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Akiva-Thinkpadpopey_, Ubuntu App Cats? Oh brother...06:01
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dholbachgood morning07:07
Akiva-Thinkpaddholbach, morning07:20
dholbachhi Akiva-Thinkpad07:21
Akiva-Thinkpaddholbach, tell me something unique about yourself.07:21
Akiva-Thinkpador random07:21
Akiva-Thinkpador whatever :)07:21
Akiva-Thinkpaddholbach, like, what colour is your cat?07:25
dholbachI'm a bit busy right now, sorry07:26
Akiva-Thinkpadgood enough07:26
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mihirballoons: ping !!08:04
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JamesTaitGood morning all; happy Monday, and happy Milk Chocolate Day! :-D08:29
justCarakasJamesTait: I prefere pure chocolate :p08:33
JamesTaitI only have dark chocolate here.  Would it be wrong to celebrate milk chocolate day with dark chocolate?08:33
Akiva-ThinkpadJamesTait, It would be a bitter way to celebrate.08:34
Akiva-Thinkpador rather08:34
Akiva-Thinkpadit would be bitter to celebrate with dark chocolate ^_^08:34
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dpmpopey, I'll be 1 minute09:59
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dpmpopey, ok, all set10:07
popeydpm: am in the hangout10:08
Akiva-Thinkpadis there a hangout going on?10:09
popeyno Akiva-Thinkpad10:09
Akiva-Thinkpadclassroom, or live?10:09
Akiva-Thinkpadokay carry on :P10:09
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davmor2popey: DanChapman: Number one dekko bug for me right now, sliding up reply on an email that has come from a mailing list only has the email address of the user that sent the mail to the list :(  Bug report shortly if there isn't one already :)10:29
davmor2Honest I didn't spend the entire weekend on my phone test honest10:30
davmor2well at least that's what I told me wife anyway, I think she believed it as much as you guys though :(10:31
DanChapmandavmor2, :-D yes at the moment it basically does a kind of "reply all" action based on the FROM, CC & BCC lists and is indeed annoying for ML's since dekko should really be using the Reply-To header instead. Bug report would be great thanks :-D10:39
davmor2DanChapman: will do as soon as I finish the blocker emails10:40
popeydpm: thanks! :D sorry for cutting in the middle of your sentence ☻10:44
dpmpopey, np, just saying welcome back ;)10:45
davmor2DanChapman: https://bugs.launchpad.net/dekko/+bug/1349365 all yours chap :)10:48
ubot5Launchpad bug 1349365 in dekko "Impossible to auto reply to a mailing list" [Undecided,New]10:48
DanChapmandavmor2, awesome ... thanks :-)10:52
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dev30hello is anyone here in the chat11:31
justCarakasI don't see anyone in the user list11:31
dev30I have a question about programming for the ubuntu platform11:32
dev30Can you use java to program your applications for ubuntu?11:33
dev30The reason I ask is becausethis the language I'm learning.11:33
dev30Also, I see that the sight is pushing for html 5 and QML.11:34
dpmhi dev30, java is not supported. You could theoretically use it, but it's not supported for Ubuntu apps11:37
dev30ok, so I need to learn QML11:38
dev30Thanks, Artmello I'm going to call it a day.11:41
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nik90renatu: ping11:45
t1mpwho should I be asking for help with writing unit tests?11:48
t1mpI wonder if there is a way to check that setting a property in qml produces a warning message11:48
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qtrosHi all13:05
qtrosCan someone try my click package on phone? https://yadi.sk/d/ilqqMKz1Y3J4j13:05
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justCarakasqtros what does it do ? I can maybe try it at home if I remember13:12
qtrosjustCarakas hello) It's cloud storage client)13:13
justCarakasqtros: for what cloud ?13:19
nik90popey: hey, welcome back :) Had a fun vacation?13:22
popeyyo! yes, thank you!13:23
popeyhows it going?13:23
popeylots of email to catch up on ☻13:23
nik90going good13:23
nik90I can imagine13:23
nerochiarooSoMoN: do you know if it's possbile to write a qml unit test for a compnent that imports webbrowserapp.private ?13:29
