You can discuss the problem and its solutions here, but please note that debugging and technical feedback should primarily go to the issue trackers (e.g. Bugzilla) linked in the Common Issue, because that’s the place that developers watch, not here.
If there are any updates/changes/amendments for the Common Issue description, which you believe should be performed, please post it here.
Another way to mitigate is to skip the rpmfusion version and use the negativo17 multimedia repository: Negativo17 Multimedia. Negativo17 is not designed as a complete replacement for rpmfusion, but depending on your needs, it may be good fit.
Alright, it’s not stated here but there really is mesa inside that repo. It’s not clear how it differs from Fedora, presumably it contains even patented VA drivers, but does it change anything else? I’d have to compare the spec files.
I don’t think it’s a good idea to rely on a third-party repository for such important system packages like Mesa, but everyone is free to do what they like. I wouldn’t want to forward people to a full mesa rebuild from our official Common Issue description, though.
RPMFUSION isn’t part of the Fedora Project. It’s a 3rd party repository. This issue is a direct result of people using a third party repository for mesa, so that ship has sailed. Your argument is a distinction without a difference. My sole point was to tell people about another 3rd party repository that includes mesa, that doesn’t experience this problem. Fedora does not endorse the use of 3rd party repositories. If they did, Fedora Legal would most likely have issues with that.
RPMFUSION relays on the mesa-filesystem from the official Fedora repository while negativo17.org distributes a own package.
My personal doubts about negativo17 is the anonymity.
What is RPM Fusion?
RPM Fusion is a repository of add-on packages for Fedora and EL+EPEL maintained by a group of volunteers. RPM Fusion is not a standalone repository, but an extension of Fedora. RPM Fusion distributes packages that have been deemed unacceptable to Fedora.
My point was not to lobby people to choose one 3rd party repository over another, or to encourage the use of a 3rd party repository. As I mentioned above, this problem is a result of people using a 3rd party repository and I was simply pointing out an alternative that doesn’t experience the problem. Again, Fedora does not endorse the use of RPMFUSION or any 3rd party repository.