infras

Month: 2018-09

2018-09-25

patcon 22:54:02
heads up <!here>: http://join.g0v.today/ seems to be down. Who should I ping about that?
clkao 22:54:48
i think @ronnywang has redeployed http://join.g0v.tw|join.g0v.tw
patcon 23:31:36
@ronnywang could/should we create a redirect from the old domain? happy to do the work if provided the required access :slightly_smiling_face:
ronnywang 23:41:39
@patcon Are you the administrator of “g0v.today” domain? If you are, you can change the CNAME record of “join.g0v.today” to “http://join.g0v.tw|join.g0v.tw”.
patcon 23:48:02
heh, i'm not. sorry, thought you were
patcon 23:50:47
do you think anyone would be interested to create/maintain a resource like this: https://hackmd.io/TVxAgRhuSNGh2SLaV7YgGA

Basically just to keep track of who owns or has access to what, in regards to g0v infra
patcon 23:51:32
I'd be happy to stub it out, but i don't yet know too much about who controls what :slightly_smiling_face:
ronnywang 23:56:03
We are planing to use github to manage domains about g0v. https://github.com/g0v/domain
ronnywang 23:56:40
but g0v.today is not here yet
patcon 00:28:49
ah, that's awesome! fwiw I don't think that setup is mutually exclusive from the hackmd doc -- http://g0v.tw|g0v.tw (or any other domain) would have only one entry in a doc like the one i linked, to show who has admin access. And aside from domains, it's also for making [mostly] clear who has access to all the social and infra services/platforms, so non-old-timers can know who to talk to about things

for example, it might document who has admin login access to the http://grants.g0v.tw|grants.g0v.tw website, which someone was trying to help me with earlier today :slightly_smiling_face:
patcon 00:31:28
re: the domains repo -- does a script run that updates the DNS zones from the json files?

2018-09-26