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Week 41 (October 10th – October 16th)

  • (breaking) Packit no longer accepts packit.json or .packit.json as a configuration file name. (packit#2123)
  • We have implemented several improvements in syncing the release downstream:
    • Packit now updates ACL of its own dist-git forks to allow users and groups with commit rights to the original dist-git repo to push directly to a fork. (packit#2112)
    • Packit now also properly cleans up the branch after syncing the release which should prevent unwanted files (e.g. tarballs) being committed to dist-git. (packit#2125)
    • We have adjusted the way how Packit includes the resolved bugzillas in the commit messages created when syncing the release downstream so that the resolved bugzillas are included in changelog when using %autochangelog. (packit#2126)
  • Packit now reacts to retriggering comments for downstream jobs by commenting on the same issue/PR and providing information about the jobs. (packit-service#2222)
  • We have fixed an issue that prevented you from running the jobs on the due to failing resolution of the upstream/downstream relationship for the cloned project. (packit#2120)
  • Packit now triggers the build for the /packit test comment command if the last build was not successful. (packit-service#2228)

And special thanks to @SpyTec for multiple wonderful dashboard improvements!

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Week 40 (October 3rd – October 9th)

  • We have fixed an issue that you could encounter when running the Packit from the CLI that caused misinterpretation of the repository to be an upstream repo instead of a downstream. (packit#2117)
  • Packit now also detects resolved bugs in the default update notes (created from changelog diff) and assigns these when submitting the Bodhi updates. (packit#2111)
  • We have fixed an issue that prevented automated allowlisting in the Packit Service. (packit#2113)
  • Packit now exports PACKIT_UPSTREAM_PACKAGE_NAME, PACKIT_DOWNSTREAM_PACKAGE_NAME and PACKIT_CONFIG_PACKAGE_NAME also in the changelog_entry action. (packit#2103)
  • Packit now posts a comment with a link to the Packit dashboard to the pull requests created in Fedora dist-git when syncing the release. (packit-service#2215)