What I meant by
is in reference to bugzilla’s own notice:
PRIVACY NOTICE: Red Hat Bugzilla is an open bug tracking system. Activity on most bugs, including email addresses, will be visible to registered users. We recommend using a secondary account or free web email service (such as Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, or similar) to avoid receiving spam at your primary email address.
I don’t like the idea of names and email addresses being visible, and don’t feel like dealing with another email address just for this purpose.
Otherwise I would be happy to file bugs and help debug issues. My reference to github wasn’t an endorsement of its platform, but rather pointing out the contrast in what information it forces to make publicly visible.
Anyways, this is a bit off topic. It seems the latest version of
glances just wasn’t built for Fedora 30, for some reason. Maybe just an oversight and not a technical reason? In any case it’s quite strange.