This week, I’ve pushed updates to one of my golang libraries,
to the fedora-specific session settings for Pantheon.
There were multiple new releases tagged upstream, including a new version of
one of my golang libraries, my new release of
a new version of
syncthing, which dropped support for some optional features
and lost some dependencies along the way. I’m planning on orphaning all my - now
unused - golang packages next week.
The strange build failure of
ppc64 machines on fedora 26 still
prevents me from pushing updates to that version of fedora. However, fedora 26
will reach EOL in the near future anyway.
I’ve released a new “beta” version of my
pantheon-session-settings project in
preparation for the fedora 28 release, which brings GNOME 3.28. The
release brings support for the new version of
the Pantheon session startup on fedora 28 and rawhide.