Mon, Jul 16
Thu, Jul 5
Item #2 is done. A Calamares icon should now be on the desktop.
May 21 2018
To further confirm: works fine in Cosmic with it as is.
Just to put it down on paper, we don't have python2.7 in Bionic. Since python is always supposed to refer to python2, python just fails. obamenu doesn't have python3 compatibility, however, so it fails, too. In order to make this work you have two options:
May 20 2018
As said over IRC.
I would consider this pretty high-priority then.
It's actually fairly well documented.
What do we know about how this is already implemented?
This should be a higher priority now that this is being more widely used.
May 17 2018
This is blocked on my debian-cd merge.
Yeah, that's after I made this comment.
I can confirm.
Done. sil2100 said they'd release it.
Did I not just see you make a merge request suggesting otherwise?
May 16 2018
Blocked on hearing back from Colin/Steve about a cosmic dir in debian-cd that hasn't been created yet.
I can confirm that the problem is in plain sight. Makefile removes all files with the .in suffix, and the Lubuntu session file is one of them.
@wxl Perhaps ping the vanguard tomorrow and ask for them to waive the aging period.
As I informally said on IRC, the root cause of this is that /usr/share/xsessions is now empty on my latest upload. See the build log here.
OK, so here's how this is set up, ish.
That first entry needs to be /etc/xdg/xdg-Lubuntu/.
Oh in other words just going into the live environment no matter what? Sure, yes. JFDI IMHO.
Closed then, but feel free to make a new task to collect potential testcase improvements if you had some particular ideas.
I'm not sure I know exactly what you mean. Screenshot?
Tested and confirmed working.
I'm not sure I know exactly what you mean. Screenshot? Meanwhile, I think at least getting us up to speed with the way things have been done is crucial.
Why would these not just be added to the testcases?
Unfortunately it's not fixed, or rather we have a new problem, which is that we now have two sessions: LXQt and OpenBox. The latter is the default you would expect (kind of like how FluxBox is) and the former requires you to enter a WM. If you choose OpenBox, you end up without a panel which kind of sucks.
Yeah, this is fixed now.
I guess I can take a look and see if Bionic and/or Cosmic is affected.
To be clear: the remaining thing here is that the update needs testing.
I wrote this before considering the new testing weeks we're looking to implement.