[Mageia-webteam] Progress

Kosmas Chatzimichalis Kosmas at mach7x.com
Thu Dec 23 11:20:20 CET 2010

On 22 December 2010 17:23, Romain d'Alverny <rdalverny at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> to replace today's meeting (I'm sorry I have been caught up in traffic
> & meetings again); please add/update your part below (and the page, if
> needed):
>  * forum (http://mageia.org/wiki/doku.php?id=web:forums ; daax, maat,
> ash, misc); status: we're waiting for Daax to setup and provide the VM
> at this point; the rest of the process is on the page; guys, please
> make sure it's working for you and update it/discuss it if needed;
>  * catdap (http://mageia.org/wiki/doku.php?id=web:identity / obgr,
> blingme); status? (I've seen commits go through this week)
>  * www (dams, rda); status:
>    - donation system has been migrated to www.mageia.org (page setup
> with top menu update, translations coming in)
>    - I'll publish the new platform code in the coming days, no
> migration on this anyway before January;
>  * wiki (http://mageia.org/wiki/doku.php?id=web:wiki ; leu, obgr);
> status? if nothing moves to January, I'll take to set it up;
>  * maintainers db (http://mageia.org/wiki/doku.php?id=web:maintdb );
> we've got a new one here; anyone willing to take it? one mandatory
> condition: use a Rails or Django framework to set it up (so it's
> quick, basic and square, built from the data model)
>  * bugzilla (dmorgan, misc): status?
>  * epoll (Nanar); status?
>  * transifex (misc); status?
>  * buildsystem (just to follow); status?
> (I may have missed people in the lists of the ones working on each
> project; feel free to correct)
> There will be no meeting for sure next week, we'll resume on January
> 5th, 14:00 UTC (or by a weekly email progress report, depends on how
> you view things).
> (for my part, I will be offline until January 3rd - I still read my
> mail but may not answer rapidly)
> Cheers, enjoy your holidays for those who have some, and celebrations!
> Romain
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I can take on the maintainers db, and do it in Rails.


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