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infrastructure [2017/10/03 09:55]
hauke [Resources]
infrastructure [2018/02/08 01:20] (current)
jow
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-====== LEDE's Infrastructure ====== +====== ​OpenWrt/LEDE's Infrastructure ====== 
-The LEDE Project relies on the considerable efforts of its volunteer developers, the core documentation team, the forum moderators, and the host of people who're actively using and testing the products.+The OpenWrt/LEDE Project relies on the considerable efforts of its volunteer developers, the core documentation team, the forum moderators, and the host of people who're actively using and testing the products.
  
-The LEDE team has also provisioned many physical and virtual servers that "make the LEDE Project go."+The OpenWrt/LEDE team has also provisioned many physical and virtual servers that "make the OpenWrt (and former ​LEDEProject go."
  
 ===== Resources ===== ===== Resources =====
  
-We run the following resources and services to support the LEDE Project.+We run the following resources and services to support the OpenWrt/LEDE Project.
  
-  * The main [[:​start|LEDE Site]] and [[:​docs:​start|LEDE Documentation]] run on a Dokuwiki platform so that they are easy to update.+  * The main [[:start|OpenWrt/LEDE Site]] and [[:​docs:​start|OpenWrt/LEDE Documentation]] run on a Dokuwiki platform so that they are easy to update.
  
-  * The [[https://​forum.lede-project.org/​|LEDE Forum]] (using the Discourse platform) provides a place for people to ask and answer questions about using LEDE, developing it, and other topics.+  * The [[https://​forum.lede-project.org/​|LEDE Forum]] (using the Discourse platform) provides a place for people to ask and answer questions about using OpenWrt/LEDE, developing it, and other topics.
  
-  * [[https://​git.lede-project.org/|Git servers]] are the primary source code repositories for the firmware. These are cloned to [[https://​github.com/​lede-project|Github servers]] for redundancy.+  * [[https://​git.openwrt.org/|Git servers]] are the primary source code repositories for the firmware. These are cloned to [[https://​github.com/​openwrt|Github servers]] for redundancy.
  
-  * [[https://​bugs.lede-project.org/|Bug trackers]] are the place where bugs and feature requests are tracked+  * [[https://​bugs.openwrt.org/|Bug trackers]] are the place where bugs and feature requests are tracked
  
   * The [[:​downloads|Download site]] hosts all the current and released images, sorted by architecture,​ vendor, and model.   * The [[:​downloads|Download site]] hosts all the current and released images, sorted by architecture,​ vendor, and model.
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 ===== Servers ===== ===== Servers =====
  
-All these services run on machines devoted to the LEDE Project. ​+All these services run on machines devoted to the OpenWrt/LEDE Project. ​
  
   * We currently employ three powerful servers ([[https://​www.hetzner.de/​hosting/​produkte_rootserver/​ex40|Hetzner]]) to run the buildbot process, and host the downloads, Git, and mail services. ​   * We currently employ three powerful servers ([[https://​www.hetzner.de/​hosting/​produkte_rootserver/​ex40|Hetzner]]) to run the buildbot process, and host the downloads, Git, and mail services. ​
infrastructure.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/08 01:20 by jow