Is it expected Copr services could (backend/frontend, I am aware dist-git
machine already does) be run on CentOS 7? I was seriously thinking about
it some time ago, I've done some downstream changes, but after some time
those are not useful .. the code is not ready .. and it is getting worse
(hard dependencies on dnf, etc.).
The benefits would be that we wouldn't have to do the updates (and thus
downtimes) so often due to fedora upgrades N -> N+1. I would be ready to
help, but there would have to be consensus that we are not against it.
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,
Fedora 21 is EOLed for one month. I plan to remove from Copr in 14 days too.
All builds will be preserved. You will not be able to submit new builds for F21.
Please update your scripts accordingly.
Miroslav Suchy, RHCA
Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys