Excellent feature. Does this imply that we can now request FAS groups
for non-fedora projects? For example, I am working on some software and
want to package it and make it available to users via copr. There are a
number of people who I want to have access so groups is a fantastic
Dr Stuart Campbell
On Thu, 15 Oct 2015, at 05:33 AM, Miroslav Suchý wrote:
It is my pleasure to announce new version of Copr.
What's new? Group projects!
When you log in. You can see in right column link "My Groups". There you
can see list of your FAS groups and you can
activate them. In fact, you actually create alias for them. E.g. FAS
group "gitmock" can be named "mock" in Copr.
You can click on Copr group in right column. That navigate you to url in
Where are listed all projects of this group. And you can create new group
project there too.
Every member of that FAS group can administer it and build there. Due to
the OpenID limitations, you have to
log-out/log-in to see your groups (or whenever you join new group in
Since copr-cli-1.45 (in updates-testing right now) you can submit package
to group project like:
copr-cli build @GROUP/PROJECT
copr-cli build @mock/mock-dev
Creation of group project is not possible from command line right now due
OpenID restriction and you have to use WebUI.
This may change in near future.
There is no API method in APIv1. But we provide APIv2
which has methods to manipulate with groups.
To create new group in FAS, just follow:
If you have some personal project and you want to change it to group
project, then please let me know and we change it
Miroslav Suchy, RHCA
Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys
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