Trac Migration

Gary Kramlich grim at
Thu Sep 3 07:30:59 EDT 2020

On 9/2/20 8:43 PM, Luke Schierer wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 02, 2020 at 05:26:38PM -0500, Gary Kramlich wrote:
>> On 9/1/20 8:08 PM, Luke Schierer wrote:
>>> 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.
>>> ahwhell.
>> I think it was John and Daniel who moved it, but whatever :)
>>> 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. 
>> The only stuff really remaining on rock right now is the email stuff.
>> I'm nearly done moving the imfreedom media wiki to kubernetes.  It's
>> already there in fact, I'm just trying to wire up OIDC to
>> and it's giving me some issues.
>> Aside from that, I created a bunch of tickets in the infrastructure
>> project on It's currently not public as it might
>> expose some sensitive information but I can add you to it if you like.
>> That said, Richard and I were working on a plan to move email to a
>> Digital Ocean droplet before this news dropped.  We haven't started
>> anything yet, but the plan is for that droplet to be fully managed by
>> ansible so we can avoid some of these headaches in the future.
>> describes the plan
>> in detail if you're interested.
> I've not used ansible, but I've fairly decent experience using puppet.
> It shouldn't be too hard to pick up enough to do what you need.
> Learning about droplets instead of full virtual servers is probably a
> bigger delta.  You'll have to add me to the access list on that
> ticket. 

Droplets are just what Digital Ocean calls their vm's.. Why? who
knows...  Anyways, I added you as a team member to the infrastructure
project so you should be able to see the issues now.

> Luke


Gary Kramlich <grim at>

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