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<jtojnar> worldofpeace: finished most of the 3.38 project entries
<jtojnar> or moved them to nice to have
<jtojnar> the webkit thing can be done with rebase
<jtojnar> so only vips remains
<worldofpeace> yayyyyyyy
<worldofpeace> Jan Tojnar: what about tracker-miners-2?
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: it has been updated to launch on demand in 2.3.5
<worldofpeace> this PR baffles me
<jtojnar> gnome-photos do not seem to pick up photos from Pictures but there are no errors at least
<jtojnar> I think we should just not install it by default
<worldofpeace> huh, what's wrong with photos? (I haven't been following the thread very close because of nixcon and stuff)
<worldofpeace> Yeah, the thing with photos is... why is this program not having basic features yet đŸ¤Ŗ I believe we installed it default because "gnome-build-meta", though I can't recall if maybe Ubuntu goes with shotwell, which is actually the better program (elementary-photos was a fork of it but I believe their has got a lot of rewrites now)
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: I have no idea what is wrong with it, it seems to start tracker successfully but it just does not display any pictures
<jtojnar> even though I added a picture to ~/Pictures
<jtojnar> maybe we could try applying instead
<jtojnar> by the way, gnome module did not even build with aliases disabled 😆
<jtojnar> * by the way, gnome module did not even eval with aliases disabled 😆
<jtojnar> due to photos being in pkgs
<worldofpeace> yeah, just looked at that commit. hmm, I'm gonna play with photos to see if I can reproduce
<worldofpeace> <jtojnar "maybe we could try applying http"> if it really is still just weird, I think maybe applying that could be fine. Like, that's better than not displaying any pictures
<jtojnar> ugh, Wanda is disturbing
<jtojnar> what about Documents and Books?
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: now testing the tracker 3 port
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: with tracker 3 the photo is picked up
<worldofpeace> Hmm, wouldn't it mean if photos can't find photos mean the tracker 2 stuff not working at all? Maybe the logging can be seen over dbus (erm, wait I never really looked at photos source code)
<jtojnar> it is possible that tracker2 is at fault but there were no errors
<jtojnar> will try it with Documents
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: so documents just straight out crash on startup
<jtojnar> I guess we can mark it as broken and drop tracker2
<jtojnar> Pushed a drop pr
<worldofpeace> Lol, I guess their suggestion this would all work wasn't true or just isn't for us in some specific reason
<worldofpeace> Jan Tojnar: 👍ī¸ good on just dropping it and marking those two apps as broken
<worldofpeace> they're not default for us anyways
<jtojnar> okay, now second set of eyes on the commits and then I will rebase onto master
<worldofpeace> Commit range? It collapsed it so I was going to do it locally 😸
<jtojnar> hmm, hard to say where we ended up đŸ˜ē
<jtojnar> perhaps 5f235c2...HEAD
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: just went through the range again and we have one potentially controversial
<jtojnar> syncthing-gtk author hates Python 2
<jtojnar> so I marked it as broken 😸
<jtojnar> * syncthing-gtk author hates Python 3
<worldofpeace> Jan Tojnar: just looked at that thread. considering it has no "meta.maintainers" there's no one to ping on an issue saying we had to mark it broken
<jtojnar> right
<worldofpeace> it seems github doesn't complain but the dash-to-dock commit was something I pushed several weeks ago
<worldofpeace> so I guess it should be dropped
<jtojnar> are you rebasing?
<jtojnar> I can do that
<worldofpeace> oh, no. I just noticed that when looking at things.
<worldofpeace> double checking now
<worldofpeace> * to clarify, wasn't rebasing since u mentioned u were going to finish that up etc.
<worldofpeace> lol, we literally really have to use rsync for gdm install
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: to fix emptahy
<worldofpeace> According to the wiki it says "Empathy is currently no longer in development (see also Attic/Unmaintained). "
<worldofpeace> Or was it that we meant to just remove it?
<jtojnar> well folks now build with telepathy-glib so we can just delay it until it breaks completely
<worldofpeace> Is it possible to just build folks without telepathy-glib but give it a telepathySupport to override for empathy Jan Tojnar ?
<jtojnar> sure, can do that as well
<worldofpeace> (I really looking to just purge telepathy from the gnome3 default unless u turn it on)
<worldofpeace> Gotcha, lol, perhaps after the rebase but drop both folks commits?
<worldofpeace> then I can push that for folks and empathy
<jtojnar> yup, I will squash the reverts against the reverted
<worldofpeace> thx, and I guess that's also my approval 😸
<jtojnar> thanks, rebasing now
<jtojnar> do we do one more round?
<jtojnar> or should we just merge it to staging since it seems to work now?
<worldofpeace> I think once I push the empathy/folks thing we can just go to staging 👍ī¸
<worldofpeace> probably too many commits for our own good to chill in a PR anymore
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: looks like we made byte for byte the same dash-to-dock commit so rebase just dropped the dupe
<jtojnar> anyway pushed
<jtojnar> it will probably be too much to build the empathy now (depends on webkitgtk iiirc) but I guess we can just check if it evals
<worldofpeace> haha, there are very few teams that can make byte for byte identical commits independently (though this one was pretty obvious)
<worldofpeace> Jan Tojnar: pushed those two commits đŸ’¯
<jtojnar> ugh, forgot to edit the webkitgtk expression
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: okay, we can merge now, I think
<worldofpeace> yay ✨
<worldofpeace> Jan Tojnar: waiting for eval right?
<worldofpeace> Also, I just realized that libinput module in nixos will do nothing on wayland because it uses xserver config. The only way to configure it would be with dconf ☚ī¸
<jtojnar> right, it is so slow
<jtojnar> indeed, I think someone was interested in making the module configure it on Wayland
<jtojnar> but when they learnt what it would require they decided to back away
<worldofpeace> yeah, tbh the dconf module in home-manager does a lot of what we want 😸 I noticed this because tap-to-click is off by default, but in nixos it's on default