On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 08:11:23PM +0100, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
On 25.02.2009 18:21, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
>> On 25.02.2009 16:12, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
>>> To move building to koji we need to get bodhi setup and redo the
>>> release engineering process to closely match that of Fedora. What this
>>> means is that you will need to file a ticket with releng to have a
>>> package added to the buildroot if you need to build against it. it
>>> also means that things can hit stable sooner.
>> Ehh, do we really want that apart from security updates or important
>> bugfixes (which we can and do push within minutes these days already if
>> I ask because the "monthly" move from testing to the porper repos has
>> important side-effect: I slows everything down when compared to the
>> quickly moving Fedora, which for EL repos IMHO is something good.
> I think this would still be possible with bodhi by having the
> epel_signers push to testing frequently but push to stable on a monthly
> basis. Have to ask releng/lmacken to be sure, though.
Luke, can you clarify? And if above works: can one push selected
packages (security updates and those that fix other serious bugs) at any
time while leaving the other, regular updates for the next monthly move?
Yes, the signer/pusher has full control over what updates they are
The following ticket contains details on what needs to happen to get
bodhi to push updates for EPEL: