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Trevinhoduflu: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/mutter/merge_requests/216 is tracked by any ubuntu bug?02:49
gitbotGNOME issue (Merge request) 216 in mutter "cogl-winsys-glx: Fix frame notification race/leak [performance]" [1. Bug, 5. Cogl, Merged]02:49
dufluTrevinho, no it was found in an experimental branch which never survived :)02:50
dufluNot relevant to reality, yet02:50
Trevinhoduflu: ok, any bug you know has been fixed in between git log b2d0184c6...3.32.102:50
* duflu searches02:51
Trevinhomaybe https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/mutter/issues/542 is tracked?02:51
gitbotGNOME issue 542 in mutter "Crash with additional GPU-less KMS display device" [1. Crash, 5. Backend: Native, Closed]02:51
* duflu searches more02:52
dufluTrevinho, only in gnome-shell. I have been monitoring git and updating bugs already... https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bugs?field.tag=fixed-in-3.32.102:54
dufluNothing in mutter I know of02:54
Trevinhook, good that was the only one I knew too02:54
dufluTrevinho, AFAIK no Ubuntu users are using devices like that in #542, yet02:55
Trevinhonew 3.32.1 g-s stack is finally out, debian packaging ready... I'll prepare ubuntu ones once Laney will upload those :P05:52
seb128good morning desktopers05:53
seb128hey trevinho05:53
Trevinhohi seb12805:53
seb128trevinho, SRU a this point, you can already prepare them, L_aney is going to need something to review if you want him to upload :)05:53
seb128trevinho, how are you?05:54
Trevinhoseb128: see #debian-gnome, is already there for review05:54
seb128ah, I misread what you wrote05:54
Trevinhoseb128: as per SRU stuff, it's going to be easy, but I want debian to be relased first so I can merge with the debian tag05:54
seb128you will prepare the Ubuntu ones once the Debian ones are uploaded05:54
TrevinhoI'm good, though :)05:54
seb128is that to avoid having to rebase in the Debian side change?05:55
Trevinhojust back from awesome tacos... And actually about to sleep :P05:55
seb128have a good night!05:55
Trevinhoseb128: yeah, I'd prefer to have debian set05:55
Trevinhohowever let's hope we can avoid to have this problems soon if we get salsa for us too05:56
seb128you can merge from the commit you think is going to be tagged05:59
seb128but you can also go to bed and see if your uploads getting sponsored during the day :)05:59
didrocksgood morning06:28
jibelHi all06:37
didrockssalut jibel06:43
dufluMorning didrocks and jibel07:34
seb128lut didrocks jibel07:47
seb128tseliot, did you get a chance to test bug #1822937?07:51
ubot5`bug 1822937 in nvidia-settings (Ubuntu) "NVIDIA settings won't write to /etc/xorg" [Low,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/182293707:51
didrockshey duflu, seb12807:51
willcookeGood morning disco desktoppers08:03
didrockshey willcooke08:04
seb128hey willcooke, Laney08:07
seb128happy disco day!08:07
willcookehi didrocks seb12808:08
didrockshey Laney08:10
seb128willcooke, bug #1825230 is one for you :p08:31
ubot5`bug 1825230 in ubuntu-wallpapers (Ubuntu) "She should work at Canonical" [Wishlist,Opinion] https://launchpad.net/bugs/182523008:31
tseliotseb128: no, not yet09:04
seb128tseliot, k, I wonder if that's a missing depends on the screen extra package, the bt on the bug has a dbus error due to that one missing09:06
tseliotseb128: nvidia-settings (at least the one in the archive) had Depends: pkg-config, screen-resolution-extra (>= 0.12)09:09
seb128tseliot, k, let's see the dpkg output from that user then09:10
seb128andyrock, hey, are you still looking for bugs to poke at and are you busy enough atm? ;)09:12
seb128andyrock, bug #1825153 do you plan to do something about it09:13
ubot5`bug 1825153 in gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu) "Spinner in "apps" page keeps spinning if there is no connectivity" [Medium,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/182515309:13
seb128Laney, andyrock, didrocks, or should we reassign to gtk with a "spinner don't animate in a VM" description09:13
Laneythat's not the bug I commented on yesterday09:14
