The last thing spacewalk needs to move off of fedorahosted is our Trac wiki. Can someone give me a pointer to how to get a copy/export of the current state of the wiki so we can start testing the move-to-github process? I'm assuming (but don't know for sure) that we're using the default SQLite db.
Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat Satellite
I'd like to propose employment of an upstream dist-git package for
deploying pkgs machines. This is the package I have in mind:
https://github.com/release-engineering/dist-git. This package contains
scripts and selinux policy for dist-git files.
Note however that I would like to make this package as compatible with the
infra dist-git as possible and that amounts to great deal of changes (main
one being usage of /srv/ to store repositories and tarballs). I have forked
the original repo into https://github.com/clime/dist-git and will continue
development from there.
The changes are going to be major so the main code-base could be e.g. here
https://pagure.io/group/Fedora-Infra in the end.
So far I have been testing only one use-case based on
I will collect all the other use-cases and ideally write a suite of
regression tests based on that. I know pkgs.fedoraproject.org is somehow
related to pagure but I need to additionally investigate this.
I would like to hear the tribe now.
I have written the SOP for the fedora-tagger, since I don't have yet
commit right to the infra-docs repository I can't update it myself.
Therefore I have been suggest to send this email containing the doc
itself. Special thanks to pingou for the guidance, it's my first
contribution to the fedora project.