Bug#772838: (no subject)

2015-01-11 Thread Michael Lustfield
the packaging. However, I'm not sure where this should go (if anywhere). -- Michael Lustfield -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

Bug#730645: (no subject)

2015-01-11 Thread Michael Lustfield
work. -- Michael Lustfield -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

Bug#765782: (no subject)

2015-01-08 Thread Michael Lustfield
I'm still thinking about this. It seems like we have a perfect sane default. Any decent system administrator will research best practices and can find resources themselves. Adding documentation telling admins to do research doesn't make a lot of sense to me. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#652108: (no subject)

2015-01-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
Fun... I just took note of why this has been so hard to finish. I'm starting a new script from scratch. What we've been working on could work, but it's not very robust and only handles specific cases. I'm working on something that's a bit more robust and flexible and less prone to issues. I'm

Bug#652108: Testing Time

2015-01-13 Thread Michael Lustfield
I believe I just finished this up [1]. Please, review it and offer opinions. I don't want to include something that isn't of high quality. [1] https://github.com/ngx/ngx-conf -- Michael Lustfield -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject

Bug#777677: nginx: Please package 1.7 releases

2015-02-13 Thread Michael Lustfield
for us. If you absolutely need the newest, then build the package yourself. Alternatively, wait until Debian 8 is released and we resume using mainline until the next freeze. -- Michael Lustfield -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject

Bug#774464: nginx: change to index.html lost on upgrade

2015-01-07 Thread Michael Lustfield
/system) Versions of packages nginx depends on: ii nginx-full 1.6.2-5 nginx recommends no packages. nginx suggests no packages. -- no debconf information -- Michael Lustfield -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe

Bug#779825: no port attached to webserver

2015-03-10 Thread Michael Lustfield
I've seen this in other packages such as mysql. Admittedly, it can be a bit frustrating that an inability to cleanly update/install a package can cause issues during an upgrade. However, it is possible that something else may depend on a package cleanly upgrading before it can proceed. I can

Bug#777554: (no subject)

2015-03-28 Thread Michael Lustfield
I can see where there could be a decent use case for adding an RTMP module to nginx-extras. We definitely wouldn't create a new variant for it. We'll need to discuss adding this and look into what issues it might come with. -- Michael Lustfield -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist

Bug#781345: nginx(1) wrong SYNOPSIS, debian-authored manpage probably not required at all

2015-03-28 Thread Michael Lustfield
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Bug#779633:

2015-04-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 779633 + unreproducible moreinfo thanks I still have not been able to reproduce this. I have asked others as well and they have also been unable to reproduce these results. Without being able to reproduce the issue, we have no way of either fixing the issue or forwarding it upstream. --

Bug#781907:

2015-04-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 781907 + unreproducible moreinfo thanks I still have not been able to reproduce this. I have asked others as well and they have also been unable to reproduce these results. Without being able to reproduce the issue, we have no way of either fixing the issue or forwarding it upstream. --

Bug#776311:

2015-04-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 776311 + wontfix thanks forgot this part -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

Bug#776311: Fwd: Include nginx-http-shibboleth?

2015-04-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
Because of the conversation below, I'm marking this as won't fix. Without a very strong amount of evidence that this will be used at least somewhat heavily, we won't be adding it. -- Forwarded message -- From: Michael Lustfield mich...@lustfield.net Date: Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 2:40

Bug#777554: (no subject)

2015-04-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
of this module. It seems like there are a lot of bugs that would likely find their way to us that we would have to forward upstream as well. My best judgment is telling me to not include this. I'm open to strong evidence for inclusion, though. -- Michael Lustfield -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs

Bug#779825:

2015-04-07 Thread Michael Lustfield
severity 779825 normal thanks The initial report here was about Nginx failing to install. We've now determined this is because the user disabled IPv6 support on their system. This isn't simply a non-standard case, it's a nonsensical one. Accommodating this use case would cause headaches for

Bug#779633:

2015-04-07 Thread Michael Lustfield
I've been trying to reproduce this, but haven't been able to. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

