Ticket #106 (closed task: fixed)

Opened 6 years ago

Last modified 5 years ago

F9 Postmortem follow-up

Reported by: John Poelstra <poelstra@…> Owned by: rel-eng@…
Milestone: Component: koji
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Description

Here are some ideas that came out of an internal meeting for Fedora 10

1) Reduce the number of manual steps necessary to compose a 
release--Jesse should not have to stay up all night to get the release 
out the door
    a) enumerate current steps
    b) identify steps that can be reduced
    c) target steps to be reduced for Fedora 10
    d) expand existing documentation so that more people can participate 
in compose process
2) Build system enhancements (plague) and make it less fragile
3) Finish pyjigdo so hand-editing of jigdo files isn't necessary
4) Finish signing server
5) Integrate delta packages as early as possible in cycle--complete 
integration with build system
6) Automated tree validation after compose (dgregor's checktree and 
treediff scripts as a short-term solution?)
7) More focus on secondary architectures working
8) More days of "installable rawhide"
    a) tooling?
    b) easy way to collect metrics?

Change History

comment:1 Changed 6 years ago by John Poelstra

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comment:2 Changed 5 years ago by jwboyer

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This ticket is a year old, F9 is EOL, and it seems like a lot of the questions here are things we're targeting with the Auto-QA and No-Frozen-Rawhide efforts. We also have the signing server and deltarpms as done.

I'm closing this ticket. It annoys me to see it every time I look at the report. If there are specific issues left that we should address, then we should open individual tickets for those.

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