Koschei - new Fedora infrastructure service

Mikolaj Izdebski mizdebsk at redhat.com
Thu Jun 25 13:41:01 UTC 2015


I'm glad to announce that as of yesterday Koschei production instance
has been moved Fedora infrastructure and now it can be considered as
officially-supported Fedora service.

Koschei is a continuous integration service for Fedora packages.
Koschei is aimed at helping Fedora developers by detecting problems as
soon as they appear in rawhide - it tries to detect package FTBFS in
rawhide by scratch-building them in Koji.  More information can be
found at Fedora Wiki [1].

Interested parties can be automatically notified when Koschei detects
change in package FTBFS status.  In order to subscribe to email or IRC
notifications you can follow instructions at [2].

At the time of writing, Koschei monitors about 20 % of all Fedora
packages, but anyone with FAS account can add packages they are
interested in.  See [3] for details how to add packages to Koschei.

I would like to thank everybody who helped to make Koschei at Fedora
infrastructure possible, especially Kevin Fenzi, who sponsored Koschei
request for resources and assisted us with the migration.

[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koschei
[2] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koschei#Notifications
[3] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koschei#Adding_packages

-- 
Mikolaj Izdebski



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