We moved the meeting time to 20UTC a while back to leave time for folks
with other meetings that were taking place earlier. I think some of
these meetings no longer meet then, so...
Should we move to 18UTC?
Should we move to 19UTC?
Should we just stay at 20UTC?
Or some other time? :)
The infrastructure team will be having it's weekly meeting tomorrow
2012-04-12 at 20:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting on the freenode network.
#topic New folks introductions and Apprentice tasks.
If any new folks want to give a quick one line bio or any apprentices
would like to ask general questions, they can do so here.
#topic two factor auth status
#topic Staging re-work status
#topic Applications status / discussion
Check in on status of our applications: pkgdb, fas, bodhi, koji,
community, voting, tagger, packager, dpsearch, etc.
If there's new releases, bugs we need to work around or things to note.
#topic Upcoming Tasks/Items
#info 2012-03-20 to 2012-04-10 - F17 Beta Freeze
#info 2012-04-10 - F17Beta release day
#info 2012-05-01 to 2012-05-15 - F17 Final Freeze.
#info 2012-05-01 - nag fi-apprentices.
#info 2011-05-03 - gitweb-cache removal day.
#info 2012-05-09 - Check if puppet works on f17 yet.
#info 2012-05-10 - drop inactive fi-apprentices
#info 2012-05-15 - F17 release
#topic Meeting tagged tickets:
#topic Open Floor
Submit your agenda items, as tickets in the trac instance and send a
note replying to this thread.
More info here:
Need some feedback. Since I've been playing with/working on
ansible(http://ansible.github.com) it has raised some questions as to
what we will allow/not allow for setting up hosts.
Here's what I'd like to do:
1. allow lockbox01-only and ssh-key-only access, as root, via ssh to
our systems. This would be an ssh key only on lockbox and owned by root
(or possibly by sysadmin-main or other localgroup - like the private
2. have the root authorized_keys be available from
infrastructure.fedoraproject.org via http (restricted to the hosts we
allow, of course)
3. setup our kickstart %post to suck down these keys.
This will enable me to streamline our installation process
considerably. Right now there are a number of manual steps in our
reinstall process. These manual steps are.... errorprone. I'd like to
Right now we expose access to our systems via func - which is a daemon
running as root which auth's using the puppet ssl cert/keys from
lockbox01. The change to allowing ssh-in as root is not a considerably
larger attack surface. The only exception is that ssh is available to
various places for some of our systems, while func's ports are not.
I'd like to hear some thoughts on making this change. If no one objects
then I'll make this happen.
My name is Marcelo Moreira de Mello. I'm from Brazil and live in Porto
Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul.
I work in Red Hat as Software Maintenance Engineer but I want to help
the Fedora further.
I have a good background as sysadmin and building packages.
Will be a pleasure to help the amazing Fedora team.
Marcelo Moreira de Mello
RHCA RHCSS RHCVA
Senior Software Maintenance Engineer/SEG
gpg id: 2048R/FDB110E5
gpg fingerprint: 3BE7 EF71 4DD7 6812 D309 8F18 BD42 D095 FDB1 10E5
I asked before, but lost the reply.
Can't find in archives\Google.
I hope to get in place a proper ria
for the Freemedia project.
But, before anything starts.
Need to know what can be supported by
infra. Java, Python et al.
Currently trying to find out what skill-set
is within the Freemedia group.
"Jack of all, fubars"
Dear Team ,
I am a telecom B/OSS domain professional having rich experience in Shell,Awk,Perl programming and administering wide variety of *NIX systems .I would like to devote my time in the fedoraproject and contribute through my technical expertise .
Here are the necessary details i was advised on the starter page to share .
Name -- Arijit DuttaTime Zone / Country --GMT +5:30 INDIABasic skills and experiences -- Unix and Linux system administration / AWK.PERL,SHELL development Why you're joining -- In order to contribute to Fedora Project through my expertise in the ablove mentioned domain and technologies .What you're looking to do (be specific) -- System administration and development How much time you can contribute (usually hours per week) -- 14-15 hrs .
looking forward to hear from you .
Best Regards ,Arijit Dutta