I appreciate the help, but it is misplaced. If you really want to help, to do by helping to fix the packages with broken dependencies.
Adding provides would fix the broken dependencies, sure, but it would be lie, sip no longer provides those interfaces (and packages depending on them would have runtime breakage).
Indeed breaks ABI for both packages that depend on re2 according to repoquery: perl-re-engine-RE2 and qt5-qtwebengine
ldd -r /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl/auto/re/engine/RE2/RE2.so undefined symbol: _ZNK3re23RE25MatchERKNS_11StringPieceEiiNS0_6AnchorEPS1_i (/usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl/auto/re/engine/RE2/RE2.so) undefined symbol: _ZNK3re23RE223NumberOfCapturingGroupsEv (/usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl/auto/re/engine/RE2/RE2.so)
the qtwebengine one already documented in previous comment. I'll comment in bug #1672014
Can this go stable soon? I ask because pyotherside needs to be included in recently-submitted Qt 5.12.4 update too, FEDORA-2019-64c013e73f Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns. If I include a newer pyotherside build in the Qt update, it will obsolete this one. Let me know how you'd prefer to proceed.