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Old 11-25-2013, 12:29 PM   #16
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the to-be-removed branch has been already been merged with master: see the removed ones from http://slackbuilds.org/cgit/slackbuilds/log/?ofs=99 (for now: if new commits will be added to master it will move further).
in the eventuality that someone wants to take care of those, there will be no problems readding them with new maintainers when submission will reopen: now the priority is make a repository for 14.1 available as soon as possible.

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Old 11-25-2013, 12:56 PM   #17
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the to-be-removed branch has been already been merged with master: see the removed ones from http://slackbuilds.org/cgit/slackbuilds/log/?ofs=99 (for now: if new commits will be added to master it will move further).
in the eventuality that someone wants to take care of those, there will be no problems readding them with new maintainers when submission will reopen: now the priority is make a repository for 14.1 available as soon as possible.
Thanks for the clarification.
 
Old 11-26-2013, 05:43 AM   #18
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Where can I see orphaned packages?
git log --oneline fd250c2.. | grep Removed | sort -k 2

Code:
22032d3 academic/GMT: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
7460f8c academic/engauge: Removed (build failure)
894c5d1 academic/mopac7: Removed (abandoned by SBo maintainer)
bc7e3e4 academic/mpqc: Removed (abandoned by SBo maintainer)
2c2d8a1 business/gnucash: Removed (build failure and etcetera)
57e08a4 desktop/cdfs: Removed (as per maintainer request).
c20def8 desktop/gnome-themes-standard: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
c4c8ac5 desktop/lxshortcut: Removed (now included in libfm).
56077c2 desktop/oxygen-gtk3: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
192eebc desktop/xcm: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
fb1ace4 development/ddd: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
5030591 development/gc: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
23835eb development/help2man: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
fc19a13 development/kdevelop-php-docs: Removed (included in 14.1)
b212ae5 development/kdevelop-php: Removed (included in 14.1)
4d03189 development/open-cobol: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
abeae07 development/qjson: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
3cf46ef development/tdb: Removed (already included in samba).
067849a games/foobillard: Removed (broken/unmaintained upstream).
979dc37 games/fortune_doctor_who: Removed (source no longer available)
4ab136e graphics/gimp-fourier-plugin: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
4bb23ae graphics/gimp-registry-plugins: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
fe59227 graphics/gimpfx-foundry: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
5cc5995 graphics/kipi-plugins: Removed (included now in digikam).
570f81c graphics/luxblend25: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
16d4f0b graphics/luxrender: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
4c6ef1f graphics/ocropus: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
3c68e64 graphics/opengtl: Removed. Not compatible with llvm 3.3.
84cec04 graphics/qcad-partlibrary: Removed. Dependency missing.
89b636d graphics/qcad: Removed (build failure)
609e01d graphics/shotwell: Removed (build failure)
7a4bb77 libraries/ClientForm: Removed
c0b7d78 libraries/QuantLib-Python: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
e5fb2d4 libraries/QuantLib: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
2cafa33 libraries/bsddb3: Removed
c91626b libraries/gmime26: Removed (Slackware 14.1 ships gmime-2.6.x)
7363bdb libraries/gtkhtml: Removed (no longer needed)
d8c50bb libraries/harfbuzz: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
e939213 libraries/ilbc: Removed. Replaced by libilbc.
d305c38 libraries/iulib: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
d160d7a libraries/libevent: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
34af988 libraries/libjingle: Removed. Upstream dead.
d36d80e libraries/libmnl: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
04bc77e libraries/libnetfilter_acct: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
57a6bb1 libraries/libnetfilter_conntrack: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
72d01f7 libraries/libnetfilter_cttimeout: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
74ab32c libraries/libnetfilter_log: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
03e8900 libraries/libnetfilter_queue: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
48edb4f libraries/libnfnetlink: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
2ddc135 libraries/libsecret: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
fb0f419 libraries/libvmime-zarafa: Removed (unused)
d300734 libraries/lightblue: Removed
427b506 libraries/ortp: Removed. No longer compiles on 14.1.
65488cf libraries/postgresql-jdbc: Removed (see commit message)
0ddf83b misc/itstool: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
28d73e8 misc/klibc: Removed (build failure)
8c94092 misc/temper: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
e7fb9a1 multimedia/LiVES: Removed (not compatible with the newer ffmpeg).
