On 09/12/2017 02:36 AM, Troy Curtis Jr wrote:
Do I surmise correctly that Bugzilla tickets are only to be created
there is a packaging issue preventing python3 "compliance", and not if
upstream needs to be updated first to support?
That is correct, we usually create
Bugzilla tickets only for packages
which already support Python 3 upstream but do not provide a Python 3
version of the package for Fedora or if there are any issues with the
Python 3 package.
If so, is there a different resource that is used to track any
research done into upstream that identified the need for changes? Or
is the assumption that there would be discussion on the upstream
mailing list or an issue in their project specific tracker and thus a
Bugzilla entry would be redundant?
Yes, source code porting to Python 3 is usually
discussed in e.g. GitHub
issues of upstream projects or in upstream mailing lists.
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