callmepkgood morning01:01
jibelGood morning 05:02
oSoMoNgood morning desktoppers05:47
jibelsalut oSoMoN 05:53
Maikgood morning all05:57
didrocksgood morning06:03
Maikheya didrocks06:06
didrockshey Maik 06:06
oSoMoNsalut jibel, hey Maik, salut didrocks 06:09
Maikhi there oSoMoN06:10
Maikand jibel too :)06:11
didrockssalut oSoMoN 06:11
KGB-1mozjs debian/78/master Julien Cristau * [open] merge request !3: Update configure flag --disable-ion to --disable-jit on mipsen to fix FTBFS. * https://deb.li/kMcs06:31
marcustomlinsonmorning callmepk jibel oSoMoN Maik didrocks06:58
Maikmarcustomlinson: hey :)06:59
didrockshey Maik 07:00
didrocksma[tab] -> not enough letters :)07:00
KGB-0mozjs debian/78/master Simon McVittie * [merge] merge request !3: Update configure flag --disable-ion to --disable-jit on mipsen to fix FTBFS. * https://deb.li/kMcs07:58
marcustomlinsonhey Laney08:02
seb128goood morning desktopers08:10
Laneyhey marcustomlinson & seb128 08:11
Laneyhappy friday to you08:11
seb128hey Laney, how are you? happy friday!08:12
oSoMoNgood morning marcustomlinson, Laney, seb128 08:16
seb128lut oSoMoN, comment ça va ?08:16
oSoMoNseb128, bien, et toi?08:16
seb128ça va ! encore un peu malade et fatigué08:17
seb128not looking forward the weekend, dunno if I've the energy for it atm :-p08:17
Laneyyou need a sprint to use as a rest08:21
Laneyhey oSoMoN 08:23
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KGB-1mozjs pristine-tar a9ab827 Simon McVittie mozjs78_78.3.0.orig.tar.xz.delta mozjs78_78.3.0.orig.tar.xz.id * pristine-tar data for mozjs78_78.3.0.orig.tar.xz * https://deb.li/rVLG09:48
KGB-1mozjs upstream/78 ca76201 Simon McVittie (6 files in 5 dirs) * New upstream version 78.3.0 * https://deb.li/3Ix6M09:48
seb128Laney, do you have any hint to display the update_excuses.yaml section corresponding to a specific component?13:51
seb128I just browse with gedit but I find always a bit annoying to know where the component section starts and end13:52
KGB-2mozjs tags f98b390 Simon McVittie upstream/78.3.0 * Upstream version 78.3.0 * https://deb.li/3xWVx14:39
Laneyseb128: what do you mean?15:14
Laneylike show all of the packages in main?15:15
seb128Laney, no, like 'display me the section corresponding to the gnome-control-center package'15:43
seb128the section start by - component: universe15:44
seb128so if you search for e.g "item-name: something"15:44
seb128you are in the middle of the something entries15:44
seb128then need to scroll back up to the beginning, often past screens of autopkgtests items, easy to get lost15:45
Laneyright, it's not really optimised for human reading15:46
Laneyyou might want a script for that?15:46
Laneysection might be missing btw, in that case it means main15:47
seb128right, that was my question, before I re-invent the wheel I was asked if people who work more with those reports than me have tools I don't know about15:47
seb128seems not that you know about then15:47
seb128thanks for the reply!15:47
Laneynot me, I've not wanted to use the excuses yaml like that15:47
LaneyI would use rmadison to find out the component for a package15:47
seb128well, usually I try to figure out what property I can use to improve the team reports :p15:48
seb128so I browse the sections and properties to see if I find something useful15:49
LaneyI see15:49
Laneymakes sense15:49
seb128I just did one for component mismatch, so that didn't have a split information ready to use15:49
Laneyis this for verisons?15:49
seb128I ended up parsing reasons15:49
seb128no, it's for https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses_by_team.html#desktop-packages15:49
LaneyI see15:50
Laneythat has universe package on it?15:50
seb128see lintian on that one now https://people.canonical.com/~seb128/reportmismatch.html15:50
seb128no, sorry my "component: universe" comment was probably confusing earlier15:50
seb128$ head update_excuses.yaml 15:51
seb128generated-date: 2020-09-25 13:13:35.57509115:51
seb128- component: universe15:51
seb128 15:51
seb128head doesn't even have the item-name15:51
seb128so you can't search for an item-name and scroll down is all I meant there :)15:52
seb128that one for example has its first section starting with a component entry15:52
seb128I with it was15:52
seb128 - item-name: bla15:52
seb128- item-name: gnomish15:53
LaneyI guess it's alphabetical order?15:53
seb128looks like it yes15:53
Laneyit's likely that component mismatch check I wrote in proposed-migration should move to a policy15:55
Laneydon't think I could upstream it in the current implementation15:55
Laneyoops, there's an unrelated change there (test_autopkgtest.py)15:57
seb128I assume that would be something like that because Ubuntu specific15:57
seb128well, I built on what we have in https://code.launchpad.net/~seb128/ubuntu-archive-scripts/display-components-mismatch/+merge/39137015:57
Laneyit doesn't have to be ubuntu specific, debian would want this for main -> restricted15:58
seb128easiest way15:58
seb128right, I was just wondering about non-free15:58
Laneyumm non-free yah15:58
seb128btw I think you can also help me on #ubuntu-devel :p15:58
Laneybut mainly I am mentioning this because if I did make that change that way of reading the yaml would probably break15:59
Laneymaybe not15:59
* Laney goes to devel15:59
seb128Laney, it would perhaps stop working but probably not error out the way it's written16:03
seb128oh, slyon found a reproducer for bug #187153816:05
ubot5bug 1871538 in dbus (Ubuntu Focal) "dbus timeout-ed during an upgrade, taking services down including gdm" [High,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/187153816:05
seb128slyon, nice one!16:05
seb128unsure if that's the same bug than the upgrade one though after reading it, it's something than can lead to gdm being unhappy but that doesn't seem something an upgrade would be doing?16:18
Laneywait what16:19
Laneynot sure about that16:19
Laneylet me try this16:19
LaneyI think it's basically saying that root can signal stuff16:24
Laneyand kill(-1) basically means kill all the things16:24
juliankall things in the process group?16:26
juliankah no, all it can send kill to16:27
juliankkill(0) was the group thing16:27
juliankkill -1 as root is ... evil16:27
Laneythat is a nicely malicious dbus method, indeed16:28
Laneybut not a reproducer for the bug16:28
LaneyI'm wondering what slyon was writing to be trying kill(-1) :>16:29
juliankmaybe netplan has a kill going wrong somewhere16:29
Laney"I was trying to write a remote killswitch into netplan, and ..." :D16:29
julianki don't see a wrong kill in there16:30
Laneyin where?16:30
juliankLaney: in netplan16:31
LaneyI assume/hope that it was only ever local and didn't get committed16:31
Laneyit says "while developing some netplan code" in the comment16:31
Laneyotherwise, eek²16:32
ryHello everyone, running Ubuntu 20.04.1 w/ gnome-shell 3.36 and wondering how I can view a historcial desktop notifications log, or create one? (cli/text would be fine) I've done a lot of searching but everything seems to come back to very old projects incompatible with Ubuntu 20.04.16:45

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