On Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 11:47 AM, Stephen John Smoogen <smooge(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Ok when testing a project it is important to update the /etc/motd
with the following information:
[fas username] - [date started] [date updated]
project title - project summary
directories/areas looked at.
Project Owner: smooge - Started: 2010-12-31 Updated: 2010-01-30
gnusong - a project to digitize the reading of all source code to a dance beat.
1) Systems that DO NOT have updated motd's will be wiped, reinstalled
to a fresh state and turned off until an RFR is needed for it. Systems
whose last update was over 90 days will also be subject to
2) publictest systems are NOT backed up. they are test/scratch systems
that are meant for eventual integration with some sort of
3) due to communal nature of systems, people need to work together on
them to make sure they are not overwriting and beating each other up.
Stephen J Smoogen.
At one point, modifying the wiki page corresponding with the
appropriate publictest server was the proper way to have it show up in
the motd. Has this changed?
where I made my modifications, but it does not seem to appear anymore.
I think the script did a little wget/curl magic to grab the data from
the wiki page.