Re: recovery status update
Julian Gilbey <email@example.com> writes:
> It makes a lot of sense to restrict auric permanently and have an
> up-to-date mirror for general access purposes. The issues I can think
> of are:
Although I agree that there is definitely something to be said for
this approach, I would like to note an additional issue with it:
- how to verify that katie will process uploads as expected (I'd been
running dinstall -n, via dput -D; I suppose it would be possible to
upload separately to the mirror and test there, but that's awkward.)
> - how to run the DELAYED queue
Extra ftp upload directories? sftp access to the full queue area?
> - how to give developers the possibility of seeing what's in the queue
I believe http://incoming.debian.org/ is functioning as usual (though
it's a bit hard to tell shortly after a dinstall run ;-) ). Other
queues, especially queue/new, can also be interesting to inspect, but
mirror delay there would hardly be the end of the world.
Aaron M. Ucko, KB1CJC (amu at alum.mit.edu, ucko at debian.org)
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