I’m using the Notion window manager (fork of ion3) and noticed that there is no official package inside the Fedora repositories rather than other distributions. So, on Fedora you currently can either manually download and use old RPMs or compile later versions yourself.
It would be nice if Notion was available in Fedora’s repositories. I guess, I’m not the only one who uses that window manager and furthermore Fedora is pretty common. I remember that ion3 was inside Fedora’s repositories once (years ago), before ion3 was officially canceled by its developer.
Unfortunately, I’m not into building RPM packages. However, I guess putting Notion into a repository should not be hard for an experienced developer (or whoever provides the packages).
Currently, I’m using an older version (3.x, version 4.x is the latest) I still have as RPM. However, using an outdated version is not a wise permanent solution either…
Well, it just would be great if there was a maintained package available. I also checked for it in other third-party repositories, without success.