----- Original Message -----
From: "nicolas mailhot"
To: "Development discussions related to Fedora"
Cc: golang(a)lists.fedoraproject.org, "Discussion of RPM packaging standards and
practices for Fedora"
Sent: Monday, February 5, 2018 3:27:01 PM
Subject: Re: [Fedora-packaging] Re: <DKIM> Re: Proposed Fedora packaging guideline:
More Go packaging
----- Mail original -----
De: "Jakub Cajka"
> Our as Fedora or yours company/org? I believe that your contribution of
> those in to Fedora will be much
Our was meaning the set of specs we are preparing for inclusion. Can't really
share them before the macros they depend on are merged in rawhide.
You can grab most of those from
before I nuke it to launch a new build from scratch (if seems a bit of grpc
bootstraping failed this run so that's back to build log analysis, add
constrains, scratch, retry, wait 3 days for the result. I soooo hate the yum
version in copr, every time there is a dumb decision to make it will make
it, it manages to make yum in EL7 look smart)
You have to explicit about the specs, TBH I have had more fun with dnf, when it fist came
I believe that you can already open pull requests and review requests stating the
dependency(so it doesn't get merger too soon) as it will take it some time to merge
and details can get ironed out during merging/review. As IMHO your guidelines will require
whole distro change/rebuild to make it compliant. I feel like you haven't been
engaging with current maintainers much.
> > But IMHO even your changes will not change this, if you don't have few
> > dedicated packager around to
> > do all the bidding.
> Sure, the changes will only remove some barriers to new Go packagers, they
> can't replace those packagers, or the people who take care of the baseline
> Nicolas Mailhot
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