The quiterss software crashes very often and is using a very outdated (thus horribly insecure) QtWebKit version. Please do not package it to EPEL before it gets fixed.

BZ#1787652 Request to package quiterss

Cannot reproduce the steps from any more.

BZ#1377293 [Wayland] When typing fast at high CPU load, LibreOffice breaks key (letter) order

On Wayland, the new version looks quite weird (different header bar, different mouse cursor, no shadows and no high-contrast borders around window and dialogs, no shadows around menus). But at least it starts and does not crash immediately and basic stuff works.

BZ#1779230 QuiteRSS >0.19.0 does not use <0.18.12 settings and feeds
BZ#1779335 Crashes immediately on startup
Test Case usbguard GUI

Causes usbguard to fail to detect any usb path on 2 of my computers. If I use(d) a USB mouse and keyboard, this update completely locks me out of my computer forever (external changes from another linux system required).

GUI is missing, so "Test Case usbguard GUI" cannot work.

Test Case usbguard GUI

Note: The dependencies of plugins are not up to date so I created a pull request:


The main application works as expected. Thank you!

BZ#1454972 exaile-4.0.0 is available

Color fringing is less ugly but still present.

BZ#1645763 ClearType enablement: strong color fringing that is not present in vanilla build from freetype git
BZ#1636480 dnf-automatic timer files: Incorrect dependency causing ordering cycle for systemd
Test Case base update cli
BZ#1636626 Soname mismatch breaking nautilus-python initialization
BZ#1645843 [abrt] nautilus: new_threadstate(): nautilus killed by SIGSEGV

This update breaks subpixel rendering completely making it show clear coloured lines beside the font. With freetype-freeworld's subpixel rendering, everything was fine.

BZ#1644700 freetype with subpixel rendering enabled should Obsolete freetype-freeworld
BZ#1636626 Soname mismatch breaking nautilus-python initialization
BZ#1632783 [abrt] fwupd: fu_plugin_coldplug(): fwupd killed by SIGSEGV

No log spam and no massively increased load after 1 hour of usage. This is a major improvement.

Same issue here as @augenauf.

Firefox works fine.


Pinta works fine.