New Mock 2.11 release
https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock/wiki/Release-Notes-2.11 Several small improvements and features there. #fedora
I upgraded to #Fedora 34. While still in development and not even in the beta phase, the upgrade has the least dependency conflicts for a long long time.
Fedora's GPG keys are in DNS and can be verified using DNSSEC http://miroslav.suchy.cz/blog/archives/2021/02/11/verify_package_gpg_signature_using_dnssec/index.html #fedora
We released new version of ABRT Analytics https://abrt.github.io/release/features/faf/2020/10/20/faf-2-3-0/ #fedora
One forgotten blogpost about renaming FAF https://abrt.github.io/faf/analytics/2019/03/28/faf-rename/ #fedora
New release of modulemd-tools https://github.com/rpm-software-management/modulemd-tools/releases/tag/modulemd-tools-0.3-1 Easy way to produce custom modules for #RHEL and #Fedora.
New #Mock release. So #Fedora can build BTRFS images. And new config option to control modules. For full info see: https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock/wiki/Release-Notes-2.4
CfP for #Fedora Flock (renamed to Nest because it is virtual) is now open. https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/nest-with-fedora-cfp-open/
New easy way how to convert your existing repo to a module http://frostyx.cz/posts/introducing-modulemd-tools #fedora
New version of #Mock has been released. https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock/wiki/Release-Notes-2.3 Mostly bugfixes for bootstrap. Including addressed issue from Koji guys, so Koji should be able to use Mock's bootstrap feature soon. #fedora
In few hours you can upgrade to #Fedora 32. Reminder - beside the official upgrade method, you can use the fedora-upgrade(8) tool.
New mock 2.2 release https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock/wiki/Release-Notes-2.2 #mock #fedora
Mock 2.1 has been released. Fixes few annoying bugs from previous release. https://github.com/rpm-software-management/mock/wiki/Release-Notes-2.1 #fedora
Today, I took a deep breath and ... removed the python2 support from Mock code. It is time to move. #fedora
This is small announcement, but there is a lot of work behind. https://firstname.lastname@example.org/thread/45E2FQUIGALKLSW2SH5JSIUVBWQJ23RK/ Basically: We can add any architecture to #Copr now! We start with just few chroots to see how Copr will cope with that. I expect to add more later. #Fedora.