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- Aug 3 2016, 1:22 AM (181 w, 6 d)
You should NOT be submitting patches for packages which have not gone through the Package Request process unless they are explicit dependencies of accepted software.
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Your Summary will be used by eopkg and Software Center as part of the Changelog. With the way it is written right now, it is factually incorrect and has unnecessary commentary. We are exactly 3 revisions behind, and are intentionally holding back pip 20 until after the Python 3.7 upgrade. The Summary is intended to be a discussion of what has changed, not why it was changed (unless patches are involved) nor what wasn't changed.
Sun, Jan 26
Thu, Jan 23
@paracetamol We have heard and understood your argument and will take it under advisement for the next development cycle for the installer.
! In T8592#163570, @JoshStrobl wrote:
It's not even stupidity. Those are extremely likely to be the most popular languages. The UX in that section makes sense. I have absolutely no reason to desire for it to be changed.
Wed, Jan 22
Because Ikey borrowed it from gnome-initial-setup ages ago and never changed it. They still do it the same way:
Can you check your environment for any python-related variables?
Fri, Jan 17
Please file a new package request with the updated information.
sudo eopkg install --reinstall ypkg ?
Thu, Jan 16
Tue, Jan 14
Needed a rebase, rebuilt it myself.
Next time just tell us what needs rebuilds please. And make sure you include the updated abi_ files.
Needs a rebase.
Needs to be tested with i3 as well.
Because there are ABI changes, whdd needs to be rebuilt and tested against this.