Re: [gentoo-dev] New developer: Tobias Klausmann (klausman)

2008-03-10 Thread Lars Weiler
* Petteri Räty [EMAIL PROTECTED] [08/03/10 23:13 +0200]:
 One of those people working on those weird paper weights. This time our 
 monkey comes from the world of alphas. Tobias hails from Germany (there 
 seems to be no end).

Finally!  Nice to see you here as well :-)

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Re: [gentoo-dev] QA question, undefined reference to _getshort

2007-10-18 Thread Lars Weiler
* Roy Marples [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/10/18 15:50 +0100]:
 You're a dev aren't you?
 
 I just showed the path, you have to walk it yourself :)

Not every Gentoo (ebuild) Dev can write code in the desired
language...

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Re: [gentoo-dev] SSL-Certificates and CAcert

2007-09-28 Thread Lars Weiler
* Robin H. Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/09/27 15:11 -0700]:
 Go and read ALL of this bug:
 http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=108944
 Pylon and myself, as folk in favour of CA-Cert tried to get the ball
 rolling to get Organization-level certs from CACert. It seems to have
 long blocked on trustees and paperwork - both on our side, and on the
 side of CACert (Inclusion in Mozilla is blocking on the CACert internal
 audit).

Funny thing, I just checked my CACert-account (as I had to
assure some other people) and found out that I'm listed as
Org Admin for gentoo.org, but with the comment to be
completed.

I filed a request to CACert in March, but it seems that I
must have missed the response or they are waiting for the
paperwork by the foundation.  I'll look into the open issues
and will keep you informed about the process (preferably in
the named bug).

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Re: [gentoo-dev] commit reviewing ... new list or keep it on -dev ?

2007-09-24 Thread Lars Weiler
* Robin H. Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/09/18 17:23 -0700]:
 Reply-To on gentoo-commits is already set to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

I guess this is set by the mailing-list-software?  That
collides with https://bugs.gentoo.org/193376.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] commit reviewing ... new list or keep it on -dev ?

2007-09-24 Thread Lars Weiler
* Jeffrey Gardner [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/09/24 10:12 -0500]:
 Please keep the commit reviews coming on gentoo-dev.

I will not change that.  The bug requests to send the
commit review to the original author as well.  That
decreases manual work for our main-reviewers as they
currently have to add the author into Cc manually.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: [gentoo-commits] gentoo-x86 commit in sys-fs/udev: ChangeLog udev-115-r6.ebuild

2007-09-24 Thread Lars Weiler
* Duncan [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/09/24 23:51 +]:
 Can you point me (and anyone else that may be interested) to a nice 
 explanation of the difference?  I've always wondered why [[ ]] is 
 considered better than [ ] for tests.

I read about the difference in chapter 7 of the Advanced
Bash-Scripting Guide (`emerge abs-guide`).  There are some
more nice examples.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] commit reviewing ... new list or keep it on -dev ?

2007-09-18 Thread Lars Weiler
* Mike Frysinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/09/17 19:33 -0400]:
 how do people feel about responses ?  keep them all on gentoo-dev or start a 
 new list just for reviews ?

IMHO this list is a good place for the responses, so that
every dev can learn from them.  Don't keep them in private
only.  I can add an appropriate Reply-To in the
commit-messages, so that the replies show up here.

Thanks a lot for reviewing!

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Re: [gentoo-dev] gentoo-commits list lives!

2007-09-10 Thread Lars Weiler
As some devs already asked me on IRC/Jabber/whatever, I want
to quote that part:

* Robin H. Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/09/07 00:01 -0700]:
 For the From field, we are populating it using your GECOS data from LDAP
 followed by your username. I'm aware that lots of users have problems in their
 GECOS data, and I'm going to work on cleaning that up shortly along with some
 LDAP work that is in progress.

We are aware, that there are some information in the gecos
field, which is not relevant.  Like the mentor, or the
initial herd.  And that some entries were not converted to
UTF-8.  Just give robbat2 some time and he will fix that ;-)

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: Last Rites - August 27th - September 2nd 2007

2007-09-02 Thread Lars Weiler
* Ryan Hill [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/09/02 17:44 -0600]:
 plan on doing version-specific masks in the future unless someone can
 come up with a good argument for it.

Slots?

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Last Rites on slots (was: Re: Last Rites - August 27th - September 2nd 2007)

2007-09-02 Thread Lars Weiler
* Andrew Gaffney [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/09/02 19:11 -0500]:
 I'm not so sure. The last rites have historically always been for complete 
 removals of a package from the tree. Is there any reason to change it? Just 
 removing an older version of a package from the tree is something that 
 happens all the time. Do we want to clutter up the GWN (as much as it needs 
 content sometimes) with this unimportant information?

Think about apache1, php4, KDE-3, gcc-2.95, etc.

IMHO they are worth being announced in the last rites
section, probably along with a nice upgrade-guide.

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[gentoo-dev] Scheduled maintenance downtime for svn.gentoo.org: Mo (Today), 19 UTC

2007-08-20 Thread Lars Weiler
Hi devs,

due to the expat and curl upgrade I need a downtime for
svn.gentoo.org.  After the upgrade of expat at least
apr-util and subversion need to be recompiled in order to
work correctly again.  curl will not cause such an impact as
there is only one package on that machine which depends on
it: git.  And AFAIK only the devmanual is hosted with that
VCS.

As I don't expect that the upgrade will take a long time, I
set the downtime to 19 UTC today.  That will be in roughly 3
hours.  During that time you are not able to use any
svn-command on svn.gentoo.org.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Commitlog-mailinglist

2007-08-07 Thread Lars Weiler
* Petteri Räty [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/08/06 19:20 +0300]:
 Well perhaps we should just look at the overall usage of the mail box
 instead of how it's used. I think there is already some limit in our
 policy for how big you can keep your mailbox.

Last night some of us infra-folk had a chat in #gentoo-infra
about this commitlog-mailinglist.  solar stated that the
ammount of messages in the dev-mailboxes was the reason to
shut down that list some years ago (I have to fetch my
archives to prove that -- AFAIR we only had troubles with
the script, as CVS moved away from our dev-box with local
mail-delivery to a dedicated server).

We thought about distributing the mails via a public
IMAP-box or via NNTP only.

But if that list is not too urgent, it might be the best
idea to produce an RSS-feed out of the commitlogs.  Somebody
noted that we should include commits to other areas as well
and not those to the gentoo-x86 repository only.  So, if you
can wait, I can search my minimalistic Perl-skillz and write
a script for creating the RSS-feed.

