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PackagesAnyImplementation RequestVery LowLow[qarte] add packageUnconfirmed
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Request for :

qarte

“Allow you to browse into the archive of arte+7 & arteLiveWeb sites and to record your prefered videos.”

https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/qarte

License : GPL3

PackagesAnyFreedom IssueVery LowLowAdd Lumina DesktopUnconfirmed
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A Desktop Enivronment mostly focused on BSD, but also one that is very lightweight and easily customized. Would love to see this desktop on Hyperbola and later whenever Emulatorman makes it, Hyperbola/GNU/HyperBK

https://github.com/lumina-desktop/lumina/releases

Version is the latest one in above link of stable.

PackagesAnyFeature RequestVery LowLowadd package powerkitUnconfirmed
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https://github.com/rodlie/powerkit/releases

Version 1.0 requested

When you add Lumina desktop, add this package for sure. Although it is compatible with other desktops too. So it would be good to add it regardless.

PackagesAnyFeature RequestVery LowVery Low[ttf-iosevka] add Iosevka fontDeferred
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Iosevka wins a poll about most beautiful fonts on reddit (/r/linux). This font is very similar than Droid Sans (Official Google Font) with many advantages:

1 - Has 5 types modes (lightest, light, normal, bold, super bold)
2 - Condensed and big sizes (perfect for visual impairments users)
3 - Very Legible on i3-wm, Sway, Conky bar
4 - OTF license (Freedom license)

Iosevka is already on AUR, but create a official package prevent bug or proprietary third parties apps (Yaourt, etc) be installed by beginners Hyperbola users.

Official Site:
https://github.com/be5invis/Iosevka

On AUR:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/ttf-iosevka

PackagesAnyFeature RequestVery LowVery LowDreamchess package wantedUnconfirmed
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this package is under gpl3. It is the most reasonable chess game because it can be easy or hard depending on your preference.

PackagesStableBug ReportVery LowVery LowGajim "Unable to run gpg - it may not be available" Unconfirmed
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Description:

Gajim XMPP Client wont start after installing python2-gnupg.

Additional info:
* package version(s)

  community/python2-gnupg 0.4.0-2
  extra/gajim 0.16.8-1.hyperbola2

* config and/or log files etc.

/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gajim/common/gajim.py

Steps to reproduce:

With Gajim working is not possible to assign an OpenPGP key because it needs a wrapper. Therefore python2-gnupgp package is needed. But after installing python2-gnupgp, Gajim doesn’t start. The following output is displayed from the console:


07/21/2018 18:00:41 (E) gajim.c.gnupg Unable to run gpg - it may not be available.
Traceback (most recent call last):

File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gnupg.py", line 757, in __init__
  p = self._open_subprocess(["--version"])
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gnupg.py", line 832, in _open_subprocess
  startupinfo=si)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/subprocess.py", line 394, in __init__
  errread, errwrite)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/subprocess.py", line 1047, in _execute_child
  raise child_exception

OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory
Traceback (most recent call last):

File "gajim.py", line 513, in <module>
  interface.run()
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gajim/gui_interface.py", line 2704, in run
  self.roster = roster_window.RosterWindow()
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gajim/roster_window.py", line 6611, in __init__
  connection_zeroconf.ConnectionZeroconf(gajim.ZEROCONF_ACC_NAME)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gajim/common/zeroconf/connection_zeroconf.py", line 68, in __init__
  CommonConnection.__init__(self, name)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gajim/common/connection.py", line 150, in __init__
  self.gpg = gpg.GnuPG()
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gajim/common/gpg.py", line 37, in __init__
  gnupg.GPG.__init__(self, gpgbinary=gajim.GPG_BINARY, use_agent=use_agent)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gnupg.py", line 761, in __init__
  raise OSError(msg)

OSError: Unable to run gpg - it may not be available.


After doing some search, the issue is that gajim.py is trying to call ‘gpg’ as ‘gpg1’.

# grep -n GPG_BINARY /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/gajim/common/gajim.py
162:GPG_BINARY = ‘gpg1’

By replacing ‘gpg’ instead of ‘gpg1’, Gajim will start normally with OpenPGP feature available.

Maybe a newer revision of python2-gnupg is required or maybe a small patch in the current package.

PackagesAnyBackport RequestVery LowVery LowIcetray for Iceape-uxpUnconfirmed
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This already works for it, but I just thought I would request it to be put in.

ServicesPunBB BrandingBug ReportHighHighForum appearance bugsIn Progress
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Task Description

Some forum display errors:

  1. preview button with the orange border.
  1. Error message when logging in gray color making it difficult to read
ServicesWiki Page IssueBug ReportVery LowHighHTML design on Wiki not readableUnconfirmed
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Task Description

The wiki pages look really too narrow and not readable on even half a screen of the laptop.

ServicesFlyspray BrandingImplementation RequestMediumMediumAdd Hyperbola branding to HyperTaskIn Progress
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Task Description

Add Hyperbola branding to HyperTask such as HyperWiki and HyperForum for prolixity reasons.

