didrocksgood morning06:17
dufluMorning didrocks06:26
didrockshey duflu06:28
jibelmorning every one06:43
didrockssalut jibel06:44
jibelsalut didrocks, ça va?06:44
didrocksjibel: toujours conjonctivite & angine + Martin gastro, mais bon, à part ça… ;)06:45
didrockset toi ?06:45
jibelbien bien06:47
dufluMorning jibel06:50
dufluNew monitor arrived today. It's a huge 8.9" :)07:24
dufluSo it actually fits on the desk07:25
dufluAnd should travel nicely too07:25
didrocks8.9" is huge?07:26
didrocksthat's the diagonale, right?07:27
didrocksit's very small, no?07:28
didrockslike 20-something cms07:29
dufludidrocks, yes, small. The goal is to fit under my real monitor07:29
dufluand still provide multimonitor testing07:29
didrocksok, the "huge" was sarcastic :)07:29
dufludidrocks, yes that's the Australian and British way07:30
dufluand others07:30
dufludidrocks, also USB powered07:32
dufluIn theory if you have USB 3.1 gen 2 then you only need a single cable07:32
didrocksUSB powered, sounds interesting07:32
willcookemorning all07:40
dufluMorning willcooke07:42
willcookeafternoon duflu, thanks for the mail, very helpful07:42
dufluwillcooke, no worries - zero additional effort07:42
dufluwillcooke,  I wrote that when I noticed Phoronix was suggesting things that aren't in 3.32 were07:43
didrockshey willcooke07:43
willcookeNever let the facts get in the way of a good story.07:43
willcookehi didrocks, how are you feeling today?07:44
seb128good morning desktopers07:49
willcookehi seb128, how goes?07:50
seb128willcooke, hey, good so far (but the baby has been sick this night (stomach), hopefully I'm not next). You?07:51
dufluHi seb12807:51
willcookeseb128, so far so good07:51
seb128hey duflu07:53
seb128hey Laney, how are you?08:01
dufluHi Laney08:03
willcookemorning Laney08:04
didrockswillcooke: a little bit better (but still angina + eyes), but the little one had gastroenteritis… so, hem :)08:05
oSoMoNgood morning desktoppers08:05
didrockshey oSoMoN, Laney08:05
willcookehi oSoMoN08:06
seb128lut oSoMoN, en forme ? ça va mieux le dos ?08:06
willcookebad luck didrocks :(08:06
oSoMoNhey didrocks, Laney, willcooke, seb12808:07
didrocksjust hoping that everyone will be ""fixed"" soon!08:07
willcookeIt's never ending.08:07
oSoMoNseb128, oui, ce matin au réveil la douleur avait disparu, il semblerait que le chiropracteur aie bien fait son boulot08:07
willcookenever. ending.08:07
dufluMorning oSoMoN08:08
oSoMoNhey duflu08:09
seb128willcooke, is it school holidays this week for you? ;)08:09
willcookeseb128, yeah. And next week.08:09
* willcooke -> London next week08:09
Laneyhey seb128 duflu willcooke didrocks oSoMoN08:09
LaneyLooks like we forgot to sync gjs08:22
dufluWhat's new in gjs land?08:23
* duflu looks08:24
dufluOh, a couple of releases08:25
dufluOr one release if odd numbers don't count08:25
seb128Laney, oh, I though it was a decision to not bother. I asked about it before holidays but it was already in FFe time, and I think someone (Marco?) said there was nothing really important/we needed in the new version08:30
seb128anyway, we missed the boat on a couple of GNOME updates this cycle :/08:30
Laneymy recollection is that andyroc_k did it late but we still intended to sync08:32
LaneyI think that I/we just forgot08:32
seb128ah ok08:33
seb128"ups" :)08:33
oSoMoNduflu, you wrote in your weekly report that we're waiting on a 3.32.1 release of mutter for the fix for bug #1817924, shouldn't we backport the fix before release?08:33
ubot5`bug 1817924 in mutter (Ubuntu Disco) "(In Xorg sessions only) apps launched from gnome shell do not get input focus" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/181792408:33
dufluoSoMoN, there's a bunch, so I wouldn't want to backport individual ones when a point release will bring them for free (soon?) https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bugs?field.tag=fixed-in-3.32.108:34
Laneywe'll get the whole branch one way or another08:35
dufluYeah, release or git commit I guess08:35
oSoMoNmakes sense, but that bug is very visible, I think it should be fixed before release08:36
Laneyit will be08:37
dufluOh, blurry wallpaper should be on that list08:39
dufluI don't think we have a launchpad bug for it08:39
seb128we are going to get what is in git09:15
seb128either tarball or snapshot09:15
LaneyI just said that09:15
seb128yeah, I confirm/re-enforce since it looks like oSoMoN was a bit stressed still09:16
seb128or maybe he was writting before reading your reply09:17
seb128didrocks, thx for the gnome-boxes update!09:20
oSoMoNLaney & seb128, thanks for the confirmation, I just wanted to make double sure we wouldn't be shipping the release with that bug09:28
oSoMoNseb128, I have the librsvg ftbfs bug figured out, just finishing up a local build to confirm, and I will need a core-dev to sponsor the upload09:29
