Dne 15.2.2018 v 07:55 Remi Collet napsal(a):
> Le 15/02/2018 à 07:47, Igor Gnatenko a écrit :
>> On Wed, 2018-02-14 at 14:06 -0500, Rob Crittenden wrote:
>>> nicolas.mail...@laposte.net wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> Thank you for cleaning up the cruft in the repository !
>>>> Regards,
>>> Agreed. I'm usually pretty anal about others touching packages I
>>> maintain without at least a heads-up but in this case it doesn't bother
>>> me. I guess particularly since he didn't spin up a build or poke the
>>> n-v-r so reverting it if I really hated it or it broke something would
>>> be trivially easy.
>>> As an aside, it might be nice though to be able to watch a package and
>>> get automated notifications when things change. I don't maintain that
>>> many packages though. I'd imagine that for some this could be rather
>>> onerous, but I had no idea these changed were applied until I went and
>>> looked.
>> It is possible with fedmsg which we use. You can set notifications in special
>> webservice[0] (although I find settings in it counter-intuitive). Simplest 
>> one
>> is to set up notifications on all packages you maintain.
> Sadly, commit notifications does NOT work for months
> (works for old packages, not for newly imported one)

It does not work at all. I did not get any notification about mass
rebuild changes what so ever. No build notifications, no commit
notifications, anything ...


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