I'm planning to retire mod_auth_xradius from Fedora.
The module in its source form is really buggy:
- It has been patched to avoid a library bundling.
- Some patches have been added to restore some basic functionality that was
not otherwise working.
- Upstream asked me to update and file bugs but nothing happened and it's
effectively dead (last update in 2006!).
- Does not work with Apache 2.4.
Mantaining it would effectively mean forking it, so unless someone is
willing to step in as a mantainer also for a new "upstream" I'm going to
Considering that Fedora ships Apache 2.4 in all recent releases and the
module does not work with it, my guess is there is no userbase for it at
Having said that, the module works fine in EPEL 5/6 with Apache 2.2 (I use
it in production) and I have no plan to retire it from these branches.
Thanks & regards,
You cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of
the shore (R. W. Emerson).
I'm just updating evolution-data-server to 3.11.5 in rawhide, which
includes a soname version bump for libcamel. I'm sorry for a late
notice, this was meant to be sent the last week.
I'll rebuild all affected packages I have commit rights for.
Hi, folks! Sorry for forgetting to send this out earlier.
We have a meeting slot on Monday, but I'm not aware of any major topics
that need discussion - is there anything I'm missing?
For now I'm proposing we cancel the meeting. If someone has an agenda
topic, please do reply to this mail, or even just go ahead and send out
a meeting announcement per the SOP -
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:SOP_IRC_meeting_process . Thanks!
Fedora QA Community Monkey
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If I understand the dep-chain correctly:
libreoffice-writer -> libreoffice-core -> jre ->
java-1.7.0-openjdk-headless -> apache-commons-logging -> log4j
This means I get an ugly icon called "Chainsaw" in the GNOME Software
center that when I try to remove also removes all the LibreOffice
If I actually launch the program I get a java-themed GUI full of low
level filter weirdness. Could we either clean up the depchain or split
off the actual log4j-chainsaw application off as a new subpackage?
The alternative is that I blacklist the log4j-chainsaw application in
the fedora-appstream metadata generation, which is a shame if someone
is actually wanting to search for a log viewer for java.
I'm new in Fedora Devel list, using fedora and centos for years, and I intend to become -official- packager for my own project, Pandora FMS, a server/network monitoring project. I'm looking for a sponsor who guide me in the wonders of the fedora packaging. I have being creating RPM packages for centos, so I have some experience in RPM packaging, but this is not a science, its an art, so I've a lot to learn.