kyrofaI'm getting 407 proxy auth issues in my snap builders: https://launchpadlibrarian.net/298271931/buildlog_snap_ubuntu_xenial_arm64_nextcloud-edge_BUILDING.txt.gz00:32
wgrantkyrofa: Hm, it took a rather long time, so the token probably expired.00:33
wgrantkyrofa: Does it normally take that long?00:33
wgrantIt's possible it's running into the prodstack network issue.00:33
kyrofawgrant, hmm, no, indeed00:34
kyrofawgrant, but I just hit it with arm64, ppc64el, and armhf00:35
wgrantkyrofa: Ah, so all the US architectures. So two network performance problems. Are you blocked, or could you wait a couple of hours and try again to see if it's magically resolved?00:38
kyrofawgrant, definitely not blocked, just wanted to report the issue :)00:38
kyrofawgrant, daily builds not happening for a day won't hurt anyone00:39
wgrantkyrofa: Great. Let me know if it's still a problem later -- the main transatlantic link occasionally runs into some trouble.00:39
kyrofawgrant, will do, thanks!00:39
austin987I assume this channel is just for launchpad code development? is there any irc launchpad support, or only on a browser?03:46
wgrantaustin987: This is the support channel.03:47
austin987wgrant, oh, great!03:48
austin987wgrant, so, for context, I maintain winetricks, and a user filed a bug asking to fix the launchpad code link from google code to github03:49
wgrantI see you've registered a new import.03:50
austin987the previous maintainer set that up, he gave me access to LP. I updated what I could, but I can't seem to figure out how to a branch that pulls from github master (previously it was svn on googlecode, with a trunk master)03:50
austin987it feels a bit like git-svn, where I'm not sure when I should use git or bzr/lp branches/repos03:51
austin987yes, tried a few things03:51
wgranthttps://code.launchpad.net/winetricks looks right -- it shows the imported repository. What it's missing is the bit linking to GitHub, which you can't see unless you drill down the repository itself. Does that match your understanding?03:52
austin987what do you mean by drill down the repository?03:53
austin987that does look right to me, looks like last try I got it right :)03:54
austin987I'll have to ask user to confirm still03:54
wgrantEr, drill down to it, rather. https://code.launchpad.net/winetricks displays much of the same information that https://code.launchpad.net/~winetricks-team/winetricks/+git/winetricks does, but not all of it -- notably the link to the source on GitHub is missing.03:54
austin987thanks for response / trying anyway03:54
austin987should there be a link generated by lp?03:54
austin987i.e., did I miss something to configure?03:54
austin987https://launchpad.net/winetricks/master shows no linked branch, however03:56
austin987if I click link it, it asks me to either link to one on launchpad, but if I search for 'winetricks' I get nothing, or I can import a git repo again03:56
wgrantOh, when I say it's missing, I mean it's missing from our templates :)03:57
wgrantIt's not a bug in your configuration -- you've done all you can.03:57
wgrantWe just haven't totally integrated the git import details (a new feature) into the project code homepage.03:57
austin987ah, kk03:57
wgrantI don't know of an existing bug, but if you can file one at https://launchpad.net/launchpad/+filebug it'll be on the list for the next round of git UI tweaks.03:58
wgrantaustin987: The https://launchpad.net/winetricks/master bug is already filed, but I forget the number. We will probably hide that section of the page for Git.03:58
austin987wgrant, okay, thanks03:58
austin987if you find it later and I'm still around, please send me the link03:59
austin987wgrant, any tags on the link bug?04:00
wgrantaustin987: Not at this stage -- we'll add them.04:01
austin987wgrant, https://bugs.launchpad.net/launchpad/+bug/165010904:01
ubot5`Ubuntu bug 1650109 in Launchpad itself "Provide a link to imported git projects original source" [Undecided,New]04:01
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wgrantaustin987: Thanks.04:02
austin987thank you04:03
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pevmahi, I searched the net a bit but was not sure if it is possible (and how) to request to enable s390x and PowerPC processor arch pkg building? (it says: "Some architectures are restricted and may only be enabled or disabled by administrators.")13:08
