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From: Kurt Lieber <klieber@g.o>
Subject: Re: Losing access to dev.gentoo.org
Date: Sat, 8 May 2004 12:56:25 -0400
On Sat, May 08, 2004 at 10:39:43AM -0600 or thereabouts, Daniel Robbins wrote:
> My login access to dev.gentoo.org has been silently revoked twice in the
> last week, without any courtesy email before either revocation. Please
> restore my access again -- I need to be able to log in to manage my
> spamassassin rules. 
> 
> It's unfortunate that I even have to ask this, but please don't revoke any
> access again, until I am informed of _and_ approve of access being dropped.
> This goes for my email access/account, as well as my access to
> store.gentoo.org. I do not need cvs read or write access, so you can revoke
> that.
> 
> I hate to even consider doing this, but it may be necessary to set up a
> contract between the NFP and me that guarantees, in writing, that I have
> continued access to my email address, store.gentoo.org, etc. It's really
> unfortunate that this kind of thing is even necessary. It also will make the
> transition to the NFP more time consuming for all of us. 
> 
> I am trying to find a job, run the store, start work on the O'Reilly book,
> and continue the NFP transition effort. I am still working 6 days a week.
> Having to send emails like this, as well as having to continue to pop on to
> irc in order to track people down to fix these issues is also an
> unproductive use of my time.
> 
> Please be respectful of my time and _please_ allow me to help _you_ as
> efficiently as I possibly can. You can do this by ensuring that I do not
> continue to hit unnecessary and unwarranted roadblocks like this in the
> future.

You announced your resignation from the project.  You never spoke with me
to indicate that you would need continued access to any of our resources.
Consequently, I removed your various accounts as I would for any other
developer who resigns from the project.

I'm fine with providing a temporary shell account on emu such that you can
continue to manage your email account as you have done in the past.  Long
term, I think it is best to keep the server for devs only, so I'd
eventually like to see you establish alternate arrangements for email
hosting.  Would a 3 month transition timeframe be adequate?  Say by late
July/early August?

If there are other specific things that you need during this transition
period, I'm happy to discuss them with you.  

--kurt
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