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My preference: Revisit for the Bionic Cycle.
IIRC Valorie got testers on real HW for one of the Alphas or Betas. I know I tested three scenarios in VMs (Live, Full Disk, Full Disk with Encrypted LVM) for pretty much every alpha and beta and at least one, probably two, maybe all the final release candidates.
Nov 4 2017
There is a list on the phab wiki:
Nov 3 2017
If it is only one line of code, I vote for removing it. I have been getting that nag for years, and I have never installed flash on Kubuntu. Back when a lot of sites needed flash, I trusted that Chrome could handle it, and if there was some important content hidden behind flash, and I trusted the provider, then I copied the link and opened it in Chrome.
Nov 1 2017
Note that you can You can add checkboxes to items by prefacing them with [ ] or [X], like this:
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For wallpaper, for better or worse, I would prefer it to match what KDE shipped with that version of Plasma, and offer the winner of the contest as an alternative.
I like the blue gear much more than Konqi, and I liked Konqi much more than the face with the colored nose.
Sep 11 2017
Aug 26 2017
I assume it is too late for this release, but Qupzilla has been accepted into the KDE Incubator as Falkon: https://community.kde.org/Incubator/Projects/Falkon
Aug 25 2017
Aug 22 2017
I downloaded today's ISO (http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/kubuntu/daily-live/20170822/artful-desktop-amd64.iso) and I used the arrow keys to go through the slide show, and I did not see the slide with the offending typo.
That said, on a separate slide, where icons for the installed software are laid out in a grid, Amarok is still there.
Was it not removed from the ISO?
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[09:36] <mamarley> Are we talking about the Qt5.9 PPA? I've been running that for a few days now (along with the various staging- PPAs and some packages from those that I rebuilt myself) and I haven't had any issues. :)
So, today, BluesKaj was successful, as was I. From the resolved bug report: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=382483
[07:12] <BluesKaj> mparillo, so far so good with the "Qt 5.9 transition in a PPA" no crashes or glitches with dolphin,system settings, chrome. muon, konversation, vlc, mpv or nvidia graphics and intel audio
Backtrace generated from DrKonqi: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=382483
Jul 18 2017
I added the PPA to my AA VM, but Discover must have been holding a lock, so I could not upgrade using the konsole.
Instead, I used Discover, which reported 100 updates and it warned me:
The following packages will be removed by the update: qtvirtualkeyboard-plugin (5.7.1+dfsg-1).
After a re-boot, I sign in through SDDM, and I get a black screen with a box:
KWin is unstable. It seems to have crashed several times in a row.
You can select another window manager to run:
I click OK, but I get a black screen with an oxygen cursor.
Dmitry Shachnev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Attachments4:33 PM (15 minutes ago)
Jul 12 2017
[07:48] <BluesKaj> mparillo, ok, I'll test that out
[08:22] <BluesKaj> ok mparillo, some old bugs remain, but otherwise the desktop and other graphics seem fine. Old bugs like changing fonts in system settings as root or mostly any changes to system settings as root don't hold the changes, I use a large montor so large fonts are needed for legibility. Also a new wrinkle, launching system monitor causes mtab fault popups by the tens..the only way to get out of the desktop freeze is to hold down ctl+alt+escape for
[08:22] <BluesKaj> 5 secs or so.
Jul 11 2017
For ZZ, in a VM, used Discover to re-enable the backports-landing PPA, and perform the upgrade.
For XX, on real HW, used Discover to re-enable the backports-landing PPA, and perform the upgrade.
In an AA VM (fully updated, but clean from Alpha 1):
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/staging-frameworks
sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade
Jun 29 2017
Valorie Zimmerman <email@example.com>
4:33 PM (21 minutes ago)