This is why send buttons are evil.
It certainly looked like a Cancel button.
On Sat, Dec 31, 2011 at 13:12, Darren VanBuren <onekopaka(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> The group you would need to be in to be able to edit non-wiki pages would be
> From: Frank Murphy <frankly3d(a)gmail.com>
> Sent: Sat Dec 31 03:52:28 PST 2011
> To: Fedora Infrastructure <infrastructure(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
> Subject: Puppet and or edits of non-wiki pages?
> Which groups of the project looks after using puppet,
> editing non-wiki web-pages?
> Couldn't seen this info on infra services\ web services.
> I would be looking only in releation to a small subset,
> relation to freemedia stuff.
> While I'm here what web-server backends are used.
> eg If a web-app was created in ruby what would it run on.
> Infras prefrence for web-apps?
> Frank Murphy
> UTF_8 Encoded
> Friend of fedoraproject.org
> infrastructure mailing list
Might be OT for this list?
I'm cc'd on vendors at fedoraproject dot org
But the spam beats the ham by at least 30:1
Is there any greylisting \ similar in place.
I can't use emal filters,
because the genuine ones
can also be new\unknown addresses
What other options maybe available
Friend of fedoraproject.org
Which groups of the project looks after using puppet,
editing non-wiki web-pages?
Couldn't seen this info on infra services\ web services.
I would be looking only in releation to a small subset,
relation to freemedia stuff.
While I'm here what web-server backends are used.
eg If a web-app was created in ruby what would it run on.
Infras prefrence for web-apps?
Friend of fedoraproject.org
My name is Jason Gates (Freenode nick: securegates), I am a recent B.S.
graduate hoping to contribute to the Fedora community. Specifically I
administration and information security but I hope to continue to
develop and expand my skills. I have had about 4 yrs. experience (junior
level) working with RHEL, Apache/NGINX, Nagios, FortiNet, Procera
Packetlogic and other technologies.
I look forward to the possibility of working with the fedoraproject
I would like to volunteer and be part of fedora project. I have been using
linux for sometime now and would like to be a part of the community not
just as passive user but also as an active contributor. I worked as
associate system engineer/administrator and recently completed my redhat
certification ie RHCE on version 6.0 hence I hope that I will be able to
contribute in infrastructure team. However I am open to any way I can
contribute. I can at the moment spend about 10 hours or about 2 hours a day
on volunteer work for fedora project. Another reason why I want to work as
volunteer is that it will help me understand the how such projects are
carried out, I would be able to learn more about over all linux systems. I
have worked at L1 level of system administration so I have some exposure in
remote infrastructure manangement. I have completed the following primary
steps incase of any discrepancies would hope to be guided accordingly.
# I have completed registration on Fedora portal and registered my account.
My Login id is : *technocratamit*
# I have filled and signed the FPCA forum
# I have also registered my nickname on Freenode IRC Network. My IRC Handle
is : *lonewolf8*
# I have subscribed to the infrastructure mailing list.
Please feel free to ask incase you need any more details. Looking forward
to contribute and working along side fellow linux lovers. One more thing....
********************************************************Merry Christmas &
Happy New Year 2012
Here's my proper introduction to the list. My name is Ilya, my IRC
handle is thesharp. I live in Moscow, Russia (GMT+4) and work as a
Senior Linux Systems Administrator. I have a Linux experience since
2003. I have a huge interest in package maintenance (it's another
topic though), puppet management and using nagios to monitor my
Recently when I was thinking about what to do with some of my free
time, I've decided to give something back -- to help the community and
the Fedora project. I have no problem spending some of my work time at
$dayjob helping Fedora Infrastructure since when you are doing
something -- you learn something, and learning is always good thing to
do. The main problem I see is my $TZ. When it's noon in US [the
meeting time] -- it's 11pm here in Moscow. :) But since i'm going to
bed late it's no problem for me to attend Fedora Infrastructure
Currently I see some open tickets about monitoring things and I think
I can help with that.
At my $dayjob I use openvz for virtualization so I would like to learn
how is it on the other side -- kvm thing. As Fedora Infrastructure use
RHEL6/kvm instances I see it as a great place to watch how things are
going on and learn a bit.
I already made my introduction at #fedora-meeting today so I would
like to be added to fi-apprentice group to start watching over how
things are working and suggest fixes to some tickets. In the future I
would like to be sponsored in sysadmin-noc group.
SY, Ilya A. Otyutskiy aka Sharp
The infrastructure team will be having it's weekly meeting tomorrow
2011-12-22 at 1900 UTC in #fedora-meeting on the freenode network.
Suggested topics (suggested by whom):
* New folks introductions and Apprentice tasks.
* serverbeach / collab / hosted status
* ibiblio machines status
* Upcoming Tasks/Items
2011-12-23 to 2012-01-02 - rh shutdown week.
2011-12-27 4am EST power outage starts in rdu.
2011-12-28 6am EST power restored in rdu.
2012-01-03 - gitweb-cache removal day.
2012-01-10 - drop inactive maintainers from pkgdb acls.
2012-01-13 to 2012-01-15 - FUDCON blacksberg
2012-02-31 - fas 0.8.11 final release.
2012-02-14 to 2012-02-28 - F17 Alpha Freeze
2011-04-03 - gitweb-cache removal day.
* Meeting tagged tickets:
* Open Floor
Submit your agenda items, as tickets in the trac instance and send a
note replying to this thread.
More info here:
I have filed the RFR for Darkserver at
Darkserver is a service written to help people finding details of
build-id(s). People will be able query the service based on
build-id(s) or rpm package names. The service will provide output in
JSON format as it will be easier for other tools to parse the output.
The initial requirement of the service came up from discussions with
devels like Mark Wielaard and Jan Kratochvil
The application is already reviewed for Fedora, waiting for the git access.
The ideas behind the project and setup details are being documented
properly at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Darkserver.
Waiting for the suggestions and comments here.
Last year I've requested to join your team in order to help the
websites one, the thread has continued in irc and we found a way to
resolve what I was looking for by that time.
Today discussion with Sijis led me to this request, to join the
sysadmin FAS group in order to be able to enter the sysadmin-web group
which depends on it.
My fas account is shaiton.