On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 01:32:09PM +0200, Adrian Schröter wrote:
On Dienstag, 30. August 2016, 11:46:33 CEST wrote Jens
I experience some problems when I try to accept the request 421539.
There are a bunch of packages involved in this request.
To accept this request I tried:
osc rq accept 421539
After a few minutes I got this error message:
HTTP Error 404: Not Found
package 'ShellCheck.openSUSE_Backports_SLE-12' does
404 package 'ShellCheck.openSUSE_Backports_SLE-12'
does not exist
I am not sure why I get this error message since adding a new package
should be fine.
Well, the packages got removed in the source project.
Likely because this very big request was halfway accepted in the backend.
I wonder why the request got not revoked by that, but
accept it in any case. So please declines it.
small side note: Do we really want to make maintenance(!)
submissions of 278 source packages (dunno how many binary ones)
for a stable distro?
IMHO this affects most users in a bad way due to increase meta
data size and no one can review that, while only a few people are
using ghc* at all.
Shouldn't such changes only happen in a rolling-release distro
This request was for the SLE12 Backports Repository, where the community
is adding packages that people want and need.
I think these were all new packages.
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