Simon Lees wrote:
On 07/13/2016 10:47 PM, Henne Vogelsang wrote:
On 13.07.2016 13:15, Martin Pluskal wrote:
On Wed, 2016-07-13 at 12:29 +0200, Henne
On 11.07.2016 17:00, Richard Brown wrote:
> The Board remains concerned about ongoing Infrastructure issues.
Without any investment into grooming a community of people who will
take care of the application level, moving 'provider' solves nothing
I am not sure that I understand your message correctly, but what do you
suggest that we do about issues which you mentioned?
First and foremost this means openSUSE needs to kick-start communities
around these aspects as this obviously wont happen by itself.
Experienced people from all parts of our community need to lead and
invest time into organizing collaboration, facilitate communication and
decision making processes around these topics. Then they personally need
to keep those new groups afloat long enough until other people join.
Then they need to share responsibility with the new people.
Classic community management/building. Something which we are good at
around packaging and other aspects of our project.
Many of those other areas were covered under the boards call for
"openSUSE Release Team" volunteers and the indication was there was at
least some volunteers in some areas so I guess were waiting for that to
be sorted as a starting point. I for one would be happy to touch up some
areas of various websites that need work but i'm probably not the best
to do all the management of the hosting but others have volunteered to
help with that in various places in the past so really we just need to
start coordinating these people and trying to provide them with a way to
I think in the past I have volunteered to help out with DNS and mirroring.
(not specifically, just because I ran into issues related to those two
areas). I am happy to help out with admin, setup, troubleshooting - my
specialties are network, dns, xen, apache, lvm, iscsi.
As for sponsoring/hosting, my company would be happy to help with that too.
Per Jessen, Zürich (13.9°C)
- virtual servers, made in Switzerland.
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