I'm very sorry I missed the meeting yesterday, but I'm still interested in
I'm a sysadmin in the real life, doing web development also. I know Python,
so I could help with sysadmin tasks and web interfaces/tools.
I'm also familiar with Zope, so when Plone goes live I'll be able to hack in
some tools if needed.
On the Fedora side, I've been a member of Fedora Extras for quite some time,
since the fedora.us days actually. I'm a "sponsor" for Extras, so I hope it
proves I'm not going to wreak havoc here... :)
For the rest, well, http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/AurelienBompard
I had in mind to help with one of the task listed on the Schedule : "Fedora
Extras sponsors would like to have a easy way to see the relation between
people that needs sponsors and the bug(s) where these people submitted
their first package(s)".
It looks like lyz is assigned to that, but maybe I could give a hand ?
Well, there's a thread dedicated to this issue, so I'll just post there :)
I'm glad I'll have an opportunity to help Fedora on the sysadmin side, see
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Attached is the log for today's meeting and the backup discussion that followed...
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Thanks for everyone who made it to today's meeting! It's really neat to see all the projects that are moving along.
I have the xferlog scripts in place to test on bastion. I have placed
xferlogarchive.py and ArchiveEmail.py in /var/fedora-accounts on
bastion. Also, I added the procmailrc recipe:
The last thing I did is create the directory /var/xferlogarchive to store
the xferlog emails in for the time being until we can get some space on
(I will followup with Stacy Brandenburg and Matt Galgoci to see about the
I still need to check in the changes to the .procmailrc file and the two
scripts. I currently do not have write access to the fedora-accounts
module for the .procmailrc file. The two scripts I was not sure where I
should stick them in the fedora-config module. Do you want to stick in
the top most directory or should they go in some other subdirectory?