Today is F30 EOL, so I doubt this will get to stable. I just asked a question at as to why the update that was just obsoleted didn't get submitted to stable automatically at 14 days (which would have gotten it to stable by now).

Just out of curiosity, why didn't this get submitted to stable automatically at 14 days?

BZ#1836699 mozilla-noscript-11.0.26 is available
BZ#1825039 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.26.2 is available
BZ#1825050 mozilla-noscript-11.0.25 is available
BZ#1820622 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.26.0 is available
BZ#1813501 mozilla-noscript-11.0.23 is available
BZ#1797341 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.25.2 is available
BZ#1782610 mozilla-noscript-11.0.15 is available

Works fine in casual use.

Works fine in casual use.

BZ#1763778 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.24.2 is available

I have not used signed/encrypted email in a long time, so am not willing to test this, but can confirm that this update makes Enigmail available again in the latest version of Thunderbird.

BZ#1752435 enigmail version 2.1 needs to be packaged to work with thunderbird 68
BZ#1756060 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.22.4 is available

Works fine in casual use.

BZ#1751683 mozilla-noscript-11.0.3 is available
BZ#1713383 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.22.2 is available

Works fine in casual use. Firefox reports "1.22.2" now as expected.

Also, as an aside, mozilla-noscript hasn't been updated in a long time. The current Fedora build is 10.2.1, upstream is 11.0.3. It looks like mozilla-ublock-origin is monitored by but mozilla-noscript is not?

Firefox shows a Version number of 1.22.0, not 1.22.2 (which I'm pretty sure is coming from the new version since the stable updates version is 1.19.2).