just a quick note - we enabled Oracle Linux chroots in Fedora Copr today,
this is temporarily needed by OAMG/LEAPP team for their CI/CD system.
Feel free to test those chroots, but please don't heavily depend on them
as we don't know when we'll again drop them (preferably use
epel/centos-stream chroots instead, they should provide similar build results).
Hello maintainers, and release engineering!
According to the F36 schedule , Fedora 36 is going to be branched from
So we started copying the Rawhide builds to Fedora 36 on Copr
right now . I expect that everything will be finished no later than
tomorrow morning (2022-02-09 GMT). Feel free to monitor the progress in
the Actions graph .
I am now thinking about enabling the F36 chroot a little bit earlier in
Fedora Copr than usually. Even though Fedora 36 doesn't have it's
own (non-rawhide) compose yet, the configuration shipped in the
mock-core-configs works fine now (so do mirrors) — even though the effect
is that F36 builds are actually done against the Fedora Rawhide.
There shouldn't be any harm in this, we'll just basically duplicate the
Fedora Rawhide builds into the F36 chroots, till there's a separate
Any idea why I shouldn't enable F36 once the copy action finishes