ricotzhello :), there seems to be some trouble with the builders, especially the ppc64el/s390x ones05:56
ricotzcristiangsp, hello :), could you take a look at the builder situation? https://launchpad.net/builders07:25
cristiangspricotz: checking07:55
cristiangspexcept for the ppc64el and s390x ones the rest seem okish07:59
ricotzcristiangsp, thanks, yes those are most broken currently -- due the massive package sync from debian the missing amd64 builders are unfortunate too though08:04
cristiangsptried to reset the ppc64el ones, let's see if that helps08:26
cristiangspthey seem happier08:28
cristiangspdid the same for s390x and they are also starting to come back, let's see08:36
ricotzcristiangsp, thanks, seems they are already stuck again?09:00
ricotzwould it possible to get the build score increased for the following https://launchpad.net/~ricotz/+archive/ubuntu/mozilla/+build/22290001 and https://launchpad.net/~mozillateam/+archive/ubuntu/firefox-next/+build/2228861609:27
ricotzthank you09:27
cjwatsonricotz: both building now10:02
ricotzcjwatson, thank you!10:05
justinlHi all. I keep getting the "Oops!" failure when trying to log in to launchpad when confirming the Personal Data Request page. Trying to report a bug with a package.14:10
cjwatsonjustinl: Can you tell us the OOPS ID, please?14:11
justinlSure, one sec...14:11
justinl`(Error ID: OOPS-b802465729f2e207f1b3fe0f4a9d0ef9)`14:11
cjwatsonjustinl: It looks like you deleted and re-created your login.ubuntu.com/login.launchpad.net account at some point.  The usual way I'd deal with this is by restoring your access to your previous Launchpad account.  Is that OK?14:13
justinlSure. I was logging in with my Ubuntu One credentials.14:13
cjwatsonjustinl: I've fixed your account - you should be able to log in now14:16
justinlThanks! Let me check...14:16
justinlPerfect, thanks again!14:17
cjwatsonNo problem14:18
realtime-neilI'm looking for some details on `revno` as it applies to `git-build-recipe` and documented here: https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/SourceBuilds/Recipes#Version_numbers_and_substitution_variables14:34
realtime-neilis `revno` equivalent to the "quantity of commits since the most recent tag", as one might expect from `git describe` --- or is it something else entirely?14:35
cjwatsonrealtime-neil: It's a somewhat un-git-like hack, but useful to get a monotonically increasing number (as long as the branch isn't rewound).  It's implemented using "git rev-list --first-parent --count <commit>"14:37
cjwatsonrealtime-neil: https://git.launchpad.net/git-build-recipe/tree/gitbuildrecipe/recipe.py#n16714:38
realtime-neilcjwatson: okay, understood; thanks very much.14:38
mwhudsonbos02 builders sad?22:37

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