Bug#776311: (no subject)

2015-04-08 Thread Michael Lustfield
Please, provide a good use case for this module. We need some evidence that a reasonable number of users will actually make use of this module. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

Bug#781907:

2015-04-08 Thread Michael Lustfield
I've been trying to look into this, but I don't even know where to start. I don't have that architecture available and I'm not sure what to begin asking you to check. :( -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact

Bug#784240:

2015-06-09 Thread Michael Lustfield
severity 784240 wishlist tags 784240 wontfix thanks We had AIO support enabled in the past for a short time. Enabling it at all was a mistake on my part. Having nginx built with AIO support, whether enabled or not, alters the behavior of nginx in often undesirable ways. I have seen many hard to

Bug#788348: nginx: $arg_id is always undefined

2015-06-10 Thread Michael Lustfield
We would need to see your entire unmodified configuration file to help with this. Additionally, it is MUCH better to use a map directive for most cases where $arg_ARG is used. On Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 7:53 AM, Carsten Klein carsten.kl...@bva-media.de wrote: Package: nginx Version: 1.6.2-5

Bug#779633:

2015-06-09 Thread Michael Lustfield
I've still not been able to reproduce this behavior. Is this something that you're still able to reproduce? -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

Bug#788354: AW: Bug#788354 closed by Michael Lustfield mich...@lustfield.net ()

2015-06-15 Thread Michael Lustfield
Everything I said still applies. You are using $arg_PARAM incorrectly. You get to call these arguments a single time only. I told you what you need to do instead. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact

Bug#788348:

2015-06-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 788348 - help + moreinfo thanks If you still believe this is a bug, provide additional evidence supporting this claim. Otherwise, as this appears to be a misconfiguration, I intend to close the bug report next week. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org

Bug#788573: initscript doesn't preserve return code

2015-06-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
Thanks for reporting this! I need to run away for a couple days. I'll review this patch when I get back. At a cursory glance, it looks quite excellent. :) -- Michael Lustfield -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-bugs-dist-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact

Bug#788348: nginx: $arg_id is always undefined

2015-06-10 Thread Michael Lustfield
severity 788348 wishlist tags 788348 help stop As that server block is written, nginx will not start due to configuration errors. It appears that you should indeed be using a map for your test. Additionally, you're trying to use the same $arg_PARAMETER twice for the same request which will not

Bug#790623: nginx: please include spnego-http-auth-nginx-module extra module

2015-10-23 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 790623 +wontfix thanks We are no longer adding additional third party modules. Loadable module support is officially on the nginx roadmap. We are instead focusing efforts on this transition. On Oct 22, 2015 10:27 PM, "Mookiwa Ramodike" wrote: > On Tue, 30 Jun

Bug#797812: (no subject)

2015-11-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 797812 +wontfix thanks We are no longer adding additional third party modules. Loadable module support is officially on the nginx roadmap. We are instead focusing efforts on this transition. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#804118: Please add Michael Lustfield (MTecknology) as a Debian Maintainer

2015-11-04 Thread Michael Lustfield
Package: debian-maintainers Severity: normal Please add Michael Lustfield (MTecknology) <mich...@lustfield.net> to the Debian Maintainers keyring. I have attached the jetstring changeset. Thanks! -- Michael Lustfield pgpyvInxdFQCh.pgp Description: OpenPGP digital signature

Bug#804118: Missing Key

2015-11-05 Thread Michael Lustfield
Apparently I forgot to actually attach the jetring changeset. -- Michael Lustfield add-03A8891A765AD085 Description: Binary data pgpTFpcpxVM07.pgp Description: OpenPGP digital signature

Bug#801253: O: wicd -- wired and wireless network manager

2015-10-09 Thread Michael Lustfield
This is something I use heavily and it's found a nice little place in my heart. If you'd be willing to help make sure I don't screw up, I'd be interested in doing packing work for wicd. On Oct 7, 2015 1:30 PM, "Axel Beckert" wrote: > Package: wnpp > Severity: normal > > Hi, > >

Bug#806779: nginx: provide vanilla-like build

2015-12-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 806779 + wontfix severity 806779 wishlist thanks We're not going to create yet another flavor of Nginx. I understand why you want this. However, we already need to handle the transition of the existing three flavors. There will not be an "nginx-modular" or equivalent if it can be prevented.

