Would it be possible to add more information to the emails sent to notify
about Koji Garbage Collection (
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koji/GarbageCollection )? I receive these
emails and I usually know why I received them (usually an update was
obsoleted because of a fix for an issue that was identified in the testing
repo), but sometimes I receive them and have no idea why. Was there a build
I did but forgot about? Was it because of a rebuild that someone else did?
Did I forgot to push an update to stable? Is this something I need to look
into? It's usually possible to track down the "why" but annoying and time
consuming to do so.
So is the "why" available in the system that sends out the notification
emails? If so, would it be possible for that to be included?
Hi all my name is Pete V.
As a long time Linux user, I feel the time has come to step up and
contribute big time. Since Fedora core was officially my first
I really liked, Fedora would be my chosen target to do this
As of my limited understanding and meetings I followed earlier today
packages have been orphaned because of unresponsive maintainers.
I would like to package and maintain the packages as listed.
were do I assign these to myself, in BZ?