F22 got released so I upgraded my machine from F22 to rawhide. But as
usual it meant rebuilding rpmfusion packages (as they do not support
All went quite good. Except installing:
Error: package ffmpeg-libs-2.6.2-3.fc23.x86_64 requires
libvpx.so.2()(64bit), but none of the providers can be installed.
libvpx 1.4.0 bumped libvpx.so.1 -> libvpx.so.2 and I did not found any
mail about it on fedora-devel ML (maybe such mails are not required, no
idea - many such were sent). Most of rawhide is built against libvpx
1.3.0 so old soname is required.
Simple 'dnf remove "libvpx.so.1()(64bit)"' on my rawhide shows 512
packages including wine, kde, gstreamer plugins and lot of other stuff.
How to solve it? I am afraid that answer would be "wait 2 months, we
will slowly solve it by new uploads" ;(
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Following is the list of topics that will be discussed in the FPC
meeting Thursday at 2015-05-28 16:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting-1 on
Local time information (via. rktime):
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Links to all tickets below can be found at:
= Followups =
#topic #281 New Python Macros for Easier Packaging
#topic #508 New GID for openstack-neutron
#topic #513 Use python -Es in shbang
#topic #531 Establish guidelines for use of weak dependencies in
package specifications for F23.
= New business =
#topic #533 Distinguish between packaging modules and applications
in python packaging
#topic #534 Add provides for python2-foo to python-foo packages
#topic #538 Bundling exception for htmlunit-core-js
= Open Floor =
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the following meeting.
I'm wondering if anyone uses CenterIM?
It hasn't seen an upstream update in a while. However, as long as it
works and doesn't have unpatched known security issues I'd prefer
keeping it in the package collection.
If there's anyone who'd like to maintain the package, I'd be happy to
pass it on -- it probably deserves a more caring maintainer.
I have finished the patch that allows to configure users and group on IPA server. I attached the patch to this letter.
> 14.05.2015, 17:08, "Мартынов Александр" <m--a-s(a)yandex.ru>:
>> Hello. I is still making the patch for system-config-users. And I would still like the changes be included in the system-config-users.
>> 02.04.2015, 10:55, "Мартынов Александр" <m--a-s(a)yandex.ru>:
>>> I am writing patch for system-config-users that allows configure users ang group from a IPA server with python library ipalib from package ipa-python. I would like the changes be included in the system-config-users. What is the best way to implement this from the point of view of architecture? I am now implementing API that is similar to API of libuser.
Hi beginners and developers,
we are happy to announce that we released new rebase-helper version 0.5.0.
There are several new features and bugfixes.
- building packages with fedpkg.
- rebases are now done by git rebase command.
- all operations with local git repositories are done by command git. No
python binding is used currently.
- downloading new upstream sources.
- difftool has been removed because of we are using git rebase..
- fix problem with deleted patches.
- several python fixes.
Plan for release 0.6.0 are:
- fixing bugs and include rebase-helper into upstream monitoring service.
- adding ABIchecker for comparing RPM packages. Currently pkgdiff.
Thank you Tomas for helping with rebase-helper
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