seb128oSoMoN, I can do that09:39
seb128good work!09:39
tkamppeterseb128, someone will sponsor gtk+3.0 for disco before FF?09:57
seb128tkamppeter, Laney pinged mclasen about having a release to get into 19.04, that should include your commit if that happens09:58
tkamppeterseb128, OK, thanks.09:59
oSoMoNseb128, there's more needed it seems, the build completes but the unit tests fail reliably, looking into that now10:05
seb128thx oSoMoN10:05
handsome_fengHi, I confirmed a bug in ubuntu 19.04/18.04 just now that onboard will cause the desktop crashed, see LP: #182045111:28
ubot5`Launchpad bug 1820451 in Ubuntu Kylin "Onboard cause desktop crash and then log out" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/182045111:28
seb128handsome_feng, hey, unsure what reply/comment you were looking after here?12:02
seb128handsome_feng, we don't maintain Kylin12:03
handsome_fengIt also reproduce in ubuntu 19.04 and ubuntu 18.0412:03
handsome_fengseb128, I have attached a syslog in the bug which is in ubuntu 19.0412:04
seb128yeah, I get all those facts12:04
seb128still unsure what you want from us though?12:04
seb128as said we don't maintain Kylin...12:05
seb128or do you mean you reproduce on an Ubuntu session?12:05
seb128but Ubuntu/GNOME don't use onboard anymore in recent versions12:05
seb128that conflict with the integrated osk12:06
handsome_fengemmm, I installed the ubuntu 19.04 daily recently, and I can open the onboard from gnome-terminal.12:07
seb128do you confuse the gnome-shell onscreen keyboard and onboard maybe?12:08
seb128your log has an xorg segfault, maybe that's the issue12:11
seb128Apr 10 19:15:13 lm-ThinkPad-T420s /usr/lib/gdm3/gdm-x-session[1314]: (EE) 2: /usr/lib/xorg/Xorg (XkbCompileKeymapFromStri12:11
seb128ng+0x228d) [0x55b5731374cd]12:11
handsome_fengIt's strange, The germinate-output shows that onboard isn't in ubuntu iso, but I didn't remember I have installed it manual...12:15
seb128the bt seems a bit similar to the one in https://github.com/andyholmes/gnome-shell-extension-gsconnect/issues/32312:16
gitbotandyholmes issue 323 in gnome-shell-extension-gsconnect "GSConnect crashes Gnome Shell on receiving unicode input, if Caribou is not installed" [Bug, Upstream, Closed]12:16
seb128"Passing AT-SPI non-ASCII keyvals will crash Xorg" it states12:16
seb128I wonder if they upstreamed the issue12:17
seb128kenvandine, on the SRU for bug #1592177 one user pointed out that the fix isn't working for snaps, which is expected since it's not in the platform snap ... do we have a process to include SRU fixes to the platform snap?14:50
ubot5`bug 1592177 in gtk+3.0 (Ubuntu) "Focus drops from search input in GtkFileChooserDialog after first character, which stops searching (broken behaviour)" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/159217714:50
kenvandineseb128: i guess we can handle bugs there14:52
seb128kenvandine, thx14:53
kenvandineseb128: kind of sucks having bugs tracked in different places though14:55
seb128kenvandine, yeah :/14:55
seb128kenvandine, https://gitlab.gnome.org/Community/Ubuntu/gnome-3-28-1804/issues/214:56
gitbotUbuntu issue 2 in gnome-3-28-1804 "Backport fileselector focus fix from bionic SRU" [Opened]14:56
kenvandineseb128: still in bionic-proposed though15:04
kenvandinei could kick off a rebuild with proposed, but not sure what else that might pull in15:04
seb128kenvandine, right, well it got verified now so I guess it's going to move to updates this week15:04
seb128kenvandine, no, don't, I was just wondering if there is a process to pull updates in the snap15:04
seb128or do you include automatically bionic-updates and do rebuilds when there is an archive change?15:05
kenvandineit automatically rebuilds on source changes, but for packages i need to trigger it15:05
seb128well I let you know once the SRU is published then :)15:05
seb128thank you!15:06
Laneynew mutter and shell available for someone to merge15:41
Laneyhi Trevinho15:41
Trevinhohi Laney15:41
TrevinhoLaney: yeah, just seen I can do that if you want15:41
Laneygo for it15:42
seb128hey trevinho, how are you?15:45
Trevinhohi seb128, good!15:50
Trevinhoit's always a nice day here and this perfect spring makes me happier :)15:51
Trevinhowhat about you?15:52
seb128good :)15:52
didrockshey hey Trevinho ;)15:52
seb128I'm good thx15:52
Trevinhohi didrocks15:52
k_alamseb128, Laney: Hi, did you get my earlier ping about systemd ?16:00
seb128k_alam, hey, your fix is in https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/240-6ubuntu416:00
k_alamah, right, it got merged today...Thanks.16:02
seb128np, sorry it took so long16:02
k_alamAlright, np16:02
k_alamAnother thing unity requires a rebuild...does it need to go through bileto ?16:03
