On Fri, Jul 22, 2005 at 12:25:01PM +0200, Dag-Erling Smrgrav wrote..
> Marcel Moolenaar <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > This change was without warning and without cause. He unilaterally
> > decided that the work and effort put in by others was beneath his
> > attention and concern by making the commit like this. And if des@ is
> > incapable of even the most basic forms of communication that he
> > cannot express his predicament or explain his reasons for this
> > change and ask for input even after the fact, then he shouldn't even
> > be making commits in the first place.
> I'm sorry, Marcel, but you are completely off base.
> The tinderbox is a service I provide to the FreeBSD developers because
> I (and many others) feel that it is useful. I have spent a lot of
> time and effort developing, maintaining and running it for the past
> three or four years with *zero* assistance from anyone except Mike
> Tancsa (who hosts the current cluster and has gone above & beyond to
> keep it running in the face of hardware failures and my screwups) and
> John De Boskey (who hosted the previous cluster until Real Life made
> it impossible for him to keep up). Most importantly, I have received
> no assistance from the FreeBSD Project, and considerable resistance
> from several of its members.
Not knowing any of the details: would it be possible to spread the load
over multiple machines? Say have one box do the tier 1 stuff, box 2
do the tier 2 or something like that?
And it is of course reasonable to have this stuff run on the project's
machines, kinda crazy that it takes your $$ etc.
Wilko Bulte wilko@FreeBSD.org