Sweet5hark1hmm, what does setting a target on a git-repo mean? what does it change?00:19
wgrantSweet5hark1: The target is the project that the repository is in.00:19
Sweet5hark1wgrant: "in" meaning what? I mean, if a repo is owned by me but has a target package in ubuntu, what does each of that mean for the repo?00:21
wgrantSweet5hark1: The owner can write to the repo.00:22
wgrantThe repo shows up in the target.00:22
Sweet5hark1wgrant: where in the target? I did set my owned repo to target ubuntu/libreoffice, but cant see any reference to it on either https://code.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libreoffice/+all-branches or https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libreoffice00:25
wgrantAh, that's a bug with packages that have no branches.00:25
wgrantSweet5hark1: Ubuntu's official VCS is bzr, so those pages show bzr branches by default. There's meant to be a "View Git repositories" link if there are git repositories, but it looks like that mightn't show for packages that don't have any bzr branches.00:26
wgrantMost Ubuntu packages do have bzr branches, due to UDD, but libreoffice is an infamous exception to that rule.00:27
Sweet5hark1wgrant: ah ok.00:27
Sweet5hark1"infamous" hrhr00:27
wgrantSo I think you get to file another bug :D00:27
wgranthttps://code.launchpad.net/~bjoern-michaelsen/+git says it's in the right place.00:28
Sweet5hark1no biggie, just playing around with it for now to get used to it. but yeah, will file a bug.00:29
wgrantThere are only a handful of packages that are sufficiently big to never have imported at all, so not a case we would have found easily in manual testing :(00:30
Sweet5hark1wgrant: http://vmiklos.hu/blog/so-many-bugs.html "Based on technology proudly breaking your toolchain since 1985"00:34
wgrantHeh, definitely.00:34
Sweet5hark1filed as bug 1511573.00:36
ubot5bug 1511573 in Launchpad itself "Ubuntu packages w/o bzr repos miss "View Git Repositories" on the code page even when there are git repos with the target set" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/151157300:36
Sweet5hark1hmm, so setting the target on a repo apparently changes the url for it. So I "moved" the repo by setting a target and then duplicated it by pushing to the old url.00:45
wgrantRight, it is "in" the target in the URL sense.00:46
Sweet5hark1Yeah, and its unlikely this does any harm.00:47
Sweet5hark1wgrant: If I push to a lp:~$owner/ubuntu/+source/package/+git/something url when there is nothing there yet, would that a/ work at all and b/ automagically set the target?00:48
wgrantSweet5hark1: Yes, the target and owner are defined by the URL.00:49
Sweet5hark1wgrant: great00:49
wgrantYou only need the /+git/name if you need multiple repos for the same owner and target.00:49
saiarcot895Hi, is ppc64el supposed to be an unrestricted architecture (for building packages of this architecture in a PPA)?13:10
Sweet5harkhttps://code.launchpad.net/~documentfoundation/df-libreoffice/+git/core/+edit <- unchecking "owner default" ooopses here reproducable ....15:28
krootHello, I want to include the list of people that have contributed translations to my project through Launchpad, but I can't find a way to export the list of translators. Is there an API I can call to have it download?17:10
alaihi can someone please help on filing a bug on launchpad?  https://bugs.launchpad.net/charms/+source/odl-controller20:53
alaiit gives error: "odl-controller" does not exist in Juju Charms Collection. Please choose a different package.20:53
alaii see a bug there using the odl-controller package20:53
alaicjwatson ^^20:54
cjwatsonthat's right, you can't file a bug on a package in a distribution if it doesn't have an official series link, which this doesn't.  you might be able to file it elsewhere and reassign20:56
cjwatson(but I'm not checking the details at 9pm on Friday)20:56
alaiah thanks20:59
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