On Sat, 2010-05-01 at 16:51 +0200, Patrice Dumas wrote:
I won't, at least for now, maintain the packages I maintain in EPEL-5 in
EPEL-6. I have added a nobranch file in all of them. If you want to take up
the package, you can. It is still unclear to me how to practically ensure
that you become the EPEL-6 branch owner, instead of me, though. Hopefully
this will be sorted out.
I'll try to take as many as I can. It happens that I will have lots of
free time over the next month or so. Most of the hard part has already
been done, so it should not be too hard except where is noted below.
I'm already testing EPEL builds on RHEL6 internally.
I'll sync with you off list tomorrow or Monday if that is OK with you
If you want to maintain the EL-5 (or even EL-4) branch too, don't
hesitate, the less package I maintain the better I am.
I think that wdm should not be maintained in EL-6 anyway, since
is dead and there is no ConsoleKit integration.
For the dap-* packages it maybe worth waiting for a stabilisation of
the ABI, and maybe integration with bes and packaging of olfs to have a
working hyrax server before branching. My guess is that there are no
users of these packages anyway. Also maybe the opendap implementantion
in netcdf itself could be used instead of libdap/libnc-dap.
The list is:
"The guy that keeps the servers running"
Let's face it, there's no Hollow Earth, no robots, and
no 'mute rays.' And even if there were, waxed paper is
no defense. I tried it. Only tinfoil works.