On Mon, Nov 25, 2019 13:26:20 +0100, Dominik 'Rathann'
> On Monday, 25 November 2019 at 12:45, Ankur Sinha wrote:
>> On Mon, Nov 25, 2019 11:38:42 +0100, Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski
>>> To save time looking this up, I want to direct the attention of pmix and
>>> openmpi maintainers (Cc'd) to this chain:
>>> munge (orphaned) -> pmix -> openmpi
>>> In short, anything that depends on openmpi is at risk of being retired.
says it's owned by pkfed at the
>> moment. So is this sorted? Otherwise I can take it up to keep it alive
>> (and the NeuroFedora team can help maintain it).
> No. pmix is not orphaned, but munge is. I checked upstream and the last
> release is over 2 years old, but the last commit at github is from May
> this year, so it looks like upstream is still alive. I don't have time
> to take up yet another package, though.
Ugh, Sorry! I read that wrong XD
I've requested ownership of `munge` now:
>> Should we perhaps have a FAS packager group for scitech too, so we can
>> help maintain packages as a team? Would that help? We do this for the
>> NeuroSIG and it works quote well.
> Yes, it's a good idea. Would you be willing to take care of that?
Sure---if everyone is aboard this plan (Cc'd orion, who is the owner of
the group), how should we do this? There's a FAS group for scitech
already. Is this being used for anything currently? If not, we can
clean this out and request that it be converted to a packager group.
Currently it handles permissions for the scitech copr group. I'm not
sure why this would need to be cleaned out before converting to a
package group. I'd be happy to see it become a packager group.
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