There are few actions to take for f26
- ffmpeg update to 3.3 (along with x264/x265/gpac)
The question there is do we merge from master the packages that need
rebuild (mplayer/mpv/kodi at least) or do we issue a specific rebuild
commit. I would prefer the former as the latter will break merge
ability for some users.
(Note that the question still stands for those that want to update
ffmpeg in f25), so yet I don't understand what voters are on...
- issue with gcc on c++ packages
Some packages might requires to be rebuilt again with the newer gcc.
We probably can't rebuild everything at this point, but after the
ffmpeg update is made, I will it would be fine to rebuild every
missing c++ applications for more safety.
- driver repository.
This is a request from the Fedora Workstation group to have a
dedicated driver repository they can allow by default:
This is discussed here : https://bugzilla.rpmfusion.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4477
It's still unclear what is really needed, but I'm on this along with
some nvidia packaging improvements theses days.
Then there are the usual pending infra tasks, I will send a separate
emails about what is needed.
But if one could take the lead for the above two actions it would be fine.
The rules of RPMFusion is move all packages to Fedora when it is
possible , after be in Fedora we may retire it in Fusion ...
So don't see any problem .
On Wed, 2017-05-03 at 13:41 -0400, Christian Schaller wrote:
> Hi Sergio and Nicolas,
> Red Hat legal has now given the go-ahead for shipping mp3 encoding
> with Fedora. I noticed you were the last persons to add a changelog
> entry to the lame package in rpmfusion. Would you be interested in
> migrating the package to the Fedora repositories? Any other mp3
> encoding library is also ok to move over now.
> Christian F.K. Schaller
Sérgio M. B.
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Subject: mp3 encoding now ok
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So just wanted everyone to know that we now have the go ahead to ship mp3 encoding in Fedora too. So anyone involved with packaging
mp3 encoders can now start migrating them to the Fedora repositories. We are still in the process of evaluating other codecs.
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These packages are the remain packages that not build in F26 mass-
pdflib-lite-7.0.5-10.fc26 (rfbz #3891)
new: (I added the source with rfpkg new-sources today)
tarsnap-220.127.116.11-2.fc26 , openssl 1.1 related.
I'm building assaultcube now which also upload the sources today ...
Sérgio M. B.