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  • svntogit-packages

    Automatic import of svn 'packages' repo (read-only mirror)

    There was a related fix for that recently

  • mycroft-youtube-skill

    Allows mycroft to search for and play youtube videos via voice command.

    The Mucroft Youtube app, no offence, sucks in UX compared to the website or the Android TV Youtube App. I'm talking of this one:

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  • QGnomePlatform

    QPlatformTheme for a better Qt application inclusion in GNOME wasn't it made by Fedora/Red Hat?

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