On 04/03/2014 04:02 AM, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 03:58:30PM -0400, Marcela Mašláňová wrote:
> I prepared first draft of Change proposal for SCL. What do you think?
Probably should target getting only a single SCL into F21 (change "at least
one" into "one") and also say that the process of getting it in will be
exception to the normal rules in terms of deadlines. The guideline draft
says that SCLs normally have to be submitted to FESCo by the Change
Ddeadline. ie the same deadline as for this Change Proposal. And the
guidelines and the scl-utils package are definitely not ready enough to
allow that by that deadline.
Changed. I would be fine with one "experimental". Yes, guidelines are
not ready, but it wouldn't be the first thing what was accepted in
Fedora without proper guidelines...
User experience should probably be changed to be less...
in specific cases the user experience won't simply be to install the scl
packages and the old applications they have will work. There's likely to be
a bit of work to either download extra libraries from third party sites and
configure them to use the stack that's inside of the scl or to build their
own rpm packages that add onto the scl. So the user experience section
should be a little more realistic.
Thanks, there are two use-cases which I should
mention in user
experience. Users, who write their own apps, need to change shebang, but
users of apps written for scl won't have such issues.
Should probably have a basic contingency plan as there are pieces that will
affect building of other packages. the releng pieces could require changes
to fedpkg or koji, for instance.
fedpkg is NTH, we don't need changes in koji, only in minimal buildroot,
but that can be solved various ways.
Might need to make this a system wide change for similar reasons.
System wide it is.