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tsimonq2Just wondering, does Ubuntu have support for HEVC yet? Or is that a Win10 only thing for now?05:36
tsimonq2And specifically version 3...05:36
tsimonq2Because Android supports it...05:38
tsimonq2And maybe I answered my own question, because VLC does...05:38
ubottuAudio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Audacious, Banshee, Listen, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, Exaile, XMMS2 (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine - See also !codecs05:38
tsimonq2Version 2.2.0 I thinl05:39
tsimonq2I am just going to go with that :P05:39
pittihallyn_: ah, all services run in their own cgroup, you can't entirely "unconfine" them07:38
pittihallyn_: as that's how systemd tracks service lifecycle, subprocesses, and reliable stopping07:38
sabdflhi folks, is there a known issue with the 14.04.3 installer, very long filenames in the ISO?07:45
sabdflnote the lack of a b :)07:45
jtayloraren't isos limited to 64 characters in the first place? or is that just restriction of some old format?07:49
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flexiondotorgpitti, deja-dup-caja has been in the Wily new queue for a few weeks now. Who should I talk to to request it is promoted?10:23
flexiondotorgpitti, It is a feature I would like to land for Ubuntu MATE 15.10.10:23
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mdeslaurcjwatson: thanks for the details regarding that extra openssh patch, I was definitely wondering why it nobody reported it anywhere else, and I couldn't reproduce the issue myself even on precise.11:28
cjwatsonmdeslaur: Yeah, my initial reaction was "hang on, why is that needed"11:29
cjwatsonthen git blame / git describe --contains ...11:29
flexiondotorgmicahg, Hi I the lead for Ubuntu MATE. I wanted to land Blueman2 in Wily but I've been (and still am) on jury service for the last 3 weeks.11:31
flexiondotorgmicahg, I see in mom that you've said you'll tackle the Blueman2 merge. Are you planning to do this for 15.10?11:31
tjaaltondoko: -intel built on wily breaks 90/270 rotation, vivid binary works. please explain :)11:38
dokotjaalton, missing context11:40
tjaaltondoko: same source built on wily fails11:46
tjaaltonall I can think of is the toolchain changes11:46
dokotjaalton, ENOCONTEXT11:47
tjaaltonxserver-xorg-video-intel, screen rotation is buggy on wily11:47
tjaaltonfiled a bug too 148692011:49
tjaaltonbug 148692011:49
ubottubug 1486920 in xserver-xorg-video-intel (Ubuntu) "[regression] 90/270 degree rotation is broken" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/148692011:49
dokotjaalton, does this happen with the version found in -release too?11:50
tjaaltonyes, the new snapshot doesn't break/fix things11:50
tjaaltonthe current one is basically the same as on vivid, plus some build-fixes11:51
tjaaltonhmm, libxrandr did change11:53
tjaaltonperhaps I'll try to comb through the libx* changes first11:54
dokotjaalton, if this doesn't help, please try building the package with -O0/-O111:57
tjaaltonok I will11:57
dokostill at DebConf this week, so will be on/off11:57
tjaaltonsure, this isn't super urgent anyway11:58
tjaaltonjust very puzzling..11:58
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tjaaltondoko: nah, tried both -O0 & -O1, and building against older libxrandr, none worked12:32
tjaaltonI'll update the bug and leave it for now12:33
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rbasakrsalveti: could you send your upload in https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cifs-utils/2:6.0-1ubuntu2 upstream please?14:38
rbasakrsalveti: it looks a bit odd to me, since the variable is named is_systemd_running and you're adding a check to see if it's installed.14:39
rbasakrsalveti: (I'm reviewing a merge for kickinz1; the merge won't change behaviour to keep the delta so I will upload as-is, but it should be resolved)14:40
frafuHi, As you may know, Onboard is the default on-screen keyboard of Ubuntu. We have just released a new micro update that contains among others a few bug fixes for wily. I have created a debianisation based on the package currently in wily. Could anybody with the appropriate privileges have a look at the sponsorship request before feature freeze kicks in? Thanks in advance.14:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1487009 in onboard (Ubuntu) " New bugfix release of Onboard (debanisation for wily provided) " [Undecided,New]14:48
rbasakfrafu: does it include bugfixes only? Then you aren't affected by feature freeze.14:54
frafurbasak: It is a new upstream release with bug fixes and also some small improvements for example in the auto-show feature and it also translation updates from rosetta.14:58
frafurbasak: It is not the package currently in the repositories with new patches; it is a new release. The changes are listed in the bug description of the sponsorship request linked above.15:03
