I would really love to see this feature on copr. A button, that would
simply say: "Hey, I'm using this repository". And a counter behind it.
* The maintainer would know that his/her repo has user(s) and how many
* Better selection for Fedora Playground
* Users would need to perform a certain action (not everybody would)
* Users will forget to undo the button once they stop using the repository
* Not all users have FAS accounts and can sign in to the app
What to you think? I might have time to implement this, but I don't want
to invest it to an unwanted feature.
I've asked on fedora user list about viewing my app(built on copr) in
gnome-software, Richard Hughes kindly answer me that it need
appstream-builer support on copr to generate all necessary data. So my
question is, is there any plan to add this feature on copr, in a near
Anyway thanks for your work, copr is a very convenient and powerful
Plasma Physics Laboratory,
Hello, two patches for 'master' attached:
Basically I wanted to fix handling of terminate_instance playbook.
Current state is that the output of playbook can not be easily debugged.
Two reasons for this:
- we keep our builders up&running - identified by IP. The
terminate_instance ansible playbook needs to identify (easily) which
instance it should release back into the pool.
- also we would like to experiment with native non-intel builders -
spawn_playbook can then decide which VM take from the pool based on
This is what I get in build logs
[Errno 14] PYCURL ERROR 22 - "The requested URL returned error: 404
So I suppose with the release of RHEL7 the link above
Now what, will the epel7 build target linked to
official EPEL7 when it will be available?
I was trying to build some updated packages and noticed it doesn't matter
if I use dropbox or fedorapeople, the packages fail to download.
Is this a known issue? Is there a fix planned?