[aur-general] TU dashboard accounts
garoth at gmail.com
Mon Aug 10 14:46:34 EDT 2009
Excerpts from Aaron Griffin's message of Mon Aug 10 14:38:05 -0400 2009:
> On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 12:17 PM, Andrei Thorp<garoth at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Excerpts from Aaron Griffin's message of Mon Aug 10 12:02:25 -0400 2009:
> >> Hello TUs,
> >> The last little part of the "official tool" transition is getting you
> >> all accounts of the dev dashboard at https://dev.archlinux.org/devel/
> >> In order to do this, I need to go through and add accounts for you all.
> >> So I would like you to send me an email (private) containing:
> >> Real Name
> >> Alias
> >> Email address
> >> jabber/IRC nicks
> >> Website URLs
> >> Occupation
> >> Year of Birth
> >> Geographic Location
> >> Languages Known
> >> General Interests
> >> Favorite Distros
> >> A picture if you have one
> >> (See http://www.archlinux.org/developers/)
> >> With this info, I will begin the slow process of adding accounts.
> >> After I add each one, I will send you an email with your password
> >> which you will need to change.
> >> >From here, you will be able to adopt packages from the web interface
> >> (you will need to use dev.archlinux.org to do this), and get out of
> >> date notifications
> >> Additionally, we have setup a private notification list for orphans
> >> which are out of date, as well as the integrity check and cleanup
> >> emails. This is not fully complete, but I will point you to this list
> >> when I send the password. The reason it is a private list is that "out
> >> of date" notifications contain private email addresses, and we don't
> >> want them indexed.
> >> Let me know if there's anything else I can do.
> >> Now we just need to get viewvc working :roll:
> >> - Aaron
> > You're probably aware of this, but Firefox complains about an invalid
> > security certificate on that site. Just fyi.
> It's not invalid, it's self-signed, so there's no certificate
> authority stamp-of-approval on it. We had a free year certificate at
> one point, but decided not to waste the money for a real certificate
> if it's only used by the devs.
Alright, fair enough.
Andrei Thorp, Developer: Xandros Corp. (http://www.xandros.com)
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