I'd like to put a new policy in place which goes something like this:
If you upload your private keys (encrypted or not) we will remove them,
then we will remove your public keys from FAS and force you to login and
give a new one in FAS.
We do the last step on the basis that your private key, being on a
networked, multi-user machine is now exposed to the world and
potentially compromised. So we can no longer trust it.
The aeolus project development team is consistently seeing long delays (hours) when sending email to aeolus-devel(a)lists.fedorahosted.org. We are also seeing the archives lag by a couple days. Do any of you know of relay or archiving issues? If not, is there anyone that can look into the issue? Let me know if you need more information.
Hello, I am Ramon Almeida of Brazil / Bahia and want to help with
system administration on servers fedora.
Follows standard answers to the questionnaire.
Channels -> #fedora-br , #fedora-ambassadors, #fedora-admin
Ircname -> Mufiu or Mufius
* Want learn more about services and programming languages.
* Want to help in service and script's that i know
Think this is it.
The infrastructure team will be having it's weekly meeting tomorrow
2011-09-29 at 1900 UTC in #fedora-meeting on the freenode network.
Suggested topics (suggested by whom):
* New folks introductions and Apprentice tasks.
* Password/Ssh-key/Cert reset flag day discussion.
* Upcoming Tasks/Items (nirik)
2011-09-13 - 2011-10-04: Beta change freeze
2011-10-01 mail fi-apprentice folks.
2011-10-04: Fedora 16 Beta
2011-10-09 Remove inactive fi-apprentice people.
2011-10-25 - 2011-11-08: Final change freeze
2011-11-01 mail fi-apprentice folks.
2011-11-08: Fedora 16 release.
* Meeting tagged tickets:
* Request for Resources progress report
Submit your agenda items, as tickets in the trac instance and send a
note replying to this thread.
More info here:
Hello to all!
My name is *Abdel Martínez* and I'm from *Panama*. I'm really interested in
*participate* in *Infraestructure* *Team*. I love to *program* in *Java*and
I will *share* all my knowledge with you and learn (a lot) with this
experience. I hope to be accepted.
In advance, *thank you* a lot.
*Abdel G. Martínez L.
**Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 5 and 6*
***Fedora Ambassador & Campus Ambassador*
*Fedora Developer & Packager*
I finally sat down and poked around with the current version of zarafa
we have setup (7.0.0).
* It seems more responsive and nicer than the 6.x versions were.
* There doesn't seem to be a way to disable features and just show the
calendar that I can figure out. The email part is always there. ;(
However, unless we have it set to send incoming emails there, it
works fine for just sending calendar invites and the like.
* The ical / caldav feeds seem to be there and working. Took a bit to
find them, but they do work.
* We can't enable z-push as it's non free, so thats no push for a bunch
of mobile devices.
* Calendars are per user. There is a group calendar feature, but it
seems to not be available in the free version.
So, I am thinking that if we don't want to offer mail hosting, zarafa
isn't going to be something we want to support/deploy.
The only one still getting email into it is Mike.
I don't know if other folks are using the calendar or not, but we
should check that.
Any further thoughts or conclusions? Or should we set a sunset date?
My name is Kishore Kumar. My IRC handle is KKA. I am currently working as a System administrator at a Social networking company. I have a 3+ years of experience and I hold 'Red Hat Enterprise Security: Network Services' as well as 'Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization' certifications. I am interested in helping out fedora infrastructure team. I have started learning Python but I have good knowledge in Shell and Perl scripting. I want to improve my skill set which I think I can gain them here. I am at GMT+5.30.