[gentoo-dev] aging ebuilds with unstable keywords

2006-03-13 Thread Daniel Ahlberg
Hi,

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http://gentoo.tamperd.net/stable has just been updated with 14662 ebuilds.

The page shows results from a number of tests that are run against the ebuilds. 
The tests are:
* if a version has been masked for 30 days or more.
* if an arch was in KEYWORDS in an older ebuild, but not in the newer ones.
* if SRC_URI contains hosts specified in thirdpartymirrors.
* if ebuild uses patch instead of epatch.
* if ebuild sets S to ${WORKDIR}/${P}.
* if ebuild redefines P, PV, PN or PF.
* if ebuild doesn't inherit eutils when it uses functions from eutils.
* if ebuild doesn't inherit flag-o-matic when it uses functions from 
flag-o-matic.
* if ebuild has $HOMEPAGE in SRC_URI (cosmetic).
* if ebuild has $PN in SRC_URI (cosmetic).
* if ebuild forces -fPIC flag to CFLAGS.
* if ebuild has deprecated WANT_AUTO(CONF|MAKE)_?_?.
* if ebuild uses is-flag -fPIC, should be changed to has_fpic.
* if ebuild appends $RDEPEND or $DEPEND to $RDEPEND or $DEPEND to $DEPEND.
* if ebuild has arch keyword(s) in iuse.
* if ebuild overrides MAKEOPTS.
* if ebuild has automake, autoconf or libtool in RDEPEND.
* if ebuild exists in ChangeLog.
* if ebuild installs COPYING and/or INSTALL into doc.

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[gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Seemant Kulleen

Dear All,

It gives me great pleasure to introduce to you Christel Dahlskjaer, the
newest member of the Gentoo Staff.  Christel joins our User Relations
project [1] to help bring it back up to speed (it has languished for a
little while).  She basically wowed a bunch of us in the past few weeks
with her ideas on how to revamp the project and resurface the roads
between the developer community and the user community.  She will be
working closely with Daniel Drake as well as the Developer Relations
personnel.

Christel has been a friend of Gentoo for quite a while, serving as our
freenode contact (if you have a mask, chances are high that Christel
gave it to you). And you didn't even know it...

Ms. Dahlskjaer (Natasha, when she's in Russia) hails from Norway,
somewhere near the arctic circle.  She smarted up and moved to warmer
climes -- tropical England, where she lives these days.  She enjoys
belly dancing, yoga, coffee, sleeping with the light on, falling
bookmarks, unbookmarked spots in a book, and playing the violin:
sometimes in that order.

Please make her feel welcome. I'm sure we will be hearing from her quite
a bit in the near future.

Welcome Christel!

Thanks,

Seemant
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[gentoo-dev] Christel part 2

2006-03-13 Thread Seemant Kulleen

1. http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/devrel/user-relations/index.xml
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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Boris Fersing
2006/3/13, Seemant Kulleen [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 Dear All,

 It gives me great pleasure to introduce to you Christel Dahlskjaer, the
 newest member of the Gentoo Staff.  Christel joins our User Relations
 project [1] to help bring it back up to speed (it has languished for a
 little while).  She basically wowed a bunch of us in the past few weeks
 with her ideas on how to revamp the project and resurface the roads
 between the developer community and the user community.  She will be
 working closely with Daniel Drake as well as the Developer Relations
 personnel.

 Christel has been a friend of Gentoo for quite a while, serving as our
 freenode contact (if you have a mask, chances are high that Christel
 gave it to you). And you didn't even know it...

 Ms. Dahlskjaer (Natasha, when she's in Russia) hails from Norway,
 somewhere near the arctic circle.  She smarted up and moved to warmer
 climes -- tropical England, where she lives these days.  She enjoys
 belly dancing, yoga, coffee, sleeping with the light on, falling
 bookmarks, unbookmarked spots in a book, and playing the violin:
 sometimes in that order.

 Please make her feel welcome. I'm sure we will be hearing from her quite
 a bit in the near future.

 Welcome Christel!

