Needed some specifics (but not any more):
For util-linux, I found a project - https://www.openhub.net/p/util-linux which hadn't been updated in three years and was deleted. The enlistment was old (with the ng). Revived the project and did some housekeeping and it's operational now but is that the project you intended? Guess not. I'm deleting it again. (Embarrassed...)
Further investigation finds https://www.openhub.net/p/util-linux-ng "Analyzed about 11 hours ago".
For core-utils, I couldn't find it at all. Well, actually, found https://www.openhub.net/p/coreutils which IS 11 days behind... working on this one.
For e2fsprogs, "Analyzed about 14 hours ago". No intervention was needed.
Let me know...
"abort: crosses branches (use 'hg merge' or 'hg update -C')"
Started a re-fetch.
Will report back...
Re-fetch finished OK (9927 total commits). Have started an update since the rest of the enlistments are behind - some as old as June. Check over the weekend to monitor the progress. WIll get back to you on Tuesday morning Eastern time.
Rémi, Benno and Chandler:
https://www.openhub.net/p/ronaldelaunchpadtranslations (Dutch translations of ronalde in Launchpad)
https://www.openhub.net/p/gsf (Grid Solutions Framework)
https://www.openhub.net/p/llvm (The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure)
https://www.openhub.net/p/clang (LLVM/Clang C family frontend)
https://www.openhub.net/p/lld (LLD: The LLVM Linker)
https://www.openhub.net/p/coreutils (GNU Core Utilities)
Pick your own favorites...
Can you please also update https://www.openhub.net/p/compiler-rt (it is a run-time library part of the LLVM compiler infrastructure)?
https://www.openhub.net/p/chromium-blink/ (waiting in queue to process the new location for weeks now)
https://www.openhub.net/p/chrome (failed its last update in the new code location at step 3 weeks ago)
(We moved location of our git servers, hence the re-crawl needed.)
Chromium Blink is up-to-date as of an hour ago.
Chromium continues its update - perhaps 20% finished with the GoogleCode enlistment. I see that the second enlistment is among the missing for a month. Any suggestions what I can use to substitute? I am trying one possibility but it is 4 months out-of-date.
compiler-rt is up-to-date as of about 16 hours ago. Another update is about to start (this is good news...)
Please update me here if the project hangs up again.
Confirmed -- thanks!
"Open Hub update completed about 18 hours ago." for Chromium (Google Chrome).
Hopefully, things are looking up.
Could you have a look into what has happened with the Haiku Operating System? It hasn't been updated in 3 months and looks like it has suddenly been abandoned.
Haiku is up-to-date as of Monday...
Nice. Thank You!
Could you update Embox? It hasn't been updated in 2 month.
Embox has been stung by a bug which we are working on. It's no comfort, but not too many projects are affected just now. I've added your project to the list and hope all will be cleared soon.
Can you have a look at GCC please? The data is about 1.5 months out-of-date (data is from 2014-08-17).
I think I have things in better shape. There were duplicate enlistments (one of which I've deleted) and a hung update to the second. Standby.
Util-linux [https://www.openhub.net/p/util-linux-ng] is stagnant again -- 1 month old.
Found two duplicated enlistments where the difference was the transport only. One was failing to finish a fetch. Deleted it in favor of the working enlistment. I'm now forcing an update to take it up to today (was last updated September 12th.)
GCC has now finished an update. Analysis is now at October 06, 2014 on code collected on September 30, 2014 and last commit is at October 01, 2014.
Please keep an eye on it for me and remind me here if the updates fail again.
util-linux finished an update Friday. Analysis is now at October 03, 2014 on code collected on October 03, 2014 and last commit is at October 02, 2014.
Please remind me here if the project fails to properly update.
Thanks a lot!
"abort: error: ssl.c:510: error:1408F10B:SSL routines:SSL3GET_RECORD:wrong version number"
Maybe the version of OpenSSL is out-of-date relative to Heartbleed? I can't checkout the repositories to my workstation either - same error.
Also QGIS (formally known as Quantum GIS). But that has two entries (not sure why):
https://www.openhub.net/p/qgis (last analyzed 9 month ago)
https://www.openhub.net/p/3663 (last analyzed about a year ago).
The "project managers" Gary and Tim are both on the project's steering committee (http://qgis.org/en/site/getinvolved/governance/organisation/governance.html)
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