[Catalog-sig] PyPI down?
jannis at leidel.info
Mon Jan 18 18:47:45 CET 2010
Am 18.01.2010 um 18:25 schrieb Tarek Ziadé:
> On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 5:27 PM, Jannis Leidel <jannis at leidel.info> wrote:
>> Am 11.01.2010 um 22:22 schrieb Tarek Ziadé:
>>>> Yup, nothing out of the ordinary... oh well, I guess it is just me and I'll
>>>> wait and hope things get better ;-)
>>> If we have time at Pycon, and if some folks are interested, I would
>>> like to finish the implementation of PEP 381,
>> FWIW, I don't see the PEP to be completed. The actual mirror protocol, how to handle multiple (unsynchronized) indexes and the API design are clearly undecided -- and not discussed.
> If by "unsynchronized" you mean handling mutiple indexes one client
> side that are not mirrors, that's not a protocol the PEP defines.
> (even though it gives some info on it)
> This is the business of the client software, and there's no API design
> required for that in this PEP.
With "unsychronized" I mean indexes that are registered with PyPI to mirror it, but aren't up-to-date because of loss of connectivity/failure/interest.
Will the mirrors check periodically the main index for updates?
Or will PyPI send out a message to the slaves, requesting an update, e.g. with WebHooks  or PubSubHubbub ?
Is this API going to be open for other non-official/non-open mirrors?
> The PEP defines the mirroring protocol and the pages to be maintained
> in a PyPI like server.
Oh, you mean it will define it? Since there is just a placeholder on  :)
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