[peruser] New peruser website and SVN

Stefan Klingner stefan.klingner at mephisto23.com
Fri Aug 28 03:51:55 MDT 2009


This helps a lot!

Would you please build packages with dc3 and add them to peruser.org and
also try to add them to the official repos. (last step will take a lot of
time)?

On Fri, 28 Aug 2009 05:44:12 -0400, "cal at foxwhisper.co.uk"
<cal at foxwhisper.co.uk> wrote:
> Elo,
> 
> Personally, I would side against having our own repo, simply because it
> means more work for the user, having to add GPG keys and package updates
> etc. And you got a lot of paranoid users who won't want to add a misc
repo
> (especially since mpm-peruser is highly desirable for those focused on
> security!).
> 
> I can certainly take care of any apt/deb based repos (such as FC, debian,
> ubuntu etc).
> 
> If any 'small' tasks need taking care of in the code, I should be able to
> put my developer hat on ^_^
> 
> Hope this helps!
> 
> Cal
> 
> Original Message:
> -----------------
> From:  stefan.klingner at mephisto23.com
> Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2009 08:39:42 +0200
> To: peruser at telana.com
> Subject: Re: [peruser] New peruser website and SVN
> 
> 
> GREAT! We have done the first step :)
> 
>>Hehe, no, it's not a joke - I haven't been able to spare much attention 
>>for the project in years.  We need someone who can be around to manage 
>>patches and make releases, etc.
> 
> I will to this if everyone agree.
> 
>> A forum would be simple enough to set up.  Any recommendations?
> 
> phpBB - we should integrate it with a link into trac. what is about the
> mailing list. would we keep it up or should we migrate fully to the new
> forum when it is ready. i think this will be the best.
> 
>> Taavi, Stefan, and I have admin privs and can create other trac admins.
> 
> Could you please send me the login details? :)
> 
> I just want to try to find out who can support the project in which way.
As
> written in the replys before, ...
> 
> - Andrew - time/moderation/etc
> - Cal - package maintenance into distros etc (Fedora)
> - Ben - packaging guy (Gentoo)
> 
> I can add the debian and ubuntu packages. It would be hard to integrate
as
> long as some apache dependent packages do not register peruser, but i
think
> it is possible.
> 
> If anyone else will contribute, please let me know how. Who is developing
> the patch besides Sean and Taavi? Would be usefull to know the active
> developers of an opensource project :)
> 
> We also need people who test the project in a documented way to ensure a
> basic stability for further releases. Who wants to do this beside me?
> 
>> I'm still playing around with the trac features.  I don't see in much in

>> the way of file uploads except this "attachments" feature - I attached 
>> the 0.3.0 patch to the main page.  Maybe we can use that to handle 
>> distributing binary packages as well.
> 
> What do you think about an own repo for peruser? it is easy to setup for
> debian and ubuntu. i dont know how difficult it is for rpm based system
or
> gentoo. Can someone tell me mor about this or would be able to do this
job?
> 
> I think the next steps sould be...
> 
> - 0.4.0 release
> - documentation + howtos + faq
> - first packages for different distros
> - repos if wanted
> - feature collection and bug fixing for next release
> 
> What do you think about that?
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Stefan
> 
> On Thu, 27 Aug 2009 17:47:33 -0600, Sean Gabriel Heacock
> <gabriel at telana.com> wrote:
>> Andrew wrote:
>>>> Good call! :)  If you want to point the nameservers at ns1.telana.com
>>>> and ns2.telana.com, I'll set up an account for it.
>>> 
>>> Glad everyone likes it! I've changed the nameservers. Let me know if  
>>> anything else is needed hosting/time/moderation/etc. Coding I'm afraid 

>>> is the one thing I can't offer as I don't have expertise in that area.
>> 
>> Thanks!  I've set up an account and moved the svn repository and trac
>> site over to it.  The new Peruser site is at:
>> 
>>    http://www.peruser.org/
>> 
>> Thanks Andrew for registering the domain!
>> 
>> Anyone who's using SVN, make sure to change to the new repository root:
>> 
>>    http://www.peruser.org/svn/peruser
>> 
>> Trac and SVN use the same authentication, and trac has a registration 
>> feature, so access to the site and code repository is self-service now. 
>>   Anonymous users can view everything and create and modify tickets, but

>> you have to be logged in to create and edit wiki pages.  Taavi, Stefan, 
>> and I have admin privs and can create other trac admins.
>> 
>> I'm still playing around with the trac features.  I don't see in much in

>> the way of file uploads except this "attachments" feature - I attached 
>> the 0.3.0 patch to the main page.  Maybe we can use that to handle 
>> distributing binary packages as well.
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