callmepkgood morning02:37
didrocksgood morning06:30
oSoMoNgood morning desktoppers06:31
didrockssalut oSoMoN 06:32
oSoMoNsalut didrocks, ça va?06:33
didrocksoSoMoN: petites nuits, mais ça va, et toi ?06:40
oSoMoNdidrocks, ça va, beaucoup bricolé et jardiné ce week-end, pour changer :)06:41
marcustomlinsonmorning desktoppers07:04
oSoMoNmorning marcustomlinson, how are you?07:04
marcustomlinsonhey oSoMoN, doing alright thanks, regular 2 day weekend’s are lame though :P you?07:06
didrockshey marcustomlinson 07:07
oSoMoNmarcustomlinson, I completely agree, that week-end felt short :) I'm pretty good otherwise07:08
marcustomlinsonhey didrocks, how things?07:08
didrocksshort nights, but good, thanks, and you?07:10
marcustomlinsonsimilar answer ;)07:11
pieqhey desktoppers! On my 18.04 desktop, I often had issues with the Ubuntu Dock extension when I was maximizing windows: the dock was supposed to appear when I put my cursor on the left side of the screen, but after a while it wouldn't.07:44
pieqI upgraded to 20.04 and I'm still facing the same issue. I saw in GNOME Extensions that Ubuntu Dock points to this URL: https://micheleg.github.io/dash-to-dock/07:44
pieqshould I raise a bug there?07:44
pieq(restarting the extension using GNOME Extensions fixes the problem)07:44
didrockspieq: hey! yes, this is the upstream repo07:53
pieqdidrocks, thanks for the confirmation!07:54
Laney\o o/ \o o/08:02
oSoMoNhey ho Laney 08:07
didrockshey hey Laney 08:07
Laneylo oSoMoN & didrocks 08:14
marcustomlinsonhey Laney08:24
Laneyahoy marcustomlinson 08:34
luna_Updating to the Alpha of the Gorilla now :)08:47
* marcustomlinson wonders if groovy gorilla will be borrowing disco's headphones09:36
Laneyright :(09:45
Laneynow I've done all the other commits in britney, I've just got the hardest one left09:45
* Laney saved the best for last09:45
Laney"Add autopkgtest policy"09:45
luna_On the testing branch of the Gorilla now09:49
Laneythink I'll do this manually without cherrypicking09:49
Laneyoh my monitor just turned off09:49
Laneybzzt-ing noises, not at all concerning, but it came back on ...09:56
didrocksit did it to me last week and then, making horrible noises10:24
didrocksI changed it10:24
Laneyhopefully the power cord was just a bit loose10:26
Laneywas fiddling with it yesterday10:26
didrockscrossing fingers :)10:29
kenvandineyikes... gtk-common-themes in candidate is broken13:58
kenvandinewhew... Yaru fixed it this morning :)13:59
* kenvandine rebuilds13:59
oSoMoNLaney, I've verified that a no-change rebuild of gdk-pixbuf would fix the failing autopkgtests (https://trello.com/c/lS5l2kyo/180-gdk-pixbuf-autopkgtest-failing), would you mind uploading that for me, when you have a moment?14:14
LaneyoSoMoN: can do, do you have a changelog entry that explains why that works?14:16
oSoMoNLaney, unfortunately not. All I know is that rebuilding gdk-pixbuf-tests is sufficient. The resources embedded in the test binaries in that package appear to be incomplete (missing ICC profile in PNG images for example), but I haven't determined why that is14:18
oSoMoNI mean, maybe the above explanation would suffice for a changelog entry?14:20
Laneyyeah sounds good14:20
LaneyoSoMoN: just test building / testing to verify this, will upoad if good14:44
oSoMoNLaney, thanks!14:44
Laneyindeed, it works!14:48
Laneywhat a world we live in14:48
hellsworthgood morning desktopers15:00
oSoMoNmorning hellsworth 15:03
hellsworthhi there oSoMoN 15:03
didrocksgood morning hellsworth 15:09
hellsworthhi there didrocks 15:09
Laneynot sure we should be optipnging those images in gdk-pixbuf's installed tests15:14
Laneyhope that's not the actual problem (I have that turned off for local builds)15:15
Laneyhey hellsworth 15:15
hellsworthmoin Laney 15:16
