Thanks for the reply, I see that you are watching all events. I tried to
do the same and it's not working as it should. Also the FMN replacement
is one of the work we want to do, because there are plenty of tech debts
and it's not really compatible with Fedora Messaging. It's possible that
you are now hitting the issue related to the Fedora Messaging migration.
You can try to change the rules for FMN and see if you'll still receive
the blank notifications, I don't think there is anything I could do from
the Anitya side. :-(
On 01. 02. 21 17:56, Vít Ondruch wrote:
Please see the attached JSON.
Dne 28. 01. 21 v 10:39 Michal Konecny napsal(a):
> Hi Vit,
> I didn't change anything regarding the FMN that should create this
> behavior. So I'm not sure from where is this coming.
> I can only think that this could be somewhat related to the new
> `anitya.project.version.update.v2` topic, but I'm not sure why it's
> affecting the FMN notifications.
> Could you share your notifications settings?
> On 27. 01. 21 12:40, Vít Ondruch wrote:
>> Recently, I have started to receive notifications such as the one in
>> attachment and I wonder what is their purpose? They don't provide
>> any meaningful information starting by the "fedmsg notification"
>> Dne 22. 01. 21 v 10:56 Michal Konecny napsal(a):
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> today I deployed a new version of Anitya on production . I
>>> decided that Anitya is mature enough to have version 1.0.0. So here
>>> it is.
>>> And what this versions brings? Plenty of changes, here is the list
>>> of the most interesting ones:
>>> * Add preview mode
>>> Now you can try your changes before submitting them, on the edit
>>> and add project page is a new button "Test check" which will take
>>> the fields from the form and do a check for releases above them.
>>> Nothing is changed in the database during test check.
>>> * Flag pre-release versions
>>> Yes, you are reading it right. Anitya is now flagging versions that
>>> are considered unstable, it uses the version scheme recognition and
>>> above that you can add your own filter when editing project.
>>> * Message schema 2.0.0
>>> The Anitya message schema now contains a new topic
>>> "anitya.project.version.update.v2". This topic will send message
>>> that has "upstream_versions" field which contains all the newly
>>> found versions, not only the latest one. And it also contains a
>>> "stable_versions" field, so you can look if some of the newly
>>> versions is stable or not. With this version
>>> "anitya.project.version.update" is now deprecated!
>>> * Add version filter for project
>>> Anitya now allows user to add their own version filter, if you see
>>> any bogus version, you can just edit project and add the string to
>>> filter (This will not delete any version that was already
>>> retrieved, but you can flag a project and ask admin to do it for
>>> you and it will never be retrieved again).
>>> * Project archiving
>>> Anitya 1.0.0 allows admins to archive projects if it seems
>>> reasonable (project dead upstream) for the sake of history.
>>> Archived projects can't be edited and are not checked for new
>>> versions, but still could be found in Anitya.
>>> * Projects menu is rewritten
>>> The projects menu now contains items that are more sensible to
>>> current state of Anitya, you can see projects that were
>>> successfully updated (sorted by the time of update from newest),
>>> failed to update (sorted by the number of failed attempts from
>>> highest number), never updated (incorrectly set up projects, where
>>> update was never successful, sorted by the date of creation from
>>> oldest) and archived projects.
>>> * Updated documentation
>>> The documentation was fully rewritten to reflect the current state
>>> of Anitya. User guide was added containing use cases that could be
>>> done by user. User admin guide was added for users in Anitya with
>>> Admin rights. And the Admin guide and Contribution guide was
>>> verified that these steps are working with current version of Anitya.
>>> If you want to see whole list of changes, see Anitya 1.0.0 release
>>> on GitHub .
>>> I hope this release will bring joy to your life and solve at least
>>> some of the pain points people had with Anitya.
>>> Mage from release-monitoring.org
>>> P.S.: If you want to try something in Anitya without the fear of
>>> breaking anything, you can try it on staging instance .
>>>  - https://release-monitoring.org/
>>>  - https://github.com/fedora-infra/anitya/releases/tag/1.0.0
>>>  - https://stg.release-monitoring.org/
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