In week 44:
- PyLEMS was imported into Fedora and is now in testing.
- We received a suggestion to include fsleyes, so we've begun working on that. Two of its dependencies are in review now: fslpy and fsleyes-widgets.
Keeping in line with the spirit of FOSS development, we try to stay close to upstream, so:
- PyLEMS: issues were filed to request that examples and the license text be included in the PyPi tarball.
- NeuroMLlite: I opened a PR adding the license file to the sources.
- MUSIC: Unfortunately MUSIC uses a private copy of rudeconfig that contains changes that have not yet been sent upstream. Bundling is to be avoided in Fedora for good reason, so I've filed a ticket asking if the local changes to rudeconfig could be sent upstream. Until this is solved, MUSIC cannot be included in Fedora, unless a bundling exception is made.
The task list was moved to the Pagure issue tracker. I've done a bit of housekeeping so that we now use labels like the NEST initiative does, inspired by this post. It really does make handling issues much easier.
There is a lot of software available in NeuroFedora already. You can see the complete list here on Fedora SCM. Software that is currently being worked on is listed on our Pagure project instance. If you use software that is not on our list, please suggest it to us using the suggestion form.
Feedback is always welcome. You can get in touch with us here.