[scl.org] Is softwarecollections.org intended to eventually become an upstream for RHSCL?
riehecky at fnal.gov
Fri Apr 24 14:42:21 UTC 2015
On 04/23/2015 11:46 PM, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> I just noticed that the new Python 3.4 container for RHSCL 2.0 isn't up
> on softwarecollections.org yet, and it appears the Python 2.7 container
> is also still the earlier 1.1 container. This suggests that my
> perception that softwarecollections.org was already an upstream for
> RHSCL was incorrect, and it is in fact currently still downstream of the
> commercial versions.
> Is this relationship intended to be inverted as part of the
> establishment of the SCL CentOS SIG, such that softwarecollections.org
> gets the in-development versions, which are then filtered, tested and
> stabilised to create the commercial releases?
I've not seen an announcement saying SCL2.0 was released by RH.
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