oSoMoNnerochiaro, that’s probably not easy to achieve, which component are you thinking about?13:31
nerochiarooSoMoN: if you look at https://code.launchpad.net/~phablet-team/webbrowser-app/webbrowser-app-simplify-address/+merge/224298 I basically just decided that instead of messing around with regular expressions I would just leverage QUrl to parse urls and extract the domain from it. So I wrote a small C++ helper and exposed it to QML13:32
nerochiarooSoMoN: and import it from AddressBar.qml13:33
nerochiarooSoMoN: but that requires importing webbrowserapp.private13:33
nerochiarowhcih works but not in tests13:33
oSoMoNnerochiaro, looks like you just reinvented a simpler version of src/app/webbrowser/domain-utils.h13:35
oSoMoN(it’s not exposed to QML yet, but could easily be)13:36
nik90kalikiana: I would need read access to the document you send me :)13:36
nerochiarooSoMoN: how would you expose that to QML without requiring importing webbrowserapp.private13:41
qtrosjustCarakas Yandex.Disk13:43
oSoMoNnerochiaro, I’m not saying that it can be exposed to QML magically, just saying that this new code (mostly) duplicates some existing code13:43
nerochiarooSoMoN: i'm happy to fold both into one, but I don't know how to expose it to QML without requiring that import. I'm asking for help on it :)13:43
oSoMoNnerochiaro, well afaik there are only two ways to expose something to QML from C++, either by registering a new component type, or by setting a property on the global context, and in your case the former looks like the correct way to implement it, so not sure qml unit tests can easily be written for it13:45
nerochiarooSoMoN: but the problem is also that it will break existing tests that import addressBar so it's not a good solution. why wouldn't exposing things in the global context a good idea in this case ? it might not be the cleanest possible thing to do but it should work13:46
qtrosoSoMon don't forget about singleton type ;)13:47
nerochiaroqtros: what do you mean ? qml doesn't have singletons, does it ?13:47
oSoMoNqtros, right, that one too, but it needs to be registered into a module and imported, pretty much like a non-singleton type13:47
oSoMoNnerochiaro, it does13:47
qtrosnerochiaro C++ can register singleton13:47
qtrosoSoMon you are right too ;)13:48
nerochiarohow do you use it from QML ?13:48
oSoMoNnerochiaro, http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5/qtqml-cppintegration-definetypes.html#registering-singleton-objects-with-a-singleton-type13:48
qtrosnerochiaro something like "MySingletonName.myMethod()"13:48
nerochiarook so it's like context objects just more namespaced13:49
nerochiarooSoMoN: actually exposing the helper object in the context won't solve our problem, because it won't be available in tests anyway13:50
nerochiarobleh, yet another case where a problem is solved simply and then a ton of time is spent on the tests13:51
oSoMoNnerochiaro, actually, thinking about it more, you might be able to modify the QML test runner (see tests/unittests/qml/CMakeLists.txt) so that it registers the types we’re interested in before running the tests13:53
oSoMoNargh, wrong window13:53
oSoMoNnerochiaro, the c++ source for the test runner is tests/unittests/qml/tst_QmlTests.cpp13:53
nerochiarooSoMoN: all it does is to call QUICK_TEST_MAIN. doesn't leave much room to add anything else13:55
oSoMoNnerochiaro, man, I’m giving you clues, I’m not gonna do the whole research for you, have a look at how QUICK_TEST_MAIN expands and whether there’s a way to plug something in there13:56
nerochiarooSoMoN: yeah, i'm doing just that, no worries13:56
kalikiananik90: dude, use the right google account :-)13:57
nerochiarooSoMoN: sorry if it sounded i wasn't doing my homework13:57
nik90kalikiana: ? :P13:57
nik90kalikiana: sure give me one with @canonical.com :D13:57
kalikiananik90: hmm I'll try again to add you, thought I had. just my typical problem is I got 3 accounts and it likes to use the wrong one :-P14:00
nik90kalikiana: hehe..make sure you try krnekhelesh@gmail.com14:00
kalikiananik90: what's the inital k for?14:01
nik90kalikiana: that's my last and middle name (Kandasamy Ramananthan)14:01
kalikianaah that makes sense14:05
