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George Vlahavas
Can somebody explain this?

[alcoholix ~/x86_64/slackware-14.0]$ ls
total 2,6M
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 740K janv. 16 22:50 CHECKSUMS.md5
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  198 janv. 16 04:13 CHECKSUMS.md5.asc
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 185K janv. 16 03:54 ChangeLog.txt
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 1,6K août  29 20:27 GPG-KEY
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  922 janv.  4 01:27 MIRROR_README.txt
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 835K janv. 16 18:51 PACKAGES.TXT
lrwxrwxrwx 1 alcoholix users   20 janv.  3 02:10 PACKAGES.TXT.gz ->
.PACKAGES.TXT.gz.php
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 787K janv. 16 05:50 PACKAGES.TXT.tpl

What the hell is this crap? Who did this again?

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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

George Vlahavas
What's all this PHP shit that is regenerating itself and is screwing the repos?

On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 12:00 AM, George Vlahavas <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Can somebody explain this?
>
> [alcoholix ~/x86_64/slackware-14.0]$ ls
> total 2,6M
> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 740K janv. 16 22:50 CHECKSUMS.md5
> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  198 janv. 16 04:13 CHECKSUMS.md5.asc
> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 185K janv. 16 03:54 ChangeLog.txt
> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 1,6K août  29 20:27 GPG-KEY
> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  922 janv.  4 01:27 MIRROR_README.txt
> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 835K janv. 16 18:51 PACKAGES.TXT
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 alcoholix users   20 janv.  3 02:10 PACKAGES.TXT.gz ->
> .PACKAGES.TXT.gz.php
> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 787K janv. 16 05:50 PACKAGES.TXT.tpl
>
> What the hell is this crap? Who did this again?

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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

George Vlahavas
Not only a problem with 14.0, it's also the same shit in 13.37 too.
I'm removing that crap but it gets generated again. What the hell is
going on? What is this php shit? Who put it there?

[alcoholix ~/i486/slackware-14.0]$ ls -lA ../slackware-13.37/
total 1,6M
lrwxrwxrwx 1 alcoholix users    17 janv.  3 02:06 .PACKAGES.TXT.gz.php
-> .PACKAGES.TXT.php
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  1,8K janv. 11 15:11 .PACKAGES.TXT.php
-rwxr-xr-x 1 alcoholix users   106 janv.  3 02:03 .clean-url.sh*
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users   786 janv.  4 01:22 .htaccess
-rwxr-xr-x 1 alcoholix users  1,5K janv.  4 01:21 .install-PACKAGES.TXT.sh*
drwxrwxr-x 2 alcoholix apache 4,0K janv. 16 06:41 .url/
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  681K janv. 16 22:30 CHECKSUMS.md5
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users   198 janv. 16 04:02 CHECKSUMS.md5.asc
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  172K janv. 16 03:54 ChangeLog.txt
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  1,6K déc.  23 15:23 GPG-KEY
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users   922 janv.  4 01:27 MIRROR_README.txt
lrwxrwxrwx 1 alcoholix users    17 janv.  3 02:06 PACKAGES.TXT ->
.PACKAGES.TXT.php
lrwxrwxrwx 1 alcoholix users    20 janv.  3 02:06 PACKAGES.TXT.gz ->
.PACKAGES.TXT.gz.php
-rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  672K janv. 16 06:30 PACKAGES.TXT.tpl
-rwxr-xr-x 1 alcoholix users  4,7K janv. 11 15:12 adddepinfo.sh*
drwxr-xr-x 2 alcoholix users   20K avril 12  2012 deps/
drwxr-xr-x 3 alcoholix users  4,0K janv. 16 22:30 extra/
drwxr-xr-x 3 alcoholix users  4,0K janv. 16 22:30 patches/

On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 12:05 AM, George Vlahavas <[hidden email]> wrote:

> What's all this PHP shit that is regenerating itself and is screwing the repos?
>
> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 12:00 AM, George Vlahavas <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Can somebody explain this?
>>
>> [alcoholix ~/x86_64/slackware-14.0]$ ls
>> total 2,6M
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 740K janv. 16 22:50 CHECKSUMS.md5
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  198 janv. 16 04:13 CHECKSUMS.md5.asc
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 185K janv. 16 03:54 ChangeLog.txt
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 1,6K août  29 20:27 GPG-KEY
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users  922 janv.  4 01:27 MIRROR_README.txt
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 835K janv. 16 18:51 PACKAGES.TXT
>> lrwxrwxrwx 1 alcoholix users   20 janv.  3 02:10 PACKAGES.TXT.gz ->
>> .PACKAGES.TXT.gz.php
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 alcoholix users 787K janv. 16 05:50 PACKAGES.TXT.tpl
>>
>> What the hell is this crap? Who did this again?

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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

jayseye
Are these current errors (below, from slapt-get -u) related to this issue?:

Retrieving package data
[http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/]...Failed to download:
HTTP response code said error
Retrieving package data
[http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/extra/]...Failed to
download: HTTP response code said error

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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

George Vlahavas
Yes, they are. I think I finally fixed them now.

On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 6:23 AM, jayseye <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Are these current errors (below, from slapt-get -u) related to this issue?:
>
> Retrieving package data
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/]...Failed to download:
> HTTP response code said error
> Retrieving package data
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/extra/]...Failed to
> download: HTTP response code said error
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jayseye
Works for me, thanks! Still one non-fatal glitch though, from slapt-get -u:

"Retrieving package data [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...error
attempting to read pkg description
Cached"

Searching the Web turned up a suggestion to delete all .http* cache
files. Tested that and still get the same report. To be fair this is
under Slackel, though it uses the Salix repo. Is this normal /
harmless?

Thanks!
Marc (jayseye)

On 1/17/13, George Vlahavas <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Yes, they are. I think I finally fixed them now.
>
> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 6:23 AM, jayseye <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Are these current errors (below, from slapt-get -u) related to this
>> issue?:
>>
>> Retrieving package data
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/]...Failed to download:
>> HTTP response code said error
>> Retrieving package data
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/extra/]...Failed to
>> download: HTTP response code said error

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George Vlahavas
That is probably a different issue.

Try:
slapt-get --add-keys
slapt-get -u

On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 12:15 PM, jayseye <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Works for me, thanks! Still one non-fatal glitch though, from slapt-get -u:
>
> "Retrieving package data [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...error
> attempting to read pkg description
> Cached"
>
> Searching the Web turned up a suggestion to delete all .http* cache
> files. Tested that and still get the same report. To be fair this is
> under Slackel, though it uses the Salix repo. Is this normal /
> harmless?
>
> Thanks!
> Marc (jayseye)
>
> On 1/17/13, George Vlahavas <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Yes, they are. I think I finally fixed them now.
>>
>> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 6:23 AM, jayseye <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Are these current errors (below, from slapt-get -u) related to this
>>> issue?:
>>>
>>> Retrieving package data
>>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/]...Failed to download:
>>> HTTP response code said error
>>> Retrieving package data
>>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/extra/]...Failed to
>>> download: HTTP response code said error
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jayseye
The "--add-keys" option fixed yet another, *different* problem,
regarding key failure, which I'd also been ignoring. However the
warning remains, "error attempting to read pkg description".

I'm referring to that as a warning because it's non-fatal. The
suggestion to delete the cache files was from Jason, years ago, and
I've yet to turn up anything more recent.

There must be other folks experiencing this, and just failing to
notice, because the update completes with an exit code of 0. So of
course GSlapt ignores it, too.

