Hey, folks. Sorry I didn't manage to send out any of these notifications
up till now, but we have an Alpha RC now which is looking pretty good so
far, and the Go/No-Go meeting is tomorrow, so if you could help do the
desktop validation tests for your desktops that'd be great.
The validation page with info and instructions is here:
Downloads are here:
John Dulaney has already done several of the tests (thanks John, if
you're reading!) and we have the necessary minimum coverage for
sign-off, but it's always good to cover all desktops and get the Beta /
Final tests done at Alpha stage so we know what's broken. So if you get
a minute to help out, please do! Thanks.
Fedora QA Community Monkey
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Removed some apps using yumex.
The icons immediately when you click
"Application Menu" also disappeared.
All other icons ok.
I can't remember the rpm needed for reinstall.
"Jack of all, fubars"
Am Freitag, den 10.02.2012, 17:09 +0000 schrieb Kevin Fenzi:
> commit 6690f0db6e5e48403122f8fda9a9fefbd1f9b640
> Author: Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com>
> Date: Fri Feb 10 10:08:40 2012 -0700
> xfce: Drop quodlibet for now until we can sort out dep issues.
How about replacing quodlibet with pragha?
I know pragha is not as powerful as quodlibet, e.g. it doesn't do
internet radio or and come with a standalone tagging application, but
there are some things I like about it:
* It's written in C and has a very lightweight memory footprint
(much unlike quodlibet, which is written in python).
* It's using GStreamer now, so it can be easily extended with
* It perfectly integrated with Xfce: Take a look at the settings
dialog and you'll see what I mean. It now even builds against
exo and supports saving playlists with the Xfce session.
* It supports hotkeys out of the box, we could drop the patches we
have for quodlibet in libxfceui4.
* It just reached 1.0.
What do you guys think? Is it mature enough? Can it compete with
Got a pleasant suprise.
Got notified properly that updates were available.
A Grey coloured popup window. (probably my theme?)
Frank Murphy, friend of fedoraproject