On Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 1:32 AM Christopher <ctubbsii(a)fedoraproject.org>
It is my intention to orphan js-jquery1 and js-jquery2. Does anybody
to take them over?
These very old versions of jQuery have security issues that I do not have
time nor expertise to maintain. Upstream's last patch for either of these
occurred over 2 years ago. Everybody should be using jQuery 3 by now
(js-jquery). Anything older is insecure and unsafe.
Personally, I think they should be retired, but I don't know (or have time
to check) to see if that would cause problems for anybody.
I've orphaned js-jquery1 and js-jquery2.
For those packages which still depend on them, I strongly recommend that
you update your package to depend on the latest version of js-jquery.
Also, as an aside, I noticed that jquery1 appears to be bundled into
nodejs-flot; that should be fixed. In fact, I think nodejs-flot and
ghc-js-flot need to coordinate to remove the duplication, since they are
both are packaging flot... but in very different ways.