On 1/17/13, George Vlahavas <[hidden email]> wrote:

> That is probably a different issue.
>
> Try:
> slapt-get --add-keys
> slapt-get -u
>
> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 12:15 PM, jayseye <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Works for me, thanks! Still one non-fatal glitch though, from slapt-get
>> -u:
>>
>> "Retrieving package data [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...error
>> attempting to read pkg description
>> Cached"
>>
>> Searching the Web turned up a suggestion to delete all .http* cache
>> files. Tested that and still get the same report. To be fair this is
>> under Slackel, though it uses the Salix repo. Is this normal /
>> harmless?
>>
>> Thanks!
>> Marc (jayseye)
>>
>> On 1/17/13, George Vlahavas <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Yes, they are. I think I finally fixed them now.
>>>
>>> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 6:23 AM, jayseye <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>> Are these current errors (below, from slapt-get -u) related to this
>>>> issue?:
>>>>
>>>> Retrieving package data
>>>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/]...Failed to download:
>>>> HTTP response code said error
>>>> Retrieving package data
>>>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-13.37/extra/]...Failed to
>>>> download: HTTP response code said error
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> The "--add-keys" option fixed yet another, *different* problem,
> regarding key failure, which I'd also been ignoring. However the
> warning remains, "error attempting to read pkg description".

I've always just ignored that message about "No key for verification",
since I first started using Salix. Now it says "Verified"!

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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

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On 01/17/2013 05:46 AM, jayseye wrote:
The "--add-keys" option fixed yet another, *different* problem,
regarding key failure, which I'd also been ignoring. However the
warning remains, "error attempting to read pkg description".

I'm referring to that as a warning because it's non-fatal. The
suggestion to delete the cache files was from Jason, years ago, and
I've yet to turn up anything more recent.

There must be other folks experiencing this, and just failing to
notice, because the update completes with an exit code of 0. So of
course GSlapt ignores it, too.

Yes, I have it here also.  Can't say that I paid much attention to it.

root[rich]# slapt-get --u
Retrieving package data [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
Retrieving patch list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
Retrieving checksum list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
Retrieving checksum signature [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
Verifying checksum signature [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Verified
Retrieving ChangeLog.txt [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
Reading Package Lists...Done
Retrieving package data [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
Retrieving patch list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Done
Retrieving checksum list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
Retrieving checksum signature [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
Verifying checksum signature [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Verified
Retrieving ChangeLog.txt [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Done
Reading Package Lists...Done
Retrieving package data [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...error attempting to read pkg description
Cached
Retrieving patch list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Done
Retrieving checksum list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
Retrieving checksum signature [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
Verifying checksum signature [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Verified
Retrieving ChangeLog.txt [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
Reading Package Lists...Done
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George Vlahavas
Yes, that one was really a bad description in the package. There were
illegal characters in the slack-desc of the lxrandr package. The
packager obviously thought it was a good idea to have different
descriptions in the i486 and x86_64 packages. I won't even comment on
that. That resulted in lxrandr not showing up at all as an available
package. I have now replaced the lxrandr packages in the repos with my
own builds and you should no longer get that error message.

On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 1:42 PM, Richard Lapointe
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>
> On 01/17/2013 05:46 AM, jayseye wrote:
>
> The "--add-keys" option fixed yet another, *different* problem,
> regarding key failure, which I'd also been ignoring. However the
> warning remains, "error attempting to read pkg description".
>
> I'm referring to that as a warning because it's non-fatal. The
> suggestion to delete the cache files was from Jason, years ago, and
> I've yet to turn up anything more recent.
>
> There must be other folks experiencing this, and just failing to
> notice, because the update completes with an exit code of 0. So of
> course GSlapt ignores it, too.
>
>
> Yes, I have it here also.  Can't say that I paid much attention to it.
>
>
> root[rich]# slapt-get --u
> Retrieving package data
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
> Retrieving patch list
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
> Retrieving checksum list
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
> Retrieving checksum signature
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
> Verifying checksum signature
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Verified
> Retrieving ChangeLog.txt
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
> Reading Package Lists...Done
> Retrieving package data
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
> Retrieving patch list
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Done
> Retrieving checksum list
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
> Retrieving checksum signature
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
> Verifying checksum signature
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Verified
> Retrieving ChangeLog.txt
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Done
> Reading Package Lists...Done
>
> Retrieving package data [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...error
> attempting to read pkg description
> Cached
> Retrieving patch list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Done
> Retrieving checksum list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
> Retrieving checksum signature [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
> Verifying checksum signature
> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Verified
> Retrieving ChangeLog.txt [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
> Reading Package Lists...Done
>
> Rich Lapointe (laprjns)
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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

jayseye
Very cool, all fixed here now, thanks!

So that last quirk was only seen by 32-bit users of Salix 14 or
Slackel, who ran slept-get from the command line, and bothered to
check the output. And to report it. Guess that would be me :-|

Coincidentally, I failed to miss lxrandr because it was already
installed on both of my active my PCs, one currently running Salix
13.37 Fluxbox, and the other, Slackel Openbox.

On 1/17/13, George Vlahavas <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Yes, that one was really a bad description in the package. There were
> illegal characters in the slack-desc of the lxrandr package. The
> packager obviously thought it was a good idea to have different
> descriptions in the i486 and x86_64 packages. I won't even comment on
> that. That resulted in lxrandr not showing up at all as an available
> package. I have now replaced the lxrandr packages in the repos with my
> own builds and you should no longer get that error message.
>
> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 1:42 PM, Richard Lapointe
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> On 01/17/2013 05:46 AM, jayseye wrote:
>>
>> The "--add-keys" option fixed yet another, *different* problem,
>> regarding key failure, which I'd also been ignoring. However the
>> warning remains, "error attempting to read pkg description".
>>
>> I'm referring to that as a warning because it's non-fatal. The
>> suggestion to delete the cache files was from Jason, years ago, and
>> I've yet to turn up anything more recent.
>>
>> There must be other folks experiencing this, and just failing to
>> notice, because the update completes with an exit code of 0. So of
>> course GSlapt ignores it, too.
>>
>>
>> Yes, I have it here also.  Can't say that I paid much attention to it.
>>
>>
>> root[rich]# slapt-get --u
>> Retrieving package data
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
>> Retrieving patch list
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
>> Retrieving checksum list
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
>> Retrieving checksum signature
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
>> Verifying checksum signature
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Verified
>> Retrieving ChangeLog.txt
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/]...Cached
>> Reading Package Lists...Done
>> Retrieving package data
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
>> Retrieving patch list
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Done
>> Retrieving checksum list
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
>> Retrieving checksum signature
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Cached
>> Verifying checksum signature
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Verified
>> Retrieving ChangeLog.txt
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/slackware-14.0/extra/]...Done
>> Reading Package Lists...Done
>>
>> Retrieving package data [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...error
>> attempting to read pkg description
>> Cached
>> Retrieving patch list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Done
>> Retrieving checksum list [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
>> Retrieving checksum signature
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
>> Verifying checksum signature
>> [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Verified
>> Retrieving ChangeLog.txt [http://salix.enialis.net/i486/14.0/]...Cached
>> Reading Package Lists...Done
>>
>> Rich Lapointe (laprjns)
>>
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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

Cyrille Pontvieux-2
In reply to this post by George Vlahavas
As gapan sudently remembered I am the maintainer of salix.enialis.net,
and starting fighting me on the public ML, I report back the room
changelog here.

[18:44:45] gapan: JRD: was that php crap your mess?
[18:45:59] JRD: oh
[18:46:12] JRD: you finally remember I am the maintainer of enialis.net
?

