Here’s what happened in the Reproducible Builds effort between Sunday September 2 and Saturday September 8 2018:
The trydiffoscope command-line client for try.diffoscope.org was uploaded to Debian unstable by Chris Lamb. It included contributions already covered in previous weeks as well as adding a add missing
There were further updates for our website including Arnout Engelen fixing some presentation titles and URLs and making some initial changes to use the logo and colours from our style guide which were subsequently adjusted by Chris Lamb to avoid breaking the navigation and ensuring images were visible on all pages on the site.
Our Jenkins-based testing framework that powers tests.reproducible-builds.org was updated this week, including Holger Levsen explaining how to cleanup
systemctl’s state and to drop a “work-in-progress” disclaimer and Hans-Christoph Steiner added new packages to the FDroid dependency list.
11 Debian package reviews were added, 9 were updated and 11 were removed in this week, adding to our knowledge about identified issues. A new
randomness_in_frozenset_representations_in_sphinxtoolchain issue was identified and added by Chris Lamb.
Bernhard M. Wiedemann:
- fs-uae (zip order, date)
- varnish (merged, replace randomness with digest + fixup)
- pesign-obs-integration (merged bugfix + more bugs)
- kdoctools (parallelism-race bug)
- openmpi (user+host)
- openmpi3 (date+hostname)
- tog-pegasus (drop timestamp)
- build-compare (merged, bugfix, ignored diffs)
- OBS (issues with unreproducible noarch packages)
- graphviz (merged, sort
- python-pymol (merged, sort python glob /
- graphviz/sfio (benchmarking)
- stressapptest (date+user+host)
- #907793 filed against libgit2-glib.
- #907929 filed against taopm.
- #908040 filed against sphinxcontrib-restbuilder.
- #908219 filed against libhinawa.
- #908222 filed against octavia.
- #908309 filed against gdk-pixbuf.
- sphinx (merged, sort frozenset)
- sphinx-gallery (merged, drop build duration from output)
This week’s edition was written by Bernhard M. Wiedemann, Chris Lamb & reviewed by a bunch of Reproducible Builds folks on IRC & the mailing lists.