On Fri, May 15, 2015 at 8:15 AM, Ralph Bean <rbean(a)redhat.com> wrote:
For developers, copr is a good experience. You submit srpms and
them nicely, you get repos, it's all very good.
For users, it is kind of a pile. You can search, but it is hard to
It might be nice if copr had a 'rating' system where I could give this
copr 3 stars and that copr 5 stars. You could then have a page where
users could view coprs by popularity and find The Coolest Software.
+1 - I think that's a great idea, it helps users determine between
repos that have maintainers dedicated to keeping them up to date and
functional vs someone who was just using COPR as a short-term solution
or workspace. (Note: I think both are perfectly appropriate use cases,
but from an user perspective I think this would be a big win)
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