Milan Crha | 9 Feb 15:10 2016

evolution-data-server soname version bump in rawhide the next week

the 3.19.90 release of evolution-data-server changes soname version for
camel, due to some API changes related to introspection support.

I will rebuild packages for which I have commit rights, the same as I
can help with the API change fixes, thus feel free to ping me or drop
an e-mail. I do not think that other than core Evolution packages will
need more attention, others might be simply rebuild.
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Petr Stodulka | 9 Feb 13:41 2016

[sed] [F24] - move /bin/sed -> /usr/bin/sed

Hi folks,
after years /bin/sed move to /usr/bin/sed. I add provides of /bin/sed
so dependency list shouldn't be broken. However correct please your
specfiles too.

Packages which require /bin/sed binary:

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Miroslav Suchy | 9 Feb 10:13 2016

Planned Outage: Copr upgrade - 2016-02-11 08:00 UTC

There will be an outage starting at 2016-02-11 08:00 UTC, which will
last approximately 1 hour.

To convert UTC to your local time, take a look at or run:

date -d '2016-02-11 08:00 UTC'

Reason for outage: We need to reprovision Copr servers.

Affected Services:

Services not listed are not affected by this outage.

Contact Information: ​​​msuchy <at>

Ticket Link:

Please join #fedora-admin or #fedora-noc on or add
comments to the ticket for this outage above.
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Adam Williamson | 9 Feb 09:36 2016

openQA tests for 2016-02-07 and 2016-02-08

Hi folks! In case anyone was waiting on tenterhooks for the compose
check reports: pungi never completed for 2016-02-07. fedfind considers
a compose not to exist if there's no boot.iso, so there was no testing.
The 2016-02-08 compose finished very late (it took nearly 18 hours), so
the openQA scheduler gave up waiting. I've now triggered the 2016-02-08 
tests manually and I'll send out the compose check report when they're

This is fallout from the mass rebuild, I think, clogging up the works
in releng.

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Fedora Rawhide Report | 9 Feb 07:04 2016

rawhide report: 20160208 changes

Compose started at Mon Feb  8 14:27:39 UTC 2016
Broken deps for i386
	IQmol-2.3.0-9.fc24.i686 requires
	IQmol-2.3.0-9.fc24.i686 requires
	IQmol-2.3.0-9.fc24.i686 requires
	alliance-5.0-40.20090901snap.fc22.i686 requires
	asterisk-alembic-13.7.2-1.fc24.i686 requires alembic
	bluetile-0.6-30.fc24.i686 requires ghc(gtk-0.13.9-617097e8e58bbdfcb14229157446fd13)
	bluetile-0.6-30.fc24.i686 requires ghc(gio-
	bustle-0.4.8-6.fc24.i686 requires ghc(gtk-0.13.9-617097e8e58bbdfcb14229157446fd13)
	bustle-0.4.8-6.fc24.i686 requires ghc(gio-
	calligra-okular-odpgenerator-2.9.10-4.fc24.i686 requires
	calligra-okular-odtgenerator-2.9.10-4.fc24.i686 requires
	calligra-l10n-2.9.11-1.fc24.noarch requires calligra-core >= 0:2.9.11
	compat-gcc-34-c++-3.4.6-38.fc24.i686 requires libstdc++ < 0:6.0.0
	cone-0.91.1-3.fc23.i686 requires
	couchdb-1.6.1-7.fc24.i686 requires erlang(erl_nif_version) = 0:2.7
	couchdb-1.6.1-7.fc24.i686 requires erlang(erl_drv_version) = 0:3.1
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Jan Kurik | 9 Feb 02:45 2016

F24 Self Contained Change: Let's Encrypt client now in Fedora

= Proposed Self Contained Change: Let's Encrypt client now in Fedora =

Change owner(s):
* Nick Bebout <nb AT fedoraproject DOT org>
*James Hogarth <jhogarth AT fedoraproject DOT org>
* Nick Le Mouton <noodles AT fedoraproject DOT org>

The Let's Encrypt client is now packaged in Fedora. This will allow
Fedora users to easily install the Let's Encrypt client (letsencrypt)
and generate free SSL certificates for their websites (or other
services which use SSL)

== Detailed Description ==
The Let's Encrypt client is now packaged in Fedora. This will allow
Fedora users to easily install the Let's Encrypt client (letsencrypt)
and generate free SSL certificates for their websites (or other
services which use SSL)

== Scope ==
Proposal owners:
* To implement this Change

Other developers: N/A (not a System Wide Change)

Release engineering: N/A (not a System Wide Change)

List of deliverables: N/A (not a System Wide Change)

Policies and guidelines: N/A (not a System Wide Change)
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Mattias Ellert | 8 Feb 17:14 2016

Review swaps (4 R packages)


I have 4 R package that I submitted for review. R-highlight R-inline R-Rcpp R-RInside

There is a dependency chain: The 3rd depends on the first two, and the
4th depends on the 3rd.

Review swaps welcome.

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Sandro Bonazzola | 8 Feb 16:51 2016

Re: ebay-cors-filter's dependencies failed to resolve in f24

Hi, just received:

On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 4:46 PM, <notifications <at>> wrote:
ebay-cors-filter's dependencies failed to resolve in f24

You received this message due to your preference settings at

but koschei page doesn't show any relevant error. Any pointer to a log I can check to see what's missing there?

