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Re: [opensuse-project] iChain or iPain?
On Sunday, April 17, 2011 17:44:41 Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote:
Am 17.04.2011 15:49, schrieb Gerald Pfeifer:
On Sun, 17 Apr 2011, Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote:
I consider it harmful and crucial to block community contributors with
those issues which makes it a problem for the whole openSUSE project.

This is not about (non-Novell) community contributors versus Novell
employees, by the way. When it's broken, it's broken for everyone.

There still seems a bit of a difference (also proven on some list posts)
since Novell contributors in many cases don't need the system on
weekends (I know there are exceptions but I'm talking general), while
external contributors are more likely to have only time on weekends. But
anyway that's not really the topic.
Let's bring it down: It hurts the openSUSE project in general which is
bad enough.

Yes, it does hurt the project - and we're as frustrated as you are.

The build service team has been developing a completely new proxy server that
uses ldap directly to get rid of the broken ichain proxy. The systems is ready
but we would have loved to give it some more testing and had hoped that ichain
would be with us a few more days...

Adrian is moving the machine from the test environment to the external
environment today and once everything is usable, he'll tell us.

Andreas
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