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== Next meeting: ==
Wednesday, June 23, 17:00 !!UTC!!
We decided for a next meeting in 2 weeks!
A period of 1 week has proven to be too short to carry out the current work.
=== Deploying services via RPM and Ansible ===
agreed: First complete the possible use cases (that’s ongoing work) before planning the next steps
=== Fedora Server documentation review ===
(a) Langdon will finally review the landing page
(b) all other pages ready for going online
Next step is to get the server documentation added to the docs page.
During the last SIG meeting, I promised to review the "Server
Adminstration" page of our docuementation. This is that.
In the "Post Installation security enhancements" section, the system
manager is invited to enable root login via ssh. I would really prefer
that this be marked as optional since some people might prefer to
leave this disabled and have only regular users ssh in.
In the list of optional procedures, I would move the "Installing
fail2ban..." one to the end of the list since I find it less important
than the other two procedures currently in the list. I would then
put "Install and Configure Logwatch" at the end of the list behind it.
A link to the "Server Post installation tasks" page of the
documentation would also be nice here.
first things first. No one objected to move our meeting tomorrow to Libera.chat.
== Change over ==
Fedora Server IRC meeting Wednesday, June 2 17:00 ==UTC==
Details about registration: https://libera.chat/guides/registration
This documentation is helpful. Even me as a newbie managed like a charm to register my nick.
== Agenda ==
1. Deploying services via RPM and Ansible (continuation)
2. Fedora Server Documentation review
I already added / refined use case „Wildfly“ as as described by jwhimpel (via email)
and will hopefully manage to complete the other use cases of his email until tomorrow.
We had a short discussion at java-devel about it:
We need a plan about our further proceedings.
We have now sufficient content to start and make the content publicly available (Marked as beta for now). Most of the articles are written by me. We need to review each of them. Maybe we can split them up and each o us take on the review of an article. Some items are already reviewed.
I will add a list of articles needing a review at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Server/Documentation tomorrow before our meeting.