That's exactly what it says. I don't think we want to direct users to use
an ancient version or something that's soon to be retired. Perhaps the
article should be updated to use an upstream provided package, or another
On Thu, Nov 7, 2019, 4:00 AM Miro Hrončok <mhroncok(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 06. 11. 19 14:27, Ben Cotton wrote:
> Hi Story Teller,
> We were looking at your article "Build your own cloud with Fedora 30
> and nextcloud". Since Fedora 31 is out, it might be better to use that
> as the reference version. Can you please make any updates needed for
> F31 or let us know if it needs to stay on Fedora 30?
As a side note:
I cannot see that preview, but note that nextcloud is orphaned in Fedora
latest packaged version is 10.x (from 2016), while upstream is at 17.x.
It is full of CVEs:
If no new maintainer is found, it will be retired in ~6 weeks.
Does this article suggest to dnf install nextcloud from the Fedora repos?
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