kalikiananik90: btw you should've gotten email with the g+ doc14:06
nik90kalikiana: yup got it. Looking at doc now14:06
nik90t1mp: hey, everytime I use the add icon, I get the following console message,14:14
nik90file:///usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/qt5/qml/Ubuntu/Components/Icon.qml:85:5: QML Image: Failed to get image from provider: image://theme/add14:14
nik90t1mp: it isn't critical since I can see the icon, but still annoying to see it14:15
kalikiananik90: do you have suru-icon-theme installed?14:15
nik90kalikiana: I do14:15
nik90kalikiana: this is while running on the phone14:15
t1mpnik90: I don't see an 'add' icon when I do dpkg -L suru-icon-theme|grep add14:16
t1mpnik90: wait, I do see add.svg :)14:16
t1mpnik90: do you have that file as well?14:16
nik90t1mp: well i just did name: "add"14:16
nik90t1mp: I presume I wouldn't have it add .svg to tit14:16
t1mpnik90: the name is converted internally to an icon in the theme14:17
t1mpnik90: no you don't need to add an extension, it should be auutomatic when you set the "name" of the icon, not the "source"14:17
t1mpactually you can only set the name at the moment :)14:17
nik90t1mp: ok I may have found a way to reproduce it. It seems when I dynamically increase the size of the icon I get that error14:18
nik90t1mp: if I set a constant width and height I dont see that message14:19
t1mpSaviq: ^ may be related to the icon source problem that we encountered14:19
t1mpnik90: interesting14:19
t1mpnik90: do you only get the bug on the phone?14:20
nik90t1mp: no I get it on utopic desktop as well14:21
t1mpnik90: hmm14:21
t1mpnik90: looks like the warnings we get here at the bottom https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/job/ubuntu-sdk-team-ubuntu-ui-toolkit-staging-utopic-i386-autolanding/219/console14:21
t1mpQWARN  : components::Icon::test_name() file:///tmp/buildd/ubuntu-ui-toolkit-0.1.49+14.10.20140715bzr1130pkg0utopic219/modules/Ubuntu/Components/Icon11.qml:35:5: QML Image: Failed to get image from provider: image://theme/search14:21
t1mpnik90: that's part of this MR https://code.launchpad.net/~saviq/ubuntu-ui-toolkit/add-icon-source-property/+merge/22412214:22
t1mpnik90: can you report a bug for that with a small test program to reproduce it?14:22
nik90t1mp: yup that's the message I get. Sure on it14:22
t1mpnik90: we were stuck with that for a week, and we didn't find a way to reproduce it locally :)14:23
t1mpnik90: looks like you found it now14:23
nik90t1mp: ooh :)14:23
* t1mp afk, bbl.14:25
t1mpnik90: can you paste the link to the bug in  https://code.launchpad.net/~saviq/ubuntu-ui-toolkit/add-icon-source-property/+merge/224122 so I can find it when I get back?14:26
nik90t1mp: sure14:26
nerochiarooSoMoN: i think we should be good to go with this one: https://code.launchpad.net/~phablet-team/webbrowser-app/webbrowser-app-bookmark-timestamp14:26
t1mpnik90: thanks14:27
* t1mp off now14:27
oSoMoNnerochiaro, yeah, I’ll have another look, thanks14:28
balloonsmardy, did you have a chance to look at https://bugs.launchpad.net/reminders-app/+bug/1347905 today?14:33
ubot5Launchpad bug 1347905 in Ubuntu Reminders app "Autopilot tests fail to create fake account on device" [Critical,Fix committed]14:33
popeyfrecel_: hey hey, do you have some time to finish your pdf viewer sometime soon?14:37
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dpmhi nik90, balloons mentioned you had some cmake issues with the clock reboot. I'm aware of the i18n stuff not being there yet, but was there anything else?14:47
nik90dpm: yeah there were some issues regarding running autopilot tests. The contributor built the project using cmake, but couldn't proceed further14:48
nik90dpm: also I am not sure how to automatically update the package version depending on the bazaar branch rev no.14:49
nik90dpm: I tried implementing that sometime back but got cmake errors and couldn't figure out why14:49
nik90dpm: do you know what these custom targets are defined for ? =>http://paste.ubuntu.com/7885429/14:51
nik90dpm: Carla (who is working on the ap tests) moved the tests folder but did not update the cmake file. I am guessing this might be the reason why, but not sure what the custom targets were defined for originally'14:52
