There are various ways to contact the sysadmin team
For specific issues that should be fixed. Bugs can be hidden if
needed. Not for meant for discussions!
2. gnome-infrastructure-rDKQcyrBJuzYtjvyW6yDsg< at >public.gmane.org
Public mailing list. For public discussions.
Behind the scenes: Andrea Veri, the new GNOME part-time System Administrator.
Some days ago Andrea Veri was chosen by the GNOME Foundation to support and maintain GNOME's IT infrastructure.
His hiring comes at the end of a journey, during which Andrea has shown his technical abilities and passion for GNOME, and could be considered a sort of acknowledgement and thanksfor all the work he's don
a lot of Red Hat hosts are currently down for networking problems, we
currently don't have an ETA but we'll keep you informed and follow-up
with another announcement when everything will be back to normality.
On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 04:10:52PM +0100, Andrea Veri wrote:
That was a Perl script which failed because of a missing module. It
didn't print any error message. Instead it just used 100% and that
took Andrea+Owen a long time to figure out (script has not changed since
2002 or so :).
I haven't looked into the other databases that were running on the
affected machine (drawable).
To be clear:
- I just changed some easy settings
- Andrea Veri got various people involved, etc
- Stephen Smoogen from Fedora sysadmin team assisted
- Owen Taylor assisted in the 10min he had between flights
This is already the 4th development release towards our 2.28 release
that will happen in October 2009; this release comes just after the
first joint GNOME / KDE conference, which was certainly great fun for
all present people.
To compile GNOME 2.27.4, you can the jhbuild  modulesets  (which
use the exact tarball versions from the official release):