Compose started at Tue Mar 30 09:15:05 UTC 2010
Broken deps for i386
gnome-web-photo-0.9-4.fc13.i686 requires gecko-libs = 0:220.127.116.11
hornsey-1.5.2-0.1.fc13.i686 requires libclutter-gst-0.10.so.0
libnodeupdown-backend-openib-1.9-5.fc13.i686 requires libosmcomp.so.3(OSMCOMP_2.3)
libnodeupdown-backend-openib-1.9-5.fc13.i686 requires libosmcomp.so.3
moblin-app-installer-0.4.0-0.7.fc13.i686 requires libpackagekit-glib2.so.13
pyclutter-gst-0.9.2-1.fc12.i686 requires libclutter-gst-0.10.so.0
sepostgresql-8.4.2-2488.fc13.i686 requires postgresql-server = 0:8.4.2
totem-youtube-2.29.92-1.fc13.i686 requires libgdata.so.7
zikula-module-menutree-2.2-1.fc13.noarch requires zikula >= 0:1.2
Broken deps for x86_64
gnome-web-photo-0.9-4.fc13.x86_64 requires gecko-libs = 0:18.104.22.168
hornsey-1.5.2-0.1.fc13.x86_64 requires libclutter-gst-0.10.so.0()(64bit)
libnodeupdown-backend-openib-1.9-5.fc13.x86_64 requires libosmcomp.so.3(OSMCOMP_2.3)(64bit)
libnodeupdown-backend-openib-1.9-5.fc13.x86_64 requires libosmcomp.so.3()(64bit)
moblin-app-installer-0.4.0-0.7.fc13.x86_64 requires libpackagekit-glib2.so.13()(64bit)
pyclutter-gst-0.9.2-1.fc12.x86_64 requires libclutter-gst-0.10.so.0()(64bit)
sepostgresql-8.4.2-2488.fc13.x86_64 requires postgresql-server = 0:8.4.2
totem-youtube-2.29.92-1.fc13.x86_64 requires libgdata.so.7()(64bit)
zikula-module-menutree-2.2-1.fc13.noarch requires zikula >= 0:1.2
New package 4ti2
A software package for problems on linear spaces
New package jsmath-fonts
A collection of Math symbol fonts
New package mpir
A library for arbitrary precision arithmetic
New package normaliz
A tool for mathematical computations
New package rsvndump
Remote Subversion repository dumping tool
New package rubygem-bunny
Another synchronous Ruby AMQP client
New package rubygem-haml
An elegant, structured XHTML/XML templating engine
New package rubygem-moneta
A unified interface to key/value stores
New package rubygem-ohai
Profiles your system and emits JSON
New package spill
A segregated package install logical linker
New package sugar-view-slides
Image serie viewer for Sugar
Added Packages: 11
Removed Packages: 0
Modified Packages: 0
I want to ask which is the maximum length of a userid on Fedora Linux.
I think the maximum length of a userid should be 16 but I want to get
a confiration about this assumetion.
To all developers & contributors: Thanks for Fedora C12 - it's beautiful! Just loaded, & updated it. My linux/unix is rusty but it will come back. Support information available is enormous, sometimes overwhelming. Yum update bug fix was simple, update was flawless. Display behavior is phenomenal, *but* lost dual-monitor background double-span after update (I will read the docs and work on it myself). I have a lot to keep me busy. Just wanted to offer positive feedback and moral support. Something about this opsys just gets under my skin- is this normal? Sincerely, william, aka athlon2600
asus, amd, FC12 / 'other' dual-boot
public key to be added soon
I'm updating parted to the 2.2 release. This is mostly a bugfix
update. But one of the fixes is a change in the soname, the soname
now no longer is in the form of parted-2.x.so, but instead
has become a regular versioned soname.
The positive side of this is that we no longer will need to rebuild
all parted users each time parted gets rebased, as the soname will
now only change when their actually is an ABI break.
The bad news is that we will need to rebuild all parted users
one last time.
Event: Fedora Bug Triage Meeting
Time: 15:00 UTC
Location: #fedora-meeting on irc.freenode.net
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= Agenda =
* follow ups
* open floor
Not much on the agenda this week, but I'll be there in case anyone has
topics to bring up.
