I have a repository
$ tree -d -L 2
i386 & x86_64 both contain their set of rpm.
If I want to create a repo (run "yum createrepo"), would you advice me
to create it at "16" level or at "i386 & x86_64" level?
"swift", one of the packages I maintain, introduced new shared library
called "swiften" in the new "swift" version. I would like to pack this
library as a subpackage, so I want to change current swift.spec to build
both "swift" package and also "swiften" and "swiften-devel" packages.
Do I have to resubmit the package for a review to do this? I have
already asked few people and got very different answers.
I am new to Fedora community.
I have 8+ years experiences on JavaEE related work. I joined JBoss
team at Red Hat 18 months before, now I start to work for JBoss JCA team.
I am happy to be able to contribute to Fedora community. :-)
We have a package already built in Fedora called: ironjacamar,
which only produces several core jars used by JBoss AS 7. We also want
to built a ironjacamar standalone environment which can make the
ironjacamar running without JBoss AS 7 environment, but this standalone
environment has different libraries than JBoss AS 7 has. So we plan to
built a overall new package called: ironjacamar-standalone, which
produces the ironjacamar standalone environment, it will use the same
source as the package: ironjacamar uses. I want to know if it is
approved in Fedora?
I have one question. I would like to submit a review request for Guacamole,
an HTML5 vnc and rdp client.
The software itself is already packaged in separate small libraries and
tools for Fedora:
Since all the pieces taken alone are quite useless, should I fill a review
request for all the packages in one singular review or should I fill
multiple reviews requests, one for each piece?
You cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of
the shore (R. W. Emerson).
Is there a document somewhere that provides a description of each of the
rpm categories? I.e., describing what a software package must do in
order to qualify to be put in that category? I'm creating packages for
some of my software, but it seems like it could fit in three different
categories. (The categories names are quite vague anyway.)