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Please fix your FTBFS bugs, Alpha freeze 7/15 approaching

I spent a good bit of time today de-duplicating a whole lot of bugs on
the FTBFS blocker list.  I apologize for any duplicates my scripts
caused; turns out I got bit by a bug in bugzilla[1] which was
returning a truncated list of dependent bugs, so my scripts didn't see
there was already a bug open against many failed packages.

Those 245 that remain open are listed here:

I've also started a full rawhide rebuild using today's tree, with hope
that more can be closed with the current packages.  With luck it'll be
done over the long weekend.

As per the FTBFS policy enacted by FESCo a few weeks ago, packages
with remaining FTBFS bugs, and no line-of-sight to resolution, may be
considered for removal following the F10 Alpha release (Alpha freeze
is slated for 7/15).  Please give your packages the love and feeding
they need to avoid this fate.

[1] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=453902


Matt Domsch
Linux Technology Strategist, Dell Office of the CTO
linux.dell.com & www.dell.com/linux

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