Mailinglist Archive: opensuse-packaging (266 mails)

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[opensuse-packaging] Factory status
The following packages have been failing to build on Factory for more
than 7 days. This is a reminder for anybody that could be interested
in any of them. Any package failing to build for more than 100 days
is in danger of being dropped by Coolo without previous warning
(other than these emails).

Name Devel project User Status

- libgcj43 openSUSE:Factory matz2 Fails for 285 days: undefined reference to `__cxa_call_unexpected'
- elilo Base:System rwill Fails for 100 days: undefined reference to `__stack_chk_fail_local' (New upstream version 3.14 available)
- selinux-policy security:SELinux alanrouse Fails for 82 days: error(s) encountered while parsing configuration (Different changes in devel project (since 6 months))
- libgcj41 openSUSE:Factory matz2 Fails for 55 days: java test cases...
- compiz X11:Compiz bekun Fails for 52 days: kwin changes
- kdegraphics3 KDE:KDE3 Ansus Fails for 50 days: gphoto update (Current sources were declined: request 138654)
- xerces-j2-bootstrap openSUSE:Factory mvyskocil Fails for 41 days: temporary failure
- hawk network:ha-clustering:Factory tserong Fails for 41 days: cannot load such file -- gettext/tools/rgettext (rails 2 vs rails 3?)
- python-tagpy devel:languages:python saschpe Fails for 41 days: taglib update
- rubygem-webyast-time YaST:Web kwk Fails for 39 days: Missing partial shared/online_help (Different changes in devel project (since 3 days))
- grub Base:System duwe Fails for 34 days: error: 'stdscr' undeclared (first use in this function) (New upstream version 1.96 available)
- trustedgrub security duwe Fails for 34 days: error: 'stdscr' undeclared (first use in this function)
- libsyncml0 mobile:synchronization:FACTORY cstender Fails for 34 days: error: 'g_mutex_new' is deprecated
- irc-otr server:irc AndreasStieger Fails for 31 days: error: too few arguments to function 'otrl_message_receiving'
- psi network *vdziewiecki Fails for 31 days: error: 'OtrlMessageAppOps' has no member named 'notify' (Current sources were declined: request 138463)
- tasks GNOME:Apps os-gnome-maintainers Fails for 31 days: "Only &lt;libecal/libecal.h&gt; should be included directly.
- libopensync-plugin-evolution2 mobile:synchronization:FACTORY cstender Fails for 31 days: Only &lt;libebook/libebook.h&gt; should be included directly.
- gnome-phone-manager GNOME:Apps os-gnome-maintainers Fails for 31 days: Only &lt;libebook/libebook.h&gt; should be included directly.
- planner GNOME:Apps os-gnome-maintainers Fails for 31 days: error: libedataserver/e-source-list.h: No such file or directory
- gnome-do-plugins GNOME:Apps os-gnome-maintainers Fails for 31 days: Type `FlickrNet.FoundUser' does not contain a definition for `Username'
- qutim KDE:Distro:Factory magist3r Fails for 31 days: libotr update
- f-spot GNOME:Apps os-gnome-maintainers Fails for 31 days: The type or namespace name `Licenses' could not be found
- python3-numpy openSUSE:Factory matejcik Fails for 30 days: 'PyUnicodeObject' has no member named 'length
- python3-progressbar openSUSE:Factory saschpe Fails for 30 days: 'format' in __slots__ conflicts with class variable
- python3-SQLAlchemy openSUSE:Factory saschpe Fails for 30 days: __init__() takes 2 positional arguments but 3 were given
- python3-Sphinx openSUSE:Factory saschpe Fails for 30 days: No module named 'rst'
- openal-soft devel:openSUSE:Factory lnussel Fails for 27 days: shlib-policy-name-error (Badness: 10000) libopenal1
- nss_ldap network:ldap rhafer Fails for 24 days: vers_string: command not found (Current sources were declined: request 139094)
- yast2-network YaST:Head mfilka Fails for 24 days: broken test suite (Current sources were declined: request 140030)
- libgdiplus0 Mono:Factory ajorgensen Fails for 23 days: https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=778506 (Different changes in devel project (since 2 months))
- qt3-extensions openSUSE:Factory Ansus Fails for 22 days: png15 switch
- csound multimedia:apps tiwai Fails for 20 days: error: unknown type name 'PARSE_PARM'
- qt3-devel-doc openSUSE:Factory Ansus Fails for 20 days: libpng15 switch
- libQtWebKit4 KDE:Qt dirkmueller Fails for 20 days: too many arguments to function 'int WebCore::XPath::xpathyyparse()'
- gstreamer-0_10-plugins-vaapi multimedia:libs tiwai Fails for 20 days: unknown type name 'PFNGLMULTITEXCOORD2FPROC'
- uwsgi server:http jimfunk Fails for 20 days: broken erlang
- libreoffice LibreOffice:Factory pmladek Fails for 18 days: UTF8.h: No such file or directory (Different changes in devel project (since 4 days))
- sgmltool Publishing keichwa Fails for 16 days: bison update
- branding-basedonopensuse system:install:head coolo Fails for 15 days: gdmflexiserver conflicts
- installation-images system:install:head snwint Fails for 12 days: package changes (Different changes in devel project (since 1 day))
- ibus-rime M17N *Ignotusp Fails for 11 days: undefined reference to `RimeSetupLogging'
- argus security mseben Fails for 11 days: bison/flex update (Current sources were declined: request 139872)
- libsmi network:utilities nadvornik Fails for 11 days: bison/flex update
- dosemu Emulators snwint Fails for 11 days: bison/flex update
- openttd-opengfx games ammler Fails for 11 days: broken test suite (Different sources in devel project (since 10 days))
- crawl games saschpe Fails for 9 days: pngs can't be opened


I'm actually fighting with the plain text format. This time I'm
trying with quite long lines that are nice presented _with a
monospace font_. What's the result for you, people?


I include the user not as a blame game, but hoping it means we get
better information about who is actually maintaining a package.
The two cases with a '*' on it are the ones were I took the last name
from a long list of project maintainers. But where it's actually not
obvious who maintains it. I ignored changelogs on purpose. The
information should be available in the package metadata.

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