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irc log FDSCo 07-Nov-2006



< quaid> <meeting>
17:09 < quaid> any of the above we want to move down into here? :D
17:09 < stickster_work> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Websites/PloneToDo
17:10 < stickster_work> Most of the work spent on after-the-upgrade work
in FC
                        -- in my experience, slight as that is -- has
been
                        user-level stuff for my wife's comfort
17:10 < stickster_work> i.e. standard non-free-ish stuff
17:11 < stickster_work> I would think for a bare server (i.e. no X,
etc.) this
                        would not present a big hassle to experienced
admins
17:11 < stickster_work> No slight intended, just wondering what the
consequences
                        would be of moving to FC
17:11 < stickster_work> I can't really agitate for this though, since it
                        involves other people committing time (where
other
                        people != me)
17:12 < stickster_work> Sorry to monologue at the beginning of the
meeting
17:12 < quaid> well, it's something to mention/ask from mmcgrath
17:13 < quaid> we can't really let ourselves getted jammed by that.
17:13 < quaid> I mean, what if we want ... a gobby server?
17:13 < stickster_work> Well, if we ever want a scalable publishing
system, it
                        pretty much depends on Plone
17:13 < quaid> do we wait until CentOS 5?
17:14 < quaid> we have to wait for the Red Hat Application Stack to be
cloned as
               well before we get PHP and Perl 5?
17:14 < stickster_work> Of course, the further Plone dependency is
someone
                        actually doing work on the bits we don't know
how to
17:14 < quaid> oh, right, no PHP :D
17:14 < stickster_work> You'll see that often couched behind passive
voice and
                        "We need to..." language
17:15 < stickster_work> The hard stuff is... well, hard
17:15 < stickster_work> I wonder whether there's a job need @RH for that
part
                        since it probably involves more work than we're
likely
                        to get out of already thinly-stretched
volunteers
17:16 < stickster_work> exp. req'd in Zope + Plone, Python, CVS, general
FOSS
                        methodologies
17:19 < quaid> most likely
17:19 < quaid> let's really bug mspevack and gregdek about that one
17:20 < quaid> like, maybe there are ways we can help them compile the
need.
17:26 < quaid> so ... what I'm going to do here tonight is ...
17:26 < quaid> I'm going to visit the agenda and write in whatever
status I can
               do myself
17:26 < quaid> and then I'm going to write any emails and do whatever
stuff
17:27 < quaid> then I'll close the meeting and send stuff out
17:27 < quaid> so no decisions, just some status check time
19:00  * quaid got lost in dinner and family stuff
19:01 < quaid> <notes>
19:02 < quaid> * Election discussion postponed until next week at
earliest
19:02 < quaid> which, uh, weren't about the US elections but the FDSCo
elections
               :)
19:02 < quaid> * Trans/Docs work update - NONE
19:03 < quaid> * Moin Moin update status - engaged with Moin devel team
about
               upgrading and getting SoC code in trunk
19:03 < quaid> waiting on mvirkkil's response (iirc) and we have stuff
to do
               from Thomas Waldmann
19:23 < StylusEater> allo
19:28 < quaid> ola
  * quaid continues with his notes
20:46 < quaid> </notes></meeting>

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