Finding builder resources for FTBFS (was: Fedora 15 ARM hardfp Virtual FAD (Fedora Activity Day) - FRIDAY)
bjorn at xn--rombobjrn-67a.se
Sun Jul 10 15:13:14 UTC 2011
Matt Domsch wrote:
> But the procedure lacks a key component -
> identifying, through Fedora Project-maintained efforts (and not my own
> private efforts), the list of pacakges that FTBFS. That could be a
> rel-eng mass rebuild run. That could be a stand-alone rebuild effort.
> I'm not going to dictate. I have had some interest from individuals
> asking how they could help, but they seemed to be daunted by the need
> for a good deal of builder resources to do a mass rebuild in a
> reasonable amount of time. And unfortunately, I'm not in a position
> to put the builders I scrounged up on the public internet for use.
I wonder if this could be done by distributed volunteer computing, perhaps as
a BOINC project.
From a security veiwpoint it may not be a good idea to install packages that
have been built on some random dude's computer, but that's not a problem if
we'll build them just to check that the build process works and won't actually
use the built packages.
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