Bug#806831: No New Modules

2015-12-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
at this point is just adding extra headaches that we are not willing to take on. I hope that this bug report, alone, will be enough to prevent to bug submissions. If not, it's a place to merge them into. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#806831: Merging Bugs

2015-12-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
merge 806831 797812 merge 806831 790623 merge 806831 806779 tags 806831 + wontfix retitle 806831 [Sticky] No New Modules or Flavors thanks

Bug#806832: Merging Existing

2015-12-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 806832 + wontfix merge 806832 806777 thanks

Bug#805322:

2015-12-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 805322 + moreinfo severity 805322 normal thanks You're correct. This was supposed to be weekly for one year. I can get behind using the Apache default if there was a large discussion and mutual consensus for that choice. Is there any chance you could provide that link and we'll make the

Bug#806832: [Sticky] No Need To Request New Builds

2015-12-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
Source: nginx Severity: Wishlist Those of us packaging nginx in Debian are notified of new releases of Nginx. We are well aware when a new release happens. However, just because a new version of nginx was release, it does not mean we have the time and/or resources to package and test the update.

Bug#795878:

2015-12-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
tags 795878 + moreinfo severity 795878 Normal thanks I don't understand what it is you're trying to do with nginx. Are you trying to load it as its own perl module. I may be mistaking, but I'm quite certain that we are not shipping any perl modules in the nginx source.

Bug#790854: (no subject)

2015-12-10 Thread Michael Lustfield
trickle down. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#826167: Untracked changes on changelog

2016-06-06 Thread Michael Lustfield
This will become a non-issue in the future when we no longer ship these various flavors and switch to using dynamic modules. On Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 9:15 AM, Nuno Leitao wrote: > Package: nginx-extras > Version: 1.6.2-5+deb8u2 > Severity: important > > it's a major concern

Bug#822792:

2016-06-24 Thread Michael Lustfield
Control: tags 822792 +wontfix We already include conf.d/*.conf which can be used exactly as you described. In my personal deployments, I remove sites-enabled/default and only use conf.d/*.conf files. Is there any reason this doesn't meet your needs?

Bug#808699:

2016-01-14 Thread Michael Lustfield
This should have gone in the Recommends or Suggests section instead of Depends. Additionally, fcgiwrap should absolutely be removed because it's a dirty hack that should no longer exist. The python dependency exists because of the ngx-conf tool that got tossed in by popular request. However, in

Bug#819751:

2016-06-24 Thread Michael Lustfield
Control: tags 819751 + wontfix I'm marking this as wontfix with the intention of closing it in the future if no further discussion is received. I understand these settings may cause some issues with Apparmor, but this is an issue that will need to be addressed there and not in nginx. These

Bug#797802:

2016-02-16 Thread Michael Lustfield
Thanks for reporting this bug. I've never been willing to touch Docker, but can understand this concern. Have you tested with a newer version of Nginx? In new versions of the packaging, we are using invoke-rc.d due to a similar bug report.

Bug#812831:

2016-02-16 Thread Michael Lustfield
Could you please test this with a newer version (backports perhaps)? This section of the packaging has undergone a significant number of changes and this issue may already be resolved.

Bug#815080: (no subject)

2016-02-20 Thread Michael Lustfield
Nginx now has the initial work done for dynamic modules. We (99% Chris) are currently working through these changes. When this work has been complete, I absolutely support including this as a separate module. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#816446: nginx: Please use systemd confinement features

2016-03-01 Thread Michael Lustfield
Control: tags -1 + wontfix I have three significant issues with adding systemd confinement to nginx out of the box: 1) This will introduce significant differences between debian servers running systemd and every single other init system that debian supports. 2) Anyone using systemd would have

Bug#796752: Me Too...

