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- Oct 19 2019, 2:06 AM (135 w, 4 d)
Jul 25 2020
So we know it's part of libreoffice-qt5 but I can't find any source code for it besides tarballs.
It's safe to say we can import this-I don't know the exact wording, I used env (flag) && env (otherflag w/ cairo) libreoffice and it worked.
Wouldn't the proper way be along the lines of this:
There's no reason this should happen-nor would I think this would happen. I doubt this would probably happen but yeah, testing required.
Jul 17 2020
Jun 22 2020
Jun 17 2020
Jun 9 2020
But actually as we look at the commits-I think Alf also maintains Git and Salsa-fair to say they are probably on the same page. Is Debian willing to take sddm-config-editor or is it already there? It looks like it doesn't exist.
So update-still hasn't been untouched and I'm looking at it right now. We probably will end up being maintainers but if we can at least get it working that's progress. I'm working on testing a build right now.
Jun 8 2020
Has this issue been resolved?
Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on 2020-05-21: #1
Things werent clear with the seed-but I think for now in Calamares Minimal should be welcomed-or a package chooser of some sort before stepping further.
Doesn't it already do this?
May 24 2020
I've opened Pull Request #1 on GitHub:
May 23 2020
A minimal could be used. In Ubuntu Cinnamon, to keep the architectures there and keep the repo clean (so there isn't the same file over and over of the same file with -(arch), we use a script that has:
Not going to lie-but looking at the commits this seems inactive. Alf's Salsa looks good and we can influence off of their packaging-but I'm not sure if it's worth it with it's current activity. We may end up turning ourselves into the upstream maintainers.
It looks like nobody has done this yet-for even UbuntuDDE and Lumina-this has been successful. @Eickmeyer do you experience a similar problem?
Dec 3 2019
For Calamares-settings-cinnamon-remix better to just for now include it as a runtime depends