XSF Discussion - 2019-04-26

  1. (◠_◠✿)Demon(◕‿◕✿)


  2. MattJ

    Neustradamus, thanks so much

  3. MattJ

    And just so you know, jabber.org is not part of the XSF, it is not managed by iteam

  4. Neustradamus

    Yes yes I know, look https://github.com/xsf/xmpp.org/issues/483 For the "independent" jabber.org service, you can see all (comments too) on the first ticket here: stpeter/jabberdotorg#1 and other here: https://github.com/stpeter/jabberdotorg/issues.

  5. Neustradamus

    But an update of the jabber.org website is needed! And a change of repository on github to org...

  6. MattJ


  7. Neustradamus

    1/ Team is not up-to-date 2/ No support actually, stpeter is a busy guy 3/ A lot of problems

  8. MattJ

    Team looks ok to me

  9. Seve

    nyco, thank you very much for the minutes :) And also thank you MattJ for stepping up! Very appreciated!

  10. Neustradamus

    MattJ: badly there are no support

  11. Neustradamus

    "It is not me..."

  12. Neustradamus

    Have you a date for the migration of jabber.org?

  13. Neustradamus

    Debian, M-Link, DH Key, ...?

  14. Neustradamus

    For have a better server? https://xmpp.net/result.php?domain=jabber.org&type=server + https://xmpp.net/result.php?domain=jabber.org&type=client

  15. Neustradamus

    And for a D-1 cron cert renew? Renew at 89D instead of 90D for have not problems?

  16. ralphm

    Neustradamus: we have told you this many times: the XSF nor its Infrastructure Team run jabber.org or any related services.

  17. Neustradamus

    Yes yes I know, look https://github.com/xsf/xmpp.org/issues/483 For the "independent" jabber.org service, you can see all (comments too) on the first ticket here: stpeter/jabberdotorg#1 and other here: https://github.com/stpeter/jabberdotorg/issues.

  18. Neustradamus

    It is possible to update the jabber.org team ? https://www.jabber.org/team.html ?

  19. ralphm

    I'm aware of the issues, but this room is not the right place to discuss them, and MattJ now leading iteam has nothing to do with them.

  20. Neustradamus


  21. Neustradamus

    How it is possible to contact jabber.org iteam?

  22. Neustradamus

    If not here, not in jabber room too?

  23. ralphm

    Neustradamus: please stop discussing this here. Last time I ask.

  24. Neustradamus

    A lot of tickets wait answers since several months. I have done tickets for have a real trace. It is not about me, it is real. Thanks for the consideration.

  25. ralphm

    You have raised issue in jabber@conference.jabber.org and gotten replies. If you are not satisfied that is not a reason to bother this room with that.

  26. Guus

    I was just about to point to https://www.jabber.org/team.html, which lists that room.

  27. Neustradamus

    Guus: Yes but hard to have the good guy for reply, several times (in several years): "It is not me". You can look all tickets on https://github.com/stpeter/jabberdotorg/issues closed and opened. I have requested to move personal repository to org for a better management of the jabber.org team...

  28. ralphm

    Dude, Peter himself replied in that room.

  29. Guus

    Neustradamus well, that's up to them. There's no point in trying to get a different response from people in this MUC.

  30. ralphm

    We know you are not agreeing with how things work, but you'll just have to accept things and move on.

  31. Neustradamus

    ralphm: The last ticket OK (about cert renew) but not for other point :)

  32. Guus

    I can understand that you're not happy with the (lack of) response that you got, but trying to get different/more responses here will a) not work, and b) annoy people.

  33. ralphm

    Neustradamus: If Peter and others want to run jabber.org a certain way that you disagree with, even after repeated appeals and subsequent rejections, you are just out of luck.

  34. Guus

    On a side-note: One of the strengths of XMPP is that it is fully distributed. If you're unhappy with how jabber.org is ran, you should run your own service and invite people to use it!

  35. Guus

    I'm quite unhappy with having domains in the network that serve a large percentage of the total user base. Spreading them out over more services is good.

  36. Neustradamus

    Of course yes

  37. Guus

    Maybe focus on that?

  38. Neustradamus

    But Jabber.org must be an example

  39. Guus

    I invite you to create a better example

  40. Neustradamus

    The first, and badly not perfect yet (look xmpp.net tests) But I hope improvements soon with the new Debian.

  41. Ge0rG

    use the knowledge from the recent security incident to replace matrix.org with an XMPP server.

  42. Guus


  43. Guus

    Ge0rG did you notice that the badge design jobboard posting thingy got a response?

  44. Ge0rG

    Guus: I did, yes. It's very high on my agenda to respond to that.

  45. Guus

    k, the person appeared to be somewhat annoyed by a lack of response. I must admit that I missed it myself.

  46. Ge0rG

    Guus: it was not the channel I expected to receive responses on.

  47. Guus

    lessons to be learned for our own to-be-realized job-board, Seve !

  48. Seve

    Agree :)

  49. moparisthebest

    Mozilla needs an IRC replacement https://blog.rust-lang.org/2019/04/26/Mozilla-IRC-Sunset-and-the-Rust-Channel.html http://exple.tive.org/blarg/2019/04/26/synchronous-text/

  50. moparisthebest

    Looks like they are getting sucked into walled gardens :'(

  51. moparisthebest

    Discord ugh

  52. pep.

    It's been a while rust has been using discord :(