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pittiBonjour tout le monde !06:19
hikikohi pitti06:20
pittihey hikiko, how are you?06:20
hikikoI'm fine, thanx pitti, and you? :)06:22
darkxsthey pitti hikiko06:22
hikikohi darkxst how are you?06:23
darkxsthikiko, I'm good06:24
darkxstcrazy storms here now, one of the chickens just got taken out by a cabbage leaf ;)06:25
pittihikiko: quite fine, thanks! had a nice first advent at home06:25
seb128good morning desktopers07:23
pittibonjour seb128 !07:28
seb128pitti, salut pitti, comment ça va !07:28
seb128today is stollen day, yummy ;-)07:28
seb128j'ai vu ton msg de hier, merci !07:28
darkxsthey seb12807:29
seb128hey darkxst07:29
darkxstgnome-user-share update is on ubuntu-desktop ppa07:29
darkxstthough I don't think I can even actually break anything when 3.0.4 was completely broken everywhere!07:30
seb128how broken?07:32
darkxstseb128, completely07:32
seb128since when?07:32
seb128I don't even remember what it's supposed to do07:32
seb128webdav shares?07:33
darkxstwebdav would have been broken since apache 2.407:33
darkxstthe other bit handling bluetooth push, had broken notifications07:34
seb128apache 2.4 was there before trusty07:34
seb128tells how many users try the webdav thing :p07:34
seb128I wonder if we should still try to SRU a fix07:34
darkxstseb128, could sru the apcache fixes07:44
seb128darkxst, btw why 3.14 and not 3.18? it seems that 3.18 only have translations updates compared to the previous one07:45
darkxstseb128, 3.18 drops all bluetooth07:46
seb128oh, they removed obexpush support07:46
seb128it was removed in a point update apparently07:47
seb128go GNOME07:47
darkxstseb128, I didnt see any value going past 3.1407:51
darkxstseb128, and that NEWS is wrong 3.14.2 still has the obexpush07:52
seb128darkxst, k, wfm08:09
seb128hey didrocks!08:09
seb128you managed to connect!08:09
hikikoep hi seb128 and didrocks :)08:09
seb128hey hikiko08:10
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didrockshey seb128, hikiko!08:12
didrocksseems freenode decided to rejoin servers!08:12
darkxstseb128, k, I will upload, even if there are regressions, its far better than what is there now08:12
seb128darkxst, +108:12
didrocksI had my own #ubuntu-desktop for a while <308:12
seb128thanks for working on the update08:12
darkxstdidrocks, what use is your own irc channel ;)08:14
hikikohahaha netsplit?08:14
didrocksdarkxst: at least, nobody to contradict me! :p08:14
pittioh, I'm back!08:21
pittiso again -- bonjour seb128 !08:21
didrockswb pitti! tu as aussi des problèmes sur freenode ?08:22
pittididrocks: ça va didrocks !08:22
didrocksça va, et toi ?08:22
pittiJ'ai eu cettes problèmes vendredi, mais aujourd'hui mon server était cassé08:22
didrocksah :/08:22
pittididrocks: ça va bien, merci ! nous avons eu un bon week-end et premier avent08:23
pittiseb128: avez-vous goûté le stollen ? :-)08:23
seb128hey pitti08:24
seb128pitti, oui, miam, il est très bon ! merci pour le msg hier ;-)08:24
pittididrocks: nous avons en manger au prochaine week-end aussi !08:24
didrockspitti: \o/08:25
* pitti donnes des accolades à didrocks et seb12808:25
* didrocks donne une accolade en retour à pitti08:25
* seb128 donne des accolades à didrocks et pitti également08:26
* didrocks fait de même à seb12808:26
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seb128Mirv, hey, are you working on landing the new qt to xenial?08:43
Mirvseb128: hi, yes, do you need something?08:44
seb128Mirv, no, just curious to know what's going on since I saw a few "no change rebuild" branches for e.g settings08:45
seb128Mirv, also it seems buggy that clock has to drop the use of audioroles in preparation of an update, it means the update is going to be abi incompatible and break apps in the store?!08:46
Mirvseb128: right, we've gone through all store apps because of that. the incompatibility is because we shipped something that was not submitted or accepted by upstream. when upstream accepted a version of the branch, we were already shipping our version for _stable_ users which is of course what should never happen. people should now know for better, and we agreed on this approach for the audio role prob08:51
