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I apologize for the rejection there. I made a config change to let this update through yesterday, but I didn't realize that the playbook that applies the config change does not restart the composer (because we don't want to restart when composes are running) and so the config change didn't get picked up by the backend.

I have now restarted the backend, so it should not block this update next time. I will submit this to stable again for you.

I installed this on my Ampache server and music still plays.

I tested this with Bodhi's Vagrant guest VM (x86_64) and didn't notice any problems.

karma

I tested this in a VM and didn't notice any problemas.

Seems to work OK on my laptop.

BZ#1649714 nextcloud-client-2.5.0 is available
karma

My Nextcloud server seems to function with this update installed.

I installed this on my hypervisor and things still seem to be hypervised…

karma

Seems to work.

Seems to work in Bodhi's development environment, which uses docker to run CI tests.

I tested this on an Intel machine and it seems to work OK there.

karma

I tested this on my NextCloud server and things seem to work as expected.

karma

Seems to work on my kvm host.

I don't have a way to test this, but I reviewed the patch as well and it seems sane:

https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/anaconda/c/e0c3b0da9565644162401a76538b058e7732766d?branch=f28

Seems to work for me in a Fedora Workstation VM.

Works for me.

I tested this with my Ampache server and it seems to work.

I tested this with my Ampache server and it seems to work.

karma

Seems to work on my Bodhi development box.

@hreindl FWIW, there is a ticket about porting it to Python 3, and /usr/bin/bodhi-client uses Python 3 on Fedora 29+ (but not on Fedora 28, which this update is for).