tsimonq2Laney, et al.: In case someone finds it useful, I recently wrote a Jenkins policy for Britney2: https://phab.lubuntu.me/source/britney2-ubuntu/browse/master/britney2/policies/jenkinspass.py15:18
oSoMoNLaney, is this optimization also turned off by default for PPA builds?15:31
Laneynot sure, you can see it acting at the end of builds15:32
Laneyah yeah, this sucks, it fails now15:32
oSoMoNdarn, it looks like it's disabled for PPA builds indeed15:33
oSoMoNso I got the problem the other way around: it's not the resources in the test binaries that lack metadata, it's the png files in the test package15:34
Laneyit was your comment which made me go "hmm" when I saw it in the build log15:35
Laney    # also skip when disabling explicitly15:35
Laney    if [ -n "$NO_PNG_PKG_MANGLE" ]; then15:35
Laneyecho "pkgstripfiles: Disabled PNG optimization for package $PKGNAME."15:35
Laney    fi15:35
Laneywe need that I think15:35
oSoMoNLaney, want me to prepare the debdiff, or are you taking care of it?15:38
LaneyoSoMoN: I'll do it, can be uploaded to unstable15:40
ahasenackoSoMoN: hi, still around?17:07
oSoMoNahasenack, yes, what's up?17:24
ahasenackoSoMoN: hi, just sent you an email about it17:25
oSoMoN ahasenack: I touched it out of necessity (firefox required a newer version to build), but I'm neither particularly familiar with it, nor really keen on investing the time17:27
oSoMoNahasenack, that said I have backported 12.16.1 to xenial, bionic and eoan (https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nodejs-mozilla), so I don't expect getting it into groovy would be very difficult17:28
ahasenackexcept for the migration :D17:30
ahasenackthanks for that ppa, that is a good starting point17:31
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hellsworthwhy is it that 'sudo do-release-upgrade' on an 18.04 system says No new release found... 20.04 has been released for some time now so this should be seen, no?21:45
hellsworthwill just have to update sources.list then..21:46
sarnoldhellsworth: use -d21:48
hellsworthbut that will update to the latest dev release, groovy and I don't want that21:49
sarnoldhellsworth: I'm 90% sure it won't do that -- and it'll give you a chance to say yes / no21:49
hellsworthhmm well next time since i've already got the update going.. but then how would one update to groovy? -d should be for the development release.. i know this is how i updated to 20.04 *before* it was released..21:50
sarnoldhellsworth: if that 90% guess is correct, to get from bionic to groovy requires do-release-upgrade -d *twice* -- once to upgrade to focal, again to upgrade to groovy21:51
ubot5Regular upgrades from 18.04 LTS to 20.04 LTS will be enabled once 20.04.1 is released in late July. This delay helps to ensure that any lingering issues are resolved before people upgrade production systems. If you'd prefer to upgrade now, use sudo do-release-upgrade -d21:51
hellsworthaaah ok it makes sense now. thank you both sarnold and RikMills for the combined answer :)21:52
RikMillssays focal is still latest LTS dev release21:52
RikMillsso if you are on LTS only upgrades, I guess you can't go beyond focal21:53
sarnoldhellsworth: depending upon how strongly you feel, a comment on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-release-upgrader/+bug/1875522 might be nice :)21:53
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1875522 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu Groovy) "suggest removing -d requirement to upgrade to new releases" [Wishlist,Opinion]21:53
RikMillsit would be nice if there was a non -d way to force it for those that want to21:54
RikMillswould certainly be less confusing for all21:54
hellsworthright i completely agree.. just read through the bug and will add my opinion :)21:58

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