roaksoax /win 102:27
LocutusOfBorgcjwatson, we are not supporting officially all the init systems, but if an user wants to use a different one is able to do it, right?08:37
LocutusOfBorgI admit I did a lot of work trying to get runit working on Debian...08:37
cjwatsonI'm not sure Ubuntu supports any other init systems at all; but I think we should minimise effort on removing them08:39
cjwatsonJust on the usual minimise-delta policy08:40
jamespagedoko: there was an issue with the maintainer scripts in python3-gabbi which will have caused a FTBFS for all reverse-build-depends08:40
jamespageI've uploaded a fix but ^^ will all FTBFS at the moment08:42
LocutusOfBorgcjwatson, so, its like "hey we don't drop them because we should patch half the archive, but if you want to pursue a different init system you are on your own"08:43
cjwatsonLocutusOfBorg: I still don't understand why you thought it worth syncing openssh08:44
dokojamespage: fix for which package?08:44
dokoahh, -gabbi08:45
LocutusOfBorgcjwatson, for some reasons, I would like to have runit working on ubuntu too08:46
LocutusOfBorgI will fix it up08:46
LocutusOfBorgnot sure if with a dh_runit patch or something else...08:46
LocutusOfBorgmaybe conditional support on rules file in openssh?08:46
LocutusOfBorgI have to do some haskell finishing and polishing work08:47
LocutusOfBorgand then I'll focus on it08:47
cjwatsonLocutusOfBorg: MIRing runit-helper makes a lot more sense to me than adding conditional nonsense08:51
cjwatsonWhile we don't strictly need it for Ubuntu's use cases, it's also like 4416 bytes08:53
jamespagedoko: and likely the cause of FTBFS in08:53
jamespage*-> {python3-}tempest -> python3-gabbi08:53
jamespageanyway fix uploaded08:54
dokojamespage: I'll give back these main packages once -gabbi reaches the release pocket08:54
jamespage+1 thanks09:07
LocutusOfBorgopened bug LP: #184323609:14
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1843236 in dh-runit (Ubuntu) "[MIR] runit-helper" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184323609:14
dokorbasak, cpaelzer__, coreycb: not sure who cares about php, but php7.2 is still in main, and php7.3 is not migrating10:56
cpaelzer__doko: bryyce is after that since a few days actually10:57
cpaelzer__it should - as you'd expect - be just 7.3 in main and no 7.2 anymore10:58
rbasakRight - Bryce is working on it.11:01
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ahasenackcpaelzer__: would it be ok upload our postfix, adding the ftbfs fix as delta, and later sync with debian again?12:50
ahasenackthe fix was merged in salsa, but I don't see a new upload yet12:50
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cpaelzerahasenack: if such happens to me I just add a self-reminder to not forget syncing it in time12:51
cpaelzerbut othere than that I see nothing that would be bad fixing it as-is now12:51
ahasenackI think the branch is at 3.4.6 already even12:52
ahasenackthe salsa master branch, I mean12:52
ahasenackso a future sync would be not just that ftbfs fix12:52
dokosforshee: is there a reason that you still use bz2 compression in the linux-5.x-source package instead of xz?13:28
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dokosforshee, apw: linux-oem-osp1 needs promotion13:51
dokoat least it show up in component mismatches13:52
apwdoko, hmmm, ta13:54
dokosforshee, apw (and tseliot): nvidia-graphics-drivers-435 needs a bug subscriber (and then promotion)13:56
dokoor is desktop subscribed to these?13:56
* apw tries to remember what the kernel team for bugs is called13:56
dokoapw: at least nvidia-graphics-drivers-340 has desktop-packages as subscriber ...14:00
dokoseb128: ^^^14:00
dokoapw: and 390 has kernel-packages14:01
apwdoko, i'd say kernel-packages is fine14:01
* doko takes his foundations hat and runs away14:01
seb128doko, should be kernel team, it's maintained by tseliot14:02
apwdoko, i believe i have added that to the kernel-packages subscription14:05
dokota, promoted to restricted14:07
dokojamespage: updated https://people.canonical.com/~doko/ftbfs-report/test-rebuild-20190906-eoan.html15:35
jamespagedoko: ta15:35
bryycevorlon, from lp #1842969 sounds like a versioned removal request is in order?  Shall I file it?16:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1842969 in python-django (Ubuntu) "python-django 2.2.4 not for eoan" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184296916:00
cjwatsonnote that if you're doing this then you need to do an Ubuntu-local reintroduction of python-tblib (the py2 binary package) as a build-dependency16:24
cjwatsonpossibly some other stuff on https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/nbs.html16:24
bryycecjwatson, ah thanks16:24
cjwatsonalso I'm confused by why https://launchpad.net/bugs/1842969 has the alleged purpose of being a blocker bug, but doesn't have the block-proposed tag?16:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1842969 in python-django (Ubuntu) "python-django 2.2.4 not for eoan" [Undecided,Confirmed]16:25
bryycecjwatson, I can definitely add that tag, although think this may be a q for vorlon16:52
rbasaktsimonq2: o/ what has the attendence been like at the Ubuntu Flavors meetings please?17:41
rbasakI'm wondering if all flavours know of https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-flavors/2019-July/000000.html - are they all on the list?17:42
cyphermoxEickmeyer: ack, I'll try to get to that later tonight17:44
Eickmeyercyphermox: Thanks!18:31
Eickmeyerrbasak: The August meeting didn't happen because tsimonq2 failed to set the date, afaik.18:33
ubottucyphermox, jbicha, micahg, rbasak, sil2100, slashd, tsimonq2: DMB ping.19:02
coreycbdoko: thanks for the heads up on those build failures. that exposed a few remaining packages we missed with py2 drops. most of them are fixed up now and we'll fix up the remaining few as we cut new snapshots this week. ceilometerclient is slated for removal hopefully soon, bug 1836142. jamespage fyi20:07
ubottubug 1836142 in python-ceilometerclient (Ubuntu) "[RM] python-ceilometerclient" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/183614220:07

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