Another week, another round of updates. I probably spent most time on making sure the Pantheon session will work correctly on the upcoming release of fedora 30 – which included me backporting some functionality from GNOME 3.32 to my compatibility package for
mutter3.28, because why wouldn’t it …
Looks like a pretty average week again. Some updates for elementary packages, and some rubygem updates. But, it seems like things are starting to get “interesting” again, right in time before the stable release of fedora 30.
Another week, another report 📑️! The changes mostly look like an average week of updates for elementary applications and Pantheon desktop components, with some packaging improvements for other packages sprinkled on top.
This week, I did it! The weekly report is out on time again 🎉️! It is a bit on the shorter side, because I’ve been really busy with course work for university and administrative tasks for the Stewardship SIG.
Another week, another round of updates. There’s been some updates for elementary applications and desktop components, and for the Notes-up note-taking application, as well. I’m also working on polishing the Pantheon DE experience in time for the release of fedora 30. Unrelated to that, I founded a new Special Interest Group (SIG) for fedora, but that deserves a separate post.
Another week, another round of updates. Nothing special here - except that I was finally able to build the latest version of the elementary Photos application for fedora 30 and rawhide. There are also some updates for rubygem packages in preparation for the upcoming 4.0 release of jekyll.
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.
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