kgiiiFWIW, the ISO testing tracker is slowing down again. It's about 1m 15s for a report page to load and save. It was much worse for a few months, about a 2m load time per page, but then it improved. It's now slowing down again. I suppose that's outside the scope of the Lubuntu team, but I figured I'd mention it. It's darned annoying, is what it is.01:05
arraybolt3Heh, I've seen it be pretty slow too. Guess it gives you time to go get some coffee or something :)01:11
kgiiiThey fixed it once. 01:13
arrayboltCBookWell, currently I'm split between continuing to work on the KDE System Settings thing by testing out a new Bluetooth stack, or getting lubuntu-installer-prompt working and shipped. Which one sounds better?01:13
kgiiiProbably the settings thing - as more folks will be interested in that then BT. (That's my guess, anyway.)01:14
kgiiiI so misread that...01:14
arrayboltCBookWell the Bluetooth and the settings thing are intertwined, as KDE System Settings is still getting installed on the Lubuntu ISOs since the KDE Bluetooth stuff recommends it.01:14
kgiiiThe installer prompt. Now that I actually read what you wrote. (I'm multitasking and NOT doing well with it!)01:15
arrayboltCBookHeh, no problem. Sounds good. My Bluetooth earbuds that I'd use for testing need recharged anyway.01:16
arrayboltCBookAnd the charging case needs charged too...01:16
kgiiiLOL It's amazing how many things we recharge these days. I'm pretty old and that'd be one of the things I've seen change over time. Battery tech is pretty amazing.01:26
arraybolt3Personally I think wired is actually more convenient. Laptops are cool, but a desktop won't run out of juice, has more power, and generally is easier to use. But laptops are what I have and I'm mobile enough around my house that having one is very handy, so... sigh.01:27
guivercre: iso.qa tracker & slow.. I made RT ticket [67219; 18-Jan] & they responded due hardware failure.. will be fixed when ordered hardware arrives (they closed ticket)02:27
tsimonq2arraybolt3: l-u-n autopkgtest> How exactly are you going about reproducing it?16:49
tsimonq2arraybolt3: Usually, uploads to increase verbosity should be done locally/in a PPA :P (and you can trigger autopkgtests against PPAs ;) )16:50
arraybolt3tsimonq2: I just used "autopkgtest --apt-pocket=proposed=* -- schroot lunar-amd64-shm" to try and reproduce.16:55
arraybolt3tsimonq2: Also, I didn't know there was any particular policy around making uploads to increase verbosity.16:55
arraybolt3I did use the verbosity-increase locally and it gave me pretty much what I expected.16:55
arraybolt3(i.e., a successful result that didn't appear to tell me anything more about what the problem might be)16:56
arraybolt3(I also tried without the "--apt-pocket=proposed=*" and it behaved the same.)16:57
tsimonq2arraybolt3: How about just using the triggers specified in the autopkgtest?17:16
tsimonq2arraybolt3: Also meh, I guess it's not against policy, but an upload to just debug is kinda discouraged17:17
arraybolt3tsimonq2: Makes sense. And with the upload, I'll avoid doing debugging uploads in the future. (Though really we probably want this one since our previous autopkgtest was *pathetic* in how much info it gave, and now it's not \o/)17:22
arraybolt3wrt lubuntu-installer-prompt, it looks like SDDM is auto-logging into the Lubuntu user upon start. I think all we need to do is change whatever's setting /etc/sddm to boot into a Lubuntu.desktop session, and make it boot into a installer-prompt.desktop session or something.20:48
arraybolt3Then lubuntu-installer-prompt can exit and call startlxqt, which (I believe) gets the desktop rolling (or maybe it has to trigger Lubuntu.desktop or something).20:49
arraybolt3Or it can exit and pop up Calamares.20:49
arraybolt3Or maybe it shouldn't exit at all, if the user chooses to install Lubuntu, maybe it should just hide the buttons and leave the background there during the installation.20:54
arraybolt3OK, sooooo... trying to run the installer prompt as an application without a window manager involved (oops) sorta resulted in a mess.21:44
arraybolt3Guess I should probably rope OpenBox into the picture :P21:44
tsimonq2I mean, Calamares could run in fullscreen mode?21:45
arraybolt3That's a thought, but it looks bad in fullscreen mode currently and so we intentionally took it out of fullscreen mode.21:46
arraybolt3(We are running alpha software in production here :P)21:46
tsimonq2What looks bad, again? heh21:49
arraybolt3one moment...21:50
arraybolt3tsimonq2: OK, so...21:52
arraybolt3The real problem I was having with the installer prompt was that, when rendered without a window manager, it was using X directly, and that made it render in a tiny box in the upper-left corner of the screen with nearly none of it visible.21:53
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arraybolt3The problem with Calamares is that when in fullscreen, it displays the splash screen image way smaller than its supposed to (a regression from the older version).21:53
arraybolt3We worked around the regression by drawing Calamares in a window instead. And now I need to figure out how to get a window manager involved with lubuntu-installer-prompt, which probably means making a shell script to orchestrate things :D21:54
tsimonq2What does the regressed splash screen look like?22:04
arraybolt3(This was a problem in the Kinetic cycle, we elected to do things this way since we were short on time. We should do a Calamares update and see if the issue is solved there, and if not, write a bug report.)22:07
arraybolt3(This is if I'm remembering correctly, that is.)22:07
tsimonq2I wonder how big that source image file is, if we have the source for it, and if it will scale22:43
arraybolt3It's supposed to scale automatically, I believe.22:44
tsimonq2No, I mean, let's make sure it's not a small image in and of itself23:01
lubot[telegram] <teward001> *rescales simon's brain to be smaller*23:29
lubot[telegram] <teward001> :P23:29
* arrayboltCBook pipes /dev/urandom into @teward001's brain23:32

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