Re: UDD broken for dde.debian.net
On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 09:03:43AM +0200, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
> On 28/03/12 at 15:52 +0200, Andreas Tille wrote:
> > BTW, I'm a bit concerned that it seems that there is nobody any more who
> > feels responsible for UDD in general and we have a lot of different
> > people plumbing on different places in UDD. Thanks to Lucas we have a
> > really great tool but he obviosely drifted to some other tasks and I
> > think we are in urgent need of somebody who feels able to take over the
> > coordination. (And to say it clearly: I'm fine with helping in some
> > parts but I will not take over this role.)
> Just to clarify my position: I am currently:
> (1) quite busy with real work
Perfectly valid (I'd even accept if you would have been busy with mountain
> (2) quite demotivated by the long standing UDD performance issues, which
> I consider to be mainly caused by the use of extremely old hardware
> (a full bugs import takes < 20 mins on my laptop, vs > 1 hour on
I was not involved that deeply in UDD and thus I was not suffering that
badly from this problem - but I perfectly know what you mean. It just
should not happen that demotivation comes from bad hardware performance.
As far as I understood there is light at the horizont.
> Progress is expected in the next weeks/months on (2) since DSA is
> actively working on setting up a new machine for UDD. Until then, I'll
> try to do the minimal work to keep UDD running (and that does not
> include making changes to DB structure, or reviewing changes that others
> want to make).
Fully understandable! Thanks for giving this explanation and perhaps it
was bad timing for my change. However, I was pushed hardly by people who
have noticed that Blends tasks pages were not updated since mid January
and decided to do the needed change. However, it seems that there are
two different reasons for a breakage:
1. My change showing side effects (all_packages view)
2. Changes in config file which were not commited to SVN
I have no idea who did those changes in 2. but this is simply something
that should not happen and it does not depend from slow hardware or
barely from a lack of time.
> When a new machine is available, I'll make the necessary work to move
> UDD there, and use that opportunity for a big cleanup.
As I said previousely: I can't wait seeing this happen!
And to say it again: Lucas, thanks for all your great work on UDD!