Can someone point me to a way to generate a list of non-retired packages
that I am a maintainer on? Thanks.
Hunting around for a "pagure cli" doesn't bring up much that seems active.
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There are 3 topics for the Fedora Medical SIG in this email.
## Creating RPM group: medical-sig
I would like to add "medical-sig" to the RPM groups that is listed on
the page below.
Someone do you know how to create the group?
## Including bio-tech to Medical SIG
Seeing the SIG's wiki page, right now Medical SIG is for
Doctor/Dentist's healthcare system specific.
I want to update the Medical SIG's wiki page including bio-tech,
In my opinion, a challenge for the medical, biology communities is the
Each medical and bio package maintainer in Fedora tends to manage
their RPM packages in individual level.
I want to make the Medical SIG the inclusive place the place to
communicate and work collaboratively for the RPM packages.
A good role model for the concept of Medical SIG is Debian Med team.
> The Debian Med project prepares packages that are associated with medicine, pre-clinical research, and life sciences. Its developments are mostly focused on three areas for the moment: medical practice, imaging and bioinformatics.
I want to adapt the concept to Fedora Medical SIG.
Biology is the sub category of the Medical in the Debian Med project.
Well, for example working for creating a yogurt that has a strength
for the disease sequencing the yogurt bacteria genome is not medical.
But aligning with Debian Medical project is still meaningful for me.
If you are interested in Medical/Biology, please join us to Medical SIG!
It's a very moderate traffic group right now.
=> Manage subscription
Mailing list address: medical-sig(a)lists.fedorahosted.org
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Hi list, I'm trying to fix this problem
It built in previous releases, so I assume is gcc 10 related
The package build in all arches except in arm an the error is:
member function 'bool INDI::Telescope::processTimeInfo(const char*, const
error: 'stime' was not declared in this scope; did you mean 'ctime'?
1647 | stime(&raw_time);
make: *** [CMakeFiles/indidriverstatic.dir/build.make:352:
CMakeFiles/indidriverstatic.dir/libs/indibase/inditelescope.cpp.o] Error 1
For some reason, stime works in all arches except in arm. Any hint?
Thank you, Sergio
So, I caught an interesting story on LWN today:
it appears the FSF is planning to run a forge and contribute to
whatever project they use, and Pagure is currently their leading
"Pagure (seems most likely, its our current focus)"
were we aware of this? Is it feeding into the forge evaluation at all?
Given that resource constraints seem to be a significant factor,
presumably having some resources contributed by FSF would be rather
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