Taking the risk of sounding like a broken record, I’m going to claim that this was another pretty average week. There’s some build fixes for fedora rawhide, some updated ruby, python, and elementary packages - both for official fedora packages, and for packages that I maintain in my COPR repositories.
There’s something for everybody in this report. Bug fixes for elementary applications, packaging fixes for Pantheon desktop components, updated ruby packages, the latest version of Syncthing, etc. The “Pantheon Desktop” Change for fedora 30 also looks like it will make it (albeit with slightly reduced scope, compared to the initial proposal).
Here’s another average week’s worth of fedora updates. Theres some elementary package updates, one python update, and so on. Pretty boring stuff. There’s just a bit more noise than usual, because fedora 30 has been branched off from rawhide - so, where there usually were one or two updates per package, there are now two or three (or four).
Another average week is over. I updated some elementary packages, and some python packages for fedora. I also tagged a new prerelease version of the Pantheon session settings in preparation for fedora 30.
This weeks brings a bunch of updates for elementary packages, but mostly minor bug-fix releases.
A quiet week results in a short report: I pushed some minor updates for elementary packages, updated the
syncthingpackage to the latest version, and hopefully fixed issues around using the Paper icon theme with flatpak applications on fedora.
Last week, I’ve pushed a multitude of various packages to both the official fedora repositories, and my COPR repositories. They include fixes for elementary desktop applications (Photos and Files) and components (Wingpanel indicators and Switchboard plugs). There were also some updates for “made for elementary” applications, and miscellaneous python and golang package updates.
This week, I’ve again worked on getting some python packages in fedora up to speed before I can submit
poetryas a package to fedora. Also, the usual miscellaneous updates for elementary and “made for elementary” packages were pushed to the appropriate repositories.
This week, I’ve added two new python packages to fedora in preparation for packaging
poetry, and pushed other minor updates for some packages. There were also two updates for the Appcenter packages I maintain in my COPR repository (
This past week, I brought you the
1.0.0release of syncthing, and also some minor updates for elementary packages - mostly to prepare for the next version of the
There are just two minor updates this week, both for elementary projects. I updated the
elementaryicon theme to the latest upstream release, which brings some updated icons, and
appcenter, where the new version brings new categories and updated graphics.
Due to the holidays and a short vacation, this was a pretty quiet week. The only new update is – finally – the latest version of
This has been a busy week. But most importantly, I’ve now gone through the entire backlog of outstanding updates, and everything is on its way to the stable fedora repositories! This includes an updated
granitepackage (with a downstream patch to make sure no third-party applications unexpectedly break), and all the delayed package updates that were held up by this.
Another week, another batch of updates and fixes. There’s new features for the
sequelerSQL client, improved settings plugs for
switchboard, bug fixes for the Date & Time indicator for
wingpanel, and first steps toward fixing the broken window menus for applications in
There were only a few elementary-related updates for fedora this week, all of them fixing some small issues or improving upon the current behavior, but no major changes stand out.
This week, I pushed various small improvements for my elementary packages, including fixes for small annoyances, and bug-fix updates. I also updated one of my ruby and golang packages to the latest version, respectively. The Magic Wormhole file transfer client is now available on fedora, thanks to some very quick package reviews. Also, fedora 27 has reached its end-of-life on Friday.
I’ve been working on getting the
magic-wormholefile transfer tool packaged for fedora, and this week, I’ve started to land the first of its dependencies.
This was a pretty average week, with some bug-fix and feature updates, and a (well-announced)
SONAMEbump necessitating some rebuilds in fedora rawhide. Also, in preparation for fedora 27 reaching its end-of-life, I’ve stopped pushing updates and disabled nightly builds for this fedora release.
This week, I mostly pushed only small bug-fix releases to fedora and my COPR repositories – among them, an updated “vocal” podcast player, the latest version of Syncthing, and a bug-fix release of Jekyll.
Over the course of the last seven days, several post-“Juno” bug-fix releases have been tagged by for elementary applications, and I’ve submitted the new versions as updates to fedora. I was also finally able to track down a nasty bug, and to update the SignOn stack on fedora 30.
The past week was a slow one. There were no new upstream releases to package up. But, I’ve fixed the fallout from the forge and go macro changes in fedora rawhide.
Juno is here! The latest version of elementaryOS was released this week, codenamed 5.0 “Juno”. This means that there’s a lot of updated packages for fedora, too. In addition to that, there’s the usual assortment of updated ruby and golang packages.
