Good Morning Everyone,
You may remember the email below from a little while ago.
Well, we just wanted to let you know that this is now running in production and
the data present in the fedora-scm-requests repo has been migrated and that git
repo has been cleared of a large number of files.
Let us know if you run into any problems or have any questions with this.
On Tue, Mar 17, 2020 at 11:58:40AM +0100, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
> Good Morning Everyone,
> A little while ago, we integrated anitya in dist-git itself, allowing to
> stop using fedora-scm-request's git repository to store this information.
> However, this git repository is still being used to store bugzilla overrides
> (i.e.: default assignee on bugzilla ticket when they differ from the point of
> contact (main admin) of the package in dist-git).
> Together with Karsten Hopp we worked on integrating this functionality on
> pagure-dist-git, thus allowing to get rid entirely of the git repository at
> This work has been deployed in staging today. We would very much appreciate if
> you could take a few minute of your time and see if it works to your
> liking: https://src.stg.fedoraproject.org/
> The overrides information from production has been migrated yesterday to the
> staging dist-git, so what you see in the UI reflects the current state of the
> overrides in production as of yesterday.
> Here is an example with an override:
> One note: in the rpms namespace, the UI will always show you the default
> assignee for Fedora and Fedora EPEL, regardless of whether the package is in
> This is a shortcoming we are aware of and will be looking at fixing in the near
> future but potentially after it has reached production.
> Thank you for your understanding and help testing this,
>  https://pagure.io/releng/fedora-scm-requests
>  https://pagure.io/pagure-dist-git/