Hello Pumpers!

I made this page in order to make available for the world two clients for Pump.io, Dianara and Pumpa.

I don't own any rights on them, but i just made some .rpm packages for Fedora's users, to make them easily installable on your desktop.

Thanks to Fedora Copr, now i got a repo for free, in the meantime i -maybe- become a Fedora Packager.


Dianara

My repo for Dianara is located here: http://copr-fe.cloud.fedoraproject.org/coprs/howcanuhavemyusername/Dianara/
It's so easy to add my repo to your Fedora now. Just do:

# dnf copr enable howcanuhavemyusername/Dianara

...and with some magic you should be able to find and install dianara or dianara-dev!
For more info: https://fedorahosted.org/copr/wiki/HowToEnableRepo

Dianara is developed by Jankusanagi (https://identi.ca/jankusanagi).
For more info about Dianara, visit https://jancoding.wordpress.com/category/projects/dianara/.

Pumpa

My repo for Dianara is located here: http://copr-fe.cloud.fedoraproject.org/coprs/howcanuhavemyusername/Pumpa/
It's so easy to add my repo to your Fedora now. Just do:

# dnf copr enable howcanuhavemyusername/Pumpa

...and with some magic you should be able to find and install pumpa or pumpa-dev!
For more info: https://fedorahosted.org/copr/wiki/HowToEnableRepo

Pumpa is developed by Mats Sjöberg (https://pump.saz.im/sazius).
For more info about Pumpa, visit http://sjoberg.fi/software/pumpa.html.


I am aware that packages are not signed. At the moment Copr doesn't support it. For more info have a look at this mail:
https://lists.fedorahosted.org/pipermail/copr-devel/2013-November/000812.html

For any PACKAGE problem or question, contact me at microca.st/howcanuhavemyusername