On Sun, Apr 24, 2011 at 5:54 AM, Chris Tyler <chris(a)tylers.info> wrote:
A short note to let you know what's up at Seneca as far as Fedora
This week CDOT (our research centre) is shutting down to give our
research staff a break and to let faculty do end-of-semester cleanup and
The next week (starting May 2), Paul Whalen and I will be joined by
three new CDOT staff working on Fedora ARM. It will take a few days to
bring the new folks up to speed, but then I anticipate that we can pick
up the pace substantially. (We'll also benefit from new infrastructure
tools put in place by the SBR600 Software Build & Release course,
including icinga/func/puppet for the ARM builders).
All that to say that we have a short slowdown to prepare for a speed up.
Next is a short RC cycle then final release for f13, followed by
simultaneous f13-updates and f14 efforts.
Thanks for the status update. Good to see movement :-)
Quick question on koji. Is it going to remain in its current state
until May or will it be fixed this week so it can be used by others?