~> osc my pkg | wc -l

699

^^ that's far too much to keep an eye on during a week full of normal work. As my private live changed, I also have not so much time any more over the weekends.

So it looks like the Hackweek will allow me to work on (and improve) my packaging skills again. :-)

Looking for mad skills in:

packaging

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    • lrupp
      over 5 years ago by lrupp | Reply

      Monday:

      • Fixed bnc#839839 for server:monitoring and submitted for 12.2, 12.3 and 13.1, too.
      • enhanced nagios-theme-switcher with man page and submitted to Factory
      • working on the upgrade to Nagios from 3.5.1 to 4.0 (package building in homeadd-emojibranchesadd-emojimonitoring but has not tested yet)
      • working on the upgrade to Nagios Plugins to 1.5 (working place: homeadd-emojibranchesadd-emojimonitoring)

    • lrupp
      over 5 years ago by lrupp | Reply

      • fixed build of nagios-plugins 1.5 (still some work to do)
      • Nagios 4.0 builds now on all supported plattforms
      • provided a small presentation about check_mk, pnp4nagios and nagvis, which are already present in server:monitoring - looks like there is a need to have them in openSUSE:Factory sooner than later

    • lrupp
      over 5 years ago by lrupp | Reply

      At least I found some time to work on 5(sig!) out of 699 packages...

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