Just a note that python-fslpy currently has an autogenerated Requires on rtree==0.8.3, so if users have that installed, they will not be able to install this update. We're in conversation with fslpy upstream to update their requirements to the newest rtree here: https://github.com/pauldmccarthy/fslpy/issues/7
It does seem to be a server side error. Using a different client (https://github.com/benapetr/stikkit) also gives the same behaviour. I'll get in touch with the server folks and see what can be done. It's got to be a weird edge case with parsing the spec I reckon.
$ fpaste -l rpmspec < python-nibabel.spec Uploading (6.6KiB)... https://paste.centos.org/view/fbcfa1e9
$ cat python-nibabel.spec | fpaste -l rpmspec Uploading (6.6KiB)... https://paste.centos.org/view/3372fe3a
$ fpaste python-nibabel.spec Uploading (6.6KiB)... https://paste.centos.org/view/6771fd45
Is your spec file correct?