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There are a couple of services, cronjobs, ... that are used to support people working on Modularity. This page documents them.

Name Contact Status Type Files Remarks
compat-repos jantill active cronjob ~fedora/compat/* Builds compat. repo. versions of latest-Fedora-Modular-26 and latest-Fedora-Modular-Rawhide-26:
comps-modmd jantill active data ~/comps-modmd Packages and repodata for the new DNF defaults spec ... without this there is no defaults for modules on the newer F27 preview images.
fm-trello-taiga-sync/generate-roadmap jkaluza(?) obsolete cronjob ~/fm-trello-taiga-sync/generate-roadmap builds and, we don't use Taiga or Trello anymore
fmtoolize(?) obsolete cronjob ~www/html/modularity/repos/ builds jantill active(?) cronjob ~/, /home/fedora/ builds -- Jenkins CI build reports for a of couple projects (some old?)
m8y-website-updater asamalik, nphilipp active daemon, fedmsg consumer /etc/systemd/system/m8y-website-updater.service ~fedora/bin/ ~fedora/src/m8y-website-updater Listens to changes in the modularity repo on Pagure, then builds and pushes changes to
os-stream-repo jantill active data ~/compat A fixed build of os-stream (mixed modular and non-modular data) using Modular-26 rpms:
pdc obsolete daemon ? This was an experimental version of PDC from back when PDC didn't know about Modularity.
pdc-updater ? broken daemon, fedmsg consumer ?
pungi-trigger obsolete daemon ? ? obsolete(?) cronjob ~fedora/bin/ builds several projects on COPR: fm-dnf-plugin, modulemd, fm-modulemd-resolver