Some questions about Playground Repo

Deborah Rieden drieden at
Tue Mar 11 17:57:18 UTC 2014


After reading through the playground repository draft [1] I thought it would be helpful to have tooling which can display the contents and status of the playground repo.  For example:
- Display the package(s) in the repository
- Display the date when the package was added
- Display the date when the package was last updated
- Display who owns the package, if a provenpackager a special symbol is displayed?
- Display the status of the package (like if it is bad, unusable, removed, terrific)
- Is package in Fedora, or moving to Fedora?  Which version.
- Is the package signed?  If not signed do we want to state why?  Do we want to include a link to request 
  that this package be considered for signing?
- Are there any tests associated with this package? - automated, manual, etc.
- Does package have broken dependencies?  If so, it is marked a certain way.

This information should be viewable by anyone?  Any restrictions?
This information should be automatically generated.  A human is not needed to create the report. 

Any comments?  



Debi Rieden
Engineering Program Manager
(Developer Toolset (DTS), Software Collections (RHSCL), LPC Pilot and some other projects), Fedora Environment and Stacks Working Group
Westford (2S719)
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