[gammastep] gammastep requires geoclue2, feature can be disabled
gammastep currently in the community repos: https://www.parabola.nu/packages/community/x86_64/gammastep/
it lets users "adjust the color temperature of your screen according to your surroundings", similar to redshift (which afaik it is a fork of), but it has Wayland support unlike Redshift.
since it requires `geoclue2`, it conflicts with `your-privacy`.
geoclue2 is completely optional so I made small changes to the Arch PKGBUILD to remove it and everything works great.
the PKGBUILD is attached. is it possible/likely to have this added to the libre repositories?
A better option would be to move the neutered geoclue2 from nonprism-testing into nonprism and then delete all the nonprism packages that are there solely to remove geoclue2.
This would greatly reduce the maintanance load and catch ant packages that feel the need to add geoclue2 in the future. The changes to neuter geuclue2 were minor config and compile changes (no code patches) and thus it's a pretty quick and simple package to maintain.
It shouldn't break anything it's just geoclue2 compiled with a bunch of location services disabled at compile time and the mozilla-api-key nulled
It's probably out of date. I put it together a ways back and due to health reasons haven't had much time to look at it.
You'd have to enable the nonprism-testing repo to see the package but as it is a bit date it's probably better just to pull the PKGBUILD from: