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tsimonq2xnox (cc vorlon): ack on the CSS changes.02:55
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vorlontjaalton: intel-compute-runtime, note that this license should be labelled 'BSD-3-clause' in debian/copyright, not just 'BSD'05:07
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infinitybdmurray: That's actually meant to be a redirect through ubuntu.com, which appears to have broken some time in the past.  I'll talk to the web team about it this morning.05:20
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tjaaltonvorlon: yes, fixed in git05:35
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-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- Builds: Kubuntu Desktop amd64 [Disco Final] has been marked as ready07:16
acheronukmorning. any issues cropped up demanding respins, or are we looking good over all?07:18
acheronukI'm assuming the later, as infin1ty just did block-all source07:18
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acheronukinfinity or anyone else who may know.. flavours such as Kubuntu supported 16.04 for 3 year, so do we get a EOL email sent out from Ubuntu, or does each flavour so their own. Plus where do we set the date? Exactly at the 3 year date? (e.g. 17th April for 16.04)07:55
acheronukApril 21st I mean!07:55
acheronukalso, there is some confusion about trusty eol date. 5 years would be 17th, but some sources (including a now removed statement on a Ubuntu blog) say 30th April07:57
infinityacheronuk: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-announce/2019-March/000241.html <-- The official EOLish date08:02
infinityacheronuk: As for the flavour 3y EOLs, no, I don't send notices for those.08:03
infinityacheronuk: If you have flavour mailing lists and blogs, I'd suggest maybe mentioning it there, but I also expect flavour users to follow LTS to LTS, since that's what the 3y overlap is meant to facilitate.08:03
acheronukinfinity: thanks. did not see that email08:04
acheronukon the overlap, yes, of course. some users are hard to shift onwards though ;)08:05
jibelwillcooke, infinity just finished netboot, unless you have something pending on your side, Ubuntu Desktop and netboot are good to ship for me.08:13
willcookejibel, woot. thanks!08:13
infinityjibel: \o/08:13
sil2100pi's look good as well08:15
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willcooke\o/ \o/ \o/08:17
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bluesabrehigh fives all around (and back to bed)09:01
sil2100bluesabre: thanks o/09:31
lunaUbuntu 19.04 Release party at TG LAN in Norway later tonight09:32
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LocutusOfBorgCVE fixes ^^10:28
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Laneytsimonq2: might want to fix that lubuntu link in the release notes?11:38
tsimonq2Laney: I assumed sil2100  would have done it. :P11:41
tsimonq2I'll look.11:41
sil2100No no no, I was only whipping about doing that11:42
infinitytsimonq2: Mark yourself ready too. :P11:46
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tsimonq2infinity: .12:17
tsimonq2I'll play with the wiki when I'm *not* on my phone. :P12:17
tsimonq2Oh, nice. The wiki doesn't like me today.12:31
tsimonq2The link is literally s/cosmic/disco/ with nothing else changed. Can someone please JFDI?12:32
tsimonq2Laney, sil2100: ^12:32
Wimpresstsimonq2: Are your RM for Lubuntu this release?12:36
acheronuktsimonq2: the wiki hates everyone today12:38
Laneytsimonq2: ok, someone will need to make it not 404 then12:40
tsimonq2Wimpress: I am by default, wxl had to fill in last cycle because I was deathly ill.12:42
tsimonq2Laney: It'll stop 404ing when the ISOs come out. :P12:42
tsimonq2Wimpress: (If I'm not around, wxl is my backup, and then it falls back to the Lubuntu Council.)12:42
tsimonq2acheronuk: s/today/always/ :P12:44
tsimonq2Oh, I actually see ISOs.12:45
acheronuktsimonq2: https://www.ubuntu.com/ says 19.04 is out. going to wait for the email still?13:13
