On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 11:55 AM, Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com> wrote:
On Thu, 17 Apr 2014 22:46:37 -0500
Greg Swift <gregswift(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> sorry that got sent prematurely. Here is the full version:
> hey all. So I was talking to Dominic Cleal this week at the Summit
> and he pointed out that python-augeas is getting pulled into RHEL 7
> proper. Its not in the beta, but it is built for the RC. My reaction
> was "kewl, dont have to worry about the epel package for el7!"
> I then got a bug report asking for python-augeas in epel7, which i
> closed with the above explanation. Then i got the included pkgdb
> automated e-mail. :( A build has not been started in koji yet,
> which is good.
> So, what is the proper way for me to remove the EPEL7 branch? I
> looked at the FAQ and only saw one about removing the package from
> EPEL, which has a bad link and needs to be updated.
> Since its just the branch I also wasn't sure if that was the best
> route, or if i just delete the branch?
As soon as we have the list of packages in the rc release (next week)
we can update the wiki page and the branching scripts should refuse to
branch it since it's already in.
Yeah, it will need to be retired and possibly blocked. ;(
Hopefully there's not too many other changes.
Somehow I never saw these responses. Thanks for answering and orphaning
I was just checking out the new pkgdb and decided to look at this package
in it. There is a '- Retire Package' button, So I tried it and selected
the epel7 branch. It just took me to a page that only showed what the
retire pop up had previously shown. When I went back to the page the epel7
branch showed blocked, so thats good.