On the other hand we can just switch on the mailing-list and
see how it develops…

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Commitlog-mailinglist

2007-08-07 Thread Lars Weiler
* Donnie Berkholz [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/08/06 23:57 -0700]:
 Hadn't heard that. The list disappeared with no explanation that I recall.

It worked at the end of 2003.  So it must have survived the
move to lark…  But I can't find any announcement about
shutting down the list.

 If that's the way you'd like to go, it's worth noting that CIA already has
 that capability. Some folks posted comments about this on my blog post on
 quality, which you may want to check out.

Well, http://cia.navi.cx/stats/project/gentoo/.rss shows the
CVS-commit-message only.  Our goal is to include the diffs
for a distributed code-review, as discussed in the
parent-thread.

 We may need to set up a local CIA server though.

I quickly looked at CIA's source
(http://svn.navi.cx/misc/trunk/cia/), but can't find an
option to switch on showing the diffs.

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Commitlog-mailinglist

2007-08-06 Thread Lars Weiler
* Mike Frysinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/08/06 08:23 -0400]:
 doit (and update lists.xml in the process)

I can't.  The list seems to be closed or limited to a
special address.  Furthermore it seems that our listmaster
is either MIA or at LWE.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Commitlog-mailinglist

2007-08-06 Thread Lars Weiler
* Ned Ludd [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/08/06 08:01 -0700]:
 One thing to note.. If we do make mailing list for this. It should not 
 be archived in any such way. devs that subscribe to the mailing list 
 better not be storing mail in imap on infra resources. 
 We simply don't have that kinda spare space to mirror all 
 cvs commits 2-300 times.

It's a stupid idea to refuse storing of these messages on
woodpecker.  There are still some devs out there who fetch
their mails from that machine than using imap or a forward.

During the two days of testing I received 359 emails with a
total size of 1.4MB.  But this varies, especially during
phases of please stabilise $Desktop-Engine.

Regards, Lars

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[gentoo-dev] Lastrite: net-wireless/aircrack-ptw

2007-08-06 Thread Lars Weiler
# Lars Weiler [EMAIL PROTECTED] (06 Aug 2007)
# included in aircrack-ng since version 0.9.0
# masked for removal in 30 days
net-wireless/aircrack-ptw

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[gentoo-dev] Commitlog-mailinglist (was: Re: Some ideas on how to reduce territoriality)

2007-08-04 Thread Lars Weiler
* Robin H. Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/08/03 16:20 -0700]:
 X-VCS-Repository: gentoo-x86
 X-VCS-Directories: profiles/ licenses/
 X-VCS-Files: profiles/foo licenses/bar

Everything implemented :-P  At least for all commits to
gentoo-x86.

Well, I reactivated the commitlog-script (quite the same we
use for the gentoo-doc-cvs-list) and added some more
Headers to it.  Currently I'm testing it with messages sent
to my own address as it seems that the old commit-list is
deactivated.

With the new VCS-server it should not cause any overhead and
with a real MTA on that machine those messages will be
queued even if our mailserver is not running.

So, if you want, we can reactivate that list.

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GWN (was: Re: [gentoo-dev] Nominations open for the Gentoo Council 2007/08)

2007-07-14 Thread Lars Weiler
* William L. Thomson Jr. [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/07/14 13:29 -0400]:
 Anyone notice no more GWNs?

Well, I noticed it.  And I read the news from June 14 on
http://www.gentoo.org/

Unfortunately, all our GWN-Editors stop working on it after
some months.  It's a really time-consuming job.  Think about
four to five hours just for collecting all articles, put
some glue between them, create the XML and posting it on the
list.  And count in another four to five hours for writing
most of the stuff yourself (which is the default, as the
contributions are very rare).

So, currently we don't have a GWN for two months already.
It was our main publicity medium for telling users about the
current development inside Gentoo, showing the faces of some
devs and notice them about updates in the tree.  We have
other media which can compensate the GWN, like the Forums,
the GLSAs, the dev-mailinglist etc.  But the GWN was a good
compendium of all.

Don't let it die!

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: Script for easier stabilising of ebuilds

2007-07-08 Thread Lars Weiler
* Christian Faulhammer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/07/08 12:31 +0200]:
 Lars Weiler [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 
  Comments are welcome!
 
  Have a look at app-portage/gatt-svn and help improve it. :)

It's C++ :-(

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: Script for easier stabilising of ebuilds

2007-07-08 Thread Lars Weiler
* Christian Faulhammer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/07/08 17:25 +0200]:
  No matter, you could even help with ideas...it seems that I am the
 only arch dev that uses it at the moment, input is highly appreciated
 by Matthias.  Contact him...:)

I'm also a fan of gatt.  It really helps a lot during
testing.

I will contact Matthias off-list and will work with him for
including my ideas in gatt.

Regards, Lars

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[gentoo-dev] Script for easier stabilising of ebuilds

2007-07-07 Thread Lars Weiler
Hi devs,

my fingers were tired of typing the same things over and
over again when I stabilised an ebuild.  So I wrote the
attached script which should take away the work.

Now I only have to attach the bug-number and optionally an
ebuild with atom version.  If there is no second argument,
the script tries to resolve the wanted ebuild from the bugs'
summary (like app-portage/gatt-svn does).  The script also
makes use of www-client/pybugz for an appropriate
bug-comment and removing the given arch from the bug.  It
can also close the bug, if you see that no other arch is
listed as Assignee or on CC.

It might also be possible that you can use the script for
mass-stabilisation in a for-loop, but I did not test that
case yet.  Probably that's a nice extension for a future
version, where you can attach a list of ebuilds, which
should be stabilised.

Comments are welcome!

