On 08.11.2008 00:13, Xavier Lamien wrote:
> Author: laxathom
> Update of /cvs/nonfree/CVSROOT
> In directory se02.es.rpmfusion.net:/tmp/tmps27459/modules
> Modified Files:
> Log Message:
> Added new branch F-10 for module: xv
Hmmm. Do we really want to branching packages for F-10?
* We don't have support on F-11 on the builders yet
* We don't have full support for a F-10 target yet
* We have no place where the push scripts could push F-11 packages to
IOW: With our current setup I'd say it makes less work for everyone (and
especially for those [e.g. me] what would have to adjust the setup on
the builders) if we wait with branching CVS for F-10 until a few days
before F-10 really ships.
As far as I can tell, rpmfusion-free-rawhide's repodata is
broken/corrupt/incomplete or similar.
E.g. though rpms for mplayer and vlc seem to be physically present, they
don't seem to be part of the metadata/repodata (interestingly their
*debuginfos seem to be available).
# repoquery vlc-debuginfo
# repoquery vlc
I've been searching recent VLC 0.9.5 for fc8. I use acer aspire one
netbook, which is based on fc8. Acer has tailored fc8 to suit to a small
netbook, so it can not easily be upgraded to fc9. Acer has been quite
successfull in new netbook market so I assume this problem concerns quite
Is there any chance to get VLC 0.9.5 for fc8 (even an unofficial one)?
Just FYI, if you have rpmfusion-updates-testing repos for the free and
nonfree enabled then you must also enable fedora-updates-testing!
IOW: Either enable all three or non of the testing repos!
Background: I'm about to build and push kmods in RPM Fusion that were
build for the kernel in fedora-updates-testing. Hence if you have the
latter not enabled then yum will abort due to broken deps.
I've been a Fedora package maintainer for quite some time
(https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/users/packages/), and currently
maintain Vagalume for Livna/RPMfusion (I do not have commit rights for
Livna, since Vagalume was reviewed just a couple of months ago, close
to the transition to RPMfusion).
I've set up my RPMfusion account, already have a Bugzilla account,
signed the CLA and requested membership in packagers and bugs. Could
one of the administrators approve my group membership?
(note that the owners list does not list the email I use for Bugzilla,
michel.sylvan(a)gmail.com, as I was using my fedoraproject.org email for
the changelog entries. The package was initially intended for
inclusion in Fedora, but while it does not contain any infringing
code, it is useless without an MP3 plugin for Gstreamer and so would
not have worked out of the box)