I've tagged fedora-messaging v1.1.0. It's available in PyPI, Rawhide,
and will be coming to Fedora 29's updates-testing repository soon, along
with the infra repositories for Fedora 28 and EPEL 7.
It's a small feature release that adds a testing module to make writing
unit tests easier along with some initial work to make recording and
republishing messages (for integration tests and such) easy.
Good Sunday. )
I found this https://infrastructure.fedoraproject.org/ while searching for this list.
Maybe make it a single page entrypoint for all related things? Static site generator
with quick links to sources, SOP, wiki (?) and this list.
Just an FYI - I've moved off of the Factory 2 team inside Red Hat to
take a different role in the internal devops organization there.
Luiz Carvalho (lucarval in both FAS and irc) takes my place leading
the Factory 2 team! He's a good point of contact for greenwave, MBS,
ODCS and freshmaker along with giulia, jkaluza, and mprahl. Say hi
in channel sometime.
p.s., I'll still be around to help out as I can. :)
This is where I normally give a paste of the agenda and stuff but our
gobby server took a dirt nap today. We are restoring it but in the
meantime I would like to invite everyone to a meeting in
#fedora-meeting-1 at 15:00.
There will be cake.
Stephen J Smoogen.
Thanks for updating the Getting Started section. It's now more consistent
with the videos.
I know it might not seem like a big deal, but first impressions are
important in order to give newcomers the confidence to continue.
By the way, kudos to the Silver Blue team, (I know it's a different list...)
I ran the fc29 Installer yesterday and the experience was so polished it
was almost... sensual.
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You are kindly invited to the meeting:
Infra Office Hours on 2018-11-13 from 18:00:00 to 19:00:00 UTC
The meeting will be about:
Weekly hour dedicated to answer questions or help people with fixing tickets or implementing features.
Good Monday. )
I am trying to find package installation/download statistics for Fedora. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Statistics is the page that pops up first in search results, and it is kind of 6 years outdated. It would be really great to update it with current situation. I can not do this, because acquiring CLA+1 for wiki edits is too hard and didn't happen even though I sent several requests to different groups. The second reason - I don't know what to write as there seems to be no contact point except this groups.
There is also unlinked https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Statistics_2.0 page with many good stories including mine - `Parse mirror logs: what packages are being the most downloaded?`, but no links or tracker items to see the status and jump in.
I found a request to open stats@ list https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure/issue/2223 which speaks about https://github.com/fedora-infra/datanommer/ as a new location. There are still no examples of getting package popularity data.
I need stats to see how many people are using qdigidoc package to make it more official.