[Foundation-l] Fundraising season launch
brion at pobox.com
Tue Oct 10 23:16:34 UTC 2006
George Herbert wrote:
> I've been wandering around mailing list archives, the
> http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_servers and
> https://wikitech.leuksman.com/view/Main_Page webpages, and ... I still can't
> figure out an entry point or enough status info on what's going on, for
> helping out with the server admin and architecture stuff. I've been told
> the wikitech-l but nothing's there either.
> This is a particularly bad area for the Foundation to have be opaque.
> My day job is a consultant in systems architecture and project management
> for UNIX and Linux. I've designed and built and operated similarly sized
> sites before. I would like to help with this area, from systems
> architecture through operational management and documentation (and hands on
> admin if need be). Where do I start?
The wikitech.leuksman.com wiki is primarily for our own documentation of setup
and administrative actions, and is not used for discussion.
The operations team hangs out in #wikimedia-tech on irc.freenode.net.
Decision-making, such as our recent agreement on which Linux distribution to use
for new installations or picking which hardware to order, tend to be in a
private channel e-mail; such discussions in public tend to get waaaaaaay too
much noise. :P
-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com)
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