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Re: Unresponsive maintainer for system-config-cluster



Hi,

On Wed, 2009-10-21 at 14:40 +0200, Milos Jakubicek wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> On 10/21/2009 11:11 AM, Steven Whitehouse wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > Jim Parsons left Red Hat a little while back and the only contact
> > details I have is his Red Hat email address, which is of course no
> > longer valid. I've opened a bugzilla #530027 as per the unresponsive
> > maintainer procedure, but I was hoping to be able to skip the section
> > regarding sending of messages since there seems little point sending to
> > an email address which I know (and which other Red Hat employees can
> > easily verify) will not be answered.
> 
> +1 from here...I already e-mailed Jim Parson a long long time (for sure 
> more than a year) ago because of some trivial outstanding bugs in that 
> package (missing requires, incorrect pam configuration, ...), some of 
> them I fixed then, some are still left. I tried several times and didn't 
> get any response.
> 
I've actually found a few more since I wrote that list in the bz too.

> >
> > I would like to either fix (or preferably just remove) this package as
> > it creates configs for GFS2 which are incorrect and is thus causing
> > confusion to all who attempt to use it.
> 
> Hm...I would appreciate keeping the package (...and could fix the very 
> trivial of the remaining bugreports), how complicated would it be to fix 
> the GFS2 configs? On the other hand, I've heard from somebody of the RH 
> cluster team that the package is deprecated at all, how's that?
> 
> Regards,
> Milos
> 
Well if someone wants to maintain it, then I suppose there is no issue.
My understanding is that Conga is the preferred method for graphical
configuration of clusters. Personally I use vi for cluster
configuration :-)

My main concern is the number of people who have tried to use this and
landed up with incorrect/broken configurations or for whom the tool
simply doesn't work.

So once I've managed to get access to the package, if you or anybody
else is keen to take it on then I'm happy to grant all the required
privs or pass maintainership on to others as required,

Steve.



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