Michael Šimáček | 25 Jun 12:20 2015
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Intent to retire hamcrest12

Hi,

hamcrest12 is a compat package that doesn't seem to be used by anything 
anymore. It currently fails to build in rawhide due to update of qdox. 
This action will have no effect on the non-compat hamcrest package.

Michael Simacek
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Ralf Corsepius | 25 Jun 11:30 2015
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Discontinuing perl-Mail-GnuPG

Hi,

I indent to discontinue and remove perl-Mail-GnuPG from Fedora.

It FTBFS on rawhide, because it seem to suffer from compatibility issues 
with gnupg2 >= 2.1.5 [1].

AFAIS, nothing in Fedora uses it, so this step probably won't do much harm.

Should gnupg2 in Fedora < 23 be updated, perl-Mail-GnuPG will rendered 
dysfunctional there. I could add "Requires: gnupg2 < 2.1.5" there but 
this is something I'd rather not do.

Ralf

[1] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1234738
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Petr Pisar | 25 Jun 10:49 2015
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pl-7.2.2 changes Java API

pl-7.2.2, pushed only into Fedora 23, changed API for Java binding.
Former binding package namespace was `jpl'. It's `org.jpl7' now.

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Petr Pisar | 25 Jun 10:40 2015
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pl license change

pl-7.2.2-1.fc23 changed license from

((GPLv2+ with exceptions or Artistic 2.0) and (GPLv2+ with exceptions)
and (GPLv2 with exception) and (GPL+ or Artistic) and LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2
and UCD and (UCD and MIT) and BSD and Public Domain and EPL and GPLv2
and GPLv3+)

to

((GPLv2+ with exceptions or Artistic 2.0) and (GPLv2+ with exceptions)
and (GPLv2 with exception) and (GPL+ or Artistic) and LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2
and UCD and (UCD and MIT) and BSD and Public Domain and EPL and GPLv2
and GPLv2+ and GPLv3+)

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Rex Dieter | 24 Jun 22:40 2015

Re: exiv2-0.25 coming to rawhide

Rex Dieter wrote:

> I plan on updating rawhide to exiv2-0.25 this week, which involves a
> library  soname bump, affected packages appended at the end.
> 
> I'll take care of necessary rebuilds.

update taken care of today, and all dependencies rebuilt successfully.

Let me know if you have any other questions or problems.

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Honza Horak | 24 Jun 21:05 2015
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Skip Env-and-Stacks WG meeting? (2015-06-25)

hey guys, I'm not available tomorrow and I know about couple of people 
that are not either. So, I'm proposing to skip tomorrow's meeting, 
unless someone else volunteers to organize one.

Btw. don't forget to vote in the Env & Stacks and other elections :)

Honza
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Mikolaj Izdebski | 24 Jun 16:49 2015
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Koschei migration (outage)

For your information: In the next few days we'll be migrating Koschei
server and database to different machines. During that time you may
experience ocassional Koschei unavailability. Additionally, Koschei will
be working in read-only mode (no new builds will be submitted) and any
changes made in the web interface (such as adding new packages) may be
lost after the migration.

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Jan Kurik | 24 Jun 02:01 2015
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F23 System Wide Change: jQuery

= Proposed System Wide Change: jQuery =
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/jQuery

Change owner(s): T.C. Hollingsworth <tchollingsworth at gmail dot com>

jQuery is a fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library. It makes things like HTML document
traversal and manipulation, event handling, animation, and Ajax much simpler with an easy-to-use API
that works across a multitude of browsers. With a combination of versatility and extensibility, jQuery
has changed the way that millions of people write JavaScript.

Traditionally, a copy of jQuery has been included with every web application that requires it. This change
will migrate many of those applications to a shared system copy of jQuery. Both the 1.x branch of jQuery
that supports Internet Explorer 6 and the 2.x branch of jQuery that only works with modern web browsers
will be provided. 

== Detailed Description ==
Traditionally, a copy of jQuery has been included with every web application that requires it. This change
will migrate many of those applications to a shared system copy of jQuery.

The following packages are available in Fedora 21 and later and EPEL 6 and later:

* js-jquery - The latest version of the jQuery 2.x branch, suitable for web applications that are only
compatible with modern web browsers that fully support modern web standards.
* js-jquery1 - The latest version of the jQuery 1.x branch, suitable for web applications that endeavor to
be compatible with older web browsers such as Internet Explorer 6.
* js-jquery-migrate - The jQuery migrate plugin, which is a compatibility shim that enables web
applications that depend on older versions of jQuery to work with the latest version, so that they can be
ported away from old, unsupported jQuery versions that may potentially have security issues. 

