Which needs updating? According to who?Repology shows you in which repositories a given project is packaged, which version is the latest and which needs updating, who maintains the package, and other related information.
Repology drops revision suffixes, "-1" in this case, as they are useless to it. If you've looked at packages page, you'll see the unmodified version. So you are wrong, it is not outdated.Lets take a look at the repology NetHack stats. Oh dear: AUR is heavily outdated according to them. They use version
3.6.0.r728.gf715224 while a newer one is out. Yet when I search the AUR repository index for NetHack it clearly shows me the availability of 3.6.0.r728.gf715224-1.
Repology's list of outdated packages is outdated
Repology just didn't know of Fedora updates repositories. It does now. And it doesn't change the whole picture at all.Seems this is a structural problem... According to Repology Fedora 24 and 25 still use the highly outdated NetHack version 3.4.3. When I check Fedora's package index on NetHack however it shows me something different once again: versions 24, 25 and 26 all use a 3.6.0 version. Most definitely not 3.4.3.
You cannot make any conclusions based on examining a single sample out of 126700.My conclusion: this website is hardly credible nor trustworthy. Best to ignore this one.