current hackage 2 status
chris at chrisdornan.com
Tue Dec 18 14:28:57 CET 2012
Well done! I wish you a smooth launch and a speedy resolution of all
co-ordination issues -- it looks like a fine plan to me.
Just as a quick point of clarification: while the two systems are
operating in parallel, will uploads to the new system be automatically
reflected in the old system and vice versa?
On 18/12/2012 00:13, "Duncan Coutts" <duncan.coutts at googlemail.com> wrote:
>On Mon, 2012-12-17 at 18:45 +0000, Duncan Coutts wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> You may have noticed the steady stream of hackage 2 patches. The new
>> server is up again at:
>> Key points:
>> * We've got live mirroring going (sync every 30 min).
>> * All the old accounts are imported and the per-package maintainer
>> groups are populated.
>> * Package deprecation info is imported
>> * Distro info is imported
>> * Currently uploading is disabled (pending review of
>> authentication & authorisation code).
>> * Documentation is not imported (Ian demoed this before, just
>> haven't got round to it yet for this instance)
>> * The data backup system is much improved.
>Oh, I should also have pointed out:
>The goal is (and has always been) that all the data should be available
>in appropriate machine readable formats (e.g. json), and so nobody
>should ever have to complain that they want direct access to an
>We're not there yet obviously. Patches accepted. If you want to work on
>that seriously (I've just been adding the ones I needed for importing
>the old data) then it'd make sense to switch to aeson and to do it
>properly with datatypes and deriving json instances.
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