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Matthew Chambers nr0q at
Tue Sep 28 14:53:44 EDT 2021

I'd be open to any advice how we can make our build system work a bit 
better. I was not able to find any examples of RPM spec files for NWJS 
based applications in which there really isn't anything to compile but 
rather just pulling in the artifacts from the NWJS-Phoenix-Builder and 
telling RPM where everything should live on the user system.

If there are any sponsors interested, particularly anyone that has the 
time to help us with the build system and produce all the needed 
packages that would be needed by Fedora and downstream systems.

On 9/23/21 10:19 PM, Matt Domsch wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 22, 2021 at 11:10 AM Matthew Chambers 
> <nr0q at <mailto:nr0q at>> wrote:
>     Hi
>     I'm new to this email group and am wanting to look at including a ham
>     radio software program that our team is working on in future
>     versions of
>     Fedora (and eventually other RHEL based distros).
> Welcome!
>     What I'm not finding easily is what the actual requirements to have
>     software included in the Fedora repos?
> <> and links 
> there are a great place to get started.  If you've not packaged 
> anything before, you'll need to follow the process and obtain a 
> sponsor as well.
>     The program in question is GridTracker (licensed under the BSD
>     3-Clause
>     license) with source code and RPM files available.
> The spec files in the upstream will need a bit of cleanup work to meet 
> the packaging guidelines reference in the link above.. The Makefile 
> for installation is pretty light so the spec file is having to do a 
> good bit more than typical 'make install'.
> Thanks,
> Matt
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