willcooketseliot, could you take a look at this one and see if anything can be done before release? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/182417716:04
ubot5`Ubuntu bug 1824177 in nvidia-graphics-drivers-410 (Ubuntu) "dmesg spammed with nvidia-nvlink messages during install" [Undecided,Confirmed]16:04
k_alamrebuild against libunity that is16:04
Laneyk_alam: no, but why does it?16:05
k_alamLaney: libunity has replaced tomboy scope with gnote...so unity recommends needs to change16:07
k_alamsee https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libunity/+bug/180867116:08
ubot5`Ubuntu bug 1808671 in libunity (Ubuntu) "Drop non working scopes" [Undecided,Fix released]16:08
Laneyok, is that generated somehow?16:09
k_alamyes, by a script16:09
Laneywtf, unity's changelog has conflict markers in it16:09
k_alamI see that...so does this mean it can't be compiled ?16:15
Laneyno, it means that someone didn't check the diff when publishing https://bileto.ubuntu.com/#/ticket/350416:15
Laneywould be good to fix that up, then you get your rebuild as well16:16
tseliotwillcooke: that is probably something that dkms does. I need to look into that16:20
willcookethanks tseliot16:21
willcooketseliot, the current effect is that it slows down the install a lot.  Everything does work, just takes ages to install16:21
tseliotwillcooke: yes, I don't think we need to load the module on the live installer, or right after the installation16:22
willcookeThe good news is that the drivers are now available on first boot, which was broken before16:23
TrevinhoLaney: for the appindicator sync is it in your list already? Or want me to prepare a click-only bileto?16:28
LaneyTrevinho: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/disco/+queue?queue_state=1&queue_text=gnome-shell-extension-appindicator16:29
TrevinhoLaney: ah thanks sosrry... I only looked at https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-shell-extension-appindicator16:29
k_alamTrevinho: It seems unity has same metge twice16:31
k_alam& this https://git.launchpad.net/unity/commit/?id=cb7ae65f8e26320661b2b156462fda0fba09af7716:31
k_alamhow to fix that ?16:31
k_alamalso see ^16:32
Trevinhok_alam: ouch, well let me do a manual fix for it16:39
k_alamk, thanks.16:43
Trevinhok_alam: should be fine nowù17:05
k_alamTrevinho: Yes, it is fixed now...please  make release a initiate a rebuild...17:26
Trevinhok_alam: what was the reason for the rebuild, what's different in libunity?17:30
k_alamit was bcz of this https://code.launchpad.net/~khurshid-alam/libunity/remove-deprecated-scopes/+merge/36243517:31
oSoMoNseb128, https://people.canonical.com/~osomon/librsvg/ has the source package for the librsvg FTBFS fix17:48
oSoMoNI will submit debian/patches/i386-rounding-errors.patch upstream when I get a chance, but gotta handle dinner now17:49
LaneyoSoMoN: https://salsa.debian.org/gnome-team/librsvg/commit/b590596af3ee8f1820279d861306c6e5fa88307117:59
Laneywill upload once there's an upstream URL for that patch (thanks!)17:59
Laney(just confirmed this ftbfs affects i386, so this upload will be going to unstable and then I'll do an unblock for buster)18:09
willcookekenvandine, any ideas how I can get some more logs out of g-i-s?  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-initial-setup/+bug/182418818:33
ubot5`Ubuntu bug 1824188 in gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu) "Software tab is empty on clean 19.04 install" [High,Confirmed]18:33
willcookeg-i-s doesnt seem to have a verbose mode18:34
willcookeand to make things more difficult, afaict it only shows the bug on the very first run, so I need to go in before I login and set something18:35
kenvandineSet G_MESSAGES_DEBUG=118:36
willcookecan I set that ahead of logging in?18:38
willcookelike via bashrc or something?18:38
willcookeoh, I could do that via the exec line18:38
willcookehm.  That didnt work.  I expect this is something to do with snapd not being ready and returning an empty list18:48
kenvandinemaybe while it's seeding?18:49
kenvandinelook in there18:49
kenvandinemight log to that18:49
ubot5`Ubuntu bug 1824188 in gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu) "Software tab is empty on clean 19.04 install" [High,Confirmed]18:53
willcookeApr 10 19:51:54 test-VirtualBox gnome-initial-s[1775]: Failed to get featured snaps: Failed to read from snapd: Error receiving data: Connection reset by peer19:05
willcookethat'll do it19:05
willcookethat'll have to do for today.  See you all tomorrow19:10
oSoMoNLaney, https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/librsvg/merge_requests/209 (sorry for the delay!)21:39
gitbotGNOME issue (Merge request) 209 in librsvg "Fix rounding error on i386 (#455)." [Opened]21:39

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