ServicesHyperWiki/DokuWikiImplementation RequestMediumMediumLibreboot hardening grub guideUnconfirmed
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I don’t know if this is the best place for this, but I get stuck on the hardening the grub guide from libreboot,

https://libreboot.org/docs/gnulinux/grub_hardening.html

I wondered if there is anything different that needs to be done to get this part done:

gpg –homedir keys –detach-sign my.initramfs
gpg –homedir keys –detach-sign my.kernel
gpg –homedir keys –detach-sign libreboot_grub.cfg
gpg –homedir keys –detach-sign my.grubtest.cfg

it gives me a bunch of weird errors

ServicesWiki Page IssueImplementation RequestVery LowMediumAdd notification/subscription capabilities when a page ...Unconfirmed
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After talking to Emulatorman, we think this would be a nice feature to add to our Hyperwiki to be able to subscribe to the original page in English to help tracking changing to the translated pages.
This implies to add the email notifications to the dokuwiki system

ServicesHyperWiki/DokuWikiImplementation RequestVery LowMediumProvide binaries for the Ice*-UXP applications in their...Unconfirmed
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This would ease their usage on other distros.

ServicesHyperWeb IssueBug ReportVery LowLowRSS needs fixingUnconfirmed
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Seems deleted items reappearing in the Hyperbola feeds since it gives its feed items empty ID string.

ServicesFlyspray IssueImplementation RequestVery LowLowSetting avatar picture on flyspry at issues.hyperbola.i...Unconfirmed
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So avatar uploading is not working well, and picture is getting minimized to nothing.

ServicesGeneralFeature RequestVery LowLowhyperbola branding - add guidelines to packagesUnconfirmed
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I could not find any regarding using arch or other branded themes. Parabola apparently rebrands some stuff in their libre repository, eg. they have their own parabola-themes-slim package for slim based themes.

https://issues.hyperbola.info/index.php?do=details&task_id=1213&opened=24&status[0]=

Software DevelopmentGeneralImplementation RequestVery HighCriticalPOWER (ppc64le) portingIn Progress
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Task Description

The unfortunate reality is that x86 computers come encumbered with built-in low-level backdoors like the Intel Management Engine , as well as nonfree boot firmware. This means that users can’t gain full control over their computers, even if they install a free operating system such as Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre .

Hyperbola is working hard to fix these issues and getting closer every day, but for the time being, this is why many current Respects Your Freedom (RYF) offerings are refurbished older devices.

For the future of free computing, we need support architectures that do not come with such malware pre-installed, and the Power9-based Talos II promises to be a great architecture example for workstations and servers environments where Hyperbola is focused since is a fully free long-term support distribution.

Devices like this are the future of computing that Respects Your Freedom and for that reason it’s a high priority for Hyperbola port all packages for the POWER architecture (power64le).

Software DevelopmentGeneralImplementation RequestDeferCriticalRISC-V (riscv64) porting + multilib supportDeferred
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The unfortunate reality is that x86 computers come encumbered with built-in low-level backdoors like the Intel Management Engine , as well as nonfree boot firmware. This means that users can’t gain full control over their computers, even if they install a free operating system such as Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre .

Hyperbola is working hard to fix these issues and getting closer every day, but for the time being, this is why many current Respects Your Freedom (RYF) offerings are refurbished older devices.

For the future of free computing, we need support architectures that do not come with such malware pre-installed, and RISC-V promises to be a great architecture example for low-power computers, laptops and embedded systems, also as ARM architecture replacement.

Devices like this are the future of computing that Respects Your Freedom and for that reason it’s a high priority for Hyperbola port all packages for the RISC-V architecture (riscv64) with multilib support.

Software DevelopmentHyperBKImplementation RequestMediumHighDevelop HyperBK based on LibertyBSD kernelDeferred
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Task Description

Develop HyperBK (Hyper Berkeley Kernel) based on LibertyBSD‘s kernel for Hyperbola GNU/HyperBK port.

TODO:

  • Push source to HyperBK’s project.
  • Rebrand LibertyBSD kernel to HyperBK.
  • Implement, develop or import new features such as Nouveau support.
  • Package HyperBK.

PATCHING NOTE

When the check concerns kernel, we obviously want to match with HyperBK.

Example of triplet check:	hyperbk-gnu)
Example of uname check:		GNU/HyperBK)
Example of C macro check:	defined(__HyperBK__)
Software DevelopmentGeneralImplementation RequestMediumHighDevelop GNU/HyperBK patchsetUnconfirmed
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Task Description

Develop GNU/HyperBK patchset for toolchain (Glibc, Binutils and GCC) and packages.

PATCHING NOTE

Make sure the definitions are not simply duplicated from GNU/Linux' because that will eventually result in
out-of-sync definitions that break for us.

