Thanks again for volunteering. I've cc'd everyone that volunteered. I think next steps for you will be to sign up to OpenDev's mailing lists if you haven't already: http://lists.opendev.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/service-announce and http://lists.opendev.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/service-discuss. You may also want to pay attention to https://review.opendev.org/#/q/project:opendev/infra-specs+status:open not necessarily to review every change but to be aware of the big planned updates.
service-announce will be low traffic and used to communicate important announcements broadly like http://lists.opendev.org/pipermail/service-announce/2020-July/000007.html. Ideally we'll be getting your input on relevant changes before they end up on service-announce but good to sign up anyway.
service-discuss is where the bulk of our email communication will happen. I also expect this is where we'll bring things up with the Advisory Board and vice versa. To help kick things off and properly record initial membership I've sent this to service-discuss as well. Feel free to bring up any other bookkeeping or organizational thoughts in this thread and we'll take it from there.
>From a service standpoint some of the things we've been working on recently are Gitea upgrades, containerizing our Zuul and Nodepool deployment, planning a Gerrit upgrade, working on a spec for centralized authentication, and more.
On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 2:30 PM Jeremy Stanley <fungi(a)yuggoth.org> wrote:
> Due to a flood of connections from random addresses within AS4837
> (China Unicom), we have temporarily blocked access to the
> opendev.org Git service from all prefixes they're announcing in BGP.
> This is not a decision we took lightly, but whatever distributed
> system these requests are coming from is not limited to any easily
> classified network set. We're also seeing similar activity from
> AS4134 (ChinaNet), and so may have to add filtering for their
> prefixes too in the near term.
Have those blocks been removed or are they still in place?
> Hopefully we can lift this block once the problematic traffic
> subsides, or as soon as we implement better alternative mitigations.
> Jeremy Stanley
> service-announce mailing list
David, just to confirm our IRC discussion, you'd like us to delete
the https://pypi.org/project/libra/ project from PyPI so someone
else can take over the name? I've also Cc'd the E-mail addresses
listed as "authors" for you and Andrew in the PyPI entry for
completeness. Anyway, if you can reply, I'm happy to assist.