Kevin Kofler wrote :
Matthias Saou wrote:
> Thanks to both for your offers! Of course, all useful resources like
> these are more than welcome, but we'll need to define some policies as
> for which services they can be used (e.g. never for gpg signing since
> physical access has huge implications),
With this kind of distrust and paranoia, do you still wonder why RPM
Fusion's infrastructure is in the state it is now? The first thing to do is
to give all the volunteers who want to work on infrastructure admin access
to everything. Yes, this includes the GPG private keys, among many other
things. One can't do admin work without admin permissions. People offered
help with infrastructure on several occasions, they never got sufficient
access rights to be useful.
Ouch. I get your point, believe me, and agree to some extent. But some
amount of distrust and paranoia is vital for any Internet connected
service, as well as for a project like RPM Fusion to be taken seriously
by people who are going to be using it.
With the other extreme of giving admin access to too many people, the
infrastructure could be in an even worst shape. It's the optimal
intermediate point that needs to be reached in my opinion.
Again, I understand your frustration, currently have the will to try
and fix things, and am open to suggestions and discussion...
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