Non-responsive maintainer ?
Daniel P. Berrange
berrange at redhat.com
Tue Dec 6 10:26:00 UTC 2011
On Mon, Dec 05, 2011 at 11:08:32PM +0100, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
> Once in a while comes back the question: "is <insert nick here>
> around ?"
> Normally followed by: "I have opened and pinged him several time on
> <bugzilla #/email/irc/insert what I missed here>".
> And there the hunt for the last trace of activity starts. Some days ago
> someone on the list was asking if there wasn't such a program that would
> help identifying if someone has been active recently.
> Well, I gave this a try.
> (download via git clone
> http://ambre.pingoured.fr/cgit/fedora-misc.git/ )
> This checks for the last activity on
> - FAS ➙ return the last time the user logged in on a Fedora web-app:
> wiki, fas, bodhi (requires FAS auth)
> - koji ➙ last build...
> - bugzilla ➙ this takes a while as it retrieves all the bugs on which
> the given email is either CC or Assigned and then check them all to
> return the date of the last comment by this user.
> - bodhi ➙ well this is not done yet (and I expect we will have similar
> results as before) but the patch which will allow it should make it to
> the next release
> - mailing lists ➙ For this I use gmane which allow to search for email
> coming from an email address. I used a define set of mailing list, this
> can of course be extended.
> ./fedora_active_user.py --user pingou --email=pingou at pingoured.fr --nobz
> Last login in FAS:
> FAS password for pingou:
> pingou 2011-12-05 22:07:35.996974+00:00
> Last action on koji:
> Fri Nov 11 14:35:20 2011 package list entry created:
> python-straight-plugin in dist-f11 by pkgdb [still active]
> Last action on Bodhi:
> Not yet implemented
> Last email on mailing list:
> 2011-12-03 gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.devel
> 2009-11-04 gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.artwork
> 2011-08-10 gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.epel.devel
> 2011-10-13 gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.extras.packaging
> 2011-12-01 gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.infrastructure
> Hope this helps and feel free to give suggestions,
It might be interesting to run this script across every single user
in the Fedora accounts system, and proactively identify any users
whom have not done anything in Fedora for a period longer than say
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