Issues that need resolving but have been put up for grabs - so that anyone can jump in and help
Mar 13 2022
Nov 19 2021
Aug 27 2021
Jun 6 2021
epiphany - deprecated
gnome-clocks - deprecated
Feb 23 2021
Feb 9 2021
Feb 8 2021
I think you solved that by yourself: you're using Python 3.9.1 when Solus is officially shipping 3.7.9.
Dec 30 2020
May 22 2020
How is pulling in polkit-gnome, scrot and dmenu as required dependencies "simple defaults"? I don't even use dmenu with i3 (I use rofi) and you can very well use the KDE or MATE polkit daemon instead of the GNOME one...
I would argue that music player control, which is included in the default configuration, is more complex and inessential than wallpaper configuration.
May 21 2020
This is pretty silly. Of course it doesn't have a wallpaper. Aside from some pretty simple defaults, the whole point is you configure the rest of it.
A question is, which wallpaper should be used? Should there be a special wallpaper for i3 like there is for KDE?
Feb 1 2020
Jan 11 2020
Keyboard disabling started working after latest general system upgrade. Auto rotation started working after installing iio-sensor-proxy.
Jan 8 2020
Dec 22 2019
Oct 24 2019
Oct 10 2019
May 25 2019
May 7 2019
This appears to be fixed now. I cannot reproduce.
Apr 17 2019
Apr 3 2019
Umm, yes, you're right. Do you know if gst-inspect-1.0 | grep lv2 should give me lv2 plug-ins I have installed? Because it shows nothing.
Isn't the pulseeffects issue rather related to the lisp-plug-ins integration?
Apr 2 2019
Since the 4.5 update Pulseeffects gets its equalizer from calf, so it's grayed out. Right now, only feature available is autogain, so I consider Pulseeffects broken at this point. Should this thread be continued or new one made?
Mar 31 2019
Dec 29 2018
Solid work @so-lo =)
Dec 28 2018
I packaged before but not on Solus so I think I still fall into the required noob category. :)
Dec 27 2018
Dec 26 2018
Confirmed, we do not have pkgconfig(lilv-0) (lilv / lilv-devel, the library responsible for lv2 plugin support) in gstreamer-1.0-plugins-bad package, hence why it is not enabled. Considering this an improvement over a package fix since the gstreamer bad plugins package isn't fundamentally broken.
Approved. If someone (read the IMPORTANT bit after) wants to patch the gimprc file and provide a package update patch for it while I'm "away" on holidays, go for it. Otherwise I can when I'm "back". Here's the steps:
Dec 22 2018
No. Those that want it will already know how to add it into the file or understand that this is something obscure enough and they'd already Google it and as a result find the answer.
@JoshStrobl Can we at least put it in but commented out, so it's easy to enable?
Basically no distribution I have ever used does this. The only gain I could possibly imagine is making sure you didn't type a wrong number of keys while entering your password, then again you could understand you did this with the re-type prompt given 2 seconds later.
Please no! Not displaying asterisks is the standard Unix way of doing it, if a user wants password feedback he can turn it on himself from that file.
Having this enabled is also a security issue, because anyone looking over your shoulder can see how many characters you have typed.