 Thanks,

 Seemant

Welcome Christel !! ;)

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Jochen Maes

/me gives a hot welcome hump to christel

now yer branded :-)

Seemant Kulleen wrote:


Dear All,

It gives me great pleasure to introduce to you Christel Dahlskjaer, the
newest member of the Gentoo Staff.  Christel joins our User Relations
project [1] to help bring it back up to speed (it has languished for a
little while).  She basically wowed a bunch of us in the past few weeks
with her ideas on how to revamp the project and resurface the roads
between the developer community and the user community.  She will be
working closely with Daniel Drake as well as the Developer Relations
personnel.

Christel has been a friend of Gentoo for quite a while, serving as our
freenode contact (if you have a mask, chances are high that Christel
gave it to you). And you didn't even know it...

Ms. Dahlskjaer (Natasha, when she's in Russia) hails from Norway,
somewhere near the arctic circle.  She smarted up and moved to warmer
climes -- tropical England, where she lives these days.  She enjoys
belly dancing, yoga, coffee, sleeping with the light on, falling
bookmarks, unbookmarked spots in a book, and playing the violin:
sometimes in that order.

Please make her feel welcome. I'm sure we will be hearing from her quite
a bit in the near future.

Welcome Christel!

Thanks,

Seemant
 




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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Andrej Kacian
On Mon, 13 Mar 2006 14:49:10 +0100
Jochen Maes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 /me gives a hot welcome hump to christel
 
 now yer branded :-)

I don't remember you branding *me* when I was new. :))

Anyway, welcome, Christel!

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Jochen Maes

Andrej Kacian wrote:


On Mon, 13 Mar 2006 14:49:10 +0100
Jochen Maes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 


/me gives a hot welcome hump to christel

now yer branded :-)
   



I don't remember you branding *me* when I was new. :))

Anyway, welcome, Christel!

 


Sorry dude, must have been out off my mind...

/me hums ticho twice as apology :-)

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Christel Dahlskjaer
On Mon, 2006-03-13 at 14:49 +0100, Jochen Maes wrote:
 /me gives a hot welcome hump to christel
 
 now yer branded :-)

Is this where I say Yeah, I like it like that? :)

Thanks SeJo! :)

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Christel Dahlskjaer
On Mon, 2006-03-13 at 14:43 +0100, Boris Fersing wrote:
[snip]
 Welcome Christel !! ;)
 
 Boris.

Thank you Boris!

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Christel Dahlskjaer
On Mon, 2006-03-13 at 15:02 +0100, Andrej Kacian wrote:
[snip]
 I don't remember you branding *me* when I was new. :))
 
 Anyway, welcome, Christel!

Thank you!

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[gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Lance Albertson
It appears that the OSL had some kind of a power issue (which
unfortunately included having some issues with the generator). They are
still working on bringing machines back up, but anything thats tied to
the database server is not working (bugs/forums/etc). I have half of the
machines back up, while others are still MIA.

Please be patient as they work on resolving the issue. I believe CVS
should be working now and the tree should be updating. Please let me
know if that is not the case.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Wernfried Haas
On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 08:34:59AM -0600, Lance Albertson wrote:
 [..] the database server is not working (bugs/forums/etc). I have half of the
 machines back up, while others are still MIA.

Chuck Norris to the rescue!
Good luck finding them.

 Wernfried

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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Lars Weiler
* Wernfried Haas [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/03/13 15:46 +0100]:
 On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 08:34:59AM -0600, Lance Albertson wrote:
  [..] the database server is not working (bugs/forums/etc). I have half of 
  the
  machines back up, while others are still MIA.
 
 Chuck Norris to the rescue!
 Good luck finding them.

...but he still counts to infinity... for the second time!

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Find apps not ported to modular X

2006-03-13 Thread Bertrand Jacquin
On 3/13/06, Donnie Berkholz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Bertrand Jacquin wrote:
  On 2/24/06, Donnie Berkholz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  Latest list:
  http://dev.gentoo.org/~spyderous/broken_modular/broken_modular_maintainers.txt.20060224
 
  scilab depend on virtual/x11 and is not in this list. Is your tool broken ?

 No, it just checks the latest ~arch version of each package. And
 3.1.1-r3 of scilab works fine.

Ah ok, I test it on amd64, and latest ~arch is 2.7-r3.
Thanks.


