I'm desperately searching a reviewer for two Erlang-related packages:
* https://bugzilla.redhat.com/990932 - erlang-riaknostic - A
diagnostic tool for Riak installations
* https://bugzilla.redhat.com/990691 - erlang-sidejob - An Erlang
library that implements a parallel, capacity-limited request pool
In exchange I'm willing to review your packages. Don't miss your chance!
With best regards, Peter Lemenkov.
I'm about to release and build a new colord. This has all the
pre-1.0.* deprecated functions in libcolord removed, and hence bumps
ABI. The affected packages are:
The DBus interface remains the same, so other projects that do not use
the glib library need no action. I'll take care of rebuilding the
above packages myself, unless anyone has any objections. Thanks,
I've filed bug #983759  concerning updating mingw-proj to the latest
version and enabling the mingw64 package two weeks ago, but have
received no response since. This is blocking my review request #984248
. I've tried contacting adsllc directly via email, but have received
no reply. fedora_active_user returns
$ fedora_active_user.py --user adsllc
FAS password for smani:
Last login in FAS:
Last action on koji:
Fri, 11 Jan 2013 package list entry created: mingw32-proj in
f18-final by ausil [still active]
ERROR:pkgdb:list index out of range
Does anyone know how to contact adsllc?
although package Docky was lot of work for me (licensing patching etc) I
am no longer using it and last two releases were very unstable. There
are couple of bugzillas reported mainly because of gconf migration.
Docky is an advanced shortcut bar that sits at the edges of your screen.
It provides easy access to some of the files, folders and applications
on your computer, displays which applications are currently running,
holds windows in their minimized state and more.
Docky is written in mono.
Please ping me if you are interested to maintain the package.
Lukas "lzap" Zapletal
since we provide cloud images starting with Fedora 19, I noticed that
cloud-init, which is used in these, does not execute user shell scripts
with $PATH set properly which is causing issues for packages that does
not provide full paths in scriplets.
I know we have some examples which relies on $PATH set to at least
/usr/bin and /sbin, for example:
I am searching for page that says one can rely on the $PATH. Cannot find
Lukas "lzap" Zapletal
irc: lzap #theforeman