On Wed, Dec 01, 2010 at 11:20:28PM +0100, Henrik Nordström wrote:
ons 2010-12-01 klockan 14:37 -0500 skrev omalleys(a)msu.edu:
> I was looking at today. Today the project has a handful of builders.
> How does the project get on track to appear to be a viable solution,
> rather then a secondary arch that is 2 releases behind to someone
> unfamiliar with the project? What is the easiest way to get there
First step is to massage the builders until F13, F14 and finally rawhide
can be shadowed automatically and we can focus on actual arm issues more
than stupid build issues.
This is doing very good progress, and should from what I understand
settle in a couple months. At the moment the build farm is working hard
on catching up.
AFAICS there are already lots of high level packages sucessfully built
in koji for F13, therefore I assume he base comps packages are probably all
built already, too. So it should already be possible to install F13 on
a arm box or is there some necessary package missing?
It seems that the major problem is, that there is no Fedora 13 arm repo,
e.g. the wiki  suggests that the packages are available at
but I cannot find F13 packages there: