On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 5:02 PM, Josh Boyer <jwboyer(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
OK, initial builds of the packaging split I talked about last week
are now at:
Three things have since been pointed out to me.
1) Apparently some people have no idea what this is about. Go read this thread:
2) The kernel package is only 70k and has nothing in it. This is
expected. It's a metapackage that just requires kernel-core and
kernel-drivers to give you the equivalent of today's kernel package.
3) There are no changelogs. I'm aware of this. The changelog would
say "split kernel into kernel-core and kernel-drivers subpackages."
Kinda thought that was self-evident and listing it in %changelog makes
it harder to rebase as I go. Expect a %changelog entry when it's
committed, and more importantly the git commit log will actually be
informative to people that care about kernel.spec.