On 26 August 2015 at 21:46, Colin Walters <walters(a)verbum.org> wrote:
I was talking with Arjan at ContainerCon, and he
mentioned that as
part of the Clearlinux updater, you guys had forked bsdiff (again)
and made a number of bugfixes.
Where does that code live? And actually, can the website
be updated to more clearly link to the code repositories?
^ zero hits
Indeed the only sources we publish at the moment are srpms under
I did eventually find:
But I'm guessing that's only used for forks from projects
that were already on github?
I started that project to yeah, fork and publish things. I think we
should publish our software updater client and server there.
Tim, can we mirror/snapshot updater there?
BTW, I am the upstream for OSTree
which is also active in the host update system space.
As part of that we investigated bsdiff and ended
up contributing to:
So it'd be great if we can try to de-bundle and share work
At the moment we also have extensive patches to shadow which enable
nss-altfiles support - i.e. all of our system user accounts are
defined in /usr, yet one can add user accounts to system groups with
shadow utils. This too, may be of interest to OSTree development. I
have been offered to maintain shadow upstream, which is under
maintained today, and I'm not sure if I should be taking up on the
offer or not.
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