Can I get SSH or some other kind of direct file access to wp10.wordpress.net? Jen needs me to make some theme and plugin changes for connecting it to the meetup api’s, for displaying maps and party info and photos and the like.
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Can we please have all Trac installs updated from 1.0 to 1.0.1? In r4654-deploy, I’ve updated the wporg-svn 0005 tag and migration script.
(In particular, http://trac.edgewall.org/changeset/11319 is needed to fix the rendering of attachments ending in *.diff.)
This Trac ticket is not loading: http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/15058. Unicode error.
Somebody saying that their IP is “blocked from plugin and update repository”: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/ip-blocked
Don’t know if it is or not, but thought somebody could check for him.
We need a new VM on xen1.lax for archive.wordpress.org, which should have nginx-base but not PHP. A new wporg-archive role should have the bare minimum – just an nginx config that listens on archive.wordpress.org (SSL not needed) and serves up static files in /home/archive/public_html.
The SSH keys for coffee2code, otto42, and myself should be installed for the archive user. Ideally the user should have the ability do to the following:
- sudo /usr/bin/vim /usr/local/etc/conf.d/archive.wordpress.org.conf
- sudo /etc/init.d/nginx reload
(This has been discussed with and signed off by @barry)
https://*.wordpress.org/ now supports SPDY.
The GlotPress Trac isn’t picking up new SVN commits. It’s stuck on r745, the latest one is r746. Thanks!
We’ve got an IP that can’t reach api.wordpress.org
18.104.22.168 (ours) can ping wordpress.org but not api.wordpress.org, so our poor user cannot have updates. Is there something I can do for him on our end? Or some place I can report random errors like that?
Can I have a new repository created, meta.svn.wordpress.org?
This will serve as a fresh, public repo for dotorg.svn. WP.org would eventually begin to leverage externals of meta, until eventually meta is the main checkout and dotorg is the extra stuff (like config, hyperdb, security, etc.). Its directory structure will ideally mimic dotorg.