FESCo has heard a few complaints of cases where packages were newer (in
some cases several versions newer) in F-14 than in rawhide. So this is
just a friendly reminder that you should be updating rawhide
(dist-f15) in addition to branched (dist-f14.) Inheritence from F-14
into rawhide isn't automatic if there's been a separate build in
dist-f15 since the branching, so please keep in mind updating rawhide
While I'm reminding, just another friendly reminder that you must submit
update requests using bodhi for updates in F-14 as well, as there has
been a bit of confusion about that as well.
regards, Kyle M. for the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee.
The Fedora Packaging Committee has an open seat. Are you interested in
helping to decide the packaging standards and guidelines for Fedora? Are
you familiar with the inner workings of RPM and its spec file magic? Do
you make the wiki cry? Does trac tremble in your wake? Are you
clinically insane? (Well, the last one isn't mandatory, but it helps.)
Members of the Fedora Packaging Committee get:
* My neverending gratitude
* The ability to tell people "I'm on the Fedora Packaging Committee"
* Good karma
The FPC meets weekly on IRC, Tuesdays at 1600 UTC
If you're interested in this seat, please email me.