On 20 January 2012 11:12, Russell Golden <niveusluna(a)www.niveusluna.org> wrote:
I maintain mozilla-https-everywhere, and upstream is going to
version 2.0 soon. I hope. Anyway. If 2.0's only changes are new
supported sites, would it be acceptable to push it to EPEL, or should
I just use the repo I already have on repos.fedorapeople.org? If
indeed the only change is new rulesets, backporting would make the
resulting package 1.x in name only.
I think this would be ok.
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