On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 9:37 AM Neal Gompa <ngompa13(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The nuance is usually that ISVs often are forking packages and
maintaining their own fixes without being a regular contributor to
Okay. So are:
38. As an ISV developer who contributes to Fedora, I can fork a
dist-git repo via mirroring, make changes, and submit them back to Fedora as applicable so
that I can contribute to Fedora.
39. As a distro developer, I can fork dist-git repos via mirroring, make changes, and
submit them back to Fedora from my Git server so that I can contribute to Fedora.
distinct from a requirements perspective? It seems like 38 could
either be a part of 39 or of a general contributor workflow, depending
on how the ISV developer is working. It's not clear that 38 provides
any additional information other than another persona.
He / Him / His
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