Since yesterday, my repodata directories are not updated after each build.
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yesterday, we have released the latest state of our COPR stack. It contains
a _lot_ of new features and even though it's not perfect, it's still pretty
The main feature addition was perhaps support for building modules directly
from a modulemd file or from a SCM url by using our copr-cli command line
tool. You just pass a single parameter to get a module that can be
immediately installed into your system (if stars align, of course). You can
read more about this feature in this blog post of one of our main devs:
Now, there is more. By using proper bash hacking, we unlocked another
pretty cool feature. COPR builds can now be reattached to backend after it
has been restarted. That means, our deployment process will no longer
interrupt your running build and no time is wasted. This feature can be
seen as one of the steps to provide an actual "quality of service".
And yeah, we _also_ added live logs. This feature has been demanded for
very long time and so it has finally landed. Needed to be said, it's a
mockchain output, so even though it's live there is not very much
information in it :).
We are quite excited about all of this and hope you will be too
Your COPR team
We would like to announce that the latest tagged version of copr-dist-git
(0.25-1) and dist-git (1.0-1) has been deployed into production.
The new dist-git* package is very trimmed down version of the previous
release and copr-dist-git has been made compatible with it + there were
some exception handling and logging improvements.
We hope it serves
* upstream located at https://github.com/release-engineering/dist-git
I am the developer behind "Green Recorder", a software to record the Linux desktop: https://github.com/green-project/green-recorder
The project (and the repository) was deleted completely from Copr with no warning suddenly. Now away from the discussion about why it was deleted, the real question is why I didn't receive any email notification about it? I just saw it was deleted, with no notice or warning.
The second question is why it was deleted? Some friends on IRC channels suggested because of ffmpeg patents. But the software itself (and the repo) doesn't contain any copy of ffmpeg. It depends on the free repository of rpmfusion to install it as a dependency. Isn't allowed to install / use ffmpeg in Fedora? Even If the user was the one who chose to install the software?