
desrtso really lots of major features got past the 'contentious' stage of reviews, more or less15:42
desrtworking right now on a good general pattern for dealing with these thread safety issues that we've been seeing with things like gsettings15:42
desrtsince i'll also want to use the same pattern in the new GAppInfoMonitor code (since it's similar: you can have several objects, each of which is driven by a common backend in a worker thread, but has to dispatch the signal on each object into the correct target thread)15:43
desrti hope to get that sorted today.  that's about all.15:43
Laneyooh, looks like a lot of fun stuff for next cycle then15:43
Laneythanks desrt15:44
LaneyI see a Sweetshark15:44
Sweetshark- adjusting the bibisect scripting to runnable instdir http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Bibisect http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/ANN-feature-instdir-pushed-to-master-td4073602.html15:44
Sweetshark- kicked off/boosted various upstream EasyHacks: fdo#7014, fdo#70393, fdo#70373, fdo#70357, fdo#70448, fdo#70422, fdo#6675015:44
Sweetshark- various clean up tasks15:44
Sweetshark- Hackfest Freiburg preparations https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Hackfest/Freiburg201315:44
Sweetshark- started merging ubuntu-saucy-4-1 with debian-experimental-4-2 for t-series15:44
Laneyhow's LO looking for saucy?15:44
SweetsharkLaney: all set15:45
Laneywill we be upgrading off the rc or doesn't it matter?15:45
SweetsharkLaney: rc3 = final in everything but the name15:45
* Laney nods15:45
Laneylarsu: here?15:46
SweetsharkLaney: so, rather do an SRU/update to the next release (4.1.3)15:46
larsu- support per-profile indicator positions for unity7 and 8 (neither is merged)15:46
larsu- show source icons again in indicator-messages15:46
larsu- give sound menu in the greeter a proper size15:46
larsu- sound-menu: show only running players on the phone15:46
larsu- remove broken volume notification on the phone (notify-osd doesn't do sync notifications)15:46
larsu- system-settings: no startup animations for sliders in the battery and location panel15:46
larsuand I was at montreal summit as well15:46
larsubut I guess desrt gave a good overview of that already15:46
desrtlarsu: what?  not more discussion about bagels?15:47
desrtoh wait.  we forgot about the smoked meat!15:47
larsudesrt: it's you who brings up the bagels all the time15:47
larsusmoked meat! Is it lunch time yet?!15:47
Laneydid the notification fix get released?15:47
larsudon't know15:48
desrtthe indicator-messages thing?15:48
larsulet me check15:48
larsuyou mean the sound notifications on the phone, right?15:48
LaneyLooks like I don't have it here15:48
Laneyso we're good on that one15:48
larsulooks like it was, yes15:49
Laneythanks :-)15:49
Laneyattente: your turn15:49
attentenon-latin keyboard shortcuts bug15:49
attentelanguage settings: correctly obtain available locales15:49
attentedisplay language update bugs15:49
attentein-progress: ctrl+shift input sources switching bug (#1218322)15:49
Laneyoh great, was going to ask you about that one15:49
Laneybug #1240058 might interest you15:50
ubot2Launchpad bug 1240058 in ubuntu-system-settings (Ubuntu) "UI uses chinese, french and english simultaneously" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/124005815:50
attenteLaney, is that just a matter of not enough translation done?15:50
LaneyWell, it seems that selected languages are preprended to $LANGUAGES15:50
attentemaybe not15:50
Laneyinstead of replacing the top one15:50
LaneyI guess that's what AS does, but it might not be the right thing15:51
Laneytkamppeter: hey15:51
tkamppeter- cups-filters: More fixes, especially use Poppler as PDF->PostScript filter for Brother and Konica Minolta PostScript printers. Released 1.0.40 and packaged this for Saucy.15:52
tkamppeter- Bugs.15:52
jasoncwarner_morning all.15:53
Laneyhey jasoncwarner_15:53
Laneymlankhorst: you here?15:53
LaneyThink he said he wouldn't be, so me:15:53
