Here’s your report of what has happened in Fedora Program Management this week. Fedora 29 will reach end of life on 26 November. Elections nominations are open through 13 November.
- Orphaned packages seeking maintainers
- Some Python 2 packages will be removed in mid-November.
- The Fedora Council is condering an extension to the Minimization Objective
- I wrote post about how to accomodate Flock in the release schedule. If you have opinions, please chime in on the devel mailing list thread.
|Open TestCon||Beijing, CN||30–31 Mar 2020||closes 10 Nov|
|CentOS Dojo||Brussels, BE||31 Jan 2020||closes 18 Nov|
|FOSDEM Distro Devroom||Brussels, BE||2 Feb 2020||closes 1 Dec|
|Indy Cloud Conf||Indianapolis, IN, US||26–27 Mar 2020||closes 21 Dec|
- Volunteers needed for the Fedora booth at FOSDEM
- Testers wanted for testing multi-builds gating for rawhide packages in staging
- Friday with Infra — Friday
- 13 November — Elections nomination deadline
- 26 November — Fedora 29 EOL
Submitted to FESCo
- Modules In Non-Modular Buildroot (FESCo ticket #2255)
- Annobin used by Bodhi (FESCo ticket #2268)
- iptables-nft-default (FESCo ticket #2269)
- Translation platform migratration to Weblate (FESCo ticket #2270)
Rejected by FESCo
Community Application Handover & Retirement Updates
- Elections — Blocking issue was fixed (https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure/issue/8253)
- Fedocal — jlanda hitting permission error in communishift https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure/issue/8274
- Nuancier — Benson Muite is now working on OIDC authentication. We are emailing him to check the progress and if he needs any help
- fpaste — Updated fpaste CLI appears to have landed in EPEL. Writing a commblog about it. Sunset date: 1 December 2019.
- Badges — GDPR query under investigation