On Sat, 28 Jun 2008 18:47:51 -0500 (CDT)
Mike McGrath <mmcgrath(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Sat, 28 Jun 2008, Robin Norwood wrote:
> I've been working (with lots of help from Toshio and Luke) on the
> Amber project (Fedora Application Database) for a few weeks now,
> and I'm getting perilously close to the point where it would be
> useful to have a public place to host a proof-of-concept style demo
> site. It is a turbogears app (with sqlalchemy, genshi and (soon)
> postresql). Does the fedora infrastructure group have resources
> for this kind of thing? IOW, is there a spare F9 box or virtual
> instance I can borrow, along the same lines as publictest10?
We can get one setup for you, stick the requirements in a fedorahosted
We'll get something
up and going. Is there some reason you can't just use publictest10?
I don't know, it might be perfectly suitable. I don't have access to
it, though. I need a F9 box with git, turbogears, sqlalchemy, genshi,
postres, python-docutils, python-amara, python-cpio,
python-fedora...and possibly other things I'm missing.
Here's the ticket:
Heh. Lucky ticket ID there. You'd think I were writing this in java,
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