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Really cool to see you packaging this up.

Do you have plans to keep it up-to-date? I’m noticing that homeassistant · PyPI is at 2022.12.1 already.

Looks like a bit of package renaming conflict going on, on F37:

  file /usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/jwt/ from install of python3-pyjwt-2.5.0-1.fc37.noarch conflicts with file from package python3-jwt-2.4.0-3.fc37.noarch
  file /usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/atomicwrites/ from install of python3-atomicwrites-homeassistant-1.4.1-1.fc37.noarch conflicts with file from package python3-atomicwrites-1.4.0-13.fc37.noarch

Hi Brian, I do my best to keep up-to-date everything I build on Copr though I can’t really (yet?) automate builds for this project

Yeah, it’s a mess because I decided to build hass for many different versions even though I primarily use it on EL.
I encountered that error before in other situations and it usually means something must be rebuilt after a new version of some package has been built and the package that generates the error depends on it

I think you have something installed that depends on older versions of pyjwt and atomicwrites. Since Hass generally asks for the latest version of packages, the problematic packages should be rebuilt with the newer version of both pwjwt and atomicwrites or alternatively uninstalled