On 5/10/21 11:35 AM, Fabian Arrotin wrote: > On 10/05/2021 18:08, Johnny Hughes wrote: >> On 5/7/21 8:15 AM, Matthew Miller wrote: >>> On Fri, May 07, 2021 at 08:07:12AM +0200, Fabian Arrotin wrote: >>>> So we have two solutions and the easiest/fastest one is probably just to >>>> import pkgs in koji and SIG can just tag-build what they want/need >>>> (including cherry-picking ENVR) but with the downside effect of pkg >>>> signed with a different gpg key (and so my original question to Fedora : >>>> is that allowed ?) >>> >>> I don't *think* that would be a problem. It's too bad RPMs can't have >>> multiple signatures. >>> >>> But wouldn't cherry-picking ENVR cause problems if a system has EPEL >>> enabled? >>> >> >> I personally think the best option is just to use the EPEL repos as >> external repos and to require epel-release in repos where you require >> epel package to be installed. > > Sure, that would solve part of the problems SIGs asked initially to > solve by just importing builds but other problems would then remain : > - no way for them to tag a particular ENVR (that they can test and > control in their tags) > - still a need to rebuild EPEL pkgs (like for infra tags, etc) EPEL does not maintain multiple ENVRs, right? So if they need that, they will have to create it themselves. Either we use EPEL or we don't. You guys decide. BUt IF we ARE going to use EPEL, the we need to use it. Not rebuild it and resign it. If that causes too mant problems, then keep doing what we are doing. There are pros and cons to switching. > > FWIW, Aoife said (in SIG-infra meeting today, > https://centos.org/minutes/2021/May/centos-meeting.2021-05-10-14.03.html) that > she'll reach out to Fesco to see if they agree on the "let's import and > redistribute - part/tagged pkgs - Epel pkgs through cbs.centos.org" for SIGs > > OTOH, if all that is complicated (to find an agreement/policy), we can > just continue like before : letting SIGs rebuild epel pkgs in > cbs.centos.org and move on (and close RFE tickets about this on the > infra tracker) :) Agreed.