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[gentoo-dev] Last rites for net-im/ickle and net-misc/gtm

2006-03-13 Thread foser
Hey,

while wandering trough the tree I came across net-im/ickle and
net-misc/gtm, packages abandoned years ago, without metadata and any
recent changelog entries. So I took it upon me to mask them for removal
in a few days or so. Bugzilla is unreachable at the moment, but I don't
think an entry is needed for these 2.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread George Prowse
I cant pick up my -dev emails because of this outageGeorgeOn 13/03/06, Lars Weiler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
* Wernfried Haas [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/03/13 15:46 +0100]:
 On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 08:34:59AM -0600, Lance Albertson wrote:  [..] the database server is not working (bugs/forums/etc). I have half of the  machines back up, while others are still MIA.
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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Josh Saddler
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The mail server is not hosted by OSL. That server is somewhere in Italy, iirc.
I'm still receiving -dev mail just fine.

George Prowse wrote:
 I cant pick up my -dev emails because of this outage
 
 George
 
 On 13/03/06, Lars Weiler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
* Wernfried Haas [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/03/13 15:46 +0100]:

On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 08:34:59AM -0600, Lance Albertson wrote:

[..] the database server is not working (bugs/forums/etc). I have half

of the

machines back up, while others are still MIA.

Chuck Norris to the rescue!
Good luck finding them.

...but he still counts to infinity... for the second time!

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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Simon Stelling

Josh Saddler wrote:

The mail server is not hosted by OSL. That server is somewhere in Italy, iirc.
I'm still receiving -dev mail just fine.

George Prowse wrote:


I cant pick up my -dev emails because of this outage


Congratulations. You made us all laugh.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Josh Saddler
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whoops. don't know where i read that, then. :)

Simon Stelling wrote:
 Josh Saddler wrote:
 
 The mail server is not hosted by OSL. That server is somewhere in
 Italy, iirc.
 I'm still receiving -dev mail just fine.

 George Prowse wrote:

 I cant pick up my -dev emails because of this outage
 
 
 Congratulations. You made us all laugh.
 
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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Diego 'Flameeyes' Pettenò
On Monday 13 March 2006 18:37, Josh Saddler wrote:
 whoops. don't know where i read that, then. :)
Actually, you're right.. robin (which handles the mailing lists) is in 
Trieste, but of course you need toucan to access the @gentoo.org mails...
Still, toucan is in Indiana, so not related to OSU's outages.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Josh Saddler
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Yeah, I know...but what I hadn't realized (until blubb pointed it out on irc)
was that the message was sent to -dev. I had thought everything was on
- -core...heh. Took me a little bit to see the obvious humor!

Diego 'Flameeyes' Pettenò wrote:
 On Monday 13 March 2006 18:37, Josh Saddler wrote:
 
whoops. don't know where i read that, then. :)
 
 Actually, you're right.. robin (which handles the mailing lists) is in 
 Trieste, but of course you need toucan to access the @gentoo.org mails...
 Still, toucan is in Indiana, so not related to OSU's outages.
 
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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Wernfried Haas
On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 02:00:16PM -0600, Lance Albertson wrote:
 P.S. - Everyone please thank the OSL team on sorting out these issues!

Thanks Lance  everyone at OSL!

   Wernfried

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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Lance Albertson
Lance Albertson wrote:
 It appears that the OSL had some kind of a power issue (which
 unfortunately included having some issues with the generator). They are
 still working on bringing machines back up, but anything thats tied to
 the database server is not working (bugs/forums/etc). I have half of the
 machines back up, while others are still MIA.

I believe the rest of our services should be back online now. Please let
me know if you have any issues. Thanks.

P.S. - Everyone please thank the OSL team on sorting out these issues!

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Luca Barbato
Seemant Kulleen wrote:
 Ms. Dahlskjaer (Natasha, when she's in Russia) hails from Norway,
 somewhere near the arctic circle.  She smarted up and moved to warmer
 climes -- tropical England, where she lives these days.  She enjoys
 belly dancing, yoga, coffee, sleeping with the light on, falling
 bookmarks, unbookmarked spots in a book, and playing the violin:
 sometimes in that order.
 

 ...oO(Doing them all at the same time would require too many arms...)

Welcome Christel!

