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References
Pagure is the default place for most of our git repositories.
Other teams and working groups
https://pagure.io/modulemd[Module metadata definitions (modulemd)]
https://pagure.io/modularity/issues[General issue tracker for Modularity]
https://pagure.io/group/modularity[Modularity on Pagure]
https://github.com/fedora-modularity/[Modularity on GitHub]
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SELinuxModularity[Modularity and SELinux]
GitHub is an alternative place for some of our repositories.
General issues that are tracked here.
Documents related to SELinux support in Modularity
A modulemd file is used to define a module, and also to provide metadata for the end result. This is a specification of the file. We are currently on version 1 of the specification with version 2 due very soon.