dpmnik90, I don't know, sorry, whenever I've ran autopilot, I've done it manually14:55
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rhuddieHi kenvandine, I was wondering if you managed to make any progress with getting the content-hub test exporter landed?16:08
rhuddiekenvandine, the reason being we need that to be in place so we can complete one of our high-level user experience test cases16:14
kenvandinerhuddie, not yet, but i plan to get back to that after i finish writing tests for the sound panel stuff i just added16:15
kenvandinealmost done16:15
rhuddiekenvandine, great, thanks16:16
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dpmnik90, ok, I'm about to call it a day, but I'll have a look at it this evening16:33
nik90dpm: thnx, I will check with bzoltan1 what the custom targets were about16:33
nik90ahayzen: ping16:45
ahayzennik90, pong16:46
nik90ahayzen: hey did you implement a listitem with actions similar to https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Kkl7xT8BYo9mT8i3IXh6rPrDlNg6cBxTajahlRYIGlI/edit#slide=id.g18883f09d_01116:46
ahayzennik90, https://code.launchpad.net/~andrew-hayzen/music-app/listitem-actions16:46
ahayzennik90, just waiting on final design/code review and possible this to land before (if i can get it approved first) https://code.launchpad.net/~andrew-hayzen/music-app/refactor-playlist-db16:47
nik90ahayzen: ok16:48
ahayzennik90, we had a slightly different spec...16:49
nik90ahayzen: I was looking through the address book which also has the custom swipe to delete16:49
nik90not sure which one to go for16:49
ahayzennik90, https://docs.google.com/a/canonical.com/presentation/d/1nVsSFstybsOcsu1p9LfuVyYoi9Kuv3GAw7iiWX1QAwY/edit#slide=id.g383df1390_0016:49
ahayzennik90, slide 2 is our main reference16:50
nik90ahayzen: ok. Yeah I just need one action which is delete but with a red background. I think I might go with the address book implementation since it is similar to my design spec.16:51
nik90ahayzen: this is anyway temporary until post rtm when we get these from the sdk anyway16:51
ahayzennik90, yeah probably best we have a delete on the left and actions on the right16:51
ahayzennik90, exactly16:51
ahayzennik90, and we need reordering as well..so ours comes with alot of stuff16:51
nik90ahayzen: ah yes16:51
ahayzennik90, but we should probably try and make the behaviour consistent between us16:52
ahayzen...until the SDK lands :)16:52
nik90ahayzen: check out the address book swipe delete to see their behaviour16:52
nik90ahayzen: that's what I was asked to do as well by the desingers16:53
nik90ahayzen: it has a slight spring like animation when you let go and other little tweaks16:53
ahayzennik90, blimey yeah! springy16:53
ahayzennik90, other than the springy and red...it is similar to ours16:53
ahayzen...but we have the text showing as well16:54
nik90ahayzen: one more thing before I run of, did you try the fastscroll implementation?16:54
ahayzennik90, ah yes it is on our 'list'...but listitem-actions, playlist-db, content-hub, bottomedge support are higher priority atm16:55
nerochiarooSoMoN: when you have a minute, if could provide any hints: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/7886366/16:55
nik90ahayzen: I tried it today in the clock app. For the most part it works, so when you scroll to say "B", it highlights that in the fastscroll correctly. However when I press on a letter in the fastscroll, it doesn't move to that section.16:55
ahayzennik90, i think Victor looked at it and thought it should be relatively simple todo16:55
nik90ahayzen: I will have to talk to renatu about this16:55
ahayzennik90, hmm interesting16:55
ahayzennik90, all i'll say is bottom edge for us is fun :)16:55
ahayzennearly got it working..but then had this playlist-db chaos to resolve first16:56
nerochiarooSoMoN: I unpacked the definition of QUICK_TEST_MAIN essentially, if I don't add the qmlRegisterType everythings is ok. I'm probably just missing some loader flag in the CMakeLists.txt but can't find out what16:56
nik90ahayzen: ah16:57
nik90got to go16:57
* nik90 afk.bbl16:57
ahayzennik90, o/16:57
