mmcgrath at redhat.com
Wed Feb 27 14:31:11 UTC 2008
On Wed, 27 Feb 2008, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> On 27.02.2008 11:04, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> > Max Spevack wrote:
> >> We need at least one more good intern job description.
> >> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Interns
> >> Right now we have descriptions and accountable persons for:
> >> * Fedora QA intern
> >> * Fedora bug triage intern
> >> * Fedora infrastructure code monky
> >> * Fedora TV intern
> >> We need to have 5 solid intern job descriptions before the end of the
> >> week. If your piece of Fedora can make a compelling case for a
> >> technical intern, please do so on this page, but ensure that there is a
> >> Red Hat employee who is willing to be accountable for that intern's
> >> daily responsibilities.
> > What's the plan for wevisor? It seems to struck in pre-alpha stage for a
> > long time now. Could interns help?
> Another area where a intern maybe could help:
> Koji still can't be used for EPEL, as the EPEL plague builders use RHEL
> and Koji would spread the RHEL binaries to the world. That becomes more
> and more a PITA for EPEL and a blocker for EPELs growth. For example new
> contributers are not used to plague and don't want to learn it -- thus
> they don't even consider to build their packages for EPEL.
> Some people would like to switch to CentOS on the builders to avoid this
> problem -- that would IMHO look quite bad and creates some other
> problems. Especially when it comes to new Releases (like RHEL X.Y and
> RHEL X), where EPEL could only follow once CentOS catched up. (Note:
> that's the long story short).
> See also: https://hosted.fedoraproject.org/koji/ticket/49
Hopefully the Infrastructure Intern (if we get one) will be able to do
this. Its on the list.
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