According to schedule, the f37 is in the 4th of October:
There is a need to sort out which "feature" we want to have in our GA
- Package that need to be removed (Leigh has removed some)
- Adapt comps
- others ? (please state).
On my side I want to rework the ffmpeg package to get back to normal
(so conflicts with fedora will be restored) and only drop a libavcodec
freeworld replacement in an additional dedicated sub-package (with
ldconfig override) to complement the fedora counterpart.
It means the best of two worlds:
- Having our ffmpeg build to be fully autonomous.
Do not require small pieces of fedora ffmpeg, and don't wait for
counterpart updates, which have been "dramatic" in the past, specially
- It will also provide a means to complement the fedora ffmpeg-free
one from the same package (and to not require a dedicated build,
Of course, I persist in the statement from Common_Bugs
So I don't want to be involved in bugs that would occur in the
fedora/original/counterpart/complement packaging myself.
But I'm open to review/ease anyone willing to maintain this solution.
This also opens the discussion for a mesa-freeworld solution. As I
have provided various hints to do so in different places (like
Beyond that I hope Fedora 37 will be a good release!