[18:46:26] gapan: I finally remember?
[18:46:37] gapan: are you the only one that has access to the repos?
[18:46:39] JRD: well yes, you posted on the ML
[18:46:44] JRD: asking...
[18:46:53] JRD: I am not
[18:46:54] gapan: of course I'm asking
[18:46:55] JRD: the only one
[18:46:59] JRD: but you could have asked me
[18:47:02] gapan: I didn't know who was responsible
[18:47:06] JRD: I am
[18:47:09] gapan: it was 2:00 am here
[18:47:12] gapan: nobody was online
[18:47:18] gapan: you weren't
[18:47:26] JRD: and your dropped all my files 17 minutes later
[18:47:32] gapan: of course
[18:47:33] JRD: without copying them in a folder
[18:47:37] gapan: why should I?
[18:47:41] gapan: it was a huge bloody mess
[18:47:44] JRD: thanks for wasting me lot of works
[18:47:49] JRD: no ti wasn't
[18:47:57] JRD: you just simply didn't understood
[18:48:20] JRD: you're not in a position to do that
[18:48:22] gapan: well thanks for messing up the repos and making me
waste an hour after midnight trying to fix them
[18:48:25] JRD: it's my server
[18:48:34] JRD: waste one hour ?.??
[18:48:36] JRD: your kidding
[18:48:45] gapan: am I?
[18:48:57] JRD: you have made me waste lots lots lots of hourSSS
[18:49:05] JRD: and it was perfectly working
[18:49:11] gapan: in this case, I don't care
[18:49:13] gapan: no it wasn't
[18:49:16] JRD: there was absolutley no ERROR
[18:49:22] JRD: yes it was
[18:49:25] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question marks
[18:49:26] JRD: it was working
[18:49:29] gapan: no it wasn't
[18:49:33] JRD: no it doesn't
[18:49:41] gapan: it had made a huge bloody fucking mess
[18:49:48] JRD: no it doesn't
[18:49:52] JRD: your wronf
[18:49:57] JRD: wrong
[18:49:59] gapan: in another repo, the PACKAGES.TXT file only had some
php code
[18:49:59] JRD: 100% wxrong
[18:50:05] gapan: no, you are wrong
[18:50:07] JRD: and you should not have touch this files
[18:50:15] gapan: you are so fucking wrong
[18:50:21] JRD: this is normal, I changed this
[18:50:23] gapan: no, you should have never created them
[18:50:26] gapan: never
[18:50:28] JRD: we already pseak about his earlier
[18:50:36] gapan: when did you ask me about this?
[18:50:41] JRD: you cannot make what you want everywhere
[18:50:42] gapan: why did you put them there?
[18:50:58] gapan: if I'm supposed to be the fucking leader of this
distribution, yes I can
[18:51:04] JRD: these questions should have been asked by you BEFORE
removing all the files
[18:51:12] JRD: you broke some Salix mirrors
[18:51:17] JRD: because I talked to them
[18:51:20] gapan: these files should have been put there after you
asked me
[18:51:28] gapan: you never consulted me about them
[18:51:33] JRD: leader doesn not mean "full power"
[18:51:41] gapan: not even now I know what the fuck they were for
[18:51:54] JRD:  gapan: these files should have been put there after
you asked me <== no it's my server, my responsabilityu
[18:52:05] JRD: I shouldn't ahve consulted you
[18:52:16] JRD: you just didn't READ the Readme
[18:52:25] JRD: you just THOUGHT it was crap
[18:52:34] JRD: and your reponsible for wasting my work
[18:52:37] JRD: without backup
[18:52:44] gapan: I don't know about any README
[18:52:49] JRD: READ !!
[18:52:53] JRD: fucking READ
[18:52:57] gapan: I know that somebody reported that the repos were
broken in irc
[18:52:58] JRD: there is a README file in the folder
[18:53:14] gapan: I went to see what was going on and I saw all that
huge mess
[18:53:14] JRD: it was not broken
[18:53:20] gapan: IT WAS
[18:53:25] JRD: he forgot to do "--add-keys"'
[18:53:25] gapan: STOP DENYING THAT]
[18:53:29] gapan: no
[18:53:32] JRD: no it wasn't
[18:53:39] JRD: it is like thatr for weeks
[18:53:40] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question marks
[18:53:51] JRD: maybe someone else did change it
[18:53:51] gapan: well, now the shit hit the fan it seems
[18:53:54] gapan: and something broke
[18:53:59] gapan: I don't know
[18:54:06] gapan: I was never notified about any change
[18:54:09] gapan: not for yours
[18:54:13] JRD: I didn't put fucking questions marks in this file !
[18:54:14] gapan: and not for any other change
[18:54:28] gapan: and I should have been the first person to consult
about any change like this
[18:54:32] JRD: maybe someone else did, but in the end, you shouldn't
ahve deleted my scripts
[18:54:37] JRD: you should  first : ask
[18:54:42] JRD: second : move it
[18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care
[18:54:50] gapan: no, you should ask before changing everything
[18:54:55] JRD: [18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care <== you
should care
[18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
[18:55:05] gapan: no, I shouldn't care if you wasted my time
[18:55:05] JRD: IT IS MY SERVER !!!
[18:55:10] gapan: and if you broke everytrhing
[18:55:12] JRD: MINE not yours
[18:55:13] gapan: IT"S MY REPO
[18:55:17] JRD: no it is NOT
[18:55:18] gapan: GOT IT?
[18:55:25] JRD: not it is not
[18:55:29] JRD: it is Salix REPO
[18:55:31] JRD: not yours
[18:55:41] gapan: yeah, only 98% of packages are mine
[18:56:02] JRD: [18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
<== because the choosen server is slow for some people.....very slow,
sometimes unresponsive
[18:56:07] JRD: lol you're kidding
[18:56:13] JRD: learn to count
[18:56:18] JRD: *compute
[18:56:24] gapan: I won't tolerate this
[18:56:25] JRD: packages are yours
[18:56:30] gapan: I'm expecting an apology
[18:56:34] gapan: until then, I'm out
[18:57:00] JRD: for you information, there is another Slackware repo :
mirros.slackware.com that do laod balancing and find nearest mirror
[18:57:12] JRD: « I  » expect apology
[18:57:16] JRD: for wasting my work
[18:57:22] JRD: for insulting me AGAIN on the ML
[18:57:32] JRD: whereas you know I did the change and you have my email
[18:58:35] JRD: and Moreover, this should be discuss privately...why do
you think it is usefull to discuss this on the public room ???

Cyrille/JRD

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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

modenas88
and i486 respectively,
was full of question marks (4-5 lines) when I browse them whith firefox and chromium on Salix.
Before that, I got an relative error from Gslapt, which I confirm it with slapt-get -u.

Furthermore an other mirror, and in the same files -eg http://ftp.cc.uoc.gr/mirrors/linux/salix/x86_64/slackware-14.0/PACKAGES.TXT-
 had some php code started with "<php?" , if I remember exactly!

Time: ~1:00 [+2] 17/01

Best regards to Salix Team,
spirosg


2013/1/17 Cyrille Pontvieux <[hidden email]>
As gapan sudently remembered I am the maintainer of salix.enialis.net,
and starting fighting me on the public ML, I report back the room
changelog here.

[18:44:45] gapan: JRD: was that php crap your mess?
[18:45:59] JRD: oh
[18:46:12] JRD: you finally remember I am the maintainer of enialis.net
?

