Flock in Budapest was a great event. There were a lot of talks I wanted to attend, but could not make it to all of them. I did give one talk on my project called rpminspect.
rpminspect is a project I started as a replacement for an internal Red Hat tool. I am working on integrating it in to the build workflow for Fedora but also allow package maintainers to use it locally as a build linter of sorts. Here is a link to the presentation I gave. I think there is video, but I am not sure where those are.
You can find rpminspect on my github page, but I am moving it and related repos over to the rpminspect organization in github.
Feedback was great for rpminspect and while there I fixed a number of bugs. I have automatic builds in Copr right now and I am also building released versions in rawhide.
I will do a number of other posts on rpminspect after this one, but I wanted to get this posted for two reasons. First, to link to the rpminspect organization and presentation. And second, to test my Fedora Planet connectivity.