Mirvlem. the clock actually was to be patched first so that it supports both old and new, but it was argued that it shouldn't use the feature at all so it was dropped instead.08:52
seb128Mirv, k08:55
Mirvseb128: well actually, it almost happened with QML Playlist again but I intervened the diverging from upstream and rc-proposed now has everything ported to the real upstream version of that one and two more bits are being upstreamed... these things happen when people change Qt without consulting with me :)08:55
seb128hey Trevinho08:55
TrevinhoHi seb12808:55
seb128Trevinho, how are you?08:55
seb128had a good w.e?08:55
seb128I was looking for you on friday but I can't remember why now :p08:56
Trevinhoseb128: oh, I missed the ping... in the afternoon I was out for a while...08:57
seb128Trevinho, no worry, I think it was about your new nautilus patch08:57
Trevinhoseb128: well, weekend passed. Nothing special. Just friends08:57
seb128Trevinho, is that still needed since the copy dialog is not a standalone dialog anymore08:58
Trevinhoseb128: the last one was for the dialogs such as "empty trash" or, "want to overwrite this"?08:58
TrevinhoWhich might not be shown on top08:58
willcookemorning all08:59
Trevinhomorning willcooke08:59
TrevinhoI also think I forgot to add another improvement I had in mind... But now it's lost :-(08:59
seb128Trevinho, I see09:00
seb128hey willcooke09:00
Laneyhey hey09:01
seb128hey Laney, you are early today!09:02
seb128had a good w.e?09:02
Laneywe went to the cat cafe09:05
pittihey Laney, how are you?09:05
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Laneyhey pitti!09:09
hikikohi Laney :)09:10
hikikowtf disconnect every 2 minutes09:10
Laneygood thanks, tea + #ubuntu-desktop, what more could anybody want?09:10
Laneyhow are you?09:10
Laneyhi hikiko! how's it going?09:10
hikikofine :D you?09:10
pittiLaney: good stollen along with the tea, of course!09:11
Laneyglad I didn't have to commute anywhere in the rain09:11
Laneyseb128: good weekend for you too?09:11
Laneyha, it's that time09:12
Laneyneed to get some09:12
seb128Laney, yes! played tennis on saturday (there was a 3 hours round-playing event organized, quite some people came) and had dinner with friends and played board games in the evening09:13
Laneysounds nice!09:13
seb128sunday a bit less exciting, cold and rainy day, we went to ikea and did nothing special otherwise09:13
Laneywe played "ghost stories" too but got defeated in about 30 minutes09:14
Laneystupid ghosts09:14
seb128oh, and like pitti we had some good stollen :-)09:14
willcookeTrevinho, seb128 - how are you guys fixed for a run through of the remaining rls-x-incoming bugs today?09:15
larsu_good morning!09:15
willcookemorning larsu_09:16
Trevinhohi larsu_09:16
hikikohi larsu_09:16
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Trevinhowillcooke: oh, right... Yeah, I should do it09:16
seb128willcooke, should be fine, do you have a timeslot in mind?09:16
seb128hey larsu! wie gehts?09:16
willcookeTrevinho, seb128 how does 10am UTC (45 mins from now) work?09:16
Trevinhowillcooke: ok09:17
seb128good for me09:17
willcookedesktoppers: get involved ^09:17
willcookeI'll put a HO link up later09:17
willcookehrm, my internet is slow.  Gonna reboot some gear...09:18
larsumorning willcooke, Trevinho, hikiko and seb128!09:19
larsuI'm great thanks :)09:19
larsuin a train again, back home09:19
seb128where did you spend the w.e?09:19
seb128Trevinho, https://code.launchpad.net/~3v1n0/nautilus/add-timestamp-operations/+merge/278748 ... is there any reason to not try to upstream it?09:20
larsuseb128: Hamburg09:20
larsuhow are you all?09:20
Trevinhoseb128: no, in fact I wanted to propose it09:20
darkxsthey willcooke09:20
darkxstand larsu09:20
seb128Trevinho, could you do it and update the patch header?09:20
larsuhey darkxst09:20
Trevinhoseb128: well, maybe for upstream some more refactoring is doable09:20
seb128Trevinho, also it would be good if there was some bug reference linked, so we know why we ship the patch09:20
Trevinhobut it was something I was considering09:20
seb128larsu, good!09:20
Trevinhoseb128: didn't I do it? I thought i had09:21
Trevinhoor I didn't push it yet09:21
