The Forgotten "F": A Tale of Fedora's Foundations

Kevin Fenzi kevin at
Thu Apr 24 16:07:06 UTC 2014

On Thu, 24 Apr 2014 10:04:41 -0600
Ken Dreyer <ktdreyer at> wrote:

> One practical difference is that there's no bug trackers for
> individual COPRs. At least when a package is in Fedora, communication
> can happen in a central place (Bugzilla), and there's an FE-LEGAL
> blocker mechanism, etc. That tooling is much easier than trying to
> handle things over private email, and none of that tooling exists
> outside the distro. I've looked through COPR's features and roadmap
> and I've not seen plans to add it, unfortunately.

Well, copr does have a 'legal flag' checkbox... when you check this on
a copr, it sends email to a bunch of people who can look at the thing
and see if it really has an issue and can mail the copr maintainer
about it. 

Not as easy, but should be workable for things noticed... 

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