due to the list migration I recognized that I was no longer subscribed to the
support mailing list. So I subscribed (again), but none of the documented
ways of getting a "nomail" subscription without an account works with the new
list software. the feature itself must still be there b ecause the other
lists did not suddenly start to send email (thankfully) after the migration.
Can this please be corrected?
+<[Q+ Matrix-12 WAVE#46+305 Neuron microQkb Andromeda XTk Blofeld]>+
Waldorf MIDI Implementation & additional documentation:
40k limit? Really???? How can anyone make a screenshot so small? Most I make start
out as .pngs of six digit sizes. The one mine started from was a rather small 140k.
Good thing I BCC'd a bunch of thread posters.
Evolution as taught in public schools, like religion,
is based on faith, not on science.
Team OS/2 ** Reg. Linux User #211409 ** a11y rocks!
Felix Miata *** http://fm.no-ip.com/
The attachment should have generated a response over two hours ago, right? I don't
see anything. Is something about subscription management known broken?
A recent/subsequent attempt to do same generated a waiting on moderator message.
Then I switched the "To" from ...(a)opensuse.org to ...(a)lists.opensuse.org and tried
again. That was over half an hour ago, and still no response.
Could you please make these two emails addresses, tweet-os(a)opensuse.org
and shop(a)opensuse.org, to help with continuity for the project and list
me, henne and vinz(a)vinzv.de to receive these emails. They are associated
with some social media accounts and our shop. The migration must have
deleted these accounts as the tests don't work.
Thanks for stepping up for election, I will be writing to you officially
on the project page very soon.
Unfortunately as election officials we don't (rightly so) have anything
to do with opensuse.org email cloaks etc. Looks like something somewhere
along the line has gone wrong. You are obviously still on the project as
you successfully posted on the lists, and I can also find your profile
I am copying this to and also to mstopka(a)opensuse.org to see what
happens, as well as heroes(a)opensuse.org they are the guys who will be
able to help sort this out. Heroes, please work with Mark to get this
On 16/11/2020 00:54, Mark Stopka wrote:
> Hi Ariez, I've sent my application from at that time non-subscribed
> e-mail address and it is pending approval, do you think you could do
> something about it?
> Thanks in advance, somehow, when I joined the project @opensuse.org
> <http://opensuse.org> addresses were not a thing :-)
> Best regards / S pozdravem,
> BSc. Mark Stopka, BBA
> mobile: +420 704 373 561
> On Sun, Nov 15, 2020 at 11:54 AM Ariez Vachha - openSUSE
> <AJV(a)opensuse.org <mailto:AJV@opensuse.org>> wrote:
> Dear openSUSE members,
> openSUSE Board Election 2020 
> It's time to elect new Board members to fill empty seats on the
> openSUSE Board. This is a regular election as defined in our
> Election Rules  so the elected board members will serve till the
> end of 2022.
> There are three seats for election in accordance with our normal
> election cycle. Stasiek is opting not to continue for the next full
> year due to a change in his personal circumstances.
> The election schedule is as follows:
> ## Phase 0
> 15 November 2020
> - Announcement of the openSUSE Board Election 2020
> - Call for Nominations and Applications for Board candidacy
> Membership drive
> 29 November 2020
> - Nominations and Applications for Board candidacy close
> ## Phase 1
> 30 November 2020
> - Announcement of the final list of candidates
> - Campaign begins
> - Membership drive continues, opportunity to apply for openSUSE
> Membership, but members will only be eligible to vote and not run
> as a candidate
> ## Phase 2
> 15 December 2020
> - Ballots open: Please cast your vote during this time
> - Campaign continues
> 30 December 2020
> - Ballots close
> 31 December 2020
> - Announcement of results
> To stand for a position in the openSUSE Board please send an email to:
> * opensuse-project(a)opensuse.org
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> and
> * election-officials(a)opensuse.org
> If a member would like to nominate another member, please inform the
> Election Committee and the officials will contact the nominee to ask
> whether they would like to run as a Board candidate.
> Only openSUSE members are eligible to run for openSUSE Board openings in
> accordance with the Eligibility and Validity section of our Election
> Rules .
> The Election Committee  are hereby calling for Nominations &
> Applications for the openSUSE Board.
>  https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Board_election
>  https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Board_election_rules
>  Members: Ish Sookun, Edwin Zakaria and Ariez Vachha.
> The Election Committee election-officials(a)opensuse.org
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As part of improvements to download.opensuse.org experience, currently new pilot service is available for using with zypper.
Its primary task is to redirect zypper requests to a mirror in client's country, similar to what MirrorBrain project does.
You can try to replace in /etc/zypp/repos.d/*.repo
Since it is still a pilot, the service comes without any guarantee or obligations.
Reasons when you may want to try it:
- you want to stick to https connection (mirrorcache will try to find a mirror in your country, which supports https, if available).
- you are on ipv4-only or ipv6-only connection (mirrorcache will try to find a mirror which supports ipv4 or ipv6, depending on the request's connection);
- in case when download.opensuse.org (d.o.o) is temporary unavailable;
- redirection from d.o.o leads to a mirror, which actually doesn't have the requested file (it is rare, but can happen);
- you want to try hosting own mirrorcache instance at your physical location and enjoy fast and reliable redirection. (with very modest disk space / HW requirements).
- you want to help with improving d.o.o experience and provide feedback;
- you are interested in mirror management, for which admin's UI is available, and non-admin UI is planned (so a user can add and manage own mirror without global admin rights);
(login using UI menu and ask me for admin rights if you want to use it or see more advanced controls, like job details).
- you need some related functionality: it is possible that it can be easily achievable with mirrorcache.
Further read about differences from MirrorBrain:
How caching works:
- caching happens on folder level, so e.g., when zypper tries to access file, unknown for mirrorcache - it will be redirected to d.o.o, then a background job will collect info about mirrors. Thereafter further requests to the same folder will be properly redirected to a mirror in the client's country, honoring http/https scheme and ipv4/ipv6 connection used:
- requests to remodata/repomd.xml is not cached, so zypper always gets the latest version of packages.
If you are interested in current source code
(most of architecture is stolen from OpenQA):
In case of questions or any feedback do not hesitate to contact me.
Andrii Nikitin <andrii.nikitin(a)suse.com>
DevOPS Automation and Build Service Engineer
SUSE Software Solutions Germany GmbH
(HRB 247165, AG München)
Managing Director: Felix Imendörffer
On 11/12/20 4:55 PM, Witek Bedyk wrote:
> Hi Doug,
> could you please take a look at this PR?
> After updating the packages the script should aggregate the data for
> Leap 15.2 as well.
Witek provided a commit for Leap 15.2 to be shown on
https://metrics.opensuse.org/. I merged and felt that it would trigger
the data to be processed, which could take some time like it says at the
From what I read, it looks like the merge should work.
The documentation did state that the archival log data is located on a
different network from the active data and the tool must be run from a
machine with access to both or in two steps.
I'm not sure what this means or if the machine needs to be triggered to
see the results. The other products link 15.0 and 15.2 are still being
parsed. I don't think it is a hardware issue as it's just processing the
data, which could take some time for the new data. So far metrics.o.o
has not updated the statistics to reflect Leap 15.2.