>>>>> <po...@pouar.net> writes: > Brotli apparently just got a new update, and I was told I have to > coordinate package updates with you guys in Rawhide instead of just > uploading the updates unannounced. How should I proceed?
Well, there's only really a need to coordinate if the versioning of the library changes, or if there's an ABI change and (boo) upstream doesn't bother to bump the soversion when they break the ABI, or if there's something else that people need to know about like an API change which is going to break users of the library when they next rebuild. If you're just releasing a compatible update, then there's no real need to say much of anything. Otherwise this list would be flooded with update notices. If you do need to make an announcement, you should say what is changing, what needs to be done to accommodate it, and provide a list of packages which will need rebuilding. You can use the find-package-maintainers script from https://pagure.io/fedora-misc-package-utilities/blob/master/f/find-package-maintainers to give a nice list of packages and their owners so that people can easily see if they'll need to do anything. (This really needs to be put into the wiki if it isn't already there.) - J< _______________________________________________ devel mailing list -- firstname.lastname@example.org To unsubscribe send an email to devel-le...@lists.fedoraproject.org