Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of sending-service-advisories


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Jan 27, 2013, 4:54:10 PM (7 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    11= Sending a service advisory =
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    3 Our [https://lists.mayfirst.org/mailman/listinfo/service-advisories service advisories list] is a mailman list hosted on leslie.mayfirst.org (accessible via https as lists.mayfirst.org).
     3As of January 2013, we use [wiki:hct here comes trouble] to release service advisories.
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    5 The list is configured to hold for approval all messages sent by people subscribed to the list and discard all messages sent by people not subscribed to the list. THerefore, before sending a message to the list, be sure you are either subscribed or added to the [https://lists.mayfirst.org/mailman/admin/service-advisories/privacy/sender sender filter].
     5Please review the [wiki:hct here comes trouble] page before there is a need for a service advisory, because it requires some initial configuration to get started.
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    7 We have [wiki:email_announcement_lists#Signatures publicly stated that all official correspondence will be signed] by a OpenGPG key certified by either Alfredo or Jamie, which should cover all members of the [wiki:support-team support team]. Be sure to sign your message!
     7Once configured, a service advisory can be released with:
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    9 Send your message to {{{service-advisories@lists.mayfirst.org}}}. Then, login to [https://lists.mayfirst.org/mailman/admindb/service-advisories the service advisories approval queue] to review and approve the message.
     9 * cd /path/to/hct-live/
     10 * trouble message
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     12The message will automatically be sent to the service-advisories list, but you must manually approve it. To approve it, login to [https://lists.mayfirst.org/mailman/admindb/service-advisories the service advisories approval queue] to review and approve the message.
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    1114You can use the mailman sitewide password (as stored in [wiki:keyringer our shared password file]) to access the approval queue.