Dear Tumbleweed users and hackers,
This week we have seen quite a low number of submit requests coming to Tumbleweed, which resulted in the snapshots being built and tested rather quickly and us thus managing to release 8 snapshots in the day (usually the Thursday snapshot is only published later on Friday evening, this week it was all built and tested before lunch). So the 8 snapshots are not something really special. The versioning for snapshots limits us to one snapshot per day after all (and I doubt anybody would ask for more than that).
The snapshots covered in this review are 0406…0413 and contain these changes:
- Poppler 23.04.0
- Libvirt 9.2.0
- Apache 2.4.57
- mutter 44.0 git snapshot (44 commits after 44.0: avoid some crashes on gnome-shell)
- systemd 253.3
- LLVM 16.0.1
- KDE Frameworks 5.105.0
- Pipewire 0.3.68
- 389-ds 2.3.2
- gnutls 3.8.0
- Mozilla Firefox 112.0
- Linux kernel 6.2.10
Staging projects are not overwhelmed at the moment, so if you have anything that you want to be integrated into Tumbleweed, now is a good time (as ever): we will; find staging space for your needs. The current updates being tested include the following:
- GStreamer 1.22.2
- openSSL 3.1
- Zypper 1.14.60 / libzypp 17.31.9: support for x86-64-vN sub-architectures
- Wayland 1.22.0: crashes Firefox (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1826583, fixed for FF 113)
And that’s already all the interesting things I could find in staging…
I had posted this in the forums a couple of days to bring attention to this issue, but I wanted to let you know directly that the Dolphin Emulator (dolphin-emu) broke this week with a recent update. I stay fairly up to date with the snapshots and it broke when I updated on Thursday to 20230412-0. It was working just fine over the weekend. I noticed in YaST that the package was updated on Wednesday so something may have happened then. The emulator didn’t leave a log behind, which is kind of odd.
Thank you for all that you do to keep openSUSE Tumbleweed going strong. I’m willing to wait a little bit for a fix. I know I have options like reverting back to a previous snapshot or getting a Flatpak, but I prefer not to do those things if the fix is coming soon.
The only way bugs are handled when they are files as bugs: bugzilla.opensuse.org; the tickets can then be assigned to the relevant people. Forum und blob post replies are never going to have the right effect
Can you please file a report with the relevant information?