So, I've been assigned with a new team/project just this week (related to
hardware enablement/support), I'll still manage Fleet Commander but this
means I won't have time to be involved in the implementation.
I will be delegating the discussion between you and Oliver Gutierrez,
Oliver is spending a few weeks in Brno, so I'm expecting he will catch up a
bit on Fleet Commander with Fabiano.
As I was the sole maintainer of the client daemon so I'll still be around
for questions and small changes, if only until I find someone to assign to
it within the bigger team.
I would expect Oliver would go ahead and start testing your test plugin
On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 4:36 PM, Alberto Ruiz Ruiz <aruiz...@redhat.com>
> Hey Alexander,
> Just a heads up, we're in the middle of releasing 0.8 just this week so
> we're testing like mad.
> Right after 0.8 is out, we should be able to sit down and look into
> FreeIPA integration right away and will certainly look into this.
> And sorry for the late reply
> On Tue, Sep 6, 2016 at 11:18 AM, Alexander Bokovoy <aboko...@redhat.com>
>> Now that FreeIPA 4.4.1 is out, I've pushed to github my prototype for
>> FleetCommander integration: https://github.com/abbra/freei
>> You can read the design page:
>> The design was mostly figured out in discussions with Alberto, Fabiano,
>> Nathaniel, and Jakub, so we are more or less on the common ground here
>> between SSSD and FleetCommander. You can send pull requests to me on
>> github to update the design. ;)
>> You can cut a tarball using
>> git archive --format=tar.gz --prefix=freeipa-desktop-profile-0.0.1/ \
>> --output ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/freeipa-desktop-profile-0.0.1.tar.gz
>> And then build the package with
>> rpmbuild -ta freeipa-desktop-profile-0.0.1.tar.gz
>> When installed, the package does not run ipa-server-upgrade by itself,
>> yet. So you need to run ipa-server-upgrade manually. Once ran,
>> deskprofile/deskprofilerule topics would become available and can be
>> used for testing purposes. For Fedora 24 one can use FreeIPA 4.4.1 from
>> COPR, for Fedora 25 we have FreeIPA 4.4.1 in updates stable as of today.
>> UI plugin is not ready yet and is disabled in the spec file as it breaks
>> loading the whole UI.
>> / Alexander Bokovoy
> Alberto Ruiz
> Engineering Supervisor - Desktop Management Tools
> Red Hat
Engineering Supervisor - Desktop Management Tools
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