jibelSaviq, I supposed we don't have to verify silo 48, it is xenial only, right?10:43
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renatutrainguards, what is happening with this silo? https://requests.ci-train.ubuntu.com/#/ticket/57012:50
renatuall bug reports was marked as fix-released bug the silo still on "Proposed pocket" and the mr was not merged yet.12:51
Mirvrenatu: not all, address-book-service is still in proposed and the bug is not set to fixed http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html#address-book-service12:54
Mirvrenatu: it might be stuck due to evolution-data-server transition12:54
Mirvyeah looks like so according to http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_output.txt - uninstallable packages ie rebuilds needed, desktop team probably knows about it12:55
seb128Mirv, renatu, you should probably force merge in that case, e-d-s is in a new soname transition with poppler gnome-desktop libgtop etc and that's all blocked on a binutils issue making webkit fails to be build on arm6412:57
Mirvseb128: ok then12:58
renatuseb128, Mirv , ok thanks, I will try that12:59
Mirvrenatu: it's now up to trainguards only so that each case like this gets discussed12:59
Mirvrenatu: so I'm running it now12:59
renatuMirv, thanks12:59
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Saviqjibel, didn't know what the approach there was, if you don't verify xenial, yes, silo 48 can go13:19
Saviqmarked "Publish without QA" now13:19
dobeyMirv: hmm. who do we need to get to publish silo 26?13:48
Mirvdobey: any core-dev https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-core-dev/+members - kenvandine for example starts to be around at this time13:50
Mirvdobey: the only change requiring core-dev rights is also in the apparmor, and done by _a core-dev_ (jamie), but it still means the silo publishing needs to be done by a core-dev13:50
dobeyright; i just wasn't aware it was validating it at that level for landings to the overlay PPA13:51
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Mirvyes it's the same rules for overlay nowadays14:01
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rvroSoMoN: ping15:40
boikorobru: what is up with that one? ^15:46
robruboiko: you're not authorized because of a packaging diff15:47
boikorobru: ah ok, yeah, I was expecting a "packaging changes need ack" :)15:47
boikorobru: I'll ask kenvandine to review those15:47
boikokenvandine: would you mind checking the packaging diff on silo 000?15:47
robruboiko: "packaging changes requiring ack" is only shown to people who are authorized to give the ack15:47
kenvandinewill do15:48
boikorobru: ok, it is just that the error message is not precise, as I am authorized to upload it as long as there are no packaging changes :)15:48
boikokenvandine: thanks!15:48
robruboiko: it's perfectly precise. you are not authorized when there are packaging changes, and there are packaging changes, therefore you are not authorized. also non-mp sources require authorization15:49
robruI don't understand why this is so confusing. if you're not authorized you need to find somebody who is.15:51
oSoMoNrvr, pong, sorry was in a UOS session15:51
oSoMoNwhat’s up?15:51
oSoMoNsilo 6?15:51
boikorobru:well, as UI developer I got used to provide error messages that explicitly tell what went wrong, but doesn't matter much in this case, just wanted to check if it was just the packaging changes or something else15:52
kenvandineboiko, done15:52
boikokenvandine: thanks15:52
robruboiko: but I feel like this is being explicit, you are not authorized. it's not like the error message is "failed: 1" or something, we have seen that in the train in the past ;-)15:53
rvroSoMoN: Yes15:53
rvroSoMoN: First thing, Siete app doesn't turn off the screen15:54
rvroSoMoN: I just open the app, without starting the exercises15:54
oSoMoNrvr, let me check that15:54
boikorobru: maybe it was just not clear for me, but doesn't matter, I really just wanted to check what was going on15:55
robruboiko: ok15:56
oSoMoNrvr, siete is a pure QML app that doesn’t embed a webview, and it has ScreenSaver { screenSaverEnabled: false } in its main QML file15:58
oSoMoNrvr, the fix that’s in oxide only affects browser and webapps15:59
rvroSoMoN: Yeah, I was confused, but there was a change related to this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity-system-compositor/+bug/150214515:59
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1502145 in Canonical System Image "Apps can keep screen lit permanently" [Critical,Confirmed]15:59
oSoMoNrvr, the use case that is fixed in oxide is that one: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity-system-compositor/+bug/1502145/comments/1416:01
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1502145 in Canonical System Image "Apps can keep screen lit permanently" [Critical,Confirmed]16:01
