Peter Robinson wrote:
Well given it's based on Fedora and most of the pre work happens
Fedora (hence the request for ensuring the conditionals are correct) I
think that's relatively upstream. Also a lot of the packages actually
have the same specs in Fedora/RHEL/CentOS, a lot of the RHEL stuff is
rebased regularly and those maintainers keep things in sync, but like
everything different maintainers work in different ways/workflows so
some do diverge over the lifecycle of a RHEL release, but that's
generally seen quite easily via the centos dist-git instance.
That's just all the more reason to publish the branched packages in CentOS
Git as soon as they're branched, or even maintain them in Fedora dist-git.
But I'm not holding my breath for it to happen any time soon.