On 28. 05. 19 6:11, Pavel Raiskup wrote:
On Monday, May 27, 2019 5:42:01 PM CEST Miro Hrončok wrote:
> It seems that the package is not available in the copr repo.
It is not in the main copr repo (directory), but in separate one
(dedicated to a concrete PR).
> Could you help me understand this feature?
It was designed so you can 'dnf copr enable
instead. It's though not something people should trust automatically..
> Can anyone build anything in my copr via this feature, but for obvious
> reasons, the builds are not added to the repo?
Right, anyone who is able to submit PR is able to build within your
project, though in separate directory so the production repo isn't affected.
Thanks. I think I understand this now.
I'm glad this is not "poisoning" the repository.
Either way however, I'm afraid of quota issues (for the record, I've just added
~2700 such integrations).
Is there a way to opt-out?
(I'm also curious about the UX of the builds page once there are hundreds of PRs.)