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[opensuse-gnome] openSUSE GNOME News
  • From: Magnus Boman <captain.magnus@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 09:06:21 +1100
  • Message-id: <1264889181.4894.27.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Some news about what's going on the GNOME land of openSUSE

Repositories: GNOME:Contrib / GNOME:Apps
We've enabled G:C and G:A to build against GNOME:Factory (G:F). This
means that those of us using G:F can now use those two repositories
without getting conflicts.

The new repositories will be available via [1] and [2] respectively.

Repositories: GNOME:Factory
G:F now contains the latest and the greatest GNOME 2.29.6. Please test
and report any issues found. Repo is available at [3].

Repositories: GNOME:STABLE:2.28
G:S:28 contains all the latest updates from upstream (2.28.2). Most of
these have also been pushed as an online update at [4]. They are due to
be released on Monday the 1st of February and will be found at [5].

Packages: NetworkManager
A new version of NetworkManager landed in G:F. This version will not be
pulled in with a 'zypper dup' however, so if you want it, you need to
explicitly tell it to update. We've fixed up gnome-main-menu to build
against this new version and there is a pending update for tsclient as
well. If there is any other breakage with this version, please let us

Packages: accountsdialog
The AccountsDialog [6] is a friendly interface to editing user
information and related data, such as login options. We've packaged them
for 11.2 and G:F and it can be found at [7] if you want to try it out.
Note; We do not (yet?) carry any patches for GDM to enable all features
of this application.
We're not sure if these packages should go to G:F or G:C. Please discuss
on this list where they should end up.

If I missed any news, please let us know.



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