Re: [ubuntu/cosmic-proposed] brotli 1.0.4-1 (Accepted)

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Re: [ubuntu/cosmic-proposed] brotli 1.0.4-1 (Accepted)

Matthias Klose-6
Jeremy,

you force-synced this package, dropping the armhf alignment patches, causing the
build failure on armhf.  The package is now staying in the proposed pocket for
more than a month without any action taken.

I am not aware of any recent decision that we have to drop any Ubuntu delta.  If
there is, you may want to educate me, but maybe that's why you are running for
the TB.  Mistakes happen, but I really would appreciate it if you could clean up
things before proceeding with the next dozen syncs.

Thanks, Matthias

On 04.05.2018 16:47, Jeremy Bicha wrote:
> brotli (1.0.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium
>
>    * New upstream version 1.0.4
>
> Date: 2018-04-28 22:29:21.527877+00:00
> Signed-By: Jeremy Bicha <[hidden email]>
> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/brotli/1.0.4-1

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Re: [ubuntu/cosmic-proposed] brotli 1.0.4-1 (Accepted)

Jeremy Bicha-2
On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 7:45 PM, Matthias Klose <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Jeremy,
>
> you force-synced this package, dropping the armhf alignment patches, causing
> the build failure on armhf.  The package is now staying in the proposed
> pocket for more than a month without any action taken.

Both of the patches that were in the Ubuntu version are in the new
upstream version. This armhf build failure is a *new* issue.

I did file the upstream bug last time but I have not done so this time
yet. You're welcome to file the bug upstream if this issue is
important to you.

> I am not aware of any recent decision that we have to drop any Ubuntu delta.
> If there is, you may want to educate me, but maybe that's why you are
> running for the TB.  Mistakes happen, but I really would appreciate it if
> you could clean up things before proceeding with the next dozen syncs.

It is starting to feel to me like you are publicly attacking me on
multiple issues. Please remember that I am an unpaid volunteer. While
I try to do a lot for Ubuntu, I don't have enough time or expertise to
do everything!

I am not running for the TB because of our recent disputes. I believe
I have a deep and broad enough understanding of Ubuntu packaging and
processes that my joining the TB would help Ubuntu so I volunteered
for it. If there are enough other people interested in joining the TB,
maybe I won't need to serve there. :)

Thanks,
Jeremy Bicha

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Re: [ubuntu/cosmic-proposed] brotli 1.0.4-1 (Accepted)

Matthias Klose-6
On 08.06.2018 14:15, Jeremy Bicha wrote:

> On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 7:45 PM, Matthias Klose <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Jeremy,
>>
>> you force-synced this package, dropping the armhf alignment patches, causing
>> the build failure on armhf.  The package is now staying in the proposed
>> pocket for more than a month without any action taken.
>
> Both of the patches that were in the Ubuntu version are in the new
> upstream version. This armhf build failure is a *new* issue.
>
> I did file the upstream bug last time but I have not done so this time
> yet. You're welcome to file the bug upstream if this issue is
> important to you.
>
>> I am not aware of any recent decision that we have to drop any Ubuntu delta.
>> If there is, you may want to educate me, but maybe that's why you are
>> running for the TB.  Mistakes happen, but I really would appreciate it if
>> you could clean up things before proceeding with the next dozen syncs.
>
> It is starting to feel to me like you are publicly attacking me on
> multiple issues. Please remember that I am an unpaid volunteer. While
> I try to do a lot for Ubuntu, I don't have enough time or expertise to
> do everything!

Nobody has time to do everything.  The only thing I'm asking about is to
follow-up on uploads until these reach the release pocket.  Is this too much?
Other community contributors usually do that.   Maybe trade in a little bit of
quality against quantity.

Matthias

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Re: [ubuntu/cosmic-proposed] brotli 1.0.4-1 (Accepted)

Mark Shuttleworth-2

Given how much I admire both of the folks on this thread, I'm going to
suggest an excellent and well-earned weekend for both of you to recharge
batteries.

Jeremy, I've seen doko in action on go-karts, there's no gap between the
green light and the accelerator pedal on the course :)

Mark


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Re: [ubuntu/cosmic-proposed] brotli 1.0.4-1 (Accepted)

Gianfranco Costamagna
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Hello Matthias

I uploaded the old brotli in cosmic with a nochange rebuild (bumping epoch for obvious reasons)
and it failed too.
https://launchpadlibrarian.net/374059304/buildlog_ubuntu-cosmic-armhf.brotli_1%3A1.0.3-1ubuntu2_BUILDING.txt.gz

I suspect some toolchain changes broke even the old one in the meanwhile, nothing related to
the sync itself, neither to the new release (that includes the changes, and adds really nothing interesting to us).

this is the first test rebuild (I think issued by you), where you can see the same failure with old version
http://qa.ubuntuwire.org/ftbfs/rebuilds/test-rebuild-20180408-bionic.html

and this is the last good one (unfortunately this was the previous version)
http://qa.ubuntuwire.org/ftbfs/rebuilds/test-rebuild-20171220-bionic.html
http://qa.ubuntuwire.org/ftbfs/rebuilds/test-rebuild-20171220-binutils-bionic.html

melding the build log with the one in bionic release with this one
https://launchpadlibrarian.net/363532706/buildlog_ubuntu-bionic-armhf.brotli_1.0.3-1ubuntu1_BUILDING.txt.gz
(a no change rebuild of the bionic version) shows toolchain updates for:

python2.7
cmake
curl
binutils
dpkg-dev
glibc
gcc-7

and something else

HTH

Gianfranco

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Re: [ubuntu/cosmic-proposed] brotli 1.0.4-1 (Accepted)

Julian Andres Klode
On Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 06:42:15PM +0200, Gianfranco Costamagna wrote:
> Hello Matthias
>
> I uploaded the old brotli in cosmic with a nochange rebuild (bumping epoch for obvious reasons)

I'm happy you just did that in a PPA.

JFTR: There is no need to bump the epoch, 1.0.4+really1.0.3 should do just
fine and allow us to perform sane merges and even a sync for 1.0.5 or later.

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Re: [ubuntu/cosmic-proposed] brotli 1.0.4-1 (Accepted)

Gianfranco Costamagna
Hello

>I'm happy you just did that in a PPA.

>JFTR: There is no need to bump the epoch, 1.0.4+really1.0.3 should do just
>fine and allow us to perform sane merges and even a sync for 1.0.5 or later.

I *never*, *ever* bumped an epoch in my life (unless we speak wrt ppas) :)

https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=860797
This is my POV on epochs!

thanks for pointing out that this workflow should *never* be done in the archive!

(this was trivial to test, and after I discovered that bionic was affected,
a build1 have been sufficient too, with bionic as target release)

G.

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