On Friday 26 February 2010 11:47:42 am Till Maas wrote: > On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 10:14:06AM -0700, Kevin Fenzi wrote: > > We also usually keep the ticket open after making the request so the > > submitter can tell us when they don't need it anymore, and we can untag > > the override. :) > > This is how it usually happens for Fedora, too. The workflow is not > completely documented, except for how to check whether a request is > sane: > https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Buildroot_override_SOP > > A big / problematic difference is, that in EPEL the owner / state of the > tickets are not changed if someone processes then. Therefore it seems > not possible to query trac for unhandled trac requests. For Fedora there > is a nice RSS feed for all unhandled koji issues. But there seems to be > no way to get one for all tickets that do not have any comments. > > > If you would like to start doing them I have no objections. > > So in case there will be another ticket for both Fedora and EPEL, does > there need to be a seperate ticket in the EPEL component to track it or > can I just track it in the Fedora ticket? > > Regards > Till One big difference we have is that we use a koji group to grant permissions and you don't need to force the tagging operations. I have added you to the epel- override group. Dennis
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