As you may already know, for using Packit Service GitHub App we require our users to have a valid Fedora Account System account. We were verifying the newcomers until now manually, but in recent weeks, we have implemented an automated solution for it. Let's take a closer look at how it is done currently and what have we improved!
Finally, it's here. Now, you can do the whole Fedora release with the help of Packit. Let's take a look at how it works on an example of OGR, the Python library we develop.
Let's find out how Packit builds your SRPMs in the Copr.
The previous year 2021 wasn't interesting only because of the increased usage of Packit (you can see more in the previous post). The whole Packit team made a lot of improvements during the year. Some small, some really big. So, let's take a look at the most important ones!
Let's take a look on the year 2021 through some numbers. We would like to show you some interesting statistics and charts that can describe the work of Packit during the year 2021. If you are more interested in new features, let's take a look on our second post.
Fedora EL Niño (ELN) is such an awesome idea. It enables building rawhide packages in two distinct buildroots:
- the standard Fedora Rawhide buildroot and
- a second one, which mimics Red Hat Enterprise Linux
This way you can make sure that your new upstream release builds fine in the next RHEL.