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Re: [Pulp-list] CentOS errata



Sometime ago I also tried to write a scrapper script in python to get
all the erratas. My major crib that time was:
1. No fixed format of the subject line which made it difficult to
scrap the package name

I think this is something that CentOS could improve in general about how their Erratas are available. Karanbir Singh recently mentioned on #pulp, that if there is something that could be done to help to integrate CentOS better into pulp, this should be brought up to the CentOS developers. (If I understood his comment correctly....)

So this is imho something that could be brought up on the centos-devel list, or on the more appropriate one, if that doesn't fit there.

Hence, I CC this to the centos-devel list. I hope this is fine for everybody.

@centos-devel: Thread: https://www.redhat.com/archives/pulp-list/2011-November/msg00110.html

2. Red Hat would announce the errata and only after a few days centos
errata will come out. The time gap in the two made the server
vulnerable.

This is the price you pay for CentOS. If you don't like that, you should buy RedHat.

~pete


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