[Savannah-help-public] Savannah coreutils no longer syncing CVS data

2005-12-15 Thread Bob Proulx
joseki rsyncd[23853]: rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(420) I am able to rsync those bits to other networks so I think my end is okay. If someone would look at the Savannah end and debug what is happening there it would be appreciated. Thanks Bob -- Bob Proulx

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #105656] Duplicate coreutils source cvs upload scheme to gawk source cvs

2006-11-02 Thread Bob Proulx
URL: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?105656 Summary: Duplicate coreutils source cvs upload scheme to gawk source cvs Project: Savannah Administration Submitted by: rwp Submitted on: Thursday 11/02/2006 at 23:16

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #105656] Duplicate coreutils source cvs upload scheme to gawk source cvs

2006-11-11 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #4, sr #105656 (project administration): I can see the updates running in the syslog now. I think things are working. Thanks! ___ Reply to this item at: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?105656

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #106304] Bug spam from logged in spammers?

2008-04-11 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #5, sr #106304 (project administration): Bob, for your initial question, maybe see https://savannah.gnu.org/maintenance/SavaneTasks The SavaneTasks page describes a process to clean spam through direct SQL access. I am happy to do this. Where can I log in to be able to run

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #106304] Bug spam from logged in spammers?

2008-05-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #12, sr #106304 (project administration): It seems poetic to me that this bug reporting a problem with bug spam is also getting bug spam. :-) ___ Reply to this item at: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?106304

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #106304] Bug spam from logged in spammers?

2009-01-04 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #25, sr #106304 (project administration): Meanwhile, do you by any chance know about https://savannah.gnu.org/siteadmin/spamlist.php ? Reported spammers can be banned in a single click. I did not know about that page but that page gives me a permission denied error.

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #106304] Bug spam from logged in spammers?

2009-01-13 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #28, sr #106304 (project administration): I figured the spamlist.php url wasn't available to normal mortals. But since I submitted this bug in the first place *and* that was offered as an option I felt justified in saying that it didn't work for me.

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #106304] Bug spam from logged in spammers?

2009-01-14 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #31, sr #106304 (project administration): Re: Well I put the TextCHA 9 days ago and the spamlist.php stayed empty since then - so you should have an idea on whether it works now :) These got through it since then: http://savannah.nongnu.org/task/?4755 But I am sure it is

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #106892] gawk cvs cron updater needs recovery

2009-06-10 Thread Bob Proulx
URL: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?106892 Summary: gawk cvs cron updater needs recovery Project: Savannah Administration Submitted by: rwp Submitted on: Wed 10 Jun 2009 12:56:32 PM MDT Category: RECOVERY: CVS/SVN

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #106892] gawk cvs cron updater needs recovery

2009-06-10 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #2, sr #106892 (project administration): I now see the connections in the logs again. Thanks! ___ Reply to this item at: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?106892 ___

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #107262] gawk CVS rsync fix needed

2010-02-09 Thread Bob Proulx
URL: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?107262 Summary: gawk CVS rsync fix needed Project: Savannah Administration Submitted by: rwp Submitted on: Tue 09 Feb 2010 09:15:49 AM MST Category: Developer CVS

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #107262] gawk CVS rsync fix needed

2010-02-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #2, sr #107262 (project administration): Thanks for fixing it. It seems to be pulling now. In the future if you notice breakage like that if you could send me a note I would know that there was a problem on my end sooner. Thanks, Bob

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #107262] gawk CVS rsync fix needed

2010-02-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #4, sr #107262 (project administration): Thanks! Bob ___ Reply to this item at: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?107262 ___ Message sent via/by Savannah

[Savannah-help-public] [sr #108063] Update gnetic.git/description

2012-05-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, sr #108063 (project administration): Done. I have changed the description to Tool to clone GNU/Linux systems over a network. ___ Reply to this item at: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?108063

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108258] Git repo description

2013-02-19 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, sr #108258 (project administration): I have made the requested change. Do to various caching you may need to force a browser refresh to see it. I verified it in my browser and the new description is now visible. ___

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108261] bino help

2013-03-05 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, sr #108261 (project administration): You have submitted a bug against Savannah Administration. But you are talking about the bino project. Since Savannah Administration is not bino could you close this bug and submit one against the Bino project? Thanks.

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108294] bzr access to Emacs source code is down

2013-04-29 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #2, sr #108294 (project administration): This was due to problems that occurred during an upgrade of the vcs savannah system. I did the upgrade and this broke during it. The bzr path is a custom one for Savannah. There were various problems associated with python and bzr.

