Activity log for bug #1706859

Date Who What changed Old value New value Message
2017-07-27 06:16:18 Rik Mills bug added bug
2017-07-27 06:25:45 Rik Mills tags alpha2 artful
2017-07-27 06:29:19 Rik Mills summary Auto-selected keyboard layout no longer matches chosen region on "Whare are you" page Auto-selected keyboard layout no longer matches chosen region on "Where are you" page
2017-07-27 06:29:36 Rik Mills bug added subscriber Kubuntu Bugs
2017-07-27 06:58:40 Rik Mills description Kubuntu 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 Steps to reproduce: On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install. Kubuntu 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. Steps to reproduce: - On the "try or install screen", select try kubuntu, then launch ubiquity via -the desktop icon in the live session. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install.
2017-07-27 07:09:30 Ubuntu QA Website tags alpha2 artful alpha2 artful iso-testing
2017-07-27 07:34:26 Rik Mills description Kubuntu 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. Steps to reproduce: - On the "try or install screen", select try kubuntu, then launch ubiquity via -the desktop icon in the live session. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install. Kubuntu Or Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. Steps to reproduce: - On the "try or install screen", select try kubuntu/mate, then launch ubiquity via -the desktop icon in the live session. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" (London in Mate's case) - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install.
2017-07-27 08:27:54 Rik Mills description Kubuntu Or Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. Steps to reproduce: - On the "try or install screen", select try kubuntu/mate, then launch ubiquity via -the desktop icon in the live session. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" (London in Mate's case) - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install. Ubuntun or Kubuntu Or Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. Steps to reproduce: - On the "try or install screen", select try 'your flavour', then launch ubiquity via -the desktop icon in the live session. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" (London in Mate & Ubuntu's case) - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install.
2017-07-27 08:29:50 Rik Mills description Ubuntun or Kubuntu Or Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. Steps to reproduce: - On the "try or install screen", select try 'your flavour', then launch ubiquity via -the desktop icon in the live session. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" (London in Mate & Ubuntu's case) - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install. Kubuntu Or Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 or Ubuntu daily iso build EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. Steps to reproduce: - On the "try or install screen", select try 'your flavour', then launch ubiquity via -the desktop icon in the live session. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" (London in Mate & Ubuntu's case) - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install.
2017-07-27 10:57:22 Rik Mills ubiquity (Ubuntu): milestone ubuntu-17.10
2017-07-27 11:06:13 Rik Mills tags alpha2 artful iso-testing alpha2 artful iso-testing kubuntu
2017-08-20 07:33:12 Launchpad Janitor ubiquity (Ubuntu): status New Confirmed
2017-09-03 17:54:51 RussianNeuroMancer bug added subscriber RussianNeuroMancer
2017-09-27 14:32:49 Sebastien Bacher tags alpha2 artful iso-testing kubuntu alpha2 artful iso-testing kubuntu rls-aa-incoming
2017-09-27 21:27:00 Will Cooke tags alpha2 artful iso-testing kubuntu rls-aa-incoming alpha2 artful iso-testing kubuntu rls-bb-incoming
2017-09-28 08:36:48 Rik Mills description Kubuntu Or Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 or Ubuntu daily iso build EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. Steps to reproduce: - On the "try or install screen", select try 'your flavour', then launch ubiquity via -the desktop icon in the live session. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" (London in Mate & Ubuntu's case) - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install. Kubuntu Or Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Alpha 2 iso image Build 20170725 or Ubuntu daily iso build EDIT: This only seems to happen when you launch ubiquity in a live session. Starting the installation from the "try or install screen" instead seems to correctly set the matching keyboard layout by default. EDIT2: 28/09/2017 - beta2 testing - This has now regressed so it seems to occur when installing from BOTH the Try/Install screen, and from the live session install links Steps to reproduce: - Start installation via either the Try/install screen. or the live session install links. - On "Where are you page" set region and time zone to "United Kingdom" (London in Mate & Ubuntu's case) - Go to next page "Keyboard Layout" What happens: I am offered by default the English (US) keyboard layout and variant. What should happen: In 17.04 and previous ubiquity versions, the appropriate English (UK) option was chosen/presented by default to match my location settings from the previous screen. A regression like this could result in someone who is inattentive, or perhaps does many installs and simply assumes that the matching happens so does not notice, getting the wrong default keyboard setting on fresh install.
2017-09-28 08:37:08 Rik Mills tags alpha2 artful iso-testing kubuntu rls-bb-incoming alpha2 artful beta2 iso-testing kubuntu rls-bb-incoming
2017-10-16 21:53:34 Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre ubiquity (Ubuntu): status Confirmed Fix Released
2017-10-17 08:43:55 Rik Mills ubiquity (Ubuntu): status Fix Released Confirmed
2017-10-18 20:53:22 Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre ubiquity (Ubuntu): status Confirmed Triaged
2017-10-18 20:53:24 Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre ubiquity (Ubuntu): importance Undecided Medium
2017-10-18 20:53:37 Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre ubiquity (Ubuntu): milestone ubuntu-17.10 ubuntu-18.01
2017-10-18 20:53:49 Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre ubiquity (Ubuntu): milestone ubuntu-18.01 ubuntu-17.11
2017-10-29 21:29:37 Alex ARNAUD bug added subscriber Alex ARNAUD
2017-11-12 18:43:51 nathan ubiquity (Ubuntu): status Triaged Confirmed
2017-11-13 07:29:35 Jean-Baptiste Lallement ubiquity (Ubuntu): status Confirmed Triaged