The Mer Wiki now uses your Mer user account and password (create account on https://bugs.merproject.org/)
MDS2 uses a different manner of accessing repositories and source code than MDS1. This means that instead of accessing Mer:MDS:Core:i586, you access Mer:MDS:Core:i586:<version|tag|branch>
Instead of using a individual checkout, MDS2 uses the git repositories directly and allows individual downloads of binary releases.
In the following, HOST:PORT is the host and port of the MDS2 server:
What this will do is look in mappings.xml, find the relevant project mapping, and then rsync update from packages-upstream to packages-path. This will bring the packages-path directory up to date, and make the relevant version/tag/branches available through OBS protocol.
What this will do is look in mappings.xml, find the relevant project mapping, then rsync from the binaries-upstream the binary repositories named <project>:*:<version|tag|branch> into 'binaries' directory. This makes it available for binary repository access through OBS protocol.
MDS2 in Mer Community OBS
The MDS2 sits on cmds:8002 on the cmds host, within /data/mds
When a new Mer release or prerelease comes in, you need to first sync the local copy of the git repositories, which includes the Mer Core in git.
This will synchronise the git repositories and as one of the effects, make the sources for the new release available in mer:mds2:Core:ARCH:<version>
Next up, you need to import the individual release:
This will rsync down the individual binary release locally. Now over OBS api this version has binary repositories available for mer:mds2:Core:ARCH:<version>
So how do we update so that people take the new version into use?
mer:devel serves as "This project serves as a convenient pointer to the mer core project in the mds2 instance".
You then modify the 'next' pointers in that meta prj to the version you'd like it to within MDS2.