Re: [savannah-help-public] Web interface doesn't work at 4am

2013-05-07 Thread Bob Proulx
Richard Stallman wrote: The web interface to Savannah is failing now (4am Boston time) due to timeouts. I'm told this happens every day at this time. I guess Savannah is doing some sort of lengthy cron job that hogs the machine so much the web interface times out. Access using cvs is also

Re: [savannah-help-public] Web interface doesn't work at 4am

2013-05-08 Thread Bob Proulx
Richard Stallman wrote: The housekeeping needs to be done, and 4am is a fine time to do it. Agreed. I was not suggesting anything different. I am only suggesting to lower its priority somehow. so that web interface requests don't get blocked. Maybe there is a way to turn off the time-out.

Re: [savannah-help-public] Web interface doesn't work at 4am

2013-05-14 Thread Bob Proulx
Richard Stallman wrote: The housekeeping needs to be done, and 4am is a fine time to do it. Sorry. I was mistaken. The servers run natively in the UTC timezone. 4am Boston time would be 8am UTC. The daily cron task is set to start at 6:25am UTC daily. That is 2:25am US/Eastern time. They

Re: [savannah-help-public] cvs2svn

2013-05-15 Thread Bob Proulx
Edward Ned Harvey (savannah) wrote: Per the instructions at http://savannah.gnu.org/maintenance/SvnImportExistingRepo I converted rdiff-backup from cvs to svn, and created a svn dump file. The dump file was uploaded via scp to:

Re: [savannah-help-public] cvs2svn

2013-05-15 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: I will set this up and let you know when it is done. Done and ready to go. Bob

Re: [savannah-help-public] GSL: switching from bzr to git

2013-10-06 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Patrick, I can help you with your git on Savannah issue. Sorry it took so long to see your note and respond to it. Patrick Alken wrote: I'm the maintainer of the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) project. We were using git a few years ago and then switched to bzr. We recently took on a new

Re: [savannah-help-public] GSL: switching from bzr to git

2013-10-06 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Patrick, Patrick Alken wrote: Hello Bob, we would greatly appreciate if you could rename the current git master branch to something else, so we can re-import the current codebase into git. Okay. Done. Upload away. Let me know if you have problems. Bob

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108409] Make the old GNU AUCTeX CVS repository read-only

2013-10-07 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108409 (project administration): Status:None = Done Assigned to:None = rwp Open/Closed:Open = Closed

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108409] Make the old GNU AUCTeX CVS repository read-only

2013-10-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #3, sr #108409 (project administration): A commitinfo script is a good idea. And it would have wider usage on other projects that have moved. Let's do it. I modified auctex so that it once again group auctex and therefore could be committed to. Before doing that I created a

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108411] Enable commit mails including diffs for GNU AUCTeX

2013-10-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108411 (project administration): Status:None = In Progress Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: Hmm... Doing

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108411] Enable commit mails including diffs for GNU AUCTeX

2013-10-10 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #3, sr #108411 (project administration): Okay. Let me tinker something together for you. In CVS this is fully supported natively. In git this isn't as nice since git supports only one hook out of the box. (Did I actually say that git wasn't as nice as cvs? No one is more

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108411] Enable commit mails including diffs for GNU AUCTeX

2013-10-10 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108411 (project administration): Status: In Progress = Done ___ Follow-up Comment #4: Done. Tested on a vicitim repository. Transfered to auctex. I think it all should be

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108411] Enable commit mails including diffs for GNU AUCTeX

2013-10-14 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108411 (project administration): Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #6: Good deal! Thanks for the feedback. Closing out the ticket as done.

Re: [savannah-help-public] (Bug on web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org) 500 Internal Server Error

2013-10-16 Thread Bob Proulx
joeko wrote: Is the website temporarily offline for maintenance work (or backup)? What's going on? This has been a continuing problem. The vcs server periodically experiences a high load average greater than 20. When it is in that high load average state it is too slow responding to the

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108415] Medias-admincfg

2013-10-18 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108415 (project administration): Status:None = Need Info Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: I have read

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108417] sub-repository for Dragora

2013-10-18 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108417 (project administration): Status:None = Need Info Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: I don't see

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108417] sub-repository for Dragora

2013-10-18 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108417 (project administration): Status: Need Info = Done Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #3: Okay. Done.

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108420] Delete old user accounts.

