RAOFbdmurray: I'm looking at your whoopsie upload, and am confused.00:11
bdmurrayRAOF: okay00:13
bdmurrayRAOF: initialize_logging didn't exist and I thought the other things in the upload were "obviously safe patch"es00:15
bdmurrayRAOF: I can remove everything but the logging change if you'd prefer00:17
RAOFI'm happy with all of them being in there, but just documented :)00:17
bdmurraywhen you say documented do you want a bug for every issue or just noted in the changelog?00:18
RAOFNoted in the changelog is OK. Does the connection_data.callback() thing want a bug, though?00:18
bdmurrayI'll remove that bit as its not relevant to fixing the bug at hand00:19
RAOFThat's not a trivially obvious change, at least to me :). It looks like a call gets made that previously wouldn't be made.00:19
RAOFHeh. Cool.00:19
tumbleweedlooks like some NBS binaries need to be removed for chef to migrate06:46
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jamespageRAOF, the ceph i386 ftbfs was something transitory - no error in log - rebuilt OK09:57
jamespageRAOF, uploaded 2.2 again with the 2.1 entry in the changes file as well09:57
jpdsCould someone move strongswan out of trusty-proposed for me?10:58
LaneyDid you see the issues on update_excuses?11:03
cjwatsonHm, I guess that's an NBS-in-proposed thing11:16
LaneyThe uninstallables are genuine afaics11:18
cjwatsonNo strongswan-plugins-fips-prf11:20
Laneyjpds: ↑11:20
cjwatsontumbleweed: chef> yes, you're right.  done11:22
jpdsLaney / cjwatson: Thanks, fixed it.11:23
cjwatsonI've dealt with the NBS part of it, anyway11:23
tumbleweedcjwatson: thanks11:24
jpdsJust uploaded -0ubuntu2.11:24
didrocksogra_: sil2100: I'm blocking libcolumbus and hud into proposed. Seems that libcolumbus was built and published without any new commit :/ Not sure who checked…13:11
didrocksso it would make the tests refailing13:11
* sil2100 sighs13:12
didrockssil2100: it was usermetrics13:12
sil2100So why was it set to ready to release?13:12
didrockssee landing plan13:12
sil2100Aw shit13:12
didrocksnot libcolumbus13:12
sil2100didrocks: right, I read your ping on #ubuntu-desktop and published that ;p13:13
* sil2100 sighs and facepalms on himself13:13
didrockssil2100: well, I can't remember everything, especially when having 6 pings at the same time, would have been nice as it's written on the spreadsheet to check13:13
didrocks(and the check that things were published :p)13:13
sil2100didrocks: shorry ;< Damn, I feel stupid now13:13
didrockssil2100: well, no worry, just republish the right one now13:14
didrockssil2100: no need for a block, both will stay in proposed until alpha2 is done13:14
didrocks(it was just in case we missed a merged branch)13:14
xnoxqueuebot Unapproved: partman-crypto (precise-proposed/main) [50ubuntu1 => 50ubuntu2]13:45
xnoxplease review ^ as it's wanted for 12.04.4, security team request bug #126374013:46
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1263740 in partman-crypto (Ubuntu Precise) "12.04.4 alternate installer encryption should default to aes-xts-plain64" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/126374013:46
xnoxverified to work with dalies against HWE & stock (.0) kernels13:46
ogra_cjwatson, do you know of a way to get more debugging from debootstrap under live-build ? using "lb build --debug" only gets me lb debug output (i still have the "cannot mount /proc" issue even when using BuildLiveCD .. but tracked it down to debootstrap)13:58
ogra_debootstrap.log is sadly pretty empty (a few gpg key messages and the final error line)13:58
cjwatsonnot off the top of my head, sorry, you could try hacking /usr/sbin/debootstrap14:00
* ogra_ starts to wonder if wrapping the whole thing into a qemu-arm-static chroot probably causes this 14:00
rbasakSorry about the puppet component mismatch. I failed to check.15:12
* rbasak will sort it out.15:12
jamespageinfinity, what will be the status of the arm64 port for 14.04? will it have full 5 year support?15:48
ogra_5 years is for arm 32bit ... must be 10 years for arm64 indeed15:49
xnoxjamespage: i have a merge proposal up against launchpad to mark arm64 for a 5 year support. (such that supported: field in packages/arm64 declares that)16:23
xnoxjamespage: as far I remember that hasn't been merged yet.16:24
ogra_hmpf, there seems to be a mirroring issue with cdimage16:24
xnoxjamespage: oh, and that also add armhf to 5y support ;-)16:24