2016-04-08 Thread Michael Lustfield
I ran into this today. I don't have a lot of hope considering the reporter never got a reply in nearly a year. I'm using Debian Stable, everything up to date, ssh+screen+irssi. I'm not even sure what libres is. At this point, EVERY time I start irssi, I see these lines. Nothing on this system

Bug#823435:

2016-05-24 Thread Michael Lustfield
I'm really happy I read this prior to another similar but not identical bug report. Thanks for the patches! I will try to review/test/commit tonight.

Bug#823608:

2016-05-24 Thread Michael Lustfield
I've been looking at this a bit more. As much as I understand the motivations, it seems incredibly heavy to create an entirely separate package just to install one small file for vim. Looking at other packages, it seems they've made the same decision. I see very few (four) packages that seem to

Bug#819751:

2016-05-24 Thread Michael Lustfield
I'm a bit surprised your tool had access issues when it was running as root. Your solution may work initially, but I expect you'll see problems in the long run because of the way nginx workers interact with these files. I can do some testing and try to come up with a better solution, but I don't

Bug#823608: nginx-common: Move nginx.vim to a separate package?

2016-05-06 Thread Michael Lustfield
A separate package just for a single file seems a little bit overkill, but I do understand. You may not want /etc/nginx but want to edit the configs. I do this frequently and just skip the benefits of nginx.vim. This should stay open for discussion for a while, but I'm in support of this change.

Bug#822792:

2016-07-26 Thread Michael Lustfield
I absolutely can't disagree that, if a (drupal, wordpress, etc.) web app package maintainer wants their package to work out of the box, nginx being preferred should not be a hold-up. Obviously, conf.d/*.conf has been around for a *LONG* time and isn't going anywhere. It's possible some people

Bug#821967: bitlbee: diff for NMU version 3.4.2-1.1+nmu1

2016-07-16 Thread Michael Lustfield
; urgency=high + + * Non-maintainer upload. + * Adding build-{arch,indep} targets. (Closes: #821967) + + -- Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> Sat, 16 Jul 2016 19:41:15 -0700 + bitlbee (3.4.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium [ Jelmer Vernooń≥ ] diff -u bitlbee-3.4.2/debian/rules bitlbee

Bug#821114: (no subject)

2016-07-16 Thread Michael Lustfield
I feel like this probably is required to keep systemd handling the way nginx reloads without troubles. I'll try to test the more simple solution under load. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#822792: (no subject)

2016-07-16 Thread Michael Lustfield
typically handle configuration files to something that suits the use of sub-directories for web applications. I'm not against modifying the main nginx config file to support this, but I'm against the proposed solution and not sure I see an obvious solution that seems to be sensible. -- Michael

Bug#826061: nginx: FTBFS on kfreebsd: incomplete type 'struct in6_pktinfo'

2016-07-16 Thread Michael Lustfield
Thanks for looking into this and building a patch so quickly! I'm currently testing this patch and will send upstream, unless you prefer handle it, once the build is succeeding in debian-kbsd. On Sat, Jul 16, 2016 at 3:57 PM, Steven Chamberlain wrote: > tags 826061 + patch >

Bug#821967: bitlbee: diff for NMU version 3.4.2-1.1+nmu1

2016-07-18 Thread Michael Lustfield
(3.4.2-1.1+nmu1) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium + + * Non-maintainer upload. + * Adding build-{arch,indep} targets. (Closes: #821967) + + -- Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> Mon, 18 Jul 2016 01:02:17 -0700 + bitlbee (3.4.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium [ Jelmer Vernooń≥ ] diff -u b

Bug#821967: NMU Upload

2016-07-16 Thread Michael Lustfield
This is a package that a large number of people use. It is also set for auto-removal on the 22nd because of this bug. I plan to follow the NMU process for this bug as quickly as possible. -- Michael Lustfield pgpbLskZN2tkf.pgp Description: OpenPGP digital signature

Bug#853084: Solution

2017-01-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
After seeing the resolution, I would say the solution should be adding pulseaudio to either recommends (most likely) or to depends of the plugin. On Jan 29, 2017 10:30, "Fredrik Nyqvist" wrote: > Hi, > > I may have sent the bug report too early... > > I noticed now

Bug#853084: Solution

2017-01-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
> recommends (most likely)

Bug#843777: [Pkg-nginx-maintainers] Bug#843777: temporarily loosen new nginx modules ban until separate module compilation available?

