KGB-0gnome-sudoku pristine-tar 40afd9c Jeremy Bicha gnome-sudoku_43.1.orig.tar.xz.delta gnome-sudoku_43.1.orig.tar.xz.id * pristine-tar data for gnome-sudoku_43.1.orig.tar.xz * https://deb.li/8JFE01:20
KGB-2gnome-sudoku upstream/latest 30f6b76 Jeremy Bicha * pushed 19 commits (first 5 follow) * https://deb.li/Hxmh01:20
KGB-2gnome-sudoku upstream/latest f8bb1c6 Jordi Mas po/ca.po * Update Catalan translation * https://deb.li/3SJQc01:20
KGB-2gnome-sudoku upstream/latest a1d1d1e Charles Monzat help/fr/fr.po * Update French translation * https://deb.li/NDuC01:20
KGB-2gnome-sudoku upstream/latest 6a89f8e Baurzhan Muftakhidinov po/kk.po * Update Kazakh translation * https://deb.li/ig8SG01:20
KGB-2gnome-sudoku upstream/latest 2594e01 Sabri Ünal po/tr.po * Update Turkish translation * https://deb.li/2ZUl01:20
KGB-2gnome-sudoku upstream/latest bfc6a4b Quentin PAGÈS po/oc.po * Update Occitan translation * https://deb.li/3h81I01:20
mybalzitchto the individual helping me with my refresh rate issue, thank you for pointing out the 2 problems I had with my system. I removed the bad ppa, purged, and fixed my grub so I'd boot the correct and vastly newer kernel.01:28
duflumybalzitch, no problem. But did they fix the flicker?03:24
mybalzitchnope. it's now different/worse. If I stay at 100hz its fine, but 120/165 I get a different kind of flickering and it's almost worse.03:27
mybalzitchI was trying to get amdgpu going again, to see if they fixed it, but I'm having no luck. so I'll follow your instructions and submit another bug report 03:28
duflumybalzitch, for bandwidth problems the best bet is to try a different display cable (or three). If that still doesn't fix it then you can reduce the bandwidth requirement without reducing the refresh rate using this new feature in GNOME 43: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/mutter/-/commit/03336788fb079cb8aa203e031f85d039a87832ce ($HOME/.config/monitors.xml)03:33
-ubottu:#ubuntu-desktop- Commit 0333678 in GNOME/mutter "monitor-config-store: Add parsing support for 'maxbpc' in monitors.xml"03:33
mybalzitchyeah I was using the dell supplied DP cable03:34
mybalzitchI will take a look at that, thank you03:34
dufluProbably equally likely is that you need a newer kernel to fix any signalling problems. You can try the latest kernel here (assuming you have secure boot disabled in the BIOS): https://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v6.1.8/amd64/03:37
mybalzitch6.1.8 doesn't like zfs on root (shoulda known) and the amdgpu-install I think blacklisted the default amdgpu driver because x11 won't load on boot with the hwe kernel unless I modprobe amdgpu, so I got more fixing to do in the morning.04:09
seb128goood morning desktopers!07:09
jbichagood morning13:00
KGB-0gtk3 signed tags df641cc Jeremy Bicha ubuntu/3.24.36-2ubuntu1 * gtk+3.0 Debian release 3.24.36-2ubuntu1 * https://deb.li/3VShI13:52
seb128ricotz, hey, do you have any idea maybe about https://launchpadlibrarian.net/647847075/buildlog_ubuntu-bionic-i386.thunderbird_1%3A102.7.1+build1-0ubuntu0.18.04.1_BUILDING.txt.gz ?14:43
seb128>   Duplicate key `lto` in table `profile.release`14:44
ricotzseb128, hi, you can retry the build, it is a race only happening on i386 while patching Cargo.toml14:46
ricotzseb128, do you if a merge of fontconfig 2.14.1 from debian is planned?14:49
seb128ricotz, thanks, I retried once but maybe it got unlucky again, doing another retry14:51
seb128ricotz, we should do it yes, nobody got assigned so far though ... are you maybe interested? ;)14:51
ricotzseb128, just asking :), since libreoffice would require a patch for its test-suite14:52
seb128k, I will try to maybe do it next week14:52
seb128let's see if I manage to clear other items off my list first, including the thunderbird updates :)14:52
ricotzseb128, okay :)14:53
ricotzseb128, btw you can usually find a tarball in https://launchpad.net/~mozillateam/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/+packages (if you aren't faster)14:54
seb128ricotz, yes, I noticed ... do you have automation for those?15:10
ricotzseb128, no, just some simple scripts15:18
seb128ricotz, ack, thanks15:26
seb128ricotz, there is something weird with translations it seems, I'm testing 102.7.1 in a 22.04 VM with thunderbird-locale-fr and some of the strings are showing in english, like 'To' in the composer, where those are showing translated in the snap for the same version...15:47
ricotzseb128, hmm, I seeing some untranslated strings here too on locale "de"16:28
seb128I wonder if that's a side effect of the recent changes for langpacks16:29
seb128the translations work in the snap and I would expect that to be the same source so to give the same results...16:30
ricotzthe packaging invokes the build target for language packs directly, maybe something needs to be adopted16:35
ricotzalthough I would not expect such subtile problems, but things breaking for real16:35
ricotzseb128, I think things are correct, but the revision reference in comm-esr102 isn't updated16:45
ricotzI guess the upstream packaging simply uses the HEAD of comm-l10n16:45
ricotz5b6788295358a875cf7ba9032584a069860bc032 is used and there were a lot of changes after that16:48
seb128ricotz, weird, I would expect strings like 'To' to be translated since forever17:15
ricotzseb128, it is not string based, but position based17:17
ricotzso the translations refer to specific widgets/labels17:17
seb128well, same I would expect the 'To' entry to not be something that change in the 102 serie but maybe that's naive from me17:43
seb128so any idea if 1- that's a regression due to the recent changes to our packaging script?17:44
seb1282- how we fix that in the deb?17:44
ricotzseb128, it is caused by the upstream switch to a single repo for translations17:47
ricotzupstream should update the revision in l10n-changesets.json17:47
ricotzif we would use the HEAD of comm-l10n the translations generation won't be stable17:48
ricotzoops, translations/tarball17:48
seb128I wonder why it works in the snap17:54
seb128do you know who to raise that with upstream?17:55
seb128I wonder if that's worth blocking the current updates until we get the issue resolved17:55
ricotzseb128, maybe lis_syx can help with upstream?17:58
ricotzhardcoding the latest l10n revision and regenerate the tarball as "*+build1.1" would be an option17:59
ricotzseb128, I am going to push a repack to the mozillateam ppa for lunar18:09
ricotzseb128, https://launchpad.net/~mozillateam/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/+sourcepub/14460889/+listing-archive-extra18:51
KGB-0gnome-terminal signed tags dcb7844 Gunnar Hjalmarsson ubuntu/3.46.7-1ubuntu2 * gnome-terminal Debian release 3.46.7-1ubuntu2 * https://deb.li/3ivIE19:18
seb128ricotz[m], thanks21:55

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