--- Comment #19 from Ben Beasley <code(a)musicinmybrain.net> ---
(In reply to b38ghk29 from comment #18)
Please advise as to the current version of fedora core in use for
Reviews are generally done using Rawhide, the development version of Fedora
Linux. Reviewers use the “fedora-review” tool to help find things that need a
second look, and you can run it too; it saves a lot of time if you’ve already
handled the issues that the tool can find automatically.
Rawhide is where an approved package would initially appear. You could then
request branches for other supported releases (f34, f33), or for EPEL
(epel8/epel7). See https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fesco/Updates_Policy/
You can do your development on another version, like Fedora 33 or 34, using
). Some people even
use CentOS or RHEL. You’ll have the best results using a release that’s
currently receiving updates rather than one that’s end-of-life (Fedora 32 or
Please see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Package_Review_Process
you are not yet a Fedora packager.
(The name “Fedora Core” was last used for Fedora Core 6, in 2006.)
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