pittiGood morning04:40
robert_ancellpitti, if you were looking to delete more packages I noticed that gnomescan is no longer in Debian and seems effectively dead upstream. So could be cleaned out of wily.04:57
pittirobert_ancell: simple-scan FTW!04:59
robert_ancellpitti, yeah, I feel a bit biased proposing deleting it... :)05:00
pittioh, gnome-scan05:00
pittirobert_ancell: *flush*, it's gone05:01
pittihallyn, mbiebl: I replied to your patch on the lxc ML (might be moderated, but I CC'ed hallyn)05:04
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dholbachgood morning07:08
jamespageany chance an archive admin could accepted python-oslo.service into wily? its a sync from debian experimental07:41
pittijamespage: done; will check in a bit for the binaries07:44
jamespagepitti, thankyou07:44
* jamespage goes to raise a MIR :-)07:44
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GunnarHjdarkxst: ping?11:58
darkxstGunnarHj, hey11:59
GunnarHjdarkxst: Sure, I can try to adapt the latest fixes in gnome-desktop3 to 3.16. Is the upstream code in a PPA somewhere?12:00
darkxstGunnarHj, I uploaded it to gnome3-staging/wily12:01
GunnarHjdarkxst: Aha, now I see it. Will do it later today.12:02
darkxstGunnarHj, was pretty calm this cycle for gnome-desktop, may just apply as is if your lucky ;)12:03
GunnarHjdarkxst: Yeah, hopefully I am. :)12:04
darkxstGunnarHj, also g-c-c in bug 146624512:22
ubottubug 1466245 in gnome-control-center (Ubuntu) "Update to 3.16" [Wishlist,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/146624512:22
darkxstthat will be a little tricker I dropped a bunch of code from the languages patch12:22
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GunnarHjdarkxst: Ack. Will look at g-c-c too.12:25
darkxstGunnarHj, thanks!12:27
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jamespagecjwatson, hey - coreycb and I have started to document our workflow using git on launchpad here - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/OpenStackPackaging12:57
jamespagethought you might be interested12:57
cjwatsonjamespage: Definitely, thanks - looks largely sensible.  Any reason you're recommending named repositories (i.e. with the trailing /+git/liberty-1) for contributors?13:05
jamespagecjwatson, that may just be us feeling our way through how things work13:06
jamespagecjwatson, that's what coreycb did for his proposed changes for our first milestone this cycle13:06
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cjwatsonYou normally only need to use named repositories as a contributor if you have some unusual requirement that causes you to have to use multiple repositories for your contributions, rather than just lots of branches in one repository.13:07
cjwatsonWe're expecting that just /~USER/TARGET is the normal case.13:07
jamespagewe can try that and see how it works13:07
jamespagethe awkward bit right now is having to propose three branches for a new upstream release13:08
coreycbcjwatson, thanks. I think I got that from the Repository URLs section of https://help.launchpad.net/Code/Git13:08
cjwatsoncoreycb: That documents all the available forms, but you don't have to use them :-)13:08
cjwatsoncoreycb: It does explicitly say that the common case is the owner-default repository, although maybe we should make it clearer and less jargony ...13:09
cjwatson(common case for contributors, that is)13:09
coreycbcjwatson, ok I'll try it out shortly13:10
cjwatsonjamespage,coreycb: Anyway, this is a minor-ish point, glad the rest seems to be broadly OK for you.  Have you run into any other oddnesses with Git-based MPs?13:12
cjwatsonWe aren't quite at the point of using them for Launchpad itself, but pretty close13:13
coreycbcjwatson, just the bit on proposing a merge as jamespage mentioned.  something command line based would be nice, and having the ability to propose all branch changes in one command would be nice too.13:14
cjwatsoncoreycb: That definitely gets into specific policy, but it should be easily doable using launchpadlib13:16
cjwatsongit_ref.createMergeProposal is exported13:16
