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- Mar 20 2019, 5:44 PM (97 w, 14 h)
Possibly a nice infrastructure item for @teward. I will point out, though, that the webserver is on a different host. We had originally wanted to get that under Canonical's purview but that project stalled somewhere along the way. That might even get us SSO and 2FA should come with that. Or maybe we should just move it over to our normal server? I'm not sure why that's never happened.
Tue, Jan 26
@profetik777 I created a user for you on WordPress. You should have got an email about it. Let me know how else I can help.
As an initial test with a recent daily, I emptied $HOME/.config/lxqt-rc.xml, ran openboc --reconfigure to get back to default behavior, then renamed the file to rc.xml and reconfigured again and we were back to normal. So that looks like a good sign. That does not test the behavior with the change, but that's a start.
One other note: as of right now, the default result is skip. That means that systems that were upgraded from older versions before the file check will say skip. This is clearly not right. I'm going to commit a change to make it unknown.
It may be true (looking at the commit) that this may be a part of ALL bug reports, so this may not be necessary. Needs to be double checked.
Mon, Jan 25
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Fri, Jan 22
We should probably make a little less of a fuss about copyright going forward. Kubuntu, like us, has a tendency to package from upstream and rely less on the merges. Asking there, they say that ideally the copyrights would get updated in those cases, but in practice, no. For packages not regulated to a flavor packageset, even where packaging changes are made to resolve merge conflicts, I think it's uncommon to see copyright changes. That said, I don't think we need to worry about this. Sorry for all the hassle, @apt-ghetto.
@profetik777 horray! I was really worried you had wandered away. Can you email me (or otherwise communicate with me) with the emal address I should use when setting up your account?
Thu, Jan 21
Wed, Jan 20
A few other inlines to deal with, essentially supporting what @kc2bez already said. Hey, at least the version number is right XD
Wed, Jan 13
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No problem. It should be a trivial thing to resolve. Thanks so much for bringing it up!
Fri, Jan 8
Thu, Jan 7
There's an upstream discussion on porting LXQt to Qt6 and the tl;dr is:
When I originally wrote this, I really hadn't looked into the mechanisms employed in the Ubuntu minimal install. I'm not sure why I'm shocked to find this, but it looks like it's a simple matter of package removal.
Wed, Jan 6
With 7 in Groovy and Hirsute, are we good to go? What else needs to be done?
Sounds resolved to me.
Support for 18.04 ends in April. We'll close this then.
I will assume this has been long resolved.
Heh well that was surprisingly quick :) He gave it the ok so @profetik777 if you are still around and willing to help, I'm ready to make this happen.
I have no clue how I missed this. Bummer. I don't want to make it hard for people to contribute but having editor access to the website is a high privilege so before I do this, I want to confirm with @tsimonq2 that he does approve. Then I can make this happen using your email.
The only reason I said that is because you said "you would need to be mounting files from an install."
I think it's wise to document it somewhere and Discourse is as good as any. However, I think my little solution needs a more organized format if we were to use for the purposes of documentation. I guess I can probably edit that post and we can call it good.
Mon, Jan 4
picom is in Groovy and beyond, so I'm changing the scope here.
Sun, Jan 3
@apt-ghetto correct me if I'm wrong, but this issue seems to be completely resolved, right? Should I close this?
Thu, Dec 31
Here's a potential fix for already installed systems.
I used to take notes in my discrete math classes in LaTeX, so if help is needed there, I can probably assist. However, I suspect that @lynorian's Sphinx skills will likely suffice.
Dec 20 2020
Dec 17 2020
Now with Matterbridge (T124) up, Arabic works fine. We're all set!
Discourse is done: T94.
Yeah, basically anything that relates to development, contributing, and the like should go into our wiki here and everything else should relate to LXDE, which we won't be supporting post April 2021. Rather than deleting it, converting it into an LXDE rather than a Lubuntu wiki, will allow LXDE users (that we no longer support) to still see the info. Looks good. Thanks @guiverc!
One thing to note: Matterbridge, unlike TeleIRC, depends upon numeric group IDs for Telegram. This is good because it reduces ambiguity and prevents weird things from happening (perhaps why Lubuntu Arabic wasn't working with TeleIRC? Still don't know) but it's apparently a royal pain to figure out those IDs. @teward had to do some API hacking to get it set up and will document it soon.
Dec 16 2020
Nice! Oh, one small thing: the line should separate sections, i.e. IRC, Matrix and Telegram, rather than separating English versus non-English.