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New Staffer: Christel Dahlskjaer

2006-03-13 Thread Peter Gordon
Awesome! Welcome aboard, Christel! :-)
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[gentoo-portage-dev] Hello! portage UI

2006-03-13 Thread tvali
Hello!

I am thinking about making user interface for portage.

I see the possibility to browse portage tree, turning different filters
on and off, as it's most important feature. I dont think that it should
contain any functions for updating, emerging or unmerging or syncing at
it's beginning, as i think that i havent used portage long enough to
make a clear design of such a tool.

Anyway, package browser would be usable for me as a new user of portage.

I describe shortly, what i see as it's functionality:
* General UI, which looks like a classical e-mail client with
folder-list on left panel, mail-list on top and one e-mail on bottom.
Additionally, top and bottom panel should be together in right panel.
* Left panel contains 2 main folders -- one is to access folders in
/usr/portage/, another contains keywords like kdebase-meta (or
kde-base) -- which has packages like kdegraphics-meta inside it (click
+). This other tree should be hand-made tree + others folder, last
containing all package groups, which are not included in this tree. At
least, i think that automation may not be possible -- it depends on
structure, which i dont know.
* Right panel, which contains tabs -- first tab is for top/bottom panels, other are web browsers (konqueror).
* Top panel contains package list like detailed view of folders
* Botton panel contains details -- also button for opening www-address of package in new tab.
+ there should be search feature.
+ some special folders should be added: --update world, which contains
all outdated packages jpc. As it would be slow, portage or this UI
should be cache such things and clean this cache when --sync happens.

It is possible that integration into Konqueror could be simple and usable (like portage:/ protocol).

In future, additional features like tray-icon for autosync and
notifications, also adding packages to world and removing, could be
considered; code should be build in such way that is would be possible
to add them later in different ways.
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excellent, it won't be profitable or fun, and if you're not in business
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Re: [gentoo-portage-dev] Hello! portage UI

2006-03-13 Thread Brian
On Tue, 2006-14-03 at 00:39 +0200, tvali wrote:
 Hello!
 
 I am thinking about making user interface for portage.
 
 I see the possibility to browse portage tree, turning different
 filters on and off, as it's most important feature. I dont think that
 it should contain any functions for updating, emerging or unmerging or
 syncing at it's beginning, as i think that i havent used portage long
 enough to make a clear design of such a tool.
 
 Anyway, package browser would be usable for me as a new user of
 portage.
 
 I describe shortly, what i see as it's functionality:
 * General UI, which looks like a classical e-mail client with
 folder-list on left panel, mail-list on top and one e-mail on bottom.
 Additionally, top and bottom panel should be together in right panel.
 * Left panel contains 2 main folders -- one is to access folders
 in /usr/portage/, another contains keywords like kdebase-meta (or
 kde-base) -- which has packages like kdegraphics-meta inside it (click
 +). This other tree should be hand-made tree + others folder, last
 containing all package groups, which are not included in this tree. At
 least, i think that automation may not be possible -- it depends on
 structure, which i dont know.
 * Right panel, which contains tabs -- first tab is for top/bottom
 panels, other are web browsers (konqueror).
 * Top panel contains package list like detailed view of folders
 * Botton panel contains details -- also button for opening www-address
 of package in new tab.
 + there should be search feature.
 + some special folders should be added: --update world, which contains
 all outdated packages jpc. As it would be slow, portage or this UI
 should be cache such things and clean this cache when --sync happens.
 
 It is possible that integration into Konqueror could be simple and
 usable (like portage:/ protocol).
 
 In future, additional features like tray-icon for autosync and
 notifications, also adding packages to world and removing, could be
 considered; code should be build in such way that is would be possible
 to add them later in different ways.
 
 -- 
 tvali

For KDE there are 2 projects that come to mind Kuroo, and another one
that was designed to run in Konguerer, but I don't remember the name.
Kuroo is being actively developed right now, I don't recall seeing
anything recently on the other one.

If your thinking of something being coded in python so that it can
interact with and use portage code for information retrieval then check
out Porthole.  It is a gtk app not KDE, but will run on a KDE desktop.
It sounds like it already does things similar to what you had in mind.

If you wanted to port the gui code from pygtk to pyQt, I am sure that
there would be a number of KDE users that would be pleased.  I would
definitely consider adding an optional KDE interface to it. :)


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