Dne 11. 02. 20 v 16:01 Troy Dawson napsal(a):
rubygem-rubyforge was dropped back in November with "rubyforge is dead
long ago, retiring (mtasaka, 20191105)"
I'm ok with that.
I have a package that was part of rubyforge, rubygem-ci_reporter.
Not sure what do you mean by this? Do you mean it used to be hosted on
rubyforge.org? Because looking at:
the "Homepage" as well as "Source Code" links to GitHub. So you
have probably just fix the URL to point to the right place.
Looking at it's codebase, it hasn't been touched for 5 years.
debating on just dropping/retiring it, or orphaning it.
I don't use it anymore, so I'm at least orphaning it. But do people
think I should just completely drop it, like rubyforge, since we don't
really want it in fedora anymore?
The "rubyforge" gem was Ruby implementation of rubyforge API, which
obviously does not work anymore, so it was useless and therefore the
retirement was the right thing.
The ci_reporter is probably still useful. So if you don't have any other
use by yourself, I would suggest just orphaning, since somebody else
might step up. If nobody steps up, then it gets automatically retired in
8 weeks AFAIK.
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