coreycbcjwatson, good to know, thanks13:20
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pittichrisccoulson: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/oxide-qt/1.7.9-0ubuntu0.15.04.1 alert14:59
pittichrisccoulson: you SRUed a newer version into vivid without also updating wily, can you please do that too?14:59
chrisccoulsonpitti, yeah, I'm aware of that. I can't actually upload it myself15:00
pittichrisccoulson: ah, you got sponsored? do you still remember who did that?15:10
chrisccoulsonpitti, no, these are copied from the security PPA, which I can do15:12
chrisccoulsonThe wily upload is being sponsored right now15:12
pittichrisccoulson: ah, thanks15:12
chrisccoulsonpitti, it's uploaded now :)16:10
pittichrisccoulson: thansk!16:10
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cyphermoxhaah sorry :)16:59
ogra_now we know your password !17:00
cyphermoxwell, only the password to this VM that I keep reinstalling to test multipath :)17:00
ogra_yeah, thats what i would say as well now :P17:00
cyphermoxat least I suffix this with an s to make it more secure on my desktop17:01
mdeslaurcyphermox: wth, you use my laptop password as your vm password?17:04
cyphermoxgreat minds thing alike.17:04
davmor2cyphermox: ubuntu isn't the safest password here use mine Ubuntu see the capital U much safer with that there ;)17:08
jpdsdavmor2: I use "ubunut' these days.17:09
davmor2jpds: man you just the king of password17:10
ogra_you could add double security and use "Ubunut"17:10
davmor2ogra_: you're just trying to steal jpds 's password thunder17:11
jrwrenpeople use passwords?17:11
jrwrenah, nevermind. my ssh key has a password :)17:12
davmor2I bet it is really secure something like hunter217:13
davmor2I'm so glad that IRC hides you're passwords and ogra_ told me all about it :)17:14
ogra_yeah, the backlog above is full of ****** everywhere !17:14
mdeslaurand here I just changed mine from "os2forever" not too long ago17:15
ogra_even more ********** !17:16
davmor2ogra_: hahaha nicely played good sir nicely played :)17:58
davmor2ogra_: be careful on how you copy and paste those ************* though you might not like what it says to you ;)17:59
jrwrensorry, misdir18:00
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tkamppeterjdstrand, hi19:39
sarnoldtkamppeter: jamie's out for the week19:43
tkamppetermdeslaur, hi19:44
mdeslaurtkamppeter: hi19:45
tkamppetermdeslaur, it is about bug 1455644, it is a MIR for ippusbxd, the IPP-over-USB printer daemon. I have posted it some weeks ago, jdstrand has assigned it to himself and then nothing happened any more.19:46
ubottubug 1455644 in ippusbxd (Ubuntu) "[MIR] ippusbxd" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/145564419:46
mdeslaurtyhicks: that's for you ^19:46
tkamppetermdeslaur, probably he has taken it to check security aspects. Now jdstrand is on vacation. Can you have a look.19:47
mdeslaurtkamppeter: tyhicks will assign it to someone19:47
tkamppetermdeslaur, thanks.19:48
tyhickssorry, I must have missed the irc notification20:32
tyhickstkamppeter: hi - I've now added that MIR to our backlog tracker20:40
tyhickstkamppeter: note that there are a few other MIR security audits (and some other work) ahead of it20:41
tkamppetertyhicks, thanks, but it will get done before FF?20:56
tyhickstkamppeter: hopefully but we can still promote packages to main after FF20:59
barrycjwatson: you wouldn't happen to still be around would you?21:35
hallynis there a set of tools to script the updating of /etc/pam/* files from packages?21:58
sarnoldthere's a pam-auth-update, I've never used it myself though..22:00
cjwatsonbarry: yeah, sort of, late meeting22:00
barrycjwatson: ah, thanks.  question: the order of entries in /etc/apt/sources.lists matters when searching for a package to install, with entries in /etc/apt.sources.d/* coming after sources.list... right?  do the ppas set those repos up to prefer packages from the ppa if the versions class with archive versions?  and if so, how?  (trying to reproduce locally)  or am i on crack?22:07
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