Le lundi 18 janvier 2021 à 11:31:35+0100, Lucas Nussbaum a écrit : > Hi, > > On 17/01/21 at 22:00 +0900, Norbert Preining wrote: > > On the infrastructure side, you mentioned on #debian-qa that in your > > opinion, lintian is best run in a CI pipeline instead of on the > > lintian.d.o service. While this is certainly true, do you plan to keep > > the functionality on your rework of lintian.d.o? > > > > As part of this rework and the ongoing development, you said you have plans > > to set up a test version of the Lintian web application on non-Debian > > infrastructure. How is that going, Felix? Please if you need help or support, > > don't hesitate to reach out. > > I agree that a service that provides an overview of the status regarding > lintian for the whole archive would be useful (for example, to identify > packages that need some area of work inside a team). > > If there's a lack of interest/motivation to redesign lintian.d.o as a > standalone service, maybe a simpler architecture to explore would be to > build it on top of UDD (with lintian runners feeding a table in UDD > directly). That would make it possible to simplify most of the web stuff > (and of course would still allow exporting to other services that need > the data). I would be quite motivated to work on that. Hey all, Last time me and Felix discussed about lintian, his motivation to have a fresh and new lintian.d.o seemed, to me, to be high, and I recall he was mostly dealing with questions about how to do it, in particular about infrastructure. As I said on that time, I'd be glad to provide help and support should Felix feel the need for some. I'm quite not the best developer, but I think I could be useful nevertheless! That very topic about an archive-wide Lintian ran on already uploaded packages did not occur, though, and I'd be really interested in helping keeping this feature around, if such help is needed! Thanks Norbert for opening that thread! Cheers! -- Pierre-Elliott Bécue GPG: 9AE0 4D98 6400 E3B6 7528 F493 0D44 2664 1949 74E2 It's far easier to fight for one's principles than to live up to them.
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