Regards, Lars

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#!/bin/bash
#
# Stabilise an ebuild in cvs with a bug-number and ebuild-atom given
# Version: 1.0
#
#Copyright (C) 2007  Lars Weiler [EMAIL PROTECTED]
#
#This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
#it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
#the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
#
#This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
#but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
#MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
#GNU General Public License for more details.
#
#You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
#along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
#Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301  USA
#
# Thanks to 
#   Aron Griffis for his rc()-function 
#   Robin H. Johnson for his earch-script
#   kojiro on IRC for the ebuild with Atom Version regexp


# Options can alse be hardcoded in this script
CVSDIR=
ARCH=
BUGZ_USER=
BUGZ_PASSWORD=

PATH=/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin

die() {
echo $1  /dev/stderr
exit -1
}

print_usage() {
echo Usage: $(basename ${0}) [-a arch] [-c cvs-dir] [-u username]
echo[-p password] [-y] bug-number [ebuild with Atom Version]
echo
echo Make an ebuild stable for a given arch and change the related 
bug.
echo
echo Options:
echo   -a arch   Set the architecture
echo   -c cvs-dirPath to the gentoo-x86 repository
echo   -u username   User name for Bugzilla
echo   -p password   Password for Bugzilla
echo   -q  Quickrun: always choose the default answer on
echo   questions.  Useful for scripting.
}

splitpackage() {
case $1 in
section)
echo ${2%/*} ;;
name)
tmp=${2#*/}
echo ${tmp%-[0-9]*}
;;
ebuild)
echo ${2#*/} ;;
esac
}

# rc-function stolen from Aron Griffis in 
http://archives.gentoo.org/gentoo-dev/msg_122004.xml
rc() {
  declare msg

  if [[ -n $* ]]; then
msg=$*
echo * Using msg from command-line 2
  else
msg=$(perl ChangeLog -0777 -pe \
  's/^.*?\n  \d{2} \w{3} \d{4};.*?:\n//s || exit 1; # trim top
   s/\n(?:\*|  \d{2} \w{3} \d{4};).*//s;# trim bottom
   s/^\s*//; s/\s*$//; s/^(?:  |\t)//gm;# fix spacing
   #/^ /m || s/\s+/ /g;  # normalize spacing unless formatted
  ')
if [[ $? != 0 || -z $msg ]]; then
  echo * could not parse message from ChangeLog 2
  return 1
fi
echo * Parsed msg from ChangeLog 2
  fi

  echo -- 2
  echo $msg 2
  echo -- 2

  repoman commit -m $msg || return 1

  if [[ -x /usr/bin/eviewcvs ]]; then
local f entry=$(perl -00ne '/^  \d/ and print, last' ChangeLog)
entry=${entry%%:*}
entry=${entry##*}
entry=${entry//,/ }
for f in $entry; do
  [[ $f == -* ]]  continue
  f=${f#+}
  echo $f
done | xargs -n1 eviewcvs
  fi
} 


### main routine ###

# get the arguments
while getopts a:c:u:p:yh OPTION
do
case ${OPTION} in
a) ARCH=$OPTARG ;;
c) CVSDIR=$OPTARG ;;
u) BUGZ_USERNAME=$OPTARG ;;
p) BUGZ_PASSWORD=$OPTARG ;;
q) quickrun=y ;;
h) print_usage; exit 0 ;;
esac
done
shift $((OPTIND -1))

if [[ $# -lt 1 ]]; then
print_usage
die
fi

# check if we have an arch given
if [[ -z $ARCH ]]; then
print_usage
die Please set your arch.
fi

# check for the CVSDIR
if [[ -z $CVSDIR ]]; then
print_usage
die Please set the path to your gentoo-x86 repository.
fi

# check the bug-number
case ${1

Re: [gentoo-dev] Intentions to remove mail-client/muttng from the tree

2007-05-27 Thread Lars Weiler
* Fabian Groffen [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/05/26 10:52 +0200]:
 Current state of muttng is a bit vague.  It tries to be a collection of
 patches against the latest development version of Mutt.

I tried to create a muttng-flavoured mutt ebuild out of this
patches-collection.  Initially I wanted a sidebar-patch
which includes $sidebar_newmail_only, but unfortunately that
setting has been removed from the muttng-patchset as well
:-(

Anybody who is interested can download the patched
mutt-ebuild¹ and the muttng-patchset².  I'm not sure if I
want to maintain that in the future, as the patchset needs
`quilt` for applying the patches in the correct order.  I
manually moved the files with numbers prefixed and packed
them into a tar-ball.  As you can imagine, this is some work
for every release and it should be automated.

Regards, Lars

¹ http://dev.gentoo.org/~pylon/files/mutt-muttng-overlay.tar.bz2
² http://dev.gentoo.org/~pylon/files/mutt-1.5.15-muttng-patches.tar.bz2

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Intentions to remove mail-client/muttng from the tree

2007-05-26 Thread Lars Weiler
* Fabian Groffen [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/05/26 10:52 +0200]:
 Please speak up now if there are major reasons to keep muttng in the
 tree, despite being unmaintained and out of date.

I'm okay with removing muttng from the tree.  Some weeks ago
I tested the old mutt again, but unfortunately not all
patches work the same like in muttng.  Especially the
sidebar-patch which made my life easier.

But it seems the project is really dead.  Last mail on their
list is months old and the latest commit almost a year ago.
It's easy to convert back your config-files to mutt, but
avoid the rare pitfalls ;-)

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Re: [gentoo-dev] add built_with_use_die() to eutils.eclass ?

2007-04-23 Thread Lars Weiler
* dju` [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/04/23 23:45 +0200]:
 # Generate a standard error message for missing USE flags
 # in existing packages, and die.

I dislike that an emerge process dies when a use-flag is not
set (okay, it will die otherwise later with the package that
needs the dependency with that special use-flag built).  It
should be better to break with an appropriate message
_before_ anything will be compiled.  Let's say, directly
after portage has calculated the dependencies.

Your proposal looks like a quick fix for a feature portage
can't handle yet.  But your attached list of packages which
already use that behaviour is already quite long and so you
better should convince the portage-devs to include
built-use-flags into the dependency calculation.

Regards, Lars

PS: I should add the disclaimer, that I did not ask any of
the portage devs before I wrote these lines.  I only checked
http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/portage/index.xml#doc_chap8
and could not find that this feature is already in
development.

PPS: I know that there are other package-managers out there.
And no, I don't want to use these.  portage still fits my
needs best.

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[gentoo-dev] Re: Gentoo infra backups

2007-03-27 Thread Lars Weiler
* Mike Frysinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/03/26 19:44 -0400]:
 On Monday 26 March 2007, bret curtis wrote:
  Only wimps use tape backup: *real **men* just upload their important
  stuff on *ftp*, and let the rest of the world mirror it. -- LT :1996
 
 actually, i wonder if this would be useful ... we set up a master backup 
 server where we post raw svn/cvs/etc... stuff and then allow people to setup 
 mirrors of it ...

Ehm.  No.  We can not do that with every repository on our
servers.  But the biggest part (say 98% off all bytes) on
CVS/SVN can be public.

  That aside, does Gentoo have a disaster mitigation and recovery plan and
  is it published? A cursory glance on google shows none available. I
  haven't bothered do my own research, so by all means flame on, but does
  the pont of contact for the domain name still alive?
 
 if it were published, it'd be on the internal dev wiki

Sure? ;-)

Well, we have daily full backups at two different locations
in the US.  So, when everything goes bad, we have to recover
one day on the basis of our 30-min-rsync-cycles.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] {Guide,Project,Foo}XML too confusing for many devs?

