[Ambassadors] re:Fedora Ambassador Group inactive Accounts, cleaned up today

David Nalley david at gnsa.us
Mon Jul 20 18:11:28 UTC 2009

On Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 2:06 PM, Ben Williams<jbwillia at math.vt.edu> wrote:
> how is it determined if the person is active or not
> i just got contacted by someone who was removed and is very active in his
> area
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> Ben Williams
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See the announcement from FAmSCo here explaining the decision: ^^^^

The criteria is met when their account goes inactive in FAS for
greater than 30 days.
This means they'd have to ignore multiple email warnings that
infrastructure was going to move their account to an inactive state in
the month leading up to that event, and still fail to take action for
an additional 30 days following this event.

In practice, almost 120 days have past since FAS accounts were marked
inactive, and the person ceased to receive any fedora services (email,
wiki access, access to fedorahosted, etc.)

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