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Re: Repository cleanups



> On 13.09.2007 16:43, Mike McGrath wrote:
>> Jeff Sheltren wrote:
>>> On Sep 13, 2007, at 9:11 AM, Mike McGrath wrote:
>>>> Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
>>> Some people may hate me for this, but I think running the deps check
>>> on testing would be a good idea.  Otherwise people may have broken
>>> packages there and not know it.
>
> Exactly (and that's why I brought the topic up).
>
>>> Plus, if people get nagged enough,
>>> they may get motivated to fix things, import needed packages, etc. :)
>
> +1 -- we also in the future try to keep the broken deps even in testing
> to a minimum. E.g. something like "if there is a package in testing that
> has broken deps for more then 7 days it's going to be removed."

Where may I see what's in testing?  I have a package that was moved there
from broken deps but I've since resolved them for EPEL-5, and I'm curious
where it sits.

>> So we're doing two runs against EPEL-5 and EPEL-4
>>
>> EPEL5-testing:  Merges RHEL5, EPEL-5, EPEL-5-Testing
>> EPEL5:  Merges RHEL5, EPEL-5
>>
>> EPEL4-testing:  Merges RHEL4, EPEL-4, EPEL-4-Testing
>> EPEL4:  Merges RHEL4, EPEL-4
>>
>> That seem sane to everyone?
>
> Yes -- I think that's a must-have.
>
> BTW, how often do they run? Once a week iirc? Would it be much work to
> let cron them at least twice a week?
>
> Cu
> knurd
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