[18:46:26] gapan: I finally remember?
[18:46:37] gapan: are you the only one that has access to the repos?
[18:46:39] JRD: well yes, you posted on the ML
[18:46:44] JRD: asking...
[18:46:53] JRD: I am not
[18:46:54] gapan: of course I'm asking
[18:46:55] JRD: the only one
[18:46:59] JRD: but you could have asked me
[18:47:02] gapan: I didn't know who was responsible
[18:47:06] JRD: I am
[18:47:09] gapan: it was 2:00 am here
[18:47:12] gapan: nobody was online
[18:47:18] gapan: you weren't
[18:47:26] JRD: and your dropped all my files 17 minutes later
[18:47:32] gapan: of course
[18:47:33] JRD: without copying them in a folder
[18:47:37] gapan: why should I?
[18:47:41] gapan: it was a huge bloody mess
[18:47:44] JRD: thanks for wasting me lot of works
[18:47:49] JRD: no ti wasn't
[18:47:57] JRD: you just simply didn't understood
[18:48:20] JRD: you're not in a position to do that
[18:48:22] gapan: well thanks for messing up the repos and making me
waste an hour after midnight trying to fix them
[18:48:25] JRD: it's my server
[18:48:34] JRD: waste one hour ?.??
[18:48:36] JRD: your kidding
[18:48:45] gapan: am I?
[18:48:57] JRD: you have made me waste lots lots lots of hourSSS
[18:49:05] JRD: and it was perfectly working
[18:49:11] gapan: in this case, I don't care
[18:49:13] gapan: no it wasn't
[18:49:16] JRD: there was absolutley no ERROR
[18:49:22] JRD: yes it was
[18:49:25] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question marks
[18:49:26] JRD: it was working
[18:49:29] gapan: no it wasn't
[18:49:33] JRD: no it doesn't
[18:49:41] gapan: it had made a huge bloody fucking mess
[18:49:48] JRD: no it doesn't
[18:49:52] JRD: your wronf
[18:49:57] JRD: wrong
[18:49:59] gapan: in another repo, the PACKAGES.TXT file only had some
php code
[18:49:59] JRD: 100% wxrong
[18:50:05] gapan: no, you are wrong
[18:50:07] JRD: and you should not have touch this files
[18:50:15] gapan: you are so fucking wrong
[18:50:21] JRD: this is normal, I changed this
[18:50:23] gapan: no, you should have never created them
[18:50:26] gapan: never
[18:50:28] JRD: we already pseak about his earlier
[18:50:36] gapan: when did you ask me about this?
[18:50:41] JRD: you cannot make what you want everywhere
[18:50:42] gapan: why did you put them there?
[18:50:58] gapan: if I'm supposed to be the fucking leader of this
distribution, yes I can
[18:51:04] JRD: these questions should have been asked by you BEFORE
removing all the files
[18:51:12] JRD: you broke some Salix mirrors
[18:51:17] JRD: because I talked to them
[18:51:20] gapan: these files should have been put there after you
asked me
[18:51:28] gapan: you never consulted me about them
[18:51:33] JRD: leader doesn not mean "full power"
[18:51:41] gapan: not even now I know what the fuck they were for
[18:51:54] JRD:  gapan: these files should have been put there after
you asked me <== no it's my server, my responsabilityu
[18:52:05] JRD: I shouldn't ahve consulted you
[18:52:16] JRD: you just didn't READ the Readme
[18:52:25] JRD: you just THOUGHT it was crap
[18:52:34] JRD: and your reponsible for wasting my work
[18:52:37] JRD: without backup
[18:52:44] gapan: I don't know about any README
[18:52:49] JRD: READ !!
[18:52:53] JRD: fucking READ
[18:52:57] gapan: I know that somebody reported that the repos were
broken in irc
[18:52:58] JRD: there is a README file in the folder
[18:53:14] gapan: I went to see what was going on and I saw all that
huge mess
[18:53:14] JRD: it was not broken
[18:53:20] gapan: IT WAS
[18:53:25] JRD: he forgot to do "--add-keys"'
[18:53:25] gapan: STOP DENYING THAT]
[18:53:29] gapan: no
[18:53:32] JRD: no it wasn't
[18:53:39] JRD: it is like thatr for weeks
[18:53:40] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question marks
[18:53:51] JRD: maybe someone else did change it
[18:53:51] gapan: well, now the shit hit the fan it seems
[18:53:54] gapan: and something broke
[18:53:59] gapan: I don't know
[18:54:06] gapan: I was never notified about any change
[18:54:09] gapan: not for yours
[18:54:13] JRD: I didn't put fucking questions marks in this file !
[18:54:14] gapan: and not for any other change
[18:54:28] gapan: and I should have been the first person to consult
about any change like this
[18:54:32] JRD: maybe someone else did, but in the end, you shouldn't
ahve deleted my scripts
[18:54:37] JRD: you should  first : ask
[18:54:42] JRD: second : move it
[18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care
[18:54:50] gapan: no, you should ask before changing everything
[18:54:55] JRD: [18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care <== you
should care
[18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
[18:55:05] gapan: no, I shouldn't care if you wasted my time
[18:55:05] JRD: IT IS MY SERVER !!!
[18:55:10] gapan: and if you broke everytrhing
[18:55:12] JRD: MINE not yours
[18:55:13] gapan: IT"S MY REPO
[18:55:17] JRD: no it is NOT
[18:55:18] gapan: GOT IT?
[18:55:25] JRD: not it is not
[18:55:29] JRD: it is Salix REPO
[18:55:31] JRD: not yours
[18:55:41] gapan: yeah, only 98% of packages are mine
[18:56:02] JRD: [18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
<== because the choosen server is slow for some people.....very slow,
sometimes unresponsive
[18:56:07] JRD: lol you're kidding
[18:56:13] JRD: learn to count
[18:56:18] JRD: *compute
[18:56:24] gapan: I won't tolerate this
[18:56:25] JRD: packages are yours
[18:56:30] gapan: I'm expecting an apology
[18:56:34] gapan: until then, I'm out
[18:57:00] JRD: for you information, there is another Slackware repo :
mirros.slackware.com that do laod balancing and find nearest mirror
[18:57:12] JRD: « I  » expect apology
[18:57:16] JRD: for wasting my work
[18:57:22] JRD: for insulting me AGAIN on the ML
[18:57:32] JRD: whereas you know I did the change and you have my email
[18:58:35] JRD: and Moreover, this should be discuss privately...why do
you think it is usefull to discuss this on the public room ???

Cyrille/JRD

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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

Cyrille Pontvieux-2

Well, I didn't change anything on it for a while. And I use it very often. So perhaps someone touch it in the wrong way by accident. All the team have access to these files.

It works for weeks without any problem, I don't know how those "questions marks" appear in this file, but it's not my fault and it didn't deserve that all files to be erased (without any backup).

I cannot see any problem (apart from the choosen mirror in Germany) on the link you put on ftp.cc.uoc.gr

Not understanding a thing is not an acceptable excuse for erasing the whole. If there was a problem in the file, he should have contacted me. By the way regenerate it with adddepinfo script (not the current one, the one I modified/corrected, which is now lost) would have corrected the corrupted file.

I wait for apologies from George from having erasing my scripts without warning and for having being rude to me.

He waits for apologies from me...but I don't see why and for what. So he could still wait forever.

JRD.

 

Le 2013-01-17 22:50, modenas88 a écrit :

and i486 respectively,
was full of question marks (4-5 lines) when I browse them whith firefox and chromium on Salix.
Before that, I got an relative error from Gslapt, which I confirm it with slapt-get -u.

Furthermore an other mirror, and in the same files -eg http://ftp.cc.uoc.gr/mirrors/linux/salix/x86_64/slackware-14.0/PACKAGES.TXT-
 had some php code started with "
Time: ~1:00 [+2] 17/01

Best regards to Salix Team,
spirosg


2013/1/17 Cyrille Pontvieux <[hidden email]>
As gapan sudently remembered I am the maintainer of salix.enialis.net,
and starting fighting me on the public ML, I report back the room
changelog here.

[18:44:45] gapan: JRD: was that php crap your mess?
[18:45:59] JRD: oh
[18:46:12] JRD: you finally remember I am the maintainer of enialis.net
?

