There is a project I would like to package: this is
http://php-yubico.googlecode.com/. This project is using PEAR support
and assumes a PEAR installation (in the Auth subdirectory), but it is
NOT available from the PEAR repository at http://pear.php.net/.
Should I package it as pear package (i.e.: php-pear-Auth-Yubico) and
keep the intended installation location, or should I call it php-yubico
and relocate the modules under /usr/share/php with a php-pear
requirement ? The PHP packaging guidelines are not very clear for this
Thanks for your advices.
Actually since my mailbox was filled recently and mail bounced for a
short time period i do not get any review-request mails anymore from
bugzilla. Can someone actually check the autocc on it? Other mails
from bugzilla arrive (again).
Following is the list of topics that will be discussed in the FESCo
meeting tomorrow at 17:30UTC (12:30pm EDT) in #fedora-meeting on
Links to all tickets below can be found at:
= Followups =
#topic #516 Updates policy adjustments/changes
#topic #515 Investigate a "features" repo for stable releases
#topic #517 Updates Metrics
= New Business =
#topic #518 Abrt
#topic #544 List of services that may start by default
#topic #550 F15Feature: Indic Typing Booster - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/IndicTypingBooster
= Fedora Engineering Services tickets =
= Open Floor =
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Lately (for a week or so now) Xorg hangs at random (mostly doing something,
sometimes just while running gnome-screensaver). The mouse pointer still
moves (USB mouse ans touchpad), but not even caps-lock makes the LED
react. Once ctrl-alt-del made the mouse pointer just go away. Nothing
relevant in /var/log/messages or ~/.xsession-errors. This happened with two
different machines, both multicore x86_64 (intel CPUs).
Last time (today in the morning, before updates) I tried (and succeeded) to
ssh into the machine. "killall Xorg" had no effect, I had to turn it off
and on (other end of ssh is somewhat far away).
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As the Fedora 14 update of Audacious from 2.4.0 to 2.4.3 has not been
smooth at all and is still annoying users, who need 3rd party plugin
packages which still haven't been pushed, the following consequences are
I'm offering Audacious 2.2 (audacious-2.2-16 and audacious-plugins-2.2-38)
in Fedora 13 to anyone interested in taking over. In other words, consider
Audacious in Fedora 13 semi-orphaned.
In my point of view, it works well enough that it doesn't need an upgrade
to 2.4.x. Though, a lot has changed in the 2.4 series, and certainly there
are additional bug-fixes included. If to be upgraded in Fedora 13, this
would need the cooperation (and extra-work) of 3rd party plugin package
providers. Special precautions are to be taken as not to repeat the
problems we've run into with this recent update in Fedora 14. Whether
Fedora 13 is "new enough" with regard to all dependencies remains to be
examined by whomever. I believe that users with interest in later software
ought to upgrade to Fedora 14.
Even before a strong RPM dependency in 3rd party plugin packages is
available to prevent breaking of decoder plugins, I have created a custom
repository for Audacious 2.5-alpha1 - which btw breaks the Plugin API
again and requires actual code changes and not just rebuilds:
This is not only for users to take a sneak peek at Audacious 2.5 development,
but also to emphasize that the dependency on 3rd party plugin packages can
I would like to use an other email account for my fedora related works
(mailing lists, bugzilla, fas, ...). Should I just simply change my email
address in FAS, at Bugzilla, Mailman, git config, and that's all? Or is
there any special procedure?
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syslog-ng is an alternative syslog daemon that provides high flexibility and a
great configuration syntax. I've done a lot of work to make sure this is
parallel-installable with the other syslog daemons, but lately I haven't had
the time to keep up with new releases.
I'm looking for help maintaining the syslog-ng package and especially getting
3.2 tested 
I have a personal repository that I've been testing 3.1 in   but I
haven't been able to test out 3.2 yet.
Feel free to shoot me an email if you're interested in helping and I'll get
you approved in pkgdb!
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Agreed with others, I can't see Network Manager having issue with SELinux.
Can you post SELinux reporting details?
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