On Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 09:05:44PM +0100, Clement Verna wrote:
It is now possible to use bodhi to release a new container build.
Currently it is following the same flow as packages.
After a successful OSBS build, a bodhi update can be created. Fedpkg does
not yet support creating updates for containers , so you have to either
use bodhi web UI or the bodhi cli. For example
Â Â Â bodhi updates new --type enhancement --notes "cockpit update to
version 181-2"Â cockpit-181-2.fc29
Once the update is pushed to testing, the container will be available in
the registry with the testing tag
Â Â Â podman pull registry.fedoraproject.org/f29/cockpit:testing
Then the container latest tag will be pushed to
, if it receives +3 karma or waits 7 days in
 - https://pagure.io/fedpkg/issue/296
This is a great news!
Just to clarify for those like me who aren't playing with containers much.
What happened before? There was no updates of containers at all?
Assuming there was update, is this replacing the old workflow (in other words,
is it mandatory to use bodhi from now on to push update?)
Just to be sure I understand the impact of this properly :)
Thanks and kudos again to all those involved!