seb128Trevinho, sorry, it's in the header09:21
seb128just not linked to the mp09:21
seb128Trevinho, would be good if you opened the upstream bug, even if you don't have a patch yet09:21
Trevinhoseb128: ah In my local copy I've https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nautilus/+bug/144559509:21
Trevinhobut I probably didn't push it09:21
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1445595 in unity (Ubuntu Xenial) "Empty trash from Launcher results in Nautilus window opening" [High,Triaged]09:21
Laneyis https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-control-center/+bug/1417980 meant to be targeted?09:22
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1417980 in unity-control-center (Ubuntu Xenial) "Add support for unified Xorg input driver" [High,New]09:22
Laneyafter the discussion last week09:22
seb128willcooke, ^09:22
RAOFseb128: You're welcome to sponsor colord-gtk to Debian if you'd like a new version soon :). It's got some binary NEW, so can't be source-uploaded; pitti's sid schroot is AWOL and my system decided to explode on Friday.09:22
larsuhi Laney!09:22
pittiRAOF: oh, my schroot is back, mvo fixed apt09:23
pittiRAOF: so I can sponsor it now09:23
Laneyoh hi larsu, missed you coming in09:23
RAOFpitti: Ah, sweet.09:23
* Laney doesn't read up far enough09:23
Laneyhow was train-destination-land?09:23
seb128RAOF, hey, seems pitti is on it, good ;-)09:23
willcookeseb128, Laney -  good call, I'll untarget09:23
* RAOF is still not *entirely* sure how the W10 update killed all booting, but I can now boot into Ubuntu at least.09:24
larsuLaney: very nice! Gotta say Sweet5hark wasn't lying about Hamburg ;)09:25
* RAOF also got to discover why my backups had been failing for the last couple of weeks! All manner of fun!09:25
LaneyI know nothing about this place09:25
* Sweet5hark looks at backlog.09:26
larsuhehe :)09:26
willcookeseb128, hrm, unsure how to untarget.  Do I remove the Xenial entry for each "Affects" package?09:27
seb128willcooke, correct09:27
pittiRAOF: uploaded09:27
seb128hey Sweet5hark09:27
Sweet5harklarsu: I thus assume you're in hamburg? welcome to the hanseatic city of olympic denial then!09:28
larsuSweet5hark: hahaha! Ya I spent the weekend there with my girlfriend09:29
larsushe's working there for a couple of weeks09:29
larsubut I'm on my way back now09:29
Sweet5harkI guess you had a good variety of weather to go along: from (winter) sunshine to (mild) storm flood ...09:31
larsumanaged to get some time for some walks through the city though09:31
larsuwhich was nice09:31
larsu(mostly st pauli and schanze though)09:32
larsuthose advertisments for pro olympia sure looked sad this morning :)09:32
Sweet5harkpauli and schanze are a good choice for a walk.09:34
* larsu quite likes pauli09:36
Sweet5harkmvo: around?09:43
mvoSweet5hark: yes09:44
Trevinhoseb128: in https://code.launchpad.net/~seb128/unity/update-apport-hook/+merge/278774 upstart log for the "unity" package is added by default?09:46
seb128Trevinho, there is no upstart job in the "unity" binary09:47
seb128Trevinho, unity7.conf is in libunity-core-6.0-909:48
Sweet5harkmvo: heya! I recently looked at the snapcraft docs -- A few questions that left me with: 1/ There are multiple "parts" to a build. Is there a way to declare dependencies between these? 2/ In general I missed info about the exact order in which the different steps (fetch, build, stage) are intended to be executed. Is it fetchA fetchB buidA buildB stageA stageB or fetchA buildA stageA fetchB buildB ...?09:48
seb128Trevinho, and yes if there was one it would be added09:48
Trevinhoseb128: oh right /usr/share/upstart/sessions/unity7.conf is provided by libunity-core-6.0-9...09:49
TrevinhoThat's a mistake though :o09:49
Trevinhoshouldn't that be in unity package? together with source_unity.py?09:49
Trevinhowow libunity-core provides so many unrelated thigns...09:50
seb128I was a bit surprised to find it there as well09:50
Trevinhomhmhmh... I think we should move those to "unity" or an unity-common pkg, isn't it?09:51
Trevinhoerr unity-data09:51
Trevinhoit contains even the icons... o_O09:51
