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2018-10-06 23:45:10 -0500 Medalha recebida  Pergunta boa (fonte)
2016-08-31 20:51:54 -0500 Resposta comentada How can I propose a new version of an existing package?

Thank you. It's good to see that the availability of a new version was already signaled in July. There are actually multiple ways to get information about packages, which is good, at the same time it's probably what drove me to ask for the right place to submit any such request. However, bugzilla seems to be the lowest common denominator and the most proper way in the end. I'm new to Fedora and happy so far. Very professional environment.

2016-08-31 14:06:15 -0500 Medalha recebida  Torcedor (fonte)
2016-08-31 14:05:53 -0500 Medalha recebida  Acadêmico (fonte)
2016-08-31 14:05:21 -0500 Resposta comentada How can I propose a new version of an existing package?

Great. At first I had some doubt about Bugzilla as the recommended platform for such requests, now I know what to do. Thank you very much.

2016-08-31 13:22:47 -0500 Medalha recebida  Estudante (fonte)
2016-08-31 13:13:07 -0500 Perguntou How can I propose a new version of an existing package?

Hi all. I got lost in the Fedora Wiki trying to figure out what is the best way to propose the adoption of version 3.8.1 for llvm/clang, because it's a bugfix version, released at the beginning of July, but both Fedora 25 Alpha and Rawhide still ship version 3.8.0, which is basically the same already shipped with Fedora 24. Also, MyPaint is still at version 1.1, although a new stable version (1.2) with many improvements has been released upstream in January. How's that some packages don't make it to be included even when they are released much long before the Milestone freezes of Fedora? I'm not sure how to find the answers I'm looking for. I'd need to make sure that my doubts haven't already been addressed in some way by the respective maintainers, just to avoid making redundant requests. For that, I need to know where to find news about those packages and in case how to ask to update to the said versions. Thank you.

EDIT: An interesting question (and related anwers) or all Fedora users.

I could add COPR

and Flatpak

as new ways for seamlessing installing packages not in (or newer than those in) official Fedora repos.