OvenWerksEickmeyer: Ardour 7.2 is a thing19:11
Eickmeyer[m]I'll keep an eye on Debian Multimedia emails.19:12
EickmeyerNvm, ignore.19:36
EickmeyerDog jumped on the keyboard while I was typing something else.19:36
OvenWerksI thought it was a license plate.19:37
arraybolt3lol you should see the stuff my cat types sometimes.19:37
EickmeyerHe's a Husky and likes to pretend he's a wolf and attack me while I'm at the computer. XD19:37
arraybolt3It's realy awesome when she just parks on the Enter key.19:37
EickmeyerMine usually parks on my Push-To-Talk pedals, which can cause stuff to just be typed like vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv forever.19:38
arraybolt3*Sigh.* Welp, I guess I need to add a lubuntu-meta update with the Pre-Depends to make this work right, my bug fix just failed entirely.19:38
arraybolt3Eickmeyer: Heh, my old laptop could do thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat just as a result of disk I/O bottlenecks.19:39
EickmeyerHAHAHA I know that feeling. XD19:39
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arraybolt3Eickmeyer: (Non-critical, don't interrupt your meeting for this) wrt Edubuntu and customizing it for various different usecases, I thought you might like this: https://github.com/calamares/calamares/blob/calamares/src/modules/packagechooser/packagechooser.conf We almost used it in Lubuntu for a minimal installation option, thought that might be handy.20:23
Eickmeyer[m]arraybolt3: Thanks, but it's going to be the GNOME desktop and very closely related to vanilla Ubuntu, so we're going to be going with the new installer.20:24
Eickmeyer[m](for Edubuntu, to make that clear for those in the room)20:24
Eickmeyerarraybolt3: That package chooser, though, would be very useful for Studio.21:02
arraybolt3Oh nice. Glad it looks good for something at least! :P21:03
arraybolt3btw is there an #edubuntu-dev room yet?21:03
arraybolt3That's probably something for later I would guess.21:03
EickmeyerThere used to be back on Freenode.21:03
arraybolt3Yeah I don't see one here. Anyway, sounds like things are going good! I'm going to get back to waiting for a PPA to finish publishing a package I just pushed. I'm starting to get worried that maybe the postinst hack in lubuntu-update-notifier isn't going to work, so I uploaded a version of the package that kills and restarts everything indiscriminately to see if it works at all. If that21:05
arraybolt3doesn't work, then we're back to the drawing board.21:05
arraybolt3And if *that* happens, then I have no clue what we're going to do at that point.21:05
arraybolt3(I already have a version of lubuntu-meta that predepends on my lubuntu-update-notifier hack in my PPA.)21:06
EickmeyerYeah, it's in the scary-sauce territory at this point.21:06
arraybolt3I guess we could just include instructions on how the user can unbreak things manually in the worst case scenario. *If* we can get lubuntu-update-notifier to unpack and configure before sddm or whatever else tries to do so, that is.21:08
arraybolt3But then how are we going to get those instructions onto the user's screen? Argh! Well, I'mma try this and hopefully we won't have to dive down this rabbit hole. And I'm in the wrong channel anyway.21:09
EickmeyerGetting instructions onto the screen? I mean.... kdialog... ezpz.21:28

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