Thorsten Bro wrote:
Am 07.12.2017 um 12:16 schrieb Lars Vogdt:
The decision is not easy for me, as
infrastructure administration is
always my baby - and especially the openSUSE infrastructure was part
of my life now for many, many years. But time goes by and - as well
as people - things change. So I decided to step back in this area for
now and give others a chance.
besides all the politics and changes happening in the last weeks, with
none of this helping in actually improving the infrastructure, but
making peoples life harder, I really have to say, that this is what
happens when politics go crazy, people get sad and step out of the way
Yes, that is exactly what it sounds like.
- of course they try to fight for a valid amount of
time - but if it
is about a project mainly driven in free time - like here - I think we
all understand, why you had to decided for yourself to make a
Being a bit on the outside, I am too far removed to really know what's
going on. That's okay, I'm curious, but I don't need to know. I just
get a dire sense of things falling apart.
I'll get a list of at least 22 machines. So I
suggest to sit down
together - before the Heroes meeting in March - and discuss on which
services are running there, how they are managed at the moment and who
can be the new openSUSE Hero taking over this service.
That sounds like a sensible thing to do - I can't really take part (bit
of a long drive), but I am happy to help with whatever I can.
Of course there is even more, especially for the
Heroes managed machines, I think it would be good to have a proper
handover of these services.
It would be critical. I am sure Lars will endeavour to make himself
available when needed, but a handover is absolutely critical.
Per Jessen, Zürich (2.9°C)
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