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From Shane Curcuru <>
Subject Re: People finder
Date Sat, 05 Mar 2016 17:06:24 GMT
Daniel Ruggeri wrote on 3/5/16 11:07 AM:
> Hi, all;
>    It's been in my backlog to update and/or add my info for the Nearby
> Apache People app[1]. I noticed a few things to point out (and I won't
> complain without offering to help, so if anyone could point me in the
> direction of fixing these, I will be happy to oblige).
> * The local mentors page [2] references the FOAF page [3] at
>, but that doesn't seem to have survived the recent
> migration. Is it gone or should the link be updated?

Good point - people.a.o is no more; home.a.o (which is different in
services/features, mostly just ~/public_html serving) replaces it: "[NOTICE] web space is moving to"
Message-ID: <>

A lot of stuff is happening around projects.a.o and whimsy.a.o (and the
new phonebook app) to provide access to more structured data versions of
a number of internal bits of ASF data, like PMC listings, membership,
committer lists, and the like in JSON:

Note that one issue is maintenance: infra is only formally responsible
for SLAs and maintenance of core services.  The Community Development
PMC is responsible for a number of these services, so we haven't had
volunteers to move everything (or, to update all the docs) to the new
stuff on projects.a.o and whimsy.a.o yet.

- Shane

> * It looks like I did add myself last year (r58358), but I don't appear
> on the finder app. Any pointers on where to get started debugging?
> * Following links on the finder app when clicking on 'info' for a person
> in the result leads to a broken page[4] on Should
> these lead to the phonebook app like so [5]?
> * I went to do this all afresh on a new machine and was confused by the
> auth message (Authentication realm: <> ASF
> Members) on the commiters repo[4]. I think it should just be
> s/Members/Committers/ since it accepted my authn creds and I am not a
> member. Do I report this to infra or can we correct it?
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
> [4]
> [5]
> [6]

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