rvroSoMoN: Ah, checking16:03
rvroSoMoN: Ok, works fine16:06
rvroSoMoN: I was checking the fix for volume while loading. It mostly works, but sometimes the browser freezes and starts playing the music, but doesn't show the video for a while16:07
oSoMoNrvr, the volume thing is a red herring, the real issue was playing a youtube video from a google search result page16:09
rvroSoMoN: Yes, the video is played16:10
oSoMoNrvr, that’s enough to validate the fix then :)16:10
rvroSoMoN: Is there a test case for this? https://bugs.launchpad.net/oxide/+bug/148810216:13
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1488102 in Canonical System Image "Soundcloud not working with the media-hub integration" [High,In progress]16:13
rvroSoMoN: Soundcloud tracks play fine in the browser16:15
oSoMoNrvr, what’s interesting to test is the soundcloud webapp (in the store, by alex abreu)16:19
rvroSoMoN: Ok, let me check16:19
oSoMoNrvr, it should continue playing while in the background, and it should also allow seeking in the track16:20
rvroSoMoN: what's the name of the app?16:21
rvrThere are not results for "souncloud"16:21
oSoMoNsoun*d*cloud :)16:21
rvrBad typing16:21
rvroSoMoN: Cool, it plays on the background. Although it cannot be paused/played with the MPRIS controls in the sound indicator.16:23
oSoMoNrvr, that’s probably a bug elsewhere in the stack, maybe in the sound indicator?16:24
oSoMoNrvr, I gotta go offline very soon, I’ll be back online in the evening, in the meantime if you have questions about silo 6 dbarth should be able to help16:25
rvroSoMoN: Cool16:27
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dobeykenvandine: can you publish silo 26 please?16:39
dobeysil2100: were you trying to get cordev btw?16:40
kenvandinedobey, i'll look16:40
dobeykenvandine: it has apparmor-easyprof-ubuntu in it, which requires coredev to publish it seems. thanks16:40
sil2100dobey: yeah, will re-try shortly16:41
kenvandinethere are several packaging changes though16:41
dobeykenvandine: to?16:41
kenvandineand ubuntu-push16:42
kenvandinedid a core-dev review those already?16:42
dobeypay-service was rewritten in go16:42
dbarth(for silo 6 and what oSoMon said)16:42
dobeykenvandine: i haven't pinged anyone to ack the packaging changes. you can do that too if it's needed :)16:43
dobeyoh yeah, the packaging changes in ubuntu-push are to make it build with gccgo16:43
kenvandinethose like simple16:43
jgdxanything up with the train?16:43
kenvandinepay-service is a much bigger change ;)16:43
jgdxcant log int16:43
dobeyyeah, pay-service is mostly a lot of deps changes16:43
kenvandinedobey, i need to pop out for lunch, i'll review when i get back16:44
dobeybecause of rewriting it in go16:44
dobeykenvandine: ok, i'm heading out to lunch too :)16:44
jgdxtrainguards: I can't log into https://requests.ci-train.ubuntu.com/ -- I'm never taken to sso16:44
robrujgdx: works for me, just tested it right now. can you sign in to other SSO sites?16:45
jgdxrobru, /me tries16:45
jgdxrobru, okay, now it works. Don't I feel stupid16:46
robrujgdx: hehe, no worries16:46
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sil2100jibel: we'll be ther ein a minute17:02
sil2100rvr, davmor2: ^17:02
boikorobru: why telephony-service is listed as "Not considered" in the excuses page?17:03
boikorobru: is it related to the unity8 tests that are running?17:03
sil2100jibel: we're there17:04
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sil2100boiko: yeah, the autopkgtests are still running17:05
sil2100Once those are done it might become a Valid Candidate17:05
boikosil2100: cool! thanks17:07
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kenvandinedobey, why change the dir for pay-service?18:58
kenvandineit's not a versioned lib18:59
dobeykenvandine: huh? the dir isn't changed19:00
dobeykenvandine: that's the binary name19:00
kenvandineoh, well why change the binary name?19:01
dobeykenvandine: i didn't change it back yet. we started doing some of this work in wily a couple months ago. it currently has both versions in wily (but the go version is incomplete so not really used there)19:01
dobey(and we don't ship wily phones anyway)19:02
kenvandinedobey, so it was renamed for wily? but it doesn't need to be?19:06
dobeykenvandine: well, really it doesn't matter what the name is. it's a dbus activated service, not something people run by hand19:07
kenvandinedobey, understood19:07
kenvandinejust being picky :)19:08
dobeybut yes, it was named -2 for the time being, so we could keep both versions building/working19:08
kenvandinedobey, i started out being concerned that it was expected to be parallel installed, etc19:08
dobeynah, nothing that complex :)19:08
kenvandineit's fine then19:08
dobeyboth versions are in the same package in wily19:08
