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Re: Zenoss Core

So if we don't ship our own python but instead rely on the compat- python24 module we could be accepted to EPEL?

Will EPEL be included in /etc/yum.repos.d in future Fedora releases?

If compat-python24 is promoted into Fedora proper would that then mean we would be a candidate for inclusion in Fedora proper?

Is there any likelihood that compat-python24 will be promoted into Fedora proper?

Sorry for all the questions... Just trying to better understand all the different groups, projects, and policies. :)

Thank you all for your help so far in understanding the environment.


On Jan 18, 2008, at 2:31 PM, Jesse Keating wrote:

On Fri, 18 Jan 2008 14:17:55 -0500
Christopher Blunck <chris zenoss com> wrote:

It helps.  It sounds like the best place for us to be is in the
"Fedora package sets".  But based on what Warren said it seems like
we are not compatible because we use our own python.  The
compat-python24 is a livna RPM and the livna repository is not
upstream of RHEL is it?

Correct, the dependency on the older python will keep you out of Fedora
proper for now.  However you won't have that issue in EPEL, since
EPEL-5 (for RHEL5) still uses python2.4.

Livna is not one of the direct paths into RHEL, that is also correct.

Jesse Keating
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