Re: bodhi: Adding "new package"
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Ralf Corsepius wrote:
On Sat, 2007-09-01 at 10:09 -0500, Mike McGrath wrote:Tim Lauridsen wrote:José Matos wrote:What about a button inside a koji packages to add the the package as a uddate i body.On Saturday 01 September 2007 06:10:19 Ralf Corsepius wrote:Can we please have a better method to insert packages to "new updates"? Or even better: Can we have some sort of "browser" in bodhi, which contains all "koji-built and yet unreleased packages"?+1This could have some kind of filter, like the release. This would be even better.RalfYou guys all know better then to post this to the list - https://hosted.fedoraproject.org/projects/bodhi/And you probably know what "increasing the pressure" means? You bodhi and rel-eng guys know about this bodhi usability deficiency for quite a while, but nothing much seems to have improved on this matter since - Actually, this issue becomes really annoying :(
http://docs.python.org/ then http://turbogears.org/ then https://hosted.fedoraproject.org/projects/bodhi/browserincreasing pressure does nothing to people who don't have enough time and resources to get their current stuff done. I can't emphasize enough how much we need more people looking at the code we're running and doing work on it. You can complain all you want but right now Luke is pretty much the only guy working on Bodhi. There's only a handful of people doing 99% of the coding for Koji, Plague, pkgdb, bodhi, and mirrormanager. I don't think anyone disagrees that all of these tools can use some polish but mindless comments on the mailing list don't help anyone. Those of you wanting something done, create and own a ticket and see it through until it gets closed.
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