2017-02-20 Thread Michael Lustfield
Debian as possible, > and maximise the chances for future inclusion. This actually isn't a bad idea, but maybe we can start off with the inclusion? -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#855660: ITP: golang-github-blevesearch-go-porterstemmer -- A native Go clean room implementation of the Porter Stemming algorithm.

2017-02-20 Thread Michael Lustfield
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> * Package name: golang-github-blevesearch-go-porterstemmer Version : 1.0.1+git20141230.9.23a2c8e-1 Upstream Author : Charles Iliya Krempeaux * URL : https://github.com/blevesea

Bug#855985: (no subject)

2017-02-23 Thread Michael Lustfield
Control: retitle -1 golang-github-facebookgo-stack -- Stack provides utilities to capture and handle stack traces I'm also aware the description needs to be improved. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#855981: ITP: golang-github-denisenkom-go-mssqldb -- Microsoft SQL server driver written in go language

2017-02-23 Thread Michael Lustfield
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> * Package name: golang-github-denisenkom-go-mssqldb Version : 0.0~git20170117.0.9e40d9d-1 Upstream Author : The Go Authors * URL : https://github.com/denisenkom/go-mssqldb * L

Bug#855997: (no subject)

2017-02-24 Thread Michael Lustfield
License: LGPL-3+ -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#792101: (no subject)

2017-02-10 Thread Michael Lustfield
one wanted to maintain a vanilla gogs, I would be more than happy to drop that from the packaging, but would otherwise prefer it as a convenience to new users. I still have a *lot* of work to do on the dependencies, so lots of room for discussion if anyone is interested. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#792101: ITP: gogs -- self hosted git service

2016-10-05 Thread Michael Lustfield
to make them aware of this intention and have offered to discuss what that may mean for them. Although upstream makes frequent releases, these seem to rarely have security fixes so I don't anticipate any significant concerns backporting security issues. (feel free to double check me!) -- Michael

Bug#822792: nginx-common: Add include .../*.conf to default site?

2016-08-26 Thread Michael Lustfield
> So maybe "default-server-includes.d/*.conf"? > hm... *methinks* aight, I can stand behind this one >> Whether this is a good idea or not, I'm not entirely certain. It's the >> best solution I've been able to come up with. > > Same with me. And it will certainly get us a big step > forward. And

Bug#819751:

2016-10-03 Thread Michael Lustfield
Thanks for raising this concern and re-opening the ticket as it wasn't properly addressed previously. Our good friend Christos has been working on a better solution and I would expect to see that somewhat soon.

Bug#822792: (no subject)

2016-09-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
Control: tags 822792 - wontfix > default-server-includes.d/*.conf It seems like an overly verbose name, but seems to also fit the use case. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#822792: (no subject)

2016-10-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
mandatory for this to work. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#840124:

2016-11-09 Thread Michael Lustfield
merge 790623 843777 840124 thanks Re: "nginx: rtmp-module integration" The author of this module has proven to be an unreliable upstream contact. Even if we were willing to add modules to the nginx packaging, this would be in the No pile. Re: "Provide ngx_pagespeed / libnginx-mod-pagespeed"

Bug#819751:

2016-11-09 Thread Michael Lustfield
reassign 819751 src:nginx merge 701112 819751 thanks The bug 819751 is blocked by 701112 and, not so coincidentally, will be resolved by the same upstream modification. I'm merging these two because they are essentially the same issue.

