hackfest sessions for Fudcon blacksburg 2012
kevin at scrye.com
Tue Nov 8 20:26:25 UTC 2011
On Tue, 8 Nov 2011 14:16:07 -0500
seth vidal <skvidal at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> > There are 3 things I think would be do-able in the timeframe
> > available.
> > 1. 2fa setup - I concur - fix what's not working on move toward the
> > future of it. Hell, it'd be nice to do it before fudcon and bring
> > all the yubikeys we have spare to fudcon to distribute and verify
> > for folks who need them
Yeah. If we go to requiring yubikey for sysadmin-main or something, we
should also look at getting those folks perhaps a spare in case of doom.
I'd like to also keep a stash as backup, but otherwise, yeah.
> > 2. select hosted projects to try out migration 'TO THE CLOUD' - the
> > plan we have discussed in the past to do hosted-$infinite and just
> > setup aliases for each project (hosted-func, hosted-coprs,
> > hosted-mock, etc). If we could get volunteer projects to try this
> > out on we could start with things like gitlabhq and the alias
> > changes are fairly straightforward.
Yeah, ideally we will have the new hosted hardware up soon and can iron
out the bugs in this with real hardware, then see about cloud.
> > 3. the db-## to db-project name: db-fas, db-wiki, db-ask,
> > db-whatever so we no longer have to play games with figuring out
> > where things are stored and chasing them down. This involves making
> > simple aliases and updating the projects to talk to those aliases
> > instead. It's not hard and it's great progress to undertake
Yeah, agreed. If it's not done by then, we should sit down and do it at
> > There are more things worth talking about - but in almost all cases
> > they require that someone have the time to work on them.... which is
> > sadly limited, I've found.
> oh and I'll add one more thing here:
> go through this list
> update it and refresh it in general.
> b/c it has been handy to me as a guide for things that need doing.
Yeah, agreed. A 2012 version of this would be a great thing to work on.
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