Spec URL: https://mclasen.fedorapeople.org/fedora-workstation-repositories/fedora-workstation-repositories.spec
SRPM URL: https://mclasen.fedorapeople.org/fedora-workstation-repositories/fedora-workstation-repositories-23-1.fc22.src.rpm
Description: Repository files that make some select non-Fedora software available
via search in gnome-software.
For the background, see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Third_Party_Repository_Policy
Shouldn't Source0 be a real URL? What is the plan here: more repos will be added later?
%defattr is deprecated.
Does the license have to be MIT? Couldn't it be something public-domainy like CC-0?
Why is it called "fedora-workstation-repositories"? This sounds like there is no use for cloud or server, which is not true.
Can we rather call it fedora-third-party-repositories?
Which repositories do you want to include there? Just phracek/PyCharm? Or selected subset of Copr repos (i.e. equivalent of playground)? Or all Copr repos?
The repositories are meant to have use in the context of a Fedora Workstation installation, and would not necessarily be applicable (or might not work in Cloud case) in other editions. Those editions have the opportunity to add other metadata-enabled repositories that make sense for their use cases.
Thanks for clarifying. Since thre is nothing complicated there, I guess I can say:
ping! any progress here?
Sorry I haven't gotten back to this. Let me put this on my todo list for tomorrow.
This SCM request method has been deprecated. Please see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackageDB_admin_requests.