On 09/02/12 03:40, Caghan Demirci wrote:
I wonder if someone would be interested in releasing a simple Fedora
package for EPEL. In my estimate, it shouldn't take more than an hour.
I would do it myself, but I need to go through the whole process of
getting into FAS, and it's not worth the trouble for just an hour of
I am asking for the "nautilus-python" package. The EPEL owner is
listed as dignan under
, and I
think there is already an EPEL branch for nautilus-python. However, I
can't find an EPEL build for nautilus-python. See RepoView, for
And I haven't been able to reach dignan.
nautilus-python versions up to 0.7.0-3 should work under both RHEL 5
and RHEL 6 without any modifications. Versions 0.7.0-4 and higher won't
work under RHEL 5 or RHEL 6 because they require Nautilus 3.
I already created a bug for this
) and I have been
trying to get people's attention, but no one seems to be interested in
some good karma. :)
Thanks in advance and best wishes!
This is some complicated. Since nautilus-python already exist in fedora
(and there are already EL5/6 branches),
the current maintainer should build and push it.
I saw, you already filed a bug
requesting a build.
Next step will be sending an email to fedora-devel-mailing list asking,
if someone can reach Patrick Dignan.
If is unavailable, his package may be orphaned and another packager
could grab this package. please look onto 
Another solution could be, a proven packager could build this for you.
If you had contact to jkeating (as noted in the bug report, he might do
it for you. It is prefered to let the packager build and push the package.
Matthias Runge <mrunge(a)matthias-runge.de>