These are this week’s bugs:

#561645 – gdesklets – Doesn’t work with python2.6 (thanks to Andrew Starr-Bochicchio)

#571488 – gedit – FTBFS with Python 2.6 as default

#571517 – totem – FTBFS with Python 2.6 as default

#571510 – rhythmbox – FTBFS with Python 2.6 as default

#533836 – spe – FTBFS with Python 2.6 as default

#569378 – gnet – FTBFS

#551215 – gtkmm-documentation – FTBFS

I’ve also sponsored gnome-dvb-daemon for Sebastian Reichel, which fixes two more RC bugs:

#566949 – gnome-dvb-daemon – FTBFS with Python 2.6 as default

#569480 – gnome-dvb-daemon – FTBFS

It’s interesting to note that all of the above bugs except for the spe one are from pkg-gnome packages. We still have a few more, although they are the hard ones so it’s not gonna be that easy for the next week…

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Big thanks to all the people that have helped and guided me since I came to Debian, including (but not limiting to) Piotr OÃ…Â¼arowski, LoÃƒÂ¯c Minier, Josselin Mouette and Sebastian DrÃƒÂ¶ge! I also want to thank all the people involved in the NM process, including my application manager Patrick Schoenfeld.

I started in the NM queue on November 1st of last year, so overall it’s taken almost 10 months. Of them, about 1.5 were spent waiting for an AM to be assigned to me, and about 3.5 waiting for the FD and the DAM. There seems to be some room for improvement here. Let’s see what we can do.

By the way I’m not the only one celebrating. Luca has also become a DD, congrats!

PS: I turned 21 this Sunday, so this has been a nice birthday gift!

]]>There is a lot of work going on in Liferea. We are working hard to release 1.6 (which will use WebKit as the rendering backend) without any known regressions. Most of the performance work will likely go into the next series though, but 1.6 shouldn’t be any worse than 1.4.

If you would like to contribute, don’t be shy and join #liferea on Freenode! We have some blockers for 1.6 and some other things to do, and we will appreciate any contributions. Testing is also appreciated. We are mostly interested in the unstable series, so if you find a bug in the latest unstable release or in trunk, file a bug report!

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emilio@saturno:~/deb/python-modules$ svn log | egrep "^r[0-9]+ " | cut -f2 -d'|' | sed 's/-guest//' | sort | uniq -c | sort -n -r

865 piotr

609 morph

598 kov

532 bzed

388 pox

302 arnau

253 certik

216 shlomme

212 malex

175 hertzog

140 nslater

130 kobold

123 nijel

121 kitterma

106 bernat

99 kibi

87 varun

83 stratus

81 nobse

81 netzwurm

78 azatoth

76 mca

73 dottedmag

70 jluebbe

68 zack

68 cgalisteo

61 speijnik

61 odd_bloke

60 rganesan

55 kumanna

52 werner

50 haas

48 mejo

45 ucko

43 pabs

42 stew

42 luciano

41 mithrandi

40 wardi

36 gudjon

35 jandd

34 smcv

34 brettp

32 jenner

31 davidvilla

31 aurel32

30 rousseau

30 mtaylor

28 thomasbl

26 lool

25 gaspa

25 ffm

24 adn

22 jmalonzo

21 santiago

21 appaji

18 goedson

17 toadstool

17 sto

17 awen

16 mlizaur

16 akumar

15 nacho

14 smr

14 hanska

13 tviehmann

13 norsetto

13 mbaldessari

12 stone

12 sharky

11 rainct

11 fabrizio

10 lash

9 rodrigogc

9 pcc

9 miriam

9 madduck

9 ftlerror

8 pere

8 crschmidt

7 ncommander

7 myon

7 abuss

6 jwilk

6 bdrung

6 atehwa

5 kcoyner

5 catlee

5 andyp

4 vt

4 ross

4 osrevolution

4 lamby

4 baby

3 sez

3 joss

3 geole

2 rustybear

2 edmonds

2 astraw

2 ana

1 twerner

1 tincho

1 pochu

1 danderson

As it’s likely that the Python Applications Packaging Team will switch too to the same DVCS at the same time, here are the numbers for its repo:

emilio@saturno:~/deb/python-apps$ svn log | egrep "^r[0-9]+ " | cut -f2 -d'|' | sed 's/-guest//' | sort | uniq -c | sort -n -r

401 nijel

288 piotr

235 gothicx

159 pochu

76 nslater

69 kumanna

68 rainct

66 gilir

63 certik

52 vdanjean

52 bzed

46 dottedmag

41 stani

39 varun

37 kitterma

36 morph

35 odd_bloke

29 pcc

29 gudjon

28 appaji

25 thomasbl

24 arnau

20 sc

20 andyp

18 jalet

15 gerardo

14 eike

14 ana

13 dfiloni

11 tklauser

10 ryanakca

10 nxvl

10 akumar

8 sez

8 baby

6 catlee

4 osrevolution

4 cody-somerville

2 mithrandi

2 cjsmo

1 nenolod

1 ffm

Here I’m the 4th most committer

And while I was on it, I thought I could do the same for the GNOME and GStreamer teams:

emilio@saturno:~/deb/pkg-gnome$ svn log | egrep "^r[0-9]+ " | cut -f2 -d'|' | sed 's/-guest//' | sort | uniq -c | sort -n -r

5357 lool

2701 joss

1633 slomo

1164 kov

825 seb128

622 jordi

621 jdassen

574 manphiz

335 sjoerd

298 mlang

296 netsnipe

291 grm

255 ross

236 ari

203 pochu

198 ondrej

190 he

180 kilian

176 alanbach

170 ftlerror

148 nobse

112 marco

87 jak

84 samm

78 rfrancoise

75 oysteigi

73 jsogo

65 svena

65 otavio

55 duck

54 jcurbo

53 zorglub

53 rtp

49 wasabi

49 giskard

42 tagoh

42 kartikm

40 gpastore

34 brad

32 robtaylor

31 xaiki

30 stratus

30 daf

26 johannes

24 sander-m

21 kk

19 bubulle

16 arnau

15 dodji

12 mbanck

11 ruoso

11 fpeters

11 dedu

11 christine

10 cpm

7 ember

7 drew

7 debotux

6 tico

6 emil

6 bradsmith

5 robster

5 carlosliu

4 rotty

4 diegoe

3 biebl

2 thibaut

2 ejad

1 naoliv

1 huats

1 gilir

emilio@saturno:~/deb/pkg-gstreamer$ svn log | egrep "^r[0-9]+ " | cut -f2 -d'|' | sed 's/-guest//' | sort | uniq -c | sort -n -r

891 lool

840 slomo

99 pnormand

69 sjoerd

27 seb128

21 manphiz

8 he

7 aquette

4 elmarco

1 fabian

Conclusions:

– Why do I have the full python-modules and pkg-gstreamer trees, if I have just one commit to DPMT, and don’t even have commit access to the GStreamer team?

– If you don’t want to seem like you have done less commits than you have actually done, don’t change your alioth name when you become a DD (hint: pox-guest and piotr in python-modules are the same person)

– If the switch to a new VCS was based on a vote where you have one vote per commit, the top 3 commiters in pkg-gnome could win the vote if they chosed the same! For python-apps it’s the 4 top commiters, and the 7 ones for python-modules. pkg-gstreamer is a bit special

For those of you who don’t know me, I’m an Spanish guy contributing mostly to the GNOME packages and some Python applications. But if something breaks in your desktop, don’t blame me, but my sponsor!

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