On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 12:14:22PM -0600, Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 07:55, Paul W. Frields
> On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 09:59:21PM -0600, Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
>> System administration is a privilege as it gives access and control over
>> many users resources and data. In order to best protect those assets, it
>> is a normal procedure to remove people who do not seem to have need for
>> that access anymore. Fedora Infrastructure policy is to remove special
>> access to people who have not been using it in 60 days. Having gone
>> through the user lists in wtmp, web logs and other data the following
>> accounts will be removed from various system administration groups.
>> People who are removed may reapply later to the infrastructure program
>> when they feel they need access again. Accounts will not be removed
>> from the infrastructure mailing list.
>> Accounts will be removed by 2011-03-17 2000 UTC.
>> cmsadmin cyrushmh
>> cmsadmin itbegins
>> cmsadmin matheo
>> cmsadmin schendje
>> cmsadmin teb
>> cmsadmin wonderer
> What timing! At the Insight meeting on Monday we agreed to do this
No just me clicking on things by hand. If you are going to do it, I
will leave it to you.
OK, to reduce confusion about who's got the ball -- I will do it.
> If this is going to happen through a script, and not by someone
> personally having to do more work on our team's behalf, I'll just let
> it happen since it includes everyone we mentioned in our meeting.
> There are a couple people on this list who are actually involved with
> our group. But if they're not logging in on the instance to exercise
> this group membership, they probably don't need it right now. So no
> arguments here.
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