=== infinity changed the topic of #ubuntu-release to: Released: Bionic 18.04.2, Disco 19.04 | Archive: Closed | Eoan Release Coordination | Please don't upload things during freezes where you shouldn't, or be prepared to apologise to the release team | We accept payment in cash, check or beer | melius malum quod cognoscis
acheronukand instantly I sees infinity's email :)13:14
cjwatsonWell done13:17
ginggshappy 19.04 everyone!13:18
tsimonq2/o/ \o\ /o/ \o\ /o/ \o\ /o/ \o\ /o/ \o\13:18
tsimonq2Congrats everyone!13:18
gaughencongrats all!13:24
EickmeyerCongrats all!13:40
Ukikieinfinity: Congrats.13:46
sil2100tsimonq2: I'm either on some unreliable network or the link to https://lubuntu.me/disco-released doesn't work ;)13:48
sil2100tsimonq2: the announcement is out, I guess it's *time*13:49
LocutusOfBorgdo we have a codename for EE???13:49
* LocutusOfBorg is joking, just to be clear13:49
LocutusOfBorgcongrats everybody!13:49
cyphermoxLocutusOfBorg: Edgy Eft :)13:49
LocutusOfBorgfor some seconds I took it seriously13:50
cyphermoxdead serious, only 13 years ago13:50
mdeslaurEdgy Eft II13:53
LocutusOfBorgfor the first time, non canonical contributions are at the first place?13:54
UkikieLocutusOfBorg: One might notice https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/Eoan-changes and https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/eoan13:55
infinityLooks like that's been a trend for a couple of years.  I blame people who take over the job of autosync after we freeze and stop syncing. :P13:55
infinityBut also, Canonical contribution has obviously dropped off a bit since we dropped Unity.13:56
LocutusOfBorginfinity, actually if you see the number of packages, haskell is probably to blame ;)13:56
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Odd_BlokeEdgy Eft II: Electric Eoogaloo13:56
lunahttp://releases.ubuntu.com/19.04/ubuntu-19.04-desktop-amd64.iso.torrent 0 day Ubuntu Linux warez13:57
LocutusOfBorgbut I think half of my effort is "syncing packages after pushing the delta to debian" and hopefully with gcc9 we will loose all our "wl-asneeded"13:57
LocutusOfBorgis the archive open yet for eoan? :p13:58
* LocutusOfBorg wants to be the first to ask13:58
LocutusOfBorgseriously, good job release team! its time to celebrate and party!13:58
* juliank moved up from 16th to 15th place14:10
juliankthis ubuntu-activity thing is fun14:11
juliankbut like a lot of the apt stuff I do is just synced14:12
infinityjuliank: Yeah, it doesn't record autosyncs, but if you beat the bot and sync yourself, it'll pick that up. :P14:14
infinityAt the end of the day, though, it's really just a way to see who does the most transitions.14:15
juliankI mostly upload things so they are synced when I wake up the next day14:15
infinity(And the Canonical/Community split is always an interesting non-metric)14:15
tsimonq2sil2100: I would do it if I didn't have school to attend to. I'll publish during my lunch in a little more than two hours.14:15
LocutusOfBorginfinity, I think we should remove the "buildN" uploads, we would have better results14:16
* infinity shrugs.14:16
LocutusOfBorg(even if no change rebuilds with delta have "ubuntu" suffix)14:16
infinityI don't think accuracy of results are really a goal.  Plus, "accuracy" changes depending on what you think it's meant to be measuring.14:17
tsimonq2What is Eoan? Is it a misspelling of Eon?14:22
LocutusOfBorgwhat would happen if I propose to do only one release each year? do you have statistics of installation of LTS VS non-LTS releases?14:24
LocutusOfBorgI think it might be time to relax a bit :D14:24
infinityLocutusOfBorg: Releasing less often means longer freezes and bug-hunting periods.14:25
infinityLocutusOfBorg: Releasing more often (or continuously, as some want) means never getting new features, because there's no time to fix bugs.14:25
infinityLocutusOfBorg: 6mo feels like a sweet spot for a large OS-sized project.14:25
tsimonq2infinity: Weird, a physical Merrium-Webster dictionary didn't have itm14:26
