If you didn't get a chance to see it, the talk I gave at Flock is up
. I'm linking this not
for self-promotion but to give a heads up that some of the work
related to this talk may start to land in Fedora. Some of the boring
cleanup work will just go in but for some of the bigger pieces
I'll post here to see if anyone has any objections.
The goal is to eventually get a src-git that we can use as the daily
driver for most of the Fedora work. When that switch over will actually
happen depends on when we get a tree that meets Fedora needs. I don't
want to regress Fedora or violate any packaging guidelines or make
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me.