As there is no progress around MIrrorPinky since 5 years now, let's say the project is dead and look for something different, which allows Mirror administrators to edit the settings of their own mirrors.

The Fedora people developed a WebUI named mirrormanager for their admins - let's see if we can get it somehow connected to our MIrrorBrain database and use this as frontend instead.

Looking for mad skills in:

python mirrorbrain postgresql webapps

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  • 3 months ago: lrupp added keyword "webapps" to Evaluate mirrormanager (or mirrormanager2) for download.opensuse.org mirror management
  • 3 months ago: lrupp added keyword "postgresql" to Evaluate mirrormanager (or mirrormanager2) for download.opensuse.org mirror management
  • 3 months ago: lrupp added keyword "mirrorbrain" to Evaluate mirrormanager (or mirrormanager2) for download.opensuse.org mirror management
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