Example of triplet check:	linux*-gnu | gnu* | hyperbk-gnu)
Example of uname check:		Linux|GNU|GNU/*)
Example of C macro check:	defined(__linux__) || defined(__GNU__) || defined(__GLIBC__)
				[note: GNU/Hurd defines __GNU__, and GNU/HyperBK define __GLIBC__ as hardcoded macro]
Example of makefile check:	ifneq (, $(filter Linux GNU GNU_%, $(shell uname -s)))
				[note1: findstring matches subwords, use filter instead]
				[note2: list must be the first parameter, otherwise matching fails]
				[note3: "%" is make's wildcard]
Software DevelopmentIceweasel-UXPBackport RequestVery LowMediumRequest browser add-on: New Tab ToolsUnconfirmed
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Name: New Tab Tools
Version: 81 (compatible Firefox version 52)
Source code: Github
Description: Customize Firefox’s. Tabs Page

https://github.com/darktrojan/newtabtools

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/new-tab-tools/

Software DevelopmentIceape-UXPImplementation RequestVery LowMediumRandom agent spoofer for IceapeUnconfirmed
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0.9.5.8.4 version would be good to have.

Software DevelopmentHyperToolsImplementation RequestLowLow[hypertools] create libretools replacementDeferred
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Task Description

Create hypertools to replace libretools package

It’s long period to develop this package.
For now, a systemd-nspawn wrapper is being developed for “libretools”[0]

[0]:https://issues.hyperbola.info/index.php?do=details&task_id=86

Software DevelopmentIceweasel-UXPImplementation RequestDeferLowSwiftweasel-UXP theme for Iceweasel-UXPUnconfirmed
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Description:
Historically, Swiftweasel was a Firefox-based application built on XUL platform around 2007 and abandoned in 2010. It was optimized for several architectures using the following methods such as the Profile-Guided Optimization (PGO) and binary code optimization for computers with limited resources.

Since there are users encouraging us develop a Palemoon-based application , and Swiftweasel contains non-trademarked graphics and logos, we could port Swiftweasel to UXP platform as theme for Iceweasel-UXP.

Software DevelopmentIcedove-UXPImplementation RequestDeferLowSwiftdove-UXP theme for Icedove-UXPUnconfirmed
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Description:
Historically, Swiftdove was a Thunderbird-based application built on XUL platform around 2007 and abandoned in 2010. It was optimized for several architectures using the following methods such as the Profile-Guided Optimization (PGO) and binary code optimization for computers with limited resources.

Since FossaMail may potentially be revived on UXP in the future [0] and Swiftdove contains non-trademarked graphics and logos, we could port Swiftdove to UXP platform as theme for Icedove-UXP.

Software DevelopmentIceweasel-UXPBackport RequestVery LowLowSearch Engine Addon Request: StartpageUnconfirmed
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Icecat currently has the FSF approved addon for Startpage.com.
It would be helpful to have it ported to iceweasel-uxp.
https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Startpage_HTTPS_Privacy_Search_Engine

Software DevelopmentGeneralImplementation RequestVery LowLowARMv7 (armv7h) portingUnconfirmed
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I know you have misgivings about that arm laptop, I mentioned, and arm as a whole, but people will be buying it no doubt.

I think you won’t stop that from happening whether you support it or not. the same is said with other arm laptops such as the MNT Reform Laptop and even the chromebook c201 asus which is questionable but can be run with mostly free software, except for 3D and wifi. (use wifi adapter)

Those are just a few arm laptops that need your support. You may know of others, but yeah, I want you to support as many of the ones that can run mostly on free software, as possible.

But yeah, we don’t know when two of those are coming out, so I understand completely if you want to wait till a more opportune time. But yeah, when you find a chance in the future to support them, please do so.

Software DevelopmentIceweasel-UXPBackport RequestVery LowVery LowRequest browser add-on: FireGesturesUnconfirmed
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Name: FireGestures
Version: 1.11.1 (compatible Firefox version 52)
Source code: Github
Description: A customizable mouse gestures extension which enables to execute various commands and user scripts with six types of gestures.

https://github.com/gomita/firegestures/

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/firegestures/

Software DevelopmentUXP applicationsImplementation RequestVery LowVery Lowa libre version of Navigator, Unconfirmed
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http://repository.binaryoutcast.com/artifacts/navigator-builds/

http://binaryoutcast.com/projects/borealis/

unlike Navigator though, it needs two things: compatibility with seamonkey addons, (the ones that effect web browsing, not the mail email parts)

and to be based off of the latest version of seamonkey, only obviously just the navigator part. I understand this might be hard to implement now, so I can wait if need be, Just thought I would show this to you.

PS, if you ever make HyperBK, port it to that too, but until then, just the os that I mentioned.

Also, last thing, any seamonkey addons that I have already asked for seamonkey, again that aren’t email/mail based, implement them for this too. :)

I will put the severity at very low if that’s okay, just until you have actual time/whatever...

Let me know if this is even remotely possible with this build.

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