On 11 September 2017 at 11:33, Kaleb S. KEITHLEY <kkeithle(a)redhat.com> wrote:
The package build I made with a README.deprecated has reached 14+ days
in testing in bodhi.
There was a single comment by anonymous to the effect that RHEL7 has
ceph-94.5 with a -1 karma vote which appears to have not been registered
in the overall karma somehow. (Last version shipped in epel was 0.80.7.)
What's the next step?
I would push to stable and then retire it 2 weeks later to make sure
it actually gets put in the repository. Otherwise the ceph packages
will just disappear before actually you got it there. [This is the
'nature' of the EPEL trees at the moment. There is only a live rawhide
build.. something gets retired its gone.]
Do I push it to stable and then retire it as soon as it gets pushed?
Just retire it now?
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