I'm sorry: I did not check, if the layout works on a dark browser. But
I think we can easily solve this in the next days. If in doubt, an
Email to admin(a)opensuse.org should always help, if you have
questions/problems with the openSUSE infrastructure.
...over to Sasi's complaint that he could not reach someone.
On Sun, 16 May 2021 23:49:00 +0200 Sasi Olin wrote:
There has been a version of the website on GitHub,
which I prepared a
while ago, but every time I reach out to find who and how I should
contact people for deploying that (and beans-o-o, doc-o-o outside of
community.i.o.o), there's radio silence on the other end.
Looks like nobody else than me is taking care. And I have to admit that
I did not really notice and ping from you. I'm sorry, if I caused
trouble with my changes - this was not intended.
I would have expected that if we do a
redesign of something we should do it right ;)
You are right - but I have currently not so much time left to spent on
openSUSE stuff, so I don't scan actively for topics or open issues
before I start to "work on my topics". Clearly my fault. The only excuse
I can put on my table is that nobody cared for years and I somehow
started to anticipate that this is still the case today.
I check the topics on the heroes mailing list on a regular base. I also
check our Salt repo ~once a week. In Bugzilla and Github, I get only
active if someone assigns me a bug/issue. On IRC, I try to be at least
available for pings (either as Lars or kl_eisbaer). I read news.o.o and
try to inform others about my work either via Email to the heroes-ML or
I scan new tickets in progress.o.o and check "My page" - but there I
only see either un-categorized tickets or tickets I'm assigned to. So I
might have missed a ticket there, if I did not get assigned to it. (One
of the reasons why I always say we have too many open issues, as I
know I loose the overview, if the queue is >50.)
So far about me... ;-)
I now tried to get some information where you announced your work -
especially around the pages you mentioned:
At least beans has a direct match for the "responsible person" at:
(internal, non-public Heroes wiki). Maybe this information got lost,
but we agreed in the past that every admin of a machine should keep the
contact information up-to date in out GIT (and the wiki page is
generated out of this information). If you are unable to get in contact
with the persons listed there, we have a problem. But I think that you
just were not aware of that page (or our GIT), so please keep this as a
friendly reminder that contact information already exists -- and should
be kept up-to date!!! ;-)
At least I use the information on this page to contact admins in case
an admin(a)o.o ticket needs attention.
If whoever did this is listening, we are already
building a static
version of the site on jekyll.i.o.o, and I can set it up so that's
rsynced onto another machine quite easily. I know the content has
changed on the page since I made it, so contributions on GitHub are
welcome. Let's do those things in public though since clearly
otherwise people's contributions are going to waste, and they can't
contribute if they do see issues either.
Thanks for this information!
...and please read the statements above with the right mindset: I
apologize for not noticing your efforts in "my area". I really
appreciate your work and commitment to enhance our design. Please just
see the currently online version as a bad try to copy your nice work -
because I did not know that you already have something better. Sad to
know that I wasted my time...
I hope the information provided above will help you (and other heroes)
in the future to either reach me or find another responsible person for
Did I say that we still need more (different) communication channels to
have even better excuses why we did NOT get an information? ;-)
with kind regards,