On Wed, 8 Jan 2014 19:10:43 +0100
Pierre-Yves Chibon <pingou(a)pingoured.fr> wrote:
Here is my list (in no particular order):
- We need to port FAS to a new(er) framework
- Move the user auth completely out of FAS?
How would that work?
...snip all good stuff...
- Kick the package review-request out of bugzilla
- Tight(er) integration with koji
- Run fedora-review on each changes
- Run scratch build on each changes
- Provide a temporary git repo for each review that could then be
merged into the official git repo after the review
- This seems to interest the dev and stack group, see third point
- We may want to see with tflink and the QA if there are tools in
addition to fedora-review that could be included
Interesting idea. Note that we also need to keep a record of all the
work done there. By that I mean I often go back and look at a package
review to see if something was missed or addressed or noted. We would
need to make sure people could go back and look at the history easily.
- It would be nice to re-work the election application to build in
some sort of plugin systems allowing different votes
- Eventually it would be very nice to merge nuancier into election
as a plugin
=> I have no real idea yet on how to do so, I just think it would
be nice to have it :)
- With FAS it is probably the oldest application that we have that
does not have a new version coming. We need to update it (new db
scheme (?), new framework, unit-tests...)
- Using fedmsg or koji directly we are able to retrieve the date of
the last successful build of any packages in our collections. This
way we could trigger an automatic rebuild to check FTBFS of every
package every X time (6 month?).
This could tie in with the taskotron efforts I would think.
* Auto-rebuild of broken deps
- When we detect a broken deps we should try to rebuild all the
dependency and propose the change to the packager if the build
Not at all easy to do, but yeah...
Speaking of auto rebuilding...
* autorebuild infra instances
In particular buildvm's would be nice to reap and rebuild
automatically, but this could extend to other things. Just take out
of production, rebuild and readd.
Some of these are duable, other are more in the range of thinking
loudly but all in all, this is what I have in mind for 2014 at the
Good stuff. ;)