Playground Repo Requirements Document
mmaslano at redhat.com
Wed Feb 26 15:40:40 UTC 2014
On 02/25/2014 07:23 PM, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> Okay, I started a requirements document for the playground repository:
> There's three things that we need to do with this to make it useful for FESCo:
> 1) Add other things we need to decide on to the Open Questions. We
> especially need things that will affect the work needed to implement
> the repository but we can decide which things those are later.
> 2) Decide which features from the Open Questions we want to apply to
> the Playground repository. Update the description section as we make
> 3) Analyze what will be needed to implement the features we've decided
> the Playground repository needs to have and fill in the Identified
> Needs sections with that information.
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Thanks for the draft. I left comments to some points, but I'd rather
discuss it on next meeting, but because you probably won't be there...
My opinions on Open Questions:
* signing - sure we need to sign (copr requirement)
* I would prefer rolling updates and no testing repository. It's
Playground, bugs can be there.
* I don't know what's mirrormanager. Mirroring to all Fedora mirrors? I
guess we don't need it at start.
* self hosting - no, I guess we don't have to ship BuildRequires in
Playground repo. It can do shipping of some packages easier.
* no reviews! It should be quick and easy. Maybe someone else than owner
of copr repo should approve new projects, which will go into Playground.
Maybe cla+1 could mean automatic push into Playground if user click on
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