Two days ago the `wireplumber` package was made to replace `pipewire-media-session` as the latter session manager for PipeWire is considered dead upstream and will see no more releases. Unfortunately, this step was premature.
Our pipewire audio packages (`pipewire-alsa`, `pipewire-jack` and `pipewire-pulse`) ship configuration that prompt media-session to activate PipeWire's audio features. When these packages are not installed and the configuration is missing, PipeWire can be used for screen recording without interfering with ALSA or PulseAudio.
WirePlumber disregards this mechanism and always configures PipeWire to grab audio devices, meaning users of PulseAudio or bare ALSA experience broken audio.
The replacement has been reverted while we attempt to look for a better solution switching to WirePlumber. If you are currently not using PipeWire for audio and `wireplumber` got installed on your system, please reinstall `pipewire-media-session` and reboot to restore audio functionality.
pacman -Syu pipewire-media-session
With the update to qemu 7.0.0 the package has been turned into a more
fine grained split package utilizing meta packages.
* The `qemu` package is now virtually provided by the meta packages
`qemu-base`, `qemu-desktop` and `qemu-full`.
* The functionality of `qemu` prior to 7.0.0 is replaced by
* The functionality of `qemu-headless` is replaced by
* The functionality of `qemu-arch-extra` and `qemu-headless-arch-extra`
is replaced by `qemu-emulators-full`
* The meta package `qemu-full` provides all QEMU related
packages (excluding `qemu-guest-agent`)