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cpaelzerDD is released, are we really still in FF/DIF (for EE then) as stated by the topic?05:12
cpaelzerI know there usually is a lot of cleanup/copy going on to open it up fully, so I wonder if we can already upload EE fixes or not05:13
cpaelzerjuliank: I checked the queues and saw https://launchpadlibrarian.net/420798523/lvm2_2.03.02-2ubuntu1_source.changes05:13
cpaelzerjuliank: this is clearly no old upload that just now happens to build, so taking that as an example we should already be open then - is that correct?05:13
dokoOdd_Bloke: it already is there, but I don't expect it to be there as "supported", because the release will be only in December06:10
Kendos-KenlenHi :)06:31
Kendos-Kenlenis it here I am supposed to ask questions about deb packaging ?06:32
juliankcpaelzer: yeah, lots of uploads happening already06:42
juliankcpaelzer: no toolchain changes early this cycle06:42
cpaelzerok, thanks juliank06:50
cpaelzerthat confirms what I saw in the queue06:50
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GunnarHjjdstrand: Hi Jamie! I updated the im-config package and wonder if the patch https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/f8TxJTTY22/ is still useful. Actually, since Ubuntu 17.10 we have let GDM launch IBus, which in other words has been launched without the --address option. (Doing so was a hack to deal with an urgent IM issue before the 17.10 release.) With the latest im-config upload to eoan the patch again adds that --address option.09:12
rbasakahasenack, cpaelzer, or maybe nacc or cjwatson: I need a peer review for https://code.launchpad.net/~racb/usd-importer/+git/usd-importer/+merge/366504 please, which should hopefully fix the importer.11:02
rbasakThanks :)11:05
WafficusHi there, I help out the Lubuntu team and I am wondering, who could I ask for help in terms of utilizing the Ubujtu Server ISO tester for use with Lubuntu isos?11:43
rbasakWafficus: paride might be able to help you, but he's out today11:47
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Wafficusrbasak: gotcha at least i know who i can ask this week. thanks!11:51
rbasakOh lovely, another bug.11:58
rbasakIn [8]: [s.name for s in lp.distributions['debian'].series if s.active]12:06
rbasakOut[8]: [u'sid', u'stretch', u'jessie', u'wheezy']12:06
rbasakcjwatson: LP lists 'wheezy' as "active", so the importer is assuming it's available in the Debian apt archive, but wheezy is now gone from there.12:06
rbasakcjwatson: is the assumption valid, or do we need to now flag wheezy in Launchpad as inactive?12:07
cjwatsonI need to consult on our process for that12:07
cjwatsonCan you send me an email or open a ticket or something?12:07
rbasakSure. Where should I open a ticket? Launchpad answers?12:08
cpaelzerrbasak: for the time being you might stip it from the returned list to get along right?12:08
cjwatsonrbasak: Yeah12:08
rbasakOK will do. I guess I can strip it from the returned list, though the "production" (experimental) importer runs from the snap, so hacking the code is a little painful.12:08
rbasak(I'll probably add a workaround to the code and deploy that for now)12:09
cjwatsonWe can probably just change the status since there are no publication records to change, but I don't want to accidentally break something that's complicated to unwind12:09
rbasakSure. I appreciate this needs care.12:09
rbasakI'll add a workaround for now.12:09
rbasakcjwatson: https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad/+question/68044412:15
Odd_Blokedoko: Thanks!12:44
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xnoxslashd, hey, so you are changing ceph from using openssl 1.0 to 1.1.1 in an SRU? i thought we agreed to fix build-dependencies and use openssl 1.0 in bionic, as it did before.14:35
xnoxslashd, or does that not work for some reason?14:36
rbasakcpaelzer or ahasenack: may I have a quick review of https://code.launchpad.net/~racb/usd-importer/+git/usd-importer/+merge/366519 please? It's quite small. Hopefully this will be the final importer fix needed.14:52
rbasak(I'm triggering a CI run now)14:53
cpaelzerrbasak:  I'm taking a look14:54
cpaelzeroh I remember that fromt he discussion this morning14:54
ahasenack"Some seriess are listed a...." typo14:54
cpaelzersnake series14:55