2013-10-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108420 (project administration): Status:None = In Progress Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: Okay. Will

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108419] Delete user Account

2013-10-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108419 (project administration): Status:None = In Progress Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: Okay. Will

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108419] Delete user Account

2013-10-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108419 (project administration): Status: In Progress = Done Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #2: Done.

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108420] Delete old user accounts.

2013-10-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108420 (project administration): Status: In Progress = Done Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #2: Done.

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108415] Medias-admincfg

2013-10-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108415 (project administration): Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #2: Not having heard any response I assume this was a mistake and will close out the ticket.

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108421] Delete old user account.

2013-10-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108421 (project administration): Status:None = Done Assigned to:None = rwp Open/Closed:Open = Closed

Re: [savannah-help-public] Sysadmin volunteers to help with underlying infrastructure support

2013-10-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Ethan, Ethan Henderson wrote: Hello, my name is Ethan Henderson, and I saw on the GNU help page that you guys could use a systems admin to help with underlying infrastructure support, and would like to offer my help, if I can. Great! Many hands make light work. Thanks for volunteering!

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108426] Please import Subversion repository

2013-10-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108426 (project administration): Status:None = In Progress Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: I will do

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108426] Please import Subversion repository

2013-10-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108426 (project administration): Status: In Progress = Done Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #2: Done. Let us

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108426] Please import Subversion repository

2013-10-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #5, sr #108426 (project administration): Unfortunately this is currently not possible. The web side of things only has infrastructure to update from CVS. Conceptually no one is against doing it from other version control systems. But practically speaking there hasn't been

Re: [savannah-help-public] Sysadmin volunteers to help with underlying infrastructure support

2013-10-28 Thread Bob Proulx
* Subscribe to this mailing list. (savannah-hackers-public.) Ironically, this list is savannah-hackers@gnu.org, which is savannah-help-public, which is *not* savannah-hackers-public. (I know you know this, just pointing out for the record.) Oops! Somewhere long the way I got confused.

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108426] Please import Subversion repository

2013-10-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #7, sr #108426 (project administration): OT drift: If you were using git instead of svn then I would suggest using the git-cvs adaptor. Then everything on the client side appears in git while everything on the server side stays cvs. There is the equiv git-svn adaptor too.

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108426] Please import Subversion repository

2013-10-29 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #9, sr #108426 (project administration): The web pages may be checked out read-write with: cvs -d :ext:yourusernameh...@cvs.savannah.gnu.org:/webcvs/classpathx co classpathx Or anonymous read-only with: cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonym...@cvs.savannah.gnu.org:/web/classpath co

Re: [savannah-help-public] Webpage with information on Savannah status?

2013-10-30 Thread Bob Proulx
Joris van der Hoeven wrote: These last days, I have been experiencing considerable slowdowns when using SVN on Savannah. Is there some reason for that? Could you keep track of the time of day when you have experienced problems? Also if you were dealing only with subversion or if you were also

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108428] Please import dump into existing Subversion repository

2013-10-30 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108428 (project administration): Status:None = Need Info Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: Unfortunately

Re: [savannah-help-public] GSL: switching from bzr to git

2013-10-30 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Patrick, Patrick Alken wrote: Thanks for your help earlier. We have imported a new git repository, under the branch 'master' - it looks like you changed the old repository to 'oldmaster'. Unfortunately when we do a clone of the repository, the default branch appears to be 'oldmaster'

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108428] Please import dump into existing Subversion repository

2013-10-31 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108428 (project administration): Status: Need Info = None Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #3: Okay. I am

Re: [savannah-help-public] [Savannah-users] Certi:error(cannot connect to RTIA)

2013-11-07 Thread Bob Proulx
希望 wrote: Hi,I'm a certi library user of China.While using certi in my projects I met a strange question. You have reached the Savannah mailing list. Savannah is the software forge for people committed to free software. The web site, the version control hosting, that type of thing. But you

Re: [savannah-help-public] encryption key not recognized

2013-11-11 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Frank, Frank Ross (fross) wrote: Sorry, but having a lot of trouble getting keys to be recognized so that I can establish a connection for CVS. This is the right place to ask for help with such things. I created the key using ssh-keygen, and added the key to the system. ...

