[csw-maintainers] dublin* build hosts ready

Jan Holzhueter jh at opencsw.org
Thu May 31 10:58:46 CEST 2012

I think it might be a good thing to just allow a few people to push
stuff into dublin/names releases directly. (Some kind of review/fix
integration board).

I know it might delay stuff but I think it's worth it.

Second thought would be to have another catalog like named-staging.
Where everyone can add stuff to this is then pushed to named-release.

Am 31.05.12 10:44, schrieb Maciej (Matchek) Bliziński:
> 2012/5/31 Dagobert Michelsen <dam at opencsw.org>:
>> Maciej: What do you think about pushing to the dublin catalog when being on
>> dublin and using csw-upload-pkg ?
> I tried to make up my mind about this, and couldn't. It boils down to
> how should the script know which catalog to add the packages to?
> Also, what safety checks can we have in place so that we don't insert
> into dublin packages that have been built on unstable?
> Using csw-upload-pkg sounds like a generally good idea, but I'm not
> sure if the host name is a good signal for the script. Also, only the
> login host has the auth tokens, so we'd either have to replicate them,
> or change the auth mechanism.
> My first thought was to just add a flag to csw-upload-pkg, for
> example: --catalog-release. There is also a safety lock on the server
> side[1] that ensures that only unstable can be modified this way. So
> removing this option and adding --catalog-release to csw-upload-pkg
> could suffice.
> Maciej
> [1] http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/gar/browser/csw/mgar/gar/v2/lib/web/releases_web.py#L149
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