For my btbuilder project, I have a script to automatically tag a new
version, put everything into an tgz, cross-compile to windows, and zip
that up. Recently I've been building a .src.rpm for Fedora's copr as well.
Actually the rpm is for inclusion in Fedora but I haven't gotten a sponsor
yet so publishing to copr is best I can do:
I'd like to automate the building of this .src.rpm. Currently I copy the
tgz to makerpm's rpmbuild/SOURCES and use rpmbuild as user makerpm. I'm
trying to find a good way to automate that. Suggestions? I could use ssh
with ssh-keygen but I'm wondering if there is a better way.
Dick Goodman has volunteered to host & cook at his Worcester home for
the WLUG picnic this year on Thursday July 10.
Here are the parameters for Thursday's picnic:
Dick will provide hot dogs, hamburgers, buns/rolls, potato salad, cole
slaw and condiments.
Spoiler: no cheeseburgers (kosher issue)
People can bring:
Soda and other beverages, watermelon, chips & dips, salad and desserts.
Please don't bring anything with meat.
Date/Time: Thursday, July 10, 6:00 PM
Place: 51 Valley Hill Drive, Worcester, MA
Thanks Dick for hosting!
I can. What time?
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