sgmoore[m]<Eickmeyer[m]> "sgmoore (@sgmoore:kde.org): Hi..." <- Yes, but right now snaps are on hold: core22 need my kde-neon extension finalized and merged into snapcraft upstream. And core20 snaps are being removed until security updates issue is solved. Since Neon does not maintain packages when they move to a new base I am creating a PPA to maintain security updates. This is a WIP. I just can't allow my name to be attached to a bunch of12:10
sgmoore[m]snaps with secuirty holes.12:10
sgmoore[m]and morning all12:11
RikMillssanta_: going to get 5.27.0 built in the archive, then will do 5.103.013:45
RikMillshope that is ok13:45
santa_RikMills: of course, thanks a lot for uploading to archive13:47
RikMills5.27.0 uploaded13:47
RikMillspushing git13:48
BluesKajHi all14:11
Eickmeyer[m]<sgmoore[m]> "Yes, but right now snaps are..." <- I totally get that. :)14:33
RikMills5.27.0 for kinetic is in backports-landing16:56
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> https://irc-attachments.kde.org/a4830d01/file_63489.jpg17:18
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> Forwarded from RikMills: So far so good in virtualbox......17:18
mmikowskihi everyone.17:56
mmikowskiAnybody seen this: running meld gives: "Cannot import: GTK+ | No module named 'gi'"17:57
mmikowskioh, and then it refuses to run, making it substantially less valuable :P17:57
Eickmeyermmikowski: Ran meld yesterday without issues. Sounds like a dependency got deleted inadvertently.18:07
mmikowskiEickmeyer: Hi! I agree and am now testing on a separate machine to see if its a consistent problem. 18:09
mmikowskiEickmeyer: And, it's not. So it's specific to this machine. Which is great news, actually.18:10
mmikowskiNow to figure out what the heck happened here...18:10
EickmeyerYep. Meld isn't one of those packages that sees a lot of updates in the archive.18:10
mmikowskiYeah, was thinking it was a python update that might have caused it, as the python software properties did get updated. I'll work it out.18:11
mmikowskioh, classic. Home is 99% full. All bets are off.18:14
Eickmeyer[m]That'd do it.18:14
mmikowskiAlthough / is 42%. That's a relief18:15
arraybolt3Heh, I start getting worried when my drive gets even 50% full :P18:22
mmikowskimeh, I don't have time to fix it now. At least it is not systematic.18:28
mmikowskiYeah, well all of python now looks squirrelly. Again, specific to this system.18:44
mmikowskifwiw, I fixed it by reinstall all python packages as found in a working system. Not sure how that happened, now its fixed.18:51
mmikowskiThat's from the department of redundancy department :)18:51

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