Monthly Archives: December 2011

FUDCon Blacksburg: System Administrator Study Group

FUDCon Blacksburg is a little less than 3 weeks away and I can’t believe it’s almost here! So much to do, so little time, it will be a great event! As some of you may know, I’m putting on a … Continue reading

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Skein: Updating the build process (somewhat)

The original post is in the GoOSe mailing list. I am reprinting here for a wider audience. Last night, Mike (shalkie) and I had a nice discussion about the process we are now using to build / import packages. This … Continue reading

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The GoOSe is getting cooked during the holiday!

The original post is in the GoOSe mailing list. I am reprinting here for a wider audience. As of this morning, it appears we only have around 40 failed builds! We’re getting very close! I think we could make an … Continue reading

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Flying through RPM Builds with Koji: Pass #1 Results

Well, it looks like we’re just about finished with Pass #1 to build all of the imported SRPMs we can from upstream. The GoOSe Project results are looking good. Build statistics from 2011-11-01 through 2011-12-09 Completed Builds: 658 Failed Builds: … Continue reading

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Releasing skein 2.0 into the wild – Grapple gets a client function

The GoOSe Project has been very busy over the past two weeks. This evening, after dinner, I will be releasing skein 2.0. It’s major functionality will be documented and placed in the RELEASE.rst file on github. Essentially, the request, query, … Continue reading

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Enjoy the sweet, sweet taste of Salt-0.9.4

If you haven’t heard, salt 0.9.4 has arrived. If you haven’t used salt before, I’d highly suggest reading about it here. I have now RPMs built for Fedora and EPEL6 (EPEL5 requires some outside help). They are available from my … Continue reading

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