Python3 was not available in RHEL7 for a long time hence ABRT did not contain addon for catching such exceptions.
In the upcoming release of Cockpit (144) users can now simply work with ABRT. This integration makes it easier for admins to watch over their machines and easily find what problems has occurred on them.
We’ve recently added Fedora 26 to retrace.fedoraproject.org. We were unable to do that in branching time, because of insufficient disk space. This has been resolved now. And you can report your crashes on all current Fedoras now.
Monitoring of failures in Kubernetes nodes is now improved once more.
Enabling systemd-coredump by default is from the perspective of ABRT the biggest change in Fedora 26.