Am 07.04.2011 00:50, schrieb Josselin Mouette: > If you know of other libraries that will be involved, please speak up > now. If you have read the whole mail, congratulations. * network-manager 0.9 network-manager 0.8.4 is currently in unstable, 0.9 rcS in experimental. GNOME 3 requires NM 0.9 (gnome-control-center 3.0 at least). Fortunately the KDE plasma widget for NM 0.9 is getting into a usable shape. What's still missing in plasma-widget-networkmanagement is support for migrating 0.8 settings to 0.9  Aside from that, we have a soname bump for libnm-glib and libnm-util, so rdeps at least need a rebuild. I haven't made a test build of affected packages, but can do so. There is also a small change in the D-Bus API regarding offline/online network status detection  * tracker 0.10 libtracker-client-0.8 in unstable is used by - gtk+2.0 (via dlopen), nautilus (via dlopen) - bognor-regis, brasero, hornsey, totem-plugins tracker-0.10 uses the library name libtracker-client-0.10, and the pkg-config file was renamed too. So in most cases a sourceful upload is required. I started filing bugs for that . totem 3.0 (exp) is already updated to use tracker 0.10 (using libtracker-sparql) nautilus 3.0 (exp) already supports tracker 0.10 (using libtracker-sparql) gtk+2.0 can be patched to support both tracker-0.8 and tracker-0.10 * poppler 0.16 To update evince, we need a newer poppler (>= 0.15). I've been working on that with Pino and I expect him to send a separate email to debian-release about this. The current progress is tracked via  and we managed to make all but 3 packages binNMUable (xpdf, python-poppler, poppler-sharp). I think we should start the poppler transition as soon as possible, as other transitions will depend on it (e.g. evince, tracker-0.10) Michael  http://live.gnome.org/NetworkManager/ApiSimplify  https://fedorahosted.org/fesco/ticket/572#comment:50  http://firstname.lastname@example.org;tag=tracker-0.10  http://email@example.com;tag=poppler-0.16 -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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