Per discussion with Matěj, we would like to replace urllib2_kerberos with urllib_gssapi as part of https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/kerberos-in-python-modernization
urllib2_kerberos is not depended on by any package in Fedora, so this change should not be too disruptive. If you would like to be involved in maintaining urllib_gssapi, I am happy to grant you access.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 28 development cycle.
Changing version to '28'.
Guessing only main admin can do this.
Just to note that urllib_gssapi package seems to miss a lot in the quality department. https://github.com/pythongssapi/urllib-gssapi/issues/3
I am not even sure whether it does anything, not mentioning its testsuite is useless.
Before we dump too hard on urllib_gssapi: note that it's just a port of the urllib2_kerberos code to use python-gssapi, nothing more.
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