- 1 Sitemaps
- 2 Mockups
- 2.1 Misc
- 2.2 Package Details
- 2.3 Package Maintenance
- 2.3.1 Packages
- 2.3.2 Builds
- 2.3.3 Updates
- 2.3.4 Reviews
- 2.4 Users
- 3 Icons / Other Resources
People / Search
Search Results Screen
- Nicolas Mailhot brings up the point that sometimes package maintainers are a named group, not just a list of individuals. He gives the Fonts SIG as an example, I think there is also a gecko group/team that manages those packages. A SIG can maintain an entire grouping of packages (like all of the font packages, all of the gecko packages, etc.). You can see in pkgdb that abyssinica-fonts, for example, is owned by the user 'fonts-sig': https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/packages/name/abyssinica-fonts
- Nicolas also brings up the point that sometimes a package can be part of different spins, in some instances a star feature of a spin. The package details pages should call out which spins that package is a part of.
Package Details Overview
Package Details > Builds (*New! 20 Jan)
Is the "Built By" column really that important? I feel like maybe I should pull it out. --Duffy 22:30, 21 January 2009 (UTC)
Package Details > Changelogs (*New! 21 Jan)
Package Details > Updates (*New! 21 Jan)
TODO: add bug type/severity: security (severity?), bug, enhancement
Package Details > Bugs (*New! 22 Jan)
NOTE: updated on 23 Jan, based on suggestions below. Still thinking about adding a statistical summary and maybe a pie chart. Also need to explore X.org/kernel special cases. Maybe add a search for all nautilus bugs too in the dashboard?
Notes on bug displays from #fedora-devel:
- Toshio has 36 open bugs right now. He cares mostly about how many open bugs, and how many closed bugs across all of his packages, but he doesn't own many packages. Finer-grained bug states don't typically matter much to him.
- The X.org and kernel use cases for this page should be explored. Both have triaging and use fine-grained bug states.
- James Antill would like to see a list of bugs he looked at / viewed most recently (he is always logged into BZ) and also a list of bugs *he* most recently modified.
- Toshio mentioned that Launchpad has a piegraph of bug states per project. It might be good to get a feel for how actively a project/package is maintained/fixed/etc. Pie graph example: http://bugs.launchpad.net/trac-bzr
- As a developer, Toshio is most interested in what bugs are open. Closed bugs are more interested for someone looking at from the outside but as the developer closed bugs aren't as interesting.
- From jbowes: <jbowes> mizmo: what would be nice would be like 101 bugs, 30 new. (10 new since your last visit) recently filed bugs is good though
Packages List (per release)
These mockups show how the data will look for the Rawhide release list of packages. It shows:
- package name
- latest version # of that package
- package owner
Packages List (My Packages)
These mockups show how the data will look for a list of packages owned by a particular person (the logged in person for now). It shows:
- package name
- latest version # of that package in rawhide
- active releases column (if you don't own it for one of those releases, it's greyed out with a hover over explanation)
Obsoleted Packages List (per release)
Obsoleted packages - shows what the package was obsoleted by and what version numbers went out (if any) in the active fedora releases)
Builds Overview List
In-Progress Builds List
Failed Builds List
Successful Builds List
Updates Overview List
Unpushed Updates List
Testing Updates List
Stable Updates List
File:Myfedora package review stripped.svg This is the stripped down version of the package review screen, or rather, what could be reasonably accomplished without a massive overhaul of the back end. More elaborate version below.
File:Myfedora package2.svg More of a forced sequence model.