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ignore me #87421
* gtk toolbar to actionbar https://github.com/elementary/switchboard-plug-security-privacy/releases/tag/2.2.3 (cherry picked from commit e7d592e)
https://github.com/elementary/applications-menu/releases/tag/2.6.0 (cherry picked from commit dd80559)
See inline comment; this is currently broken and not going to continue working on python2 without significant effort, so mark it python >= 3.6 only. https://hydra.nixos.org/build/114680648 https://hydra.nixos.org/build/115518949 CC @NixOS/nixos-release-managers ZHF: #80379 (cherry picked from commit f9bc195)
The new wording does not assume the user is upgrading. This is because a user could be setting up a new installation on 20.03 on a server that has a 19.09 or before stateVersion!! The new wording ensures that confusion is reduced by stating that they do not have to care about the assumed 16→17 transition. Then, the wording explains that they should, and how to upgrade to version 18. It also reviews the confusing wording about "multiple" upgrades. * * * The only thing we cannot really do is stop a fresh install of 17 if there was no previous install, as it cannot be detected. That makes a useless upgrade forced for new users with old state versions. It is also important to state that they must set their package to Nextcloud 18, as future upgrades to Nextcloud will not allow an uprade from 17! I assume future warning messages will exist specifically stating what to do to go from 18 to 19, then 19 to 20, etc... (cherry picked from commit a1efbdb)
According to my analysis the last critical fix went into v5.4.23, I have confirmed this by running WebGL over night and haven't seen a single i915 GPU hang. Lets remove the notes from the release notes.
tbenst changed the title
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May 9, 2020
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May 9, 2020
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