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Here is a short list of rules that maintainers must follow when submitting builds of their ABF projects to official ROSA repositories.
- Each ABF project MUST have a branch corresponding to a target platform. See "Git Branch" column in #Product Naming section for the branch for each release series. For instance, a project that yields packages for ROSA 2012 Marathon MUST have
rosa2012ltsbranch. See the picture for an example.
- Always raise the release of the package you built, or changes in the package will not be added to the metadata.
- All packages built for a repository must be build from the corresponding branch
If a repository is frozen, the updates should be submitted as described in "Requesting an Update".
|Project||Package Suffix||Git Branch|
|ROSA Marathon 2012||rosa.lts2012.0||rosa2012lts|
|ROSA Desktop 2012||rosa.2012.1||rosa2012.1|