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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20180808 released!

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Packages changed:
firewalld (0.5.3 -> 0.6.0)
fuse (2.9.7 -> 2.9.8)
yast2-network (4.1.4 -> 4.1.5)

=== Details ===

==== alsa-oss ====
Subpackages: alsa-oss-32bit

- remove-libio.patch: don't use obsolete <libio.h>

==== firewalld ====
Version update (0.5.3 -> 0.6.0)
Subpackages: firewall-macros firewalld-lang python3-firewall

- Switch back to 'iptables' backend as default (bsc#1102761)
- Update to 0.6.0. Some of the changes are:
* update translations
* firewall-config: Add ipv6-icmp to the protocol dropdown box (#348,
* core: logger: Remove world-readable bit from logfile (#349, bsc#1098986)
* IPv6 rpfilter: explicitly allow neighbor solicitation
* nftables backend (default)
* Added loads of new services
* firewall-cmd: add --check-config option
* firewall-offline-cmd: add --check-config option
* firewallctl: completely remove all code and references
* dbus: expose FirewallBackend
* dbus: fix erroneous fallback for AutomaticHelpers
- Remove patches which have made it upstream
* firewalld-add-additional-services.patch
- spec-cleaner fixes

==== fuse ====
Version update (2.9.7 -> 2.9.8)
Subpackages: libfuse2

- fuse 2.9.8
* SECURITY UPDATE: In previous versions of libfuse it was possible
to for unprivileged users to specify the allow_other option even
when this was forbidden in /etc/fuse.conf. The vulnerability is
present only on systems where SELinux is active (including in
permissive mode).
* libfuse no longer segfaults when fuse_interrupted() is called
outside the event loop.
* The fusermount binary has been hardened in several ways to
reduce potential attack surface. Most importantly, mountpoints
and mount options must now match a hard-coded whitelist. It is
expected that this whitelist covers all regular use-cases.
- cleanup with spec-cleaner
- update wiki urls to new location

==== gamin ====

- Add baselibs.conf to the file source list.
- Replace deprecated macro py_sitedir with python_sitearch.

==== yast2-network ====
Version update (4.1.4 -> 4.1.5)

- Fixes to the networking AY schema (bsc#1103712)
- Permitted the use of 'listentry' element in list entries.
- 4.1.5

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