cjwatsonpevma: https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad/+addquestion13:09
pevmathank you13:10
cjwatsonpevma: but it's only permitted for Canonical employees13:10
pevmathat answered my question  :)13:10
cjwatsonpevma: so if you're not one then I'm afraid we have to say no, because we don't have good enough sandboxing on those architectures yet13:10
pevmaunderstood... i am not13:10
cjwatsonwhen we do then it will be allowed13:10
pevmaok thanks -  any ETA13:11
cjwatsonneeds deployment of a new cloud first13:11
cjwatsondon't have a specific ETA as yet but s390x at least will hopefully be fairly soon13:11
cjwatsonpowerpc will be best-effort I guess, given https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/technical-board/2016-December/002274.html13:12
cjwatsonthough it may still be worth it for supporting stable releases13:12
xnoxpevma, note that ppc64el should be available as self service (at least i was under impression that it has become a generally available arch)13:12
pevmathanks cjwatson13:13
cjwatsonppc64el is self-service, yes13:13
pevmaxnox: yes ppc64el i have enabled ya13:13
pevmai have one more question  :) -13:19
pevmai have a package that i need to have enabled in /etc/pbuilderrc - > "USENETWORK=yes" during build because of pip version dependencies ...13:19
pevmaWhat is the best way to do that (if possible) in PPA. I am guessing using the rules file?13:19
cjwatsonThere's no way to do that13:19
cjwatsonYou need to package the pip dependencies in question as packages you can build-depend on, or (if absolutely necessary) bundle them13:19
pevmai can try looking into that yes13:20
pevmagood idea13:20
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tvansteenburghwgrant: this is still happening consistently: OOPS-bf417f9b83b1c83c27395d1e77e44b4016:24
tvansteenburghwgrant: should i file a bug somewhere?16:25
wgranttvansteenburgh: Yep, please file a bug at https://launchpad.net/launchpad/+filebug, including the OOPS ID.20:52
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cjwatsonSome cronned services will be stopped half an hour or so beforehand, so e.g. PPA publishing, builds, etc. will be delayed somewhat.21:58
tewardeesh that means I only have an hour to upload nginx o.O21:59
cjwatsonteward: Uploads will generally be queued, unless they hit one of the short intervals when a firewall is actually being replaced.22:00
cjwatsonteward: But they'll either just obviously fail or be queued, at any rate.22:00
DLangegee, application not available due to firewall maintenance ... the 90s are calling, cjwatson :)22:00
tewardcjwatson: though i've just got the upload in now, so hopefully it gets built :)22:01
cjwatsonDLange: Only so much you can do when the route to your database goes away ;-)22:02
DLangeyeah, everybody can have redundant paths ... where's the fun in doing that? :)22:03
cjwatsonNot something I have any control over, I'm afraid22:05
DLangeyeah, good luck with seeing your DB again in ~two hours and getting to sleep at a reasonable time!22:08
cjwatsonthe actual outages should only be a minute or so, that's just the total slot sysadmins have allocated for the whole lot22:10
tewardcjwatson: i guess I'm lucky - my upload got in, and built already it seems xD22:12
cjwatson(also, I'm just doing initial communication, I've no intention of staying up for it)22:12
wgrantI'll be here, though.22:13
DLangewell, nn cjwatson and good luck wgrant then :)22:16
* DLange is off for the night, too22:16
sergio-br2uh, wily builds no more, but vivid yes?22:29
dobeysergio-br2: wily is EOL; vivid is still weird special child because of phone, but is EOL otherwise22:29
dobeysergio-br2: you should not be building stuff on vivid generally22:29
sergio-br2ah, ubuntu phone22:30
sergio-br2should I disable vivid in my PPAs then?22:30
dobeyyes, i would say so22:30
sergio-br2the thing is, you always find users using old ubuntu22:31
dobeydoesn't mean they are supported22:31
sergio-br2there should be an option to disable a release in the ppa or recipes massively22:46
sergio-br2the libretro ppa has something like 70 or more recipes T.T22:46
wgrantsergio-br2: You can use an API script to do that easily.22:48
sergio-br2launchpadlib ?23:01

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