On Tue, Jun 13, 2017 at 2:18 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl(a)thelounge.net> wrote:
>> When some package will break because someone adjusted format of
>> timestamps, the bug is in that package and not in the rsyslog's format
> there is a world outside packages called user scripts
That is true. But here there is simple way to revert back to original
format if wished
or change that regexp or strptime/strftime format used in the user script.
I am aware that any change is likely to broke someone's workflow:
However there is real possibility of loss of data in current situation
(due to missing TZ and year)
and I experience more difficult operations due to this in my job
(testing of infrastructure scattered
around the globe).
The submission deadline for Changes of Fedora 27 , requiring mass
rebuild, takes effect in one week on June 20th. All the Changes
requiring mass rebuild sent for review after this deadline are going
to be moved to Fedora 28 release.
The mass rebuild it self is planned on July 12th.
The deadline for System Wide Changes which do not need the mass
rebuild is planned on July 4th.
If your Change proposal needs mass rebuild, please submit it by the
deadline, earlier better. In case you'll need any help with your
Change proposals, feel free to contact me.
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I read the page about the PkgDB replacement but it seems to focus
mainly on the "logged in" functionality of PkgDB. However, I also use
PkgDB as a convenient way for searching all of Fedora's packages. In
addition, I find the Builds status, Updates status, Package source, Bug
Reports, and Packages links on the individual package pages very helpful.
Yes, I could of course go directly to Koji, Bodhi, Bugzilla, etc., but
this provides a very nice way to get all the information for a package
What is the plan for replacing this functionality?
I'm building protobuf 3.3.1 for rawhide. This includes a soname bump so I'll
be rebuilding dependent packages as well.
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Due to many CVEs and low quality/security of these packages as well as Windows oriented upstream I'm going to orphan both jbig2dec and mupdf packages in Fedora/EPEL.
Sometimes the build doesn't reach stable branch just because it's deprecated by new build with new CVE.
Feel free to take them.