I was unaware of it, but I think it looks pretty great!
OOC, is there an alternative service that one could use if this is
decommissioned? Or would we have to dig through Koji and Bodhi logs?
I'll bet the CHAOSS folks  would like it, if that helps. Dunno if
they're aware of it, though. I'll introduce them to it if there's no
 - https://chaoss.community/
On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 5:02 AM, Pierre-Yves Chibon <pin...@pingoured.fr>
> Good Morning Everyone,
> The week before DevConf, a number of the members of the Fedora
> met in Brno to discuss states and plans for the infrastructure.
> One of the question that raised was about darkserver.
> This application is available at: https://darkserver.fedoraproject.org/
> and is meant to:
> enable developer tools to identify exact package builds from which process
> images (e.g. core dumps) come. This can enable their analysis, debugging
> profiling, by finding out where the rpm / elf / dwarf files may be found,
> they can download them. (This is even better than
> abrt-action-install-debuginfo-to-abrt-cache because that apparently
> cannot query
> files no longer indexed by repodata.)
> Source: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Darkserver
> However, it seems this application has not been working for a long time
> now and
> not many people asked about it.
> So, is anyone using this service?
> If there is little interest for this project, we will likely decommission
> it in
> the coming weeks (say end of March).
> Thanks for your attention and your feedback,
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