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    Default Packaging Request: SCRAM

    SCRAM is a probabilistic risk analysis tool (fault tree, etc.).
    The upstream: https://github.com/rakhimov/scram

    It's packaged in Debian, Ubuntu, and Fedora.
    I am an upstream developer and willing to help out volunteer packagers.

    RPM example from Fedora: http://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/cgit/rpms/scram.git/tree/

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Packaging Request: SCRAM

    This is user forum. You should send mail to opensuse-factory mailing list, introducing new package to decide in which development project it fits; then get it into development project (submit SR and lobby for acceptance); then you can ask for Factory inclusion (it is not the same; there are a lot of packages that are not part of "official" openSUSE distributions); and then it may be considered to get it into Leap.

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    Default Re: Packaging Request: SCRAM

    Quote Originally Posted by arvidjaar View Post
    This is user forum. You should send mail to opensuse-factory mailing list, introducing new package to decide in which development project it fits; then get it into development project (submit SR and lobby for acceptance); then you can ask for Factory inclusion (it is not the same; there are a lot of packages that are not part of "official" openSUSE distributions); and then it may be considered to get it into Leap.
    Sounds like a lot of work.
    Is there anything like Arch AUR or Ubuntu PPA to bypass the package to users?

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    Default Re: Packaging Request: SCRAM

    Quote Originally Posted by rakhimov View Post
    Is there anything like Arch AUR or Ubuntu PPA to bypass the package to users?
    Sure, you can simply register on OBS and build and publish package in your home project - this is the closest to PPA (not familiar with AUR).

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