In the past few months we have been creating test repositories in Fedora
tests git for components used in rhel.
These repositories contain tests from RedHat which we decided can be
public. With the intention of allowing public contributors to add tests of
their own or review our test and then use these tests in public centOS
We would like to know when a maintainer of a package wants to add tests to
Fedora in this way, is this ci(a)lists.fedoraproject.org the correct place to
ask for help with the process or issues when something does not work?
Would it be a problem for you if people ask questions about writing tests
or test organization?
Do we need our own separate mailing group for this purpose?
Just a heads-up there is an outage of Fedora CI from last week, sorry for
They hope to resurrect the instance until tmrw.
On Mon, Jul 24, 2023 at 12:33 AM Andrei Stepanov <astepano(a)redhat.com>
> Hey there,
> Just a quick heads up! The https://osci-jenkins-1.ci.fedoraproject.org/
> server is currently under maintenance. We're updating the k8s EKS and other
> dependent services to fresh versions. Don't worry, we'll be back up and
> running by Jul 25.
> During this maintenance period, the server will be temporarily
> unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
> Thanks for your patience!
> Best regards.
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