I'd be happy to help in anyway you can make use of me.
My full time job involves admining a small bevy of Linux servers (mainly
CentOS or Fedora). I have a few machines locally to test on (x86,
x86_64, and sparc). I have been involved in various aspects of the
Fedora Project, though certainly not as active as I should/could be. If
you can put me to work, please do.
Am 2007-03-05 20:52, Oliver Falk schrieb:
> Sergey Tikhonov schrieb:
[ ... ]
>> Thanks to RedHat who accept patches for Alpha.
Hm. They do? Great. However. When core is opened for everyone, I hope
that AC folks will join the community and get (write) access to glibc,
xorg, ... If all alpha-specific things get %ifarch-ed, it shouldn't
interfere with anything.
To have all alpha specific patches in the fedora repository would be
great. Maybe RH/FI (Fedora Infrastructure) is able to add alpha-builders
to their infrastructure!? That's why I added them CC: :-)
At least from plague I know it's possible to add passive builders to the
list. This means *we* (people who own (spare) alpha machines)) can
install machines with plague or whatever it will be named then,
available to the FI team for building.
I also guess it will not be too hard to add the idea of passive builders
to the new koji (if it hasn't been coded yet). And well. If something
doesn't build on alpha, it - of course - shouldn't break the 'normal'
cycle (i386, x86_64, ppc(?))...
For me questionable points are: Do we also want extras? Or only core?
Will Red Hat support this idea? Will Fedora Board/Fedora Infrastructure
support this idea?
Who votes? Maybe Fedora Board?
I'm ready to deploy the configs with puppet. Should we continue to use
CVS, upgrade to SVN or try to use something like hg (even though a
distributed SCM would have more negatives than positives IMHO for our
/me doesn't care, but does generally dislike cvs.
Anybody have any idea what this is?
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: fedora-server-ca.cert missing?
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 14:07:51 -0400
From: Nuno Santos <nsantos(a)redhat.com>
To: Warren Togami <wtogami(a)redhat.com>
Nuno Santos wrote:
> Hi Warren,
> The links to the certs on
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Extras/UsingPlagueClientFaq are broken...
> I managed to find the fedora-upload-ca.cert in cvs but can't find
> fedora-server-ca.cert anywhere... do you know where I can get it from?
Never mind, found it in google's cache... but the links should still be
I created a Mugshot group for Fedora Infrastructure, and pointed it
to the RSS feeds of the project Timelines for bodhi, koji,
presto, beaker, pungu, and smolt. This way, members will get
notifications on code commits, wiki changes, and ticket activity.
Please feel free to add any infrastructure-related RSS feed to the
group as well. Also, if you need a mugshot invite or something, drop me a line.
So the infrastructure is maturing quite a bit right now. As part of
that I'm spending some time to get some architectural documents
together. I'd like comments from everyone and changes. My flowcharting
is weak at best so take a look. I'll be sending them out as I create
them so if you're interested in saving me some work feel free to pick a
part thats missing and create your own document. I've attached the
PNG's. The actual source files are at:
Feel free to make edits and send me changes, seriously. These images
are for the proxy servers and our frontend boxes. Right now I'm
creating where we are with things, not where we will end up quite yet.