I’ve submitted the following packages to the fedora repositories:
golang-github-d4l3k-messagediff-1.1.0-0.2.git29f32d8: new snapshot build fixing support for go 1.9 (changes)
gala-0.3.0-0.git120.87f4a.1: new snapshot build hiding the multitasking switcher launcher in non-Pantheon DEs (no other changes)
golang-github-cznic-golex-0-0.2.20170803.git4ab7c5e: new snapshot build (changes)
syncthing-0.14.35-2: initial package (finally!)
elementary-theme-5.1.0-1: minor upstream update, including initial support for GTK+ 3.22 (changes)
audience-0.2.4-1: minor upstream update (changes)
syncthing-0.14.36-1: unscheduled bugfix update (changes)
So, finally, an official syncthing package from fedora is available (on rawhide). Packages for fedora 25 and 26 will be built as soon as some fedora infrastructure problems (fedora-infrastructure issues 6240 and 6236) are fixed.
I’ve pushed the following builds to my COPR repositories:
syncthing-0.14.34-1: scheduled upstream security update
syncthing-0.14.35-1: unscheduled hotfix update
syncthing packages will now no longer be pushed to the
decathorpe/syncthing COPR repository, since they are (or will soon be) available from the official repositories.