arraybolt3mmikowski and others who are interested: Would love input on this new wishlist bug I just filed: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/initramfs-tools/+bug/200223001:05
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Launchpad bug 2002230 in initramfs-tools (Ubuntu) "Set MODULES=dep by default in new installations?" [Wishlist, New]01:05
bdrungLocutusOfBorg, thanks01:36
arraybolt3(re the bug I pasted a bit ago) Nevermind, I missed that there was an ongoing effort to fix the problem mentioned in my bug report. Marking my new one as a duplicate since it seems that I misunderstood how the setting works and there's a better fix.02:11
bluesabrevorlon, you somewhat-recently looked at the xubuntu-core merges that were really out-of-date. They've been refreshed, in case you want to take a look? https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/debian-cd/+git/debian-cd/+merge/435314 - https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/livecd-rootfs/+git/livecd-rootfs/+merge/435315 - https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/ubuntu-cdimage/+git/ubuntu-cdimage/+merge/43531604:43
vorlonbluesabre: thanks, I've just left a comment on one of them.  Haven't reviewed the code yet, have some higher-level concerns that need talked through04:55
JackFrostGiven that it's already gone under this name for ~7 years, at the very least to some extent it will have to continue to be used ("Formerly Xubuntu Core", etc) for a while still.05:04
vorloncertainly; some kind of reasonable transition plan would be in order05:05
JackFrostDefinitely not the preferred option, but as a requirement to get this built on Canonical stuff...well might be worth it. :305:06
JackFrost(With mini.iso gone, this is suddenly a lot more important.)05:07
bluesabreAnd I do appreciate the "Minimal" naming strategy for consistency sake.05:08
JackFrostUnderstandable, yes.05:08
vorlonbluesabre: what email address should I cc: for the TB discussion?05:41
bluesabrevorlon: sean@bluesabre.org will do05:48
JackFrostNot the list?05:48
arraybolt3vorlon: I hate to bother you, but I have a question relating to a suggestion I believe you made for libfm-qt. Currently it's split into libfm-qt and libfm-qt common in Ubuntu, but not in Debian, and when I tried to upstream that change to Debian, it got questioned. I asked the other Lubuntu developers about it and the answer was basically "I think vorlon suggested that", so I was wondering06:23
arraybolt3why we did that so I can defend it when I try to upstream it again.06:23
vorlonarraybolt3: as I recall, the runtime library package was previously shipping soname-independent and unversioned arch: all data files; this resulted in different sonames of the library conflicting with each other, which is not normally what you want for runtime library packages06:28
vorlonsplitting the data files out allows old and new runtime libraries to be coinstallable06:29
arraybolt3Ah, so that's why we have a ton of Breaks/Replaces against older libfm-qt versions (was because of these data files)?06:30
arraybolt3And if so, does the splitting out of libfm-qt-common allow all of those Breaks/Replaces to be discarded?06:30
arraybolt3(In the most recent releases that have already used libfm-qt-common for a while, I mean.)06:30
vorlonit means that libfm-qt-common needs to Breaks/Replaces the old ones but libfm-qt12 does not need to06:31
arraybolt3Perfect, that's what I hoped. Thanks for your time and help!06:31
vorlonJackFrost, bluesabre: my email to xubuntu-devel is moderated fyi06:31
JackFrostYeah I can approve it of course.06:32
JackFrostNeat, test rebuild in there too.06:33
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* arraybolt3 hears the meow from across the room and wonders how the cat got in this time08:14
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