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This update has been unpushed.

This update has been unpushed.

I concur, it looks like some packages that should have been rebuilt were not included in this update (including mesa, which makes builds from this update non-installable on most machines).

karma

Does not cause problems for any of my packages for software written in Vala.

BZ#2010224 vala-0.54.2 is available

Not sure if this is worth reporting, but gnome-terminal windows are now noticably bigger when comparing the same font size. Whereas I was able to fit three 80x24 windows on my screen on top of each other vertically before, they no longer fit after this update.

Looks good to me - all python programs I'm using and all my python scripts keep working.

Works fine so far.

@lsm5 could you please look at this update? It seems to be stuck. Either unpush it (if it's broken), or let it be obsoleted by the 2.0.30 update (that you also forgot to push to F35).

Works fine. Default and performance regression tests also pass on all my systems:

  • Ryzen 5800X on ASUS ROG X570-E with NVidia GTX 1070 running negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (Intel Core i7 8550U / UHD Graphics 620)
karma

Seems to work fine with Intel UHD 620 Graphics on Fedora Workstation + Wayland.

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The version of the package (1.3.2-rc0) does not match your update description here (1.3.3-rc0). It might also be inappropriate to push pre-releases to development branches that are already in beta freeze.

The version of the package (1.3.2-rc0) does not match your update description here (1.3.3-rc0). It might also be inappropriate to push pre-releases to development branches that are already in beta freeze.

I don't know what you did, but the version of the package (1.3.2-rc0) does not match your update description here (1.3.3-rc0). Also it's inappropriate to push RC releases to stable Fedora branches.

This update contains an soname bump in codec2 (libcodec2.so.0.9 -> libcodec2.so.1.0). Is this intentional? At the very least, it renders some packages (ffmpeg) from third-party repos uninstallable.

No, this is very much made on purpose. It is a compatibility package of mutter 3.38, because gala, the window manager for Pantheon, does not support mutter 40 yet. It is only used for that purpose, and will only be installed as a dependency if you install the Pantheon desktop, and in no other circumstances.

Works fine, tested spectool and rpmdev-bumpspec with and without rpmautospec.

BZ#1926687 "spectool -S" lists patches
BZ#1983291 rpmdevtools-9.4 is available
BZ#1983323 rpmdevtools-9.5 is available

I don't know what @adamwill is seeing, but installing extensions, including uBlock Origin, on "clean F34 KDE Spin install, updated to updates-testing, plus this firefox update" works without problems, both in Plasma Wayland and Plasma X11 sessions.

Works fine. Default and performance regression tests also pass on all my systems:

  • Ryzen 5800X on ASUS ROG X570-E with NVidia GTX 1070 running negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (Intel Core i7 8550U / UHD Graphics 620)
karma

Works great, including rpmautospec integration in fedpkg. 👍👍👍