dnf versus yum

Jiri Moskovcak jmoskovc at redhat.com
Thu Jan 9 15:56:31 UTC 2014


On 01/09/2014 04:40 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
>
> Am 09.01.2014 16:37, schrieb Jiri Moskovcak:
>> On 01/09/2014 04:12 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>>
>>> Am 09.01.2014 16:03, schrieb Jiri Moskovcak:
>>>>>    > https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1049310
>>>>>
>>>>> After asking on the bugzilla it seems that ales would like people who
>>>>> want this change to cc themselves on the bug report.  If the cc reaches
>>>>> 40 he'll reconsider.  Kinda a strange way of deciding but whatever works
>>>>> for the maintainer I guess.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> And what would be the right way to decide? And please stay assured that this is not a trolling,
>>>> I would really like to see some agreement in Fedora on how to decide these kind of things.
>>>
>>> in doubt in case of rewrites support the existing features and start
>>> the clean codebase with them in mind
>>
>> And that is official Fedora (I mean respected by the community) rule or yours?
>
> mine - there is no "official" one and hardly will ever be

Well, but there will have to be one, at least when the time comes and 
dnf will proposed as default. At that point someone (fesco?) will have 
to evaluate it and vote and either accept it or refuse it. And as I see 
it, the decision will have to be based on some criteria, so I'm actually 
asking for this criteria to be revealed now so we can end this thread in 
piece and get back to work...

>
> that is what a user normally expects: optimize things, add new features but do
> not demand him to change his workflow with no for the user obvious improvement
>
>

Well, I can use dnf in it's current shape quite fine and it works faster 
than yum which I take as an improvement, so for me it's ok. So what now?

--Jirka




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