we would like to have some statistics of visit of:
I assume that there is none statistics provided by Fedora itself.
Can you please modify footer of this wiki to include this Google
Thanks in advance.
Red Hat Satellite Engineering
My name is Vincent Van der Kussen and I would like to join / help out the Fedora infrastructure team.
I've been using Linux for over more than 10 years and have been working as a Linux sysadmin for the last 5 years.
I believe I could improve my knowledge and skills by joining the infrastructure team and working with very skilled people solving problems and create new things.\
I'm quite skilled in Virtualization (KVM RHEVM oVirt), deployments and general Linux administration
Things I would like to improve : scripting in Ruby, SELinux and maybe a little packaging
I also have a RHCE certification.
twitter : @vincentvdk
LinkedIn : http://be.linkedin.com/in/vincentvanderkussen
irc : vincentvdk (freenode)
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we are now in the infrastructure freeze leading up to the Fedora 17
Alpha release. This is a pre-release freeze.
Anything in the Pre Release freeze box is frozen until 2012-02-28 (or
later if Alpha slips). This means there should be NO puppet changes to
any hosts in there (including global ones) without signoff of the
change from at least 2 folks in sysadmin-main and/or
On bapp01 we have a script that checks whether the country code that people have
in FAS is known to GeoIP. This script runs once a week. The script sends out
email if the country code is not known to GeoIP (this happens if we update GeoIP
and a previous country code is removed).
I'd like to update this script in puppet so that it doesn't notify inactive
accounts as we're currently sending out nagmail to accounts which are no longer
used (but may point to valid email addresses):
diff --git a/modules/fas/files/fas-invalid-cc.py
index 2e7d309..186049a 100755
@@ -86,14 +86,14 @@ def getusers():
country_codes = GeoIP.country_codes
data = 
- data = fas.people_by_key(key='id', fields=['human_name', 'username',
+ data = fas.people_by_key(key='id', fields=['human_name', 'username',
'country_code', 'email', 'status'])
if not email:
print '\nSummary of accounts without valid Country Codes.'
- for user_info in data.values():
+ for user_info in [d for d in data.itervalues() if d['status'] == 'active']:
if user_info['country_code'] and user_info['country_code'] not in
Could I get two +1s?
Hi infrastructure people,
i'd like to introduce myself to the group. I'm Christos Triantafyllidis and my irc handle is "ctria". I'm experienced linux admin with expertise in grid middleware and security. I also write code in ruby, perl and bash.
As part of my work i'm administrating 2 grid clusters with total of ~ 200 nodes, multiple services including some fedora supported (i.e. a local koji infrastructure). Although the majority of our services is not in Fedora but in Scientific Linux, i'm very glad of the fedora project existence and especially about the EPEL repo existence which many times have saved my day.
Why contributing? basically because of the fun of it. But i'd also like to learn some stuff from this co-operation. I'd like to see how other infrastructure teams are organized (especially teams like this with mixed experience levels and totally distributed). I'd also like to see your practices on deploying new services.
I haven't looked yet at the list of topics open for contribution, but i'll definitely do it soon.
So this is my "hello world" message,
PS: My really rarely updated blog where you can find more about me is http://ctria.blogspot.com
My name is Adrian Hannah (adrianhannah in IRC). I've been a system
administrator for 13 years and have done a bit of tool development at my
past jobs (mostly Perl/bash, but I've worked a little bit with other
languages) and would like to hone these skills more. I'd like to work with
the tools team and I think I can manage about 4 hours per week.
PGP Public Key: http://prjct.info/adrian.txt
The infrastructure team will be having it's weekly meeting tomorrow
2012-02-23 at 21:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting on the freenode network.
(We are meeting at 21UTC this week, but will go back to 20UTC starting
Suggested topics (suggested by whom):
* New folks introductions and Apprentice tasks.
* Fedora 17 Alpha release tickets
* 2 factor auth status
* Staging re-work status
* Applications status / discussion
* Upcoming Tasks/Items
2012-02-14 to 2012-02-28 - F17 Alpha Freeze
2012-02-28 - F17alpha release day
2012-03-01 - nag fi-apprentices.
2012-03-10 - drop inactive fi-apprentices
2012-03-20 to 2012-04-03 - F17 Beta Freeze
* 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: