the next heroes meeting will be on Tuesday (2022-04-05) at 18:00 UTC /
20:00 CEST in https://meet.opensuse.org/heroes
Note: Europe switched to CEST, which means the UTC time changed.
See https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/107752 for the planned topics
(I just added a non-default topic), and feel free to add whatever you
want to discuss.
Wieso Open Source grundsätzlich von betrunkenen Meerscheinchen
geschrieben wird hat sich mir noch nicht erschlossen. Oder wo
die Viecher Commit-Rechte her haben.
[Kristian Köhntopp in https://plus.google.com/+KristianKöhntopp/posts/
does anyone know what the ipv6 range 2620:113:8044::/48 is being used
It is listed in our spf record, but do we have machines in the range
that send emails from opensuse.org ? (to the world).
Per Jessen, Zürich (18.7°C)
Member, openSUSE Heroes
Actually, a FWD. It was sent to users@ list.
Since my crappy ISP started blocking mail from opensuse to my
suddenlinkmail.com account I have had to switch my account to gmail. The problem
is I never see the mails I send, not my original post or my replies to the list.
Anybody else using gmail know how to fix this? I also can't use the hyperkitty
mail interface because my account still has the suddenlinkmail.com address as my
e-mail and when I attempt login, it "sends a verification e-mail..." to my
suddenlink address which of course bounces and I never get it.
David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.
d r a n k i n a t t y
g m a i l
I got a potential mirror sponsor from Réunion island.
Before setting up the server though, we would like to know if there is
some data regarding traffic from the island? Is that possible?
here are the meeting minutes from today's meeting:
2022-05-05 heroes meeting
* first meeting on Thu: 4 participants and little complaints on ML
* SPF entry for opensuse.org changed from ~all to +all to hopefully
prevent mails from Members (with From: $name(a)o.o) from being rejected
by gmail (poo#109025)
* en.o.o has new MediaWiki version; other wikis break and need more
investigation; galera was slow with migration scripts because of huge
* mailman3 python is very slow - could use a profiler to locate the
* cboltz will give talk "still not superheroes" as follow-up on previous
"heroes, not superheroes" at oSC
* several status updates from Per on the ML, see
Note: the next meeting date would be on the first day of oSC. We'll see
if enough of us meet there, or if we'll have a video meeting a week
One DE.. Gnome or nothing? Scary thought.
[Mike Galbraith in opensuse-factory]
the next heroes meeting will be on Thursday (2022-05-05) at 18:00 UTC /
As discussed, this meeting will be on Thursday - I know that this day
isn't perfect, it seems to be better than Tuesday. (We can discuss in
the meeting if we want to stay with Thursday.)
See https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/110500 for the (so far "usual")
topics, and feel free to add whatever you want to discuss.
Somebody had told him that I had tried tis before, so he asked me what I
would do. I said "I'd jump right out of the window to be put out of that
[Stefan Hundhammer in yast-devel]
On 04/05/2022 16.58, Ish Sookun wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I noticed that when syncing the opensuse-full-with-factory rsync modules
> from stage.opensuse.org, the "update" directory contains the following
> update/tumbleweed ->
> update/tumbleweed-non-oss -> tumbleweed
> The path
> does not exist on the system and therefore update/tumbleweed becomes
> unavailable in the mirror.
I guess, you would need to rsync
into the right place (or tweak the symlink)
However most of the time, that repo is empty, because 99+% of Tumbleweed
updates go through the main repo.
So we do not need many mirrors of it because download.o.o can handle the
little traffic itself.
Do you think, it is worth the effort to shift it on stage.o.o to be
available in the factory module with relative symlinks that just work?
I am re-sending this request here. I cc'ed the Heroes ML on the e-mail
below but it got rejected since I was not subscribed on this address.
Would be great is someone could help me understand this part about
setting up the Tumbleweed mirror?
-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: How to setup tumbleweed mirror?
Date: Wed, 4 May 2022 18:58:45 +0400
From: Ish Sookun <ish(a)sysadmin-journal.com>
I noticed that when syncing the opensuse-full-with-factory rsync modules
from stage.opensuse.org, the "update" directory contains the following
update/tumbleweed-non-oss -> tumbleweed
does not exist on the system and therefore update/tumbleweed becomes
unavailable in the mirror.
I checked a few mirrors and the path returns 404 although the tumbleweed
directory appears under "update". See:
However, the update/tumbleweed path is fine on some mirrors, especially
those managed by openSUSE Heroes.
Can you some please advise how to do the sync correctly, so as to have a
Tumbleweed mirror including update/tumbleweed?