On Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 7:46 AM Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh(a)redhat.com>
This message is directed at anyone who maintains a Node.js package in
On Friday, FESCo approved the Fedora 29 System-Wide Change to move the default
Node.js interpreter to the 10.x LTS stream. This means that we will need to
ensure that any NPM packages that are present in Rawhide must work on 10.x.
What you need to do if
== ... your current package works fine with both Node.js 8.x and 10.x ==
No action required.
== ... your current package doesn't work with 10.x ==
A) It has an upstream release that does (or you can patch it to work)
- - Prepare the upstream package and build it in Rawhide during the week of June
25th through the 29th. I will update the Node.js interpreter in Rawhide
sometime on Friday, June 22nd so it will be in the buildroot.
B) It cannot be made to work with Node.js 10.x at all
- - If this package is still valuable to have when people are using the 8.x
module stream, contact me directly and we will coordinate including it in the
- - If this package is no longer useful, retire it by June 29th.
As of now, Node.js 10.5.0 is in the Rawhide buildroot. Please proceed with
updating nodejs-* packages.