On 3/2/18 2:29 AM, Roberto Galoppini wrote:
> 2018-03-01 21:23 GMT+01:00 Andrea Pescetti <pesce...@apache.org>:
>> Dave Brondsema wrote:
>>> On 3/1/18 12:08 PM, Andrea Pescetti wrote:
>>>> I currently get this on https://extensions.openoffice.org/ for the
>>>> "Sourceforge project sites are currently under maintenance. Please check
>>>> later. We thank you for your patience."
>>> Correct. We will be prioritizing getting the extensions and templates
>>> sites up
>>> as soon as we can, we know they are important services.
>> OK, thanks. Indeed SourceForge used to provide excellent service for
>> hosting of downloads, Extensions and Templates. It seems that after the
>> move to the new datacenter announced a few week ago (maybe just a
>> coincidence, maybe some technical issues related to the new infrastructure)
>> reliability problems are more frequent. I hope bugs will be ironed out soon.
> As the person who made possible for SourceForge to become Apache OpenOffice
> official distribution channel, I feel compelled to advance some asks.
> 1. SourceForge should inform us in advance if infrastructural changes are
> on going, so that we can plan in advance a backup plan;
> (and to be clear I think we need a backup plan anyway, uptime should be
> taken very seriously by a popular project)
> 2. We understand SourceForge is having issues to let things work, yet we
> expect OUR infrastructure to be your top priority
> (reason: multiply over 100M downloads for a dozen impressions, it's a
> LOT of money, we're special to SourceForge)
> Please understand my asks are setting a very low bar. In fact we're not
> talking of giving us back - as SourceForge used to do regularly until two
> years ago, think of Extensions and Templates continuous improvements - but
> we merely talk of providing a download service, something SourceForge
> should do right for its own business interests. Fail to comply with these
> basic requirements is not acceptable in my opinion.
We are using a limited static environment to provide downloads, so end-users of
Apache OpenOffice and other projects can still download just fine.
The Extensions and Templates sites will be a top priority as best we're able to,
when we start to bring things back online.
The current downtime for Extensions and Templates and the rest of SourceForge
was not planned. The datacenter and other recent changes have been announced on
https://twitter.com/sfnet_ops and going forward if we have planned maintenance I
can notify this list directly. We're not planning on changing datacenters again
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