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Re: long term support release



On Fri, 25 Jan 2008 14:28:10 +0100, Emmanuel Seyman wrote:

> * Michael Schwendt [25/01/2008 11:35] :
> >
> > Do you expect anyone outside the Fedora Project to duplicate existing
> > Fedora Infrastructure, such as bugzilla, CVS+FAS, lookaside cache,
> > buildsys for multiple architectures, master repos, introduce a new GPG
> > key, switch mailing-lists, advertise the whole thing as a non-Fedora
> > project? That would make it much more difficult.
> 
> No, that's just the burden that rpmfusion.org has imposed on itself.
> 
> IMHO, the minimal requirements are :
> 
> - a bugtracker
> - a VCS
> - at least two mailing-lists (for users and developpers, respectively)
> - a web/ftp repo

And who builds the packages? Manual builds in mock done by a person with
access to x86_64/i386 (and possibly another one for ppc)? You will quickly
find that this is not just error-prone, it doesn't scale well and you will
see the need to set up a buildsys (e.g. Plague with srpm upload enabled).


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