Re: An update on RHEL moving to

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On Sat, Sep 9, 2023 at 1:05 AM Brendan Conoboy <blc@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> RHEL making this change does not imply or require that Fedora do the same.

I am neither suggesting Fedora should do so, or
not do so, but just as a hypothetical, should Fedora
choose to do so, do you know if RedHat would be
amenable for such use of for
Fedora bug tracking(*).

My concern is that especially for packages that end
up being both in Fedora, and in EPEL (of which I
have a few) there are occasionally tightly related
RHEL issues, and the advantages of having "one
pane of glass" to follow the dependencies has
had some advantages for me personally.

(*) I am not a strong fan of jira, but neither am I
a strong fan of bugzilla.  Both have certain
goodness, and badness, and ugliness.  But
they both mostly work.
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