I have just installed the latest rawhide compose 20190117 and realized that
Evolution has not been installed by default. Is it a new behaviour of
Gnome? Or is it a mistake?
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I've an up-to-date Fedora 29 as of today morning CET. I realized that
whenever I login to GNOME (on Wayland) a new directory in my home is
created, but its name is just garbage (nautilus claims: "invalid
encoding"). When I log in to a text console it's not created, only when
I log to GNOME.
I didn't find any bug for it, thus I'd file it myself, but:
a) I do not know which component to choose;
b) I even do not know how to debug this, those directories are empty;
c) due to an often lack of response in bugzilla, and due to a),
I do not want to blindly guess and hope that someone will notice.
Thus I chose to write here first.
Any advice, please? I'm still willing to do the paper work, that's all
$ ls ~
...and all below as well, except of:
With some added $dayjob obligations taking over my morning calendar
time, I find myself unable to make the WG meeting time on Mondays at
0900 US-Eastern. I'm considering whether in good conscience I should
step back from the WG, and allow someone with more availability to
take my place.
In the meantime, I wanted to give a heads up that I can't make the
January 14 or following slots. I'm not asking the whole WG to shift on
my account. I recall how few timeslots were workable for the majority.
If there's someone on the list who is eager to throw a hat in, please
I have installed Fedora Rawhide recently to run some tests and realized, that Gnome Software was not part of the standard installation.
Is that on purpose? Or is it just a glitch? If that is not a purpose, I will file a bug.
Lukas Ruzicka (lruzicka)