EDIT: This was moved here, and I was not even given a chance to reply since the thread was closed before I even saw the thread because I check forums every 1-2 days. This is really unacceptable and says a lot about the people behind Manjaro, I'm done here since this is not going anywhere, the thread has been locked without even giving me a chance to say anything. What are the forums for really? Why was the thread moved just to be closed the next day? Blatant abuse of power.
Just for the record, what really seems off to me is a broken package (not a regular bug in the software itself) being pushed to the stable branch like this. And about the Arch bug tracker, surely if Manjaro is grabbing a lot of packages from Arch it would be a good idea to have a look there. I'm not very familiar with their bug tracker, but I bet there are rss feeds, email notifications, filters or other things to make it more manageable. In the off chance this is not at all possible there are still a few other things to try.
There are many steps involved in pushing an update from source code all the way to stable repos, and I guarantee you a broken package that fails to start 10 out of 10 times in every setup is never a good thing and something is wrong somewhere and there are several things you can do to improve the situation. All I see here are excuses like an example of a completely different issue in Ubuntu, poor attitudes and overreacting. Again I'm not 100% familiar with Manjaro's updating process so I'm probably missing some things, but I'm certain this is an important issue that needs to be addressed in some way. It's a rolling release distro, but there still has to be something to do that doesn't require enormous amount of time and effort to prevent people from receiving broken packages for days (sometimes weeks?) after a stable update.
That makes sense, I guess Manjaro just isn't as stable I thought it was. Sounds like the package was automatically pushed to testing/unstable/or whatever other branch to be part of the next update, no one even did the most basic kind of testing (just trying to start the program) for around 4 days and then this happened. That package version was in the arch repos for almost a month before the bug report. I know it's not a super popular package, but it's still concerning how little testing some packages can get.
As for Arch, it got fixed really quickly after the bug report while in Manjaro for some reason it's still broken after around 3 days. This is not an issue for me, I can just downgrade the package. But I can't expect newer users to have to deal with these kind of things. I'll probably stick with Manjaro, but I don't see myself recommending it to anyone who isn't willing to deal with broken packages from time to time.