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This scan IRI module properly now.

perl-Git-Repository-1.318-1.fc24 requires a module from a new perl-Git-Version-Compare-1.001-1.fc24. You should merge the two updates into one.

karma

It bootstraps without Test::Deep successfully.

I reported the authentication issue into Bugzilla as bug #1317579.

The perl-open package is in F23 since perl-4:5.22.0-346.

karma

I cannot authenticate with packagedb-cli-2.11-1.fc23. I can with packagedb-cli-2.10-2.fc23. It prints error "ServerError(https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/api/package/rpms/perl-Time-HiRes/monitor/nobuild, 200, Error returned from json module while processing https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/api/package/rpms/perl-Time-HiRes/monitor/nobuild: Expecting value: line 2 column 1 (char 1)" and then an "OpenID transaction in progress" HTML page.

If you don't need quota package, you can uninstall it. If you have problems with the selection of packages installed by default, you should aim you effort to comps group and those who added quota there.

This not a bug in the miniz-devel package. Every Epackage is the EPEL repozitory is available in x86_64 and i686 variant. The issue is there is no glibc-headers.i686 package to fulfill the dependencies on glibc header files. I will correct change to dependency from glibc-headers to gcc as conform C guidelines, but it will not fix the issue for you. The real fix would be to exlude the miniz-devel.i686 from x86_64 EPEL repozitory. But I worry EPEL does not support it. This is a release engineering deficiency in multilib handling when composing repositories. Simply do not install miniz-devel.i686 on x86_64 machine. Install miniz-devel instead.

There is a subpackage for rpc.rquotad since Fedora 23. But you cannot split it in already released Fedora because of compatibility.

Harald, I is pitty your empathy for rpc.rquotad users is so low than you can deny a fix for them.

karma

This one looks good, it preserves ABI.

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Fedora 21 is not supported.

Fedora 21 is not supported.