How exactly is SSPLv1 "aggressively discriminatory towards people of a
specific class"? How exactly did you determine that the purpose was to spread
FUD, and what do you describe as "commercial users"?
John M. Harris, Jr. <johnmh(a)splentity.com>
The system-config-kickstart package in Fedora is on a very low
maintenance status at the moment. It is not really promoted much as a
tool that people should use, however I know some people still use it (or
at least did).
But now we are at a cross roads. system-config-kickstart needs to move
to Python 3.x which is going to be required by pykickstart soon.
Currently system-config-kickstart is all in Python 2.x. Given the
near-deprecation state of the software, I propose one of the following
1) Mark system-config-kickstart as obsolete in rawhide and remove it.
It can then slowly fade away in the remaining supported releases
branches it exists in.
2) Someone in the community who wants to keep it around volunteers to
take over both ownership of the package and upstream maintainership.
This individual would port system-config-kickstart to at least Python
3.x and continue maintaining it as long as people want it around.
David Cantrell <dcantrell(a)redhat.com>
Red Hat, Inc. | Boston, MA | EST5EDT
I created new selinux-policy build with support new class: xdp_socket
I don't expect any big troubles in rawhide, it passed my basic testing,
but if you'll face any AVC where there will be class xdp_socket, please
let me know ASAP.
Software Engineer, Security Technologies
Red Hat, Inc.
I am orphaning xsel as I don't have time to maintain it. The recent gcc update means xsel no longer compiles.
I am not sure if it is worth maintaining xsel when xclip is packaged as well, so if someone think so, please take the package.
I just orphaned `glacier-cli` package.
It is command line utility for AWS Glacier service. I no longer use the Glacier and instead I am using B2, therefore I
am not using this package at all.
It need some love: update to recent version, migrate to python3 and I do not want to spend my time on this.
Feel free to take it if you want to.