[18:46:26] gapan: I finally remember?
[18:46:37] gapan: are you the only one that has access to the repos?
[18:46:39] JRD: well yes, you posted on the ML
[18:46:44] JRD: asking...
[18:46:53] JRD: I am not
[18:46:54] gapan: of course I'm asking
[18:46:55] JRD: the only one
[18:46:59] JRD: but you could have asked me
[18:47:02] gapan: I didn't know who was responsible
[18:47:06] JRD: I am
[18:47:09] gapan: it was 2:00 am here
[18:47:12] gapan: nobody was online
[18:47:18] gapan: you weren't
[18:47:26] JRD: and your dropped all my files 17 minutes later
[18:47:32] gapan: of course
[18:47:33] JRD: without copying them in a folder
[18:47:37] gapan: why should I?
[18:47:41] gapan: it was a huge bloody mess
[18:47:44] JRD: thanks for wasting me lot of works
[18:47:49] JRD: no ti wasn't
[18:47:57] JRD: you just simply didn't understood
[18:48:20] JRD: you're not in a position to do that
[18:48:22] gapan: well thanks for messing up the repos and making me
waste an hour after midnight trying to fix them
[18:48:25] JRD: it's my server
[18:48:34] JRD: waste one hour ?.??
[18:48:36] JRD: your kidding
[18:48:45] gapan: am I?
[18:48:57] JRD: you have made me waste lots lots lots of hourSSS
[18:49:05] JRD: and it was perfectly working
[18:49:11] gapan: in this case, I don't care
[18:49:13] gapan: no it wasn't
[18:49:16] JRD: there was absolutley no ERROR
[18:49:22] JRD: yes it was
[18:49:25] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question marks
[18:49:26] JRD: it was working
[18:49:29] gapan: no it wasn't
[18:49:33] JRD: no it doesn't
[18:49:41] gapan: it had made a huge bloody fucking mess
[18:49:48] JRD: no it doesn't
[18:49:52] JRD: your wronf
[18:49:57] JRD: wrong
[18:49:59] gapan: in another repo, the PACKAGES.TXT file only had some
php code
[18:49:59] JRD: 100% wxrong
[18:50:05] gapan: no, you are wrong
[18:50:07] JRD: and you should not have touch this files
[18:50:15] gapan: you are so fucking wrong
[18:50:21] JRD: this is normal, I changed this
[18:50:23] gapan: no, you should have never created them
[18:50:26] gapan: never
[18:50:28] JRD: we already pseak about his earlier
[18:50:36] gapan: when did you ask me about this?
[18:50:41] JRD: you cannot make what you want everywhere
[18:50:42] gapan: why did you put them there?
[18:50:58] gapan: if I'm supposed to be the fucking leader of this
distribution, yes I can
[18:51:04] JRD: these questions should have been asked by you BEFORE
removing all the files
[18:51:12] JRD: you broke some Salix mirrors
[18:51:17] JRD: because I talked to them
[18:51:20] gapan: these files should have been put there after you
asked me
[18:51:28] gapan: you never consulted me about them
[18:51:33] JRD: leader doesn not mean "full power"
[18:51:41] gapan: not even now I know what the fuck they were for
[18:51:54] JRD:  gapan: these files should have been put there after
you asked me [18:52:05] JRD: I shouldn't ahve consulted you
[18:52:16] JRD: you just didn't READ the Readme
[18:52:25] JRD: you just THOUGHT it was crap
[18:52:34] JRD: and your reponsible for wasting my work
[18:52:37] JRD: without backup
[18:52:44] gapan: I don't know about any README
[18:52:49] JRD: READ !!
[18:52:53] JRD: fucking READ
[18:52:57] gapan: I know that somebody reported that the repos were
broken in irc
[18:52:58] JRD: there is a README file in the folder
[18:53:14] gapan: I went to see what was going on and I saw all that
huge mess
[18:53:14] JRD: it was not broken
[18:53:20] gapan: IT WAS
[18:53:25] JRD: he forgot to do "--add-keys"'
[18:53:25] gapan: STOP DENYING THAT]
[18:53:29] gapan: no
[18:53:32] JRD: no it wasn't
[18:53:39] JRD: it is like thatr for weeks
[18:53:40] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question marks
[18:53:51] JRD: maybe someone else did change it
[18:53:51] gapan: well, now the shit hit the fan it seems
[18:53:54] gapan: and something broke
[18:53:59] gapan: I don't know
[18:54:06] gapan: I was never notified about any change
[18:54:09] gapan: not for yours
[18:54:13] JRD: I didn't put fucking questions marks in this file !
[18:54:14] gapan: and not for any other change
[18:54:28] gapan: and I should have been the first person to consult
about any change like this
[18:54:32] JRD: maybe someone else did, but in the end, you shouldn't
ahve deleted my scripts
[18:54:37] JRD: you should  first : ask
[18:54:42] JRD: second : move it
[18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care
[18:54:50] gapan: no, you should ask before changing everything
[18:54:55] JRD: [18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care should care
[18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
[18:55:05] gapan: no, I shouldn't care if you wasted my time
[18:55:05] JRD: IT IS MY SERVER !!!
[18:55:10] gapan: and if you broke everytrhing
[18:55:12] JRD: MINE not yours
[18:55:13] gapan: IT"S MY REPO
[18:55:17] JRD: no it is NOT
[18:55:18] gapan: GOT IT?
[18:55:25] JRD: not it is not
[18:55:29] JRD: it is Salix REPO
[18:55:31] JRD: not yours
[18:55:41] gapan: yeah, only 98% of packages are mine
[18:56:02] JRD: [18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
sometimes unresponsive
[18:56:07] JRD: lol you're kidding
[18:56:13] JRD: learn to count
[18:56:18] JRD: *compute
[18:56:24] gapan: I won't tolerate this
[18:56:25] JRD: packages are yours
[18:56:30] gapan: I'm expecting an apology
[18:56:34] gapan: until then, I'm out
[18:57:00] JRD: for you information, there is another Slackware repo :
mirros.slackware.com that do laod balancing and find nearest mirror
[18:57:12] JRD: « I  » expect apology
[18:57:16] JRD: for wasting my work
[18:57:22] JRD: for insulting me AGAIN on the ML
[18:57:32] JRD: whereas you know I did the change and you have my email
[18:58:35] JRD: and Moreover, this should be discuss privately...why do
you think it is usefull to discuss this on the public room ???

Cyrille/JRD

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Cyrille Pontvieux-2

Well all in all, I think I need apologies, but to the whole team.

Even it is my server, I should have noticed the team about this change, because it's an important change and because it's the primary Salix respository.

If I done such a thing, things would have been clearer and easier to identify the problem.

I think the problem with questions marks in the PACKAGES.TXT could have been related to the weird character in the lxrandr description. One of "adddepinfo.sh" or my php script didn't handle it correctly and produced corrupted output.

So again, I apology for not having notice the team about the change in the generation of the PACKAGES.TXT of Slackware.

Cyrille/JRD

 

Le 2013-01-17 23:19, Cyrille Pontvieux a écrit :

Well, I didn't change anything on it for a while. And I use it very often. So perhaps someone touch it in the wrong way by accident. All the team have access to these files.

It works for weeks without any problem, I don't know how those "questions marks" appear in this file, but it's not my fault and it didn't deserve that all files to be erased (without any backup).

I cannot see any problem (apart from the choosen mirror in Germany) on the link you put on ftp.cc.uoc.gr

Not understanding a thing is not an acceptable excuse for erasing the whole. If there was a problem in the file, he should have contacted me. By the way regenerate it with adddepinfo script (not the current one, the one I modified/corrected, which is now lost) would have corrected the corrupted file.

I wait for apologies from George from having erasing my scripts without warning and for having being rude to me.

He waits for apologies from me...but I don't see why and for what. So he could still wait forever.

JRD.

 

Le 2013-01-17 22:50, modenas88 a écrit :

and i486 respectively,
was full of question marks (4-5 lines) when I browse them whith firefox and chromium on Salix.
Before that, I got an relative error from Gslapt, which I confirm it with slapt-get -u.

Furthermore an other mirror, and in the same files -eg http://ftp.cc.uoc.gr/mirrors/linux/salix/x86_64/slackware-14.0/PACKAGES.TXT-
 had some php code started with "
Time: ~1:00 [+2] 17/01

Best regards to Salix Team,
spirosg


2013/1/17 Cyrille Pontvieux <[hidden email]>
As gapan sudently remembered I am the maintainer of salix.enialis.net,
and starting fighting me on the public ML, I report back the room
changelog here.

