Community meeting on IRC 8th December 2022

Schedule: Thursday 2022-12-08T08:00:00Z   :world_map:   :date:

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  • Name/IRC nick: nephros
  • Topic: Log collection continued (and Bugger! enhancements)
  • Some details about the topic:
    The last meeting raised the point of possibly enhancing the Bugger! tool to help in collecting logs. Specifically

<thilo[m]>: “If someone could contribute a poc to bugger, i think that would help”

The Bugger! development Team :wink: has listened and the latest beta introduces a PoC of a “plug-in” system based on systemd units. Rudimentaty documentation is available here and builds of the 0.10.x beta are available at the Chum Testing repo.
This meeting topic is more a FYI and a request for feedback from anyone interested, and an invitation to improve that topic at the Bugger development repo (GitHub - sailfishos-chum/bugger)

  • Approx. time needed: 5-10 min?
  • Substitute (optional): really anyone, I myself am unlikely to be able to attend because of dayjob work, but I do read the Meeting logs and can follow up on anything raised there.
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  • Name/IRC nick: nerd7473 (Matrix)
  • Topic: Xperia 10 iii Camera API progress.
  • Some details about the topic: I am curious what the timeline looks like for enabling the other cameras and the color filters within the camera app.
  • Approx. time needed: 5 minutes, maybe less.
  • Substitute (optional): Anyone, if I can’t make the meeting.

Untracked bug reports

ID Comments Additional Information
11909
13694
13635
13579
8239
13685
12833 Add tag pending
3276 Add tag pending
8261
5247 Add tag tracked as it is already tracked
10194 Add tag fixed

Duplicates/To be closed

ID Duplicate/Close Reason
5359 Close Not a bug
8568 Close Not related to Sailfish OS

Feature request

ID
13469
7634
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Here are some screenshots of Bugger!'s log collection page, in case it aids the discussion during the meeting.

Meeting ended Thu Dec 8 09:21:42 2022 UTC.
Minutes: #sailfishos-meeting: Sailfish OS, open source, collaboration -- 8th December 2022
Minutes (text): https://irclogs.sailfishos.org/meetings/sailfishos-meeting/2022/sailfishos-meeting.2022-12-08-08.01.txt
Log: #sailfishos-meeting log

This was the last meeting of 2022; thanks to everyone who asked questions and was able to join, we had some nice discussion as always.

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One request please. Use the names of the bug reports in the urls and not the t/97898 urls? I used to mouse over each of those and now that delivers no info which means I have to open the urls if I want to see what’s what. I try to keep up! Thanks for all your efforts!

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Thanks for the discussion, I’ll see what can be done about the points raised.

Reaching harbour compatability is probably not going to be possible without lots of trickery.

Log sanitation and viewing on the other hand should be possible, it’s just a little scripting. The hard part is to know what to remove.

An issue has been created to add a viewer function. Although depending on log size and verbosity, checking might be hard on the device.
One of the reasons log collection, uploading, and posting are separate steps is to allow users to look at the logs using the tools they like.

“Sanitation” is hard to do in a general way, as has been discussed. No one can know what kind of data might end up in e.g. the journal.

An issue has been created and work has started on an “send by email” function.

Although I think it would be ideal if Jolla could provide a service to deliver files (i.e. a pastebin-type thing, or something like a Nextcloud DAV file share. Ideally authenticated via the Jolla account.

Currently, no. As has been discussed, is uses a couple of non-harbour-compliant functions, and needs some permissions that makes it incompatible. Thaodan has now twice suggested
integrating the app or something similar to the app to the system. This would obviously solve this.

It uses the feature of creating a post through an URL which has all the contents. This URL is passed to the Browser, which does the actual posting. So not strictly “API use”.
This is mainly to avoid having to handle authentication and things in Bugger!.

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i’d suggest to paste the /t/ urls and let discourse convert them into their respective titles.

like here: Community meeting on IRC 24th November 2022 - #2 by thigg

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