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Yes, that is indeed

Yes, that is indeed unfortunate and might be hurting both projects. At least if you think it is as important as I think it is ;-)

Let's hope Red Hat understands this may benefit them and opens it up to the general public. Or at least make it possible to access them without an entitlement (subscription).


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