[CentOS-devel] Importing of of CentOS-6 SRPMS for git.centos.org
johnny at centos.org
Wed Nov 19 12:51:59 UTC 2014
On 11/18/2014 01:07 PM, Mike McLean wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 6:46 AM, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org
> <mailto:mail-lists at karan.org>> wrote:
> >> 5) vdsm-4.9-63.el6.src.rpm
> >> Centos has just one build of vdsm, which does not appear on ftp.rh.c.
> > /var/ftp/pub/nfs/mirror/centos-second/vault/SRPMS/6.1/updates/SRPMS/vdsm-4.9-63.el6.src.rpm
> > I see it as from the 6.1 era according to my 'additive'
> > mirroring ... additive in the sense that uniquely named files
> > are not deleted once seen, using a bit of basename()
> > post-processing
> yeah, i remember this one - it was mis-released upstream iirc, and then
> later moved aronud ( was it a rhev package ?? )
> Yes, it appears to have been part of rhev-h.
> So if it was an error, should we exclude it from the import?
I would say no if:
1. It is not maintained by CentOS
2. It was mistakenly released into the stream only once upstream, and
3. It was removed by CentOS.
Since all of those are true, I would say we do not need to import it.
It does not hurt anything to have it in git either, but I don't think it
is required though.
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