Just to be more pedantic and probably bit more secure, what about making
networking in copr opt-in (at least for new projects)?
If build of my package used internet arbitrarily, I would be warned very
Also, in Koji we also do not have networking, so we can faster teach
(future) Fedora packagers.
Thanks for considering,
Hi There! My name is Remy (decause in channel), and I just subscribed to this list :D
I'm dropping by because I saw this blogpost hit the Fedora Planet today:
In it Jiri makes a number of good points, and ballparks the number of copr repos around 3000, with an estimate of 2000 active. These numbers are interesting, but I was hoping to confirm them, or get a more up-to-date number for the upcoming "State of Fedora" keynote at FLOCK next month.
I'm new around here, so bear with me if this is already posted somewhere, but is there a place I can find a count on the number of repos, and/or any other metrics that you folks may be tracking?
The new Community Operations (CommOps) team is taking on a number of metrics related tasks, and building out all kinds of tools, which can be found here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/CommOps. We hang out in #fedora-commops if anybody is looking to join us and help build out this new subproject within Fedora.
Thanks for any help you folks can provide, and I look forward to your response.
Fedora Community Lead & Council Member
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I just added
chroots target to Copr.
You need to got to "Edit" tab in your project and enable it.
If your project need bootstrapping, then easiest ways is to add:
to "Repos" entry and resubmit your SRPM for F23 target. It will use BR from rawhide, which is now very similar to F23.
Miroslav Suchy, RHCA
Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys
in Koji, we already have f23 branch/tag. Could you please also add it to
Copr? And when you do it, should you please make it possible to copy
rawhide repo to it? Some of my repos are heavily bootstraped and adding
a buildroot without the copy option is pain.
Hi we have a few new things to announce:
- now we count and present some basic statistics about copr usage,
numbers are shown at the overview page
- initial support of AppData generation
- cleanup directory after failed build and move old logs to backup dir