On Thu, 20 Nov 2014, Martin Kosek wrote:
We seem to have enough content to release 4.1.2 that will be required to fix
some of the Fedora 21 blockers:
and Freeze exception:
Current plan is to release stabilization release 4.1.2 with what we have as it
contains the important installation and upgrade fixes.
The only problem there is that some patches require components that are not in
Fedora stable repos, more specifically commits:
7aa855a3 -> requiring new certmonger
4e119311 -> requiring new pki-core
We can release 4.1.2 with them, but they would need to be removed from Fedora
21 downstream release and added back in normal 0day Fedora 21 update.
Alternative way would be to just include selected patches for existing Fedora
Any comments, what else are missing in 4.1.2? I only know about
which is ACKed at the moment, AFAIK.
certmonger and pki-core parts can be backed out in the F21 build, they
don't create issues for install time -- by definition we are not
renewing certs at that point and we are not supporting becoming MS CA
subordinate in the FreeIPA Server Role.
Thus, we can do the release without them to Fedora 21 (and with them to
rawhide) and have 0day update.
/ Alexander Bokovoy
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