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.
The latest release of the “vocal” podcast player brings some bug fixes and stability improvements, and it’s already available on fedora.
|vocal||2.3.0||1.fc30, 1.fc29, 1.fc28, 1.fc27||2.2.0 → 2.3.0|
A new release of the elementary LightDM greeter was tagged this week, bringing
updated translations and some build system fixes. I’ve also pushed my downstream
changes (to not rely on ubuntu’s patches on top of
to the upstream project, where the desired behavior can now be toggled at build
|elementary-greeter||3.3.1||1.fc30, 1.fc29||3.3.0 → 3.3.1|
I was also finally able to push one of the final puzzle pieces for a complete
gsignond stack to fedora - the Last.fm plugin for
gsignond. Now, only the
Mail plugin is missing, and I’m working on getting that submitted next week.
I updated the Jekyll ruby gem to the latest bug-fix release that was released by
upstream this week. Development of the
3.x series is quieting down, since
the primary effort is directed towards reaching version
|rubygem-jekyll||3.8.5||1.fc30, 1.fc29, 1.fc28||3.8.4 → 3.8.5|
The latest version of Syncthing, which was released this week, is also already available on fedora. This will probably be the last update of Syncthing for fedora 27, since that release will reach EOL soon.
|syncthing||0.14.52||1.fc30, 1.fc29, 1.fc28, 1.fc27||0.14.51 → 0.14.52|
I also pushed the updated elementary Greeter to the
repository for fedora 27 and 28, to make the improved package availabe for
|elementary-greeter||3.3.1||1.fc28, 1.fc27||3.3.0 → 3.3.1|