I've just updated the python-hl7 spec and srpm at the review ticket. It's another easy package and should be approved in no time …
The project is steadily building up, brick by brick. Aeskulap was approved and a bunch of other packages submitted for review. GoFigure2 is one of them, Ginkgo-CADx is almost done, and freemedforms will be approved anyday now :)
A complete table is below:
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If any of you are still seeing this error on running sealert after the latest updates :
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/sealert", line 692, in <module> run_as_dbus_service(username) File "/usr/bin/sealert", line 112, in run_as_dbus_service app = SEAlert(user, dbus_service.presentation_manager, watch_setroubleshootd=True) File "/usr/bin …
Like I had said, I didn't try to package any new applications this week. (I did actually, but I haven't submitted any review tickets this week). This week was about working on the existing review tickets.
To start with, "toothchart" was reviewed and approved. I'm grateful to Mario Blättermann, who …
A very short, to the point post:
The software packaged this week was:
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One cannot have a better work environment than to be at home with a singular task to focus on. I worked quite a bit this week, and I'm still neck deep in work. As lot of the work is to do with fixing upstream source, rather than packaging them up …
This one's a little later than usual. I've been travelling and just arrived at my destination.
I'd describe the week as eventful, but we'll come back to that later. First, the progress: