Bodhi 0.7.5 release
by Luke Macken
I just pushed a version 0.7.5 of bodhi into production. This release
contains the following notable changes:
proventesters & strict critical path update handling
Critical path package updates now require positive karma from two
proventesters, and a single +1 from one other community member.
You can get a list of critical path updates using the bodhi web interface:
You can optionally pass in a specific 'release' or an 'untested' flag,
which will return a list of critical path updates that have yet to be
approved. I have not added these links to the main interface yet,
because at the moment they are fairly expensive calls. This will be
addressed in an upcoming release.
The latest command-line client also supports these options as well:
$ bodhi --critpath --untested --release F13
I re-enabled the auto-obsoletion code in bodhi. This means that new
updates will automatically obsolete older testing updates containing the
same packages. The new update will also inherit all of the old updates
bugs and notes. This code had been disabled for a while now, due to
some nasty edge cases, but those have since been resolved.
If you experience any problems, please file tickets here:
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Fedora 14 Feature Submission Deadline in Three Weeks
by John Poelstra
It is hard to believe, but it is true, we are almost a month into
Fedora 14 development. This email serves as a friendly reminder that
the deadline for submitting new features for Fedora 14 is Tuesday, July
13, 2010. After this date newly submitted features will be targeted for
Fedora 15 unless an exception is granted by FESCo.
Accepted Fedora 14 features so far:
If you are are current feature page owner, thank you for already
submitting your feature for Fedora 14 and contributing to the next
release of Fedora. If you haven't updated your feature page in the last
month it would be a great help to every one if you would do so. As we
start to reach deadlines and test releases for Fedora 14, more and more
people query the feature pages and we'd love to know that what they find
is current and correct.
Fedora 14 Schedule: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/14/Schedule
Fedora Feature Process: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/Policy
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