On Wed, Mar 21, 2018, at 6:35 PM, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
Good Morning everyone,
Some of the folks in the Fedora infrastructure team met up just before
devconf.cz in January and went quickly through "the state of apps".
One app that appears to be currently broken is fedora-tagger .
Basically it is still listening for new packages being added to pkgdb, which
means it's outdated for all packages since pkgdb has been deprecated.
Where, other than tagger, is this data used?
From the Fedora Infrastructure's perspective, we don't want
to invest time to
maintain this app. We have other tasks that we want to prioritize.
However, the app itself is still running quite fine and is low maintenance.
So if some people were interested in keeping it alive we can make it happen.
But we're not the ones who are going to do it.
Are you all commiting to getting the project into functional shape, or just transferring
it in the broken state?
> Fedora-tagger does have some interest, especially to new comers.
> So we would like to know if commops would be interested taking over this
> If there is sufficient interest and will, we will transfer fedora-tagger and
> help getting keeping it running.
> Otherwise we will deprecate it.
> The current idea would be to deprecate this service at the infra FAD. Which
> means we need an answer at the latest next week (say Thursday March 29th) so
> that if we deprecate it we have time to announce it more broadly.
> Thanks for reading all the way through here and looking forward your feedbacks,
> - For the Fedora Infrastructure Team
>  https://apps.fedoraproject.org/tagger/
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