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Build-Pipelines for Operating System Artifacts

Second release of koji-osbuild

We are happy to announce the second release of koji-osbuild, the project to integrate osbuild-composer with koji. This is a bugfix release to fix issues uncovered after its first deployment.

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Introducing RPMrepo

The Image Builder project builds Fedora and RHEL operating system images, as such its test infrastructure is reliant on RPM package repositories to verify previously succeeding builds do not fail with newer Image Builder updates. It is not unusual for CI systems to require external resources, but in the case of RPM repositories we are suddenly confronted with a moving target: If a test fails, was it our Image Builder modification that broke, or does the RPM repository include broken updates?

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Release of osbuild 22

We are happy to announce version 22 of osbuild. This release improves the internal error-handling as well as error-reporting on the command-line.

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Release of osbuild 21

We are happy to announce version 21 of osbuild. This release adds support for running on Fedora 34. Furthermore, internal errors during container setup are now properly reported. And lastly, a lot of work has been done to improve the code readability.

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First release of koji-osbuild

We are happy to announce the first release of koji-osbuild, a new project to integrate osbuild-composer with koji, the build and tracking system primarily used by the Fedora Project and Red Hat.

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Release of osbuild 20

We are happy to announce version 20 of osbuild. This time with a big set of new features, including support for btrfs assemblers, as well as reworked and improved progress output on the terminal. As usual, a round of bugfixes is included as well.

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Release of osbuild 19

We are happy to announce version 19 of osbuild. After a rather long period of development, this release comes with a wide range of new features and improvements, as well as the usual round of bug fixes.

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