Re: [savannah-help-public] encryption key not recognized

2013-11-11 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Frank, Frank Ross (fross) wrote: Not worried about commits of code, in fact, I was just wanting to get the latest trunk of grub, which has a fix that I need. Oh! In that case you have the wrong repository. The CVS repository you were trying for is for the Savannah web pages. That is why

Re: [savannah-help-public] Using mod_proxy to host the project homepage elsewhere

2013-11-16 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, Paulo H. Taka Torrens wrote: Is there any way you could activate it? Otherwise, is there any other way I could achieve this (without using ugly iframes)? I am not sure how to answer Paulo. Any ideas? Here are some thoughts that appeared in my head... He seems to be trying

Re: [savannah-help-public] Using mod_proxy to host the project homepage elsewhere

2013-11-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Karl, Karl Berry wrote: Beyond that, in principle, installing mod_proxy with its potential hazards just to make it easy for people to avoid using us seems, um, wrong. I personally am not inclined to change the world just to accede to one person's request but hey, it's not up to me. I am

Re: [savannah-help-public] Using mod_proxy to host the project homepage elsewhere

2013-11-17 Thread Bob Proulx
The thing is, when someone uses www.nongnu.org, they get their access after agreeing to our policies (when they registered their savannah project). E.g., they agreed not to promote proprietary software on their web pages. Spreading that a step further to arbitrary hosting anywhere ... no.

Re: [savannah-help-public] Using mod_proxy to host the project homepage elsewhere

2013-11-20 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Paulo, Paulo H. Taka Torrens wrote: I understand your security issues, but I'd really like to use some complex features, so I'd need PHP (or Rails, or Jango, or...). A Wiki, a script to build compiler packages (for the user to download exactly what he needs), a pretty-printer to render

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108445] Savannah download statistics issues

2013-11-21 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, sr #108445 (project administration): I don't know anything about awstats but I do know that it is spewing error messages in the nightly run. Here is the error. Maybe showing this will spark recognition of the problem from someone who has seen it before. I looked in the

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108446] git unpack-objects abnormal exit

2013-11-21 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108446 (project administration): Status:None = In Progress Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: Hmm... I

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108445] Savannah download statistics issues

2013-11-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #2, sr #108445 (project administration): Ivaylo, You said you noticed that awstats was offline. Survey time. Do you regularly use awstats? What information does it provide that you find useful? Because one of the proposals to fix it is simply to shut it down as being

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108445] Savannah download statistics issues

2013-11-26 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #4, sr #108445 (project administration): The stats on Savannah will not show the downloads from users using mirrors. That would seem to be a big disadvantage. I won't be able to get to it immediately but I will look into the problem in more detail and see about getting the

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108451] GNU Emacs web repository embarrassingly slow

2013-11-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108451 (project administration): Status:None = Confirmed Operating System:None = GNU/Linux ___ Follow-up Comment #1: There has

Re: [savannah-help-public] Fwd: Issue : Stack unwinding and Frame pointer on Optimized Code in Linux x86_64.

2013-11-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Pallav, Pallav Singh wrote: Please provide pointers regarding the same. If you are not right person working on such issues, then please provide reference so that I can reach out to them regarding the same. You have reached the Savannah mailing list. Savannah is the software forge for

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108457] where to find cookie in the email sent to confirm subscription

2013-12-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108457 (project administration): Status:None = Invalid Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #1: The

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108457] where to find cookie in the email sent to confirm subscription

2013-12-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #2, sr #108457 (project administration): I could have mentioned that the owner address for mailing lists is usually the address of the mailing list with -OWNER appended to it. In this case quagga-dev-ow...@lists.quagga.net is the address to write to for help from the quagga-dev

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108457] where to find cookie in the email sent to confirm subscription

2013-12-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108457 (project administration): Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #3: Lastly since this was submitted by an anonymous submitter there isn't any way to

Re: [savannah-help-public] please adjust the groff-commit mailing list

2013-12-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Werner, Werner LEMBERG wrote: right now, commits to the groff CVS repository are sent to the groff-commit list. However, we've recently moved to git, so I ask you to change that, making git sending commits to the groff-commit list. I've looked around, but it seems that Savannah

Re: [savannah-help-public] please adjust the groff-commit mailing list

2013-12-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: One question must be asked. Some people want only the short commit notifications and others want the notification with the full commit diff in the email too. Which would you prefer? I have speculatively turned on the full commitdiff. Let me know if you need anything

Re: [savannah-help-public] please adjust the groff-commit mailing list

2013-12-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Werner LEMBERG wrote: Some people want only the short commit notifications and others want the notification with the full commit diff in the email too. Which would you prefer? The latter, please. Commits are not so frequent that this would overflow the list. Done! Of course I made

