On 08/07/2014 08:05 PM, Greg Bailey wrote: >> So as I understood the bug report, it was finally accepted? > > Yes, it's in there now. It's in the "testing" repo for Fedora 19, > Fedora 20, and EPEL 6 (CentOS 6, RHEL 6, etc.) > > It's in the regular (non-testing) repo for EPEL 7 (RHEL 7, CentOS 7), > and Fedora 21/rawhide.
Awesome :) > I can push it to the regular non-testing channels for Fedora after > another day or 2. For EPEL, the wait time is longer (another 2 weeks) > unless a Fedora packager gives positive feedback on the RPM, in which > case it may be possible to promote it sooner. There's no rush, I just wanted to know if there was anything required on my part. I'm wondering now where I should advertise/announce DL releases. In the past I relied a lot on freshmeat/freecode. Since now it's officially gone, the only channel left is either this mailing list or github. Somehow I was never able to find anything by searching through github unless it's already *quite* popular. There's too much noise and unimplemented/half-not-working stuff. Plus, it's not really useful for users, as opposed to developers. What's popular these days to find software, aside from random searches and the stackexchange network?