A tool for querying the Fedora and EPEL repositories
fedrq makes it easy to query any branch of Fedora or EPEL. It uses the dnf
Python bindings and does not shell out to
dnf repoquery. It allows querying
for reverse dependencies, packages that contain a certain Provide or file,
subpackages of an SRPM, and package metadata.
The tool doesn’t seek to replace every feature of dnf repoquery. It provides a
more user friendly interface than
dnf repoquery for certain common tasks.
CLI for working with TOML files. Pronounced “tom clee.”
This tool was inspired with my frustrations with packaging Python and Rust
projects and having to manually patch
It supports reading and writing TOML and supports
sourcehutX provides an async python client for the Sourcehut API implemented using httpx and pydantic.
These macros simplify the packaging of forge-hosted projects. They automatically compute the Source urls based on macros set in the specfile. This code has been split out from redhat-rpm-config to ease maintenance.
Various ansible roles and collections. Most roles are in maintenance mode.
Python library with collections, frozen mappings, and more. Experimental.
libdnf5 shim module for usage in virtualenvs. Inspired by https://github.com/packit/rpm-shim.
My collection of scripts for Fedora package maintenance and other miscellaneous things.
I co-maintain the 5 antsibull tools used to build ansible source distributions, docs, changelogs, and more. I mainly focus on antsibull and antsibull-core.
- Ansible stack
- yt-dlp — youtube downloader
- hut — Sourcehut CLI tool
- python-orjson — PyO3 Rust Extension module for (de)serializing JSON. I
still prefer the builtin
- Misc. golang and python libraries
I am an ansible-documentation committer. I help review PRs and help with our development tooling.