On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 11:28:01AM +0100, Vincent Untz wrote:
Since I've started helping packaging GNOME, I was
wondering if there
were any easy page where I could know the current status of things. I
don't think we have this. I know that Debian has some interesting
Yes, we lack that.
That seems useful to me. Especially if it also sends out notifications
(which I assume).
Shows some information about a specific package, including a TODO
item about a new upstream release and links to bugs
I know I've used this website quite a few times to know what was
happening in Debian wrt some package.
I have been missing something like that for many years... Yes, I agree,
this is what we need also.
Big table with lots of information about packages maintained by some
maintainer. (too much information, imho, though)
I'd really love to get something similar (but improved, of course ;-)).
I'd be especially interested in a page listing all the packages I'm
interested in, with a small list of things for each package:
+ new upstream version to package
+ number of rpmlint errors to fix (with a link to display them)
+ number of relevant bugs in our bugzilla (hard right now, since we
don't have a component for each package)
+ builds/doesn't build on some architecture/distro (we already have
Alright. We have been loosely collecting input on wanted features now
since a while. I think it is time to organize this a bit more and put
together a plan (and finally start implementing it). A wiki page would
be a good starting page, I guess.
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