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