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- Jun 17 2016, 7:59 AM (82 w, 6 d)
Mon, Jan 15
Sat, Jan 13
Thu, Jan 11
Sat, Jan 6
Prodded kdevelop-python/php unstable builds this morning as it seemed the 1.0.0 arm64 heapstrack builds from yesterday were not cleaned up yet, and as expected that made them succeed. Unfortunately if they get cleaned up again, I guess it will be back to failing.
Fri, Jan 5
Current heaptrack after 'forking' is building a version 1.0.0
Seems that the Kwin changes have landed, so unstable builds now fail.
Tue, Jan 2
I tried building with qmake instead, as it seems the babe maintainer uses this and does not much focus on successful builds with cmake. This works for Kubuntu with GCC on Artful and Bionic, but fails for Xenial. So reverted changes.
Sat, Dec 30
Committed to git and uploaded:
Thu, Dec 21
Another option might be to ship PIM on LTS releases, as business/institutions etc are more likely to use those, but excluded it from our interim isos. Make our releases with support for 9 months more lightweight ones.
Dec 11 2017
Aleix is going to talk with snapcraft -devs, but sounds like we may be able to enable the snap backend when we do Plasma 5.12
I think we should either have one backend or no backends installed automatically by default (so that we don't give the impression that we're endorsing one or the other).
The snap backend is or was a proof of concept bit of code, and is still deliberately set to a default of OFF in cmake for building.
Dec 9 2017
latest master of kmail now needs libini => 1.5
Dec 5 2017
Dec 2 2017
Patch updated in our git for 17.08.3, and seemingly no longer required in master branch of Kstars
Nov 24 2017
libindi 1.4.1 is now uploaded to debian experimental, but needs some fixing there on symbols etc it seems
Nov 21 2017
Nov 17 2017
- Maybe aim for Calamares installer after 18.04, and in the meantime overhaul the KDE/Qt fromt end for ubiquity.
- For 18.04, possible port of update notifier/manager to Qt5 - distribution upgrades needed most of all, and in particular notification of new releases available. (Neon will also want an upgrade mechanism -> 18.04, so maybe another arm of collaboration).
- Redesign and better looking driver manager front end - Something else Neon have started looking at with Ken from KDE VDG.
Nov 6 2017
Nov 3 2017
Thoughts out load......
Oct 28 2017
Oct 24 2017
I made the same revert to test earlier this morning, and on brief testing it seems to have solved the issue, and tests still pass.
Oct 11 2017
So here we go, from Bhushan Shah
Oct 10 2017
Oct 8 2017
Built with the above patch, and on quick testing it seems to resolve the issue for me. I am not a user of activities, so my testing there to make sure existing behaviour on the standard favourites was still the same, may not be as thorough as desirable.
Oct 6 2017
We encourage everyone in the Kubuntu community to add their thoughts in the comments of this Phabricator Task.
Sep 30 2017
Sep 29 2017
Since this change, polkit-kde-agent-1 fails to build from source with the error:
Sep 22 2017
Doodle poll for a time/date set up by Rick:
Sep 21 2017
Sep 17 2017
I intend to make the change for the blue logo tomorrow, unless shouted down.
Sep 16 2017
Sep 15 2017
The menu is pretty crowded already. I would say adding new items means removing some others.
I am not keen on the wallpaper to be honest. As bright as it is, the default blue looks good to me for now. Also, unless we mess around trying symlinks, we'd have to manually switch it in the settings package on each plasma update.
Sep 14 2017
and added to KCI
Sep 12 2017
Too many reverse depends to rebuild for a FFE it seems.
Sep 8 2017
No harm in trying:
Build seems to needs exiv2 >- 0.26 from debian experimental
Sep 7 2017
Change in seed and meta now reverted.
Sep 5 2017
To be honest I don't see the point of applying a sub-optimal theme to any other GTK apps, to make titlebars look slightly less ugly due to the application of another hack/change, which was arguably not really needed or sub-optimal itself.
Has caused regression:
Sep 2 2017
Aug 26 2017
Aug 19 2017
It's there for me in Neon on my hardware. It's not a case that Neon does not install it, as it's all the same Kwin lib. Simply that Kwin only displays it as an option if it determines that your system supports that for the compositor.
Aug 17 2017
Aug 15 2017
I don't think it has an effect here, but for completeness just in case, I should mention that both Neon and Kubuntu have a patch to #startkde/startkde.cmake
I am seeing this in both Neon dev-unstable edition (Xenial base), and Kubuntu's CI packages (Artful base). Another user is also seeing it in the Kubuntu CI builds.
Seems it is.
Is this a result of this change?
I 'think' Digikam master still build with Opencv 2.x if you toggle the option back to OFF in debian/rules?
Aug 14 2017
cantor also has a backend for it
Jul 31 2017
And they change their mind back again.... 🙄
Jul 27 2017
Revert the CMakeLists.txt changeHEADmaster
We don't depend on KSmtp yet
Jul 26 2017
Jul 22 2017
Jul 19 2017
Once there are the plasma 5.10.4 rebuilds in the ppa, I might be brave enough to test!
Thank you. It worked. I cannot install qtvirtualkeyboard-plugin because it has unmet dependencies:Depends: libhunspell-1.6-0 but it is not installable. E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
Jul 11 2017
Jul 10 2017
Jul 2 2017