2007-03-26 Thread Lars Weiler
* Alec Warner [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/03/26 08:05 -0700]:
 So this is getting pretty long winded; my basic question is do you as a
 developer find writing web pages to be confusing or difficult?

I'm one of the few people who like XML.  Probably it's
because I don't have to care for the design and just need to
create content.  It's also the reason why I like LaTeX and
docbook (well, the processing-tools are not that well
developed for docbook yet…).

 Is there not a good tutorial for learning our webpage XML
 syntax?

The XML-files of already written pages ;)


 Do you find that you bump up against restrictions in the
 DTD or other problems that prevent you from expressing
 yourself properly?

There are for sure some difficulties with our DTD,
especially for our project-pages.  Adding a news-entry at
top or putting the elements in a fixed order.

 Do you have any idea how to actually go about extending
 GuideXML (or the other XML's we provide)  Have
 you ever tried?

I work with GuideXML for more than four years now.  I know
the XSLT-process behind, and I know our DTD.  In the past I
did some small extensions, but currently it's very good
developed and from my point of view it is usable.

 Could we improve training with regards to any of this?

See the server-messages when you commit an XML-file.  There
are two guys named who will help when there is an error in
the file during commit ;-)


But back to the question you started your message with: The
outdated project-pages.  My opinion is, that GuideXML is not
the blocker for updating them.  It's more a menpower issue.
Most developers have more fun in keeping their project in a
good state than providing information about the project on a
website.  Furthermore there are many non-native speakers in
the projects who don't want to write websites in a broken
language.  One person per project who watch the project and
collect the FAQs with answers might solve the problem.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] dont use `which` in ebuilds

2007-03-16 Thread Lars Weiler
* Ned Ludd [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07/03/12 16:36 -0700]:
 app-cdr/cdrkit/cdrkit-1.0.ebuild:26:
 app-cdr/cdrkit/cdrkit-1.1.2.ebuild:28:

Those are fixed.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New developer: Robert Buchholz (rbu)

2006-12-28 Thread Lars Weiler
* Joerg Bornkessel [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/12/27 21:47 +0100]:
  He hails from Berlin, Germany.
 
 Ach,
 kiek an, noch'n Berliner ;)

I'm in Berlin as well...  but only two more days ;-)

Is there somebody else who attends the 23C3 currently?
(Besides mabi, hansmi and wschlich.)

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Automated Package Removal and Addition Tracker, for the week ending 2006-12-10 23:59 UTC

2006-12-15 Thread Lars Weiler
* Chris Gianelloni [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/12/15 07:33 -0500]:
 Exactly how does it work?  Does it just look for new ChangeLog files?

Seems so.  Because

profiles/default-linux/ppc  2006-12-07 00:43:06 pylon

is in the tree for ages, but I added a ChangeLog file last week.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] net-misc/openswan needs a maintainer

2006-12-07 Thread Lars Weiler
* Alin Năstac [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/12/07 08:37 +0200]:
 I think strongswan's ebuild should be simplified.

Yep.  I looked into it this morning.  A lot of checks from
the time before we had linux-info.eclass.  Starting from
scratch might be an option ;-)

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[gentoo-dev] (open|strong)swan ipsec-config-path (was: Re: net-misc/openswan needs a maintainer)

2006-12-07 Thread Lars Weiler
* Alin Năstac [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/12/07 08:37 +0200]:
 I think strongswan's ebuild should be simplified.
 I will bump openswan to 2.4.7 in a couple of days. Please use it as
 starting point for your bump.

While we are at it: Should we keep installing the config
into /etc/ipsec/ and create symlinks from /etc/ipsec.d -
/etc/ipsec/ipsec.d ?  I think we are the only distro which
installs the configs into /etc/ipsec, some others place
ipsec.{conf,d,secrets} just into /etc

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Re: [gentoo-dev] net-misc/openswan needs a maintainer

2006-12-06 Thread Lars Weiler
* Alin Năstac [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/12/06 21:59 +0200]:
 Since no one else stepped up (spooky...), I will take the maintainership.

Sorry, but I use strongswan for my IPSec-connections...
There were some problems with openswan some time (a year?)
ago and I just switched to another solution.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] net-misc/openswan needs a maintainer

2006-12-06 Thread Lars Weiler
* Jakub Moc [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/12/07 00:27 +0100]:
 Cool, that one needs a maintainer as well... :)

Crap... ;-)

 http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=123833
 http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=153797
 http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=156408
 
 Thanks in advance.

Will look into it during the next days for sure ;-)  (I
already hit that kernel version bug on one machine.)

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[gentoo-dev] Removed app-cdr/cdrecord-provdvd and app-cdr/dvdrtools

2006-12-03 Thread Lars Weiler
Both were masked since 08 Jul 2006.

The code of app-cdr/cdrecord-prodvd is now included in
app-cdr/cdrtools or app-cdr/cdrkit.  app-cdr/dvdrtools are
dead upstream and not needed any more, as the other
previously mentioned applications are capable of writing
DVDs.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New developer: Christian Faulhammer (opfer)

2006-10-27 Thread Lars Weiler
* Christian Heim [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/10/27 22:32 +0200]:
 Christian is currently studying mechanical engineering at the RWTH Aachen 
 (that's in Germany!) and has been an arch tester for the x86-herd for quite 
 some time - that's about 3 months. 

I hope we will meet at LWE in Cologne in two weeks?

I'm glad that you can now commit the tested ebuilds into
the tree by yourself ;-)

Regards, Lars

PS: If anybody needs an accomodation for LWE, I can offer a
roof, shower, kitchen and network-connection in the CCC's
club room during that time.  Just ping me on IRC or reply to
this email.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: cdrtools license issues

2006-09-05 Thread Lars Weiler
* Luis Medinas [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/09/05 04:38 +0100]:
 The package is in the tree and it's asking for testing before i can
 remove it from pkg.mask and provide the cdrtools virtual.

Now, cdrkit is in the tree.  Furthermore I added
cdrtools-2.01.01a08 to the tree.  That's the latest GPLed
version of cdrtools.  We never had that version in the tree
(we did a move from a07 to a09), so it's ~arch currently.

metalgod and I will reactivate the cdrtools-virtual, so that
we can include more and other possible applications for
cd-burning into portage.  I heard about reactivating
Freedrtools as well.

