A fallout of how we are setup, where we are setup and what constraints we worked under : only a very small number of people have been able to request builds, look at output, make changes to the build environment and the process around it.
One of the big goals for the CentOS Linux 7beta effort is to try and fix that. And over the last few days, I've pushed code and make process changes that now allow anyone on the CentOS-QA team to request builds, make changes to the mock templates, manage per-package build environments, modify hints and process templates.
Given that the content isnt de-branded and we've not got the local mod's in place as yet ( or even the overall distro blacklist ), cant make the build-result public as yet, but thats on the agenda.
Also on the agenda is a public git repo that contains all the metadata and mock configs used in the build process, with a merge-request-process that allows anyone to come and help. It wont be done tomorrow, but it should be done and in place, working by the end of Jan; And unless Red Hat pull something dramatic, well in time before the EL7 release.