Todd Zullinger writes:
That package is now in the rpmfusion-free repo for f28, on
the master rpmfusion mirror. It should sync out to other
mirrors in the next few hours/days. Thanks to Nicolas
Heh, so I guess I manually installed the rpmfusion rawhide repo, in order to
get another laptop up and running today, all for nuthin' :-)
Chauvet for pushing that out and to you, Sam, for filing the
ticket. (I'll admit that I was a bit worried when I read
the replies in the rpmfusion ticket.)
Yes, that was somewhat …unexpected.
I talked to a few folks in #fedora-devel on IRC today who
told me that the f28 cisco-openh264 repos are being worked
on between the Fedora release engineering team and the folks
at Cisco that handle the open264 packages. Apparently, they
are intended to work reasonably well.
The Fedora wiki page that mentioned that repo states:
"This page was last edited on 10 May 2016, at 11:56."
So, I sort of presumed that the repo's been stable for a while, hence why I
thought it was odd that dnf couldn't sync to it, now. It didn't occur to me
that it needs a manual kick for a new release; thought it would be taken
care of when a branch for a new release gets created.
I installed the f27 packages in f28 to test and that was not
sufficient for H.264 on youtube though. That might be the
same thing you did. (I just changed $releasever in the
fedora-cisco-openh264 repo to 27 to install.)
No, I went the compat-ffmpeg28 route. Even that won't be necessary when
Firefox 60 lands, from the looks of it.