abcd5939Hi, is it possible to non-launchpad members to subscribe directly to mailing lists hosted on launchpad without subscribing to launchpad itself?08:05
abcd5939like through the regular Mailman interface: http://lists.alioth.debian.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/debian-science-maintainers ?08:05
wgrantabcd5939: No, you need a Launchpad account to subscribe to a Launchpad mailing list. But that just requires email verification, same as a normal mailman subscription.08:12
abcd5939wgrant:  it one step more: 1 verification and 2 subscription - right? in regular mailman it is one step08:14
wgrantabcd5939: You need to click subscribe once you're logged in, that's true.08:15
ePierreHi everyone!08:22
ePierrequick question: now Git is supported on Launchpad, is there a documentation on how to migrate from bzr to git?08:22
ePierre(for an existing Launchpad project)08:22
cjwatsonePierre: We haven't had time to put much in the way of migration docs together yet, no; more importantly there are still some UI holes in the process of actually migrating, which we're working on fixing.08:23
ePierrecjwatson, ok thanks! So you recommend patience for the time being? :)08:24
cjwatsonFor the moment :-)08:24
cjwatsonePierre: Right now, we're really keen on people who know how to do it, and people who already have git repositories they wanted to host with us, pushing things and helping us to sort out the gaps08:25
ePierrecjwatson, ok!08:28
=== mquin_ is now known as mquin
mgzhow do I do that "status tracked in <particular series>" thing?11:46
wgrantmgz: "Target to series"11:54
wgrantThe main task says "status tracked in <development series>" when there's a non-Won't Fix task for the development series.11:55
mgzwgrant: ah, I see, if I add a task for "trunk" I get it11:58
=== JanC_ is now known as JanC
=== debfx_ is now known as debfx
=== anthonyf is now known as Guest56189
=== anthonyf is now known as Guest84788
bdmurraywgrant: Do you know why the first package version in this would not have any binaryFileUrls? http://paste.ubuntu.com/11117439/18:35
dobeyhmm, i wish i could go through and delete recipes created by other people that are broken, not being maintained, and it's obvious they just clicked on "create a recipe" and then "ok" to get it created, without understanding what needs to happen19:41
bdmurraycjwatson: Do you have any ideas about my previous question?20:16
bdmurraycjwatson, wgrant: it works fine with lxd-client and the two most recent package uploads...20:45
=== Spads_ is now known as Spads
cjwatsonbdmurray: can have a look tomorrow morning if nobody beats me to it; it's not intuitively obvious to me, will need to dig23:16
bdmurraycjwatson: okay, thanks. It seems to depend on the package - lxd-client works and so does udev.23:19
cjwatsonbdmurray: I think that BPPH.binaryFileUrls() only works for things that are actually still published, at least right now - it's looking for BinaryPackageFilePublishing rows that are attached to the very same BPPH, which isn't going to work here because superseding a package involves creating a new BPPH23:26
cjwatsonthe same is not true for SPPH.binaryFileUrls()23:26
cjwatsonbdmurray: I think this is a bug - it's certainly weirdly inconsistent23:27
cjwatsonbdmurray: It doesn't look especially hard to fix, it would just need to go through BPPH.binarypackagerelease internally23:27
cjwatsonQuite possibly just replace self.files with self.binarypackagerelease.files in the implementation, in fact23:30

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.7 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!