pauljwgnite all02:50
ducassemorning all06:26
Bashing-omducasse: WB .. good help is back !06:27
ducasselooks quiet in #ubuntu...?06:31
Bashing-omYeah .. I think things now are slow .. just finished up a couple .06:35
tsimonq2#lubuntu gets one or two people asking for help a day MAX06:35
ducasse#xubuntu too, when i was following that. most people seem to just use #ubuntu06:36
Bashing-omThe ops ^ must have alarms set to alert when there is incoming .06:38
ducassemost likely, although in clients like weechat (which i use) it's really easy to see at a glance which channels have new messages06:42
Bashing-omOK, got to slow for me, going to quit for this session , later .07:32
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ducassewho deals with the ubottu triggers - do i just ask in #ubottu-ops?16:47
ducasse#ubuntu-ops :)16:47
DJonesducasse: Pretty much best thingto do, or if you have a suggestion, you can prompt the bot with it which  just forwards it to #ubuntu-ops16:50
DJonesHmmh, no bot here anyway16:50
ubot5Hi! I'm #ubuntu-discuss's favorite infobot, you can search my brain yourself at http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi | Bot channels and general info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Bots | Make a clone of me: /msg ubot5 botclone16:50
DJonesJust slow, can't think of the format to automatically send factoid changes though16:51
ducasseDJones: i think i might have that somewhere, if an edit is the same as new entries?16:53
DJonesYeah, I think pretty much, either way doing !factoid is .... normally gets forwarded to -ops anyway for review16:54
tgm4883nacc: lol, I think we know why16:54
ducassei just noticed a couple of typos in !cloak, thought i might as well fix them.16:54
nacctgm4883: :)16:54
ubot5cloak is To get any kind of cloak (Ubuntu member or any other kind) you first need to set up your nick as detailed in this FAQ: http://freenode.net/kb/answer/registration - For Ubuntu member cloaks, ask in #ubuntu-irc and provide your laundpad page. For unaffiliated ones, ask in #freenode.16:55
DJonesducasse: I'd just do !cloak is .... with the amended text, I think that will get sent to #ubuntu-ops, probably better to do it in a pm with ubottu16:56
ducasseok, i'll do that right away. these things just annoy me :)16:57
ducassedone, i think :)16:59
DJonesYeah I can see it being looked at and fixed17:06
nacctgm4883: am i missing something obvious? i'm only on my first cup of coffee17:09
tgm4883no that sounds all right17:10
tgm4883I'm only half paying attention, rolling out some new puppet code17:10
nacctgm4883: ok, it still feels like what they are doing is backwards somehow17:10
nacctgm4883: ooh, i might have a question for you re: puppet in a bit then :)17:10
nacctgm4883: we'll see if i can figure out ruby on my own first :)17:10
tgm4883nacc: sure, let me know17:11
tgm4883Bah, speaking of temp folders, I just found a windows server with a 17.8GB temp folder...17:43
tgm4883microsoft, why are you so bad at things!17:43
daftykinsactually, any program or installer can dump to temp - so it's not MS' fault17:45
daftykinsstandard maintenance can be for glancing over the disk cleanup wizard or similar17:46
tgm4883daftykins: a bunch of cab_XXXX files though on a windows server17:47
tgm4883I don't even see disk cleanup on win server17:48
daftykinsshould do17:52
tgm4883There's not a ton on this server, just apache tomcat and IIS, AV, and some small utilites such as notepad++ and check_mk17:58
nacctgm4883: ok, so i'm trying to fix LP: #1570472 in a better way so racb will sponsor it :) basically, want to state that any version of ubuntu >= 15.04 should use systemd in puppet. But since it's a hash being passed to defaultfor, I don't think that's trivially possible?19:26
ubot5Launchpad bug 1570472 in puppet (Ubuntu) "Set systemd as default service provider" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/157047219:26
tgm4883nacc: yea I'm not sure of a way to do that since it's coming in as a hash20:08
nacctgm4883: yeah, i thnk the "right" way is to do it like kylog suggests in https://github.com/puppetlabs/puppet/pull/5069#issuecomment-23064753320:10
nacctgm4883: but i'm not enough of a ruby expert to know how :)20:10
tgm4883Ruby isn't my forte20:11
nacctgm4883: hadn't written anything in it myself until this PR: https://github.com/puppetlabs/puppet/pull/5009 :)20:13
nacctgm4883: thanks for the input, though!20:13
Bashing-ompauljw: o/ ... WB to the mad house :)23:33
pauljwhey Bashing-om, ty :)23:36
Bashing-omReading IRC, sure beats reading the depressing newspapers !23:37
pauljwheheh, so true23:40
pauljwhi daftykins :)23:42
daftykinshey sir! how goes it?23:42
pauljwdoing well, you?23:43
daftykinswestern europe seems broken right now, it was 90 degrees here today O_O that never happens!23:43
daftykinsit's hanging onto 24 deg C overnight too :(23:43
pauljwouch, maybe i should go shut off my SUV...23:44
daftykinsis it heating Guernsey!? :)23:58

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