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josefStallman wrote

I use copr all the time, yeah.

Copr isn't one repository like the AUR, it's broken up into a ton of small repos. A user can create a repo and fill it with packages of their choice.

Copr is accessed through dnf. The command for doing so is dnf copr enable hostuser/repository where hostuser is the user that hosts the repository and repository is the repo's name. For instance, the recommended repository for Rofi is yaroslav/i3desktop, so if you wanted to enable it, it would be dnf copr enable yaroslav/i3desktop.

After that you can just download any of the packages in that repository from whatever package manager you use.