[18:44:45] gapan: JRD: was that php crap your mess?
[18:45:59] JRD: oh
[18:46:12] JRD: you finally remember I am the maintainer of enialis.net
?

[18:46:26] gapan: I finally remember?
[18:46:37] gapan: are you the only one that has access to the repos?
[18:46:39] JRD: well yes, you posted on the ML
[18:46:44] JRD: asking...
[18:46:53] JRD: I am not
[18:46:54] gapan: of course I'm asking
[18:46:55] JRD: the only one
[18:46:59] JRD: but you could have asked me
[18:47:02] gapan: I didn't know who was responsible
[18:47:06] JRD: I am
[18:47:09] gapan: it was 2:00 am here
[18:47:12] gapan: nobody was online
[18:47:18] gapan: you weren't
[18:47:26] JRD: and your dropped all my files 17 minutes later
[18:47:32] gapan: of course
[18:47:33] JRD: without copying them in a folder
[18:47:37] gapan: why should I?
[18:47:41] gapan: it was a huge bloody mess
[18:47:44] JRD: thanks for wasting me lot of works
[18:47:49] JRD: no ti wasn't
[18:47:57] JRD: you just simply didn't understood
[18:48:20] JRD: you're not in a position to do that
[18:48:22] gapan: well thanks for messing up the repos and making me
waste an hour after midnight trying to fix them
[18:48:25] JRD: it's my server
[18:48:34] JRD: waste one hour ?.??
[18:48:36] JRD: your kidding
[18:48:45] gapan: am I?
[18:48:57] JRD: you have made me waste lots lots lots of hourSSS
[18:49:05] JRD: and it was perfectly working
[18:49:11] gapan: in this case, I don't care
[18:49:13] gapan: no it wasn't
[18:49:16] JRD: there was absolutley no ERROR
[18:49:22] JRD: yes it was
[18:49:25] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question marks
[18:49:26] JRD: it was working
[18:49:29] gapan: no it wasn't
[18:49:33] JRD: no it doesn't
[18:49:41] gapan: it had made a huge bloody fucking mess
[18:49:48] JRD: no it doesn't
[18:49:52] JRD: your wronf
[18:49:57] JRD: wrong
[18:49:59] gapan: in another repo, the PACKAGES.TXT file only had some
php code
[18:49:59] JRD: 100% wxrong
[18:50:05] gapan: no, you are wrong
[18:50:07] JRD: and you should not have touch this files
[18:50:15] gapan: you are so fucking wrong
[18:50:21] JRD: this is normal, I changed this
[18:50:23] gapan: no, you should have never created them
[18:50:26] gapan: never
[18:50:28] JRD: we already pseak about his earlier
[18:50:36] gapan: when did you ask me about this?
[18:50:41] JRD: you cannot make what you want everywhere
[18:50:42] gapan: why did you put them there?
[18:50:58] gapan: if I'm supposed to be the fucking leader of this
distribution, yes I can
[18:51:04] JRD: these questions should have been asked by you BEFORE
removing all the files
[18:51:12] JRD: you broke some Salix mirrors
[18:51:17] JRD: because I talked to them
[18:51:20] gapan: these files should have been put there after you
asked me
[18:51:28] gapan: you never consulted me about them
[18:51:33] JRD: leader doesn not mean "full power"
[18:51:41] gapan: not even now I know what the fuck they were for
[18:51:54] JRD:  gapan: these files should have been put there after
you asked me [18:52:05] JRD: I shouldn't ahve consulted you
[18:52:16] JRD: you just didn't READ the Readme
[18:52:25] JRD: you just THOUGHT it was crap
[18:52:34] JRD: and your reponsible for wasting my work
[18:52:37] JRD: without backup
[18:52:44] gapan: I don't know about any README
[18:52:49] JRD: READ !!
[18:52:53] JRD: fucking READ
[18:52:57] gapan: I know that somebody reported that the repos were
broken in irc
[18:52:58] JRD: there is a README file in the folder
[18:53:14] gapan: I went to see what was going on and I saw all that
huge mess
[18:53:14] JRD: it was not broken
[18:53:20] gapan: IT WAS
[18:53:25] JRD: he forgot to do "--add-keys"'
[18:53:25] gapan: STOP DENYING THAT]
[18:53:29] gapan: no
[18:53:32] JRD: no it wasn't
[18:53:39] JRD: it is like thatr for weeks
[18:53:40] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question marks
[18:53:51] JRD: maybe someone else did change it
[18:53:51] gapan: well, now the shit hit the fan it seems
[18:53:54] gapan: and something broke
[18:53:59] gapan: I don't know
[18:54:06] gapan: I was never notified about any change
[18:54:09] gapan: not for yours
[18:54:13] JRD: I didn't put fucking questions marks in this file !
[18:54:14] gapan: and not for any other change
[18:54:28] gapan: and I should have been the first person to consult
about any change like this
[18:54:32] JRD: maybe someone else did, but in the end, you shouldn't
ahve deleted my scripts
[18:54:37] JRD: you should  first : ask
[18:54:42] JRD: second : move it
[18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care
[18:54:50] gapan: no, you should ask before changing everything
[18:54:55] JRD: [18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care should care
[18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
[18:55:05] gapan: no, I shouldn't care if you wasted my time
[18:55:05] JRD: IT IS MY SERVER !!!
[18:55:10] gapan: and if you broke everytrhing
[18:55:12] JRD: MINE not yours
[18:55:13] gapan: IT"S MY REPO
[18:55:17] JRD: no it is NOT
[18:55:18] gapan: GOT IT?
[18:55:25] JRD: not it is not
[18:55:29] JRD: it is Salix REPO
[18:55:31] JRD: not yours
[18:55:41] gapan: yeah, only 98% of packages are mine
[18:56:02] JRD: [18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
sometimes unresponsive
[18:56:07] JRD: lol you're kidding
[18:56:13] JRD: learn to count
[18:56:18] JRD: *compute
[18:56:24] gapan: I won't tolerate this
[18:56:25] JRD: packages are yours
[18:56:30] gapan: I'm expecting an apology
[18:56:34] gapan: until then, I'm out
[18:57:00] JRD: for you information, there is another Slackware repo :
mirros.slackware.com that do laod balancing and find nearest mirror
[18:57:12] JRD: « I  » expect apology
[18:57:16] JRD: for wasting my work
[18:57:22] JRD: for insulting me AGAIN on the ML
[18:57:32] JRD: whereas you know I did the change and you have my email
[18:58:35] JRD: and Moreover, this should be discuss privately...why do
you think it is usefull to discuss this on the public room ???

Cyrille/JRD

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Re: [Salix-main] Screwed up repo

Andreas Born
Thanks, Cyrille, I think such a step was overdue from either one side.
Obviously, such a corruption of a production system should never happen
(and probably could have been prevented). But, shit happens.

Long, long ago, back when Salix was just an idea, I remember one central
aspect emerged for our work: communication. Every part of the project --
as far as reasonable -- should be discussed and mutually negotiated, was
the general attitude. The reason was pretty obvious back then ...
Maybe the problem lies here with lack of communication, maybe the
solution lies with a return to Salix' origin and the reasons therefor.
Definitively, a harsh undertone and enforcing one's own oppinion won't
help. The latter happened here more than once through uncommunicated
changes.
After all, in my opinion, we've got a very knowledgeable and capable
team -- I've seen quite the opposite -- and everybody seems willing to
accept and correct his own mistakes. Just pointing out how predictable
that unwanted outcome would have been to one self won't help. Even more
for problems with small impact.

