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Re: lintian.debian.org off ?

Otto Kekäläinen <otto@debian.org> wrote on 27/09/2023 at 06:35:07+0200:

> Hi!
> Thanks for the context - so there is no need technical incompatibility
> at play, but mostly a matter of having resources and time to do it.
> ..
>> Regarding the 301 redirection I'll see with the interested parties (DSA
>> and Lintian maintainers) if this option is fine with everyone.
> I could easily write Ansible code to maintain a simple Nginx server,
> with 302 redirects https://lintian.debian.org/tags/(.*)/?$ ->
> https://udd.debian.org/lintian-tag.cgi?tag=$1, use same Ansible style
> as salsa.debian.org is maintained on
> (https://salsa.debian.org/salsa/salsa-ansible), and also donate a tiny
> virtual machine for Debian project if needed. Is there some special
> bureaucracy on top of that work to do to be able to contribute with
> this?

Don't worry, the server still exists, it's just down, and reputting the
DNS takes little to no time.

Regarding apache config, I'm fine with doing it. It's a matter of
checking with everyone that we want to do that as the plan was nuking
the server from orbit.

Providing debian.org infrastructure requires to be a member of the
Debian System Administrators (DSA) team, which in turn requires to be a
Debian Developer, so, sadly, you can't really help on that part.

That being said, thank you for offering your time.

> I know Lintian tag info is available via command line, but I
> frequently need to educate upstreams about Lintian rules, and thus
> really also need a URL to share to them. Perhaps I could implement
> that later in the year.


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