OpenShot released a new version 2.4.4 earlier this week, so I'm readying
new builds of the libopenshot-audio, libopenshot, and openshot packages for
the f29 and f28 branches.
libopenshot-audio is still FTBFS in rawhide due to GCC 9, so the new
version *won't* be built there. I seem to recall that this exact situation
was presented as an example scenario that would exempt a package from the
"must be built in rawhide first" rule, though I can't find that particular
exception now. (Nor can I even remember whether it's an rpmfusion rule, or
part of the Fedora packaging guidelines themselves.)
Anyway, just a heads-up to explain the unusual situation.
(Regarding the libopenshot-audio FTBFS problem, it's been reported upstream
but the developers wanted to get the release out first before tackling it.
Hopefully now that's been done, we'll see some movement on GCC 9
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