First, a small call for volunteers: if you see new bugs in bugzilla that should be mentioned in weekly status mails, ping me.
2.26.1 has been in G:F for nearly a week and it's working fine, it seems. So I pushed it to oS:F yesterday.
Just FYI, libproxy was split in two spec files (libproxy and libproxy-plugins) to stop a build loop: libproxy-libsoup-libwebkit-libproxy-libsoup-libwebkit etc.
Nearly everything is compiling in G:F. The two outstanding errors are:
+ beagle-index: fails because of "nothing provides xorg-x11-Xvnc needed by tightvnc, nothing provides xorg-x11-Xvnc" for Factory. Not sure if this is temporary or not... The 11.1 build is failing because of bundle-lang-gnome.
+ bundle-lang-gnome on 11.1: it's a long story with gnome-phone-manager, gnome-bluetooth, gnokii, etc. We need to figure out what to do here soon.
Packages to update:
+ NetworkManager stack: I guess everybody is hoping Tambet will do it ;-) + epiphany/metacity: there are 2.27 versions there. Waiting for G:S:2.26 to have 2.26.1 + gnome-do: Luis said he'd do it + gnucash: we have a submission, I told the submitted to fix a small thing + gobby: I finally asked for help on opensuse-packaging to review libinfinity. Once this is done, things should go smoothly + libgda: waiting for G:S:2.26 to have 2.26.1, I guess + libtasn1: (no change) the new version removes libtasn-config, which could break many things. Maybe we should create libtasn2 instead? + monsoon: Andrew said he'd do it + pulseaudio stack: Scott will probably look at it.
Magnus will push 2.26.1 from G:F to G:S:2.26. He'll publish somewhere notes on how he did it so it's easy to do again in the future (although in the near future, we'll have 2.27 in G:F, so next time will probably be 2.28.1)
Rumours say that the keyring bug that was hurting a few people is fixed with 2.26.1 in G:F, so that would announce the end of the last big issue in G:S:2.26.
We have some good documentation on how to use G:S:2.26: http://en.opensuse.org/GNOME/2.26 Feel free to edit the page to improve it.
We also have a tracker bug for G:S:2.26 bugs: https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=493750
osc gnome =========
No big change. Magnus is now hosting the script updating the database, and it's updated a bit more often, which is great.
Future plans here include: + fixing the reservation system to be per project instead of global + possibly update the server side of things to send some XML instead of some CSV that breaks each time we want to add some new data