Sorry, I'm away from the office this week and don't have access
to my email, but I noticed:
> 1:libguestfs-1.3.8-2.fc14.i686 requires [etc]
This is really strange because the latest libguestfs package built in
Rawhide is 1.3.21, see:
Version 1.3.8 is from months ago and it looks like somehow it has
So I've no idea what's going on here, but something is very wrong.
The release candidate for Gpsim 0.25.0 has been built in rawhide. The
source tarball and SVN can also be found at
https://sourceforge.net/projects/gpsim/. The planned release date is
July 12. The features of the release are given below.
GNU Pic Simulator, a simulator for
Microchip's PIC microcontrollers.
Version 0.25.0 release
P16f882 P16f883 P16f884 P16f886 P16f887
3021904 fix porta7 as I/O pin for P18 processors
3021514 MSSP SPI behaviour broken
3018510 Cycle counter off by one on break from run
3012488 gpsim gives sigsegv using finish button on hex file
3009843 Simulation Time HH:MM:SS.CC displays incorrectly
2999264 Processor does not wake from sleep on b0 edge
2983660 PLUSW register misbehaviour
2983580 breadboard trace bug
2979021 memory_size_mask makes incorrect assumption
2977843 attempt write to invalid file register
2973978 realtime mode can lockup
2973982 scope resize not permenant
2968268 Loading EEPROM data from COD on 18F
2968248 DAW instruction failure case
2926629 change Simulation Time format crash
2902082 Incomplete PORTx/LATx interaction
2885817 wrong program memory sizes for pic16f62x
2868402 missing readline check in configure
Fix uninitialised ssp_module pointer (potential segfault)
Fix to TTL377 so that all eight latches update "simultaneously"
Feature requests closed
2977969 Colour blindness discrimination problem
2943904 Add support for 16F887 and 18F4455
3007214 Re-implement PAL Video Module
src/ and modules/ license change to LGPLv2+
video module resurected
Added back HLL source browser support
DS1307 realtime clock extra added
extras compiled and loaded as part of gpsim
Added TTL595 serial-in-parallel-out shift register
I am finally starting work on getting Ogre 1.7 into rawhide. I will also
bump the related packages MyGUI and CEGUI to the latest version as well.
I'll be working on these locally so as not to make people rebuild
dependencies multiple times. Barring unexpected problems I should have this
ready before alpha (including dependent games that I can update).
I'll send out another warning shortly before pushing stuff to rawhide.
I have noticed that the latest version of python-webpy package in fedora
14 rawhide is 0.32-4.f12 while the latest upstream version is: 0.34 
is there any plan to update the package ?
Somebody with full knowledge of the process please update the instructions
in the Wiki:
The process described there is incomplete. And there are inconsistencies
in the terminology. In pkgdb, a package is called "deprecated", which is a
term not found in the packaging related Wiki pages. The Wiki uses a
mixture of "orphaned" and "retired".
Please complete the steps on how to resurrect a package, which pkgdb mark
with a "deprecated" box.
The following has happened:
Feb 6 08:44:57 UTC 2010
Package gnome-applet-netspeed in Fedora devel was orphaned by belegdol
Feb 9 21:56:02 UTC 2010
Package gnome-applet-netspeed in Fedora devel is now owned by lyosnorezel
So, package was "orphaned" earlier this year and got a new owner three
While it was still being discussed/evaluated how to proceed with the
package in F-13 development, the package was kept alive in F-12 and F-11
Apparently, pkgdb continued to say "deprecated" for devel, although the
package had an owner. With no documentation on what that means and when
that mark would disappear. Removing the "dead.package" file and requesting
releng to unblock the package in koji also did not affect pkgdb, although
it was possible to build the package for Rawhide.
The process is unclear/confusing, and it would certainly help if we all
used the same terminology.