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1. guilhem
2. cloph
3. dreamer4
4. Brett
5. wget


 * New participant: dreamer4
   + currently working on analytics, want to develop technical skills, looking
     for hands-on experience and get involved in data engineering
     - Brett: someone with data analytics background would be *very* welcome to
       further help marketing and design teams with facts, surveys etc
       . Grimoire Dashboard , shows
         general health of the project (slightly focused on dev at the time but
         it's slowly changing)
       . Community demographics dashboard
   + Private metrics (kinda google analytics but free
     software), collect things like bounce rates, page visits, etc
     - Also used for download metrics:
     - And update checks metrics:
   + Current user feedback analytics:
     - (Q&A platform)
     - (bug tracker)
   + dreamer4: could do a review of the dashboard, where to send results: (public),
     (public), (private)
 * Salt repository moved to gerrit at and
   published. Infratools (GitLab) was decommissioned, contributions should now be
   sent as gerrit review requests.  Thanks to cloph and Brett for the help in
   pruning the repo
 * Planned decommission:
   + pootle.tdf: no longer used beside the name + a static page that should be
     moved to weblate
     - AI guilhem: check with Manitu if it makes sense to order a new box (2U)
       instead of repurposing the box
       . wget: what would this box be used for? dedicated machine for RDBMS to
       offload the virt stack
     - vm179: cloph: don't need it anymore except every now and then, can be
       shutdown now, will start if/when needs be.  AI guilhem: shutdown the box
       and disable the httpd bound to INADDR_ANY
 * Update on (Q: cloph)
   + user feedback/workflow?
     - under control, notification for status changes is planed for this week
       which would ease the workflow
     - want to wait a little longer before users can publish their extensions
   + first draft of the API is there already, in touch with GSoC student for
   + AI cloph:$NAME calls
     to Google (reCAPTCHA), put the comment/rating stuff on a separate page (or
     activate it with a button), perhaps even let authenticated users through
     - wget: tried the proposal made by Marco and is suboptimal :/. I would
       recommend hcaptcha instead. Not self hosted, but a great alternative =)
       Have deployed it a bunch of time and is working great. The API nodes
       behavior is identical to Google's ones except the domain tld is changing
       (obviously). tradeoff: no IPv6 on the API nodes :(.
     - cloph: easy to do (supported by the backend) but not sure it would be
       better accepted as it's a third party service
     - guilhem: a recurring problem with reCAPTCHA is that folks from mainland
       China have a site with limited functionalities
     - wget: CloudFlare folks moved away from reCAPTCHA for that reason
     - cloph: Could also let authenticated people through (spare captcha): easy
       to do but might not help much in practice since they'd need to log in at
       /admin or silverstripe to see they're signed in
 * wget: organization verification at GitHub
   + AI cloph
 * wget: PR and issue tracker should be closed at github too
   + guilhem: no, will use the github PR gerrit plugin:
     Cf. minutes from the jan 2020 call (good timing now — recent upgrade to 3.1
     and no further update planed in the near future):
     - AI guilhem: install on the stage instance
     - AI cloph: test it using a dummy project on the GitHub side, testing with core would create 
too much confusion
       . wget: available to help also :-)
 * Next call: Tue Aug 18 16:30 UTC 2020


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