mvoSweet5hark: 1> you can use the "after" keyword to specify order 2> hm, if that is not documented sergio is the best person to talk to, we should add it to the docs. I don't know the answer myself without looking but iirc its fetchA, fetchB....09:51
seb128hey mvo09:52
seb128mvo, didn't land the new apt on friday after all? ;-)09:52
seb128Trevinho, yeah, unsure what's going on there09:52
seb128Trevinho, maybe didrocks remembers09:52
seb128Trevinho, also I remember now why I wanted to talk to you on friday!09:52
mvoseb128: yeah, there was a unexpected regression on ubuntu due to our ld flags09:53
TrevinhoA possibility might be because libunitycore might need some gsettings schema, but that's the only thing I might think09:53
seb128mvo, oh, ok09:53
seb128Trevinho, could we drop the gconf backend?09:53
mvoseb128: the -Bsymbolic- stuff broke but its fixed now09:53
mvoseb128: so will happen today once debian accepts the 1.1.3 upload09:53
Trevinhoseb128: indeed09:54
seb128Trevinho, is that a "yes"? ;-)09:54
Trevinhoseb128: it's a YES!09:55
seb128let's do it then!09:55
Trevinhoseb128: do you want the pleasure?09:55
seb128Trevinho, not especially, you can have the honors09:56
Trevinhomh, ok...09:56
TrevinhoHowever new gtest broke our builds of unity and compiz...09:56
seb128thanks :-)09:56
seb128oh :-(09:56
Trevinhoand well, for unity there's a workaround, but the compiz issue seems something we can't fix locally09:56
seb128do we need to revert the gtest update?09:58
willcookejust making tea, will get the HO up in a mo....09:58
willcookeseb128, Trevinho ^09:58
Sweet5harkmvo: thx. TBH, I havent yet worked with this hands-on, but wanted to share my n00b feedback from reading the docs before doing that ...10:00
mvoSweet5hark: thanks, I am not the best person for snapcraft, sergio is the better one but I will pass your feedback on :)10:01
Sweet5harkmvo: k10:01
willcookeTrevinho, seb128 -   https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/canonical.com/will-cooke10:05
willcookedesktoppers:  anyone who wants in on the rls-x-incoming remaining bugs triage ^^10:06
willcookelist: http://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-x-incoming-bug-tasks.html10:07
davmor2willcooke: see now I got this image of the desktop team as bobble heads on a desk, desktoppers :)10:08
willcookelogging out and back in test my sticky edges ;)10:49
davmor2willcooke: don't let your kids near the screen with jammy fingers I think will help with that :)10:56
willcookebadum tish10:57
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didrocksseb128: argh, doko-style is bleeding out11:11
didrocksseb128: steve has done an Unity upload (rebuild) without merging back to trunk11:11
seb128I think some (including Steve) thinks no change uploads are fine11:12
seb128since you can overwrite/drop those11:12
LaneyI always do those11:13
seb128see ;-)11:13
seb128it's a bit annoying11:13
seb128I regularly got bitten by those, pull from the vcs, do you change, commit, push, build, dput11:13
seb128get a reject email11:13
didrocksI wonder if the force option is still available in CI Train?11:13
didrocks(if it is, fine)11:13
seb128uncommit, merge back upload, et11:13
Laneyfor train stuff?11:15
Trevinhoseb128: the patch is updated with upstream bug now11:16
seb128Trevinho, thanks!11:16
seb128Laney, no, I was more speaking about $vcs, not specific to CI train11:16
Laneyoh right, was speaking about train only11:17
Laneytry to remember to commit to normal vcs11:17
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didrocksTrevinho: Unity FTBFS on xenial (latest release), do you know about it? (I guess yeah, you may even have a silo prepared, but asking ;))11:28
Trevinhodidrocks: yeah, I was saying this before11:29
Trevinhodidrocks: I think new google mocks / tests broke both unity and compiz11:29
Trevinhodidrocks: Not sure why unity fails (it complains about an unused variable defined by a google tests macro)11:29
Trevinhowhile compiz fails because of google-xorg-gtests..11:30
TrevinhoSo.... It would be better to get that fixed at those levels11:30
didrocks(simple variables being defined but not used)11:30
didrocksTrevinho: are you looking into this?11:32
seb128bah, GTK tables11:32
seb128larsu, help!11:32