Laney• Mainly bug fixing for release15:53
Laney• Looked at g-s-d bugs15:53
Laney∘ Fixed media key handling to not rely on gnome-screensaver (being tested)15:53
Laney∘ Nasty upower regression meaning properties via libupower-glib were broken which crippled lid close and broke god knows what else (suspecting a unity multi monitor bug was down to this too)15:53
Laney• Updated farstream-0.2 for bugfixes15:53
Laney• Bug fixes in apturl, sessioninstaller15:53
Laney• gmime FTBFS fix (prompted by arm64)15:53
Laney• System-settings:15:53
Laney∘ Reviews15:53
Laney∘ Scrolling in wifi panel15:53
Laney∘ Buglet with translations in sound panel15:53
Laney∘ URI Handler: switching in existing instance15:53
Laney∘ Alignment in timedate panel15:54
Laney• Patch piloted15:54
LaneyGoing to see about making the wi-fi panel use more standard components now15:54
Laneyso it looks a bit less weird15:54
LaneyAnyone got anything else?15:54
Laneyrighto, thanks all15:55
Laneyhappy saucy!15:55
mlankhorstLaney: yeah i put down soe work items before :P15:57
mlankhorst21:31 < mlankhorst> jasoncwarner_: oh I won't be here tomorrow, so for seb128's meeting: my action points: fixing xorg package-status debian versions. kernel fixes for radeon lock inversion. opened a15:57
mlankhorst                    conversation with android devs about fences/syncpoints. mesa 9.1.7 verification and mesa 9.2.1 upload.15:57
mlankhorst21:31 < mlankhorst> oh and fixed a particularly nasty mir bug that was a blocker for testing nested mir15:57
mlankhorst21:31 < mlankhorst> which took some time to find :P15:57
bschaeferHello, is anyone having issues with the hardware volume buttons not working? (-/+ and mute)?15:58
bschaeferon 13.10, possibly from the latest release from g-s-d?15:58
LaneyYeah, there are bugs15:59
LaneyWhat DE are you using?15:59
LaneyThere's one I was looking at earlier ...16:00
Laneydo you have gnome-screensaver installed?16:00
bschaeferi do not, i was testing out a new light-locker package16:00
bschaeferthat would explain that problem :)16:01
Laneyplease try g-s-d from ppa:laney/experimental16:01
bschaefercool, let me try it out16:01
Laneyit's supposed to remove that dependency16:01
Laneybug #123656416:01
Laneybug #123756416:02
ubot2Launchpad bug 1237564 in gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu) "Regression: some previous keyboard bindings & all newly created custom bindings fail if gnome-screensaver isn't installed" [Low,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/123756416:02
bschaeferLaney, awesome thanks you!16:02
* bschaefer goes to test ppa16:02
LaneyI just want someone to tell me it works then I'll upload to saucy16:03
Laneyprobably for SRU at this point16:03
bschaeferyeah, hopefully gnome-screensaver isn't a common package removed until that patch goes through :)16:04
bschaeferLaney, \o/, works :)16:06
* bschaefer makes comment on bug16:06
Laneygreat, cheers16:06
kenvandineLaney, approved16:12
Laneymessy buckets16:12
jasoncwarner_hey didrocks , around?16:26
alan_gcyphermox or stgraber - yesterday seb128 referred me to you about a problem I have on my desktop PC. (http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/6241293/) Short version: I got my system in a state where I had to switch IP6 to Local to get dhcp working. can you help?16:43
didrocksjasoncwarner_: was in a HO, here16:54
jasoncwarner_hey didrocks :) hey, I'm trying to update and I'm getting a 'image failed to download' or something close to that. I'm getting it always today and I've always seen it hit 100% downloaded. Know anything about that? Also, probably would be a good thing to change the 'install and restart' button to something else in that case. Maybe 'try again' and/or 'cancel'?16:55
jasoncwarner_didrocks: also, wasn't sure of the reason for getting that. I asked a few others and they said they've never seen it. I guess I'm one of the lucky few ;)16:56
didrocksjasoncwarner_: did you update everyday?16:56
didrocksor did you wait for a few days?16:56
