[arch-dev-public] GNOME updates to testing

Aaron Griffin aaronmgriffin at gmail.com
Thu Sep 20 17:22:50 EDT 2007

On 9/20/07, Jan de Groot <jan at jgc.homeip.net> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm preparing GNOME 2.20 for testing, which should be done by upcoming
> sunday. I'm not rushing anything: I'm evaluating package quality of
> every individual package (namcap, checkpkg), checking upstream SVN for
> post-release patches that should be included, etc. At this moment I have
> most of GNOME 2.20 platform in my staging dir on gerolde, the PKGBUILDs
> and patches have been committed to CVS.
> I haven't seen many issues with this release, most problems are tackled
> in the GNOME 2.19 repository already, some other known bugs are waiting
> for simple fixes which are known on the forums and our bugtracker.
> I think this release will sit in testing for one or maybe two weeks,
> nothing more. During this period I expect some rebuilds for applications
> that link to API/ABI unstable libraries in the GNOME desktop suite
> (totem-plparser has a sobump, probably libgtop and libwnck also, have to
> checkpkg for all the details of this).
> I'll keep everyone updated on the status of this.

Great. Thanks a lot.
If you do end up creating a dev TODO list for this, let us know, so we
can help you out with rebuilds.

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