seb128larsu, assuming you don't have apache2-bin installed, can you start gnome-file-share-properties and tell me if there is much spacing around the first label?11:33
seb128editing /usr/share/gnome-user-share/file-share-properties.ui it and playing a bit with it, I think it makes space for the label as if it was wrapping11:34
Trevinhodidrocks: not yet... I will11:34
larsuseb128: the spacing looks good to me...11:34
Trevinhodidrocks: as the not used variable is weird because they are inside a macro, which I'd expect to be "perfect"...11:35
seb128larsu, :-(11:35
seb128larsu, nothing like https://launchpadlibrarian.net/160084656/Screenshot%20from%202013-12-18%2005%3A50%3A58.png then?11:36
larsuyeah I have that11:36
larsuI thought you meant horizontally11:36
larsuand tbh, I didn't even notice this flaw - I thought it's a placeholder for a larger widget11:36
seb128no, vertical, sorry11:37
larsuya, same issue here then11:37
didrocksTrevinho: email sent about this, please have a look :)11:37
Trevinhodidrocks: ok, thanks11:37
seb128larsu, if you remove the  x_options">GTK_SHRINK | GTK_FILL of webdav_info the labels is short and wrap on that height11:39
seb128so I guess it's using that height computation11:39
seb128but not adapting when doing the filling11:39
seb128larsu, http://people.canonical.com/~seb128/user.png11:40
seb128what's the right way to fix that?11:40
seb128setting a label width in char fixes it11:41
seb128but then the width is matching the number not the window11:41
larsuhm, this is weird indeed11:41
didrocksTrevinho: thanks! (at least, you have context now ;))11:42
seb128larsu, I guess upstream would say to port from GtkTable to GtkGrid11:42
seb128just wondering if you know of a cheap trick11:42
larsuya, clearly :)11:43
larsutrying a couple right now :)11:43
larsuI wonder why removing the x-options makes it shrink vertically11:43
Trevinhodidrocks: mh, I didn't get the mail I think, was it in a ML?11:43
seb128it does11:43
seb128it shrinks horizontally11:44
larsuseems like gtktable wasn't tested properly with gtklabel11:45
larsuand doesn't listen to all the new propoerties11:46
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larsuseb128: ya turning off wrapping makes it work11:49
larsubut then it doesn't wrap :)11:49
larsuI think you should do what we did in all the other cases: set a width-request11:51
larsuto something reasonable11:51
larsuor port to gtkgrid :P11:51
larsuseb128: going to the gym and lunch now. Can help more later if you need11:51
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seb128larsu, thanks, I just wanted to know if I overlooked something obvious12:02
seb128larsu, enjoy lunch&gym!12:02
didrocksbah, forced to remove and readd a printer so that it's detected12:14
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andyrockgood morning all12:25
Trevinhoseb128: how can I propose a distro-patch for gtest? I don't see a xenial branch... So should I just open a bug and attach the patch?12:28
Trevinhoor the debdiff12:28
seb128Trevinho, yes, bug + debdiff12:28
seb128hey andyrock12:28
seb128happyaron, hey, any news of the ibus update?12:34
Trevinhoseb128: what ! dpkg-source: Errore: cannot represent change to gtest_1.7.0.orig.tar.bz2: binary file contents changed :o12:42
seb128Trevinho, did you change binary files?12:42
seb128is that a clean tree?12:42
Trevinhonot changed till may '1412:42
TrevinhoI added a patch and I was about to create te deb src12:43
seb128try from a fresh unpack12:43
seb128it doesn't tell you what files in the log?12:43
TrevinhoMh, i try..12:44
Trevinhobut the md5sum matches with the old .dsc12:44
Trevinhoseb128: mh, now it goes... But... It complains about the maintainer not being an ubuntu one... Should I become it?12:49
Trevinhoseb128: also, should I set the proper release in changelog or unreleased?12:50
didrocksTrevinho: use "DEBEMAIL=foo debuild/bzr"…12:51
Trevinhonice trick12:51
didrocksthat will disable the check for building your package12:52
Laney$ update-maintainer12:52
Laneyit's right to update it for ubuntu uploads12:52
Laney(...please forward this fix upstream first...)12:53
TrevinhoLaney: it's taken from upstream12:54
