vorlonteward: FFe is to file a bug and subscribe ~ubuntu-release00:04
vorlonEickmeyer: removals are not handled by the auto-sync00:04
Eickmeyervorlon: Yeah, I realized that after I posted that, and realized it requires a removal bug.00:05
tewardvorlon: ack i'll file the bug (looks like requestsync has the -e flag for that) - and see if we can't get this in.00:05
vorlonEickmeyer: ok. and no, you don't have to file a removal bug for a package removed from Debian unstable00:05
tewardthat will fix a critical level bug in the package (E:UNUSABLE) and from there I can poke the TB and Release teams for a one time exception to copy the package to the older releases since thte latest breakage was nasty.  (I'm looking into whether this is snappable)00:06
teward(for the long term future)00:06
Eickmeyervorlon: I think Ukikie's worry is that they don't want it removed for this release.00:06
vorlonteward: if the package is currently broken then it doesn't need an FFe.  FFe is for features not bugfixes00:07
tewardvorlon: therein lies the chaos00:07
tewardit's *not* just a bugfix release00:07
tewardit includes other changes in the system for translations, additional feature changes, etc. because of a full v bump00:07
teward(and upstream doesn't have separate feature branches)00:07
vorlonteward: ok but if the current package is *unusable* then there's no risk of regression and no need for an FFe00:08
tewardvorlon: ack, so, JFDI then with the sync with my coredev?00:08
vorlonEickmeyer: well anyway, that one was blocked from removal because it was seeded.  Now that it's no longer seeded, I'll remove it right now (<-- Ukikie)00:09
Eickmeyervorlon: I see. ack00:09
* Eickmeyer is learning details00:12
tewardvorlon: given that the package is broken (#2000077 indicates download URLs are broken and this also breaks the launcher functioning on upload and can't be used to spawn *new* torbrowser sessions in userspace as designed) I just did the syncpackage call and that looks like it's accepted for Lunar00:15
tewardthe only Ubuntu specific deltas I noticed were the pull from upstream of a python float strict check but that's fixed now in upstream so heh.00:16
teward(in case anyone asks)00:16
tewardguiverc: see above RE your poke on that bug on the 13th.00:17
Ukikievorlon: Thanks!00:17
* guiverc smiles; thanks all !00:18
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vorlonEickmeyer: speaking of, Debian removed muon as 'abandoned upstream' but several flavors still seed it including ubuntustudio; can that be dropped?05:12
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Eickmeyervorlon: There's a case where I'd rather wait until next cycle as it works rather well. I'll be sad to see that one go as it is superior to Synaptic in many ways.15:36
vorlonEickmeyer: ok (this is exactly why we don't automatically remove seeded packages that are dropped in Debian)18:07
Eickmeyervorlon: And I knew that, which is why I second-guessed myself yesterday. 😅18:08
EickmeyerI do understand, however, that it will have to be dropped as there's a new package called muon that needs to be introduced.18:08
Bashing-omUWN: Issue779 up for review and final edits: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuWeeklyNewsletter/Issue779 :D19:44
vorlonbdmurray: hmm do you know what consumes /proposed-migration/$series/autopkgtest-results.cache ?  currently inaccessible because it's a symlink to outside the ~/public_html tree and therefore not being synced19:57
mwhudsongood morning20:30
-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- Builds: Ubuntu Budgie Desktop amd64 [Focal 20.04.6] has been marked as ready21:19
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