Some questions about Playground Repo
mmaslano at redhat.com
Tue Mar 18 11:36:22 UTC 2014
On 03/11/2014 06:57 PM, Deborah Rieden wrote:
> After reading through the playground repository draft  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?
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Env_and_Stacks/Playground_repository_%28draft%29
People around softwarecollections.org thought, we might use code from
softwarecollections.org and just change design, URL and few text strings.
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