Let's work together to deal frankly with mistakes and to allow for their
early discovery through communication. In the end that makes just
everyone individually and the team alltogether better.

Regards,
Andreas

Am 18.01.2013 00:07, schrieb Cyrille Pontvieux:

>
> Well all in all, I think I need apologies, but to the whole team.
>
> Even it is my server, I should have noticed the team about this
> change, because it's an important change and because it's the primary
> Salix respository.
>
> If I done such a thing, things would have been clearer and easier to
> identify the problem.
>
> I think the problem with questions marks in the PACKAGES.TXT could
> have been related to the weird character in the lxrandr description.
> One of "adddepinfo.sh" or my php script didn't handle it correctly and
> produced corrupted output.
>
> So again, I apology for not having notice the team about the change in
> the generation of the PACKAGES.TXT of Slackware.
>
> Cyrille/JRD
>
> Le 2013-01-17 23:19, Cyrille Pontvieux a écrit :
>
>> Well, I didn't change anything on it for a while. And I use it very
>> often. So perhaps someone touch it in the wrong way by accident. All
>> the team have access to these files.
>>
>> It works for weeks without any problem, I don't know how those
>> "questions marks" appear in this file, but it's not my fault and it
>> didn't deserve that all files to be erased (without any backup).
>>
>> I cannot see any problem (apart from the choosen mirror in Germany)
>> on the link you put on ftp.cc.uoc.gr
>>
>> Not understanding a thing is not an acceptable excuse for erasing the
>> whole. If there was a problem in the file, he should have contacted
>> me. By the way regenerate it with adddepinfo script (not the current
>> one, the one I modified/corrected, which is now lost) would have
>> corrected the corrupted file.
>>
>> I wait for apologies from George from having erasing my scripts
>> without warning and for having being rude to me.
>>
>> He waits for apologies from me...but I don't see why and for what. So
>> he could still wait forever.
>>
>> JRD.
>>
>> Le 2013-01-17 22:50, modenas88 a écrit :
>>
>>     I just sent this mail to confirm than the
>>     http://salix.enialis.net/x86_64/slackware-14.0/PACKAGES.TXT
>>     http://salix.enialis.net/x86_64/slackware-14.0/extra/PACKAGES.TXT
>>     http://salix.enialis.net/x86_64/slackware-14.0/patches/PACKAGES.TXT
>>     and i486 respectively,
>>     was full of question marks (4-5 lines) when I browse them whith
>>     firefox and chromium on Salix.
>>     Before that, I got an relative error from Gslapt, which I confirm
>>     it with slapt-get -u.
>>
>>     Furthermore an other mirror, and in the same files -eg
>>     http://ftp.cc.uoc.gr/mirrors/linux/salix/x86_64/slackware-14.0/PACKAGES.TXT-
>>     had some php code started with "
>>     Time: ~1:00 [+2] 17/01
>>
>>     Best regards to Salix Team,
>>     spirosg
>>
>>
>>     2013/1/17 Cyrille Pontvieux <[hidden email]
>>     <mailto:[hidden email]>>
>>
>>         As gapan sudently remembered I am the maintainer of
>>         salix.enialis.net <http://salix.enialis.net>,
>>         and starting fighting me on the public ML, I report back the room
>>         changelog here.
>>
>>         [18:44:45] gapan: JRD: was that php crap your mess?
>>         [18:45:59] JRD: oh
>>         [18:46:12] JRD: you finally remember I am the maintainer of
>>         enialis.net <http://enialis.net>
>>         ?
>>         
>>         [18:46:26] gapan: I finally remember?
>>         [18:46:37] gapan: are you the only one that has access to the
>>         repos?
>>         [18:46:39] JRD: well yes, you posted on the ML
>>         [18:46:44] JRD: asking...
>>         [18:46:53] JRD: I am not
>>         [18:46:54] gapan: of course I'm asking
>>         [18:46:55] JRD: the only one
>>         [18:46:59] JRD: but you could have asked me
>>         [18:47:02] gapan: I didn't know who was responsible
>>         [18:47:06] JRD: I am
>>         [18:47:09] gapan: it was 2:00 am here
>>         [18:47:12] gapan: nobody was online
>>         [18:47:18] gapan: you weren't
>>         [18:47:26] JRD: and your dropped all my files 17 minutes later
>>         [18:47:32] gapan: of course
>>         [18:47:33] JRD: without copying them in a folder
>>         [18:47:37] gapan: why should I?
>>         [18:47:41] gapan: it was a huge bloody mess
>>         [18:47:44] JRD: thanks for wasting me lot of works
>>         [18:47:49] JRD: no ti wasn't
>>         [18:47:57] JRD: you just simply didn't understood
>>         [18:48:20] JRD: you're not in a position to do that
>>         [18:48:22] gapan: well thanks for messing up the repos and
>>         making me
>>         waste an hour after midnight trying to fix them
>>         [18:48:25] JRD: it's my server
>>         [18:48:34] JRD: waste one hour ?.??
>>         [18:48:36] JRD: your kidding
>>         [18:48:45] gapan: am I?
>>         [18:48:57] JRD: you have made me waste lots lots lots of hourSSS
>>         [18:49:05] JRD: and it was perfectly working
>>         [18:49:11] gapan: in this case, I don't care
>>         [18:49:13] gapan: no it wasn't
>>         [18:49:16] JRD: there was absolutley no ERROR
>>         [18:49:22] JRD: yes it was
>>         [18:49:25] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question
>>         marks
>>         [18:49:26] JRD: it was working
>>         [18:49:29] gapan: no it wasn't
>>         [18:49:33] JRD: no it doesn't
>>         [18:49:41] gapan: it had made a huge bloody fucking mess
>>         [18:49:48] JRD: no it doesn't
>>         [18:49:52] JRD: your wronf
>>         [18:49:57] JRD: wrong
>>         [18:49:59] gapan: in another repo, the PACKAGES.TXT file only
>>         had some
>>         php code
>>         [18:49:59] JRD: 100% wxrong
>>         [18:50:05] gapan: no, you are wrong
>>         [18:50:07] JRD: and you should not have touch this files
>>         [18:50:15] gapan: you are so fucking wrong
>>         [18:50:21] JRD: this is normal, I changed this
>>         [18:50:23] gapan: no, you should have never created them
>>         [18:50:26] gapan: never
>>         [18:50:28] JRD: we already pseak about his earlier
>>         [18:50:36] gapan: when did you ask me about this?
>>         [18:50:41] JRD: you cannot make what you want everywhere
>>         [18:50:42] gapan: why did you put them there?
>>         [18:50:58] gapan: if I'm supposed to be the fucking leader of
>>         this
>>         distribution, yes I can
>>         [18:51:04] JRD: these questions should have been asked by you
>>         BEFORE
>>         removing all the files
>>         [18:51:12] JRD: you broke some Salix mirrors
>>         [18:51:17] JRD: because I talked to them
>>         [18:51:20] gapan: these files should have been put there
>>         after you
>>         asked me
>>         [18:51:28] gapan: you never consulted me about them
>>         [18:51:33] JRD: leader doesn not mean "full power"
>>         [18:51:41] gapan: not even now I know what the fuck they were for
>>         [18:51:54] JRD: gapan: these files should have been put there
>>         after
>>         you asked me [18:52:05] JRD: I shouldn't ahve consulted you
>>         [18:52:16] JRD: you just didn't READ the Readme
>>         [18:52:25] JRD: you just THOUGHT it was crap
>>         [18:52:34] JRD: and your reponsible for wasting my work
>>         [18:52:37] JRD: without backup
>>         [18:52:44] gapan: I don't know about any README
>>         [18:52:49] JRD: READ !!
>>         [18:52:53] JRD: fucking READ
>>         [18:52:57] gapan: I know that somebody reported that the
>>         repos were
>>         broken in irc
>>         [18:52:58] JRD: there is a README file in the folder
>>         [18:53:14] gapan: I went to see what was going on and I saw
>>         all that
>>         huge mess
>>         [18:53:14] JRD: it was not broken
>>         [18:53:20] gapan: IT WAS
>>         [18:53:25] JRD: he forgot to do "--add-keys"'
>>         [18:53:25] gapan: STOP DENYING THAT]
>>         [18:53:29] gapan: no
>>         [18:53:32] JRD: no it wasn't
>>         [18:53:39] JRD: it is like thatr for weeks
>>         [18:53:40] gapan: the PACKAGES.TXT file was full of question
>>         marks
>>         [18:53:51] JRD: maybe someone else did change it
>>         [18:53:51] gapan: well, now the shit hit the fan it seems
>>         [18:53:54] gapan: and something broke
>>         [18:53:59] gapan: I don't know
>>         [18:54:06] gapan: I was never notified about any change
>>         [18:54:09] gapan: not for yours
>>         [18:54:13] JRD: I didn't put fucking questions marks in this
>>         file !
>>         [18:54:14] gapan: and not for any other change
>>         [18:54:28] gapan: and I should have been the first person to
>>         consult
>>         about any change like this
>>         [18:54:32] JRD: maybe someone else did, but in the end, you
>>         shouldn't
>>         ahve deleted my scripts
>>         [18:54:37] JRD: you should first : ask
>>         [18:54:42] JRD: second : move it
>>         [18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't care
>>         [18:54:50] gapan: no, you should ask before changing everything
>>         [18:54:55] JRD: [18:54:42] gapan: I don't know and I don't
>>         care should care
>>         [18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it anyway?
>>         [18:55:05] gapan: no, I shouldn't care if you wasted my time
>>         [18:55:05] JRD: IT IS MY SERVER !!!
>>         [18:55:10] gapan: and if you broke everytrhing
>>         [18:55:12] JRD: MINE not yours
>>         [18:55:13] gapan: IT"S MY REPO
>>         [18:55:17] JRD: no it is NOT
>>         [18:55:18] gapan: GOT IT?
>>         [18:55:25] JRD: not it is not
>>         [18:55:29] JRD: it is Salix REPO
>>         [18:55:31] JRD: not yours
>>         [18:55:41] gapan: yeah, only 98% of packages are mine
>>         [18:56:02] JRD: [18:54:58] gapan: why the hell did you do it
>>         anyway?
>>         sometimes unresponsive
>>         [18:56:07] JRD: lol you're kidding
>>         [18:56:13] JRD: learn to count
>>         [18:56:18] JRD: *compute
>>         [18:56:24] gapan: I won't tolerate this
>>         [18:56:25] JRD: packages are yours
>>         [18:56:30] gapan: I'm expecting an apology
>>         [18:56:34] gapan: until then, I'm out
>>         [18:57:00] JRD: for you information, there is another
>>         Slackware repo :
>>         mirros.slackware.com <http://mirros.slackware.com> that do
>>         laod balancing and find nearest mirror
>>         [18:57:12] JRD: « I » expect apology
>>         [18:57:16] JRD: for wasting my work
>>         [18:57:22] JRD: for insulting me AGAIN on the ML
>>         [18:57:32] JRD: whereas you know I did the change and you
>>         have my email
>>         [18:58:35] JRD: and Moreover, this should be discuss
>>         privately...why do
>>         you think it is usefull to discuss this on the public room ???
>>
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2013/1/18 Andreas Born <[hidden email]>:
> Long, long ago, back when Salix was just an idea, I remember one central
> aspect emerged for our work: communication. Every part of the project --
> as far as reasonable -- should be discussed and mutually negotiated, was
> the general attitude. The reason was pretty obvious back then ...

