I’ve submitted the following packages and updates to fedora this week:
- gala (0.3.0-0.git119.c7d5, git snapshot update containing some new features; changes)
- golang-github-cznic-ql (1.1.0-1.20170522.gitba9eea9, initial package)
- wingpanel-indicator-notifications (2.0.2-1, minor upstream update; changes)
- golang-github-xtaci-kcp-go (3.18-1, upstream bugfix update; changes)
- audience (0.2.3-1, minor upstream update; changes)
- appcenter (0.2.5-1, minor upstream update; changes)
- golang-github-petermattis-goid (0-0.2.git0ded858, git snapshot update with fixes for go 1.9)
- golang-github-remyoudompheng-bigfft (0-0.2.git3da9816, git snapshot update with bug fixes)
I’ve pushed the following builds to my COPR repositories:
- switchboard-plug-security-privacy (0.1.2-3, packaging update removing unnecessary dependencies)
- switchboard-plug-power (0.3.2-2, added a patch to remove dependency on the dysfunctional elementary-dpms-helper)
- syncthing (0.14.33-3, minor upstream update)
The syncthing package in the syncthing COPR repository now matches the current packaging draft for the official fedora package (since the old method of building doesn’t work anymore). This has the side effect that builds for fedora 24 and EPEL7 won’t be available anymore (fedora 24 will be EOL in a few days anyway, and I think I can build EPEL7 packages once syncthing is an official package for fedora).
Aditionally, I’ve removed the dysfunctional elementary-dpms-helper from both the elementary-stable and elementary-nightly COPR repositories.