Eickmeyerbryceh: Just saw the most recent update on argyll. Just for clarification, is the point there to proceed forward with that MIR? It's part of the ubuntustudio packageset, so that's why it has my attention.01:12
brycehEickmeyer, I ran across it as part of my +1 duty this week.  So my motive was just to get the MIR connected to the migration issue via an update-excuse bug.05:53
brycehEickmeyer, RAOF is probably the person worth consulting here; he had enabled argyll in colord on the debian side.05:55
arraybolt3Is there any place where people coordinate who's working on what parts of proposed-migration clusters? I was going to see if I could get bpython to work right but would rather avoid that if someone else is already working on it.07:02
arraybolt3It looks easy enough, so I'm just going to dive in and go for it.07:08
Skuggenrbasak: Looks like there's some useragent blocking in place. Tested with --useragent="Safari/602.1" as a workaround and was able to fetch the files07:09
arraybolt3Uh... tar. I've hit a bit of a problem.07:16
arraybolt3Now that NotAutomatic is set for Lunar -proposed, I'm not able to reproduce the bpython build failure locally.07:16
arraybolt3I know I could use apt pinning to work around it in my source schroot, but I don't want to do that to my source schroot.07:17
arraybolt3And changing my non-source schroot obviously results in any changes vanishing upon exit :P so that doesn't work.07:18
arraybolt3Bah. I'll just do this manually without using sbuild directly.07:19
arraybolt3Actually... wait just a minute, what if I hack the local PPA directions into an "enable proposed" script...07:21
arraybolt3I think this is going to work.07:27
arraybolt3IT WORKS!07:37
arraybolt3I have a way of enabling -proposed on lunar within sbuild.07:37
arraybolt3Frustratingly, the autopkgtest for bpython is still passing locally though >_<07:38
arraybolt3lol, ok so it works but doesn't do what I want at all, so... now I learn how to use autopkgtest manually :P07:50
arraybolt3Alright... so bpython is already fixed. Ha ha. Thus why I can't reproduce the problem.07:59
arraybolt3But hey, I learned a lot.07:59
blucaenr0n: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/+bug/1992178 was fixed with a workaround in autopkgtest, but we are still seeing the crashes12:28
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Launchpad bug 1992178 in systemd (Ubuntu) "autopkgtest: upstream tests that run in qemu hang on ppc64el" [Medium, Fix Released]12:28
blucathis only happens on ppc64el, and only on ubuntu (not seen on fedora)12:29
blucathere's a corrupted pointer that somehow appears12:29
blucawe suspect a toolchain issue12:29
blucalots of details here: https://github.com/systemd/systemd/issues/25091#issuecomment-140182419512:29
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Issue 25091 in systemd/systemd "Spurious assertions in the ppc64el Ubuntu Jammy job" [Open]12:29
blucacan I reopen that bug and get some help from a ppc expert please?12:29
blucanone of us speak ppc assembly12:29
rbasakSkuggen: thanks - I can work around for now then. But could you follow up internally please, so that it does work?12:41
SkuggenYeah, I've sent a query about it12:58
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ahasenacksru team, I have a question. update-notifier in bionic has the autoconf generated files (configure, etc) in the source package13:56
ahasenackbut in later releases they are autogenerated at build time using ./autogen.sh13:56
ahasenackthere is a branch making the same change to bionic, so that it also generates those files at build time13:57
ahasenackbut done today, the generated files are different than the ones that are part of the source package13:57
ahasenackI think there is risk in there, as it's hard to interpret the diff13:57
ahasenackyou know what a configure file looks like13:58
ahasenackthe situation is that the bionic package in the archive currently builds fine, but the bionic branch in the upstream project already does not have the generated files checked in, and is an ftbfs (see https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1999897)13:59
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Launchpad bug 1999897 in update-notifier (Ubuntu) "bionic upstream branch fails to build: missing autoconf files" [Undecided, New]13:59
ahasenackthe less risky option I think is to just grab the generated files from the bionic package currently in the archive and check them in13:59
ahasenackbut that's a hammer, and I can see the appeal to just use ./autogen.sh as it's done in all other ubuntu releases in this update-notifier package13:59
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enr0nbluca: hey, yeah I was out last week but saw lots of updates on the upstream bug. I'll poke around internally to find out who can help on the ppc specifics.14:24
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blucathanks, can I reopen the launchpad ticket?14:35
blucaor should I open a new one?14:35
enr0nbluca: I think for now I'll just add a jammy task to the bug. I don't think we need a separate bug, but it's not quite right to "re-open" for kinetic either14:44
waveformmwhudson, if you want to try uploading it, the diff against unstable is in LP: #2003201 but sbuild's in main :)15:16
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Launchpad bug 2003201 in sbuild (Ubuntu) "Please merge sbuild 0.85.0 from Debian unstable." [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/200320115:16
ginggswaveform: you should become a core dev15:45
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bdmurraybryceh: How do I use this new tool to run an autopkgtest for a package I just uploaded to my ppa?22:53
brycehbdmurray, ppa tests -r <release> <ppa-name>23:22
brycehbdmurray, what ppa are you testing?23:22
bdmurrayI already ended up running the test manually23:24
bdmurraybryceh: Oh actually I could run through the process for another release too. Are all the steps (upload, wait, test) documented somehwere?23:34
brycehbdmurray, the README has a run-thru of the commands, although it may be a bit terse23:42
brycehI'm in process of adding --help text for each of the commands but in the current release that's a bit hit or miss (more miss)23:42
brycehbdmurray, if you find friction in any particular steps, please file a bug (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ppa-dev-tools) and I'll prioritize that for the next release.23:44
bdmurraybryceh: and should I install the snap or use the git branch?23:46
bryceh@bdmurray, your preference.  snap will upgrade automatically when next release is out, so is better if you want a stable experience.  git will of course get my latest changes23:49

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