I think there's something wrong with the module system-config-firewall.
Does anybody confirms?
I just can't submit a new version of the po/pt.po
What should I do?
Rui Gouveia <rui.gouveia(a)globaltek.pt>
GlobalTek - Soluções Informáticas, Lda.
Full legal name: Mario Italo Filizzola Jr
City, Country: Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Profession or Student status: Bank employee, studying Computational Systems
Company, School, or other affiliation: Work in Banco do Brasil, study in
UFF (Fluminense Federal University)
bash-3.2$ gpg --fingerprint 42CD93E8
pub 1024D/42CD93E8 2007-04-15
Key fingerprint = 6604 A089 E0E9 CFD7 76DE 9623 F7C5 13F2 42CD 93E8
uid Mario Italo <marioitalo(a)yahoo.com.br>
sub 2048g/AA2E8538 2007-04-15
Outage Notification - 2008-12-13 06:10 UTC
There was an unplanned outage starting at 2008-12-13 05:48 UTC.
To convert UTC to your local time, run:
date -d 'YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM UTC'
Translation Services (transifex)
Websites (wiki, smolt)
CVS / Source Control
Reason for Outage:
xen12, the machine with our MySQL server on it is having hardware
problems. We are currently waiting for a tech to fix it on site.
Please join #fedora-admin in irc.freenode.net or respond to this email
to track the status of this outage.
I posted yesterday updated Russian .po file for fedora-web module via Transifex (master branch).
I also change LINGUAS file to enable Russian language.
For now I can see "ru" website language in drop-down menu on http://fedoraproject.org,
but Russian pages did not appeared and where no "fedoraproject.org/ru/" index page.
What should I do next to enable translated to Russian web-pages?
During today's Infrastructure outage, we deployed a new version of
Transifex. Please stop by in #fedora-admin or file a ticket at
https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ (login with your FAS
username/password) if you run into any errors.
Very soon, we'll have a fully translated Transifex interface, including
A big thanks to the Transifex team and everybody who worked on these new
I like to have a question.
What if F10 release note in specific language requires some modification
We are still able to modify it?
If we can, how can that improvement be reflected into web publication?
First the personal details:
Full Name: Christof Kälin
City: Rüti, Switzerland
Profession: Linux administrator (RHCE/LPI2)
Company: SIX Telekurs (now) and Ferag (after 05.01.2009)
hobbies: guess what ;-) and biking
Using Fedora: Since 3 years and after doing the RHCE, I'm totally stuck here
and will not change to ubuntu for years to come!
Why I want to help: Because I really like the attitude of the project and
the kind peole in all the forums and because there are still so many bugs
and flaws that make fedora look "too geekish" compared to ubuntu (who needs
thousands of kernel-patches to achieve the user base acceptance they have).
My strenghts: Languages (Swiss German native, English, French), bug finding
I have joined the German translation team a while ago and looking forward to
start with the work. I'd like to help fix all the old errors, if possible.
Anyway, now there's the problem, that my RSA pubkey does not seem to be
accepted (I already generated a new one and uploaded it). On the cvs
checkout I get a "Permission denied (publickey)."
Is it possible, that my system's user name has to be the same as the Fedora
admin username (ckpinguin for me)? I don't hope so ;-)
Thanks for any help on this.
My keys (using a different email-address):
pub 1024D/E970C680 2007-12-12
Schl.-Fingerabdruck = E700 5863 E4F8 30F8 AFDD D1F5 DC60 C2E0 E970 C680
uid Christof Kälin <christof.kaelin(a)gmail.com>
sub 4096g/E39D3C97 2007-12-12
LPI2 & RHCE cert. Linux specialist
E700 5863 E4F8 30F8 AFDD D1F5 DC60 C2E0 E970 C680
GPG Public Key:
Instead of writing a dry, boring English release announcement for
You are encouraged to write your own announcement, in your native
language, for your region of the world.
Please collaborate with other members of your localization/Ambassador
community for your 'formal' announcement.
Ambassadors -- please lead this effort within your language/locale.
Here are the points to discuss:
You do not need to cover most or all of those; pick what you think
your audience wants to hear about the most.
This page explains the process in more detail, with links to previous
Still fixing a few things on that page, but it's usable right now. :)
ps - pardon the cross post, mea culpa
Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Community Gardener