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karma

Works fine so far. Regression and performance test suite also passed on both my systems:

  • AMD Ryzen 5800X on ASUS ROG X570-E with AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (Intel Core i7 8550U / UHD Graphics 620)

Works fine so far. No python-related crashes or problems at all. 👍

Looks good to me. No problems on both my systems. Regression and performance test suites also passed.

BZ#2091987 openssl-3.0.3 available

No crypto-related issues encountered, works fine.

My virtual machines continue to boot as expected.

karma

Looks like the GTK4 update is causing the mouse cursor to jump to be twice its size it should be in windows of GTK4 apps (i.e. gnome-software or gnome-text-editor) on HiDPI.

Works great so far. Looks like somebody needs to re-trigger the tests or waive the missing one to make this go stable.

Works fine for all my web-browsing needs.

This update is slightly broken. Will push a fixed version ASAP.

BZ#2088528 rust-once_cell-1.12.0 is available

This update is slightly broken. Will push a fixed version ASAP.

BZ#2088528 rust-once_cell-1.12.0 is available

It has been fixed with gtk4-4.6.4, but no released version of gtk3 has the respective fix yet.

This update has been unpushed.

This update contains an soname bump for gmic, which was neither announced, nor was it handled properly, as is obvious from the negative karma here. Soname bumps are, in general, not allowed in stable branches, but given that this update fixes security issues, FESCo might grant you an exception for it.

If that happens, then please announce the breaking gmic update and notify maintainers about the required rebuilds. You can then resubmit this update, probably by using an on-demand side-tag.

This update contains an soname bump for gmic, which was neither announced, nor was it handled properly, as is obvious from the negative karma here. Soname bumps are, in general, not allowed in stable branches, but given that this update fixes security issues, FESCo might grant you an exception for it.

If that happens, then please announce the breaking gmic update and notify maintainers about the required rebuilds. You can then resubmit this update, probably by using an on-demand side-tag.

Works great on both my systems.

I thought I was going mad, but it appears I'm experiencing https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/mutter/-/issues/2261 as well.

BZ#2066548 libsolv-0.7.22 is available
karma

Works fine with AMD and Intel graphics on GNOME Wayland. Also played some AAA games via Proton, so this looks good to me 👍

BZ#2077733 mesa-22.0.2 is available