Re: [gentoo-dev] Packages up for grabs

2020-12-02 Thread Alarig Le Lay
On Wed 02 Dec 2020 11:18:06 GMT, Sergey Popov wrote:
> - net-wireless/wavemon
> Have three bugs opened.
> - version bump request
> - tweak build-time 
> dependency on kernel feature
> - in-progress stabilization

I’m interested to take care of net-wireless/wavemon, I bumped it to
0.9.1 on my own overlay some months ago. I just added the kernel
configuration check and the 0.9.2 version.

I’ll make a MR for proxy-maint stuff on metadata.xml and then I’ll make
one for the bugs.


Re: [gentoo-dev] Packages up for grabs

2020-05-27 Thread Alarig Le Lay

On Tue 26 May 2020 23:12:06 GMT, Andrey Utkin wrote:
> WIFI access point service:
> * net-wireless/hostapd
> (Co-maintained by zerochaos, still additional attention is encouraged.)

I can take it.


Re: [gentoo-dev] acct-user/acct-group trouble

2020-05-05 Thread Alarig Le Lay
On Tue 05 May 2020 15:23:34 GMT, wrote:
> Hm. And what version should i choose for such ebuilds?..

It usually on version 0.


Re: [gentoo-dev] [RFC] Ideas for gentoostats implementation

2020-04-26 Thread Alarig Le Lay

On Sun 26 Apr 2020 10:08:32 GMT, Michał Górny wrote:
> The other major problem is spam protection.  The best semi-anonymous way
> I see is to use submitter's IPv4 addresses (can we support IPv6 then?). 
> We could set a limit of, say, 10 submissions per IPv4 address per week. 
> If some address would exceed that limit, we could require CAPTCHA
> authorization.
> I think this would make spamming a bit harder while keeping submissions
> easy for the most, and a little harder but possible for those of us
> behind ISP NATs.

I think that the IPv6 support shouldn’t be a question. I have several
points for it:

1. All the Gentoo infrastructure is IPv6-able (at least the public
   faced as I’m aware), so it could create a specific case
2. As you mention NAT ISPs, most of those are providing IPv6 as well
   (because NAT isn’t cost-less). Also putting the IPv4 rate-limit to a
   /64 IPv6 will reduce the need for a CAPTCHA.
3. Users don’t necessary have an IPv4 access
4. About a third of the Internet traffic is IPv6, so it’s not an
   option in my humble opinion.