I've recently added 2 new packages, but when I tried to add them to
F27/F26 updates, it doesn't recognize them in the "Packages" box and
says: "Unable to find any packages that match the current query". BTW, I
can create the desired update, the only inconvenience is that Bodhi
doesn't provide any auto-completion assists.
I guess it is not the expected behaviour. You can try
'golang-github-dchest-siphash' as an example.
I noticed in comps that the group "hardware support" is set to false under <user visible> tag. This group is also not shown as "add ons" for minimal installation in anaconda.
Why is the group hidden? Can we show "hardware support" group in Anaconda (non-live installers, of course)? Installing this group is the easiest way to get wireless network access on laptops.
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Good Morning Everyone,
I recently found out that some packages were not correctly migrated from pkgdb
Looking at a couple of ones in pkgdb, it seem the issue is basically that a group
has commit access to the package but no-one has commit or approveacls so during
the migration, the script was not able to find an user to set as main admin
(pagure not supporting having groups as main admin).
Is there anyone interested in becoming the main admin for these packages?
Here is the full list:
Thanks for your help,