On 07. 11. 19 13:33, Paul Frields wrote:
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.
And known to be insecure. I don't think we should do that.
article should be updated to use an upstream provided package, or another
I don't want to discuss whether recommending that is a good marketing for
Fedora, but we definitively need to switch the recommended installation method,
or postpone the article until a new maintainer is found (and only change the
method if there is none).