Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 195678
Review Request: redland-bindings - bindings for the redland RDF library
Last modified: 2008-12-16 18:30:53 EST
Spec URL: https://apestaart.org/thomas/trac/browser/pkg/fedora.extras/redland-bindings/redland-bindings.spec
SRPM URL: http://thomas.apestaart.org/download/pkg/fedora-5-i386-extras/redland-bindings-220.127.116.11-1.fc5/redland-bindings-18.104.22.168-1.fc5.src.rpm
Redland is a library that provides a high-level interface for RDF
(Resource Description Framework) implemented in an object-based API.
It is modular and supports different RDF/XML parsers, storage
mechanisms and other elements. Redland is designed for applications
developers to provide RDF support in their applications as well as
for RDF developers to experiment with the technology.
This module adds bindings for perl, python and ruby
Due to review of rasqal, I've made some additional changes to this package.
New src.rpm up at
sorry, that was supposed to go in the other bug report :)
This has been sitting around for a really long time; is there anything that's
stopping it from being reviewed? I assume it needs redland; is that done now?
There's been no response for months now, and it's been in needinfo for over a
month. I will close this ticket soon if there's no response.
redland is in FC-6, F-7 onwards in CVS at least, FWIW
It's been another two weeks with no response; closing.
So what should I do if I actually want to get this reviewed ?
It seems it's just a structural problem of not being able to get reviewers for certain kinds of packages, which is a shame.
I'll reopen jsut so it gets on someone's radar and someone can tell me what my options are if I want this reviewed.
I don't understand how you see this as a structural problem; I was here and willing to review this package, but you failed to respond.
If you want a review now, a good place to start would be to make sure the package still builds and to release any updates that are necessary.
There is a newer version of the package available, please update and notice comment:10 to get this reviewed.
Yes, this ticket is coming around to being closed, again, due to submitter inaction.
Looks like nothing's going to happen here. Well, we tried.