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From Valentin Aitken <>
Subject Bringing Apache Brooklyn RPM package to the official Fedora repositories
Date Mon, 11 Apr 2016 21:46:58 GMT

What do you think about adding Apache Brooklyn to Fedora and from there 
to Redhat and CentOS?

As an opensource project I think it will be good to bring it to more 
wider audience to the Fedora Community.

However before applying, when reading Fedora's Package Review Process 
<> [1],
I recognize several build problems:
- cannot find a location where the rpm spec file is publicly available. 
Only rpm available in [2]
- there is no srpm publicly available
- I think the spec file should be tested outside the rpm-maven-plugin.
I tested cd brooklyn-dist/packaging/target/rpm/apache-brooklyn/SPECS; 
rpmbuild -ba apache-brooklyn.spec
and it didn't work

For this to happen we have to also maintain a Fedora repo like this [3]
but I guess I am not the only one keen on getting this to Fedora community.



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