[Opendnssec-user] Re: Summary of the RPM subject
rzarouali at gmail.com
Tue May 11 08:11:13 UTC 2010
OK we are now 3 in the rpmodssec gitorious project:
rick, ville and I
if anyone else would like to go in, feel free to contact us :)
we will for now, focus on making better RPMS (src, specs ..) so they have a
chance to be included in EPEL repo.
one of the next steps, would be including some of our work in the opendnssec
let's work in these for now :-)
On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 7:49 PM, Rachid Zarouali <rzarouali at gmail.com> wrote:
> hy all, well, i went ahead as they were not much activity since my
> last mail regarding rpm distribution.
> i've created a gitorious project, named: rpmodssec
> rick,ville please create an account on www.gitorious.org, so i can add
> you to the rpmodssec-dev-team group.
> what i think we have to focus on is:
> - following EPEL requirements as far as we can
> - put available a koji building instance (i can built in my slicehost
> instance for sometimes if you want).
> if anyone want to participate feel free to get in touch with me :-)
> for now i'm the admin of the rpmodssec,
> but it will be some given the admin rights to those who are willing to
> participate (4 of us max).
> please participate and help us making opendnssec available for more
> rpm distro :-)
> On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 7:19 PM, Rachid Zarouali <rzarouali at gmail.com>
> > Hy all,
> > after some threads about making rpms for RHEL/CentOS and maybe other rpm
> > related distro, i'd like to make a quick summary of what have been
> > discussed.
> > as today, there are 3 of us wiling to help making rpms: rick, ville and
> > the idea to coordonnate this work have been discussed (ville) as the idea
> > create a github repo (ondrej) to synchronize all the work related to the
> > things.
> > here is a quick list about things needed to be discussed or/and decided:
> > - creating a project aside of the opendnssec project to offer rpms
> > - merging with the opendnssec
> > - adding links to download rpms or to the rpm repo
> > - following the EPEL requirements so our project would be integrated in
> > redhat forks (Fedora,CentOS,RHEL...)
> > have i missed or misunderstood something ?
> > what do you guys think ?
> > what would be the best choices or you ?
> > Regards,
> > Rachid
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