This week I updated a good amount of elementary packages to the latest upstream releases — just like in the previous weeks. Development for the stable release of elementaryOS 5.0 is finally finishing up, and the official announcement is expected soon. I also updated the usual miscellaneous collection of golang and ruby packages.
This week I pushed some updates for my golang packages to fedora, and some additional updates for
This week, I updated some elementary packages, attempted to fix a Pantheon LightDM greeter issue, pushed a
jekyllsecurity update, pushed a build fix for
libgsignon-glib, and updated the
syncthingGUI, which brings support for new
This week I updated some of my ruby and golang packages, some “made for elementary” applications, and
syncthingand its GTK+ GUI to the latest upstream releases, and fixed running the Pantheon session on fedora 29 and later by introducing a
This week I updated some fedora packages for versions released upstream, and also updated one of the packages which I picked up when they were orphaned this week.
Update: I’ve now built a
mutter328compat package for fedora 29 and rawhide, and – pending some testing – it will be a good short- to mid-term solution for the
mutter3.30 compatibility issue.
Wow, this has been a busy week. There are two new packages, three renamed-updated packages, five updates for elementary packages, one updated golang package snapshot build, one updated ruby gem package, and 34 (!) golang packages updated to make use of newer packaging tools. Also, I took advantage of my new “provenpackager” powers for the first time.
This week, I updated the
minitest-reportersruby gem to the recently released new upstream version.
During the last week I’ve updated the
agendatodo-list manager to the newest upstream release, and updated a ruby gem and some go packages to newer versions and updated packaging style.
This week I’ve updated two packages to their latest upstream releases in fedora rawhide, and fixed one FTBFS issue that popped up with the fedora 29 mass rebuild. Additionally, I released a new version of the Pantheon session settings for fedora, which merges some upstream changes.
This week I fixed some more fallout from the fedora 29 mass rebuild, and I updated some packages to their latest releases.
This week I’ve updated several packages to the latest upstream versions, and fixed some packages that failed to build in the fedora 29 mass rebuild.
During this week, I’ve pushed an updated snapshot build of
gala, pushed some fixes for two of my
golangpackages, and updated the
elementary-camerapackages to their latest upstream releases.
This week was calm, I only added one new package to fedora, renamed and updated one other package (the Pantheon applications menu), and fixes some build issues for three packages in fedora rawhide, and pushed one update previously only available on fedora rawhide to fedora 28, too.
This week was kind of busy - I’ve pushed a lot of new releases of elementary projects to fedora as updates, three packages were renamed, three golang libraries were updated to fix bugs, four “made for elementary” applications were updated to their latest versions, and two switchboard plugs only available from COPR repositories were updated to their latest upstream releases.
Keep calm and carry on.
Move on, nothing to see here.
This week, I’ve added some new elementary packages which saw their first stable releases recently, updated
jekyllto the latest version, updated (and renamed) some elementary packages, bumped
galato a new snapshot build, and updated
graniteto the latest version in rawhide, which also required rebuilding all dependent packages.
This week, many upstream projects saw new releases (especially elementary projects, in preparation for the elementaryOS 5.0 beta), and I was finally able to update the
jekyllpackage in fedora to the latest version (it finally works again, even without internet access). Additionally, the
syncthingfedora package is now up-to-date again, after having had to deal with the issue of some outdated dependencies for some weeks.
This week was kind of busy, and the next few weeks will be too, I think - a lot of elementary projects will see new releases in preparation for the beta release of elementaryOS 5.0, and I’ll be working on finally getting
jekyllworking and up to date again on fedora.
I’ve updated the elementary wallpapers to the latest upstream release, which includes higher-resolution versions of some pictures and one new one.
This week, I’ve pushed the missing
gsignondbuilds and rebuilds to rawhide, and updated the
contractorpackage to the latest version. Additionally, I cleaned up my COPR repositories in preparation for fedora 26 reaching EOL status.
Move along, nothing to see here …
This week, I’ve pushed some updates bringing new upstream releases to fedora, and cleaned up a variety of packages in preparation for the fedora 28 mass rebuild, which happened at the end of this week.
This week, I’ve submitted a new version of vocal and added builds with compilation fixes for some of my other packages.
This week, I’ve primarily worked on fixing failing package builds due to compiler / toolchain changes on fedora rawhide. Additionally, I’ve added four new packages to the fedora repositories, and updated appcenter to the latest version, as well.
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