Trac Migration

Luke Schierer lschiere at
Tue Sep 1 21:08:19 EDT 2020

So I'd forgotten that you moved trac  from imperial to nicobar until
this email at which point I was like oh, yeah, I remember that.

Anyway, Mark, You, Ethan and I did probably 90% of the setup on rock.  While
I have no doubt you have changed a fair amount of the _content_ since
I've been inactive, I strongly doubt you've changed much of rock's
actual mechanics all that much.  If you need help deconstructing rock,
I don't have a ton of time around my current distractions (4 boys, the
youngest of which is 6 months), but I will make some time to help. Let
me know what you need, and when it needs to be done by. 


On Tue, Sep 01, 2020 at 07:53:33PM -0500, Gary Kramlich wrote:
> On 9/1/20 8:03 AM, Luke Schierer wrote:
> > As goes read only, what will we still have on
> > imperial?  do we still need imperial to host a read-only replica of
> > the trac install & wiki? 
> Imperial has been nothing more than the backup mx for over a year.  That
> said, there's another email I have to send, but yesterday I received
> work that NetworkRedux will no longer be hosting as of December 1st.
> That said, I deleted the backup mx records from all of our domains last
> night and am planing on taking imperial down Friday evening.  That
> leaves rock which has a ton of work to do yet.  If you're interested in
> the specifics I can add you to the proper groups so you can see the
> issues on
> Likewise, nicobar is the server running trac, and until we finish
> migrating the wiki to the new website nicobar will remain.  It's kind of
> funny actually... My plan was to free up nicobar this year but now it's
> turned into rock and imperial.
> > Luke
> Thanks,
> --
> Gary Kramlich <grim at>

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