On Fri, Oct 18, 2019 at 4:57 AM Simon Lees email@example.com wrote:
Once the "consensus" was found the next step seems to have been that it then went through a internal SUSE change process to be accepted into SLE which is the fate that has been mentioned in some cases. Because of that and rpmlint now being fixed hence why people think it is ok to drop it. rpmlint has been undergoing major changes so I guess that's why it took so long for that part to fall into place otherwise i'm sure they would have started being removed sooner.
rpmlint upstream still maintains a Group tag check, openSUSE downstream modified this to match its own policy (different groups set, etc.), but now it's disabled like in Fedora's rpmlint policy.
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