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==== Boost Releases in Fedora ====
 
==== Boost Releases in Fedora ====
 
* [[Changes/F32Boost172|Boost 1.72 Feature for Fedora 32]] (to be completed in February 2020)([https://www.boost.org/development/index.html Boost 1.72 to be released early December 2019] / [https://github.com/boostorg/boost/releases Track the Boost releases on GitHub])
 
* [[Changes/F32Boost172|Boost 1.72 Feature for Fedora 32]] (to be completed in February 2020)([https://www.boost.org/development/index.html Boost 1.72 to be released early December 2019] / [https://github.com/boostorg/boost/releases Track the Boost releases on GitHub])
* [[Changes/F31Boost170|Boost 1.70 Feature for Fedora 31]] (to be completed in September 2019)([http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_70_0.html Boost 1.70 released on the 12 April 2019])
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* [[Changes/F31Boost170|Boost 1.70 Feature for Fedora 31]] (to be completed in September 2019) ([http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_70_0.html Boost 1.70 released on the 12 April 2019])
* [[Changes/F30Boost169|Boost 1.69 Feature for Fedora 30]] (to be completed in February 2019) ([http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_69_0.html Boost 1.69 released on the 12 December 2018])
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* [[Changes/F30Boost169|Boost 1.69 Feature for Fedora 30]] (completed in January 2019) ([http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_69_0.html Boost 1.69 released on the 12 December 2018])
 
* [[Changes/F29Boost167|Boost 1.67 Feature for Fedora 29]] (completed in July 2018) ([http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_67_0.html Boost 1.67 released on the 14 April 2018])
 
* [[Changes/F29Boost167|Boost 1.67 Feature for Fedora 29]] (completed in July 2018) ([http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_67_0.html Boost 1.67 released on the 14 April 2018])
 
* [[Changes/F28Boost166|Boost 1.66 Feature for Fedora 28]] (completed in February 2018)([http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_66_0.html Boost 1.66 released on the 18 December 2017])
 
* [[Changes/F28Boost166|Boost 1.66 Feature for Fedora 28]] (completed in February 2018)([http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_66_0.html Boost 1.66 released on the 18 December 2017])

Revision as of 19:08, 2 July 2019

Denis Arnaud

I first installed RedHat (version 5, in 1998) with Oracle 8, when that latter was delivered on Linux for the first time... on a small Pentium-based computer with 600MB of disk and 64MB of RAM, hence proving to my hierarchy that Linux was ready for professional use. I started to be involved in the Fedora building process by translating documents and package descriptions, and have become a packager in 2009.

Contact

Activities within Fedora

Packaging with Docker Images

Boost

Boost Releases in Fedora

Helper tools for Boost building on Fedora Rawhide

Modularized Boost

Projects on Copr

Bringing and maintaining a few packages to Fedora

Scientific Spin

Translations (into French)

A few quick links on Fedora packages (to ease my maintenance tasks)

  • Full list of packages waiting for a reviewer here.

Specific packaging procedures

Material for Reviews

Tracking of Package Requests

Documentation

Packaging

General
Specific guidelines
Package testing
Package updating
Package renaming
Package retiring
Build Side Build Targets/Tags
Reviews
Compositions / Collections
Tools
Package information pages (and database)

Hacking on Fedora/RedHat/CentOS

NoSQL

Virtualisation / Cloud Computing

General
Cloud SIG
Cloud solutions submitted to Fedora
Amazon (EC2)
Create Vagrant Images
imagefactory --debug base_image --parameter generate_icicle false tdl-ppc64le.xml --file-parameter install_script f22-rc3-base.ks

Tools

repoquery --requires --recursive --output=ascii-tree pkgname

Brainstorming Section about Packaging

Using Git Work-flow for Packaging

References on Status of Packages

Obligatory Einstein quote