singularity-3.1.1 was just released upstream, and I think it is at this
point compatible enough with singularity-2 to upgrade it in EPEL6 and
EPEL7.  I have had singularity-3 releases in Fedora for over 3 months,
but have been holding off on EPEL upgrades because it is a complete
rewrite in another language (golang instead of C) and initially had some
incompatibilities.  There is no more development happening in
singularity-2, although the startup company that supplies long term
support for singularity-2 (Sylabs) has promised to release any security
patches that it develops.

Is there any objection, or any process that needs to be gone through, in
order to do this type of major upgrade in EPEL?


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