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] cdrtools license issues

2006-09-05 Thread Lars Weiler
* Olivier Crete [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/09/01 16:31 -0400]:
 Maybe we should p.mask the versions that contain and un-redistributable
 mix of CDDL and GPL code.

Or add a big, blinking warning.

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[gentoo-dev] Re: cdrtools license issues

2006-09-01 Thread Lars Weiler
* Carsten Lohrke [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/09/01 14:44 +0200]:
 Imho we have to remove the partly and incompatible relicensed 
 cdrtools-2.01.01 
 alpha ebuilds from the tree.

I don't think so.

We have a lot of other applications in the tree, which is
not free.  The only problem I see is, that you can't decide
if you want to install the free parts of cdrtools only, or
everything.  I prefer a splitted installation for every
single part of cdrtools, but Jörg will not separate them.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] packages seeking maintainers

2006-08-04 Thread Lars Weiler
* Henrik Brix Andersen [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/08/04 12:06 +0200]:
 As far as I know, gustavoz is also maintaining these...

metadata says, that you and dragonheart are maintaining
those.  I already thought about taking them after your email
some weeks ago, but saw, that dragonheart is co-maintainer.

I'm also happy with gustavoz as maintainer.  Less work for
me :-)

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Re: [gentoo-dev] SpanKY's Nominations for the Gentoo Council 2007

2006-07-31 Thread Lars Weiler
* Ned Ludd [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/07/31 16:48 -0400]:
 Pylon (maybe.. not around enough however)

I don't know the basis for your statement, but I'm quite
good around.

Is it that you don't see that many emails from me here at
this list?  Or is it that you don't see me hanging out in
#gentoo-dev all the day?

Keep in mind, that Gentoo is a quite large project.  Usually
I hide in the PowerPC department or in it's subsidiary for
release engineering (the coffee over there is better!).  CVS
and SVN are both working, so that I don't have to go out for
lunch with the infra-team.  But in the evenings I join the
German community and keep an ear on their demands.

But I'm also open letting some youngsters in Gentoo join the
council.  There are currently some good names on the
nominations-list.  In the end it's the decision of the
developers who they want to see as council.

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[gentoo-dev] ppc32 meeting summary

2006-07-30 Thread Lars Weiler
Good evening,

the ppc32 team had a short monthly meeting tonight.

Discussed topics:

1) kernel for 2006.1

We will include the 2.6.17 kernel for the 2006.1 release.
There is one issue with the Marvell NIC on the Pegasos left,
but including that driver as a module will not hurt anybody
by default.

The kernel-configs will be sent to the ppc-list for review.

2) 32-bit userland profile on ppc64

We should announce any change to our ppc32 profile to the
ppc64-team, so that they can keep their 32-bit userland
profile in sync.  That includes sending our meeting logs to
the ppc64-team.

3) misc

Where are our ppc-developers?  We went through the devalias
and found some inactive devs.  Currently we are 10 quite
acvite and 15 kinda inactive or supporting devs.  Probably
we should remove them from the devalias?


Next meeting: Sunday, August 27, 19 UTC.

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[gentoo-dev] Last rites for some CD/DVD-recording applications

2006-07-08 Thread Lars Weiler
Hello,

I would like to remove those packages from portage:

app-cdr/cdrecord-prodvd: Functionality of DVD-burning is now
  officially included in app-cdr/cdrtools.
app-cdr/dvdrtools: Same reason.  No need to use this fork of
  cdrtools-1.11...
virtual/cdrtools: With the remove of dvdrtools there is no
  longer a need for this virtual.
app-cdr/xcdroast: A nice rustical application, which reminds
  me to my first CD-burnings on Linux...  But there was no
  upstream update within 2,5 years.  Also there are now a
  lot of other gtk2-based applications which are bettter
  than xcdrtools.
rox-extra/roxiso: Unmaintained package, but it depends on
  app-cdr/cdrecord-prodvd.  On the other hand, I just
  installed it, and it fails to start due to a missing
  library...  It seems that all rox-packages are
  unmaintained now, as the maintainers resigned or are not
  available.

All packages are in package.mask.  I will remove then in 30
days when there is no good reason to keep them.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Last rites for some CD/DVD-recording applications

2006-07-08 Thread Lars Weiler
* Roy Bamford [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/07/08 12:46 +0100]:
 app-cdr/dvdrtools provides the format utility to format DVD+RW media prior to 
 mkudffs on them. Where has that functionality gone ?

I can't find any 'format' option to dvdrecord.

But probably you want cdrwtool from sys-fs/udftools?

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Last rites for some CD/DVD-recording applications

2006-07-08 Thread Lars Weiler
* Luis Medinas [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/07/08 13:33 +0100]:
 I've talked with Lars we will keep xcdroast for a bit. Instead we will
 remove simplecdrx that i will mask now. The upstream is dead for years
 and there's not need to keep it.

But we keep xcdroast only when you patch it, so that it does
not need cdrecord-prodvd for burning DVDs.  And no, starting
with -n does not work.  Maximum size is 703MB per disk.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Last rites for some CD/DVD-recording applications

2006-07-08 Thread Lars Weiler
* Roy Bamford [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/07/08 14:57 +0100]:
 My mistake - sorry for wasting your time. app-cdr/dvd+rw-tools provides the 
 format command. sys-fs/udftools provides the file system for the formatted 
 DVD+RW.

No problem.  And we will kepp dvd+rw-tools for sure.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Nominations open for the Gentoo Council 2007

2006-07-07 Thread Lars Weiler
* Luca Barbato [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/07/07 02:13 +0200]:
 I'd add to the pot pvdabeel and pylon since was and still is a pleasure
 working with them =)

I accept the nomination.  But I can't add more nominees as
all my favorites for the council have been named already ;)

On the other hand, this means, I won't be available as
trustee any more (I don't think, that I have enough time for
both boards).  But as I have not been nominated yet, things
look good...

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[gentoo-dev] Gentoo/PPC meeting summary

2006-06-25 Thread Lars Weiler
Hi,

the Gentoo/PPC team had a meeting from 19UTC until 20:30UTC.

topics:

1) toolchain switch for 2006.1
2) other upgrades for 2006.1
3) open discussion


We decided to make a toolchain-switch for 2006.1 and upgrade
to gcc-4.1.1 along with glibc-2.4.  Quite all ppc devs made
tests with that toolchain during the last months and
reported only some slight issues with strict-aliasing.  It's
possible to compile (quite) everything without any further
stable-version bumps in the tree.

