Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/gnome-clocks
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#2 _gdk_x11_display_error_event at gdkdisplay-x11.c:2416
#6 handle_error at xcb_io.c:212
#8 XIQueryDevice at XIQueryDevice.c:60
#9 translate_hierarchy_event at x11/clutter-device-manager-xi2.c:411
#10 clutter_device_manager_xi2_translate_event at x11/clutter-device-manager-xi2.c:725
#11 clutter_backend_real_translate_event at ./clutter-backend.c:572
#12 clutter_x11_handle_event at x11/clutter-event-x11.c:199
#13 gtk_clutter_filter_func at ./gtk-clutter-embed.c:231
#14 gdk_event_apply_filters at gdkeventsource.c:81
#15 gdk_event_source_translate_event at gdkeventsource.c:195
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Thanks for filing this bug report.
Looking at attachment 652503 [details] I see that the error happened in thread 1: an XI_BadDevice message was received from the X server.
Various other threads are running, so my hunch is that more than one thread tried to communicate with the X server, leading to the "conversation" with the server getting garbled - though that's just a hunch.
Reassigning from "python" to "gnome-clocks"
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