didrocksLaney: sometimes the projects have some @canonical address (unsure which package he's speaking about as I keep timing out), and yeah, it will still complain :p12:54
TrevinhoI've an ubuntu one, I'm just not an ubuntu dev...12:55
didrocksLaney: I remember to have sent a patch ages ago, but I don't remember the reason for the rejection (I guess it was something like we shouldn't have @canonical in maintainer field)12:55
didrocksbut that was pre-unity and such12:55
LaneyThis is gtest12:56
TrevinhoUffffff... No still binary diff...12:57
TrevinhoI didn't change the binary! :-(12:57
seb128Trevinho, I think https://code.launchpad.net/~3v1n0/nautilus/export-active-locations/+merge/278730 is buggy :-/12:57
Trevinhoseb128: yeah?12:57
seb128Trevinho, if I do "nautilus -q; nautilus; ctrl-W" I get12:58
seb128ERROR:nautilus-window-slot.c:2425:nautilus_window_slot_get_location: assertion failed: (slot != NULL)12:58
didrocksah, yeah, so update-maintainer if this will go in distro12:58
seb128seems to not happen without that patch12:58
TrevinhoMh, ah... I should protect on that12:58
TrevinhoI thought I added12:58
seb128it works if you close with the mouse12:58
seb128but not with ctrl-W12:58
Trevinhoyeah, as probably it takes some time to update the active slot in that case12:58
Trevinhoso it might fail12:58
seb128can you please work on a fix for it when you are done with the other things you are doing?12:59
seb128no hurry but we should fix before uploading 3.1812:59
* Trevinho goes to lunch, then back to the debian packaging lands....12:59
* seb128 is going for lunch12:59
seb128Trevinho, enjoy!12:59
Trevinhoyou too12:59
didrocksTrevinho: no issue with gtests here, you didn't try a local build first, just unpack/apply your patch/build?13:01
didrocks(if so, please pastebin it)13:01
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happyaronseb128: will upload shortly, didn't have my yubikey with me during day time (for pgp key)13:05
Laneyhi didrocks!13:10
didrocksI wonder if some server didn't blacklist some IP range if they received some DDOS last week13:10
didrocksand maybe my ISP is in the range…13:10
asacheya, is there any "safe/high quality" ppa to get cmake 3.x on 14.04?13:11
asacdidrocks: ?13:14
didrocksasac: I'm currently looking at https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas?name_filter=cmake if I see anything high-standard/trusted13:15
didrocks(as it's not in trusty-backport)13:15
didrocksasac: ok, the only ppa I would trust in this list (and which has cmake >= 3.0  on 14.04 LTS) is https://launchpad.net/~smspillaz/+archive/ubuntu/cmake-master13:19
didrocksfrom our previous compiz maintainer :)13:19
didrocks(and still updating)13:20
asachmmm... ok13:27
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willcookeLaney knows all the best servers15:01
Trevinhoseb128: as for the export-active-locations nautilus branch, is uncommit/overwrite fine or want a new branch or what?15:01
seb128Trevinho, new branch please, there were other changes commited to the vcs since15:02
Trevinhoseb128: https://code.launchpad.net/~3v1n0/nautilus/export-active-locations-warning-fix/+merge/27898315:08
mterryseb128, didrocks: fyi, I uploaded a new deja-dup this weekend, and dropped duplicity down to a Suggests15:08
xnoxdoes, or does not, desktop own e.g. bug #152122615:09
Trevinhomterry: what's using now? :o15:09
ubot5bug 1521226 in libaccounts-glib (Ubuntu) "FTBFS on all arches in xenial" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/152122615:09
xnoxdesrt, ^ looks glibish.15:09
mterryTrevinho, say what?15:09
didrocksmterry: yeah, I saw that, great! :)15:09
seb128xnox, talk to mardy15:09
didrocksmterry: fyi, I again had some issue with duplicity today though :/15:09
Trevinhomterry: I mean, isn't using duplicity anymore?15:09
xnoxseb128, which timezone is that in, usually?15:10
xnoxor different channel?15:10
seb128xnox, mardy? european, he's on #ubuntu-devel15:10
mterryTrevinho, it still uses duplicity, it just can install it on demand if necessary15:10
desrtbonne journee, tout le monde!15:10
mterryTrevinho, but this way, we don't have to ship it on the image (helping us avoid python2 on default installs)15:10
didrocksbonjour desrt !15:10
desrtje suis en montreal!15:10