infinitytsimonq2: Maybe Merriam would have, but your cheap knock-off Merrium didn't?14:26
tsimonq2I don't know, it was a very large dictionary.14:27
LocutusOfBorginfinity, OTOH, who cares about installing something that will be thrown away in less than 9mo?14:27
infinityLocutusOfBorg: Lots of people.14:27
tsimonq2Anyway, as usual, once we have the noun, dibs on the wiki.14:27
LocutusOfBorgok, that was my request, do you have statistics?14:27
infinityNot handy.14:28
LocutusOfBorgok :)14:28
infinityPopularity definitely skews more toward LTS these days, but that's mostly due to cloud.14:28
LocutusOfBorgit would be nice to compare LTS and non-LTS, to see how many are following the 6months releases14:28
LocutusOfBorginfinity, that is my point, almost every people I know, are using LTS because of 5 years support14:28
tsimonq2LocutusOfBorg: I heard LTS:non-LTS was 10:1. Don't quote me on that.14:29
LocutusOfBorgwith hwe LTS gained also new features14:29
infinitytsimonq2: Stats like that count each cloud instance as an install, though, which is likely not a fair metric.14:29
tsimonq2(Typing on mobile.)14:29
tsimonq2I do agree with infinity though.14:30
LocutusOfBorgbut do you agree that the sum of "new features" each release decreased in the last 10 years?14:30
LocutusOfBorgI mean, ok I was probably a younger student 10 years ago, and students have lots of time to format the laptop14:30
infinityI'm not sure I agree with that, no.14:31
infinityWe get a ton of churn.14:31
LocutusOfBorgbut meh, "updated kernel updated glib, updated gnome updated foobar", but nothing really heartbreaking14:31
infinityAnd it's more each year.14:31
LocutusOfBorgI don't think I got what you said14:31
EickmeyerUbutnu Studio's update was huge. Our 25th release, and it was pretty feature-full.14:32
LocutusOfBorgwhat is "churn?" :) -ENONATIVESPEAKER14:32
infinityIf by "new feature" you mean "holy crap, it suspends and resumes without crashing", sure, we get less of that, but that's because once you solve a problem like that, it's done.14:32
infinitySo, we're a bit more "boring" by virtue of the fact that we suck less.14:32
LocutusOfBorgthat is a fair point, but I mean like "hey we switched from gnome2 to gnome3" or something similar14:32
ginggswas that a feature?14:33
infinityLocutusOfBorg: "churn", constant movement of stuff.  Lots of changes.  More thousands of lines of code change per year now than 4 years ago or 8.14:33
LocutusOfBorginfinity, of course code changes are big! but is end user experiencing something different at the end?14:33
tsimonq2Instead of changing the release cycle, I would argue in 2019 you don't need 3 mo ths to upgrade if you're on the non-LTS anyway.14:33
LocutusOfBorgI mean, my bionic is stable, I never had to think wrt moving to cosmic or disco14:34
infinityLocutusOfBorg: End user experience doesn't define our workload.14:34
LocutusOfBorgmaybe end user installation might define it a little bit, if we discover nobody is installing non-LTS because of $reasons...14:34
infinityLocutusOfBorg: The bottom line is that lots of changed code means lots of work keeping it integrated.  The longer you allow unfettered churn, the longer you have to stop to fix it all.14:34
LocutusOfBorgbut less releases means also less SRUs14:35
infinityLocutusOfBorg: Our freezes are much less painful than Debian's, and it's not because we're somehow more awesom, it's because we're dealing with smaller chunks of destabilisation.14:35
LocutusOfBorgactually just to point my little experience, I discovered today I fixed a java11 issue in virtualbox in bionic, and I completely forgot about cosmic14:35
LocutusOfBorgbecause 1) I wasn't aware of java11 going in cosmic 2) nobody pointed it out, so I forgot about it14:36
LocutusOfBorgmy guess is that I'm not the only one who in terms of fixing stable bugs has a tendency to consider only LTS and LTS-1 instead of everything else14:38
cjwatsonYou're not, but I think that's OK - we don't have to fix everything14:38
