Most GNOME and GTK-related Python packages have GNOME:Factory as their
devel project. There are a few, however, that still have
devel:languages:python as their devel project:
python-gnome-extras (recently removed from openSUSE:Factory)
As part of our general reorganization of Python packages, packages
that are of primary interest to a particular toolkit should live in
that toolkit's devel project. However, the GNOME:Factory versions of
these packages link to the devel:languages:python packages, rather
than the openSUSE:Factory ones. So that means I cannot request a devel
project change myself.
Would it be possible with someone access to GNOME:Factory change the
link target of these five packages there to openSUSE:Factory (or break
the link in the case of python-gnome-extras) and then request a devel
project change for them to GNOME:Factory?
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