I made a ticket (bug #1806737) for the maintainer of the existing vault
package in Fedora to see if he'd be willing to give it up so it can be
used for Hashicorp vault (https://vaultproject.io) and he decided to
mark it EOL so I could claim it.
The subject says it all, really.
Taskotron is having some problems with an internal component, it can't
wait for a better time and we need some downtime to fix it.
If all goes well, it should be back up shortly. I'll send another email
to update once we're done.
(Posting to many mailing lists for visibility. I apologize if you see
this more times than you'd like.)
You may have already seen my Community Blog post about changing the
Release Readiness meeting process. The meeting has questionable value
in the current state, so I want to make it more useful. We'll do this
by having teams self-report readiness issues on a dedicated wiki
page beginning now. This gives the community time to chip in and
help with areas that need help without waiting until days before the
I invite teams to identify a representative to keep the wiki page up
to date. Update it as your status changes and I'll post help requests
in my weekly CommBlog posts and the FPgM office hours IRC
meeting. The Release Readiness meeting will be shortened to one hour
and will review open concerns instead of polling for teams that may or
may not be there. We will use the logistics mailing list to discuss
issues and make announcements, so I encourage representatives to join
He / Him / His
Senior Program Manager, Fedora & CentOS Stream
I am trying to build sourcextractor++, which was accepted yesterday, and
every time I try I get the following error:
BuildError: package sourcextractor++ not in list for tag
I have seen some packages that were accepted at the same time, or even
after, already built. And since I have two trailing '+' on the package
name, I was wondering if this could have caused some kind of issue.
If you are using rpminspect and rpminspect-data-fedora from my Copr
repository, please note that it is moving. The move is tied to my username
change that happened internally at Red Hat and then I mirrored in Fedora. The
short story is that I can now have "dcantrell" as my username and discontinue
THE NEW COPR REPO:
The previous one will be removed next week. No new builds are happening in
the old repo.
David Cantrell <dcantrell(a)redhat.com>
Red Hat, Inc. | Boston, MA | EST5EDT