jasoncwarner_I have been. this is image 9616:56
jasoncwarner_I think I was on 92 maybe? or 94?16:56
didrocksjasoncwarner_: if the image is too big, the service can't download a new image16:57
jasoncwarner_the image is 96m, if I recall16:57
didrocksjasoncwarner_: barry has a fix for that, but if you are blocked, the only way for you now is to reflash16:57
didrocksjasoncwarner_: the daemon is still telling that installed is ready and can be apply, that's why the ui is showing those buttons instead of retry16:58
jasoncwarner_didrocks: gah, ok. do you happen to know the size limit (just for my own knowledge)16:58
didrocksI think barry fixed that one as well16:58
didrocksjasoncwarner_: it was downloading in memory, so whatever memory you still have free on the phone :)16:58
didrocks(now it will be on disk)16:58
jasoncwarner_ok, thanks didrocks. I guess I'm reflashing today then ;)16:59
didrocksjasoncwarner_: yeah, no other choise, sorry ;)16:59
jasoncwarner_thanks, didrocks will flash in a few!17:00
jasoncwarner_hey didrocks , just talked to pat and steve and they pointed me to this bug which was closed. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-system-settings/+bug/123227317:09
ubot2Launchpad bug 1232273 in ubuntu-system-settings (Ubuntu) "Updates will not complete if the system-image service times out" [High,Fix released]17:09
didrocksjasoncwarner_: it's a different one where barry had to track it17:10
didrocks(an older one)17:10
didrocksjasoncwarner_: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/system-image/+bug/123352117:13
ubot2Launchpad bug 1233521 in system-image (Ubuntu Saucy) "system-image cannot recover from a partial download without rebooting" [High,Triaged]17:13
jasoncwarner_thanks didrocks17:13
didrocksjasoncwarner_: and that one as well: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/system-image/+bug/123681817:13
ubot2Launchpad bug 1236818 in system-image (Ubuntu) "No update downloaded" [High,Triaged]17:13
didrocks(not fixed though)17:14
didrocksjasoncwarner_: basically barry disabled the persistence mode, which is what agreed between the ui and service17:14
didrockshence you can see this "redownload, restart, no pause…"17:14
* didrocks really needs to go now :)17:15
jasoncwarner_later didrocks !17:15
=== alan_g is now known as alan_g|EOD
jasoncwarner_hey larsu and charles, any luck on that indicator-datetime-service bug?17:45
larsujasoncwarner_: I'm just getting around to that17:49
larsucharles: have you looked into that yet?17:49
jasoncwarner_thanks, larsu, can you guys jump on that today? release is only a few days away now!17:50
larsujasoncwarner_: yes.17:50
jasoncwarner_thanks larsu17:52
qenghomlankhorst: I heard you might be able to give me a pointer on how to debug something. https://launchpad.net/bugs/123549017:54
ubot2Launchpad bug 1235490 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) "chrome/chromium tearing and display corruption" [Undecided,In progress]17:54
Sarvattqengho: that should be fixed as of x-x-v-intel 2:2.99.904-0ubuntu118:10
qenghoSarvatt: Oh?  The bug report is a few days stale. I'll check it out.18:11
qenghoSarvatt: thanks18:11
Sarvattyeah that was a highly annoying problem with SNA on one generation of intel GPUs that took months to get fixed but its definitely fixed now :)18:12
qenghorobru: If you have  xserver-xorg-video-intel 2:2.99.904-0ubuntu1  installed, can you reproduce the Chromium tearing now?18:26
robruqengho, gimme a sec18:26
qenghorobru: no hurry.18:26
qenghorobru: comment at #1235490.18:26
robruqengho, bug #123549018:27
ubot2Launchpad bug 1235490 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu) "chrome/chromium tearing and display corruption" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/123549018:27
robruthere it is ;-)18:27
robruqengho, ugh, 500 upgraded packages since friday ;-)18:28
qenghoYou can't blame be for that!18:28
robruqengho, IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT!18:29

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