Michael Schwendt <fedora(a)wir-sind-cool.org>:
make new-sources FILES="foo-2.0.tar.bz2
blah-blah > foo.spec
make commit -F clog
make tag && make build
However, before you think you feel capable enough to script that and
submit each and every update like that, you still cannot avoid spending
time on creating good quality packages which are not infested with lots of
I agree with you. What I don't understand is why you think this has
anything to do with my complaint. No matter how much stuff I have to
do before the mechanical part of shipping, when it gets to that
mechanical part, I want to *push a button and be done*!
> The question remains. Do I have to *do shit by hand* to get
> releases into the receiving end of your wonderful review process?
There is no review process for updates.
OK, it's helpful to know that.
> Can I script an update to the CVS?
Can you script the updates to your spec files in a reliable way?
Yes. I do that already.
And let me point out that you cannot script the testing of your rpms
to submitting them as official updates for Fedora. ;)
True, but I think you added the smiley because you know it isn't really
> I've still got the bloody printed application form on my
> I never filled it out because nobody persuaded me that I wouldn't
> be letting myself in for a nightmare of bureaucracy and repetitive
Yes, FUD. Too much FUD in your process, or at least your representation
of it to the world. You need to fix that.