[scl.org] How to submit patches for SCLs

Nick Coghlan ncoghlan at redhat.com
Mon Jul 4 13:11:09 UTC 2016

On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 12:01 AM, Honza Horak <hhorak at redhat.com> wrote:
> General rule of what goes in is that it always depends on the author of the
> particular collection.
> For collections coming from SCLo SIG group (community), the best thing to do
> would be sending pull requests on github as mentioned bellow and contact
> this ML if nothing happens (not everybody tracks github appropriately).
> For collections coming from Red Hat (usually those with rh- prefix), we have
> quite strict rule, that we don't want to include anything what is not
> included in RHSCL packages. So, what might be more successful strategy for
> collections coming from Red Hat is reporting bug to the Red Hat Bugzilla and
> increase probability of inclusion by contacting Red Hat Support.

Is there an ETA for when the RHSCL collections will get a proper
upstream that accepts patches, rather than just bug reports? (I
thought establishing that was part of the purpose of the CentOS SIG)


Nick Coghlan
Red Hat Platform Engineering, Brisbane

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