Re: Questions to the candidates
Frank Küster wrote:
> Martin Schulze <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Frank Küster wrote:
> >> >>5. Do you see any services for our users or developers missing or
> >> >> poorly maintained? If so, which and what do you plan to do to
> >> >> fix this?
> >> >
> >> > I'm not directly aware of anything important missing at the moment. I
> >> > know that we struggled to get packages.d.o running again, but that is
> >> > now in hand. When we do have problems, more visibility on the causes
> >> > and solutions would be useful - that's where we have had problems in
> >> > the past.
> >> >
> >> > I'll turn the question around - what do _you_ think we're missing or
> >> > not maintaining correctly? The services that I need are working OK,
> >> > but I'm only one person.
> >> - Backups. This DPL debate has revealed that actually there are some
> >> meanwhile, but it's not yet properly documented, and some important
> > Where do you want it to be documented?
> > There has been an announcement on debian-devel-announce.
> At some place where it can be found even if you don't want to look up a
> month-old announcement. What about http://db.debian.org/machines.cgi,
> and the developers reference, in the section about "Debian machines"?
Umh... <http://db.debian.org/machines.cgi?host=bartok> already says
"Description: Backup Center of Debian"
Hmm, the developers reference is not my domain. Please send its maintainer
a patch, file a bug report or drop its maintainer a line.
> > There is technical project-internal documentation as well.
> Aha, where?
It's not relevant for the end-user.
And in the da-backup package.
The only stupid question is the unasked one.