Re: [savannah-help-public] please adjust the groff-commit mailing list

2013-12-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: Werner LEMBERG wrote: Some people want only the short commit notifications and others want the notification with the full commit diff in the email too. Which would you prefer? The latter, please. Commits are not so frequent that this would overflow the list. I

Re: [savannah-help-public] Slowness of Savannah in the morning

2013-12-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Karl Berry wrote: I added an iotop invocation to vcs:/etc/cron.d/sv, at the same time as top, to see if it gets us anything useful. Also nice-d all the relevant cron jobs. Thanks. I think your theory about being I/O bound is probably correct. But in that case I am not sure what to do about

Re: [savannah-help-public] Slowness of Savannah in the morning

2013-12-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Karl Berry wrote: I added an iotop invocation to vcs:/etc/cron.d/sv, at the same time as top, to see if it gets us anything useful. Also nice-d all the relevant cron jobs. That was a good idea. But it doesn't seem to be working without a tty device and generates a python backtrace. (I

[savannah-help-public] generate_log_accum.pl ?? What does it do?

2013-12-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, I see generate_log_accum.pl using up a lot of I/O and cpu time. It is set to run by cron every 20 minutes. The script header says only: Generates all projects CVSROOT/commitinfo and CVSROOT/loginfo. Of course I know about commitinfo and loginfo. A better descriptive above

[savannah-help-public] How to coordinate a VM reboot?

2013-12-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, Everyone wants to reboot vcs.sv since it has been so long. It has been up 514 days. I want to fsck the file system since it has been three years since the last check! Perhaps the reboot will help with the performance problems. The file system is 120G. How long will an fsck

Re: [savannah-help-public] Slowness of Savannah in the morning

2013-12-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Karl Berry wrote: iotop -b -o -n 5 Thanks. I think -n 1 is better; -n 5 is too much information. That is fine. I looked at -n1 and it looked like it may have been missing processes that were listed in one of the subsequent passes. That is why I added another few iterations to save.

Re: [savannah-help-public] please adjust the groff-commit mailing list

2013-12-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Werner LEMBERG wrote: Shall I really subscribe `invalid.nore...@gnu.org' to the bug-groff mailing list? You don't need to (and shouldn't) subscribe that address. You just need to add it to accept_these_nonmembers on

Re: [savannah-help-public] please adjust the groff-commit mailing list

2013-12-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Werner LEMBERG wrote: You asked about making the CVS frozen message include an explicit url. Anything can be done, but time is fleeting. The issue is that it's extra work to figure out what that url is. savannah.gnu.org vs. nongnu.org ... :-) Ideally, the message should be editable

Re: [savannah-help-public] How to coordinate a VM reboot?

2013-12-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Karl, Karl Berry wrote: If vcs.sv is offline for possibly 60 minutes that is a very long time. How should this be communicated to the users? Please choose a time convenient for you a couple days from now and we can post a news item. Also email savannah-annou...@gnu.org and

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108460] ease.js: git push --force

2013-12-26 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108460 (project administration): Status:None = Need Info Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Follow-up Comment #2: As you know

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108460] ease.js: git push --force

2013-12-26 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108460 (project administration): Status: Need Info = Done Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #4: Yay! Good to

Re: [savannah-help-public] How to coordinate a VM reboot?

2013-12-26 Thread Bob Proulx
The VMs notably vcs and download were rebooted. All is back up and online afterward. Things did not go completely smoothly. Here is the post mortem of today's operation. No one was available who could update the FSF status location https://pumprock.net/fsfstatus for us. Hopefully that will

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108463] How is write access to SVN/git controlled

2013-12-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, sr #108463 (project administration): I have been wondering about this myself. Which may seem strange that I would reply in that case. But since I don't think anyone else will reply for perhaps a long time I thought I might as well say what I knew regardless. As far as I

Re: [savannah-help-public] GSL: switching from bzr to git

2013-12-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Patrick, Patrick Alken wrote: I was hoping I could trouble you to again make HEAD point to a different branch by default for GSL. We would like our 'develop-1' branch to be the default HEAD. I think the command will be: The problem is that you would be rewinding a publicly published

Re: [savannah-help-public] Delete Bazaar branches

2014-01-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Sam Geeraerts wrote: We mistakenly created 2 Bazaar branches, i.e.: bzr://bzr.savannah.gnu.org/gnewsense/packages-parkes/debderiver bzr://bzr.savannah.gnu.org/gnewsense/packages-parkes/freetype These are duplicates of bzr://bzr.savannah.gnu.org/gnewsense/debderiver. Could someone please

