Unit193I had a look at the upstream branch, it was weird.  So I left it to you, because seems you've done it before. :P00:00
Unit193Taking bets as to if it boots or not!00:04
Unit1931001M xubuntu-21.04-core-amd64.iso  ...Is there even a point at this stage? :/00:06
bluesabreShew... anything else we can throw out at this point... or is everything just too large?00:07
Unit193http://paste.openstack.org/show/3ppbQQMgl4lg7mfoAxX0/ Ah, python3.8+python3.9, that'll eventually resolve itself.00:10
Unit193I should diff to focal too.00:11
Unit193Well, the ISO boots...Now what? :P00:11
bluesabreShare a link?00:12
Unit193Oh right, pool/ was larger too.  I forget why.00:15
Unit193GCC-10 is still unstripped right?00:16
Unit193bluesabre: Don't feel like you have to work on this too, you're already stretched pretty thin..00:16
bluesabreUnit193: no worries, I'm just trying to get caught back up with everything00:18
bluesabreYeah, the upstream tags are all over the place00:23
Unit193Hey, so what's your opinion about synaptic on the desktop?  I've generally not been in favor as that's what the software center is supposed to be, but I've seen people in favor of having *both* on there..00:24
bluesabreI'm in favor of it00:26
bluesabreWhether "it" is both or just synaptic, I'm good either way.00:26
Unit193If we do synaptic at all, I think it'd be favorable to include that in Core.  Others may disagree, but I don't know. \o/  Synaptic doesn't do snaps or flatpaks, of course.00:29
bluesabreGood to know. I may go ahead and get that in there today.00:30
Unit193Emery (my main Core tester) has noted he installs it after Core has been installed, so I guess that's quite the vote there.00:31
bluesabreAnd no idea about GCC-1000:34
-SwissBot:#xubuntu-devel- ::xubuntu-artwork:: Bump version text for hirsute, release xubuntu-artwork 21.04.0 @ https://github.com/Xubuntu/xubuntu-artwork/commit/eee4ee78f5c109b62b4d04cc82be8fdf7f1109f2 (by bluesabre)00:35
Unit193...I feel like there's something I should be doing to help out, but so far I've only got xubuntu docs noted down and I have yet to dig into that makefile. :/00:36
bluesabreYou've been doing a swell job keeping Xfce 4.15 up-to-date in hirsute, I have no complaints :D00:37
Unit193I still have to merge xfce4-session :/00:37
Unit193Thanks, though.00:38
-SwissBot:#xubuntu-devel- ::xubuntu-seed:: Add synaptic recommends to core seed @ http://git.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/ubuntu-seeds/+git/xubuntu/commit/?id=618ba60d1c7b5e53926182774aad322efa775907 (by Sean Davis)00:43
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-SwissBot:#xubuntu-devel- ::xubuntu-seed:: Remove firefox from desktop.minimal-remove to match installer description @ http://git.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/ubuntu-seeds/+git/xubuntu/commit/?id=a0e9b07c44b3a2ae32f6f10e093c3c1c6b53bacd (by Sean Davis)12:18
bluesabreOther than https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/1907951 and some leftover packages (possibly related), the minimal install went well12:20
ubot3Launchpad bug 1907951 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Ubiquity crash on whoopsie removal, Xubuntu 21.04 minimal install" [Undecided, New]12:20
bluesabreUnit193: re greybird, outside of just doing each of the gbp steps manually, I'm not sure how to proceed. Know any gbp experts that would be interested in fixing or providing advice?14:13
ochosibluesabre: gbp = greybird packaging? :)17:01
bluesabreochosi: gbp = gah broken packaging17:17
bluesabrebut really the packaging is fine... its the package workflow that seems to be busted17:17
ochosigood to see you around - you also seem pretty busy still :)17:19
Unit193I don't know, maybe.18:16
-SwissBot:#xubuntu-devel- ::xfce4-announce:: ANNOUNCE: libxfce4util 4.15.6 released @ http://xfce.10915.n7.nabble.com/ANNOUNCE-libxfce4util-4-15-6-released-tp59650.html (by Simon Steinbeiss)19:36
bluesabreochosi: it pretty much stays that way, but its getting better19:43

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