Every application with strict-aliasing-issues should be
fixed in the ebuild by adding -fno-strict-aliasing to the
CFLAGS.  As every arch beside x86 is affected, this does not
need an 'if ppc'.  And even on x86 there are no problems
with adding this option.  If there are newer versions of
applications in the tree which are fixed by upstream
already, they should be preferred and marked stable.  Any
other application should be reported upstream beside the fix
in the ebuild.

We will create a new 2006.1 profile with the new toolchain
as default.  The 2006.0 profile will mask =gcc-4 and
=glibc-2.4.  So we can stable gcc-4.1.1 and glibc-2.4
stable on ppc now and let users test when they want.  The
2006.1-profile will be considered as testing until release.

Furthermore we want to extend the gcc-upgrade-guide, as we
can't use gcc-4 with glibc-2.3.  Therefore the user need to
follow a special upgrade-path.


Another upgrade for 2006.1 might be Xorg-7.1.  ppc does not
rely on any binary-driver which is affected by the
ABI-change.  This version of X has been tested by several
developers and found to be stable.  But we need to check
Donnie's opinion about that move.

A pro-argument would be, that users have to do one big
change with 2006.1 (toolchain, X) and can rest for a long
time.  A good upgrade-path for Xorg-7.1 is needed for the
users who won't to install their system newly.


kernel-2.6.17 is another candidate for stable with the
2006.1-release.  This gives a lot support for the last
ppc-series of Apples Laptop series and even native WLan with
all AirportExtreme cards, a long-term wish by many ppc
users.

There are some problems with genkernel and mostly the
Pegasos (broken Makefiles due to the ppc32/ppc64-powerpc
move in the kernel), but the result would just be no
initramfs on the install-media (and so no
framebuffer-splashtheme).


Like with 2006.0 we will deliver a minimal and a universal
InstallCD, stages and a GRP-set for ppc-generic and G4.
agaffney is working on a graphical installer CD for
experimental and probably the embedded-team will provide a
netboot-image.


Our current ppc-stable-tree is in a good shape.  Only
OpenOffice needs a bump.  For other open bugs a bugday like
in the old days, when several team members worked
collaboratively on the open bugs, should be hold in the near
future.


In the end of the meeting we talked about upcoming events in
Central Europe this year where we could meet again.
Suggestions are the Wizard of OS 4 in September in Berlin,
LWE Europe in November in Cologne, or the 23rd Chaos
Communication Congress in December in Berlin.


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Re: [gentoo-dev] 2.6.17 kernel stabilisation plan

2006-06-21 Thread Lars Weiler
* Daniel Drake [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/06/20 18:12 +0100]:
 I'm hoping to be able to mark 2.6.17 stable on or around July 11th. I'll give 
 around a weeks notice here when that is to happen. Hopefully we'll use this 
 for 
 the 2006.1 release too.

Would be great when ppc can profit from that kernel in the
2006.1-release.  Especially the bcm43xx driver is very
important for our Laptop users.

 Testing of 2.6.17 is very much appreciated, please also file bugs against 
 problems you have with the kernel itself :)

I had problems with genkernel and 2.6.16 on ppc.  I need to
test and fix the build of the initramfs.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] 2.6.17 kernel stabilisation plan

2006-06-21 Thread Lars Weiler
* Chris Gianelloni [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/06/21 08:55 -0400]:
 Start testing 2.6.17 in your builds now, then.

I already do.

 Umm... Come hang out in #gentoo-releng again and you'll see that we have
 a (masked) genkernel in the tree that solves all of these headaches.

Sorry, I had some network-troubles during the last days and
no time for IRC as well.  But now I'm back with a different
setup.  Should work.

 I know, because I've been building on ppc for the past few weeks making
 sure all of this worked so you wouldn't have trouble once we started the
 release.  Unless you mean Pegasos, which is busted on 2.6.16, genkernel
 or not, and I've spoken with JoseJX about that one already and he's
 aware of it.  I need to get back with him to see if he (or anyone else)
 has come up with anything.

The Pegasos is the only working PPC-machine I currently own
(beside the RS/6000 wherefore I first need to build some
install-media).  I will also look into the issue.

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] July Council Meeting: Requested Agenda Item

2006-06-10 Thread Lars Weiler
Congratulations.  I just unsubscribed from the
gwn-feedback-alias after reading your mail.

* Christel Dahlskjaer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/06/10 04:28 +0100]:
 1. Reliability. The GWN claims to be a weekly publication, yet it
 frequently fails to publish without prior warning. There was no edition
 this week, and Patrick Lauer says that it is unknown whether there
 will be an edition next week as Ulrich Plate is AWOL.

Several times Kurt or I took over the job of publicing the
GWN when Ulrich asked us.  So, there is a backup, but he
didn't asked for this week.

 2. Permissions. Although it could be considered flattering that the GWN
 should choose a developer's blog as inspiration for an article, they
 should ensure that they have the developer / author's permission before
 quoting them (see previous complaints by brix, ciaranm and others).
 
 I also believe that when posting an article or interview, a copy should
 be sent to the relevant people to ensure that they are ok with what is
 being posted (my dev of the week interview, for example, was rather
 screwed up and misrepresentative). When someone contacts GWN to have
 something corrected, it would be appreciated were the GWN staff to at
 least deign to acknowledge receipt, even if for some reason they choose
 not to honour the corrections or post a retraction (although refusing to
 publish corrections is extremely insulting to those wronged).

And I expect the same from you.  You should ask the affected
people first before starting a discussion about them on our
public mailing lists.  This is a device I can give you for
further userrelations-activities.

 4. Credit. Care should be taken to ensure that crrect credit is given.

It is.  Either as Author or Contributor.

 Another thing that concerns me is the way the articles are written. It
 is blatanly obvious that the GWN writers are not native English speakers
 as both the grammar and the flow of the articles is far from attractive.
 Having read through the archives, I notice that there was once a time
 when the GWN was a great publication, and I would like to think that it
 could become great yet again; in its current state, though, it is doing
 more harm than good.

It's quite interesting to see, that the GWN and also
Debian's Weekly Newsletter is run by Germans mostly.  Is
there a problem with native speakers to run a periodically
newsletter for a long time ( 3 years)?

 Lack of content and poorly written or incorrect articles are often
 justified by the GWN team on grounds of overwork and insufficient
 manpower. When I asked why they were not recruiting, I was informed that
 no-one has any interest in contributing. Upon speaking with others,
 however, I find that this is not the case -- people are interested, but
 fear (and rightly so) that their work will be edited in such a way that
 it is no longer something with which they want to be associated.

