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On Thu, 2017-09-07 at 12:24 +0200, Robert-André Mauchin wrote:
Le mercredi 06 sept. 2017 à 17:15:16 (-0500), Jason L Tibbitts III a
> So I made this thing: https://pagure.io/package-cleanup-service
> I have no idea if anyone would either want to help with cleanup, or
> would want anyone to actually do cleanup on their packages. But we
> Pagure and pull requests now, which means that this stuff is far
> to do than before.
> So, if you want to help, let me know and I'll add you to the
> project and
> we'll see if any tickets come in. If you think it's a stupid idea,
> me know and... I guess I won't add you to the project. If you want
> someone to have a look at one of your packages, go ahead and be the
> first to file a ticket. At this point I can't promise any kind of
> response time, but we'll see how it goes.
> One thing I did add there was a distillation of a packaging style
> that I've tinkered with on and off for years now. I'm sure that
> something there will annoy someone, but we're only offering
> cleanups and
> even then only when someone asks for them, so I do hope to avoid
> flamewars there but I do also welcome constructive feedback and
> for improvement.
> - J<
This is great. Does it also include the removal of old scriptlets
shouldn't be included in Fedora >= 24, as shown in an older revision
this page: https://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=Packaging:Scri
I still seem some people using them while doing reviews.
To my understanding, yes.
Obviously, unless people asked for EPEL
compatibility (in which case person should add some if condition to
packaging mailing list -- packaging(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
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- -Igor Gnatenko
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