bluesabreone down: https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/ubuntu-cdimage/xubuntu-core01:35
bluesabreoh wait01:35
bluesabreI should rename that branch01:36
bluesabretwo down: https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/livecd-rootfs/xubuntu-base01:58
bluesabreand three: https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/debian-cd/xubuntu-base02:28
bluesabreUnit193, krytarik, knome, flexiondotorg: three updated branches for xubuntu-base (1) https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/ubuntu-cdimage/xubuntu-base (2) https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/livecd-rootfs/xubuntu-base (3) https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/debian-cd/xubuntu-base02:30
bluesabreUnit193, krytarik, knome, flexiondotorg: please note that these are untested... I don't know how to test but everything is on latest trunk with base instead of core.02:32
krytarikbluesabre: Only you renamed the task here too, which would make it fail right now: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/livecd-rootfs/xubuntu-base/revision/1267#live-build/auto/config02:35
bluesabrekrytarik: yes, we'd need to update the task as well, I'd imagine02:36
Unit193bluesabre: Yeeeeah that's not going to be a fun migration.03:16
Unit193And heh, I was actually going to do the one. :P03:17
Unit193There's the release upgrader too if you're going to rename the task, not sure if anything else.03:17
bluesabreUnit193: could just xubuntu-core depends xubuntu-base and leave -core in the archive foreverrrrrr03:44
bluesabreUnit193: feel free to do the release upgrader under lp:~xubuntu-dev03:47
bluesabreotherwise I can poke it tomorrow03:49
flexiondotorgbluesabre, Unit193 Does the task actually need renaming?07:46
flexiondotorgAre Xubuntu interested in participating in 16.04 Alpha 2?08:55
flexiondotorgbluesabre, knome, Unit193, flocculant ^^^09:21
Unit193I'm not on the release team.09:25
bluesabreflexiondotorg: we are not participating in a212:04
bluesabreflexiondotorg, Unit193: do we need to rename the task? I'm guessing so for consistency12:04
flexiondotorgbluesabre, That for a2 feedback.12:27
flexiondotorgI'm going to leave the ubuntu-mate-core task name alone.12:27
slickymasterWork!team | The next meeting is scheduled for Friday, 5 February 2016 15:00 UTC12:28
ubottuThe next meeting is scheduled for Friday, 5 February 2016 15:00 UTC: bluesabre, dkessel, flocculant, jjfrv8, knome, krytarik, micahg, Noskcaj, ochosi, pleia2, slickymaster and Unit19312:28
slickymasterWorkknome, what happened to the team calendar?12:28
slickymasterWorkknome I add manually the team meeting to Google Calendar, but as it assumes my timezone (GMT+00:00 Lisbon), it's not the UTC timezone12:46
flocculantwell for all intents and purposes UTC is the same as GMT till the clocks change next year12:48
slickymasterWorkisn't it just until spring flocculant?12:48
slickymasterWorkand hi :)12:48
flocculantI meant later - I was in December for a moment then :p12:48
flexiondotorgbluesabre, I'm making the ubuntu-mate-base changes stacked on your branch.13:22
flexiondotorgI see that you've got reference to wily in debian-cd, do you want me to make the xubuntu-base changes in xenial?13:22
flexiondotorgThe following branches are stacked on the ~xubuntu-dev versions bluesabre pushed last night.13:39
flexiondotorgThey include the additions for ubuntu-mate-base and some additions for xubuntu-base in debian-cd for xenial.13:40
pleia2slickymasterWork: I don't think the team calendar ever calculated utc time itself, I always add things in iceland time17:21
slickymasterWorkok pleia2 17:35
slickymasterWorkbut what happened to the team calendar in the site, do you know?17:35
flocculantslickymasterWork: what do you mean 'in the site' ?17:36
flocculantit's on the tracker17:37
pleia2hm, not showing up17:37
pleia2if you click on html or whatever, you get to it17:37
flocculantworking here17:37
pleia2but inline isn't working for some reason17:37
pleia2ok, inline only works for flocculant 17:38
slickymasterWorkyeaps, no html for me :P17:38
flocculantslickymasterWork: that xenial? I had to downgrade the updated f/f this afternoon17:38
flocculantdoubting pleia2 is looking in xenial :)17:38
pleia2+ chrome17:39
pleia2works in firefox17:39
flocculantpleia2: confirm fubar in chromium 17:39
pleia2knome: http://tracker.xubuntu.org/#tab-calendar doesn't show up in chome/chromium, need your web dev superpowers <317:40
duressI messed up something.. Everything was working great and I updated my gcc to 5.3 from 4.8 and everything went to hell. Now my v8 compilation results in iostream not found. I have gone back to 4.8 but my error persists. Any help ?18:03
krytarik!channels | duress18:23
ubottuduress: #xubuntu is the Xubuntu support channel, #xubuntu-devel for discussion regarding development of Xubuntu, and #xubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!18:23
