I think we should link to info about make update using bodhi-client, point to the potential for nifty graphs of bodhi activity, how end users can find and test updates. To that end, I thought I would install body-client and try
bodhi-client --testable. Apparently end users will at least have to go some distance down the path toward being a fedora developer before they can do this. It would be nice if users could infuse some karma without being full devs.
[dlbewley@seitan ~]$ bodhi --testable /usr/bin/bodhi:30: DeprecationWarning: fedora.tg.client has moved to fedora.client. This will disappear in 0.4 from fedora.tg.client import BaseClient, AuthError, ServerError Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/bodhi", line 338, in <module> bodhi.testable(opts) File "/usr/bin/bodhi", line 132, in testable builds = self.koji_session.listTagged(tag, latest=True) File "/usr/bin/bodhi", line 108, in __koji_session session.ssl_login(cert=cert, ca=ca, serverca=serverca) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/koji/__init__.py", line 1232, in ssl_login self.proxy = ssl.XMLRPCServerProxy.PlgXMLRPCServerProxy(self.baseurl, certs, timeout=60, **self.proxyOpts) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/koji/ssl/XMLRPCServerProxy.py", line 74, in __init__ self.ctx = SSLCommon.CreateSSLContext(certs) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/koji/ssl/SSLCommon.py", line 38, in CreateSSLContext raise StandardError, "%s does not exist or is not readable" % f StandardError: /home/dlbewley/.fedora-upload-ca.cert does not exist or is not readable