On Thu, Aug 16, 2007 at 06:59:29PM +0200, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
We mainly have three choices afaics:
* a repo on a account on people.redhat.com
forget p.r.c, it has so many issues it's not worth the time to fight it.
p.fp.o has a number of advantages over it, and over time, I'll be
moving my existing stuff from the former to the latter.
* directly from koji (e.g. build the vanilla kernel, but don't
to the proper repos)
not thrilled with this idea.
* in the proper repo
Hmm. This would be great, but I think we may get some pushback on this
one. (Especially as kernel rpms are so big).
I'm thinking that a repo on people.fedoraproject.org
the best of the bunch.
Maybe we should just try on rawhide first and look if many of such
> Once we have that figured out, regular builds and pushes are a breeze.
Should we move this discussion to fedora-devel instead, so everyone can
I think most of the concerned parties (rel-eng, infrastructure etc) are
represented on this list already. but I've no objection.