oSoMoNnerochiaro, the undefined reference to symbol suggests you need to add a private module to qt5_use_modules(…) in the corresponding CMakeLists.txt17:02
oSoMoNnot sure if there is a matching cmake definition for said private module though17:04
dpmpopey, (or someone else) could you top-approve https://code.launchpad.net/~dpm/ubuntu-filemanager-app/readable-root-fix-1331699/+merge/224046 ? It's already been approved by Arto, but I should not really be the one top-approving, as I submitted that branch :)17:05
dpmand one more from the red list down :)17:07
nerochiarooSoMoN: it's strange you have to do so when qmlRegisterType is part of public Qt17:19
oSoMoNnerochiaro, but it’s not the use of qmlRegisterType alone that triggers the build error17:20
nerochiarooSoMoN: if i remove it everything is fine. but yes, i guess it's a combination17:20
svenxin 14.04, what is the top bar called? i'm trying to find the canonical and current documentation for how to add custom icons up in the right corner17:22
svenxthey apparently *used* to be called app indicators, but all links on https://unity.ubuntu.com/projects/appindicators/ are dead17:22
svenxas far as i can tell, that bar is called the unity "panel", and held within the NUX framework17:23
svenxindicators are then yesterday's news..?17:23
popeythey are indeed called indicators17:24
svenxeven with unity 7 in 14.04?17:24
svenxwhat's the current link to the documentation for it, do you know?17:25
svenxeven http://developer.ubuntu.com/resources/technologies/application-indicators/ is dead17:25
mhall119svenx: the old API docs are still available at http://developer.ubuntu.com/api/devel/ubuntu-13.10/python/AppIndicator3-0.1.html17:27
svenxmhall119: old, but then also current, i take it ;)17:27
mhall119yes, I don't think those APIs have changed since 13.1017:27
mhall119thanks for letting us know about the broken links on unity.ubuntu.com, I'll get those fixed17:28
svenxmhall119: great!17:29
svenxmaybe i'm going about this the wrong way.. i guess i'll have problems with actually accessing the $DISPLAY17:29
svenxi'm triggering an automatic SD-card sync based on udev rules17:29
svenxit will spawn processes under udev, not under my x session.. so i can't add stuff to the GUI willy nilly17:30
svenxubuntu might have a more unity-friendly way of triggering events based on udev .. events17:30
mhall119ummmm, I'm not sure how you would go about triggering user-session things from a system-level event17:32
svenxi've disabled the automount and automount-open things in gconf at least17:33
svenxi guess there's loads of dbus magic going on17:33
mhall119popey: you might want to get in touch with this guy about working with (or on) the music app: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+TuranMahmudov/posts/UT9ebpMETny17:39
ahayzenmhall119, yey more people \o/ .... FYI this sounds similar to the use case? https://code.launchpad.net/~andrew-hayzen/music-app/content-hub-dest-support17:40
ahayzen...which comes from bug 134744417:41
ubot5bug 1347444 in Ubuntu Music App "Music app does not expose download handler" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/134744417:41
mhall119ahayzen: yeah17:42
ahayzenmhall119, we're a little blocked on that at the moment... bug 1205355 .. and we need a way of reloading the mediascanner2 models17:43
ubot5bug 1205355 in ubuntu-download-manager "Content-Disposition is not used to get the file name" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120535517:43
beni_is working?18:06
Fish-Gutshi folks. i am writing a program that needs to include arpa/inet.h. inet.h includes features.h and features.h includes sys/cdefs.h which cannot be found. i have libc6-dev installed and i am runnign gcc 4.8 on ubuntu 14.04 64bit20:03
Fish-Gutsany hints?20:03
Fish-Gutsno one? :(20:12
gerlowskijaballoons: ping20:20
balloonsgerlowskija, howdy20:20
gerlowskijaHi.  I think I've got a fix for at least one of the test failures on the event-delete bug I've been working on (Bug 1334883)20:22
ubot5bug 1334883 in Ubuntu Calendar App "Deleted events still appear on the day view" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/133488320:22
gerlowskijaoh, that's a nice little feature, didn't know it would autodetect like that.20:22
