By the way, I've given Chris Zwerschke full sudo access to the
webwareforpython.org server, so he can handle the wiki restarting and
any issues that come up there, since he's taking better care of that
code than I have been :-/
But now I feel I should have checked here first. I don't know what our
decision process is on this server.
Maybe to keep things under control we should at least cull things over
time. I think everyone currently with sudo access is fine (ianb,
jdhildeb, echuck, eradman, gtalvola, and now chrisz). Other user
accounts on the system: fbar, mophilly, wlarsen. I'm not sure what each
is used for... mophilly is Mark Phillips, so he can do the release work.
fbar is Frank Barknecht, but I'm not sure what the account was for.
wlarsen is Wayne Larsen, which is not a familiar name to me.
Note that SVN accounts are in /etc/apache2/dav_svn.passwd, and are not
connected to user accounts.
I personally tend towards fairly open security, but I'm not sure what
other people feel. We probably should have a backup plan at least for
the svn repository.
Ian Bicking / ianb@... / http://blog.ianbicking.org