we can not run any tests for openSUSE Tumbleweed (s390x) and other
ZSystems distributions any more, because the file system of the host
rebel is corrupted.
Rebel is used as a worker node with connections to the SUSE mainframe.
Is there any possibility to replace rebel with working hardware?
I'm receiving lots of spam messages (see example Received: headers below).
Is Spamassasin working correctly?
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my problem was that I didn't see the basic features of the agile plugin
in any project I have been assigned before.
I have received an own project for my ZSystems team this weekend and the
agile project management is enabled.
Am 16.08.21 um 09:04 schrieb Santiago Zarate:
> Hello Sara,
> The free version of the redmine agile plugin is already available for
> us to use for authenticated users (afaict)
> I'm waiting to have the full version, but it's moving slow as it has to
> do with administrative stuff.
> The gantt is already available:
> On Thu, 2021-08-12 at 14:49 +0200, Cris Dywan wrote:
>> I believe Santi was looking into this recently, but I don't know the
>> status of that.
>> On 8/12/21 1:14 PM, Sarah Julia Kriesch wrote:
>>> Hello together,
>>> we want to improve our task overview of the s390x port.
>>> Yesterday we thought about using Trello or progress.opensuse.org.
>>> I saw that there are Agile Plugins for Redmine available:
>>> Does anything in this direction exist on progress.opensuse.org?
>>> If I went through our projects, where I have got access, then I can
>>> roadmap features and Gantt diagrams.
>>> In my case, I would prefer our own systems instead of the public
>>> if we can receive a project with a Kanban board on
>>> progress.opensuse.org. :)
>>> Best regards,
we want to improve our task overview of the s390x port.
Yesterday we thought about using Trello or progress.opensuse.org.
I saw that there are Agile Plugins for Redmine available:
Does anything in this direction exist on progress.opensuse.org?
If I went through our projects, where I have got access, then I can see
roadmap features and Gantt diagrams.
In my case, I would prefer our own systems instead of the public Trello,
if we can receive a project with a Kanban board on progress.opensuse.org. :)
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Please meet Yuriy. Yuriy inquired about donating equipment to the
project. I clarified that we are looking for servers/machines for the
project and want to connect you all to discuss the specs. Could you
please let Yuriy know what we are looking for or would be able to
accept. Thank you again Yuriy!
On 8/3/21 6:31 PM, Yuriy Andamasov wrote:
> Hello Doug!
> Yes, i’m very interested to help.
> If you could bridge me with someone who can provide specs it will be
> Thank you!
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> Date: 3 August 2021 at 04:17:20
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> Subject: Re: hardware types accepted
>> Hi Yuriy,
>> Thank you for writing. We are looking for servers machines to help
>> the project. Machines that allow us to build with the Open Build
>> or run various services for the project. If you are interested, I
>> need to connect you with our openSUSE Heroes team.
>> On 8/1/21 11:43 PM, Yuriy Andamasov wrote:
>> > Hello!
>> > What kind of hardware you accept/require?
>> > Thanks!
>> > Yuriy
I know that there are plans for an openSUSE Fedocal instance.
I just wanted to let everyone know that I'm working on an openSUSE theme for Fedocal, using https://static.opensuse.org/chameleon/, so that no one else starts working on that because having two people working on the same thing would be bad. I already have it kind of working, you can see my progress on https://pagure.io/fork/karatek/fedocal. All that's left to dois scaling for phone screens.
What I need to test this completely however is a client id and a client secret for openidc.
The README of Fedocal states that I should run the following command:
$ oidc-register https://iddev.fedorainfracloud.org/http://localhost:5000
This gives me all the things I need. However, I can not do this with id.opensuse.org. Can someone please point me to the right direction on how to do this with the openSUSE infrastructure? Is there maybe some sort of test server that I can use for that or can I somehow get what I need from id.opensuse.org?
Thank you and have a nice day
the next heroes meeting will be on Tuesday (2021-08-03) at 18:00 UTC /
20:00 CEST in https://meet.opensuse.org/heroes
So far, https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/95144 lists the usual
topics. Feel free to add things you want to discuss there or directly in
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passions, but this isn't opensuse-therapy(a)opensuse.org
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