Subscribe to the gwn-feedback-alias and read or comment the
submissions to the GWN.  Make sure that every user will
receive and answer.  And forward questions to the
arch-teams.  Isn't that userrel's job?  I didn't saw your
contributions there yet.

Regards, Lars


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Re: [gentoo-dev] Renewed security risk uhm Dev

2006-04-05 Thread Lars Weiler
* Stefan Cornelius [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/04/05 19:13 +0200]:
 I'd also like to take this opportunity to especially thank Pylon (my

You're welcome! :-)

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] dev-lang/nqc could use a maintainer...

2006-03-17 Thread Lars Weiler
* Ciaran McCreesh [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/02/24 18:15 +]:
 Does someone want to pick up dev-lang/nqc? It's a C-like compiler for
 Lego Mindstorms, and it needs some version bump loving (bug #89257)
 and some nasty global scope code replacing.

I'll take care for it, as I need this tool this weekend ;-)

Regards, Lars
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Re: [gentoo-dev] IMPORTANT: OSL outage

2006-03-13 Thread Lars Weiler
* Wernfried Haas [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/03/13 15:46 +0100]:
 On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 08:34:59AM -0600, Lance Albertson wrote:
  [..] the database server is not working (bugs/forums/etc). I have half of 
  the
  machines back up, while others are still MIA.
 
 Chuck Norris to the rescue!
 Good luck finding them.

...but he still counts to infinity... for the second time!

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Re: [gentoo-dev] enable UTF8 per default?

2006-02-28 Thread Lars Weiler
* Patrick Lauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06/02/28 11:58 +0100]:
 Enabling the unicode useflag in the profiles should help our
 international users and should not cause any problems. Are there any
 known bugs / problems this would trigger? Any reasons against that?

It is enabled by default.  At least on ppc.  And that since,
uhm, summer 2004?

I can't say if there are any problems, as I didn't received
a bug for a long time.  The only thing that's nasty: we
don't have any good utf8-fonts for the console.

Regards, Lars

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[gentoo-dev] 2006-01-15 PPC meeting summary

2006-01-15 Thread Lars Weiler
Summary of the ppc-meeting on January 15, 2006, 19 UTC.


== 1. 2006.0 release ==

profile:
* currently located in default-linux/ppc/dev/ppc/ppc32/
* small generic ppc profile
* G3 and G4 sub-profiles with desktop-use-flags and CFLAGS-optimization
* new: nptl on all profiles (needed a glibc-fix)

We will release:
* generic ppc stage1, stage2, stage3
* G3 stage3
* G4 stage3
* minimal InstallCD
* universal InstallCD
* GRP CD

Pylon built testing-stages and a minimal InstallCD.  Testers
are welcome.

If we can get KuroBox and RS/6000 netboot-images working, they will go into
experimental first.

The 2.6.14-kernel doesn't support current PowerBooks, but the 2.6.15-kernel
has some issues with ARCH-settings (powerpc instead of ppc).  This isn't
covered by several eclasses yet, so that building of external kernel-drivers
fails.  Instead of waiting for 2.6.16 which will most like resolve this issue,
JoseJX will look into changing the eclasses.  Furthermore there is a tested
genkernel for 2.6.15 and other arches will use that kernel as well.

One thing isn't working: splashutils.  There are issues with klibc (not
stable) and klibc in combination with a 2.6.15-kernel (breaks).  An upstream
testing-klibc works, but isn't in portage yet.  All in all we don't need
splashutils and it saves at least 10MB on the InstallCD.


== 2. Dev Activity (Who's alive?) ==

Devs seemed to have vanished and even the operational manager isn't around
(which had happened more often in the past -- probably there is a bane on this
position).  Several devs don't have a lot of interest in Gentoo any more, but
as there is nobody who will maintain their distribution of choice, they still
do their job without much fun.  But instead of searching for new devs, we will
first try to find out, who is really active.  Therefore hansmi sent out an
e-mail to all 21 devs on the list.  Who didn't respond within two weeks and
gave a short activity report on ppc@ will be taken out of the ppc-herd.


== 3. Open Bugs / PPC Bug Day? ==

Currently we have about 70 open bugs for [EMAIL PROTECTED]  Some devs went 
through the
list during the last week and shrank to half of its size.  But still, there
are too many open bugs.  Every dev should use the time before the release and
go through the open bugs.  Furthermore we'll do a ppc-bugday for resolving the
harder bugs all together.  Estimated time will be next Saturday (January 21),
14 UTC.

There are some open bugs for keywording requests, which have been done
already.  We still need a way to find out, what has been keyworded by the
ppc-team and which bugs we can close then.  Searching for open bugs while
doing a keywording-session isn't acceptable.


== 4. Toolchain Updates (GCC 4.1?) ==

gcc-4.1 works on ppc and there are only few issues.  All AltiVec-bugs have
been resolved.  A kernel could be compiled and is bootable.  It seems to be a
good idea for creating a testing-/dev-profile with that special toolchain for
further testing.

More investigation is needed for autovectorization and libfreevec.


== 5. Some form of regular status reports ==

We want to tell ourselves, Gentoo and Users about the activity in the ppc
team.  But how?  There are ideas for blog-posts with a subject [ppc] tagged on
Gentoo Planet, or via e-mail on ppc@, or even via CVS-logs.

For the time, every dev should send regular status-reports to the [EMAIL 
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and JoseJX will take care for the aggregation, a post on the website and
notification to the GWN-crew.

Wormo asked for some space in CVS where document-drafts could be placed.  As
the need and also the format are in question, we'll postpone that request.


== 6. Hardware support status ==

Users asked to release information when new hardware could be supported by
Linux.  This is usually no special Gentoo topic, but we will add such
information with links to FAQ or guides to the status-report or to the
website.  We won't do a hardware-matrix, as all trials went out too
complicated.


== 7. 2006.0 Documentation Status ==

There are only few changes needed:
* profile
* kernel (probably)
* further OldWorld support

Some users mentioned in http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-420722.html that
our FAQ isn't verbose enough.  JoseJX is against including questions which
could be answered by google instantly (like What is Airport?).  The FAQ
should be terse.  But JoseJX will go through the docs and look if there is
something which needs to be explained a bit more.


== 8. Open Floor ==

Most attendees fall to bed.  More than three hours are enough.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] CVS-Server requirements (was: implementation details for GLEP 41)

2005-11-19 Thread Lars Weiler
* Lance Albertson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/11/19 22:50 -0600]:
 Yeah, we defiantly could use a beefy new server for CVS/SVN. Just make
 sure you chat with robbat2/Pylon on the specifics for the requirements.
 I believe the main thing they wanted was lots of ram.

