Qt 5.11.0 will be coming to rawhide soon.
I'll be importing git sources first starting later today, and then proceed
to do requisite builds in a side koji target (
https://pagure.io/releng/issue/7516 ). Will get builds moved over to
rawhide when that task is complete.
= Proposed System Wide Change: Node.js 10.x as default Node.js interpreter =
* Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh at redhat dot com>
A major upgrade to the newest LTS release of Node.js for Fedora 29.
== Detailed description ==
Node.js releases a new LTS version each year and will support it for
around 18 months, which makes it the ideal candidate for use with
Fedora. Node.js 10.x was released recently and is already available as
a module for Fedora 28 and Fedora 29. This Change proposal is to make
10.x the default version shipped with Fedora 29.
== Scope ==
* Proposal owners:
Node.js SIG will need to upgrade the `nodejs` package in Fedora 29 to
10.x (the same package as is available in modules for F28)Node.js SIG
will need to update any `nodejs-*` packages in Fedora 29 if they
require changes to run on Node.js 10.x, or else retire those that no
* Other developers:
As this is a major update to a language interpreter, packagers of
Node.js modules will need to test that their software remains
* Release engineering:
The upgrade *may* require a side-tag while updating the `nodejs-*`
packages. This is not yet certain.
RelEng ticket: https://pagure.io/releng/issue/7537
** List of deliverables:
Does not ship on default media.
* Policies and guidelines:
No changes expected
* Trademark approval:
N/A (not needed for this Change)
JBoss EAP Program Manager
Red Hat Czech s.r.o., Purkynova 99/71, 612 45 Brno, Czech Republic
My name is Eamon Walsh and I am submitting my terminal emulator
multiplexer server and qt5 client, TermySequence. This is a terminal
multiplexer capable of reconnecting to itself, designed for use with SSH
and in containers. It supports iTerm2 shell integration, ls --hyperlink,
and many other features. The project home page is linked below.
I have worked with Fedora and RHEL for many years. In a previous job, I
was an SELinux developer and made contributions to X.org and Xen.
TermySequence is packaged in COPR:
Review requests (will swap reviews):
Terminal multiplexer server, runs as systemd user service
Qt5 Desktop application, client of the terminal multiplexer
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