There is a proposal in upstream GlusterFS to drop 32-bit arches.
The original proposal was to drop 32-bit with GlusterFS-7. GlusterFS-7 will
land in Fedora 31/rawhide soon. More than likely though it will not be
official until GlusterFS-8, which will probably land, accordingly, after
Fedora 31 GA in Fedora 32/rawhide.
Koji.fedoraproject.org currently stores every rpm ever shipped to users
since the Fedora 7 days, along with a lot of information about every
build it’s ever made, even if not distributed. We have continued to grow
the storage backing koji over time, but it is close to reaching a size
we can no longer expand (75TB).
We are going to start moving builds off our main storage volume on to
slower (but still accessible) volumes in order to shrink our main volume
of active releases and make it easier to move and expand. There may be
slowdowns of builds and composes during the time we are moving builds,
but we will try and make it as transparent as possible.
All builds will continue to be available via koji.fedoraproject.org, but
you may notice a new volume name in the download path of some older
As part of initial testing of this move, we moved the *fc6* tagged
builds and this generated a number of 'buildsys.state.changed'
notifications to maintainers. We have since corrected the koji
fedora-messaging plugin to not emit these volume change events. Sorry
for the extra emails.
Please let us know if you experience excessive slowdowns or issues
related to this move.
This work is being tracked in
The Fedora Infrastructure is planning to retire the infinote 
service. This service allows text collaboration using the Gobby
client and was mainly used by the Infrastructure team to coordinate
our weekly meeting and the mass update & reboot of the machines.
The service will be taken offline on August 30th 2019. If you wish to
backup some of the document currently hosted, you should make sure
that you have downloaded them locally before that date.
The Infrastructure team will most likely use the service provided by
hackmd.io  for their needs. Other alternatives like public etherpad
can also be used to replace this service.
 - https://infinote.fedoraproject.org/infinote/
 - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Gobby
 - https://opensource.com/article/19/7/enable-collaboration-hackmd