On 8.8.2018 21:57, Paul W. Frields wrote:
On Sat, Aug 04, 2018 at 09:46:06PM +0200, Miro Hrončok wrote:
> On 4.8.2018 16:34, Paul Frields wrote:
>> At long last, my part 2 article is up for using GStreamer and tagging
>> libraries to make a CLI CD rip+tag script. It's got an image and is
>> scheduled for Monday.
>> I welcome review and corrections!
> Hi Paul, I see that this is second part and the previous one was already
> released. So consider this just a hint for next time:
> We would very much like to avoid teaching developers, even beginners, to use
> python3-whatnot RPM packages for development. We should sell the upstream
> method of doing things: venvs, pipenv, pip. It's greatly supported in Fedora
> and beginners won't learn bad habits of using RPM installed packages for
> development and then being sad about some libraries missing (usually this
> ends up with sudo pip installing) or outdated (usually this ends up with
> sudo pip upgrading, which is even more dangerous).
> Also a side not not related strictly to this article: a syntax highlight
> would be awesome for readability of the code samples.
Thanks for the feedback, Miro. Does this mean we are going to start
dropping python3-* library packages in Fedora which are package
I don't think we need to actively drop them, but I see very little
benefit in them.
If you would like, we can discuss this at Flock SIGs roundtables (now).