Before things go wrong, it's up to the leader to motivate the team to
talk to each others to work together with the same goal.
It's a real job (I know, it's mine in the real life ;))
But for that he has to want it.
A leader is not the man who says/thinks I'm doing everything, I'm not
asking to others because they don't know, because they are not working
quickly, because they're doing shits, because ..........
Because, in the end, he will be tired about everything and will not be
respected anymore.

I'm saying that, because, saying "it's my repo", "98% of the packages
are mine", "..." is just some disrespect about others. Even if the
work done is less big, it doesn't mean it is useless.
It's an opensource project, people are doing that during their free
time, and obviously some have more than others.
An opensource project have to be fun, else, at the end, it will die.

I think that it's time for a new meeting, don't you think so ? ;)

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Frédéric Galusik
wow, no comment ?
Nobody has something to say ?
This really shows our lack of communication.

To move on, some things have to be said, we are not in a "everybody is
beautiful and everybody is nice" world.
And I think that we are smart enough to accept constructive criticism,
I hope I am not wrong.

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2013/1/18 Frédéric Galusik <[hidden email]>:

> 2013/1/18 Andreas Born <[hidden email]>:
>> Long, long ago, back when Salix was just an idea, I remember one central
>> aspect emerged for our work: communication. Every part of the project --
>> as far as reasonable -- should be discussed and mutually negotiated, was
>> the general attitude. The reason was pretty obvious back then ...
>
> Before things go wrong, it's up to the leader to motivate the team to
> talk to each others to work together with the same goal.
> It's a real job (I know, it's mine in the real life ;))
> But for that he has to want it.
> A leader is not the man who says/thinks I'm doing everything, I'm not
> asking to others because they don't know, because they are not working
> quickly, because they're doing shits, because ..........
> Because, in the end, he will be tired about everything and will not be
> respected anymore.
>
> I'm saying that, because, saying "it's my repo", "98% of the packages
> are mine", "..." is just some disrespect about others. Even if the
> work done is less big, it doesn't mean it is useless.
> It's an opensource project, people are doing that during their free
> time, and obviously some have more than others.
> An opensource project have to be fun, else, at the end, it will die.
>
> I think that it's time for a new meeting, don't you think so ? ;)
>
> ++
>
> fredg
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Pierrick Le Brun
There is certainly plenty to be said... Simply, I just thought maybe to
let things cool off a bit might be profitable for the moment.

Sometimes a little bit of time can do wonders.

Maybe let's give it a few days and see what happens?

:)

Pierrick

On 19/01/2013 18:30, Frédéric Galusik wrote:

> wow, no comment ?
> Nobody has something to say ?
> This really shows our lack of communication.
>
> To move on, some things have to be said, we are not in a "everybody is
> beautiful and everybody is nice" world.
> And I think that we are smart enough to accept constructive criticism,
> I hope I am not wrong.
>
> --fredg
>
> 2013/1/18 Frédéric Galusik <[hidden email]>:
>> 2013/1/18 Andreas Born <[hidden email]>:
>>> Long, long ago, back when Salix was just an idea, I remember one central
>>> aspect emerged for our work: communication. Every part of the project --
>>> as far as reasonable -- should be discussed and mutually negotiated, was
>>> the general attitude. The reason was pretty obvious back then ...
>> Before things go wrong, it's up to the leader to motivate the team to
>> talk to each others to work together with the same goal.
>> It's a real job (I know, it's mine in the real life ;))
>> But for that he has to want it.
>> A leader is not the man who says/thinks I'm doing everything, I'm not
>> asking to others because they don't know, because they are not working
>> quickly, because they're doing shits, because ..........
>> Because, in the end, he will be tired about everything and will not be
>> respected anymore.
>>
>> I'm saying that, because, saying "it's my repo", "98% of the packages
>> are mine", "..." is just some disrespect about others. Even if the
>> work done is less big, it doesn't mean it is useless.
>> It's an opensource project, people are doing that during their free
>> time, and obviously some have more than others.
>> An opensource project have to be fun, else, at the end, it will die.
>>
>> I think that it's time for a new meeting, don't you think so ? ;)
>>
>> ++
>>
>> fredg
>> --
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>> GPG ID: 2E31334B
>
>


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