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Re: Cerrando httpredir.debian.org?

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Subject: Re: Cerrando httpredir.debian.org?
From: Raphael Geissert <geissert@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2016 14:27:26 +0200
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*Hi,

En 12 abril 2016 en 15:25, Peter *Palfrader <weasel@xxxxxxxxxx> escribió:
> En *Tue, 12 *Apr 2016, Raphael *Geissert escribió:
>
>> - el código principal *contributors (Simon y el vuestro verdaderamente) ha sido
>> *EBUSY/*ENOTIME para un rato - Simon, complacer corregirme si soy mal
>  [*]
>
>> Qué propongo es:
>> 1. Para fijar el reciente *regressions y actuar algún mantenimiento en
>> el servicio en un intento[1] para reducir el usuario-errores visibles. Antes de que el
>> fin de abril.
>> 2. Definir los pasos próximos hacia mejorar el servicio - puede ser hecho
>> en una manera abierta en el ML de espejos. Empezando hoy, con ninguna fecha de final.
>> 3. Organizar un *sprint para asegurar aquel tiempo es disponible de trabajar
>> en el servicio. Quizás durante *SunCamp, cuando personas como *weasel también
>> aparecer para ser interesado en participar - tan dejado decir fin de mayo.
>
>  Esperas [*] para cambiar en el futuro cercano?  El estado actual ha
> existido para un rato, y *whishful el pensamiento no ha ayudado para mejorarlo.

Creo tan, sí.

Aclama,
-- 
Raphael *Geissert - *Debian *Developer
www.debian.org - conseguir.*debian.Red


Hi,

On 12 April 2016 at 15:25, Peter Palfrader <weasel@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Apr 2016, Raphael Geissert wrote:
>
>> - the main code contributors (Simon and yours truly) have been
>> EBUSY/ENOTIME for a while - Simon, please correct me if I'm wrong
>  [*]
>
>> What I propose is:
>> 1. to fix the recent regressions and perform some maintenance on the
>> service in an attempt[1] to reduce the user-visible errors. Before the
>> end of April.
>> 2. define the next steps towards improving the service - can be done
>> in an open way in the mirrors ML. Starting today, with no ending date.
>> 3. organise a sprint in order to ensure that time is available to work
>> on the service. Perhaps during SunCamp, as people such as weasel also
>> appear to be interested in participating - so let's say end of May.
>
> Do you expect [*] to change in the near future?  The current status has
> existed for a while, and whishful thinking hasn't helped to improve it.

I believe so, yes.

Cheers,
-- 
Raphael Geissert - Debian Developer
www.debian.org - get.debian.net


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