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Re: [Debian-l10n-devel] Churro down....

On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 7:05 PM, Christian PERRIER <bubulle@debian.org> wrote:
> Quoting César Gómez Martín (cesar.gomez@gmail.com):
>> Churro is working again, the guy opened the box and apparently one of
>> the HD cables was not properly plugged. Let's see if it works for at
>> least 6 years more... :))
>> He told me that, despite he is busy he is happy to help Debian.
> That's great news, César. You can thank "the guy" on our behalf!

"The guy" is Nicolas, but I want you to ping me because Churro is "my
problem" not his problem. That's the reason I don't want to put him on
CC, I know you will understand. He will say hello whenever he wants

> So, it seems that we've been hit by some variant of Murphy's
> law. Still, it's probably time to move services away, mostly because
> this situation has proven that we have a key component of Debian
> architecture too depending on an hard-to-involve local contact (not
> because nobody is willing to help as you guys have shown...but mostly
> because priorities are what they are and I fully understand this).

Don't really know what happened because I didn't check the logs, but
you can do it and tell us ;)

> We'll discuss the various options in debian-l10n-devel, but it seems
> to me that we should work on the solution proposed by Martin Bagge, at
> least until we have a ready-to-use i18n.debian.org
> Martin, I think you can take this as a GO for configuring "the new
> machine" (let's find a nice Swedish name for it!) as close as possible
> as churro, if you think you can do this. If you need sudo access to
> churro, just ask (I don't remember if you have it and I can't check
> right now).

Indeed, I would recommend you to try to have a backup just in case
Churro fails again. It is very likely that it will be down again soon
as we have already seen several times.


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