CVS/SVN doesn't need much CPU load or even several CPUs and
also we don't need a lot of disk-space.  But our setup could
make use of a lot of fast RAM and a nice RAID (which we
don't have at the moment).

So specs are:
- ~3GHz Xeon
- 4-6GB of RAM
- RAID-5 or -10 with u320 disks (for the actual data, 20GB
  would be enough for the next years)
- a very good network-connection

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Clarification of packages cd's for 2005.1

2005-09-16 Thread Lars Weiler
* Nick Rout [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/09/17 08:23 +1200]:
 On a semi-related matter I was looking for the catalyst .spec files, and
 see a thread pointing at cvs, however I believe that as a non-dev mortal I
 can't get access to gentoo cvs. Is that so? If it is then how does one get
 the spec files? The old catalyst howto seems to have disappeared too.

These are accessable at
http://www.gentoo.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/src/releng/?root=gentoo

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] PPC gets more help

2005-09-08 Thread Lars Weiler
* Homer Parker [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/09/07 21:14 -0500]:
   The ppc team has found a new minion^W AT to help them out. Matti Bickel
 (mabi) has stepped up for abuse from JoseJX.. Please welcome him to the
 team! JoseJX, don't work him to hard! j/k, Where's the whip? ;)

Damnit!  Somebody else I know personally, but this time it
wasn't my fault!

Nice to see, that our ways cross for a second time, Matti,
but some way down the road and in another area ;-)

Regards, Lars

PS: Can you suggest another planet?  This one becomes too
small...

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Re: [gentoo-dev] KDE 3.4.1 keyworded stable on x86, amd64

2005-07-02 Thread Lars Weiler
* Markus Rothe [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/07/01 17:21 +]:
 Dan Armak wrote:
  We finally have a stable-keyworded KDE 3.4.x. Enjoy :-)
 
 ppc64 is stable, too! :-)

Don't forget ppc(32)! ;-)

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] GLEP 38: Status of forum moderators in the Gentoo project

2005-06-28 Thread Lars Weiler
* Lance Albertson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/06/28 18:14 -0500]:
 I'm just getting ansty about all these new people we're bringing

New people?  You're joking, aren't you?  Some of them are
moderators for even a longer time than you are a Gentoo Dev.

The problem just is, that the Forums have been forgotten at
the time when our current (or even better now it's the old)
metastructure was built up.  The forum moderators now just
take Gentoo's official way to add the forums and the folks
behind it as a usual TLP or SLP (probably to PR).  And I'm
really ashamed that many Developers think they are just some
beggars for an @gentoo.org- and shell-account.

Did you really ever honoured their work?  Think about the
Forums will go down for a week.  I don't want to count the
questions a lot of developers will receive, which were
usually answered in the forums instead.  Or political
discussions about Gentoo, which are hold in the forums and
where the moderators slurp out the essence and hand it over
to the related devs.

Yes, we need the forums, we need the moderators, and we also
need that the moderators will be involved into Gentoo
completely, so that they know our rare internals and are
allowed to take part on elections about the future of the
project.

Please keep in mind what has been said before: This thread
ain't be a flamefest.  This is the official and transparent
way in how to integrate our forums as an official Gentoo
project.

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] perl/openssl circular dep, possible solution (python/perl/db devs please read)

2005-06-13 Thread Lars Weiler
* Robin H. Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/06/13 10:18 -0700]:
 3. split java support out of db.

During stage-building we have USE=-java, but still there
is a perl/openssl dependency, which I can't track.  x86
seems to build a stage3 fine, but ppc and amd64 has issues.

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] ekeyword and ordering

2005-06-07 Thread Lars Weiler
* Marcus D. Hanwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/06/07 23:11 +0100]:
 I have always managed to spot (I think) the ones that looked like they 
 skipped 
 ahead of the maintainer, but it is another reason why having a maintainer 
 arch set would be nice.

And sometimes (or even quite often) the maintainer owns more
than one arch ;-)  That's something you can't do with
KEYWORDS, but with metadata.  I for example can test on ppc,
x86 and sparc and so I do for the packages I maintain.

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] ekeyword and ordering

2005-06-06 Thread Lars Weiler
* Aron Griffis [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/06/06 18:26 -0400]:
 alpha
 -
 - looks nicer (subjective)
 - easier to tell at a glance if a given keyword is in the list

I'm for this. You can easily compare two ebuilds' KEYWORDS,
when you have the same order.

maintainer's arch should be stored in the metadata, if there
is a need for.

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Re: [gentoo-dev] openssl-0.9.7g testing

2005-05-09 Thread Lars Weiler
* Mike Frysinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/05/09 02:46 -0400]:
 please report back to me with your arch/gcc/cflags/openssh info and whether 
 it 
 worked !

I had to switch to openssl-0.9.7g two weeks back due to
problems with cert-signing in a special case.  No problems
so far on ppc32.

gcc version 3.4.3 20041125 (Gentoo Linux 3.4.3-r1,
ssp-3.4.3-0, pie-8.7.7)
CFLAGS=-O3 -mcpu=G3 -mtune=G3 -pipe
OpenSSH_3.9p1, OpenSSL 0.9.7g 11 Apr 2005

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Re: [gentoo-dev] New category proposal

2005-05-08 Thread Lars Weiler
* Alin Nastac [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/05/08 16:17 +0300]:
 I think we should make a new category called app-cellphone containing
 the following packages:

Add
app-misc/scmxx
app-misc/gscmxx
app-misc/vmoconv
to the list.  They are all for Siemens phones.

sys-fs/siefs may be another candidate, but it matches better
in sys-fs.  Probably you want to create a cellphone-herd
that takes care of those filesystem-packages, like siefs and
the obex-utilities?

Regards Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: New category proposal

2005-05-08 Thread Lars Weiler
* Collins Richey [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/05/08 17:01 -0600]:
 You could always borrow from the Germans and call it app-handy.

Yeah!  That's pure Denglisch :)

And while we are on it, add all packages for presentations
into an app-beamer group ;-)

Well, back on topic.  Some of the suggested packages will
not work with GSM-phones only, but also with DECT-phones.
And if we include VoIP-Applications, they can finally get
into a better home than net-misc... app-telephony?
phone-mobile/phone-net?

Regards, Lars

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: metadata cleaning

2005-04-19 Thread Lars Weiler
* Torsten Veller [EMAIL PROTECTED] [05/04/20 01:32 +0200]:
 app-cdr/gtoaster

This one is now property of the media-optical herd.

Regards, Lars
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