[IAEP] Services provided by Sugarlabs - Inventory - Maintainers

Samuel Cantero scanterog at gmail.com
Sat Feb 18 22:01:43 EST 2017

On Feb 18, 2017 22:52, "Ignacio Rodríguez" <ignacio at sugarlabs.org> wrote:

> kuckuck
I'm almost the only user, I use it for "random" subjects, like testing
scripts or services, or hosting bots as gcibot. AFAIK it only uses 1gb
of ram and 20gb of space, so if it doesn't bother anyone I would like
to keep it running. Thanks

I have no problem and I guess no one will have problem with it. But at
least I didn't know the machine purpose and who was in charge. So good to
know about it.

On 2/18/17, Chris Leonard <cjlhomeaddress at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Samuel,
> I wanted to make a few comments on just a few parts of this list.
>> Justice:
>> 1. OS: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS,
>> 2. Maintainers: Bernie Innocenti, Sebastian Silva and Samuel Cantero.
>> 3. Services (VMs running inside this node):
> Thanks to you, Sebastian and Bernie for maintaining this core server
> (justice), it is indispensable to our mission, and I don't think you
> guys can ever be thanked enough for the work you do to keep this
> running and providing the many services it hosts.
>> amnesia:
>> OS: Fedora 18. This OS has reached End of Life.
>> Maintainer: X.
>> Services provided:
>> Apparently it's used by Paraguay Educa. It's running an HTTP server,
>> MySQL, etc.
>> Are we still using this?
> Let me (and maybe Walter) reach out to ParaguayEduca about amnesia.
> Walter presented in Paraguay not too long ago and he and I are also
> working on some great stuff in terms of Guaraní (Paraguay)
> localization that will be the subject of some upcoming posts to this
> list and hopefully discussion by the SLOB.
>> aslo:
>> OS: Ubuntu 14.04.5. EOL: April 2019.
>> Maintainer: Samuel Cantero.
>> Codebase maintainer: X. it would be nice to have someone behind it.
>> Aleksey have been helping so far.
>> Services provided:
>> activities.sugarlabs.org
> Obviously a critical piece of infrastructure for getting our code out
> there.  I only wish more of the activities posted there were set up
> for i18n so that we could localize them on Pootle.
> I've got a partial (and certainly outdated) inventory of the
> activities on ASLO (see attached file).  I'd love to work with someone
> on updating and completing it, particularly with an eye toward trying
> to identify additional high-priority targets of i18n/L10n or migration
> to our main  github repository.
>> pootle:
>> OS: Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS.
>> Maintainer: Chris Leonard.
>> Services provided:
>> translate.sugarlabs.org
> That OS is getting long-in-the-tooth.  We are going to want to upgrade
> to Version 2.8 of Pootle in the near future, it could be released any
> day now.  It will bring back some nice features like repository
> integration (via the Pootle FS) that will make the back and forth of
> POT files and PO files in the repos much easier.
> http://docs.translatehouse.org/projects/pootle/en/latest/
> We will obviously want to do that in a new VM (with  a current OS)
> when we do it, but eventually the new instance will completely replace
> the old instance (after a proper migration).  I'd be thrilled to begin
> working on a migration project with one of the sysadmins, but I know
> it won't be Bernie, because he won't touch Django (ask him what he
> really thinks about Django sometime).
>> Jita:
>> OS: Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS
>> Maintainer: X.
>> Services provided:
>> git.sugarlabs.org (gitorious). Someone should move all repos inside
>> git.sl.o to GitHub.
> As I think was demonstrated today, there is still some great code that
> hasn't made it to github yet.  I'd like to approach a Gitorious
> de-commission methodically so we don't lose anything worthwhile, I
> only called out those repos that already were hosted on Pootle.  I'm
> sure there is more good stuff left behind and we might want to start
> by de-duplicating old Gitorius from current Github repos.  Who would
> like to form the Gitorious De-commisioning Committee with me to
> inventory old git and start trimming away things that have a new home?
>  I can guarantee that there will be things that need community input
> from this list (e.g. which slider puzzle version is worth carrying
> forwardf?).
> cjl

Ignacio Rodríguez
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