I confirm that Linux 5.9.13 fixes my issue with Dell Precision 7510. I compiled that kernel from source. It's not just GNOME X11 that is affected. GNOME on Wayland works when I login, but I get a kernel panic on reboot.
Regression on Dell Precision 7510, with Intel and nVidia video, using an internal monitor (Intel) and external monitor (nVidia). Getting flicker on internal monitor, messages in journalctl:
(WW) modeset(0): hotplug event: connector 95's link-state is BAD, tried resetting the current mode. You may be leftwith a black screen if this fails...
kernel-5.19.11-200.fc36.x86_64 is OK. GNOME on X11. Fedora 36 updated to the current updates-testing.
The update is functional. The font is selectable in GNOME Terminal and looks good. Only variable fonts are included, which is good. The font files are identical to the ones in the GitHub repository https://github.com/googlefonts/RobotoMono
When creating a new appointment in Evolution, the timezone resets to Atlantic/Reykjavik. If changed manually, it's reset to Atlantic/Reykjavik again when saved. I'm using evolution-3.42.3-1.fc35.x86_64 with corporate calendar in Office 365 through evolution-ews. The whole company is in America/Los_Angeles, and that's my local timezone setting. Restoring libical and libical-glib to version 3.0.13-1.fc35 fixes the problem. The timezone has the correct default and can be edited and saved.
I had a crash described in #1761095 before updating to this version. I did the same thing that crashed ABRT before (closing the parent window while the child window was running), no crash this time.
The icon for desktop selection in gdm is oversized. Some icons in gnome-shell are not showing, notably the terminal. The icon for restart in the gnome-shell menu is missing, its bounding box is oversized. Many other GUI defects. Downgrading to shared-mime-info-1.12-2.fc30.x86_64 resolved the issue (although xorg-x11-server crashed during the downgrade).
Tested autotype successfully with Firefox and Chromium. It doesn't work with text editors, but I think it's OK. Made a note of it on #1636596