I suspect gnome-initial-setup didn't regress in this update, but in https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2019-d5ee65dbc5 (gnome-initial-setup 3.32.0) instead. There are only translation changes between 3.32.0 and 3.32.1.
This update has been unpushed.
Works fine here
The dependency changes look good to me!
@atim Could you update from updates-testing and re-test and re-karma, please? I edited the update a bit and that removed your +1.
OK, the colours issue should be fixed now with mutter-3.31.92-3.fc30, hopefully.
@adamwill, @jadahl was looking into the wrong colours issue today, but couldn't reproduce it locally. Can you help him on irc to figure out what virtualization settings and screen recording etc is used in openqa, please?
I backported a patch that should fix the inverted colours issue to mutter-3.31.92-2.fc30
@bojan: It turned out that Cantarell is missing the IEC power symbols that the switches use now, see https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gtk/merge_requests/508
Looks like this regressed switches. I'm going to disable autokarma to make sure it doesn't get accidentally pushed to stable.
I'm going to unpush this update as it breaks nautilus as noted in the comments.
@mattf Thanks for filing those crashes! I'm pretty sure they are completely unrelated to the appstream data update.
Thanks, I've backported an upstream patch to appstream-0.12.2-2.fc29 to fix this.
This sadly missed the F29 final freeze that was last night
No regressions noticed so far
Haven't noticed any regressions with gnome-software/PackageKit
@piotrdrag, Is https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/gedit-3.30.1-2.fc29 better? I disabled parallel make in that build and that seemed to fix the desktop file generation.
@piotrdrag, Huh, weird. Any ideas what might have broken this?
The comment above is incorrect. The fix was not reverted and this update is supposed to fix the bug.
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