I will update PyX, a Python graphics package, to version 0.14.
Since version 0.13, released in December of 2013, that PyX transitioned from python 2 to 3.
So the new version (and version 0.13 before) only supports python 3, while version 0.12 was a strict python 2 version.
The update will be pushed to f23+.
Hi Fedora devels and other folks,
Adam Samalik and me we create a first proof of concept Fedora Developer
Testing instance is already available here .
**Fedora Developer Portal* is a new place for developers and not only
for them, providing information about tools, projects, technologies
and other features that are packaged in Fedora.
This page would be mainly used for developers building on Fedora and
help them with tools.
But of course other users can use main technologies developed on Fedora.
It is plan to have reference to this portal from .
What is possible structure of Fedora Developer Portal is on  page
under section *'Structure'.
*If anyone is interested with helping us to create this portal please
clone repository 
and provide any contents.
We will review it together with other colleagues and add it to this Page.
UX design is going to be discussed and reviewed by Mairin. Thanks for
Some discussion about this portal is on Env&Stack mailing list.
What Fedora developer portal should cover at all is here  and can be
extended of course.
GitHub repository for content is .
GitHub repository for website is .
Feel free to send us any comment or improvements. We would like to
improve Fedora for developers.
Just contents are missing.
Red Hat, Inc
[gil@localhost SRPMS]$ scp jamm-0.3.1-1.fc22.src.rpm
scp: /home/fedora/gil/public_html//jamm-0.3.1-1.fc22.src.rpm: Disk quota
Package "soundconverter" will still have the initial owner, but over
the past five years I've been the only one to work on the package.
I really would have liked the occasional commit from someone else.
It has not been a low-maintenance package. Lots of bugs, race-conditions,
debugging and fixing required. Upstream contact has been good.
What else could be interesting for someone who would like to take
The current version is based on Python 2 and GStreamer 0.10.x.
There is a bit of work already on creating a version based on
Python 3 and GStreamer 1.0.x API, but nothing usable yet.