Laneybut maybe09:14
seb128sorry I meant bug #182511609:15
ubot5`bug 1825116 in gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu) "spinner waiting for snapd content is frozen" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/182511609:15
seb128picked the wrong one in the bug list, the title was close enough that it confused me09:15
seb128Laney, ^ I meant09:15
Laneycertainly not g-i-s09:15
seb128I reassign to gtk then09:15
Laneyprobably not going to be a quick hack for andyrock though09:15
seb128no, I think if GTK upstream decided to turn those off rather than fix the animations to not suck that's probably because it's not easy09:16
seb128which makes me think it's probably not something we are going to do either (unless we decide it's important enough, but I don't think that's the case atm)09:16
seb128reassigned/retitled at least09:17
seb128thx for the input :)09:17
didrocksseb128: I think upstream gtk makes sense as well. Sounds wrong to turn in particular the spinner animation off09:20
didrocksas you are supposed to tell "we are doing work, it didn't hang"09:20
didrocksso maybe reducing the animation tick rate09:20
didrocksfor VM, but not disabling it09:21
seb128didrocks, yeah, well my take from the discussion/fact that they that is that they have code issues that makes non trivial to workaround way09:24
seb128and it's probably a known bug upstream, I'm having a look09:24
didrocksyeah, probably known, still worth checking, thx!09:25
seb128basically https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gtk/issues/40809:25
gitbotGNOME issue 408 in gtk "GtkSpinner animation eats too much CPU" [Css, Gtkspinner, Other Widgets, Performance, Bugzilla, Opened]09:25
seb128andyrock, the bug poking I had in mind is low priority, it's https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-software/+bug/180191209:29
ubot5`Ubuntu bug 1735071 in gnome-software (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1801912 Ctrl + F search disengages immediately after CTRL + F pressed" [Low,Confirmed]09:29
seb128seems another IM related GTK_IM_MODULE=xim workarounds it09:29
seb128file-roller has a similar issue (but not under wayland)09:29
tseliotseb128: I can reproduce the problem here. Something is definitely broken09:50
andyrockseb128: hey! I'll take a look :)09:58
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seb128andyrock, thx11:27
seb128tseliot, ah, good :)11:27
* duflu falls off chair11:45
dufluThat's me done till Tuesday ish11:45
marcustomlinsonLoving 19.04 guys. Good job! The slickest release yet12:05
seb128marcustomlinson, thx :)12:06
willcookeWell done everyone!13:14
seb128thx willcooke13:15
seb128indeed, well done team, smooth cycle and solid result!13:15
andyrockseb128: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-software/merge_requests/19915:38
gitbotGNOME issue (Merge request) 199 in gnome-software "shell: Don't progate CTRL+F key pressed event" [Opened]15:38
andyrockthis should be enough to fix the ctrl+f issue15:39
seb128andyrock, woot, do you understand why using xim made it work? (also it works on fedora today, but that might be due to the fact they use wayland/wayland-im)15:41
andyrockno tbh but stopping the event shoudl be the right thing to do15:42
andyrocklikely it was just a typo15:42
seb128file-roller doesn't use GDK_EVENT so probably not the same bug :/15:43
seb128(bug #1825085)15:43
ubot5`bug 1825085 in file-roller (Ubuntu) "[Ubuntu 18.10] Ctrl+F search does not work" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/182508515:43
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didrockshello and goodbye Trevinho ;)16:28
Trevinhooh, EU time is over :)16:29
Trevinhobye didrocks16:29
didrockssee you tomorrow! ;)16:29
Trevinhoah I thought was holidays in FR16:29
Laneysee you TUESDAY!17:05
seb128cyphermox, bug #1825206 claims to be a SRU regression21:23
ubot5`bug 1825206 in netplan.io (Ubuntu) "No wifi adapter present in Gnome after upgrade to 0.96-0ubuntu0.18.10.2" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/182520621:23
seb128sorry I meant that to be on devel21:23

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