Policy for non-responsive maintainers
gonzalo at laptop.org
Thu Jan 10 15:43:03 EST 2013
All this makes me remember how easy is forget the work you and alsroot do
and try remember the next July 26 <http://sysadminday.com/> :)
On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 5:23 PM, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at sugarlabs.org>wrote:
> On Thu, 2013-01-10 at 16:37 -0300, Gonzalo Odiard wrote:
> > Adding permission in ASLO is easy.In GIT is not so easy, maybe only
> > Bernie and Alsroot have permission?
> >Is true we can create a cloned repo, but that have more problems. We
> >need point pootle to the new repo
> >(and we had this problem a lot in the past), and can be difficult
> >finally know where is the last code.
> The version of Gitorious that we're running did not come with a web
> interface to perform administrative tasks.
> I wrote a bunch of SQL queries to change owners for projects and
> repositories. Later on, Aleksey figured out how to manipulate the
> database from an interactive Ruby prompt. Slightly cleaner, but still
> into the sysadmin realm:
> Looking forward, Aleksey and I have planned to rebuild the VM from
> scratch and install the latest Gitorious. Migrating the data may turn
> out to be difficult and at this point I'm not even sure whether the
> latest code comes with a robust admin interface similar to ASLO.
> For the time being, please ask alsroot. If he's unavailable, I'll try to
> do it. We'd also like to invest some time traning new volunteers for the
> Infrastructure Team, but since the learning curve is a little steep I'm
> asking in exchange for a bit of commitment to help maintain the service
> and respond to emergencies:
> Bernie Innocenti
> Sugar Labs Infrastructure Team
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