Latest version of armadillo 3.800 has changed the license from LGPLv2.1
The only user of armadillo in Fedora (for now) is mlpack licensed as
LGPLv3 so the change will have no impact in other packages.
I will update to the latest version initially in rawhide and then on F17
and F18 since 3.6 is no longer maintained and 3.800 is API backwards
compatible with previous 3.x versions.
I'm happy to announce the availability of the new released version 1.5.0 of
Clojure. This release contains several bug fixes and language enhancements.
Detailed information are available of the upstream's website
The new built package of clojure should hit Rawhide in the next days.
The "the-board" project hasn't seen almost any development upstream and it
currently doesn't build in rawhide due to previous gjs API changes.
I just don't have the time to try and reviving it these days, so I'll
orphan the package.
Let me introduce myself .
My name is Klearchos-Angelos Gkountras phonetic ( Clearchus-Angelos
Ngudras) . I am from Greece and I would like to maintaining some
packages for the project . And I would like to join the collection
Thanks for your time and assistance
Klearchos-Angelos Gkountras <kleagkou(a)gmail.com>
I noticed that drpm support is now built into yum and that yum-presto is
obsoleted. I don't see anything in the yum man page or the standard config files
on how to control whether drpms are used. Can it be done without
installing/removing the deltarpm package?
I've searched but have not found any packaging documentation or development
discussion about policy files for applications. Should a package just install
it's .policy files in /usr/share/polkit-1/actions? Is there an rpm macro for
And what about naming them? Besides ending in .policy and making a sensible
reference to the package and action, is there a recommendation or requirement?