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  • Add-on Metadata Initiative – Update

    Before Christmas I started an initiative with an objective to write AppStream metadata for app add-ons and get them to Fedora packages and ideally upstream. So what are the results after two weeks?

    In terms of attracting the community to join me in the effort, it’s been a failure. Maybe everyone just took time off during holidays which is also a good thing, we need to switch off from time to time. Maybe it’s just not an attractive objective for people. Anyway only one other person edited the wikipage and it was just added info about already existing metadata.

  • DNF 1.1.5 Fixes A Number Of Bugs
  • DNF 1.1.5 and DNF-PLUGINS-CORE 0.1.15 Released

    New year is there and so new release of DNF and DNF-PLUGINS-CORE. A lot of bugs have been fixed, improved speed of bash completion and documentation has been reviewed. Download plugin has been extended with two additional options. Read complete list of fetures and bug fixes for DNF and DNF plugins.

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