1 Big repo vs multiple small ones

Tadej Jane┼ż tadej.janez at tadej.hicsalta.si
Wed Mar 19 23:38:12 UTC 2014

On Wed, 2014-03-19 at 10:32 -0400, Bohuslav Kabrda wrote: 
> ----- Original Message -----
> > On 03/19/2014 02:30 AM, Jens Petersen wrote:
> > > Is it just better discoverability/filtering and ease of adding repos?
> > > If copr provided signing and repo packages would there be much difference?
> > 
> > Yes. It is merely stating that if you want to use python-3.4 you should use
> > bkabrda/python-3.4 which e.g was promised
> > (by some request for playground inclusion) to be stable. Rather then
> > some_random_user/python-3.4 which is just some
> > one-shot project with some hackish patches.
> Yes, this is my idea as well. Plus, as we already stated, in time the Playground repos could get some (semi-)automated reviews/sanity checks/autoQA as opposed to standard copr repos.

Although I support the vision of a single "big" Playground repository, I
see a benefit in having this other repository concept. Maybe it could
just be an "index" of "starred" COPRs that:
1) have undergone some automatic review / QA, or
2) are being (co)-maintained by the same people that (co)-maintain the
software in Fedora's main repository (e.g. Slavek's python-3.4 COPR), or
3) are being (co)-maintained by provenpackagers, or


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