Please do come out for the meeting - it'd be great to see more faces,
and we don't bite, we promise! It's a great opportunity to raise any
issues you've come across while bugzapping, or ask any questions you
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I am orphaning the following packages.
amora -- A mobile remote assistant
couchdb -- A document database server, accessible via a RESTful JSON API
eina -- A classic player for a modern era
emesene -- Instant messaging client for Windows Live Messenger (tm) network
impressive -- The stylish way of giving presentations
perl-Crypt-Simple -- Encrypt stuff simply
perl-Date-Tiny -- Date object with as little code as possible
perl-Exception-Base -- Lightweight exceptions
perl-Geo-IPfree -- Look up country of IP Address
perl-Gnome2 -- Perl interface to the 2.x series of the GNOME libraries
perl-Hash-Util-FieldHash-Compat -- Use Hash::Util::FieldHash or ties,
depending on availability
perl-MooseX-Async -- Set of Metaclasses for MooseX::POE and it's siblings
perl-MooseX-ClassAttribute -- Declare class attributes Moose-style
perl-MooseX-Daemonize -- Role for daemonizing your Moose based application
perl-MooseX-GlobRef-Object -- Store a Moose object in glob reference
perl-MooseX-Iterator -- Iterate over collections
perl-MooseX-LazyLogDispatch -- Logging Role for Moose
perl-MooseX-LogDispatch -- Logging Role for Moose
perl-MooseX-POE -- Illicit Love Child of Moose and POE
perl-MooseX-Param -- Simple role to provide a standard param method
perl-MooseX-Policy-SemiAffordanceAccessor -- Policy to name accessors foo()
perl-MooseX-Role-Cmd -- Wrap system command binaries the Moose way
perl-MooseX-SimpleConfig -- Moose role for setting attributes from a simple
perl-MooseX-Singleton -- Turn your Moose class into a singleton
perl-MooseX-Types-Set-Object -- Set::Object type with coercions and stuff
perl-MooseX-Workers -- Provides a simple sub-process management for
perl-Net-DBus-GLib -- Perl extension for the DBus GLib bindings
perl-Object-Event -- Class that provides an event callback interface
perl-Perl6-Junction -- Perl6 style Junction operators in Perl5
perl-Test-Assert -- Assertion methods for those who like JUnit
perl-Test-JSON -- Test JSON data
perl-Test-Kwalitee -- Test the Kwalitee of a distribution before you release
perl-Test-TempDir -- Temporary files support for testing
perl-Test-Unit-Lite -- Unit testing without external dependencies
perl-Tie-RefHash-Weak -- Tie::RefHash subclass with weakened references in
perl-Variable-Magic -- Associate user-defined magic to variables from Perl
perl-autobox -- Call methods on native types
perl-constant-boolean -- Define TRUE and FALSE constants
pino -- A fast, easy and free Twitter client
ruby-cairo -- Ruby bindings for cairo
ruby-openid -- Ruby library for verifying and serving OpenID identities
siege -- Siege is an http regression testing and benchmarking utility
sphinx -- Free open-source SQL full-text search engine
tcputils -- Utilities for TCP programming in shell-scripts
Yeah. Kick out KDE! Use XFCE! Flamewar! *g*
I also agree with "Fine". Pkg maintainers are responsible for their pkgs. And of course not everybody is able to fix any kind of bug...
Josephine Tannhäuser <josephine.tannhauser(a)googlemail.com> schrieb:
>2010/3/29, Michał Piotrowski <mkkp4x4(a)gmail.com>:
>> I don't see any problem here if KDE SIG just declare "we don't fix KDE
>> bugs, we just update packages".
>wtf? You can not be serious!
>It's the duty of every maintainer to accept responsibility for his/her
>If there is no responsibility granted for packages in an important
>distribution like fedora, they should be kicked out (the packages and
>I'm happy that this sentence is not an official statement...
>BTW: The update marathon of the KDE-SIG in stable releases is wholly
>unacceptable for me.
>> They are not KDE developers, so they don't know how to fix these bugs.
>This is tbs, they don't need to be a developer or a super coder to fix
>a bug, a good communication with upstream will help to fix bugs asap.
>Please don't post crap like this any more. This is a seriously list
>and not a troll paradise.
>Here's your red herring <°)))o><
>Josephine "Fine" Tannhäuser
>devel mailing list
I am a gnome user and since had to do a new install yesterday of F13, I
decided to give KDE a try, as I hadn't installed it in few years. Well,
I won't get into why I didn't stay in KDE, but I will tell you what I
liked about the initial desktop look/feel. Actually, backup a tad and
go to the KDM login window. I liked the transparency*ish* look that it
had, and it blew gdm out of the water.
(Can KDM be installed with minimal deps and be used for that screen
I also really liked the transparency*ish* look that the desktop had as
well. By that, I mean the panel or at least the way it and the desktop
looked. I know there are probably some configs that you can change to
make stuff transparent and all that, but just not the same. If you
havcen't seen it in a while, maybe you should install kde and login once
and see what it's like. I don't mean having one panel for this or that,
or what icons and stuff exist, but just the look/colors of it is all.
This is NOT a flame war starter or anything else (which is why I kept
things out), just my thoughts on the kde desktop look compared to what
gnome has now. Just liked it better and hoped maybe gnome could lean
that way as well.
"Best lil town on Earth!"
because for the new Qt installation, nas it not needed anymore,
to play sounds I orphaning it.
When somebody will you can take it.
For EL4 and EL5 I will maintain it until EL4/EL5 will be unsupported at
#565181 - The make file for >FC12 must be fixed.