Earlier, there was a topic which had the substring .meetbot.meeting.complete which was selectively taken up by the fedmsg consumer to know about the meetings which recently finished. This helped us know immediately know about the event of completion of a meeting and therefore, can feed into a popup notification on the frontend or some other such active purpose.
I’m not experienced with Fedora-Messaging, so I may not have all informations in hands.
The version of meetbot we are currently using is already ported to fedora-messaging. So if all it needs is someone to (re)write the consumer to handle the popup notification, I think I can take care of that.
Now we are talking about status update, here is a little update on the fedora websites side of thing and what has been happening in the last months.
Nothing big but a few small changes are on their way:
Obsolete websites are going to be removed from the fedora-websites repository. This include:
Unmaintained translation files have been removed. They’re managed in a dedicated repository by Weblate for a long time now.
New logo update:
Almost all websites & docs.fp-o now use the new logo as favicon.
Introducing CI for websites:
A new CI pipeline has been set up to build and preview changes made with PRs on fedora-website repo.
Moving away from python 2.7:
The build script is currently running on a RHEL7 box, preventing us to migrate to python3.
A move to Openshift 4 is in the work, and will allow us to move forward on this topic.
This is currently waiting for infrastructure folks and OCP4 cluster availability.
Rename master branch to main
Action plan have been laid down. Not started yet.
This is non-exhaustive and only list actions I am (or was) involved with.