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chris at simplistix

Oct 12, 2006, 4:46 PM

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Justizin wrote:
>> > This assumption really has nothing to do with what happened this week.
>>
>> I'm not convinced.
>>
> Then take over, Lennart. I do not care.

OK, I've seen this enough.

Justin, I volunteer to take over your DNS stewardship role.

I'm also more than happy to do what I can on the Apache front.

cheers,

Chris

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justizin at siggraph

Oct 12, 2006, 4:51 PM

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On 10/12/06, Chris Withers <chris [at] simplistix> wrote:
> Justizin wrote:
> >> > This assumption really has nothing to do with what happened this week.
> >>
> >> I'm not convinced.
> >>
> > Then take over, Lennart. I do not care.
>
> OK, I've seen this enough.
>
> Justin, I volunteer to take over your DNS stewardship role.

Then do something. Improve the situation somehow.

You've got all the keys I've got.

> I'm also more than happy to do what I can on the Apache front.

Sure. Please do. It certainly does not behoove me to volunteer my
time for the Zope Foundation.

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jens at dataflake

Oct 12, 2006, 5:07 PM

Post #28 of 29 (747 views)
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On 12 Oct 2006, at 19:51, Justizin wrote:
>> Justin, I volunteer to take over your DNS stewardship role.
>
> Then do something. Improve the situation somehow.
>
> You've got all the keys I've got.

It already has improved a lot:

- - the registrar DNS settings have been cleaned up by Rob
- - Andrew threw out faulty or unneeded DNS servers out of the zoneedit
DNS data
- - I went in and made one minor correction to the foundation.zope.org
record

The data is now clean and consistent and it will just take
propagation time to get that through to all users. When this has
happened we can think of integrating more DNS servers.


>> I'm also more than happy to do what I can on the Apache front.

Apache is now working as far as the "old" hosts, like mail.zope.org
or lists.zope.org are concerned. Dave at ZC fixed that one after I
emailed ZC. Anything after this point should only involve managing
the separate "foundation" Apache instance configuration on
cvs.zope.org:/usr/local/apache2/conf, if you email Jim he can set you
up with the ability to sudo to become the "static" user.

jens


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andrew at sawdog

Oct 12, 2006, 6:36 PM

Post #29 of 29 (736 views)
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Re: DNS still fishy? [In reply to]

On 10/12/06 8:07 PM, "Jens Vagelpohl" <jens [at] dataflake> wrote:

> - - I went in and made one minor correction to the foundation.zope.org
> record
>
> The data is now clean and consistent and it will just take
> propagation time to get that through to all users. When this has
> happened we can think of integrating more DNS servers.
>
>
>>> I'm also more than happy to do what I can on the Apache front.
>
> Apache is now working as far as the "old" hosts, like mail.zope.org
> or lists.zope.org are concerned. Dave at ZC fixed that one after I
> emailed ZC. Anything after this point should only involve managing
> the separate "foundation" Apache instance configuration on
> cvs.zope.org:/usr/local/apache2/conf, if you email Jim he can set you
> up with the ability to sudo to become the "static" user.
>
> jens

We added the .174 IP this morning; since it's not working yet I wasn't
worried about switching. One thing is essential - if you're going to muck
with stuff, be in #zope-web when you do it. While this didn't cause a
problem...things could easily in the future and we don't want people
crossing wires.

I am curious as to what fubar'd the apache - cuz the addition of the virtual
domain conf file for the foundaiton had nothing to do with it.

Until this site gets done (using Darryl's setup) I'd prefer people leave it
alone. I've been working through this fuster cluck for many hours now -
thanks to not having enough access to get things done and running on an
antiquated system: RH 9.0

Woo hoo!

Andrew Sawyers


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