@GnomeBook glad you are taking over the maintaining, if you have any question you should join us on IRC in the #solus-dev channel
I'm updating it right now to 7.3 version 19, I might need a mentor but I'm all for it if someone could answer questions if they arise.
update to 4.106
Realized it's more a Budgie bug, so moved it to the github issue
Wed, Dec 2
Please consider adding Mesa 20.2.x to this tasklist, for hardware support purposes.
That would be here: https://github.com/getsolus/budgie-desktop-view
This isn't the issue tracker for Budgie Desktop View.
In my case that wasn't a new file but one that existed (and worked) before Budgie Desktop View.
Tue, Dec 1
Update to v20.11.28
Marking as awaiting package upgrades. Not happy with their use of their own fork of libgit2 or how they're vendoring all the deps rather than looking for local ones.
@DataDrake Tartube has two core functions:
Remove unused (upstreamed) patch
Mon, Nov 30
Add PSF-2.0 License and remove some docs.
Sun, Nov 29
@livingsilver94 Yea let's just be a tad bit more careful when it comes to patch deletion. May be worth checking Phabricator / git log/blame on a file to see the originating reason it was added. wxWidgets is certainly one of those weird ones and its behavior with being so quick to treating something as a fatal error isn't really warranted.
Pushed to build server now. Should be sorted soon.
I thought that patch was about build time checks, and in fact my local building tests passed. I'm deeply sorry.
I'm doing a build at the moment with the patch re-added and will send this off to shannon once it's build locally, validated, and pushed to unstable.
oh boy looks like some combination with our glibc and needs certain linking? I'd like a comment by core regarding this if we may fix this on our side or not :)
Hi Josh, I wanted to ask if you might perhaps reconsider inclusion of Mosquitto with a different argument than the one given by WRostom: Mosquitto is not just a daemon (albeit it does include one, too), but also an MQTT client. At home, for example, we run the Daemon on an Alpine Linux box in the basement, but on my Laptop, which is Solus Linux, I'd love to be able to quickly check in on what's going on around the house, so having mosquitto_sub available would be nice :-)
Corrected builddeps package order.