KGB-1gnome-shell ubuntu/bionic c72df9c Matthew Ruffell debian/ (6 files in 2 dirs) * debian/patches: Enable support for VMware Horizon SSO * https://deb.li/j7QV00:12
KGB-1gnome-shell ubuntu/bionic dc3be9f Marco Trevisan (Treviño) debian/patches/ (5 files) * debian/patches: Rename VMWare OVirt patches to use Gbp-Pq format * https://deb.li/3D1vg00:12
KGB-1gnome-shell ubuntu/bionic 20a5cb6 Marco Trevisan (Treviño) debian/changelog * Update changelog * https://deb.li/BCSN00:12
KGB-1gnome-shell ubuntu/bionic 92e5158 Marco Trevisan (Treviño) debian/changelog * Update changelog * https://deb.li/3Tynx00:24
callmepkgood morning02:06
dufluOh, morning callmepk :)03:19
callmepkmorning duflu 03:20
jibelGood morning all05:47
oSoMoNgood morning desktoppers06:46
jibelSalut oSoMoN 06:57
oSoMoNsalut jibel, ça va?07:00
jibeloSoMoN, bien et toi? je bosse ce matin, vendredi puis vacances \o/07:01
oSoMoNfatigué, mais ça va… je suis à plein temps jusqu’aux vacances, ça va faire du bien07:02
dufluMorning jibel and oSoMoN 07:03
oSoMoNgood afternoon duflu 07:04
callmepkgood morning oSoMoN jibel 07:08
oSoMoNgood afternoon callmepk 07:09
ricotzgood morning desktopers08:13
ricotzoSoMoN, hi, could you retry https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rust-cargo-outdated/0.9.9-1build1 and https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rust-debcargo/2.4.3-3 -- those should conclude https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/transitions/html/auto-libgit2.html08:15
marcustomlinsonmorning callmepk duflu jibel oSoMoN ricotz08:31
dufluMorning ricotz and marcustomlinson 08:41
oSoMoNgood morning ricotz, I retried https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rust-cargo-outdated/0.9.9-1build1/+build/20367492 but it failed08:56
oSoMoNgood morning marcustomlinson 08:56
ricotzoSoMoN, thanks, this is fun08:57
ricotzoSoMoN, so rust-git2-curl requires a no-change rebuild08:59
ricotzoSoMoN, https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rust-git2-curl/0.14.1-1/+build/2037410809:02
ricotzso retry https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rust-git2-curl/0.14.1-109:03
oSoMoNhey Laney 09:04
oSoMoNricotz, I retried amd64 for a start, let's see how that goes09:05
ricotzLaney, hi09:07
ricotzoSoMoN, looks good for amd64, please trigger the other archs09:08
Laneyhello oSoMoN ricotz 09:10
Laneyricotz: enjoying making use of the remote hands? :>09:10
ricotzLaney, getting those rights seems unrealistic09:12
oSoMoNricotz, all retried09:13
Laneytotally not, given a history of being sponsored there's no reason not to get it09:15
Laneyask oSoMoN, our shiny new core dev09:15
Laneyjibel: thanks for all the ubiquity reviews btw09:16
oSoMoNyeah, core-dev is not as elitist as it might seem, it only requires a good track record of contributions and sponsored uploads, knowledge of the processes and tools, and willingness to continue contributing meaningfully to Ubuntu09:18
oSoMoNI think ricotz has all this09:18
dufluHi Laney09:27
ricotzoSoMoN, thanks09:41
marcustomlinsonhey Laney09:42
Laneyhey duflu hey marcustomlinson 09:46
jibelLaney, do you think we can do a release of Ubiquity before the break or it's better to wait January?11:00
jibelI just pushed a fix to unbreak Kubuntu11:00
RikMillsjibel: thanks for that. I had been meaning to test the fix and do a MP, but didn't quite find the time!11:16
Laneyjibel: are you working the rest of the week to fix any wildfires that may get started? :P11:18
Laneyif so, we could do it now I guess11:18
jibelLaney, not tomorrow, but I'll be there Friday which might be a bit late and why I saked11:21
Laneyjibel: hmm, how bad is the breakage?11:31
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jibelLaney, ubiquity doesn't start neither does ubiquity-dm13:01
jibelLaney, sip4 -> sip5 migration broke the api13:02
Laneyjibel: I seeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, that feels like something we might want to upload for15:15
Laneywhat's your feeling?15:15
jibelLaney, other changes are rather low risk but who knows what unexpected things may happen.16:29
Trevinhotjaalton: hey, I've noticed there were some issues in the SSSD testing, looks like can be all green with https://salsa.debian.org/sssd-team/sssd/-/merge_requests/1117:07
tjaaltonTrevinho: thanks, I'll have a look. for whatever the reason, some tests fail when run on sbuild on my laptop, that's why they were disabled.. though I remember enabling them but ignoring failures, must be some other pkg then17:41
Trevinhotjaalton: I also got some failures locally only... 17:41
Trevinhotjaalton: in case though I'd go with just skipping those specific ones17:42
tjaaltonwould be great to track that down :)17:42
Trevinhoin any case now nocheck will work17:42
tjaaltonyeah that's good17:42
Trevinhoyeah... I'm quite sure depends on sbuild setup though17:42
Trevinhotjaalton: ah, i forgot to mention that you may have not pushed the upstream/2.4.0 tag (as gbp complained)17:56
tjaaltonTrevinho: I don't do those18:12
Trevinhoah ok... Well I've added it locally, not a big issue, but it makes gbp usage nicer :)18:13
tjaaltonI don't use gbp either :)18:14
Trevinhoyeah, it was quite implicit by the answer above :)18:15
Trevinhotjaalton: btw new patch shold be more generic 18:15
RoyKAny idea how I can make my F keys work without using fn on an HP probook?23:18
sarnoldhey RoyK :)23:18
sarnoldRoyK: I think I've heard some bioses have an "Fn lock" that you can toggle23:19
RoyKdidn't find anything relevant23:19
RoyKbut hi :)23:19
RoyKI found one about fn, but that looked more like it was for the numpad stuff and it had no effect23:21
sarnoldit'd probably be worth checking.. *maybe* you could use setxkbmap to load a different map to use those keys, or maybe their fn key acts differently than I expect..23:25

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