slangasekbdmurray: 1401390> as a regression-update bug, yes, I think that's reasonable provided that it's passed verification this time00:35
Riddellstgraber: can you turn off cron for images?09:22
xnoxdarn, can't slip a new ubiquity in.09:33
MirvpreNEW binary check for indicator-network-tools in https://launchpad.net/~ci-train-ppa-service/+archive/ubuntu/landing-006/+packages would be needed (packaging changes https://ci-train.ubuntu.com/job/ubuntu-landing-006-2-publish/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/packaging_changes_indicator-network_0.5.1+15.04.20141216-0ubuntu1.diff)09:46
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Riddellutlemming: is cloud in alpha 1? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VividVermat/Alpha110:46
Riddellknome elfy: is xubuntu in alpha 1? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VividVermat/Alpha110:46
dokocjwatson, pitti: looka like we need some coordinated effort to get isl/gcc/ghc into -release10:47
Riddellahem, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VividVervet/Alpha110:48
Riddellalpha 1 freeze in place for kubuntu, ubuntu gnome, ubuntu kylin11:36
cjwatsondoko: isn't the problem just that gcc-4.9 is stuck at the excuses stage due to an autopkgtest regression?  I don't think ghc is actually directly involved, it's just that that stack all shows up in update_output because cpp is uninstallable with the current autohinted set11:37
cjwatsondoko: can't do much with the alpha 1 freeze block though ...11:38
cjwatsondoko: that autopkgtest failure looks transient as stated, retried, but it's been failing for a while11:39
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cjwatsondoko: here's the output if gcc-4.9 were included: http://paste.ubuntu.com/9539880/12:25
cjwatsondoko: so I think you just need to rebuild gnat-mingw-w6412:26
Laneyhint-tester, nice12:30
elfyRiddell: no - we are likely to start with a2 this time earliest13:07
dokocjwatson: right, already done. didn't see that it was built from a different source13:47
stgraberRiddell: so turn off for kubuntu, gnome and kylin?14:10
Riddellstgraber: yep14:10
stgraberRiddell: done14:12
* stgraber looks at the tracker now14:12
stgraberRiddell: alright, the tracker should be good to go too14:19
Riddellstgraber: is that not something I (or whoever is on duty) can do?14:19
stgraberusually, yes but the first milestone is special as I need to copy some data over from the previous series in the DB14:20
stgraber(which I arguably should be done at series opening time, but well, that never quite happens)14:20
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cjwatsonLaney: Yeah, finally decided to try it14:32
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rcjstgraber, cloud is in for alpha-1.  Odd_Bloke will be driving this time, with myself and utlemming as backup.15:10
stgraberRiddell: ^15:11
Riddellrcj: gotcha15:16
rcjRiddell, thanks.15:17
knomeRiddell, no, xubuntu isn't in for alpha 1 if you're still wondering :) and our new project lead is ochosi, so you'll want to ping him in the future :)15:54
Riddellhi ochosi, congratulations on your promotion15:58
Riddellstgraber: can your turn off the kubuntu-plasma5 cron for good?15:59
Riddellreal kubuntu is working nicely as plasma 516:00
stgraberRiddell: sure16:00
knomeRiddell, promotion... more work and more bureaucracy? yeah, congratulations ochosi ;]16:00
Riddellstgraber: how do we add builds to the vivid 1 milestone in iso qa?16:09
stgraberRiddell: if you want to rebuild anyway, just ask for a rebuild on the daily milestone and the build will get added to alpha 1 once it's done16:10
stgraberif you want to add an existing build, then it's a bit trickier :)16:10
stgraber(either need to manually add it through the UI using the exact same information as the existing one, or manually add the relation in the DB)16:10
infinityLess hassle to just rebuild all the dailies that are participating in A1 so they pop up on the milestone.16:11
Riddellgroovy worked it out http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/328/builds16:12
wxlstgraber: lubuntu is in for alpha 117:11
stgraberRiddell: ^ (I'll turn off cron, can you take care of the rest?)17:13
Riddellwxl: you're the lead?17:15
Riddellwxl: got a real name?#17:16
wxlRiddell: yep, Walter Lapchynski.17:17
Riddellwxl: ok let me know if you need anything added to iso tracker17:17
stgrabercron updated17:17
stgraberand enabled lubuntu in the vivid manifest17:19
stgraberRiddell: we have the IRC nicks of all the leads at: http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/series/47/manifest/full17:19
wxli just disabled the ppcs as we're trying to stick with lts on those17:20
Riddellah yes I always forget about that page17:20
wxlaw shoot what should the version string be? does it matter?17:25
* Riddell freezes lubuntu packages from transitioning17:26
Riddellwxl: 20141216 ?17:27
wxlreally, that's what we use for milestone releases?17:27
wxlsorry i forget this every time :)17:27
wxloh well17:28
wxlso do i need to request a rebuild now?17:28
argesinfinity: hey, i just did an 'sru-release utopic horizon', and ubuntu2 should have been copied to -updates, but alas it seems stuck in -proposed . Any ideas what I screwed up here?19:20
argesinfinity: n/m19:28
infinityarges: Lack of patience?19:47
argesinfinity: yea... the other ones were so quick.19:47
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argesinfinity: ok so I see https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/horizon/1:2014.2.1-0ubuntu2, yet rmadison -a source horizon | grep trusty-updates shows : 1:2014.1.3-0ubuntu1 . Its been like this for a while, not sure why this particular package is hung up21:51
argesok its all good22:06
* arges lays off the caffiene22:06

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