a1ff806 multimedia/backlite: Removed (not compatible with the newer ffmpeg).
6618938 multimedia/cdcat: Removed (build failure)
55faaa3 multimedia/gst-plugins-farsight: Removed. Replaced by farsight2.
b17dcf2 multimedia/k9copy: Removed (not compatible with the newer ffmpeg).
c962e82 multimedia/kmediafactory: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
79e9d9b multimedia/loopy: Removed
28ca39e multimedia/mythplugins: Removed (abandoned by SBo maintainer)
f34eb58 multimedia/mythtv: Removed (abandoned by SBo maintainer)
46126f7 multimedia/qdvdauthor: Removed (build failure, dead upstream)
cfe4fca multimedia/totem: Removed (build failure)
3c8e8e2 network/Quamachi2: Removed.
bd71847 network/airoscript: Removed (Maintainer Request)
e9e63e1 network/b43legacy-firmware: Removed (welcome to 2013)
42d1e4d network/citadel: Removed (not working).
61244bb network/conntrack-tools: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
6220eb8 network/ebtables: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
d02b86f network/flvstreamer: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
6fb0e38 network/freenx: Removed (incompatible with 14.1).
1a18ddc network/gwibber: Removed
f728ad6 network/ike: Removed (build failure)
41274b6 network/ipset: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
9bccd6c network/mozilla-firefox-esr: Removed (Slackware ships this version)
2e97d43 network/mz: Removed (No longer maintained upstream)
3dfa29d network/nx: Removed (incompatible with 14.1).
1526d9f network/qutim: Removed (painful to maintain).
e707513 network/rt3xxx: Removed (no longer build)
6b836d5 network/smuxi: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
f8aa2f1 network/twitter-cmdline: Removed (No longer functional)
e0bf49b network/zarafa-webaccess-ajax: Removed (build failure)
5ee98b9 network/zarafa: Removed (build failure)
07704a2 office/auctex: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
6f338bf office/chmsee: Removed (abandoned/unmaintained upstream)
c72ba9b office/openproj: Removed (abandoned upstream)
394e426 office/pdfedit: Removed (build failure)
98337be office/rastertospp: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
015c74d perl/SDL_perl: Removed. Replaced by perl-SDL.
8589178 perl/locale-gettext: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
1f0f947 perl/perl-Authen-PAM: Removed (missing dependency)
77f6260 perl/perl-OpenGL-Image: Removed (missing dep)
1fd298d perl/perl-OpenGL-Shader: Removed (missing dep)
a565e6d perl/perl-OpenGL: Removed (build failure)
9bcf45b perl/perl-XML-NamespaceSupport: Removed (included in linuxdoc-tools)
1313d84 perl/perl-XML-SAX-Base: Removed (included in linuxdoc-tools)
3220b5b perl/perl-xml-sax: Removed (included in linuxdoc-tools)
62ea31f python/mmpython: Removed.
5f3091b python/pycontrol: Removed (source no longer available)
133a985 python/python-spidermonkey: Removed
34fbb1b python/tagpy: Removed (build failure ; unused)
b2b3af6 ruby/ruby-gtk2: Removed (build failure)
91656e2 system/FreeFileSync: Removed per maintainer request
d82c28d system/aimage: Removed (deprecated/unmaintained)
5ad41bc system/avermedia-a867: Removed (obsolete)
0d5e97f system/backintime: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
2c45e2a system/clusterglue: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
1f6b752 system/clusterresourceagents: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
8cac27e system/corosync: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
aadf290 system/dconf: Removed (included in Slackware)
1a4aba7 system/efibootmgr: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
eb9b950 system/epson-inkjet-printer-stylus-tx550w-series: Removed.
40b6c78 system/fusesmb: Removed (build failure)
8f13ade system/gksu-polkit: Removed (deprecated upstream).
099bba9 system/gnome-commander: Removed (no SBo or upstream maintainer)
86307da system/gnu-fdisk: Removed (build failure)
1cbf184 system/grub2: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
84e9c60 system/gxemul: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
0b333de system/ktsuss: Removed (broken in 14.1).
079f69c system/kvm-kmod: Removed (the stock modules are fine)
e295110 system/lxpolkit: Removed (now included in lxsession).
1c60373 system/lxsession-edit: Removed (now included in lxsession).
5209a63 system/mariadb: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
81a3dde system/mytop: Removed. Included in Slackware.
e0e184e system/openais: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
9fc8673 system/os-prober: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
d6cdec3 system/pacemaker: Removed (no SBo maintainer)
df82702 system/pmount: Removed (upstream appears gone)
5eac409 system/qemu-legacy: Removed (useless)
afc47f1 system/sbotools: Removed (not compatible with 14.1).
7953afd system/tdb-addition: Removed (this went into Slackware's samba).
f9bfe94 system/terminus-font: Removed (included in 14.1)
83bdd17 system/tmux: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
6f4a001 system/udisks-glue: Removed (build failure)
029e68e system/ulogd: Removed (included in Slackware 14.1)
0b0ee1c system/unalz: Removed (build failure)
f028c80 system/v86d: Removed (build failure)
d06aa2e system/virtinst: Removed (part of virt-manager now)
2056321 system/xf86-video-unichrome: Removed (dead upstream)
Edit: censored desktop/lxde-common and office/kbgoffice from the above list - they were false positives, there may be others

