Today I upgraded my home computers to Fedora 37.
I’m using some software that don’t have any rpm available for Fedora 37.
Some of these applications, I used them every day and I couldn’t work on my machine without them. Hamster is one of them, I use it for time tracking. However the project seems to not be maintained for some time. I use it with the Gnome-Shell extension too.
I also regularly use sysbench compiled with libmysql from MySQL.
The last package is the one of an application I blogged recently, Projecteur.
If you are also using those applications or if you want to try them on Fedora 37, here are the packages I made for my computers:
Thanks for this! I use Hamster also and it broke on upgrade to Fedora 37, your package works fine. Something about Python often seems to run into trouble, and as I almost never use it personally I find troubleshooting very difficult. I found an alternative at https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/neteler/hamster-time-tracker/ but that also doesn’t work, failing to install due to python dependencies.