On Freitag, 26. April 2013, 18:21:39 wrote Michael Berlin:
We regularly use the OBS for our project and we really appreciate your
It seems you recently introduced a feature which sends an automatic
delete request for every package which builds for a distribution which
is marked as EOL.
Here's an example:
165543 State:new By:Admin When:2013-04-15T13:08:12
Descr: This is a kind request to remove this repository from your
project. The distribution it builds for is End Of Life
it should not be used anymore in real life. Accepting this
request will free resources on our always crowded
decline this request if you want to keep this repository
nevertheless. Otherwise this request will get accept
automatically in near future.
Due to the number of our project's packages and distributions, I have 91
new requests ;-)
After which time do requests get accepted automatically? As a
work-around to get rid of them I thought about using "osc" and some Bash
magic to accept them automatically. Or is there already another solution
There is no fixed time frame yet, we do so when we have resource problems
in first place.
Hm, you look for some auto-approve for a larger number of requests? I do
not think that we have implemented such a thingy.
I would prefer the old behavior where EOL
disappear. Even if the request will get accepted automatically at some
point in time, I would prefer to not see the requests at all/get mixed
up with regular requests. Can you please implement this? Or this is
Well, you can just wait, if that is okay for you. We will accept all these
requests, which get not declined automatically after some time.
It was discussed here that the request way is the better one. And I am
a bit unmotivated to maintain two seperate ways where every project is handled
I will accept these requests this week, so they should disappear soon from
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