Recommended way of proposing changes in someone else Fedora packages configuration

Christopher ctubbsii-fedora at
Sun Oct 18 14:57:27 UTC 2015

To support this, I try to keep a mirror in GitHub for my packages... But
it's hard to stay in sync sometimes and nobody really knows it's there.
It'd be nice if this were supported directly, perhaps by automatically
mirroring all packages in GitHub, like the ASF does, and emailing
maintainers when activity occurs.

On Sun, Oct 18, 2015, 09:36 Marcin ZajÄ…czkowski <mszpak at> wrote:

> Hi,
> I would like to propose a minor (yet important) change in one of the
> Fedora packages configuration (a SPEC file and/or a patch). Is it
> possible to create (something like) a pull request which could be
> reviewed by the maintainer in some convenient way (*) and optionally
> merged? Or the only way is to create a patch and put it into a Buzilla
> ticket?
> (*) - a given package repo could be forked and published to GitHub with
> a change in a separate branch. The new repo could be added locally by a
> maintainer (as a new remote Git repository) and that new branch could be
> merge into master and pushed to Fedora repository. Nevertheless it
> requires some knowledge about Git and a few manual Git commands to execute)
> Marcin
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