Last edited by 55020; 11-26-2013 at 07:19 AM. Reason: false positive
 
Old 11-26-2013, 09:21 AM   #19
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7 hours ago 14.1 slackbuilds repository arrived in cgit
 
Old 11-26-2013, 10:26 AM   #20
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and now on the webpage

thanks to all behind the SlackBuilds.org project!
 
Old 11-26-2013, 12:54 PM   #21
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Deserved thanks to the SBo team

As not everyone is following SBo's mailing list I take the initiative of quoting a message posted a few hours ago on behalf of the SBo team, with just a few editing for a better display here:
Quote:
[...]
We'd like to take this time to welcome the newest member of our admin team, Willy Sudiarto Raharjo (willysr), and thank him for the huge amount of testing and fixing of various scripts that he did.

Similarly goes for Matteo Bernardini (ponce) as well as for David Somero (XGizzmo), who once again put the repository through its paces using automated build testing.

Then there's Heinz Wiesinger (pprkut) for the usual fixes and updates, as well as his work behind the scenes with our database.

Kudos also go to Erik Hanson (erik) for his never-ending job of server maintenance and upkeep, on top of fixes and updates all over the SBo tree.

Thanks go as well to Michiel van Wessem (BP{k}) and Niels Horn (niels_horn) for jumping in every once in a while for moral support and hints on various hard to crack issues.

Then there's also rob0 (/dev/rob0) hiding in the shadows working tirelessly to keep mail and dns working.

Last but not least there's Robby Workman (rworkman), our ever inspiring project lead who knows exactly how to kick us all into gear when work needs to get done!

All of our users and maintainers deserve proper thanks for our existence, but David Spencer and David Woodfall really helped out a lot this time around with testing and fixing an insane amount of SlackBuilds.
[...]
Huge thanks to all!

Last edited by Didier Spaier; 11-26-2013 at 12:55 PM.
 
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:36 PM   #22
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Sweet!

Thanks to all at SBo!

--edit--
Code:
$ ls /var/log/removed_packages/|grep upgraded-2013-11-26|wc -l
64


And they ALL worked!

Last edited by BroX; 11-26-2013 at 05:42 PM.
 
Old 11-26-2013, 08:54 PM   #23
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SlackBuilds 14.1 is out!!!
http://slackbuilds.org/ChangeLog.txt
 
Old 11-26-2013, 09:06 PM   #24
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The folks at slackbuilds.org provide an incredibly valuable service to the community. Thank you very much, one and all!
 
Old 11-26-2013, 11:53 PM   #25
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Having served as an admin in the past, I know how much work is involved in keeping SBo working so hats off to the entire SBo team and congrats to Willy for joining the SBo team. All of the admins involved at SBo do an incredible job. Thank you all very much!!!
 
Old 11-27-2013, 01:21 AM   #26
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I'm still learning from others, so please forgive me if there was some silly mistakes while updating the packages
 
Old 11-27-2013, 03:11 AM   #27
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Thanks SBo team (admins+package maintainers) for the great work.

I've followed the communications on the mailing list. It's amazing how it happened so fast. It took you less than one month to upgrade the repository to 14.1.
 
Old 11-27-2013, 05:14 AM   #28
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One of the reason is that we have tools like sbopkg and sqf which makes it easier for us to automatic build, like what David Spencer has did on this cycle. That really helped us a lot to make sure it builds fine on 14.1
 
Old 11-27-2013, 05:17 AM   #29
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I have followed the mailing list as well, and want to thank everyone that contributed!

And another special congratulations and thanks to willysr - well done!
 
Old 11-27-2013, 07:48 AM   #30
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One of the reason is that we have tools like sbopkg and sqf which makes it easier for us to automatic build, like what David Spencer has did on this cycle. That really helped us a lot to make sure it builds fine on 14.1
David Woodfall was much quicker because his tools (which he shared in this thread) were more efficient, and I was writing and debugging a new script at the same time as patching the SlackBuilds it was warning about. I'll be putting it onto Github later this week, but it's still less than three weeks old, and it stops working every time I try to make it good enough for Github or have a new idea

By the way, this commit is possibly one of the most awesome commits in the history of SBo.

Last edited by 55020; 11-27-2013 at 07:59 AM. Reason: added awesomeness
 
  


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