rbasakIt's the plural of series14:55
rbasakNot really English, but I'm not sure how to represent that better. It's a pattern I've used elsewhere in the codebase also.14:55
cjwatsonLP uses serieses when it has no alternative, but it's awkward14:57
cjwatsonand also not English14:57
cjwatsonnew rule: all terminology must have distinct singular/plural forms14:58
ahasenackrbasak: shouldn't that check be in self.active_series?15:00
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TJ-shouldn't it be "series's" ?15:05
cjwatsonHell no15:05
cjwatsonPlural is not possessive :)15:06
TJ-sorry, typo! "series' "15:06
cjwatsonEven worse15:06
cjwatsonThe actual plural is just "series", but randomly adding a possessive doesn't make it any clearer (and is no use as an identifier anyway) ...15:07
Odd_BlokeIt should be "series", but that doesn't really help. :p15:07
TJ-oh, so it should be "an array of series" then :)15:10
TJ-so "series[]"15:10
rbasakHow about: serie's15:12
rbasakanima'l? :-P15:59
rbasakAlso, Debian. wheezy, etc.15:59
cpaelzerchar's then16:00
slashdxnox, actually it's the opposite, I'm switching from 1.1 to 1.016:42
xnoxslashd, ack, that's what i thought we agreed. let me reread the diff, the merge proposal looks odd, with many commits.16:42
slashdxnox, https://git.launchpad.net/~slashd/ubuntu/+source/ceph/commit/?id=8023c8cd12ac82c0f2ea76e0cd0ec796abd3530716:42
xnoxslashd, this looks right!16:43
slashdjamespage fyi ^16:43
xnoxslashd, does it build & work?16:43
slashdxnox, yes and tested with impacted users16:43
xnoxslashd, but the changelog entry is bad.16:43
slashdxnox, I'm open to re-phrase it16:44
rbasakahasenack: updated https://code.launchpad.net/~racb/usd-importer/+git/usd-importer/+merge/366519 (force push16:44
xnoxslashd, it should say "use openssl 1.0 at build and runtime, as it's incompatible with 1.1 abi"16:44
xnoxslashd, cause you clearly did not fix incompatibility =)16:44
slashdxnox, yeah make more sense you are right16:44
slashdxnox, jamespage, so I'll SRU it if you guys are +1 on this (with the d/changelog modification)16:45
slashdxnox: https://git.launchpad.net/~slashd/ubuntu/+source/ceph/commit/?id=1abb386339c34bb793f1d7caa168930217724c7117:08
ahasenackrbasak: back17:13
ahasenackrbasak: is this change worth a test?17:15
ahasenackare there other tests around this area in the code? I haven't checked17:15
rbasakThere aren't tests in this area of code currently.17:18
rbasakHopefully the workaround will be gone very soon also.17:18
* rbasak EODs17:19
ahasenackrbasak: +117:19
ahasenackhi, I was searching for the proper procedure to request that a package be removed from ubuntu, but couldn't find it. I filed a bug, but is there some team I should subscribe to it, like the release team perhaps?21:05
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1826458 in gadmin-samba (Ubuntu) "Remove gadmin-samba from the archive" [Undecided,New]21:05
gQuigsahasenack: I think it could be added to this page: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ArchiveAdministration .. unfortunately viewing subscribed bugs (linked from that page) for examples fails for me..  I end up just looking at one of my old removal bugs as an example like https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sugar-record-activity/+bug/155871821:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1558718 in sugar-record-activity (Ubuntu) "Remove sugar-record-activity from archive or move to gst1.0" [Undecided,Fix released]21:12
gQuigsbut archive admins get cleared after the removal... I guess21:13
ahasenackgQuigs: did you subscribe a team? I'm looking at your template bug21:14
gQuigsahasenack: yup,. ubuntu-archive, but don't your bug won't qualify21:15
gQuigs1 sec21:15
ahasenackit's the reverse-depends?21:16
ahasenackit looks like the whole suite is obsolete21:16
ahasenackgadmintools is a metapackage21:17
ahasenackbut thanks21:18
ahasenackI have to run21:18
gQuigsahasenack: so it comes from Debian, you likely want to request removal from their first..21:18
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vorlonginggs: no we should not sync ttf-mscorefonts-installer23:02
vorlonginggs: that bug wasn't on my radar but I'll have a look at it tomorrow, thanks (I'm out sick today)23:04

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