Quoting Christian Perrier (email@example.com): > That was planned to happen on Thursday Nov 19th, but I got no formal > report on what happened that day. > > Should we start thinking about funding the travel to Merida for one of > us, during an upcoming week so that the machine gets the attention it > deserves....or plan a dedicated work session with a DSA (Debian System > Admin) to finally move everything under DSA control somewhere else (I > suspect this might take several days and for this, we *anyway* need > access to the machine)? > > César, could an alternative be that you bring the machine back to one > of you guys' home (with a standard DSL connection) and we fix things > from there first, trying to understand why, when port 22 is opened, > the machine is still refusing connections? > > Our very first goal should be to bring back remote SSH access to the > machine, then we should really start thinking about moving it under > DSA control as soon as possible, as Joerg suggested. That might > require a special work meeting (preferrably physically, just like > ftpmasters did recently) with 1 or 2 DSA and Felipe|Nicolas. But > *first* bring back port 22 access. Any progress, visibility, action, something, here? I really fear the load of translation work to do we will discover when churro is back online, with all its automated processes.
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