[CentOS-devel] How is "Core SIG needs to update it's charter" doing?

Connie Sieh csieh at fnal.gov
Wed Mar 19 21:18:19 UTC 2014


On Wed, 19 Mar 2014, Johnny Hughes wrote:

> On 03/19/2014 11:32 AM, Connie Sieh wrote:
>> On Wed, 19 Mar 2014, Karanbir Singh wrote:
>>
>>> On 03/18/2014 08:18 PM, Connie Sieh wrote:
>>>> How is "Core SIG needs to update it's charter" moving along?  Any updates?
>>> The Core SIG is defined as a part of the project governance with a very
>>> clear definition on what its required to execute on (
>>> http://www.centos.org/about/governance/sigs/ )
>>>
>>> We do however, seem to have an issue with website navigation, the
>>> homepage-> About -> SIG's url goes to
>>> http://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup and not
>>> http://www.centos.org/about/governance/sigs/ ( which might be a better
>>> target ) and we can link to the wiki using appropriate content from the
>>> SIG page on the site. And the Core SIG page on the wiki could
>>> potentially be expanded a bit.
>>>
>>> The only additional thing that the core sig is working on at the moment,
>>> apart from the primary charger, is that the entire infra team overlaps
>>> the core sig team ( and that isnt by design, it can easily diverge, as
>>> it does in some specific exceptions. eg: website and ipv6 infra ).
>>>
>>> Are there any specific questions you have about the charter and what you
>>> might like to see being updated / expanded on ?
>>>
>>>
>> On http://www.centos.org/about/governance/sigs/
>>
>>     "Build the CentOS release"
>>
>> A definition of "CentOS release" is needed.
>>
>> -Connie Sieh
>
> The CentOS Linux core OS .. so:
>
> mirror.centos.org/centos/<number>/ directory and all the repos that are
> complete rebuilds of RHEL code ... so:
>
> SCL
> cr
> fasttrack
> isos
> os
> updates
>
> Currently also these directories:
>
> centosplus
> extras
>
> Although, we could move extras and centosplus to SIG controlled in the
> future.
>
> Also, we could populate the  contrib (c5 and c6) or addon (c5 only right
> now) repos and they could be sig controlled.
>
> xen4 repo (c6) is already controlled by the xen4centos SIG.
>
> So, the Core team will create what basically what is CentOS right now,
> its not complicated.  We are looking to add SIGs to do things that we
> are not currently doing and to put the code they create in other repos
> that are not listed in the 6 that are listed as rebuilds of RHEL code.
>
>
>
>

Just wanted it defined.

Thanks

-connie sieh


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