On Wed, 2018-06-13 at 12:03 -0700, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
> On 06/12/2018 07:41 AM, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
>> Good Morning Everyone,
>> So yesterday we held a meeting on #fedora-apps about the future of PDC in
>> We kept notes in etherpad at: http://etherpad.osuosl.org/pdc_fedora
>> Here is the gist of it:
>> What do we currently store in PDC:
>> * modules data - the list of what modules have been built, what rpms are in
>> and which ones are active or not.
>> * Stream branches, branch ownership, retirement dates (EOL/SLE)
>> * release/life-circle tracking
>> * product and product versions (fedpkg gets active Fedora and EPEL releases
>> from product versions endpont)
> As an aside did we ever get that 'in development' addition we wanted so
> we could point everything still using pkgdb to pdc for release status?
All the code got done but no-one has yet/ever put a process in place to
actually populate Fedora's PDC with the appropriate data, so it's not
there. Things (fedfind, gnome-software...) are still using the
'collections' JSON for now.
Is that the last thing using pkgdb that we know of?
It would be pretty sad to keep running pkgdb, and pdc and the new thing
all at the same time. :(