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BZ#1876014 mozilla-noscript-11.0.42 is available
BZ#1870896 mozilla-noscript-11.0.41 is available
BZ#1867396 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.29.0 is available

no regressions noted

no regressions noted

no regressions noted

works fine

Works.

Works for me..

BZ#1867396 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.29.0 is available
BZ#1861922 mozilla-noscript-11.0.38 is available
BZ#1860667 solaar-1.0.3 is available
karma

Works fine here..

BZ#1860667 solaar-1.0.3 is available
BZ#1857445 mozilla-ublock-origin-1.28.4 is available
BZ#1851594 libmatroska-1.6.0 is available

Tested ok. No loss/breakage of functionality noticed.

BZ#1842056 mkvtoolnix-48.0.0 is available
BZ#1851593 libebml-1.4.0 is available
BZ#1851594 libmatroska-1.6.0 is available

@carlwgeorge Yes, it is. This is a media-processing library. It handles user-supplied data, potentially over the network. Therefore, it's security sensitive. If I didn't update libebml and libmatroska, I wouldn't be able to update mkvtoolnix past version 47. With mkvtoolnix's monthly release schedule, Fedora 32 would be around 10 releases behind upstream by the time it goes EOL. In my opinion, this was unacceptable, hence the update.

Is it a good idea to ship an update the breaks ABI and changes library sonames to a stable Fedora release?

https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fesco/Updates_Policy/#stable-releases

BZ#1842056 mkvtoolnix-48.0.0 is available
BZ#1851593 libebml-1.4.0 is available
BZ#1851594 libmatroska-1.6.0 is available