On Friday, September 11, 2015, Andrea Pescetti <pesce...@apache.org> wrote:
> On 14/08/2015 jan i wrote: > >> this might be a good time for a new maintainer to step up. >> The actual maintenance is about 1 hour pr month. >> > > Coming back to this, it is likely to be easier to find someone if we > define this "ordinary maintenance" better. I mean, updating the application > takes surely more than 1 hour but that is "extraordinary maintenance". > > What falls in the "ordinary maintenance"? Login to the VM, say, every few > days, apt-get upgrade, taking a look at the logs and basic system health > indicators? If these are the tasks then expanding the team with one extra > volunteer will look less daunting than upgrading the forum to the latest > version, which is made very complex by the extremely complicated setup we > inherited from the pre-Apache era. > > Note: I did read the companion thread too, but still it didn't get into > concrete maintenance tasks. > > By the way, Jan let me thank you in public for the infrastructure work: > unfortunately, like all sysadmin tasks, if one does a good job it doesn't > show since everything just keeps working and people forget that this is due > to someone properly administering them. > > Regards, > Andrea. > -- Sent from My iPad, sorry for any misspellings.