flocculantochosi: so running with the new xfpm here and on the little box - not sure that I'll see anything odd tbh, no laptop19:05
ochosiright, well still19:06
flocculantif we want to put a specific xfpm call out - I can do that asap19:06
ochosiit *could* crash, e.g. if you connect devices that charge (mp3 players, phones etc)19:06
ochosior not just crash, but just not work as intended19:06
flocculantif you want a specific call for anything let me know 19:06
flocculantdo we *really need* build-essential installed with a vanilla install? 19:22
ochosihm, we have that? why do we have that?19:27
ochosiyeah, i guess a call for laptop users and those who connect their phones or ipods for charging etc would be interesting19:28
flocculantochosi: okey doke 19:32
flocculantand yea - no idea why we have that :)19:32
ochosik, gotta go for now19:33
ochosithanks flocculant!19:33
flocculantwelcome and cya :)19:33
skunkbunnyHelo. You update daily build just with apt-get update/upgrade, yes? Anything else to know?19:45
flocculantskunkbunny: hi - I assume you were xubuntu something or other ?19:46
flocculantwhat you're doing is 'exploratory testing' - using the dev version 19:47
skunkbunnyflocculant: yes. Should I just do my own stuff and report with problems?19:47
flocculantso - what *we* like is for people to use our specific develeopment ppa's 19:48
flocculantand yes - use it as though it was stable - report issues19:48
flocculanthttp://docs.xubuntu.org/contributors/qa-testing.html gives you more information19:48
flocculanthttp://docs.xubuntu.org/contributors/qa-bugs.html more :)19:49
skunkbunnyI can do dev PPAs. I mainly work as a website developer, but can do more.19:49
flocculantthis is the session we'll be running this weekend https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/xubuntu-devel/2016-January/011006.html19:49
flocculantskunkbunny: cool19:49
flocculantI'm shortly about to post to our dev list about testing the newest power manager19:50
skunkbunnyMy testing machine is a laptop, so I can test the power manager too.19:50
flocculantexcellent :)19:50
flocculantI'm the QA lead, knome is the website lead - so you might want to see what that's got going on too19:51
flocculantbut as far as testing goes - we'll be testing till the day or two prior to release in April19:51
skunkbunnyI tried most of the Ubuntu flavors, and Xubuntu is really nice. I'm excited, as the last time I checked it out was 6.06. I did try to ask a question on the devel mailing list, but not sure if I did it right.19:52
skunkbunnySame question I asked you.19:52
flocculantwhat username on there?19:52
flocculantif you're not subscribed it will have gone in the moderation queue 19:53
flocculantyou need to be subscribed to that for sure - it's where we ask people to do stuff19:53
skunkbunnyI'm not sure if I have a username. Maybe webdesignbrian or Gottier.19:53
skunkbunnyI did subscribe and confirm.19:54
flocculantnot showing either of those - make sure you're subscribed to it - it's not massive output at all19:54
flocculantnot sure then19:56
flocculantlast mails to that list were today ~12:00 19:57
skunkbunnyI am right now on the xubuntu-devel mailing list membership configuration page. I am subscribed. When I sent an email, it said: Results - Ignoring non-text/plain MIME parts19:57
flocculantno idea about that :)19:57
flocculantwhen did you subscribe? 19:58
skunkbunnyWell, it's OK. I will test and figure it out later. Nice to meet you. I am in California, USA by the way.19:58
flocculantnice - someone from 'team' is in California19:58
flocculantfew in US, some in Europe19:59
skunkbunnyI'm going to go to lunch. Thanks again and bye.19:59
flocculantochosi bluesabre - call for xfpm testing out now20:11
ochosiflocculant: thanks a bunch! i'll try to circulate it21:39
flocculantochosi: welcome ofc 21:55
flocculantochosi: maybe some of the social thingies 21:56
ochosiflocculant: gplused it, that's all i have access to22:06
bluesabreflocculant: I believe build-essential is installed by default to make sure dkms modules can compile... or something22:38
ochosievening bluesabre 22:41
ochosithanks again for setting up the new xfpm version so quickly22:41
ochosicall for testing already went out (thanks to flocculant)22:41
bluesabreochosi: just had to update the daily build (did that yesterday or day before actually)22:45
bluesabreochosi: if you want to pick up a catfish daily and give it a spin, planning on a new release of that soon22:49
ochositook another stab at fixing the linked buttons, but it just sucks too hard22:49
ochosiokeydokey, will do22:49
bluesabrehttps://launchpad.net/~catfish-search/+archive/ubuntu/ppa catfish-daily package22:49
bluesabreheading out now, bbabl22:49
ochosialrighty, have a good one (heading to bed)22:50

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