Quoting Laura Arjona Reina (larj...@debian.org): > > > El 12 de abril de 2018 6:52:28 CEST, Christian PERRIER <bubu...@debian.org> > escribió: > >Quoting Laura Arjona Reina (larj...@debian.org): > >> Hello all > >> I applied a patch to the dl10n repo in salsa, with a workaround for > >this > >> bug (adding the problematic packages to an exclusion list). > >> However, the material is not being updated, I think because the repo > >in > >> tye still uses alioth as origin. > >> > >> Can somebody in the debian-i18n group update the config in > >> /srv/i18n.debian.org/dl10n/git/ so it uses the salsa repo? > >> > >> (I'm not sure if manual git pull is needed too, or if there is some > >cron > >> script that auto-updates the repo at some time. I'm not in the > >> debian-i18n group so I think I cannot check... > > > > > >Hi Laura, > > > >Thanks for your work. > > > >I logged in to i18n.d.o, then sudo'ed to debian-i18n, then moved to > >/srv/i18n.debian.org/dl10n/git > > > >"git pull" mentions that the local copy is up-to-date and "git log" > >says : > > > >commit d17144ddc047f48bc4609202bb6e48d04fe92f33 > >Author: David Prévot <da...@tilapin.org> > >Date: Wed Jan 7 12:12:43 2015 -0400 > > > > Workaround recent SSL breakage from DSA > > > > <1420638006.22794.18.ca...@debian.org>. > > > > > >So, it looks like I can't have your patch make its way to the > >server....:-( > > > > Please modify the .git/config file to change the origin to salsa instead of > alioth: > > https://salsa.debian.org/l10n-team/dl10n.git > > Then save and git pull.
Doh, I'm now in the salsa mess: debian-i18n@tye:/srv/i18n.debian.org/dl10n/git$ git pull fatal: unable to access 'https://salsa.debian.org/l10n-team/dl10n.git/': server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none (for the record, I didn't move anything of what I personnally maintain, to salsa: I decided that It's no longer time for me to learn how to make things work with new stuff......call that lazyness, it's prrobably more a lack of motivation) So, well, help is welcomed again, here, sorry for being a n00b.
Description: PGP signature