Pierre-Yves Chibon pingou at
Fri Jan 24 07:45:52 UTC 2014

On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 01:23:13AM +0100, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Peter Lemenkov wrote:
> > IMHO you're absolutely wrong. Fortunately it seems that not so much
> > people agree with you since I see a lot of activily on a given
> > third-party proprietary web service (compared with a dead silence at
> > fedorahosted). So actually people already voted, and they voted
> > against Fedorahosted. You just need to realize that we already "lost"
> > "control" here. I understand that numbers could be much more
> > convincing and I hope somebody will measure activity at fedorahosted
> > and at GitHub but I doubt the results disprove my point.
> That's why we need enforcement. There should be a statement from a competent 
> committee (Board, FESCo, whomever) that effective NOW, stuff can ONLY be 
> uploaded to production (and staging too, probably) infrastructure if it is 
> either:
> (a) developed on Fedora Hosted or
> (b) has a demonstrable non-Fedora upstream and significant use at other 
> projects (i.e., a clause intended for stuff like Trac that's clearly reuse 
> of existing third-party community code, NOT stuff like pkgdb2).

I'm confused, are you talking about: ?

Just wondering if you're talking just because you want to open your mouth or if
I should actually listen to you...


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