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[scl.org] Minutes from CentOS SCLo SIG sync-up meeting on #centos-devel (2016-01-13)



#topic devtoolset-4 rebuilding updates
  https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=10106
  - bstinson plans to look at ^ in the evening hopefully
- we're looking for a volunteer to write more tests for devtoolset-3/4 like https://github.com/sclorg/sclo-ci-tests/tree/master/collections/devtoolset-3-rh
  - and another volunteer to integrate tests from ^ to CentOS CI
- #action Dominic and hhorak will talk after meeting about the tests and you then Dominic can do some magic in CI - for getting access to CI, follow https://wiki.centos.org/QaWiki/CI#head-d2a4e0fbb3b40c3f283c33b514e88670cb8956b4

#topic review of how development of new scls is working
rought proposal: building packages -> candidate -> sanity testing -> testing -> [wait till rhscl is released] -> tag released -> sign&release - usual tagging process: tag -candidate -> [sanity testing] -> tag -testing -> [better testing] -> tag -released -> sign&release - how it will be done for collections that gonna be released in RHSCL in the future? - idea: such collections should stay in -testing until they are released in RHSCL -- bad idea? shout now.

#topic Provides/Obsoletes to centos-release-scl
- there is the older repo package called centos-release-SCL with quite old packages and centos-release-scl now, witch packages build in cbs
  - we should add Provides/Obsoletes into centos-release-scl
  - #action hhorak will test it and ask someone to create an update

#topic package for RHEL users that installs sclo packages above RHSCL
- there is currently no nice way how to install repo http://mirror.centos.org/centos-7/7/sclo/x86_64/sclo/ in RHEL, when user doesn't have centos-release-sclo packages available - a package in epel or in copr would do the work, while copr seems like a better alternative (some people might be not willing to enable epel for just this package + people were used to install packages from copr (or softwarecollections.org) and it haven't been issue)
  - #action hhorak will prepare the package and share on ML

Honza


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