@dustymabe and I were discussing this on irc and we came up with
flatpak-module install https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org//packages/thunderbird/stable/3720230208160301.1/images/oci-image-sha256:fefc42854ab0909f91ce33dca6ccaca0de78339e120da57b23e6e902723926ba.x86_64.tar.gz to downgrade to the previous version, if anyone else needs to get this worked around quickly.
Ah, I see. Thanks for clearing this up! Could you also file all the details in bugzilla, please, so that @limb who dealt with the first crash can see this? You could perhaps open a new ticket, or maybe just re-open https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2169837 and add the details there.
As I understand it, the update to transmission 4.0.0 caused transmission-daemon to start crashing and transmission-4.0.0-2.fc37 didn't fix it completely. transmission-4.0.0-2.fc37 was however pushed to stable updates so it's already broken now for everybody.
This update (4.0.0-3.fc37) didn't fix the crash, but it wasn't supposed to either - it contained an entirely unrelated change. When you compare it to the 4.0.0-2.fc37 update that's in stable updates, this update doesn't make the situation for the crash worse - it's the same. In other words, you could say that this update doesn't regress compared to 4.0.0-2.fc37.
This is an important distinction because the feedback and karma in Bodhi is supposed to be for regression testing.
@aptupdate Is that a regression compared to transmission-4.0.0-2.fc37 build from https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2023-e83dc0e6cb ? There shouldn't be any changes in how the daemon is built between the 4.0.0-2 and 4.0.0-3 builds.