Re: An update on RHEL moving to

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On Fri, Sep 15, 2023 at 1:28 PM Colin Walters <walters@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> My point is only partly about the HTML, but about the ecosystem surrounding it (CI is a really big one) but really the total user experience (account system, uptime, moving issues), etc.
> The bigger point I want to make here is that one of the roles of Fedora obviously is to be an upstream for RHEL.  To state the blindingly obvious thing, RHEL made a decision to centralize on Gitlab.  Having Fedora be on pagure creates IMO unnecessary friction for me.  I would be quite curious to get some sort of survey of other engineers for how they feel.  I'm sure there's some that disagree with me, to be clear - at least one already responded.

Fedora is also the upstream to Amazon Linux. It is (partly/indirectly)
an upstream to other RPM distributions. If you're implying we (Fedora)
need to follow what our downstreams do for development; process; and
infrastructure decisions, then there's going to be a problem because
RHEL is not the only one, nor is it even the most used one.

I will also point out the last time we followed RHEL into something,
we got the modularity system. That itself is an indicator that
inverting the relationship for decision-making is a bad idea.

Simply put, that is *not* how the relationship works when we want it
to work well.

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