On Fri, Aug 18, 2017 at 02:13:17PM -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
There's an important consequence of this that I only realized
pkgdb had an API endpoint, 'collections', which was useful as a
reliable source of information about available Fedora releases and
their status. It still exists now, until pkgdb is entirely turned off:
but as pkgdb was made read-only on August 4th, its data is outdated. It
shows Fedora 24 as 'active' (rather than 'EOL'), and it has not had
Fedora 27 added (as would usually be the case when it branched).
I swear we talked about this somewhere before. I can't find the ticket,
though. My suggestion was to simply replace or redirect to a static
page until a replacement can be created. I think it was a pagure ticket
somewhere, but I'm not sure where.
Fedora Project Leader