[Server-devel] XS rebase review
martin at laptop.org
Wed Feb 8 09:41:25 EST 2012
On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 8:59 AM, Daniel Drake <dsd at laptop.org> wrote:
> Pushed an old branch - please look again now.
The only problem is the name - rename pu to master.
>>> ds-backup: pu branch ready for review
>> Looks good. We'll make a server & client release together. I have a
>> buglet to fix client-side.
> OK, hopefully this will be ready today or tomorrow? :)
Heh, I'll try. It's trivial though -- the client code is reading from /ofw
>>> idmgr: pu branch ready for review
>> Much nicer layout, thanks! In fact, if you want to move it to
>> /var/lib, or /library... you got my nod as well.
>> Request: list_registration is a command for sysadmins;
>> - rename it (xs-list-registration?), put it on the path
>> - maybe make it root-only?
> I'll do that, I assume this gets your approval once those changes are
> put in place so that I can push today?
Yep - agreed, approved.
>>> Remaining bits from the core packages:
>>> Moodle - seemed to fail on first boot, worked on second. Using
>>> moodle-xs-1.9.5.xs2-1.xs11.noarch. Need to dig further.
>> I'll look into merging w 1.9.x latest, for security and stable
>> goodies. How much time have we got?
> Need to get it done this week really - latest on Monday.
> Hoping to be able to release this on Wednesday 15th for deployment at
> test schools in Managua on Thursday 16th.
Damned tight. I have a ramp process to see through to completion, and
it's been rather busy. Will give it a shot tomorrow.
>>> ejabberd - runs, accepts connection, but shows no presence info. Need
>>> to look into this.
>> Hmmm, perhaps it's not getting the automagic Online group created?
>> Look in the ejabberd-xs.init script, run the commands from
>> setup_online_srg() by hand. The change in the ejabberd control module
>> changed the syntax of commands slightly.
> The online group is created. Any further debugging hints appreciated,
> I'm not exactly sure where to start.
[ we're debugging this on irc right now ]
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