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Re: Server at Paris VIII

From: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Server at Paris VIII
Date: Sun, 13 May 2012 12:51:59 +0200

On 13 mai 2012, at 12:41, Phil Holmes wrote:

> ----- Original Message ----- From: <address@hidden>
> To: "LilyPond-Devel list" <address@hidden>
> Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2012 11:08 AM
> Subject: Server at Paris VIII
>> Hey all,
>> Just got off the phone with John M about setting up a server at Paris VIII.  
>> He'll be going as the LilyPond rep on Wednesday to chat with the people 
>> there (Valentin's teaching piano and I'm in rehearsal all day, otherwise 
>> we'd all gets in the way of LilyPond yet again!).
>> John suggests that we set up a basic infrastructure that allows us to access 
>> the server via SSH and then do with it as we wish.  Note that I am using the 
>> words "SSH" to a lesser extent "server" without really knowing what they 
>> mean, but John does and he'll be able to communicate our needs to the 
>> technical team.
>> The people there will likely want to know what our intentions are, and I 
>> told John that the machine would be used to make nightly builds and to run 
>> patchy and patchetta.  He asked if we were thinking of using it for 
>> something like weblily and my tentative response was no.
>> Reply to this message if anyone has any questions/comments/concerns.  All 
>> y'all can send thank you notes to Anne Sedes, who is very graciously giving 
>> us a physical machine to make this thing happen!
>> Cheers,
>> MS
> I think it would also be good to set up some sort of mechanism where 
> contributors can request an "on demand" build, choosing make, make doc, make 
> test; and a git branch to build.  That way people without multi-core machines 
> can check their own changes more quickly.
> Do you know its specification?
> --
> Phil Holmes 

Good idea!
We'll find out the specification on Wednesday.


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