rsalvetirbasak: yeah, that was only needed when we were still using upstart16:01
rbasakrsalveti: ah. It can be dropped now then?16:03
rsalvetirbasak: yes, we can just import latest from debian16:03
rbasakkickinz1: ^^16:04
rbasakkickinz1: as it's feature freeze today maybe easiest to just keep the delta this time to avoid having to retest etc. We can drop it next cycle. It won't cause any harm.16:04
frafuseb128: Hi, I wanted to let you know that we created a new micro release of onboard, the default on-screen keyboard of Ubuntu. It contains several bug fixes for wily, so it might be good to have it accepted before feature freeze kicks in later today. I debianised the new release basing it on the onboard package currently in the main repo. You can find the debianisation in the following sponsorship request:16:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1487009 in onboard (Ubuntu) " New bugfix release of Onboard (debanisation for wily provided) " [Undecided,New]16:34
seb128frafu, hey, sorry but I'm about to call it a day, I can have a look tomorrow, bugfixes updates are not subject to feature freeze16:35
frafuseb128: Thanks for looking at it tomorrow, but it does also contain some small improvements that might not be qualified as real bug fixes. There are however no new features. I hope it will be allright to get picked up also after feature freeze.16:39
seb128frafu, should be ok, you can still try to find another sponsor today as well16:39
frafuok, thanks for your help16:40
frafuinfinity: Hi, Would it be possible for you to have a look at the following sponsorship request before feature freeze kicks in? Thanks in advance.16:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1487009 in onboard (Ubuntu) " New bugfix release of Onboard (debanisation for wily provided) " [Undecided,New]16:53
mterrycoreycb, heyo!  re: bug 1477668, why is mysqldb no longer suitable?  i.e. why don't our openstack packages just use it instead?17:03
ubottubug 1477668 in python-pymysql (Ubuntu) "[MIR] python-pymysql" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/147766817:03
coreycbmterry, hey!17:07
coreycbthis is an overview of why upstream openstack is moving to pymysql https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/PyMySQL_evaluation17:08
frafuAmpelbein: Hi, As a member of the sponsorship team, do you have some time to look at the following request before feature freeze kicks in?17:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1487009 in onboard (Ubuntu) " New bugfix release of Onboard (debanisation for wily provided) " [Undecided,New]17:10
mterrycoreycb, so nova, tornado, and taskflow are in main and depend on python-mysqldb.  As you mention in the MIR, ideally those are ported this cycle to use pymsql.  Do you think that can happen?17:17
mterryIt's feature freeze today; I don't know know whether that covers porting like that17:17
coreycbmterry, yes, and we can handle that17:18
coreycbpymysql is a drop in replacement for mysqldb so it shouldn't be a big deal17:19
coreycbmterry, but yeah that's a good question re feature freeze.  I imagine an exception would be allowed for that but not sure.17:19
mterrycoreycb, excellent.  I'm getting a test failure?  Looks like it hasn't been rebuilt in the archive for a while...  something may have bitrotten.  Do you see a build failure?17:20
coreycbmterry, let me look17:21
mterrycoreycb, https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=79601017:22
ubottuDebian bug 796010 in src:python-pymysql "python-pymysql: FTBFS: InternalError: (1317, u'Query execution was interrupted')" [Serious,Open]17:23
mterrycoreycb, looks like what I'm seeing17:23
frafuHi coreycb, Do you know anybody who could look at the following sponsorship request: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/onboard/+bug/1487009 ?17:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1487009 in onboard (Ubuntu) " New bugfix release of Onboard (debanisation for wily provided) " [Undecided,New]17:23
coreycbmterry, thanks.  I'll look into that and get back to you.17:24
mterrycoreycb, looks good besides17:24
mterrycoreycb, (plus needs a team bug subscriber)17:25
coreycbfrafu, has anyone in particular sponsored you in the past?17:25
coreycbmterry, got it, thanks!17:25
frafucoreycb: Yes, if I remember correct TheMuso, who is greyed at the moment. It is a good idea, I will try to look that up.17:28
coreycbfrafu, sounds good, he may be more familiar with your package17:29
frafucoreycb: Is there a way to look up who sponsored the previous sponsorship requests?17:33
juliankmeh, I changed the HEAD of the upstream APT repository today, and now launchpad imported that to bzr. What will happen when I change it back?20:09
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