Bug#816446: (no subject)

2016-11-09 Thread Michael Lustfield
ted in helping expedite that, I'm not gonna argue! -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#822792: (no subject)

2016-11-09 Thread Michael Lustfield
vailable via php-fpm as well as uwsgi-plugin-php. Doing it this way would reduce security, but I'm thinking it's to a very negligible degree and not very concerned. > 2. Do we have recommended naming for files added by the >local admin to apps.d? We could suggest custom_.conf. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#822792: (no subject)

2016-11-09 Thread Michael Lustfield
Sorry for the noise... should quiet down now. :(

Bug#822792: your mail

2016-11-10 Thread Michael Lustfield
On Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 6:35 AM, Elrond <elrond+bugs.debian@samba-tng.org> wrote: > On Wed, Nov 09, 2016 at 18:47:15 -0600, Michael Lustfield wrote: >> I'd like to get something like _provider_php available via php-fpm as well as >> uwsgi-plugin-php. > > Okay

Bug#822792: marked as pending

2016-10-19 Thread Michael Lustfield
awe... I bumped send a bit early. :( >> Ordering could be relevant if packages want to handle more >> specific URLs than others? >> For example letsencrypt wants to handle >> /.well-known/acme-challenge while maybe something else >> wants to handle /.well-known? > > In this case, the existing

Bug#822792: marked as pending

2016-10-19 Thread Michael Lustfield
On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 11:48 AM, Elrond <elrond+bugs.debian@samba-tng.org> wrote: > Hi, > > > On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 07:19:58 +, Michael Lustfield wrote: > [...] >> http://git.debian.org/?p=collab-maint/nginx.git;a=commitdiff;h=5d09382 > [...] > >

Bug#822792: New Documentation

2016-10-19 Thread Michael Lustfield
I hate writing documentation!!! *blearghh* https://wiki.debian.org/Nginx/DirectoryStructure Whatcha think? -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#822792: urmom

2016-10-19 Thread Michael Lustfield
and some of this has been poorly revised. For the record, I don't dislike php-fpm and recall what a life saver it was to me when it was new. I, however, don't think it's the right tool for this job. -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#841230: [Pkg-nginx-maintainers] Bug#841230: nginx: PHP 7 integration

2016-10-19 Thread Michael Lustfield
Ah, I'm guilty of a bad example! darnit :( On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 12:26 AM, Olaf van der Spek <olafvds...@gmail.com> wrote: > 2016-10-19 1:00 GMT+02:00 Michael Lustfield <deb...@lustfield.net>: >> However, that other line is an example of connecting to a TCP socket

Bug#841279: ITP: golang-github-gogits-go-gogs-client -- Gogs API client in Go.

2016-10-19 Thread Michael Lustfield
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> * Package name: golang-github-gogits-go-gogs-client Version : 0.0~git20160830.0.d8aff57-1 Upstream Author : Gogs * URL : https://github.com/gogits/go-gogs-client * License

Bug#841230: [Pkg-nginx-maintainers] Bug#841230: Bug#841230: nginx: PHP 7 integration

2016-10-19 Thread Michael Lustfield
I think it's supposed to be open-core, closed-modules. At least, that's what I remember hearing once. The source Debian uses is freely available here: http://nginx.org/en/download.html I have no interest in following nginx-plus so I really couldn't tell you what it's become.

Bug#792101: Dependency Hell

2016-10-14 Thread Michael Lustfield
-gomega-dev ]] golang-github-onsi-gomega-dev [[ CIRCULAR: golang-github-onsi-ginkgo-dev ]] golang-github-golang-protobuf-dev == DONE == -- Michael Lustfield pgpYlEQMrNDQV.pgp Description: OpenPGP digital

Bug#841488: [Pkg-nginx-maintainers] Bug#841488: improve suggested php config

2016-10-21 Thread Michael Lustfield
> In snippets/fastcgi-php.conf, url:s like /index.php/some/path are > correctly split into /index.php and /some/path. But the suggested php > config in sites-available/default has the following line that can't > match /index.php/some/path: > > location ~ \.php$ { > > Please change that line

Bug#841230: [Pkg-nginx-maintainers] Bug#841230: Bug#841230: nginx: PHP 7 integration

