Recently, in , we hit an issue about SHA1 signatures in - Pavel wrote it down redhat.com/en/blog/rhel-securi

If you still sign packages using SHA1, you should read it.

We upgraded servers. Read the highlights docs.pagure.org/copr.copr/rele The biggest change is the support of Kerberos (we will write more about it soon) and better throughput (useful for large projects).

We have deployed a new version of . Here are the changes docs.pagure.org/copr.copr/rele Biggest change is that we sign C9S (Centos 9 Stream] using SHA256. Which makes C9S usable (again).

is under huge load (thx python guys). I love these moments because bottlenecks and corner cases pop up.

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