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LocutusOfBorg(not something I do on purpose!)14:38
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LocutusOfBorgoh.... so you are already ready for eoan? surprising14:48
infinityLocutusOfBorg: No.14:49
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LocutusOfBorgof course you aren't yet, but the work started quickly on that cicle14:49
LaneyIt can start once we get the name, which happened in time this cycle.14:50
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teward*hands the Release Team beers*15:11
* Eickmeyer sends teward a quad-shot venti latte15:12
* teward absorbs through osmosis15:12
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tsimonq2Nice, Eanimals are cool. Is that Australian? :P15:28
sil2100I don't know, I'm not very knowledgable in animals! Especially e-animals15:29
sil2100Bionic animals?15:30
vorloncongrats, all!15:42
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acheronukinfinity: perhaps an impossible things to estimate, but do you have an ETA on updating the metadata to turn do-release-upgrades on?16:42
acheronukif not, then fine :)16:43
infinitybdmurray: ^16:55
bdmurrayinfinity: Do you want me to give an estimage? ;-)16:55
infinitybdmurray: Sure. :)16:55
infinitybdmurray: Or if you're not aware of any upgrade showstoppers, do the thing.16:56
* infinity needs to lie down for a bit to let these drugs clear his sinuses.16:56
bdmurrayinfinity: I'm not aware of any because either nobody tests or its perfect16:56
bdmurrayacheronuk: real soon now maybe an hour at most17:02
acheronukbdmurray: I know in recent times it has been a few days. if we look like going sooner, I won't complain17:02
acheronukbdmurray: people have been asking, and all I have been able to do is cite past examples17:03
bdmurrayacheronuk: what release did we wait days? I'm not remembering one immediately17:05
acheronukbdmurray: I don't recall. the memory is insistent on the fact, but could be mistaken I guess17:13
acheronuksomething like release on Thurs but meta not updated until Monday17:13
acheronukhonesly, I don't care if that memory or normal procedure is wrong. :)17:14
bdmurraywell if you are repeating it and its wrong...17:14
acheronukI did say it could be hrs to a few days, depending...17:15
acheronukpoint being that as said, only done if it seems no showstoppers. which I can only hedge bets on17:18
bdmurrayokay for bionic we did wait a couple of days17:18
acheronukfair enough17:19
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ahasenackvorlon: ^20:03
valorieThank you release team!20:13
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tsimonq2infinity, vorlon: Can I please get your AA hat opinion? https://github.com/lxqt/libfm-qt/issues/370#issuecomment-48467122220:15
gitbotlxqt issue 370 in libfm-qt "Licensing question" [Closed]20:15
vorlontsimonq2: can you phrase that in the form of a question rather than a link to a nondescript comment in a github issue? :)20:17
tsimonq2vorlon: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=927380 two files were released with the wrong license.20:18
ubot5`Debian bug 927380 in release.debian.org "unblock: libfm-qt/0.14.1-5" [Normal,Open]20:18
vorlonthat's still not a question20:18
tsimonq2What is the appropriate action here?20:18
vorlonmerge the new version when Ergonomic opens?20:19
tsimonq2Patch the source, or call it good since upstream explicitly patched it?20:19
tsimonq2For Disco.20:19
vorlonthere are plenty of upstream license statements in source tarballs that are incorrect20:19
tsimonq2That's the answer then, thanks!20:20
vorlonwe don't need to do extra work to make the upstream license statements match reality :)20:20
tsimonq2Makes sense, just confirming :)20:20
vorlonand AIUI the upstream fix was to correct the license statement to LGPL, in which case debian/copyright happened to already be accuarte20:21
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tsimonq2Ahh, got it21:10

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