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nobody | 8 Feb 11:00 2016

[POC-change] Fedora packages point of contact updates

Change in package status over the last 168 hours

3 packages were orphaned
idjc [f23, f22] was orphaned by sergiomb
     DJ application for streaming audio
lemonpos [epel7] was orphaned by germano
     Point Of Sale Application For KDE4
tar-split [f23] was orphaned by runcom
     tar archive assembly/disassembly

25 packages were retired
d-feet [el6] was retired by till
     A powerful D-Bus Debugger
diorite [master] was retired by martinkg
     Utility and widget library for Nuvola Player
electronics-menu [epel7] was retired by till
     Electronics Menu for the Desktop
emesene [master] was retired by itamarjp
     Instant messaging client for Windows Live Messenger network
ganymed-ssh2 [el6] was retired by till
     SSH-2 protocol implementation in pure Java
gdl [el5] was retired by till
     GNU Data Language
gfal2-plugin-xrootd [el6, epel7, el5] was retired by till
     Provide xrootd support for GFAL2
ipcalculator [master] was retired by till
     A utility for computing broadcast, network, mask, and host ranges
libskindesignerapi [master] was retired by martinkg
     Library which provides the Skindesigner API to other VDR Plugins
listen [master] was retired by hguemar
     A music manager and player for GNOME
mimepull [el6] was retired by till
     Streaming API to access attachments from a MIME message
monkeysphere [el6] was retired by till
     Use the OpenPGP web of trust to verify SSH connections
nuvolaplayer [master] was retired by martinkg
     Cloud Music Integration for your Linux Desktop
papyon [master] was retired by itamarjp
     Python libraries for MSN Messenger network
passenger [epel7] was retired by till
     Phusion Passenger application server
purple-msn-pecan [master] was retired by itamarjp
     Alternative MSN protocol plug-in for lib-purple
python-pywt [el6] was retired by till
     Python wavelet transforms module
python-suds [el6, el5] was retired by swt2c
     A python SOAP client
python3-nose [master] was retired by orion
     Discovery-based unittest extension for Python 3
re2c [el5] was retired by till
     Tool for generating C-based recognizers from regular expressions
scidavis [master] was retired by lupinix
     Application for Scientific Data Analysis and Visualization
shorewall [el6] was retired by till
     An iptables front end for firewall configuration
tailor [el6] was retired by till
     A tool to migrate changesets between several version control systems
tar-split [master] was retired by runcom
     tar archive assembly/disassembly
yarock [master] was retired by till
     A lightweight, beautiful music player

4 packages unorphaned
gtkparasite [f23, f22, master] was unorphaned by amigadave
     A GUI debugging tool for GTK+ applications
monkeysphere [f23, f22, master, epel7] was unorphaned by barracks510
     Use the OpenPGP web of trust to verify SSH connections
rubygem-rest-client [el6] was unorphaned by limb
     Simple REST client for Ruby
scratch [f23, f22, master] was unorphaned by msuchy
     Programming language learning environment for stories, games, music and art

0 packages were unretired

2 packages were given
python-django-horizon [f23, f22, master] was given by mrunge to apevec
     Django application for talking to Openstack
zanata-python-client [f23, f22, master, el6, epel7, el5] was given by dchen to suanand
     Python Client for Zanata Server

0 packages had new branches

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Christian Dersch | 8 Feb 11:51 2016

Orphaning liborigin and liborigin2

Hi all,

I'm going to orphan liborigin and liborigin2 in Rawhide. Last liborigin
dependency was LabPlot, but this does not depend on liborigin with 2.x
releases available in Rawhide. Same for liborigin2 which was required by
scidavis. Upstream development is dead for years now and newer Origin
files are not covered by these releases. Feel free to take it if you
need it :)

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Jan Kurik | 8 Feb 08:27 2016

F24 Self Contained Change: System Python

= Proposed Self Contained Change: System Python =

Change owner(s):
* Miro Hrončok <mhroncok AT redhat DOT com>
* Petr Viktorin
* Robert Kuska
* Charalampos Stratakis

Separate several subpackages form the python3 packages - a
system-python(-libs) that can be required by various tools that
consider themselves "system tools".

== Detailed Description ==
python3 package to be split in several more subpackages:
* system-python-libs - a subset of standard Python library considered
essential to run "system tools" requiring Python
* system-python - /usr/bin/system-python binary (interpreter) for the
tools to be able to run, provides system-python(abi)
* python3-libs brings in the remaining subset of standard Python
library and will require system-python-libs, thus packages requiring
it (directly or indirectly) will get the entire standard Python
* python3 still requires python3-libs and provides python(abi)

The term "system tool" in this context means any package where a
maintainer wishes to require system-python package instead of python3

Any package requiring "python(abi) = 3.x" (currently all Python
modules and apps) will still bring in the entire standard library and
thus will not be affected by this change in any way. Since this
dependency is automatically generated, macros will be provided to
remove it and depend on "system-python(abi) = 3.x" instead.

If a package maintainer wishes to depend on system-python instead of
python3 it is their responsibility to cooperate with the maintainers
of all the Python dependencies of their package and do the same thing
there. For example consider package foo requiring python3-bar; if
foo's maintainer wishes to require system-python instead of python3,
they must be sure to make sure python3-bar does this as well,
otherwise the depednency chain would bring in python3 package anyway.

== Scope ==
Proposal owners:
* determine what the essential subset of the standard library is
(investigate packages that later might become "system tools")
* split the subset into a subpackage system-python-libs
* create system-python binary and package
* invent macros to change the requirement of python-abi
* test if present packages requiring python3 or python-abi = 3.x work

Other developers: N/A (not a System Wide Change)

Release engineering: N/A (not a System Wide Change)

List of deliverables: N/A (not a System Wide Change)

Policies and guidelines:
* introduce a change to Python packaging guidelines for package
maintainers to be able to profit from this change (after the
implementation is ready)

Trademark approval: N/A (not needed for this Change)

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