- Module metadata definitions
A modulemd-packager format is used to define how to build a module.
A modulemd format, (a.k.a. modulemd-stream) is used to define the end result which is distributed to end user systems.
A modulemd-defaults is used to defined a default stream and default profiles.
A modulemd-obsoletes is used to define an end of life of a module and its replacement.
A modulemd-translaations is used to define localized descriptions of modules and other human-directed messages.
- General issue tracker for Modularity
General issues that are tracked here.
- Modularity on Pagure
Pagure is the default place for most of our git repositories.
- Modularity on GitHub
GitHub is an alternative place for some of our repositories.
Other teams and working groups
- Modularity and SELinux
Documents related to SELinux support in Modularity
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