elasticsearch has failed to build since f24.
The failure is in prep/sources (the sources file wasn't updated with the last package update), so due to never creating a koji build on mass rebuilds it's never shown up in the FTBFS list.
With the java stack in modules now, I don't think it can be built currently.
* retire it now and re-add it after ursa-prime lands so you can use the java stack to build it.
* retire it and make a module for it.
* something else?
If there's not a good reason to keep it, I'd suggest we retire it in rawhide/f31 asap.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 32 development cycle.
Changing version to 32.
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