Currently hammer-import-config-file builds and uploads the converted cfg-files, with an option to say "do not upload". It is more useful to the Sat6 user, to have the created-puppet-module tree available, to be imported into Sat6 'correctly'.
Switch the default behavior to 'just generate'. Change the name of the switch from --generate-only to --upload-modules.
Since this issue was entered in Red Hat Bugzilla, the release flag has been
set to ? to ensure that it is properly evaluated for this release.
This is actually not a good idea. Uploading compiled-puppet-modules is the Way It's Done for Sat6. Sat5 customers using cfg-files are not generally puppet-savvy. the default should be "do it for them" - they can choose to not-upload when/if/as they become more adept at puppet-world.