Thanks to the hard work of all of our sysadmin team, vmdev has now been powered
Getting vmdev services (trac, git, i18n, userguide) migrated to containers on
maui has been
a huge task, and our sysadmin team has done an *awesome* job. We have maintained
decent uptime throughout the migration.
Thanks Jessica, Niels, and waddlesplash for all the hard work!
Here are the statuses of the services on baron:
* vmweb - Done (drupal, hugo http routes, etc)
* Difficulty: Easy (as of last year, mostly just http redirects to hugo)
* vmdev - Done (trac, git, i18n, userguide)
* Difficulty: Hard Git hooks, trac, lots of automation.
* vmsite - TODO (discourse + forums)
* Difficulty: Easy Discourse is released as a container, vmsite is a manual
* vmpkg - TODO (Haikuports Buildmaster)
* Difficulty: Hard Lots of scripts which run by hooks. No central management
* Test: I have a placeholder on http://build.haiku-os.org for front ends(?).
* vmrepo - TODO (packages.haiku-os.org, haiku depot)
* Difficulty: Moderate -
* baron - WIP (buildbot, misc stuff)
* Difficulty: Moderate - 80% complete. Updated buildbot python code.
* Test: http://build.haiku-os.org (not yet building artifacts we use)
Let me know if anyone notices any disruptions from the vmdev power-off.
-- Alexander von Gluck IV