I'm forwarding my question to Infra.
I want to enable release monitoring for my packages. The wiki
mentions that the-new-hotness "...when it receives a message indicating
that a project has a new release, if that project is mapped to a Fedora
package, it will check in pkgdb2 if the Fedora package is marked to be
monitored. " However pkgdb is retired and I cannot see an option to
turn monitoring status on package page of src.fedoraproject.org
So, is there anyone that can point us how we can change the 'release
On 09/19/2017 08:04 PM, Zamir Sun wrote:
On Mon, Aug 14, 2017 at 11:06 PM, Jaroslav Skarvada
> How to change upstream release monitoring, i.e. how to
> switch the states between disabled, monitoring, and
> monitoring with build? I didn't find anything related in ,
> so I tried:
Does anyone know how can we do this? Recently I also want to change
the status for some packages.
Thanks in advance.
> $ fedrepo-req preeny -m monitoring -t 1479022
> But the request  was closed as invalid? What's the correct
> procedure for it?
> thanks & regards
Ziqian SUN (Zamir)
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