On Tuesday, May 28, 2019 11:58:20 AM CEST Miro Hrončok wrote:
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"
Either way however, I'm afraid of quota issues (for the record, I've
just added ~2700 such integrations).
You probably mean ~2700 package "source definitions", so they are built
from fedora dist-git. The "Integration" tab doesn't seem to be filled.
Is there a way to opt-out?
Uncheck the 'Auto-rebuild the package? (i.e. every commit or new tag)'
checkbox. That will though both disable pull-request->build support and
commit->build support. Having a separate checkbox for PRs and for pushes
would be a valid RFE, FWIW.
(I'm also curious about the UX of the builds page once there are
hundreds of PRs.)
Yes, the whole concept is in a rather early stage, speaking very carefully
(I do not even have to consider such "specific" projects as your one is).