On Thursday, 21 May 2015 8:56 PM, Eric Christensen
> I started this morning's meeting and no one showed up.
Yes, sorry about that. I stepped out in the evening thinking I'll be back before our
meeting time, but could not make it in time. :(
** pjp started non-responsive maintainer against
rubygem-activesupport in EPEL6
Whatever happened with this?
I had contacted the upstream Fedora maintainer about it, and couple of other packages(bugs
from 90-days-challenge), which were also maintained by Michael Stahnke. The Fedora
maintainer has agreed to push updates to EPEL builds too.
Anyone have any ideas? A new meeting time? Rewards/swag? Something
interesting to do?
I know this isn't the most fun job in Fedora but I'd like to think
we're making a difference. Perhaps we need to talk more about what we're doing
public (or, more in public)?
I agree, we are making a difference and an important one. I think more public talking
about it our activities and trying to incorporate security process into our current
package building/review steps should also help. That way folks would know that FST is an
integral part of Fedora package life cycle, just like -qa/-design/-documentation etc.
process. Currently it's perceived to be more of an optional one.
Secondly I think we need to be think of some services that we could offer to other
Fedora teams and/or contributors, maybe patch reviews, configuration audit/reviews etc.
(just thinking aloud)
-P J P