Michael Schwendt wrote:
18/9.On Sat, 08 Nov 2008 12:24:05 +0100, Tim Lauridsen wrote:Jesse Keating wrote:For rawhide, somebody would be able to commit a change and do a build, and it would automatically go out in rawhide. But for a released package, since it has to go through bodhi, only the "owner" can do bodhi updates at this time. There are plans to enable co-maintainers to submit updates too, but that would again be specifically granted people, rather than members of a larger group.Are you sure this is right, i maintain yum-utils upstream and in fedora, but Seth is the owner. I have no troubles submitting updates in bodhi to yum-utils.When exactly did you do that the last time? It's quite a recent change in the bodhi production instance, afaik.
So if it is recent, then i might be that way today, so it seams that i will not be able push updates to yum-utils, until the
co-maintainer thing is implemented :(