-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/ubuntu-frame]** allebone closed [issue #118](https://github.com/MirServer/ubuntu-frame/issues/118): Multi-Display Support02:00
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** RAOF opened [pull request #2764](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2764): Fixup unqualified `std::move` warnings... (full message at <https://libera.ems.host/_matrix/media/v3/download/libera.chat/6bf4ba0611a8079e93e567359695a1363ef663d2>)05:26
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** RAOF assigned to [pull request #2764](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2764): Fixup unqualified `std::move` warnings06:23
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** RAOF opened [pull request #2765](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2765): spread/sbuild: Don't purge the schroot session.06:44
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- 06:44
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- > This is both a (tiny) CI optimisation - we're running sbuild inside an ephemeral LXD container, so there's no point in spending time cleaning up the schroot - and also makes for easier debugging, as you can run `spread -debug` to stop after sbuild fails and still have the build available in the preserved schroot session.06:44
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** RAOF assigned to [pull request #2765](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2765): spread/sbuild: Don't purge the schroot session.06:45
SaviqGood morn' o/08:13
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** bors[bot] merged [pull request #2764](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2764): Fixup unqualified `std::move` warnings08:17
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** bors[bot] closed [issue #2742](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/issues/2742): [clang] we should rework unqualified call to std::move and std::forward08:17
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-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** Saviq opened [pull request #2766](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2766): spread: improve local experience08:44
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alan_g[m]Landing #2764 causes conflict for the 2.11.1 PR. We're in no immediate hurry to ship this, but we should decide how we're going forward09:28
SaviqShouldn't we just make it 2.12? And simply branch it off main? I know we have to bump minor when we bump ABI, but I also wouldn't call 2.11 vs. main a patch release…09:30
Saviq*only have to09:30
alan_g[m]Yeah, there are options09:31
SaviqIMO we should just branch off main for 2.1209:32
alan_g[m]OK, but IMO we want a release without ABI breaks (assuming we're before the bookwork freeze)09:37
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SaviqDo we have ABI bumps between 2.11 and main?09:38
alan_g[m]Not yet09:38
SaviqAnd nothing in the PR pipeline I don't think? Chris's multiplexing stuff is the nearest, and we can sure skip that for 2.1209:39
SaviqIf calling that 2.11.1 will make it easier to get into Debian, fine09:40
alan_g[m]I think that just depends on ABI changes. Will check09:40
SaviqI would expect so09:40
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** sunweaver opened [pull request #2767](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2767): src/server/frontend_xwayland/{xcb_connection.cpp,xwayland_wm.cpp}: Ty…09:47
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- 09:47
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- > …po fixes.09:47
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-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** AlanGriffiths opened [pull request #2768](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2768): Drop obsolete documentation09:56
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** bors[bot] merged [pull request #2751](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2751): wayland: Manually implement wl_shm/wl_shm_pool10:01
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** bors[bot] closed [issue #2669](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/issues/2669): buffer_from_wl_shm is unnecessarily complex10:01
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-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** bors[bot] merged [pull request #2767](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2767): src/server/frontend_xwayland/{xcb_connection.cpp,xwayland_wm.cpp}: Ty…11:35
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-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** Saviq opened [pull request #2769](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2769): all: drop Canonical copyright year12:19
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** bors[bot] merged [pull request #2769](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2769): all: drop Canonical copyright year14:12
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** sunweaver opened [pull request #2770](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2770): examples/miral-kiosk/fake-mir-kiosk.sh: Contains bashisms, thus use /…... (full message at <https://libera.ems.host/_matrix/media/v3/download/libera.chat/26a1d5ee13f50ca9d6d72b697c18efbb6e5c23dc>)15:19
-GitHub[m]:#mir-server- **[MirServer/mir]** bors[bot] merged [pull request #2768](https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2768): Drop obsolete documentation15:34
alan_g[m]Saviq ppc64el builds are seeing ShmBacking failures. You were tweaking options around running these tests before they landed, did you miss one?16:07
SaviqI'll have a look.16:09
SaviqLooks like there's more failures:... (full message at <https://libera.ems.host/_matrix/media/v3/download/libera.chat/3bda394a8227a045089197fa55b1cfc943d93b0c>)16:13
SaviqIt's compounded, https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2739 introduced at least the PrimarySelection breakage.16:16
alan_g[m]Ah. The ones I looked at only failed on... (full message at <https://libera.ems.host/_matrix/media/v3/download/libera.chat/e2970096a793368056bb8e9d58f78508150c0381>)16:16
SaviqWill track what's further.16:16
SaviqAnd yeah, https://github.com/MirServer/mir/pull/2744 is the two ShmBacking ones. Will file issues. Certainly something arch-specific.16:26
Saviqhttps://github.com/MirServer/wlcs/pull/245 was supposed to fix the PrimarySelection tests (and did so, outside of ppc64el); and BadBufferTest isn't failing (or disabled, outside of cross-builds) elsewhere16:27
SaviqNight time o/17:20

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