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Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 2:18 PM
To: Fedora Infrastructure
Subject: Re: New guy question
On Wed, 28 Jul 2010, Matt Micene wrote:
> I've been lurking and learning as much as I can via Trac , IRC, and
> wiki to figure out where I think I can best fit before sending my
> email. I'm running into a bit of a road block mentally tho and am
> looking for some pointers to docs I may be missing.
> Is there more info like the Orientation SOP that goes into the
> architectures in use for the various different services? The
> architecture overview on the Infrastructure wiki is fairly generic and
> high level and the SOPs are fairly deep in the weeds (as they should
> be). Is there somewhere to find the middle ground at a service level
> and or a next layer deep for the overview?
> Could be just the way I process, but I'm having a bit of a hard time
> finding an place to start unraveling the ball to answer the "What do I
> want to do" question. Maybe sysadmin-noc is a good place to start
> like the Real World (TM))?
We don't so much have an architectural overview as we do a FIGs
description. I've been meaning to beef that up anyway. Perhaps I'll do
it this week:
(Sorry for the ugly bottom post, Outlook bites)
Ok Mike, I will continue to poke around the SOPs and the FIG
descriptions and figure out a landing spot for me. Then again, don't
complain if you can't help solve, maybe building an architectural
overview could be a place to start?
Naw, building the overview is easy. It's maintaining one that's hard :)