Kevin Kofler wrote:
Dennis Gilmore <dennis <at> ausil.us> writes:
> Personally I would like to leave it as is. we still need plague for EPEL so
> by switching we wont be freeing up resources. currently plague and koji are
> co-existing on the same builders peacefully.
However, merging F6 would have some benefits:
* maintainer ignorance of Bodhi would no longer cause broken upgrade paths
(because everything would have to go through Bodhi or not be updated at all),
* community comaintainers could push updates for FC6 packages too.
Perhaps more of a Bohdi thing ... but I'd like to have the "testing"
branch/push capability everywhere -- including EPEL, so we have
consistant "testing" branches everywhere we can use. That being said,
FC-6 isn't going to be supported for crazy-long, so that need is
probably not that urgent for backporting.
There's a need to test applications in other things than the bleeding
edge distro, especially because they are all slightly different platforms.
Otherwise, we have to maintain seperate "testing" repos for our own apps
on various distros -- which would be a great thing to have an
established and comprehensive hosted build system for :)