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The '''Login team''' is the people who can SSH into the main deployment of OpenHatch.
 
The '''Login team''' is the people who can SSH into the main deployment of OpenHatch.
  
They also are the people who are subscribed to the monitoring-private email list.
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In order to subscribe to the monitoring-private email list, you have to be on this list, too.
  
Which doesn't exist yet.
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== Current members ==
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* Jack Grigg (pythonian4000)
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* Asheesh Laroia (paulproteus)
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== How to join ==
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* Email asheesh at asheesh.org saying:
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** You agree to be nice, respectful, and communicative.
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** (That means that if you find a security hole, or otherwise discover a bad problem, you will contact other people and let us know.)
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* Then if Asheesh agrees you should be on it, he'll let you on. You should hear back within four days.

Revision as of 17:53, 21 April 2011

This is a page about improving or modifying OpenHatch.

We call that "Hacking OpenHatch," and there is a whole category of pages about that.


The Login team is the people who can SSH into the main deployment of OpenHatch.

In order to subscribe to the monitoring-private email list, you have to be on this list, too.

Current members

  • Jack Grigg (pythonian4000)
  • Asheesh Laroia (paulproteus)

How to join

  • Email asheesh at asheesh.org saying:
    • You agree to be nice, respectful, and communicative.
    • (That means that if you find a security hole, or otherwise discover a bad problem, you will contact other people and let us know.)
  • Then if Asheesh agrees you should be on it, he'll let you on. You should hear back within four days.