On Wednesday 2012-10-24 17:24, Henne Vogelsang wrote:
over the weekend I went to the openSUSE conference/Linuxdays in Prague/Czech Republic, here is my trip-report for the OBS community.
##General Comments The program of the first two days was more focused on things that are only loosely connected to OBS like FOSS/commons/freedom in general, user workshops and applications. It also featured a gentoo track but they don't have much use for a build service...
They may not have much use for the repository part of a build service (since many packages are user-specific), but the building part, there certainly is room for. Come to think of it, to make openSUSE gentoo-like, you would "only" need... 1. a project called "localhost" containing packages that contains a prjconf with your own %optflags 2. whenever you zypper-emerge something, if package does not exist, - osc linkpac openSUSE.org:openSUSE:Factory/pkg localhost/pkg if package does exist, - <build><enable/></build> the project when done building: - <build><disable/></build> so that the whole thing does not build in the background, unwantedly 3. have zypper-emerge imply `zypper up` from your localhost repo.
and taking advantage of BSrv rebuilding all that's needed.