Author: Clément Verna

FESCo election: Interview with Clément Verna (cverna)

This is a part of the FESCo Elections Interviews series. The voting period starts on Thursday, 28 May and closes promptly at 23:59:59 UTC on Thursday, 11 June.

Interview with Clément Verna

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What’s coming up next in Fedora and CentOS infrastructure?

As you may know, the Community Platform Engineering (CPE) team that helps manage both infrastructure for both Fedora and CentOS is trying to improve how the different initiatives or requests for changes we receive are planned and prioritized. This effort to improve has led us to look at planning our work in three-month windows. By planning, limiting, and focusing our work every three months, we can dedicate a substantial team around each initiative, driving it to completion before working on the next. Overall this helps us finish and deliver work faster.

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Speeding up mdapi

mdapi is a service that provides a HTTP API to the different RPM repository metadata. To learn more about this service, its home page contains a how-to-use guide with some example.

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Bodhi is getting ready for rawhide gating

For a couple of months, part of the Community Platform Engineering (CPE) team has been focusing on making the changes needed in Bodhi to enable the rawhide gating change proposal.

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Moving from fedmsg to fedora-messaging

The Fedora infrastructure is working on replacing our current message bus fedmsg by a new library fedora-messaging based on AMQP. This is an update on the work currently in progress.

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News from Fedora Infrastructure

Most of the Community Platform Engineering (CPE) team met in person last month in Brno during a week. CPE team is the team at Red Hat that works on Fedora and CentOS infrastructure. As a distributed team, we usually use DevConf.cz as an opportunity to meet face to face.

This is an update on what we have been up to during this week.

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