A question to this list regarding Fedora as a Product

Nelson Marques 07721 at ipam.pt
Tue Feb 23 17:41:20 UTC 2010


 Thanks for info. I'm going to take a look into that and see if we can
have this operational in the shortest time possible after the release of
Fedora 13.

 Right now just trying to fix the RSS feed to planet, since it backfired
on my wordpress blog. Not displaying things as I want.
 Need to start as well the SWOT on our wiki and take some more
background info on several details.

 Once everything is on the way (should be within a couple of days), I'll
take a look into the platform and contact the people involved so we can
get it running and build a nice package.


On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 18:31 -0500, Mel Chua wrote:
> >   I am not sure if I can help on that platform, but if there's something
> > I can help with, let me know (not much of a code hacker) but on the
> > security and DB optimization I can probably help.
> Is packaging something you're interested in? That's probably the biggest 
> bottleneck we've got in terms of deploying tools for Marketing right now.
> >   If someone can spare a admin credential for auth on your test platform,
> > please let me know, so I can check it, meanwhile I'll run some tests on
> > my local system.
> Auth credentials to the publictest boxes are handled by the 
> Infrastructure team via FAS - you need membership in the sysadmin-test 
> group. Here's what to do.
> 1. Join the Infrastructure group - instructions at 
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/GettingStarted.
> 2. When you introduce yourself on the Infrastructure mailing list, say 
> you're looking for access to sysadmin-test because you want to 
> experiment with X, Y, and Z for Marketing. 
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/FIGs#sysadmin-test 
> describes that group.
> 3. The Infrastructure team folks also hang out on #fedora-admin if you 
> have questions or want to talk with someone in realtime (sometimes faster).
> --Mel

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