Hello, I'm Bousselham, 23 years old. I'm a student software engineer. I
programme with JAVA, PHP, C ... and other skills : modeling, databases,
project management. I would contribute to an open source project, I think
that Fedora is a good project and need many contributors. I hope someone can
tell me the rigth way to be involved in this project.
this my mail, you can contact me any time you want.
best regards !
Bousselham EL HADDAOUI
Élève ingénieur en 3ème année
École Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique et d'Analyse des
Tél : 06 48 80 86 04
my name is Paolo De Michele l and currently have been working as a
systems network at a company that is located in Cagliari, Sardinia.
my current job is to manage and maintain the network and voip
infrastructure ( router, switch, pbx ), and various servers (windows
server - gnu/linux servers)
But my passion has always been to GNU / Linux systems. I wanted to
subscribe to this list to learn and share my knowledge in a free manner.
My main interest is to design and implement systems of high reliability
and fault-tolerant servers and maintain and manage gnu / linux.
my nickname on IRC is k3asd `
I thank you in advance and I look forward to your feedback
I am Jun. A programmer in C++, Bash and Python mostly.
I was student sysadmin and then managed several RHEL boxes.
I want to learn more about sysadmin and OS.
My irc nick is sarabande. I will try to hang out on irc as long as I could.
Right now I am looking through documentations. Hope someone can point
me out in a direction, or even a small task to warm up.
Looks like we lost access to one of the switches in bladecenter01 and
it needs to be reset.
This will require:
- disable x86-01->x86-07 from koji.
- wait for all builds on those to finish.
- reset the switch
- have RHIT folks get into it and work on it.
- when it's all clear/set, re-enable builders.
compose-x86-01 is also on that bladecenter, but as long as no composes
are happening it shouldn't cause any issues. None of the machines
should reboot, just loose connectivity for a minute or two.
I'd like to get this done sooner rather than later... this will also
allow us to finally get the ppc blades on the right vlan to give to the
ppc secondary arch folks.
My name is Willard Sterling, I go by Will. I've been a UNIX System
Administrator for ~14 years. In my day job I work with Linux; Red Hat,
CentOS and SUSE; Solaris; AIX; HP-UX and Tru64. I also teach Linux and UNIX
courses on system administration and shell scripting a few times a year. I
have a C.S. background and do know C, C++, Java and a some Perl but it is
all a little rusty as I have not much programming over the last decade.
I'm joining the Infrastructure team to give back to the community and
expose myself to technologies like Puppet that I do not get to use at my day
job. I'd like to work on infrastructure automation projects but am also
willing to work on odds and ends to keep tickets moving through the queue.
My Fedora account as well as my IRC nickname is wsterling.
The raffle application is on the app servers so it is subject to change
freeze. It has not yet started officially hosting a raffle. I've been
working on some bugfixes to the end user interface and would like to deploy
a new rpm. The rpm is presently deployed in stg.
If the new rpm destabilises other apps on the app server we can either
rollback to an earlier version of the raffle (0.3) or disable it entirely
until after freeze.
* Fix cla+1 restriction
* Add support for multiple images for a prize with navigation between them
* Add a per-user summary page to view the raffle tickets they have submitted
I may have other fixes to the admin interface that could be deployed later
or I may wait until after freeze. Need to talk to the ambassadors about
when they're planning to host their raffle/if there's any other end user UI
changes that they want me to implement.
Could I get two +1's to deploy the new rpm?