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[edit] Fedora Weekly News Issue 84: Errata

From time to time, we issue an Errata to correct Fedora Weekly News[1] published in previous week. We apologize for any confusion it may cause. If you feel a news needs to be corrected, please submit an "Errata Request" to Fedora News Team[2] .

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[edit] Developments: Errata

In this section, we cover Errata in Developments section in previous issue.

[edit] Erratum #1

In FWN Issue #84, in the section entitled "Mass Package Rebuilds - Papering Over Cracks or Shaking the Tree?" we erroneously wrote:

"JohnPoelstra posted details of the Release Engineering Meeting[1] . ThorstenLeemhuis was against one of the decisions made in the meeting: the rebuilding en masse of all packages at Test2 release time."

This should have read:

"JohnPoelstra posted details of the Release Engineering Meeting[1] . These included a note that a mass rebuild of all packages around, but no later than test2 will be considered in the future. ThorstenLeemhuis mentioned in a reply that he was against rebuilding en masse all packages for each cycle."

[edit] Erratum #2

In FWN #84, in the section entitled "Packaging Extensions for Mozilla Applications: Security Implications" we misattributed an opinion to VilleSkyttä:

"VilleSkyttä remembered [2] a conversation from the past that suggested there was some interest in packaging the extensions. He was specifically interested in making it easier to obtain a 64-bit version of enigmail."

This was in fact ThorstenLeemhuis, not VilleSkyttä.

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