Copr and Playground plugin part of dnf-plugins-core?
eischmann at redhat.com
Fri Apr 25 08:50:39 UTC 2014
Miroslav Suchý píše v Čt 24. 04. 2014 v 11:29 +0200:
> In https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1090516
> Jiri asked for removing Copr (and Playground) DNF plugin out of dnf-plugins-core.
> Since this is not technical but merely political question I would like to ask wider audience:
> Put your voice here please:
> If there will be significant votes for one option, I would do what most of you wish.
> Otherwise I will forward it to Fesco for decision.
> Miroslav Suchy, RHCE, RHCDS
> Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer, #brno, #devexp, #fedora-buildsys
In the ticket, one of the DNF maintainers said that the target audience
of the copr plugin are developers using copr. That's IMHO completely
wrong. Ubuntu has had the private repo infrastructure for years and it's
used by a wide user base, definitely not only by developers or not even
only by experience users. For example the GNOME 3.12 copr repo is used
by thousands of users nowadays. Moreover the plugin is IMHO targeted
rather at normal users to make adding a new copr repo easier for them.
Developers have no problem with the traditional way.
If the maintainers don't want to maintain it in dnf-plugins-core, I
don't think we can do much about it. The question is if the plugin
(whether it's part of dnf-plugins-core or in a separate package) should
be preinstalled. And that's something working groups should decide. I'm
100% for having it preinstalled at least in Workstation.
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