ogra_if i reload http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-touch/daily-preinstalled/ repeatedly, the 20140122.1 dir randomly vanishes and re-appears16:25
cjwatsonogra_: ask IS16:26
ogra_cjwatson, thks, will do (after my daily meeting marathon)16:26
Riddellstgraber, highvoltage: how's alpha 2 testing going to edubuntu? do you have a release page?16:27
xnoxRiddell: i'm about to upload ubiquity with a few fixes..... =)16:28
Riddellxnox: oh? will that need respins?  gtk and kde?16:28
xnoxRiddell: gtk only.... + a few d-i components updates.16:29
Riddellknome: will you want a respin for that ubiquity change?16:30
xnoxbug #1260396 & bug #126047316:30
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1260396 in gtk+3.0 (Ubuntu Trusty) "Ubiquity window spans width of screen" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/126039616:30
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1260473 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "The slide bar that allow to rezise the partition does not appear" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/126047316:30
Riddellknome: can you confirm the release page on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TrustyTahr/Alpha2/ ?16:30
Riddellutlemming: no alpha 2 for cloud?16:30
xnoxRiddell: yeah, most of release pages need text copies from alpha2 notes.16:31
xnoxRiddell: or updated URLs to flavour websites, if that is used.16:31
xnoxRiddell: actually, I can't build ubiquity at the moment =) so no ubiquity update just yet.16:33
utlemmingriddel: yes, there will be16:57
utlemmingRiddel: the alpha2 is still processing16:57
xnoxRiddell: to be honest, i'm less worried about respins these days, as we have autopilot tests running on a dozen typical configurations doing a "click through as a user" installations.17:36
Riddellxnox: alpha 2 is for flavours which don't have that I think?17:37
xnoxRiddell: i believe it's running against all gtk flavours.17:37
xnoxRiddell: https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/search/?q=ubiquity17:37
xnoxubuntu, lubuntu, xubuntu, edubuntu, gnome17:37
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xnoxa (decentish) coverage. No kubuntu, as that's a different frontend / toolkit and needs it's own set of "scripts of button pushing" and asserts.17:38
LaneyI'd just let the flavour guys know and they can pick it up if they want it17:38
Laneyself service ho17:38
xnoxLaney: =)17:39
sil2100Hi everyone! Could we get an unblock from the freeze for webbrowser-app?17:40
sil2100It has a very important fix of a regression for Ubuntu Touch, and we're blocked on promoting a new image without it17:40
sil2100Pretty please :)17:41
xnoxRiddell: Laney: updated ubiquity is uploaded, let release team / flavours judge if they want it in. No strong preference when it lands (e.g. today or on friday)17:50
* xnox off to volleyball17:50
Laneysil2100: xnox: Done18:07
Laneydarkxst: highvoltage: stgraber: knome: New ubiquity might be interesting for you18:07
Laneyif you want to self-service some respins18:08
* Laney → climbing, see you18:08
highvoltageLaney: enjoy, will check a bit later18:10
seb128Laney, have fun!18:12
sil2100Laney: thank you!18:22
stgrabernote that the new ubiquity is curently stuck in proposed due to build failures18:32
stgraberso respins won't pick it up18:32
ogra_cjwatson, in case you are intrested, i found the issue with live-build ... seems i cant run it inside a qemu-arm-static chroot because the build chroot will lack the qemu-arm-static binary in /usr/bin19:52
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* ogra_ finds LB_BOOTSTRAP_QEMU_STATIC20:12
Laneystgraber: it already failed in those places ;-)21:57
Laneywas assuming/hoping people would check it was in release before pressing ze button21:57
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xnoxstgraber: i don't see ubiquity stuck due to build-failures.23:34
xnoxstgraber: it's just arm64 & ppc64el don't have X capable of changing keyboard layouts yet =)23:35
xnoxstgraber: which i guess should be fixed sooner rather than later.23:35
stgraberxnox: hmm, looks like it got copied over, must have been something else slowing down the copy then as last I looked it was still in -proposed hours after upload23:39
xnoxstgraber: yeah. not sure why Laney unblocked ubiquity, I thought the consensus across flavours is needed. I guess Laney expressed it as, "each flavour may choose to push the respin button to get new ubiquity" =)23:42
stgraberyeah, that's fine23:42

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