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After I did a few simple changes to enable/disable debugging yesterday,
images apparently broke on the wiki.
10:51 < dneary> quaid, Hi there
10:51 < dneary> I saw that you had a couple of commits yesterday, and I
can't see any other changes in the ovirt web site
10:52 < dneary> But I also saw that the commit you made were completely
10:52 < dneary> However, the ovirt website has no images now (except for
the ovirt logo, which is special-cased)
10:52 < dneary> It looks like wgUploadDirectory is not set to data/images=
10:53 < dneary> quaid, Do you have any insights there? I'm about to sign
off to put the kids to bed
I've looked and can't yet find where/how this happened. I did a pull,
change, commit, and push. In all cases, my local repo reported being
synced with the master.
I've has this sort of thing happen to me in the past on other projects
where a git pull wasn't enough and I needed to do git rebase instead.
However, I'm simply not seeing anything changing in the git repo that
would explain this, such as a dropping of the $wgUploadDirectory setting.=
I just did "git revert 65101d3bd1abe1f4c73e1749e959c8c990308142" and
pushed it ... and images are still broken.
It looks as if my commit was coincidental. I'll look in to setting the
upload directory, etc.
Karsten 'quaid' Wade
http://TheOpenSourceWay.org .^\ http://community.redhat.com
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I'm not saying we're the same as OpenStack, but we do have almost as
much infrastructure as they do. Perhaps there is a lesson to be learned
from how they went about bringing some order to their infrastructure
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [OpenStack Foundation] Infra Bootcamp was a great success
Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2013 13:36:00 -0400
From: Monty Taylor <mordred(a)inaugust.com>
To: foundation(a)lists.openstack.org <foundation(a)lists.openstack.org>
I just wanted to write a quick note (I believe others are working on
more detailed blog posts and whatnot) about this past week's OpenStack
For those not following along at home, several weeks ago I put out a
call to the foundation board saying that we needed more people to pony
up human resources to help with the running of the OpenStack Developer
Infrastructure. The response back was extremely supportive and positive,
but the it quickly became apparent to us that we'd never be able to get
a flood of new folks up to speed if they all just started showing up in
IRC (we learned over the bootcamp that the architecture diagram for the
infra systems is about as complex as OpenStack itself) So we decided to
hold a 2 day bootcamp to bring all the new folks into a room and
braindump to them.
We wound up with 20 people in a Soho Loft in NYC. We had all of the
current core members, people who are active and full time on Infra but
not yet core like pleia2 and zaro, people who are active across
OpenStack including infra like sdague, dhellman and mtrenish, and then a
bunch of people with essentially no interaction with what we do to date.
If memory serves we had new folks from Dell, Cisco, Citrix, Mirantis,
vmware and HP, as well as existing folks from IBM, HP, Dreamhost and the
One of the more interesting things that we did was develop a total
architecture diagram on some giant sticky notes with pens. Notes have
been taken of it and we're going to make a digital version soon - as I
think it was quite enlightening for many people.
I wanted to thank the companies involved for sending people to an
intensive bootcamp - I'm quite optimistic about the outcome we will have
gotten for that.
I'd also like to thank HP and the OpenStack Foundation for funding the
event - it turns out Soho Lofts and New York restaurants where 20 people
can eat at the same time don't grow on trees.
Finally - I'd like to tip my hat to Lauren and Claire for all of their
work on the OpenStack Summit. Arranging a 2-day 20 person event was a
lot of work, and I forced everyone to come to a place that was walking
distance from my apartment - I cannot begin to imagine all of the work
they must have to do to ensure that 5000 of us can plan OpenStack every
six months in various places around the world.
Foundation mailing list
#60: Sending email not working on ovirt.org
Reporter: dneary | Owner: infra@…
Type: bug | Status: new
Priority: critical | Milestone: oVirt 3.2
Component: wiki (MediaWiki) | Version: Test
Severity: Trivial | Keywords:
Blocked By: | Blocking:
There's a problem woth pear-Mail on the ovirt website - due to a recent
update in OpenShift Online.
The "Mail" dependency listed in depslist.txt is not getting installed, and
if you remove hot_deploy, the application does not restart (the build of
the cartridge fails).
The problem's been reported upstream and listed as closed:
I have also reported this in the forum:
Ticket URL: <https://fedorahosted.org/ovirt/ticket/60>
oVirt - virtualization made easy.
Hervé Leclerc (CCed) will be taking over from Kévin Mazière as the
primary AlterWay contact if we have any issues with the servers they
have donated to the project and are hosting for us.
Dave Neary - Community Action and Impact
Open Source and Standards, Red Hat - http://community.redhat.com
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