Log from this weeks EPEL-SIG meeting (20070718)

Thorsten Leemhuis fedora at leemhuis.info
Thu Jul 19 07:28:56 UTC 2007

On 18.07.2007 19:54, Michael Stahnke wrote:
> [12:17] <mmcgrath> should I enable a weekly run of the spam script?
> [12:17] * mmcgrath is running one right now with --nomail to get a
> list of whats borked.
> [12:17] <Jeff_S> mmcgrath: I think that would be nice
> [12:17] *** You set the channel topic to "EPEL Meeting - spam o magic
> script  - mmcgrath".
> [12:18] <_blah_> weekly?  how about daily? :)
> [12:18] <stahnma> I vote once the kinks are worked out, we enable it
> [12:18] <Jeff_S> mmcgrath: is it easy to change the script to point to
> testing/ once we start using that directory?
> [12:19] <mmcgrath> stahnma: I think the kinks are mostly worked out,
> Once this thing finishes I'll send it to paste bin (or the list if it
> takes too long)
> [12:20] <dgilmore> mmcgrath: id like to see a weekly run
> [12:20] <Jeff_S> +1

Could a push of new packages trigger the script run? That how it seems
to have worked in Extras, and that's likely the best solution afaics, as
people that build new packages then will immediately get "you broke
something feedback" -- that's afaics much better then up to a week later.


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