Re: [eclipse.org-committers] New status.eclipse.org
Thanks for the new status page. When do outages get pushed to twitter and the RSS feeds? I’ve subscribed to the RSS feed and even though
git.eclipse.org/r shows “major outage” on the status page since more than half an hour nothing has arrived via the RSS feed so far.
From: eclipse.org-committers-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx <eclipse.org-committers-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx>
On Behalf Of Mikael Barbero
Sent: Tuesday, 21 April, 2020 10:46
Subject: Re: [eclipse.org-committers] New status.eclipse.org
After some unexpected delays, I'm glad to announce that the new
status.eclipse.org website is now live.
Team Lead - Release Engineering | Eclipse
Following the outage that occurred February 7, 2020 , we want to improve on is how we communicate with the committers and the community about incidents, their impacts and the estimated time until service is restored. We also would like
to improve our communication about scheduled maintenances.
We've taken on revamping
status.eclipse.org for this purpose. Early next week, it will be migrated to a new system (based on
statuspage.io). It will have a much finer grained monitoring of the various systems the IT team is managing. In addition to the advanced monitoring, the new system will let us better communicate to our community about infrastructure
incidents and their resolutions.
Incidents and scheduled maintenances will be displayed on the new
status.eclipse.org but also automatically broadcasted to RSS/Atom feeds and to a dedicated twitter account: @Eclipse_Status . Feel free to follow it. These two broadcast channels should give you better insights on
what's going with the Eclipse Foundation services.
The new status.eclipse.org will go live early next week. We will keep you posted as soon as it's available.
Team Lead - Release Engineering | Eclipse Foundation
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