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Re: Summary from yesterdays FESCo-Meeting



On Sat, 2006-02-11 at 11:21 +0100, Dan Horák wrote:
> >  Still unsure (Comments please!): 
> >   * what do we do with packages where no maintainer steps up to request
> > builds? Jeremy suggest "and when we get to FC5 - 2 weeks or so, we can
> > step in for things that haven't been touch if needed". Or do we remove
> > them and consider them orphaned if we don't hear *anything* from the
> > maintainers after a bug was opened and nothing happened for one or two
> > weeks? 
> >   * Packages not rebuild before the 12th of February will be removed
> > before FC5 is shipped to start with a clean tree with old cruft
> > removed. 
> 
> Should not this be "Packages not rebuild after 12th of February will be
> removed"? Because you plan to start the rebuild on the 12th.

Also, there are many noarch packages which don't benefit from a rebuild
at all, so I think the above removal plan should be limited to
non-noarch packages.

The buildsys assigns (or at least did) all noarch builds to the ppc
builder which is already a bottleneck and that is made even worse if
we're doing dummy zero-gain noarch rebuilds at a time like this.
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/174685



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