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From Sergio Fernández <>
Subject Re: the doap processing is busted for people.a.o
Date Mon, 27 Apr 2015 08:51:25 GMT
Hi David,

I could help on the doap part, but I see that part of the site is built
using Perl, so I have an issue with that: on the one hand it's language I
never felt comfortable with, on the other the RDF support is very limited.

Therefore, before jumping to the see, I'd like to ask you guys a couple of
details: how much that part of the site is build on doap? and how actively
maintained is it? Before I could commit some time to branch it and refactor
it to Python for instance, where I'm more skilled and I can warranty better
RDF pipeline.

So comments from you are welcomed.


On Sat, Apr 25, 2015 at 3:20 AM, David Crossley <> wrote:

> The 3-hourly processing of the list of DOAP files for
> site
> has been spewing errors for many days.
> I do not know enough about how the site build works
> (see
> and i do not have it installed locally.
> I have done some investigation.
> This error message on 2015-04-17 at 15:30 was the first:
> These are the only likely changes that i can find
> leading up to the error:
> Author: hboutemy
> Date: Tue Apr 14 00:31:26 2015
> URL:
> Log: s/asfext:PMC/asfext:pmc/ to match the extension
> Author: gmcdonald
> Date: Tue Apr 14 10:28:09 2015
> URL:
> Log: remove zookeeper entry for now
> Modified: infrastructure/site-tools/trunk/projects/pmc_list.xml
> (Note that there is still a zookeeper entry in
> site-tools/trunk/projects/files.xml if that matters.
> The commit comment is not useful.)
> However those were a few days before this error started, so they
> do not seem likely.
> Perhaps it is coming from a remote project DOAP file,
> but the build system does not report which file it is having
> trouble with.
> These files also are utilised for with a manual
> import at present.
> That is all that i have time to do, so hopefully this helps
> someone else to go further.
> -David

Sergio Fernández
Partner Technology Manager
Redlink GmbH
m: +43 6602747925

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