Koschei - new Fedora infrastructure service
mizdebsk at redhat.com
Thu Jun 25 13:41:01 UTC 2015
I'm glad to announce that as of yesterday Koschei production instance
has been moved Fedora infrastructure and now it can be considered as
officially-supported Fedora service.
Koschei is a continuous integration service for Fedora packages.
Koschei is aimed at helping Fedora developers by detecting problems as
soon as they appear in rawhide - it tries to detect package FTBFS in
rawhide by scratch-building them in Koji. More information can be
found at Fedora Wiki .
Interested parties can be automatically notified when Koschei detects
change in package FTBFS status. In order to subscribe to email or IRC
notifications you can follow instructions at .
At the time of writing, Koschei monitors about 20 % of all Fedora
packages, but anyone with FAS account can add packages they are
interested in. See  for details how to add packages to Koschei.
I would like to thank everybody who helped to make Koschei at Fedora
infrastructure possible, especially Kevin Fenzi, who sponsored Koschei
request for resources and assisted us with the migration.
More information about the infrastructure