As a moderator of ML I am wondering, why I should every day moderate the
spam posts (although they never reach the ML). Is there some filter
before the email enters a moderator queue? Could the sensitivity of
filter be increased or something like that?
Hello Fedora infrastructure team! My name is Jon Mosco.
IRC handle: jmosco
I have been on various infrastructure teams for a little over 5 years
now and would love to contribute. I have various skills with OSS, such
as Nagios, HAProxy, web services, etc. I would love to learn more about
multi datacenter sites, and globally balanced infrastructures. I have a
passion for scripting and automation, and would love to have more
projects to work on related to them.
Thanks you for your time,
The infrastructure team will be having it's weekly meeting tomorrow,
2014-03-27 at 18:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting on the freenode network.
(We are moving back one hour due to the daylight saving time changes.
Hope that works for everyone).
#topic New folks introductions and Apprentice tasks.
If any new folks want to give a quick one line bio or any apprentices
would like to ask general questions, they can do so in this part of the
meeting. Don't be shy!
#topic Applications status / discussion
Check in on status of our applications: pkgdb, fas, bodhi, koji,
community, voting, tagger, packager, dpsearch, etc.
If there's new releases, bugs we need to work around or things to note.
#topic Sysadmin status / discussion
Here we talk about sysadmin related happenings from the previous week,
or things that are upcoming.
#topic Upcoming Tasks/Items
* flock talks
#topic Open Floor
Submit your agenda items, as tickets in the trac instance and send a
note replying to this thread.
More info here:
Today when I submitted updates I met:
500 Internal error
The server encountered an unexpected condition which prevented it from
fulfilling the request.
I've tried about 50 times but failed still.
Can someone check it?
Our cloud went down today and we realized that only very few of us
actually know how it works and how to repair it.
To address this, Kevin has agreed to teach us what he knows about it.
We're looking to set up a #fedora-classroom meeting, have zodbot log
it, and afterwards turn the log into an infra-docs document.
If you're interested in attending and asking questions, please fill
out the following survey so we can find the best time:
Please note that you need to set your timezone for that questionnaire
This Thursday March 20 (tomorrow that is :) ), after the Infrastructure
meeting (18:00-19:00 UTC) we are gonna hijack on #fedora-admin and hold
an unofficial meeting on GitLab, since many folks have expressed
interest on its current status in Fedora/EPEL.
Sytse Sijbrandij, co-founder of GitLab, will be there as well to discuss
the potential of deploying GitLab in Fedora or Red Hat infrastructure.
It would be cool if guys from Fedora infra team or anyone inside Red Hat
could attend (cc'ing some of you that reached me).
Sorry for the late notice, I've been somewhat busy lately, if someone
cannot make it we can always arrange to meet next week as well.
So see you tomorrow on #fedora-admin at 19:00 UTC.
FAS : axilleas
GPG : 0xABF99BE5
My IRC nickname : emedentsii.
My position is Automation QA, i have experience with python and system
administration, also I'm learning Django as a hobby. I'm going to
improve my python skills and bring benefits to Fedora with it.
Currently I'm in investigation of fedora exiting issue but if you advice
me some of them which good for beginners it would be great.
I would like to be participant of package development.
Wouldn't it be nice to have some sort of a control panel where we can
view all mailing list subscriptions and make necessary changes in the
same place? At present we have to switch back and forth from one
mailing list configuration to another.
fas name: mohanprakash
IRC nick: mpduty
So I was looking through the playbooks and host_update.yml and
rkhunter_update.yml are pretty much identical on the surface. They both
update the target host and then run rkhunter. I like the name/style of
host_update.yml a bit better so was thinking of removing
rkhunter_update.yml next week when Kevin gets back.
Am I missing something obvious in between the two?
Stephen J Smoogen.
One of the frustrations of having multiple different lists is that we can't
really easily cross-post, because if people reply but aren't subscribed to
all lists, they get bounces, and the conversation ends up fragmented. Or the
alternative, multi-posting (same post individually to multiple lists), but
then you're _starting_ with fragmentation.
The radical solution to this would be to use topics, but those require users
to change their habits (putting topics in the subject or a keywords
So instead, could we (now, or in the mm3 future) make it so any address
subscribed to any public fedora list is automatically added to an accept
filter for all other lists?
I don't know enough of the mailman internals to know how this might be
implemented, butit seems like it must be doable. And there might be some
details to be worked out around removing people, and possible moderation.
But what do you think of the general idea?
Matthew Miller -- Fedora Project -- <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>