Re: keeping spare-time-contributors happy
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Michael Schwendt wrote:
I'm a spare-time contributor too and i happy about bodhi, I think there is a need for a tool like that and i think i have some good features.On Mon, 03 Sep 2007 23:46:44 +0200, Ralf Corsepius wrote:[hans@... FC-6] make build <or oops forgotten> <some time later, hey a bugzilla ticket why I never build foo for FC-6>Ohh? I am permanently nagged with mails reminding me about EVR problesm with packages between FC-6 and FC-7, because I can't push them for FC-7 because, I could not find them in bodhi.That is because of a premature roll-out of the new updates system  where you are expected to enter the full src.rpm %name of each of your builds before the auto-completion would list them with full NEVR. Honestly, I have no idea how the major package contributors like Hans handle that for their many a dozen packages. ESR would have run wild.  Which otherwise comes with several good features, such as a web ui and announcement mails. -- Fedora-maintainers mailing list Fedora-maintainers@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-maintainers
* link to bugzilla reports, that get updated when a package is push to testing & stable.
* update notes.
* testers can comment the update.
* easy push to testing & stable & unpush
I only maintain a couple of packages so i don't have any problems, but i can see that for people there maintain a lot of packages, there need
to be taken some steps to make there life easier.
* Command line tool to submit updates to bodhi, there can be integrated with the CVS Makefile
Allready in works.
* Better package lookup when adding new updates.
I have created a local bodhi instance ( https://hosted.fedoraproject.org/projects/bodhi/wiki/Development)
and tested the latest upstream code, the typeahead lookup is much better.
But the easiest way would be a button on the package build in koji to launch a populated new update in bodhi.
This has to be done in koji.
I have asked Luke, where i can help and i have started to checkout the code and is started to hack on some of the open tickets.
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