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lpotterhate that.05:05
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ginggshi - are there any reasons why i should not rebuild cmake against the new libjsoncpp?12:39
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ubottuLaunchpad bug 1542629 in nvidia-graphics-drivers-352 (Ubuntu) "Session crashes when second monitor is connected" [Undecided,New]12:47
damasceneHi, If I report a bug upstream and find that it's in Ubuntu too, should I report it on launchpad too?14:15
marlincWho are the people who get packages from Debian and put them in Ubuntu?17:04
marlincIs there a wiki page for that?17:04
cjwatsonmarlinc: Ubuntu developers in general, though in the majority of cases it's automatic17:04
marlincAh okay, because if this package https://launchpad.net/debian/+source/phpmyadmin/4: :)17:05
cjwatsonmarlinc: We don't automatically sync from experimental17:06
marlincIt fixes the following bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/debian/+source/phpmyadmin/+bug/154266517:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1542665 in phpseclib (Ubuntu) "phpseclib's Crypt/Random.php's file does not contain a class" [Undecided,New]17:06
cjwatsonmarlinc: Usually Debian developers upload to experimental when they're not comfortable with it having a wide audience yet17:06
marlincAh, that's something different then17:06
marlincThat explains why I'm not getting the package in a Debian sid chroot17:06
cjwatsonI expect we'll get that once it hits unstable (assuming we aren't in import freeze by then)17:07
marlincI do hope it gets released before any of the Ubuntu freezes because the phpmyadmin package is completely broken at the moment17:07
marlincThanks for the explanation cjwatson17:07
damasceneHi, If I report a bug upstream and find that it's in Ubuntu too, should I report it on launchpad too?18:27
rbasakdamascene: if you want some action taken in Ubuntu or want to communicate with other affected Ubuntu users, then sure. Otherwise, no need, since any fix will get to Ubuntu eventually anyway.18:31
damasceneI see, do Ubuntu developers apply some patches to an older version of a package if the upstream did not make a patch for it?18:35
rbasakFor an existing Ubuntu stable release? To fix bugs, yes: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates18:37
rbasakThis assumes a patch is available of course.18:37
rbasak(and thtat I've understood your question - you didn't provide any specifics)18:38
damascenefor example lxde-panel for RTL languages is broken, if the upstream make a fix they probably will not port it back to the version in 16.0418:39
damascenethis is one example18:39
rbasakIf no fix is available, then it can't be fixed by definition, unless someone makes a fix, at which point it might be a candidate for an SRU depending on the nature of the fix.18:42
damascenethank for explaining it18:43
rbasakNo problem.18:43
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