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fffb8b7... by Steve Langasek

Unseed octavia, has not passed MIR for this cycle

3da2eb1... by Steve Langasek

Move language-selector-common to the desktop-common seed

The history indicates this is useful for the server installer, but:
- the server installer makes no use of it
- if it did, it could be seeded in the installer squashfs instead of in the
  rootfs where it would be unused post-install
- nearly everything this package will install is specific to desktop
  (fonts, input methods, ...)
- seeding it in standard also pulls it into cloud images, which is where
  I noticed this as a result of LP: #1871538

I think this should be pushed up to desktop-common given its actual usage.

d400284... by Michael Hudson-Doyle

just delete the supported-installer-server seed completely

f504adb... by Dan Bungert

Drop probert - subiquity snap brings own copy

Current subiquity brings a specific copy of probert in the subiquity
snap, so this copy is redundant at best.

39cc382... by Brian Murray

Merge remote-tracking branch 'mwhudson/drop-jasper' into impish
drop long dead jasper package from supported-installer-desktop

39ff18a... by Michael Hudson-Doyle

drop long dead jasper package from supported-installer-desktop

888f0b2... by Steve Langasek

binary package name, not source package name

07effb6... by Utkarsh Gupta

Add python-aws-requests-auth to supported-misc-servers

LP: #1915445; needed for Google images.

5aabc9e... by Utkarsh Gupta

Add prips to supported-misc-servers

LP: #1930207; needed for Google images.

7de8786... by Steve Langasek

directly seed xz-utils in standard.

Was previously pulled in as a dependency of mime-support, and this is a
widely-used compression format that we should keep installed by default
along with gzip. bzip2 has also dropped out of the seed, but not seeding
this directly as that is a compression format that is largely superseded
by xz in practice.