Some new packages are already beginning to use the system version of jQuery with little trouble, so for
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Jan Kurik | 24 Jun 01:52 2015
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F23 Self Contained Change: io.js Technology Preview

= Proposed Self Contained Change: io.js Technology Preview =
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/iojs

Change owner(s): T.C. Hollingsworth <tchollingsworth at gmail dot com>

io.js is an npm compatible platform originally based on Node.js™ that supports version 6 of the
ECMAScript standard and additional features, developed with an open governance model. io.js will be
offered as an optional replacement for `/usr/bin/node` on Fedora systems as a Technology Preview.
node.js will remain the default implementation of `/usr/bin/node` in Fedora 23. 

== Detailed Description ==
io.js is an npm compatible platform originally based on Node.js™ that supports version 6 of the
ECMAScript standard and additional features, developed with an open governance model. For more
information about io.js and the differences between node.js, visit the io.js website.

io.js will support the same set of binary modules currently supported by node.js on Fedora. It is expected
to be obsoleted by a future version of the `nodejs` package, as these two projects have announced their
intention to merge.

We will support both parallel-installation of the iojs interpreter alongside the existing node.js
interpreter, and permit replacement of `/usr/bin/node` with io.js in an additional package. All
existing noarch nodejs-* packages will work with both interpreters. (Though obviously you'll have to
specify iojs if you haven't installed it the /usr/bin/node support package.) Seperate nodejs-* and
iojs-* will be provided for binary modules. 

== Scope ==
* Proposal owners:
  -- Package and build a special v8 package for io.js only.
  -- Package and build iojs
  -- Update nodejs guidelines for multiple interpreters
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Jan Kurik | 24 Jun 01:45 2015
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F23 Self Contained Change: Local Test Cloud

= Proposed Self Contained Change: Local Test Cloud =
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Local_Test_Cloud

Change owner(s):
* Mike Ruckman <roshi at fedoraproject dot org>
* Kushal Das <kushaldas at gmail dot com>

testcloud is a small tool to download and boot cloud images locally. 

== Detailed Description ==
testcloud was created because manually booting a cloud image locally can be a pain. It handles downloading
the image, spoofing cloud-init metadata as well as providing an ssh_config to easily connect to the
booted instance. What was usually several different steps to get an image to boot locally is now just one:

   testcloud instance create <name of instance> -u <url for qcow2 image>

It currently supports only the Fedora Cloud Base image, and work is ongoing to support the Atomic host
image. 

== Scope ==
* Proposal owners: Mike Ruckman, Kushal Das to implement proposed change 
* Other developers: N/A (not a System Wide Change) 
* Release engineering: N/A (not a System Wide Change) 
* Policies and guidelines: N/A (not a System Wide Change) 

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Jan Kurik | 24 Jun 01:37 2015
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F23 Self Contained Change: Node.js 0.12

= Proposed Self Contained Change: Node.js 0.12 =
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/NodeJS012

Change owner(s): T.C. Hollingsworth <tchollingsworth at gmail dot com>

Fedora 23 will be updated to Node.js 0.12, the latest release of the platform built on Chrome's JavaScript
runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. 

== Detailed Description ==
Node.js has seen many changes between v0.10 and v0.12. There is a listing of changes documented on the wiki.
Note that this release includes API updates that may require dependency updates. Following are some highlights:

* Streams 3
        The Streams implementation now works the way you thought it already should, without introducing any
changes to the API. Basically this means no more getting stuck in "old mode", there are only streams that
are flowing or not.
        Streams now support the use of cork and uncork mechanisms to prevent flushing writes out to the system if an
application is going to be performing many writes in a row. There is an implicit uncork performed when you
end a writable stream. 

* HTTP
        maxSockets are no longer limited to 5. The default is now set to Infinity with the developer and the
operating system given control over how many simultaneous connections an application can keep open to a
given host.
        Proper KeepAlive support means that sockets will stay open until they timeout at the configured time, are
closed by the remote side, or the process exits. Developer's no longer have to make sure requests have been
pipelined to keep the socket open, or use an alternative module to get that support.
        Developers can also now explicitly flushHeaders to ensure time to first byte is low and proxied
connections are held open. 

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