opening up and expanding.

seth vidal skvidal at
Sat Jun 22 04:48:36 UTC 2013

On Tue, 18 Jun 2013 01:42:18 -0400 (EDT)
Bohuslav Kabrda <bkabrda at> wrote:

> ----- Original Message -----
> > Sgallagh suggested opening up the current functionality of coprs to
> > proven packagers - to discover more bugs and to help us figure out
> > what else is needed.
> > 
> > I'd like to suggest two things:
> > 
> > 1. open up what we have to provenpackagers as sgallagh suggested
> > 
> > 2. setting up a second 'dev' instance so we can test there before
> > rolling over into the more public instance. - Also it will help us
> > verify the setup process.
> > 
> > I can easily setup a be and fe dev instances in the private
> > openstack cloud we have setup. It would also let us refresh those
> > instances and be sure we're still functional.
> > 
> > -sv
> Hey Seth and all,
> although I have no problem with this, I'd like to suggest that we
> rethink the design a bit (at least of frontend) and I'd like to get
> rid of writing new DB migrations and just say that the current stuff
> will not be transfered to future testing instance. Would that be ok
> with everyone? I can keep creating migrations and testing that
> nothing breaks, but it takes a lot of time and I think this time
> could be spent better on creating new functionality. As for the
> redesign, I'll post my ideas in a couple of days for comments,
> hopefully.
> Does anyone disagree?
> Thanks,
> Slavek.

I have setup two new dev instances that have all the prerequsites but
are more or less blank.

these boxes are available, using your fedora account ssh keys for you
to login to - but as root - not as your username.

These are throw-away cloud instances. If you decide it is messed up and
you want me to reset the whole thing, just say the word - it takes very
little time.

These instances are not backed up, of course, but they are dev

they should have the same ports and access to things as anything else.

yell at me if you need something or what not.

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