New release of Copr

Stuart Campbell stuart at
Thu Oct 15 11:39:46 UTC 2015

Excellent feature. Does this imply that we can now request FAS groups
for non-fedora projects?  For example, I am working on some software and
want to package it and make it available to users via copr. There are a
number of people who I want to have access so groups is a fantastic


Dr Stuart Campbell
email: sic at

On Thu, 15 Oct 2015, at 05:33 AM, Miroslav Suchý wrote:
> It is my pleasure to announce new version of Copr.
> What's new? Group projects!
> When you log in. You can see in right column link "My Groups". There you
> can see list of your FAS groups and you can
> activate them. In fact, you actually create alias for them. E.g. FAS
> group "gitmock" can be named "mock" in Copr.
> You can click on Copr group in right column. That navigate you to url in
> format:
> Where are listed all projects of this group. And you can create new group
> project there too.
> Every member of that FAS group can administer it and build there. Due to
> the OpenID limitations, you have to
> log-out/log-in to see your groups (or whenever you join new group in
> FAS).
> Since copr-cli-1.45 (in updates-testing right now) you can submit package
> to group project like:
>   copr-cli build @GROUP/PROJECT
> e.g
>   copr-cli build @mock/mock-dev
> Creation of group project is not possible from command line right now due
> OpenID restriction and you have to use WebUI.
> This may change in near future.
> There is no API method in APIv1. But we provide APIv2
> which has methods to manipulate with groups.
> To create new group in FAS, just follow:
> If you have some personal project and you want to change it to group
> project, then please let me know and we change it
> manually.
> -- 
> Miroslav Suchy, RHCA
> Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys
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