seb128salut desrt!15:11
seb128desrt, passe le bonjour à Xavier15:11
desrtxclaesse: ^ :)15:11
Trevinhomterry: ah, ok... That's what I was wondering in a second thought :)15:11
* didrocks shows up his missing space between "t" and "!"15:11
seb128mterry, you could have written a bit of a description of what changed in the new upstream version15:11
seb128mterry, does it fix the control center segfault?15:11
mterryseb128, ah right!  I forgot it fixed that or would have looked for a bug.  Do we have a bug for that yet?15:12
xnoxseb128, thanks that worked =)15:12
seb128xnox, yw!15:12
seb128mterry, bug #1443876 seems to match the e.u.c reports15:13
ubot5Error: Launchpad bug 1443876 could not be found15:13
xclaesseseb128, salut :)15:14
seb128xclaesse, lut ;-)15:14
willcookeMy clock looks different.  Maybe font related Laney?  Do you see anything different?15:17
willcooketrying to put my finger on what's changed...15:17
* didrocks pictures willcooke pointing at his screen15:17
seb128willcooke, screenshot?15:18
davmor2willcooke: on phone or desktop?15:18
willcookedavmor2, desktop, natch15:19
davmor2willcooke: looks the same here, I ask because phone changed it's top bar slightly to look more like desktop so that can throw you slightly15:20
davmor2willcooke: ah mine looks slightly different cause I have the date and seconds on mine but the hours and minute look the same as mine15:22
davmor2willcooke: http://people.canonical.com/~davmor2/desktop-screenshots/clock.png15:25
willcookedavmor2, ah yes.  If you turn on "Date and month" the font size increases slightly15:26
willcookeby the looks of things15:27
willcookebut on 14.04 the font stays the same size15:27
willcookeseb128, can you try this again and if it looks better in Radiance now I will put a MP up for it15:30
seb128willcooke, ok15:30
willcookeseb128, no hurry15:30
willcookelarsu, also low priority - check this one:  https://code.launchpad.net/~willcooke/ubuntu-themes/gtk2scrollbartrough15:31
willcookemy gnome-terminal one is pretty much ready as well, but before I lose track of where I am I'd like those others out the way15:32
Trevinholarsu: could you upload https://launchpadlibrarian.net/228006749/gtest_1.7.0-4ubuntu1.dsc.diff ?15:34
Trevinhoerr see bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gtest/+bug/152117715:34
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1521177 in gtest (Ubuntu) "TEST_P fails with new G++ because of Property_CopyBaseTypeConstructor_Test::gtest_registering_dummy_' defined but not used" [High,In progress]15:34
Trevinhos/larsu/Laney/ ^15:34
* Trevinho didn't tab enough times... :P15:34
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didrocksdidn't take any break today, I guess it's time to sign off :)15:52
didrockssee you tomorrow guys!15:52
willcookecya didrocks15:52
didrockssee you willcooke!15:52
larsuwillcooke: shouldn't we change the color of gtk 3 scrollbars as well?15:54
willcookeah, I left those because of the overlay SBs15:55
willcookebut yeah, we should15:55
willcookelemme sort that15:55
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flocculantmpt: I commented in detail on the bug - but gedit gives me thin if I choose light, both in xubuntu and ubuntu16:09
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Laneywillcooke: it looks like it's a bit squashed16:15
Laneyfile it ubuntu-bug ubuntu-font-family-sources16:15
willcookethx Laney16:17
* Laney juju destroy-service appstream-dep11 && redeploy16:29
Laneyso changes, much broken16:30
willcookeseb128, on your Inspiron, are you seeing wifi and BT getting disable and not re-enabled on suspend/resume a lot?  Not every time, but 1 in 2 or so16:31
seb128willcooke, never paid attention with bluetooth but I had issues with wifi where I need to reboot to have aps listed yes16:32
willcookeI guess a kernel issue.  I'll log a bug16:33
larsuseb128: did you end up fixing that sharing window?16:54
seb128larsu, not yet, got carried on other things, I'm just probably going to set a width of 60 chars or something16:55
larsusounds reasonable to me16:55
larsuis that still maintained?16:56
seb128well "maintained"16:56
seb128the webdav thing works fine16:56
