Dear Tumbleweed users and hackers,

Again we managed to publish two snapshots during this week: 1012 and 1015; 1011 stayed too long in openQA to be released and 1017 was discarded. While trying to fix a bug, where Mozilla Firefox is only published as x86_64 package in the repo, but not 32bit variant is present, we ‘shot over the ; andt, and ended up with only the 32bit version. As we did not want to change architecture for all users just as a side effect of an error, that snapshot was discarded.

So, the two snapshots that DID get published brought you those changes:

  • GStreamer 1.14.4
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 60.2.1
  • KDE Applications 18.08.2
  • Linux kernel 4.18.13
  • gpgme 1.12.0
  • go 1.11.1

And Stagings are busily molding these updates into usable updates:

  • GNOME 3.30 (likely to ship next week, but with GDM 3.28.x as we faced issues with autologin with the 3.30 branch)
  • KDE Frameworks 5.51.0
  • glibc 2.28, Python 3.7, openssl 1.1.1: the three all interdepend on each other and cause a bunch of new failures – See Staging:C
  • LLVM 7
  • Even more recent Linux kernels
  • Mesa 18.2.x (VLC crashes need to be investigated)