My name is Domingo Becker and I have been actively working for the
Fedora Project since late 2006. 
I use Fedora since FC1, and before, I've been using RH Linux.
Why I ended up here is because of infrastructure ticket number 2389,
about Transifex. 
Because of that, I became a Fedora packager, and now, with the
sysadmin rights to help with the upgrade of Transifex in t.fp.o.
I want to publicly thank to Toshio for his confidence in me, and for
his help in the process.
Since I joined this group, I'm receiving a lot of mails that teaches
me how sysadmin people work in large companies.
I really appreciate it too much all the new things I'm learning.
I'm very proud to belong to this select group of people working for
Not sure if we already have one of these but I was thinking about it
after the thing on monday with the forwards being screwed up.
a test account is setup pointing to an imap server somewhere.
we send an email to the account(a)fp.o every 10 minutes. The mail contains
a uuid generated for each mail.
the script checks to see if there is a mail in the imap folder
containing that uuid. If not it starts a nagios warning.
Surely someone else has written this test already, right?
if not - does someone want to work on it? It's a specific thing to test
and a finite project to work on, i think.
going to move publictest from ibiblio to osuosl01 to clean up the
ibiblio host. Currently I see that abadger1999, ricky and akistler
have projects on the system.
A) Are they still in use?
B) What would be needed to save and replicate them
Stephen J Smoogen.
"The core skill of innovators is error recovery, not failure avoidance."
Randy Nelson, President of Pixar University.
"Let us be kind, one to another, for most of us are fighting a hard
battle." -- Ian MacLaren
I would like to ask if someone would sponsor me to host Upstream Release
Monitoring on a Infrastructure machine.
To host this, an account with cron and unrestricted internet access
would be needed and some python packages. The accound would need to
store a plain text Red Hat bugzilla password with fedorabugs privileges,
therefore everyone with root access to that box (or the host of the
virtual machine, if it is one) should be allowed to know it and have at
least the same bugzilla privileges. I would prefer some Fedora or at
least a RHEL 6 machine to have some more up to date python available.
If anyone would sponsor this request, I will write up a formal Request
I'm Marlon Guao, and I would also like to extend my appreciation to the
great Linux Community by extending my hand. I'm currently working as a Level
3 Unix/Linux System Administrator at Hewlett-Packard. I've been using Linux
since year 2000, i'm familiar to some of the Linux distros namely, Redhat,
Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS. I also do have knowledge to Unix's (HP-UX, Solaris
and AIX) but im more into Linux( particularly Redhat/Fedora).
I'm very much interested in helping the fedora community.