Re: [savannah-help-public] Delete Bazaar branches

2014-01-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Sam Geeraerts wrote: As far as I know, deleting the debderiver and freetype diretories should do the trick. Be sure to pick the right debderiver directory. :) Hmm... Okay. I can certainly do that! :-) (Safely. I will move them to a trashcan first.) mv

Re: [savannah-help-public] Delete Bazaar branches

2014-01-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Sam Geeraerts wrote: Take a look at things now. Good? Bad? Looks good from here. Thanks. Great! Let us know if you need anything else. Bob

Re: [savannah-help-public] Delete Bazaar branches

2014-01-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Sam Geeraerts wrote: Op Thu, 2 Jan 2014 11:23:05 -0700 schreef Bob Proulx b...@proulx.com: Great! Let us know if you need anything else. Sure thing. FYI, we're reusing the freetype location. You can leave it alone now. :) Good deal. I am done until or unless you submit a new request

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108446] git unpack-objects abnormal exit

2014-01-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108446 (project administration): Status: In Progress = Done Open/Closed:Open = Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #5: This report

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108467] Please change GNU ELPA post receive hook to new multimail email hook

2014-01-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of sr #108467 (project administration): Status:None = In Progress Assigned to:None = rwp ___ Reply to this item at:

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108467] Please change GNU ELPA post receive hook to new multimail email hook

2014-01-11 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, sr #108467 (project administration): Done. Sorry for the delay. I needed to do some testing of the new hook script before I set it up live. Let me know what you think of the new format. I will leave the ticket open until then.

Re: [savannah-help-public] [sr #108451] GNU Emacs web repository embarrassingly slow

2014-01-14 Thread Bob Proulx
Paul Eggert wrote: Dmitry Gutov wrote: Follow-up Comment #3, sr #108451 (project administration): They both responded pretty fast ( 5 sec). Same here. It's 5 sec for me now too. Thanks to whoever improved the performance. It is just a time of day thing. There haven't been any

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108467] Please change GNU ELPA post receive hook to new multimail email hook

2014-01-14 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #4, sr #108467 (project administration): Drat! I will look at it. (It was fine for me in a test on another system.) ___ Reply to this item at: http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?108467

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108467] Please change GNU ELPA post receive hook to new multimail email hook

2014-01-14 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #5, sr #108467 (project administration): I believe this should be working now. I re-triggered this commit through the post-receive hook. Please let me know about any details that should be changed. There are several configuration options available for tweaking. Also I set

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108467] Please change GNU ELPA post receive hook to new multimail email hook

2014-01-14 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #6, sr #108467 (project administration): Looking at the result I think setting the from address is not as good as letting it default to the committer email as it had before. I removed that setting. The next commit will default to the submitter as it had before. Initially I

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108471] installing octave causes numpy to fail when running python

2014-01-15 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, sr #108471 (project administration): You appear to be having a problem with octave. But you have submitted this report against savannah administration. I am reassigning this ticket to the octave project. ___ Reply

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108471] Reassigned to another tracker [was: Reassigned to another tracker [was: Reassigned to another tracker [was: installing octave causes numpy to fail when running pyth

2014-01-15 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #5, sr #108471 (project administration): It seems impossible to actually reassign tickets to another project. I am sorry but you will simply have to submit a new ticket against the correct project. ___ Reply to this item

Re: [savannah-help-public] [sr #108474] Error During installation on ubuntu system

2014-01-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, This is an example of a ticket that I would like to transfer from Savannah Admin over to GNU Health. But when I tried to do that with the http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?108471 ticket it failed miserably. I think the problem was related to it being in the support tracker

Re: [savannah-help-public] Wrong encoding in commit messages sent to groff-commit

2014-01-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Werner LEMBERG wrote: Author: Ulrich Sp??rlein u...@freebsd.org +2014-01-28 Ulrich Sp??rlein u...@freebsd.org Have a look at the attched commit message e-mail. It contains some mojibake, namely UTF-8 characters represented as Latin-1. Any chance that this gets fixed? I can imagine

[savannah-help-public] [sr #108467] Please change GNU ELPA post receive hook to new multimail email hook

2014-01-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #7, sr #108467 (project administration): I modified the post-receive hook as per this message: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2014-01/msg01954.html ___ Reply to this item at:

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