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In this project, the regular development snapshots of the GNOME project are being published.

In order to make use of this project, the user MUST have openSUSE:Factory/Tumbleweed repositories enabled; this is the only semi-tested and semi-supported solution.
Note that having any "stable" release repos (like openSUSE Leap) is NOT supported, and will break your system and harm some random kitten.

If you encounter issues, please contact the gnome-team on #opensuse-gnome on irc.opensuse.org
or https://matrix.to/#/#gnome:opensuse.org

Not unlikely, you will be asked to open an issue on gitlab.gnome.org or file a bug at bugzilla.opensuse.org (preferably with upstream directly).


If you want to use this repo, please make sure that you do zypper dup --from GNOME:Next (or whatever name you elected to name it), to ensure that you pull in everything that is needed from here.


The project is tracing gnome 41 (starting from gnome 40 release)

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BRLTTY is a background process (daemon) which provides access to the
Linux/Unix console (when in text mode) for a blind person using a
refreshable braille display. It drives the braille display and provides
complete screen review functionality.


Updated accessibility stack + packages for testing

This project was created for package webkit2gtk3 via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package at-spi2-core via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package speech-dispatcher via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package xdg-utils via attribute OBS:Maintained

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libcuefile is a library for working with Cue Sheet (cue) and Table of Contents
(toc) files.

Maintainer Bugowner

libreplaygain is a library that analyzes input samples and give the recommended
dB change.

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Musepack is an audio compression format with a strong emphasis on high quality.
It's not lossless, but it is designed for transparency, so that you won't be
able to hear differences between the original wave file and the much smaller MPC

It is based on the MPEG-1 Layer-2 / MP2 algorithms, but has rapidly developed and
vastly improved and is now at an advanced stage in which it contains heavily
optimized and patentless code.

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