Last weeks meeting with IRC+SIP went pretty well. Couple of notes:
1) We need to make sure everyone gets setup at the right volume
2) We need a good transcriber for each meeting where IRC and SIP is used
3) We need to find out why some people have been unable to connect
4) A wiki page would help.
5) We never did get recording setup.
So my question for those on the list. We had 14 people at its max
listening in. Was this useful to everyone? Was it better then IRC,
same as IRC or worse then IRC? If given the opportunity would you like
to continue doing meetings via asterisk/callweaver?
Fedora 8 Test 1 is on its way out the door and I thought I'd take this
time to list all of the outstanding issues we need to get implemented
Most of these processes are owned. If you are the owner and can't work
on it or don't want to for whatever reason, please switch it back to nobody.
For those of you interested in helping one of these tasks, please add
yourself to the cc and make a note.
I've created a standard operating procedure for a release. We'll be
following it for Fedora 8.
Please comment and add information that I've forgotten. Jesse, if I've
put something in there that is release engineerings job, just let me
know so we don't duplicate work. (For example, I'm not sure what team
should coordinate with art and websites to make sure the new graphics
get made and stuff)
We should also add an SOP for the torrent creation and other pieces that
might need to be done.
Proxy1 and Proxy2 were getting without space, so i took the opportunity to
run clear up a bit of space...
I've ran this and think we should cron it:
sudo -u apachelog gzip `sudo -u apachelog find /var/log/httpd/ -mtime +7`
- gzip everything in /var/log/httpd that has more then 7 days
And discuss how many days before they are removed:
i would say 60 days (tops), unless we can get a data-warehouse collector for
long term logs.