seb128and upstream moved the obexpush out16:56
* larsu nods16:56
seb128they updated if for the new apache some time ago16:56
seb128and hadess does roll tarballs with translations updates16:57
seb128oh, mvo uploading the new apt16:57
seb128I hear that the new apt is cool ;-)16:57
mvoseb128: its the best!16:58
Trevinhoseb128: can you check https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1521177 ?17:33
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1521177 in gtest (Ubuntu) "TEST_P fails with new G++ because of Property_CopyBaseTypeConstructor_Test::gtest_registering_dummy_' defined but not used" [High,In progress]17:33
Trevinho(upload the patch, I mean :P)17:33
seb128Trevinho, lookin17:34
seb128Trevinho, did you forward the change to Debian? we are in sync with them and would be nice to keep it like that if we can17:43
seb128Trevinho, also you have a debian/patches/patch which I guess can be cleaned out?17:44
Trevinhoseb128: oh, right17:46
Trevinhothat patch was  a temp17:46
Trevinhoseb128: how can I forward that? /me newbie17:46
seb128Trevinho, https://www.debian.org/Bugs/Reporting17:47
seb128you might want to configure reportbug or something17:48
seb128I use email17:48
seb128send to submit@bugs.debian.org17:48
seb128Package: <package17:48
seb128Version: <version>17:48
seb128and you type your description17:48
seb128with an appropriate title17:48
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seb128Trevinho, I cleaned the patch file and uploaded to unblock Unity, please still forward to Debian then so maybe we can sync back later17:58
seb128and on that note I'm calling it a day17:59
seb128have a nice evening desktopers!17:59
willcookesee ya seb12817:59
Trevinhoseb128: thanks, have a nice evening!17:59
timppa_currently on Ubuntu 16.04 and I'd like to create some launchers on Mir/Unity818:00
timppa_are there any guides available on doing such things? :D18:01
timppa_basically to run legacy X11 apps18:01
seb128willcooke, btw your notebook theme tweaks is better, no side impact on other widgets, I'm unsure I like it though, it's good when the windows is unfocussed but a bit too strong on active windows imho18:02
seb128like you get 3 different colors for titlebar, focussed tab, unfocussed18:02
willcookeoki, that's good to know18:03
willcookeI found having the active tab the same colour as the title bar was too dark18:03
willcookelet's get Design input :)18:04
seb128willcooke, well, at least you have something working, they can give us a better color value to use if that's all what needs changing now18:06
seb128on that note really calling it a day18:06
willcookeseb128, yeah, and easy to tweak in the inspector18:06
willcookeg'night seb12818:08
larsuseb128: night!18:08
Sweet5harkoh, there's freenode!18:17
willcookenight Laney18:18
willcookeI'm going afk until Robert wakes up18:18
robert_ancellwillcooke, bug 128764019:49
ubot5bug 1287640 in ubuntuone-credentials (Ubuntu) "UbuntuOne account plugin does not work" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/128764019:49
willcookethanks robert_ancell19:49
willcookerather looks like:  http://41.media.tumblr.com/7860aa18a1086834a05942dcc486c8cc/tumblr_n218vvbOsu1so2h9go1_1280.jpg19:51
robert_ancellwillcooke, hah20:17
larsumorning robert_ancell!20:18
larsuhow are you?20:19
robert_ancelllarsu, good, yourself?20:19
robert_ancellUp late?20:19
larsurobert_ancell: great. Had a train trip and gym + long lunch this afternoon, so I'm catching up a bit now20:19
robert_ancellChipaca, is the repository for snappy on github?20:28
Chipacarobert_ancell: yes20:29
robert_ancellChipaca, so lp:snappy is n/a?20:29
Chipacarobert_ancell: github.com/ubuntu-core/snappy20:29
Chipacarobert_ancell: i'm not sure how often it's synced back20:30
robert_ancellChipaca, also, is there a PPA to install daily builds?20:30
Chipacayes, the tools ppa, 1 sec20:30
robert_ancellChipaca, awesome, thanks!20:30
Chipacarobert_ancell: we've had a ftbfs in arm for the last few days, needs digging20:31
Chipacarobert_ancell: and xenial has dailies, or should have20:31
robert_ancellChipaca, yeah, they look like they've built fine20:32
willcookeg'nigth all20:37
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