Am Montag, 28. November 2016, 22:19:47 CET schrieb Lars Vogdt:
Am Mon, 28 Nov 2016 21:26:50 +0100 (CET)
schrieb Daniel Maslowski <info(a)orangecms.org>rg>:
The meeting is going to be this week, so I would
like to quickly
check some facts. :)
"Weihnachten kommt immer so plötzlich!" ;-)
(for those who don't understand german: this means "christmas always
springs up suddenly", but it looses a bit in the translation)
> > On October 20, 2016 at 3:43 PM Lars Vogdt
> > wrote: Just want to give you an update about the organization of
> > our openSUSE Heroes meeting, scheduled for:
> > Friday, 2016-12-02
> > until
> > Sunday, 2016-12-04
> When would you like to start? I'll be in Nuremberg on Friday at 7am
> and my train back departs on Sunday at 9pm.
As Lars said - http://bit.ly/2fuUh5K
My current plan is to arrive around 10am, but if I'd be the last one,
I can start earlier (but I won't arrive at 7am ;-)
Driving back at 9pm (or even later) sounds good.
BTW: Are there some free or cheap parking lots near the SUSE office, or
should I park at a P&R (any recommendations?) and take the underground?
> > Things we might put on the table:
> > * SaltStack training
> > * SUSE Cloud training
> > * Packaging workshop
> > * Ticket wrangling
> > * Securing our infrastructure
> > * Documenting our infrastructure
Unless Lars wants to do write all the documentation, it would be helpful
to get to know something about the infrastructure first ;-)
This should also include a list of all *.opensuse.org subdomains and
services. (Please don't simply post a list. This could become a funny
"can we name them all?" game ;-) - start writing your cheat sheets
> > * Discuss and decide about policies
has some basics
we might use as a start.
> > * ...? (write your idea here)
Let me add some ideas (not only mine) from some old mails:
* clarify contact persons and responsibilities
* distribute tasks
* guided tour to the SUSE datacenter in Nurenberg ;-)
> A big +1 for packaging, that's what I'm
mostly excited about!
If you want to start with some simple, boring and on-topic examples, you
might want to look at
(Getting the Maps extension packaged was funny[tm] - composer isn't too
BTW: The MediaWiki search switched from Lucene to Elasticsearch.
Does one of you have experience with it? If so, I'd welcome an
Elasticsearch crash course ;-)
I found Elasticsearch packages in the OBS in security:logging, so at
least getting it installed should be easy.
> Documentation should be the main goal imho. If we
> documentation, anyone will be able to do anything, basically. :)
Let me warn you that I'll remind you to your words one day ;-)
We can start even on Friday morning already, depending
on the arrival
time of the others. I would set a start time for the meeting once we
get some more feedback, if you agree...
Ich weiß nicht, wieso ihr euch so echauffiert. Die Warnung ist doch
wirklich deutlich zu lesen auf der Packung. Da steht in großen,
deutlichen Lettern: "Microsoft". NATÜRLICH funktioniert das nicht.
Mehr als warnen können sie euch nicht.
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