(Or: Is apps.fedoraproject.org broken?)
Looking for information on the
python3-colorlog package earlier, I followed the Bug URL link in the RPM metadata (abbreviated output):
$ rpm -qi python3-colorlog Name : python3-colorlog Version : 4.1.0 Release : 1.fc31 Architecture: noarch Source RPM : python-colorlog-4.1.0-1.fc31.src.rpm URL : https://github.com/borntyping/python-colorlog Bug URL : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/python-colorlog Summary : A colored formatter for the Python logging module Description : "colorlog.ColoredFormatter is a formatter for use with Python's logging module that outputs records using terminal colors."
…That redirects to https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/python-colorlog/bugs/all, which in turn produces another redirect with very strange contents:
A 302 redirect to some port for a service (that is most assuredly not running) on localhost?! What’s up with that?
And perhaps as a result, python-colorlog has no listing at apps.fedoraproject.org. It does, at src.fedoraproject.org. But its Fedora Packages listing has gone AWOL. (Or, perhaps, moved to my localhost!)
Then I started checking my own packages:
- mpdris2 exists at src, no sign at apps
- python-webscrapbook exists at src, no sign at apps
- gedit-plugin-editorconfig exists at src, no sign at apps
- ncmpc exists at src, no sign at apps
- frotz appears on both src and apps
Out of 5 packages, only one is listed at apps.fedoraproject.org. What gives?