is a compose that has all the live images that completed a reminder you can
find the tasks
Some things to note,
The Spins directory has been renamed Labs and Live has been renamed to Spins,
the Arm disk images will land in Spins.
Games is too big. Apparently squashfs images bigger than 4GiB are not okay
There is a bunch that are failing due to broken dependencies. Any that fail to
compose for Alpha will not ship in Fedora 24 I will be removing them from
being attempted and will not be adding them back. I will also be enforcing the
testing of the images in Fedora 24 also.
So please get on top of the broken dependencies and get your Spins and Labs
Author: Bruno Wolff III <bruno(a)wolff.to>
Date: Mon Feb 22 13:52:02 2016 -0600
games: Cut pinball for size
pinball pulls in fluid-soundfont-lite-patches. I thought I had already
removed everything that did. I am not sure if I missed something or
if pinball changed.
fedora-live-games.ks | 2 +-
1 files changed, 1 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)
diff --git a/fedora-live-games.ks b/fedora-live-games.ks
index 12837aa..d06879f 100644
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ nethack-vultures
#neverball #cut for size
+#pinball # Would pull in fluid-soundfont-lite-patches
#supertuxkart #remove for size
I am sending this to the devel and spins lists. Feel free to forward to
other places people who might be affected by it should see it.
We setup the spin-kickstart project on fedorahosted a long time ago.
At the start it was just the various spins and it's trac instance was
used in the new spins workflow. Then, it was a handy place to put the
dvd iso kickstart that releng made also. Then over time we added cloud
and docker and everything else that used a kickstart to it. In the
start we added some bugzilla components for the various spins for end
user bugs, and used the trac for workflow things. Over time due to
all the images there lots of people have been given commit access to
the repo. Then the spins sig went quiet and we have sort of been limping
along since then with trac tickets not getting to anyone who cares,
I'd like to propose the following plan of action:
* Setup a new project at pagure.io called just kickstarts or
releng-kickstarts or something. (Bikeshed alert).
* Setup tags for all the various groups that have kickstarts. ie,
'xfce' 'docker' 'cloud' 'atomic' 'workstation' etc. And get someone
from each of those groups to actually watch the tags or someone to CC
on who will actually look at those tagged issues.
* Reduce the number of commiters a bunch and ask people to submit PR's
when they want a change. This will allow releng/qa to control changes
when in freeze. ie, we can require a freeze break and point to the
PR/bug with the exact change and merge it when it's approved.
* Copy the git repo over to it from fedorahosted. Close that repo.
* Mass close all the fedorahosted trac tickets and close trac to new
ones with a note to file new issues in pagure. ( 21 tickets
* Close the "LiveCD*" components in bugzilla to new bugs and close any
existing ones with a note to refile at pagure. (18 bugs currently):
* Adjust koji config to pull from pagure.io instead of fedorahosted.
Thoughts? Additional steps? Better plans?
On 02/21/2016 04:44 PM, Amit Saha wrote:
> Both the Scientific and the KDE spins failed most recent build with:
> Error creating Live CD : Failed to build transaction :
> soprano-2.9.4-12.fc24.x86_64 requires redland-virtuoso
> Is filing a bug at
> https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/redland-virtuoso/ the best way
No need, should be fixed with soprano-2.9.4-13 build submitted now.
Sorry about that.