Re: An update on RHEL moving to

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> Am 11.09.2023 um 18:14 schrieb Neal Gompa <ngompa13@xxxxxxxxx>:
> What it did do was make my life harder trying to build up and sustain
> the pagure contributor community.
> Thankfully, pagure development *isn't* dead and after the mailman
> stack stuff is sorted out, I can go back to working on Pagure 6.0.

Maybe a bit OT: I like that and  I am very glad to hear that (the continuous development of pagure, not the harder life). Pagure is very efficient and straightforward to use. And at least for what I do for Fedora, it is (almost) perfect and Gitlab a pain the … 

I’m not a python developer, but maybe I can help otherwise (testing, documentation,…)

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