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oSoMoNtrainguards: silo 6 has been validated by QA and is ready for landing, it’s targetted at vivid only but there are leftover wily packages in the silo, is that gonna be a problem?21:25
robruoSoMoN: no, packages in the ppa for a different series than what bileto is configured for will be ignored. that's a relatively new change, before a few weeks ago, any packages in a series other than what was configured in bileto would be copied to overlay ppa.21:30
oSoMoNrobru, excellent, so I’ll trigger publication21:38
robruoSoMoN: be my guest!21:38
oSoMoNrobru, did I ever thank you for your work on bileto?21:38
oSoMoNin any case, thanks again :)21:38
robruoSoMoN: haha probably, I've come a long way since pyexiv huh? ;-)21:39
oSoMoNso have I :)21:39
robruoSoMoN: yeah!21:40
robruoSoMoN: oh god, it's oxide. let's see if it diffs correctly ;-)21:41
robruoSoMoN: will probably take 15 minutes to diff21:41
robruoSoMoN: ah the build job has a successful diff. crazy how hard it's been to keep oxide diffing consistently.21:42
oSoMoNmterry, kenvandine: I need a core-dev to upload oxide to the overlay PPA (silo 6), could one of you guys handle it?22:09
kenvandineoSoMoN, looking22:11
kenvandineoSoMoN, do you know if there are packaging changes?22:13
kenvandineit'll take a while to get the diff here :)22:13
oSoMoNkenvandine, no packaging changes22:14
kenvandinei clicked publish22:14
oSoMoNkenvandine, thanks!22:48
oSoMoNrobru, huh, oxide went to the vivid archive (and is now sitting in the unapproved queue) instead of the overlay PPA22:51
oSoMoNI guess the PPA field of the request wasn’t set22:51
robruoSoMoN: correct22:51
oSoMoNrobru, can we undo this, and publish again to the PPA?22:51
robruoSoMoN: publishing to overlay ppa is only automatic for duals.22:52
robruoSoMoN: you'll have to ask in #ubuntu-release to have the -proposed version deleted22:52
kenvandineneed me to publish again?22:52
oSoMoNnot very consistent, but it makes sense22:52
robruoSoMoN: but if you change the ticket then kenvandine can publish again22:52
oSoMoNok, let me do those two things22:52
kenvandineoSoMoN, i need to step away for a bit... but i can hang out long enough to click publish again22:53
robruoSoMoN: yeah it's tricky. duals have to be more automatic because two different packages go to two different places. if you're just publishing to vivid though, it's possible that you really do want to SRU into vivid proper, so we can't just say "vivid is always overlay"22:53
oSoMoNkenvandine, I updated the ticket, can you publish again?22:53
kenvandineoSoMoN, done!22:53
kenvandinenow i need to run... i'll check in later22:53
robrukenvandine: thanks22:53
kenvandineoSoMoN, but hopefully you'll be gone by then... it's late for you!22:53
oSoMoNrobru, yeah that makes sense, I should have checked the request first (was initially filed by dbarth)22:53
oSoMoNkenvandine, thanks! that’s ok, my daughter is sick so I’m not gonna sleep much anyway…22:54
robruoSoMoN: please file a bug against lp:bileto that says something like "display giant warning when dest ppa field is blank"22:54
oSoMoNrobru, will do22:54
robruoSoMoN: thanks22:55
oSoMoNrobru, https://bugs.launchpad.net/bileto/+bug/151364923:02
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1513649 in Bileto "Warn when publishing to vivid and destination PPA field is left blank" [Undecided,New]23:02
robruoSoMoN: thanks23:12
oSoMoNrobru, what does "Migration: oxide-qt is in the silo (not yet published)." mean? I’m not seeing oxide-qt 1.10.4-0ubuntu1~overlay1 in the overlay PPA23:20
robruoSoMoN: publish failed because kenvandine forgot to check ACK_PACKAGING on the second run23:21
oSoMoNdarn, publishing this silo is like the neverending story23:21
oSoMoNkenvandine, still around?23:21
robruoSoMoN: it seems that there are packaging changes vs. overlay ppa even if there weren't for vivid SRU23:22
robruwhich strikes me as a bit odd...23:22
robruoSoMoN: https://ci-train.ubuntu.com/job/ubuntu-landing-006-2-publish/117/artifact/oxide-qt_packaging_changes.diff/*view*/ does this look right to you? oxide 1.9 -> 1.10? and stuff vendored in three levels deep?23:26
oSoMoNrobru, aha, those packaging changes are inside the chromium source tree, they could probably be excluded when creating the source tarball, but they are meaningless in any case23:29
oSoMoNand unused23:30
oSoMoNthe code that generates the diff and checks for packaging changes should probably discard changes to directories named "debian/" if they are not at the root of the tree23:30
robruoSoMoN: it's horrifying that chromium source tree contains a debian package.23:32
oSoMoNthe chromium source tree contains the entire known universe, and more23:33
robruoSoMoN: http://e.lvme.me/pzv5j7l.jpg23:33
oSoMoNI’m gonna go get some rest if I can, hopefully kenvandine can publish again when he’s back23:34
oSoMoN’night all23:35

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