RAOFGah. Do we need another ‘how can we get SRUs to not be pointless-makework-for-all-concerned’ session?00:41
stgraberRAOF: why did you release lilypond when some of the architectures failed to build?01:00
stgraber(powerpc regressed)01:00
RAOFOh, I saw the arm64 dep-wait and went “ok, that's not important”. Didn't process the powerpc regression. :(01:01
stgraberslangasek: if you're around, bug 1250611 seems related to the recent shim-signed update01:42
ubot2Launchpad bug 1250611 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "shim-signed update unrecognized option" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/125061101:42
stgraberRAOF: around?02:12
RAOFstgraber: Yeah.02:13
stgraberRAOF: so I'm looking into bug 1250611 now, looks like we'll need a partial revert of shim-signed. I'm doing some tests now to figure out which release we need to revert and I'll be doing the uploads. Would be nice if you could do a speedy review once they hit the queue.02:13
ubot2Launchpad bug 1250611 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "shim-signed update unrecognized option" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/125061102:13
stgrabermy plan is to let them build, then release to -updates immediately to fix the breakage02:14
stgraberconfirmed to be limited to precise. I'll upload a simple revert of that part of the diff and let slangasek figure out whether we want to backport the grub-install option or not02:15
RAOFSure. That sounds like a reasonable plan.02:17
stgraberRAOF: uploaded now, should be in the queue shortly02:17
stgraberI'll re-open the original bug report too since the revert also means that bug won't be fixed02:17
stgraberRAOF: it's in New because it's a source that doesn't exist in the release pocket02:19
stgraberRAOF: so you'll need to manually accept it and make sure to override it to main02:19
RAOFI just love manual steps I can get wrong :)02:20
RAOFstgraber: Accepted.02:22
RAOFEnjoy your meal!02:22
stgrabergood. I'll let it build, test on a clean precise box this time (since apparently the one I used for the previous SRU had a backported grub ...)02:22
stgraberand if all checks out, release to -updates02:22
RAOFShould we be blocking the previous update while this is happening?02:24
* RAOF doesn't know how to do that, but it seems like the existing upgrade is almost guaranteed to break02:24
stgraberwell, we could remove it or set its phased-percentage to 0 but that'd take one publisher run to happen and my plan is to have the new one tested by that time anyway02:24
RAOFstgraber: Fair enough.02:25
stgraberand there it's, build already, testing that one now02:25
stgraberfixed package confirmed to work here02:26
stgraberRAOF: can you run sru-accept -p shim-signed -v 1.5~12.04.2 -s precise 1250611 ?02:27
stgraberthat'll push the usual bug comment02:27
stgraber(the package was wrong in the bug report, so if you did it previously, it probably failed)02:28
stgraberRAOF: sru released, ignore that sru-accept, it'd just be even more confusing if the blurb was posted after the SRU is released :)02:33
stgraberok, I think that particular mess has been resolved.02:37
* stgraber gets back to his evening activities02:38
slangasekstgraber: thanks for the quick reaction on the shim-signed regression.  I guess no one ever actually ran through the test case that was on the SRU bug?04:30
slangasek(at least, not for precise)04:31
chrisccoulsoncould someone please approve that flash upload before i upload the other releases? ^^16:06
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, would you mind approving flash please? :)16:25
jdstrandchrisccoulson: done16:31
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, thanks. i've just uploaded the others now16:32
jdstrandchrisccoulson: done16:33
jdstrandchrisccoulson: oh, interesting, saucy didn't have it in release16:34
jdstrandthat will obviously get fixed today16:35
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, yeah, this is the first flash upload since saucy was released, and i don't normally do partner uploads before the release16:35
jdstrandI see16:35
seb128could somebody review/approve https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/raring/+queue?queue_state=1&queue_text=popularity-contest ?18:43
seb128(that's a SRU for raring, it has a buggy popularity-contest that sends report to Debian ... which the Debian guys have been complaining about for a while)18:44
seb128(we got it fixed in saucy but didn't backport the fix to raring and it seems they keep getting report, I would like to reply to there email telling that we got the SRU in)18:45
stgraberseb128: done19:56
seb128stgraber, thanks!20:02
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