I see the ticket of FranciscoD on the Planet, and I offer my help. I'm
not a sponsored packager, but can I co-maintain a package (I've got some
basics in the rpm build process)? I can do other things that not needed
big skills in medical/programming.
If I can help the the medical profession Iwould be very happy ;)
Thank you in advance,
Alexandre, Fedora User and Ambassador
On 05/09/13 09:42 AM, buildsys(a)fedoraproject.org wrote:
> Ray has broken dependencies in the rawhide tree:
> On x86_64:
> Ray-mpich2-2.1.0-6.fc19.x86_64 requires libmpichcxx.so.8()(64bit)
> Ray-mpich2-2.1.0-6.fc19.x86_64 requires libmpich.so.8()(64bit)
> On i386:
> Ray-mpich2-2.1.0-6.fc19.i686 requires libmpichcxx.so.8
> Ray-mpich2-2.1.0-6.fc19.i686 requires libmpich.so.8
> Please resolve this as soon as possible.
I fixed that in Ray-2.1.0-8.fc19. However, I did a scratch build so
I suppose the build was not tagged.
Here are my new koji builds:
rawhide build (with command "fedpkg build" in the master branch):
f19 build (with command "fedpkg build" in f19 branch):
I've just updated freemedforms/freediams to the latest version in
F18/F19 and pushed updates. I was wondering if we could have a quick IRC
meeting to discuss the status of the fedora medical project to see where
we stand and what else needs to be done.
I'd personally like to have a liveCD that we could maybe send out to any
medical practitioners we know and let them at least try it out and give
us feedback before we proceed further. (We may not be able to have an
official spin yet, but I can make an unofficial one for testing
I'd also like to use this meeting to try and get more contributors. Only
Mario and me, and maybe a few others currently maintain packages. As a
student, I personally can't really commit fixed time slots to these and
it'll be great to have co-maintainers and other people who can keep the
project running when any of us go MIA.
Would any one have time to attend such a meeting?
I've created a whenisgood meeting manager link here:
Please mark the times that you may be available. I'm slightly busy with
an assessment coming up in mid September, but I can look into adding
more slots if we can't come up with a time.
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