gerlowskijaanyway, if I push up the fix, can you retrigger the Jenkins build please?20:23
ahayzent1mp, ping20:29
elopioping boiko: the dialer tests are failing on trunk on because the dialed number is not being formatted.20:36
elopiowas that an expected change?20:36
boikoelopio: hmm, not really, the number should still be formatted20:41
boikoelopio: the formatting now depends on the locale, but renato added code to switch to english before running the tests20:41
elopioboiko: I'm not sure, but I suspect this is the change that triggered the failures20:41
elopioand I have no idea where that defaultRegion comes from, or how to set it properly for the tests.20:42
boikoelopio: it comes from telephony-service I think: https://code.launchpad.net/~renatofilho/telephony-service/default-region-based-on-locale20:44
elopioah, I see, nice.20:45
elopioboiko: any pointers to where renato set up the tests?20:45
boikoelopio: let me find it20:46
boiko_elopio: I was sure it got merged, but it seems I'm wrong, let me find where this code was. I saw it on one of renato's MRs20:54
boiko_elopio: so, I looked at the backlog and found why we didn't fix it yet: it is because we didn't find a way to fix it on the device20:55
balloonsgerlowskija, yes I can retrigger jenkins anytime, just ping20:56
boiko_elopio: we were trying to just change the language env vars, but for upstart that doesn't work20:56
elopioballoons: have you played with upstart and the locale?20:57
boiko_elopio: so, for now we are relying on the system being in english for it to work, not ideal, but we didn't have time to investigate further20:57
elopiofginther: and you might know, what's the locale on the jenkins utopic runners?20:58
balloonselopio, hmm.. I think I did at one point with calendar, why?20:58
elopioballoons: because for dialer, we either need to start with the US locale, or we need to format the expected results.20:58
balloonselopio, calendar sets it with the fixture;         self.useFixture(fixtures.EnvironmentVariable('LC_ALL', newvalue='C'))20:59
balloonselopio, that said, you can do it more the music_app style and set the env var in the upstart call if you wish20:59
gerlowskijaballoons: Just pushed up the updated branch21:01
elopioboiko_: we can set environment variables on desktop, and upstart variables on the phone.21:04
elopiobut LC_ALL=en_US ./src/dialer-app doesn't seem to get the numbers formatted for me.21:04
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elopioLANGUAGE=en ./src/dialer-app21:06
elopiothis works :)21:06
balloonsgerlowskija, building21:06
elopioboiko: I'll make an MP.21:09
boikoelopio: nice, thanks!21:09
gerlowskijaballoons: ugh, I forgot to run pep8 again.  I pushed an update to the branch21:21
fgintherelopio, en_US.UTF-821:50
elopiofginther: is the LANGUAGE environment variable set?21:51
fgintherelopio, here's the full output: http://paste.ubuntu.com/7888666/21:51
elopiofginther: thanks.21:52
elopiothat's weird. Lets see if my branch succeeds.21:52
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gerlowskijaballoons: Hopefully last time I need to ask this, but would you mind retriggering the build on my branch when you see this?23:10
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balloonsgerlowskija, we should add you to the group23:36
balloonsgerlowskija, set your mp to ready for review23:37
balloonsgerlowskija, I put you in as a dev, so now jenkins will run on any mp you have set to ready for review23:38
gerlowskijaballoons: is "set ready for review" the same option as "propose for merging"?  Or is there some option I'm not seeing23:42
gerlowskijaand, thank you!23:42
balloonsgerlowskija, check the option at the top that says 'work in progress'23:44
balloonsclick the yellow exclaimation point23:44
gerlowskijaNice, will that trigger the build on its own then, or is there something else I can do to set it off?23:45
balloonsyep, every commit you do to any mp that is set as 'ready to review' will trigger jenkins to build it23:46
gerlowskijaOk, looks like it started...I got the email at least ;-p Thanks balloons!23:48
balloonsyou are most welcome23:50

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