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Re: [scl.org] CentOS SCLo SIG sync-up meeting on #centos-devel (2015-07-08)



On 07/08/2015 08:17 AM, Honza Horak wrote:
* Consulting changes in tags structure in CBS

A short highlight where I'd like to change things (any feedback welcome and we can consult it later today)..

We already spoke about it before, but it seems to me the current tags names don't work this way -- the changes basically come from the idea to have two sets of collections:

* one set of RHSCL collections (basically RHSCL content, just available for everyone, something like CentOS is to RHEL)

* another set of collections that are not in RHSCL (that extend the RHSCL collections or they are something what is not in RHSCL at all, something like EPEL is to CentOS/RHEL)

Having the sets separated will be useful for RH customers who will be able to use RHSCL packages from RH, but will be able to use the EPEL-like collections as well.


Anyway, that means we'll need to change the tags scheme this way:

Instead of sclo7-common-{candidate,testing,release} we'll need to have two sets of tags/repositories:
* sclo7-common-rh-{candidate,testing,release} (acts as centos for rhel)
* sclo7-common-sclo-{candidate,testing,release} (acts as epel for rhel/centos)

Every collection will then put the packages into one of these tags/repositories, e.g.:

* sclo7-common-rh-{candidate,testing,release} will contain all packages from collections devtoolset-3, mariadb55, php55, ...

* sclo7-common-sclo-{candidate,testing,release} will contain all packages from collections php55-extra, devtoolset-3-extra, erlang18, ...

Honza


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