The FC-4 Branch for legacy has been created.
I still haven't completely automated this branch creation process but
I'm close. I'll defaintly be able to automate it for FC-5 when it
goes to legacy. The lookaside cache should be done by the end of the
night, I'll send a follow up when it is.
About 3 weeks ago I saw this:
> Looking for a few good women (and men)
> Elliot Lee announces in fedora-announce-list:
> The Fedora Infrastructure and Administration Project is looking for
> people who want to help create & maintain infrastructure that will
> take Fedora to the next level. If you're willing to help regularly in
> your spare time, and think you have some skills to lend (web app
> coders especially wanted), please see
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure, or e-mail
> if you have any questions.
I am very interested to be involved with fedora project, because I like
this system, and use it for long.
2 words about me:
I am system administrator with more then 5 years experience, that uses
Fedora since FC1 (actually I started with RedHat8). I have couple
hours everyday and great will to help you in your infrastructure.
Please guide me how can I start helping you, I can do many things that
is concerned to system administration, although I am not very good
programmer in Perl, Python or other. Yes I can script and automate my
tasks, but i wouldn't call myself 'good'.
Feel free to ask me to help to do your task, or any other. I want
somehow to start ;)
p.s. Call me mazaj ;) (pronounced like [mazaj], last letter pronounced
not like [dzhei], but like short [j] )
Today around noon fpserv and extras64 went off line due to a power
event in the room where they are racked. The UPS for that room appeared
to have smoked itself so we had an exciting day at duke. Things are back
online now but we may require another downtime when the new ups comes
online. I'll let everyone know what I hear.
For the new LDAP schema, we'll need to add attributes to the standard ones,
and to do so cleanly we need an OID for Fedora. Do we already have one ?
If we don't we can get one for free here :
The OID is usually attributed and sent by email within 2 weeks.
http://aurelien.bompard.org ~~~~ Jabber : abompard(a)jabber.fr
"Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler." -- Albert Einstein
Hey guys, so here's the list of current items on the schedule. In an
effort to make some shorter meetings, below is the schedule. If you
have nothing to report or would like to report it on the list instead
of in the meeting, do so. Anything not brought up on the list will be
covered at tomorows meeting. Just trying to keep things shorter.
minimal buildroot's - DennisGilmore
Unifying the web look & feel of infrastructure pieces - PasqualMilvaques
Upgrading systems - JeffreyTadlock
Firewall system rewrite - LukeMacken
Get TurboGears packaged nicely - LukeMacken
Documenting infrastructure - Everyone
Backups - DennisGilmore
Free Servers - MikeMcGrath
Metrics - RyanOrdway
[:Infrastructure/MirrorManagement: MirrorManagement] - JasonHartley
Hardware reporting tool - DamianMyerscough
SSL for fedoraproject.org - Infrastructure Team
rhlinux.redhat.com migration - BerndGroh
Translator's compendium - Infrastructure Team
account system rewrite/enhancements -
Upgrading systems - JeffreyTadlock
Free Servers - MaxSpevack
all of the builders are now updated. They all now implement the minimal
buildroot as approved by FESCO. So for those maintainers out there that
have done nothing about the broken builds by Matt Domsch. You need to fix
your packages before we ask everyone to rebuild for FC6 very soon now.
Dennis Gilmore, RHCE