Gerion Entrup writes:
> I saw the idea „Big Data Infrastructure by Gentoo“ and found it kind of
> interesting. However, I have a little bit the fear that a full automation
> won't be possible and the whole project becomes a little bit like g-sorcery
> (gs-pypi, gs-elpa) or g-octave:
The attached list notes all of the packages that were added or removed
from the tree, for the week ending 2020-02-02 23:59 UTC.
media-plugins/vdr-skinenigmang 20200202-19:29 hd_brummy b4faedf6d4a
x11-themes/skinenigmang-logos 20200202-19:29 hd_brummy b4faedf6d4a
Yesterday binutils-2.34 / binutils-libs-2.34 landed into gentoo.
binutils-2.34 should generally be fine.
binutils-libs-2.34 caused a bit of breakage like
"undefined reference to bfd_get_section_flags"
These are trivial to fix either via conditional patching (API usage is usually
Am Sonntag, 2. Februar 2020, 12:47:55 CET schrieb Benda Xu:
> Dear Fellows,
> alicef writes:
> > As always, Gentoo plans to participate in the Google Summer of Code
> > 2020. We are looking for new project ideas and are always open for
> > new mentors.
> > Google Summer of Code is a big
# Andreas Sturmlechner (2020-02-02)
# Ancient, dead, py27-only, all revdeps masked for removal, bugs 651346, 696974
# Masked for removal in 30 days.
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> As always, Gentoo plans to participate in the Google Summer of Code
> 2020. We are looking for new project ideas and are always open for
> new mentors.
> Google Summer of Code is a big opportunity for making Gentoo project more
> visible and get more people