Latest release of Transtats 0.8.1 is deployed in production.
- Add upstream l10n repository
- Packages have been migrated to weblate.
This was required as -
1. "Sync Upstream Job" depends on the l10n repo if it exists else default.
2. "String Change Job" depends on the source repo.
Hope this helps improve users' experiences.
Good Morning Everyone,
I've been looking at all the projects we have under the fedora-infra org on
We have 134 projects there:
- 45 of them are archived
- 1 is a mirror
- 4 are forks: https://github.com/fedora-infra?type=fork
- Last commit on November 2020
- Seems up to date with its parent project
- master branch
- last commits October 2020 (previous ones 2017)
- 40 commits ahead of master in its parent project
- develop branch
- last commits 2015
- 26 commits ahead of master in its parent project
- last commit March 2020
- 415 commits behind its parent project
- Last commit August 2014
- 22 commits behind its parent project
Are they being used/developed?
Do we need them?
If not, can we simply delete them?
- 85 are "source" repo.
Of these I would like to propose that we archive the following 24:
Then we have a these four that we run but do not maintain and that may want to
find a better place:
This would reduce the number of projects down to 57 projects most of which are
run and maintained by Fedora Infrastructure.
Then, I am also wondering if we should move the archived projects to another
organisation just to keep the list of projects somewhat manageable.
What do you think?
Good Morning Everyone,
Just a quick email to announce that the ansible repo and all the projects under
fedora-infra on pagure.io have changed their default branch from "master" to
So if you have a local copy, you may want to do something like:
git checkout main
git pull --rebase
Then things should just work as usual.
Pierre-Yves reminded me that I forgot to send this.
Last December, I opened an RFR for running Zezere on the Fedora Infra
If anyone wants to ask questions, feel free to let me know on IRC or
reply on this thread.
You are kindly invited to the meeting:
Fedora Infrastructure on 2021-01-14 from 08:00:00 to 09:00:00 America/Los_Angeles
The meeting will be about:
Weekly Fedora Infrastructure meeting. See infrastructure list for agenda a day before.
Hello guys, How are you?
First of all, it is a pleasure to be able to participate in the Fedora
community, my name is Leonardo Alonso (IRC : LeonardoAlonsooB), I am 15
years old and I am Brazilian
I am in my first professional opportunity in 1 year, but I study Linux /
Development in 3 years (with most studies done with Red Hat and Fedora)
Whatever you need if I know how to solve (if I don't know how to learn) I
am 100% available to help.
Some of my knowledge:
Programming languages: Shell Script, Python and Java Back-end
Linux services: SFTP, FTP, Samba, NFS, Apache HTTP, NGINX, TomCat, LDAP,
Squid, Bind, cPanel, Syslog / Rsyslog, SSH
In addition to the part of containers, Cloud Computing, automation and IAC.
I am very interested in participating in the Fedora Infrastructure
Apprentice, in what you need just call.
My name is Bogdan Benea, I live in Romania.
I'm working with FOSS since the days of Fedora Core 1 when I tried it in
a lab at the university in the early 2000. My diploma project was an
alternative to MicrosoftAD based on Samba 3 and Openldap.
For the last 15 years I've worked as a Linux sysadmin/DevOps.
Scripting: BASH and Python- used depending on the context
I want to give something back (I've been using Fedora for the last 10
years as my main OS) to Fedora and entire FOSS community.
I'm an RHCA 111-152-583 infrastructure and all certifications have been
taken with the technolgies I've used in a certain project. I hope this
helps you direct me to the right tasks in the beginning.
I'm curently working for the Red Hat distributor here where most of my
work here is based on Openshift and Ansible altough I've worked in the
past with Puppet also in the past.
I can also do documentation work if there is something urgent in that
area, I've been also working as a trainer for juniors in my last
company for 2 years.
Right now moving down the getting started page
Happy New Year !!!
My name is Damian Tometzki. I live in Germany near the Lake of
Constance. I am 46 years old, one child and work in a large SAP
My tasks include the Deployment, maintenance and operation of SAP
systems under Linux. I am responsible for the OS Area. I have
experience with VMWare and Bare Metal Systems. I have knowledge in C
programming and I know GIT.
In my spare time I deal a lot with Fedora & Centos. I'm also an
active reader in the Linux kernel mailing list.
I am a certified AWS Solution Architect.
Maybe there are topics in the Linux and / or Kernel area where I can support ?
I would be very happy to support you in your work.
Glad to hear from you ?