2016-10-19 Thread Michael Lustfield
On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 2:47 AM, Olaf van der Spek wrote: > I was thinking, what about just uncommenting the PHP integration? > > When PHP isn't available it'd prevent PHP source from being served and > when PHP is available it easies setup. > > -- > Olaf Nope! Based on

Bug#841230: [Pkg-nginx-maintainers] Bug#841230: nginx: PHP 7 integration

2016-10-18 Thread Michael Lustfield
I agree that using a unix socket is better than using a tcp socket and can support updating the ordering. I also see no reason not to update the example to point at the newer PHP socket location. However, that other line is an example of connecting to a TCP socket and I do not feel that it

Bug#842433: ITP: golang-github-gogits-cron -- a cron library for gogs

2016-10-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> * Package name: golang-github-gogits-cron Version : 0.0~git20160810.32.7f3990a-1 Upstream Author : Gogs * URL : https://github.com/gogits/cron * License : Expat Programmin

Bug#842433: Acknowledgement (ITP: golang-github-gogits-cron -- a cron library for gogs)

2016-10-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
oops... sorry, justification! This is a build dependency of Gogs.

Bug#841488: (no subject)

2016-11-02 Thread Michael Lustfield
Here's an updated version per discussions w/ some other Nginx fellers.diff --git a/debian/conf/sites-available/default b/debian/conf/sites-available/default index 79e41e8..6d2ce85 100644 --- a/debian/conf/sites-available/default +++ b/debian/conf/sites-available/default @@ -35,41 +35,59 @@ server

Bug#841488: Proposal

2016-11-02 Thread Michael Lustfield
This is turning into a larger set of changes... opinions welcome -- Michael Lustfield diff --git a/debian/conf/sites-available/default b/debian/conf/sites-available/default index 79e41e8..d6d0d7b 100644 --- a/debian/conf/sites-available/default +++ b/debian/conf/sites-available/default

Bug#842434: ITP: bluemonday -- bluemonday: a fast golang HTML sanitizer (inspired by the OWASP Java HTML Sanitizer) to scrub user generated content of XSS

2016-10-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> * Package name: bluemonday Version : 0.0~git20161012.0.f77f16f-1 Upstream Author : Microcosm * URL : https://github.com/microcosm-cc/bluemonday * License : BSD-3-

Bug#842435: ITP: golang-github-microcosm-cc-bluemonday -- bluemonday: a fast golang HTML sanitizer (inspired by the OWASP Java HTML Sanitizer) to scrub user generated content of XSS

2016-10-29 Thread Michael Lustfield
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> * Package name: golang-github-microcosm-cc-bluemonday Version : 0.0~git20161012.0.f77f16f-1 Upstream Author : Microcosm * URL : https://github.com/microcosm-cc/bluemonday * L

Bug#792101: On Hold

2016-10-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
Packaging Gogs needs to be put on hold. It requires at least one additional package find its way into Debian. -- Michael Lustfield pgpTgdxi5WzBf.pgp Description: OpenPGP digital signature

Bug#792101: ITP: gogs -- self hosted git service

2016-10-10 Thread Michael Lustfield
On Mon, Oct 10, 2016 at 6:39 AM, ge...@riseup.net wrote: > Hi Michael, > > By changing the title of this bug to ITP and recording yourself as the > owner, can one assume you're packaging gogs within Debian? Yup, that's exactly what that's meant to indicate. > If so, any ETA on

Bug#792101: On Extra Hold

2016-10-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
Turns out, gogs has 22 build dependencies that are not yet packaged in Debian. All of those need to be addressed first. This is going to take a while. :( -- Michael Lustfield

Bug#840588: ITP: golang-github-lunny-log -- A compatible log extension

2016-10-12 Thread Michael Lustfield
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Michael Lustfield <mich...@lustfield.net> * Package name: golang-github-lunny-log Version : 0.0~git20160921.0.7887c61-1 Upstream Author : Lunny Xiao * URL : https://github.com/lunny/log * License : BSD-3-

Bug#846145: (no subject)

2016-12-02 Thread Michael Lustfield
Thanks for catching the mistake!

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