I'm upstream author of the abi-compliance-checker, abi-dumper, api-sanity-checker and
pkgdiff Fedora packages, maintainer of the https://abi-laboratory.pro/?view=tracker
developer (in the past) of the LSB Infrastructure project and LSB Core tests.
Since 2014 I am passionate about the Linux hardware compatibility. The result of my work
in this area is the hw-probe tool that checks operability of devices on computer board by
collecting and analysis of hardware related system logs and outputs of other tools like
lspci, lsusb, hwinfo, smartctl, etc. Most interesting hardware logs and statistics are
dumped to the Github repository so that anyone can perform any kind of analysis:
Most interesting stats are:
* Reliability of hard drives: https://github.com/linuxhw/SMART
* Devices with poor Linux-compatibility: https://github.com/linuxhw/HWInfo
Adding this package to Fedora will improve stats and may simplify sharing of multiple logs
between developers and users of the Fedora platform. Private info is removed from logs at
client-side (username, machine's hostname, IP addresses, MAC addresses, serial
numbers, etc.), so sharing a probe link is more safe than attaching original system logs.
Review Request: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1655421
Can someone take this package or sponsor me to maintain it?
It's a simple noarch package with a simple spec file.