Neal Gompa píše v Út 18. 07. 2017 v 16:03 -0400:
On Tue, Jul 18, 2017 at 4:00 PM, Matthew Miller
> On Tue, Jul 18, 2017 at 09:41:30PM +0200, nicolas.mailhot(a)laposte.n
> et wrote:
> > Then I'm glad there is absolutely no plan to preempt flatpack
> > technical assessment by shipping one or more GNOME apps as
> > flatpack-only, leaving Fedora users for whom flatpack does not
> > work
> > yet behind, and bypassing distribution consensus processes.
> Please tone this inflammatory rhetoric down. It's not helpful. When
> said you wanted this part of the thread to close, I thought that's
> you meant and took it seriously.
> Here, I assume you're talking about no one having packaged GNOME
> Recipies (apparently _written_ as a Flatpak proof of concept) in
> traditional RPM form. But, we can't make *any* upstream author
> their stuff in RPM for us.
> But, if you want that as an RPM in Fedora, _no one is really
> you_. Go for it!
> If you're talking about something else here, then I missed it
> completely and encourage you to be more straightforward and stick
> the technical.
I think he's worried that applications might intentionally get left
behind that someone would want.
Also, GNOME upstream doesn't do the packaging for Fedora GNOME
That's the Workstation WG's job. Just like how the KDE SIG packages
the Qt/KDE stack, the Workstation WG (aka GNOME SIG) does this for
I don't think this is entirely true.
The mission statement of Workstation Working Group:
"The Fedora Workstation working group aims to create a reliable, user-
friendly and powerful operating system for laptops and PC hardware. The
system will primarily be aimed at providing a platform for development
of server side and client applications that is attractive to a range of
developers - from hobbyists and students to developers working in
It's a group that focuses on building a desktop OS based on GNOME, yes,
that involves packaging of a sizable part of the GNOME stack, but that
doesn't mean that it's their job and obligation to package (any) GNOME