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Bugzilla Products for Fedora Core and Fedora Extras merged


Until yesterday, bugzilla.redhat.com was living in the past,
holding onto the former glory memory of a separate Fedora Core and
Extras.  Thanks to the hard work of our bugzilla admins, bugzilla has
caught up to the present and those products have been united under one
simple name, Fedora.  All old bugs targeting Fedora Extras or Fedora
Core now target Fedora instead.  All packages which were once a part of
Fedora Core or Fedora Extras are now members of Fedora.

As part of this change, owners.list has been updated.  This was largely
a trivial replacement of "Fedora Extras" or "Fedora Core" with "Fedora"
but in a few places the package had been present in both Core and
Extras.  For these, the packages have been merged with the owners and
initialcc list for each being combined.  This means that a few packagers
in Extras who gave up their packages to Core maintainers or vice versa
may now be listed as a co-owner.

You can check whether this is the case for any of your packages by
checking out the current owners.list from cvs:
  CVSROOT=:ext:URSERNAME cvs fedora redhat com:/cvs/extras cvs co owners

and verifying that your name is associated with the packages you wish.

If everything is fine, nothing needs to be done.  If you want to make a
change, please follow the procedure here:

to make your change requests.


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