jbichacpaelzer: glom 1.32 at least requires libxml++3.0 which isn't packaged yet. I think glom is very low priority for Debian GNOME or Ubuntu teams01:48
cpaelzerok jbicha, it is just the pain that it is the last thing holding postgresql-13. In Debian the rebuild works and moved to 14 but for us it does not05:52
cpaelzerDepending how much it refuses to work I might have to consider asking for a removal05:52
oSoMoNgood morning desktoppers07:15
ricotzhey oSoMoN 07:16
oSoMoNhey ricotz 07:28
dufluMorning oSoMoN and ricotz 07:29
oSoMoNhey duflu 07:29
seb128goood morning desktopers07:36
jibelGood morning folks07:46
seb128hey jibel, how are you?07:55
dufluMorning seb128 and jibel 07:57
seb128hey duflu, how are you? getting reading for the weekend?07:57
dufluseb128, I would like to say yes but instead defusing another argument in merge requests. Still possible to EOW cleanly so we'll see. How are you?08:00
dufluGreat find with the gdm3 fix08:00
seb128duflu, thanks!08:01
ricotzhello duflu seb128 jibel 08:23
seb128hey ricotz, how are you?08:30
ricotzseb128, all good :), et toi?08:33
seb128ça va merci! :-)08:38
seb128laney, hey! how are you?09:19
laneyhey seb128 09:27
laneydoing very well, thanks, friday, blue sky, been doing advent of code this morning!09:28
laneyhow's it going for you?09:28
dufluHi laney 09:29
seb128laney, doing alright, busy as usual and slightly frustrated by the lockdown situation, not tennis in the evenings anymore :/ but I can't complain otherwise09:30
laneyheya duflu 09:30
laneyseb128: what are the rules there now, some kind of curfew?09:30
seb128laney, non essential business and activities need to close at 5pm, which includes sport clubs09:33
laneythis sucks09:34
seb128indeed :/09:34
seb128well, I'm glad we managed to have a european team sprint at least09:34
seb128also I've subscribed to some online courses about jira and github actions/workflow to keep busy and use a bit of the training budget they reminded us about ;-)09:35
laneycontinuous improvement!09:37
laneydid you shift over to jira now then? how's that going?09:40
seb128laney, how is the your new job going? learning new techs as well I guess? ;)09:40
seb128laney, we at least transitioned our cards to jira, we aren't really doing more than we were with trello atm though, which is not much, but that's one of the reason I decided to learn how to use it better09:42
laneyyeah it's nice, good to be learning new stuff but I still miss the gnomies, was thinking the other day about making a contribution09:42
laneyI've been learning this weird language: https://jsonnet.org/09:42
laneyalso golang, doing advent of code in that this time to try to get better at it09:42
seb128laney, we did one scrum iteration on jira for the start of cycle merges which was quite nice09:42
* seb128 didn't know about advent of code before today09:43
seb128sounds like fun, maybe I try next year ;)09:44
laneythere was a channel on mattermost IIRC09:47
slyonHey Desktop team! I am wondering if you'd be willing to take ownership of dh-elpa in "main" (LP: #1951066) – myself/foundations did the MIR, uploaded a new version of the package to have it in good shape (incl. adding an autopkgtest, c.f. https://bugs.debian.org/1001452)10:59
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1951066 in dh-elpa (Ubuntu) "[MIR] dh-elpa" [Undecided, Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/195106610:59
ubottuDebian bug 1001452 in dh-elpa "dh-elpa: Adding a basic autopkgtest" [Wishlist, Open]10:59
slyonIt popped up as a cmake component-mismatch, that's why foundations took the10:59
slyoninitial steps. But this is essentially a layer above the emacsen-common (i.e.10:59
slyoncmake switched from using emacsen-common directly to using the dh-elpa-helper).10:59
slyonemacsen-common is mantained by Desktop, currently.10:59
seb128slyon, hey, thanks for doing the MIR work. Seems fair for desktop to own it since we maintain emacs yes11:27
jbichacpaelzer: please go ahead and ask for glom to be demoted to jammy-proposed22:23
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KGB-0gnome-calculator upstream/latest 6e50bbb Adrien Plazas src/ui/calculator.css * buttons-programming: Make the bits panel smaller on narrow windows * https://deb.li/35idv22:35
KGB-0gnome-calculator upstream/latest 9239dda Dušan Kazik po/sk.po * Update Slovak translation * https://deb.li/PisE22:35
KGB-0gnome-calculator upstream/latest 639eda2 Rūdolfs Mazurs po/lv.po * Update Latvian translation * https://deb.li/3JSFe22:36
KGB-0gnome-calculator pristine-tar 81482d5 Jeremy Bicha gnome-calculator_41.1.orig.tar.xz.delta gnome-calculator_41.1.orig.tar.xz.id * pristine-tar data for gnome-calculator_41.1.orig.tar.xz * https://deb.li/iUY1A22:36

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