Hey there pollo, (replying only on dc-team list since I'm not bringing anything new to DSA) Louis-Philippe Véronneau: >> 3) what's the expected SLA (roughly)? should/can the service be > redundant? > > I have no idea what a SLA is :( SLA is "Service Level Agreement". I guess normally it mostly means how much uptime is expexted (in terms of number of 9's -- or in reverse how much downtime is acceptable, which you address a little bit further down), but also defining who's responsible for what. More details in: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Service-level_agreement > I don't think this needs to be redundant at all, as KB is not a critical > system and if it dies, people can wait a few hours until I fix it. > > I don't think this should be a "public" Debian service for now. I'm open > to making it "public" in the future, but my main concern at the moment > is migrating it off a personal machine so DebConf18 folks can keep using it.
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