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From janI <j...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [WWW]Forum landing page
Date Sat, 27 Jul 2013 13:33:50 GMT
On 27 July 2013 14:36, Marcus (OOo) <marcus.mail@wtnet.de> wrote:

> Am 07/27/2013 01:21 PM, schrieb janI:
>
>  On 27 July 2013 12:52, Andrea Pescetti<pescetti@apache.org>  wrote:
>>
>>  On 22/07/2013 janI wrote:
>>>
>>>  you should also have karma to reboot and/or restart the forum, which is
>>>> all
>>>> you need for a quick problem solving. when the vm_team was started we
>>>> got
>>>> a
>>>> mail with allowed commands from gncdonald (I might have copied the
>>>> commands). I dont have access to my old mails.
>>>>
>>>>
>>> A few days ago I checked this with Infra (based on the old mails) and
>>> indeed I cannot restart the machine or the servers. Infra took care of it
>>> and, as far as I know, we should thank Infra for the current forums
>>> stability. Remember that anyone can go on IRC at #asfinfra and notify
>>> Infra
>>> if there are problems; they are often very helpful even though the Forum
>>> is
>>> not one of their officially supported services.
>>>
>>>
>> Super, I hope they corrected it for the other vm_team members as well.
>>
>> Infra has indeed been very helpfull in keeping our forum server alive, in
>> mid term however it is our own duty to maintain the vm and as good as
>> possible to prevent these drop outs.
>>
>> I have been thinking about making a wiki page, which list all our services
>> (both infra provided and our own) and for each service have columns
>> describing:
>>
>> - Who is technically maintaining the appl (typically a main person and
>> backup)
>> - Who is maintaining UI etc. (typically many people)
>> - Who is maintaining the vm (typically a main person and infra as backup)
>> - Who can restart the appl in case of a drop out (typically vm_team and
>> infra)
>>
>> and of course who to contact in case of problems.
>>
>> Would that be helpfull ?
>>
>
> ahm, not really if the Wiki is down and you want to see who is needed to
> restore. ;-)
>

you got the golden 2ct, for the best reply of the day....how could I
overlook something that obvious.

>
> I would prefer a webpage in our "openoffice.apache.org" project space.
> The websites are the most stable ones I can remember.
>

+1

>
> To keep it more in private - as names, IDs, mail address are mentioned -
> do not link it anywhere.


you mean do not link to it from anywhere and just announce the url here on
the dev list ?


>
>  I do however think, I need to permission of the involved people to make
>> such a list ?
>>
>
> Depends on how many private data - needed to reach the respective people
> directly and fast - we need to collect.
>

I would say apache id and IRC id. Mobile would be too much (at least for
me).

rgds
jan I.

>
> My 2 ct.
>
> Marcus
>
>
>
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