jaeger changed the topic of #crux to: CRUX 3.7 | Homepage: https://crux.nu/ | Ports: https://crux.nu/portdb/ https://crux.ninja/portdb/ | Logs: https://libera.irclog.whitequark.org/crux/
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<ppetrov^> jaeger, yes -- I'll change it to something more descriptive
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<ppetrov^> ok, here it is: https://github.com/slackalaxy/crux-ports
<ppetrov^> have nice holidays
<cruxbot> [core.git/3.7]: meson: update to 1.0.0
<cruxbot> [core.git/3.7]: libdevmapper: update to 1.02.189
<cruxbot> [core.git/3.7]: man-pages: update to 6.02
<cruxbot> [opt.git/3.7]: graphviz: update to 7.0.5
<cruxbot> [opt.git/3.7]: btrfs-progs: update to 6.1
<cruxbot> [opt.git/3.7]: dovecot: update to 2.30.20
<cruxbot> [opt.git/3.7]: tcsh: update to 6.24.07
<cruxbot> [opt.git/3.7]: lvm2: update to 2.03.18
<SiFuh> farkuhar: Still missing one package in the post, the third package arrived with the 100 M4x10 stainless steel Philips screws. I told the woman to leave a note saying not to forget the 5 missing M4x8 SS Buttonhead screws. When the package arrived I find 105 M4x10. So they didn't even bother to replace the missing M4x8 Buttonheads, just gave me 5 extra M4x100 Philips. When I saw the message she had written she
<SiFuh> didn't follow exactly what I asked her to write. Instead she wrote "Please remember the missing 5 from the last order"
<ppetrov^> the screws saga continues?
<SiFuh> Yeah. I have enough for what I want anyway
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<ppetrov^> obligatory "so, you are not screwed"
<SiFuh> Yep :-)
<SiFuh> Wonder where dlcusa is. Haven't seen him around for a while
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<farkuhar> prt-get printf '%n^%i^%M\n' | awk -v FS="^" '{ if ($2=="yes") mcount[tolower($3)]+=1 } END { for (m in mcount) printf("%i ports maintained by %s\n",mcount[m],m) }' | sort -n
<farkuhar> stenur must have a very minimalist installation, with only 333 ports installed.
<farkuhar> Here's the output of that pipeline on my system: http://ix.io/4ju6 The two highest-count maintainer lines are responsible for over 300 of the ports I have installed.
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<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: libsigc++: 3.2.0 -> 3.4.0
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: appstream: 0.15.5 -> 0.15.6
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: gtk4: 4.8.2 -> 4.8.3
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: kodi-gbm: 19.4 -> 19.5
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: kodi-wayland: 19.4 -> 19.5
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: libmediainfo: 22.09 -> 22.12
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: libzen: 0.4.39 -> 0.4.40
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: mediainfo: 22.09 -> 22.12
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: python3-multidict: 6.0.3 -> 6.0.4
<cruxbot> [contrib.git/3.7]: python3-phonenumbers: 8.13.2 -> 8.13.3
<cruxbot> [opt.git/3.7]: webkitgtk: 2.38.2 -> 2.38.3
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