Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of support-team/2014-11-01


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Nov 1, 2014, 5:13:52 PM (6 years ago)
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Steve Revilak
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    2424There are a couple of quirks in the migration process.  85 people have maildrop rules, and we'll have to communicate that those rules won't work with dovecot; they'll need to convert them.  An automated rule translation might be tricky.  We might have an system rule to send it to a junk mail folder and tell people they have to convert mailbox rules to sieve.
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    26 It might be time to make the new mosh and move on it.  We can test it for a few weeks and choose an exisiting mosh and test it. Possibly Chavez. Pick and existing mosh to test, third to transition. 
     26It might be time to make the new mosh and move on it.  We can test it for a few weeks and choose an exisiting mosh and test it. Possibly Chavez. Pick and existing mosh to test, third to transition.
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    2829'''drupal vulnerability.'''  Two weeks ago, there was probably the most serious drupal vulnerability ever discovered.  A SQL injection vulnerability, exploitable by anonymous users.  Most members use our central drupal installation; this allows us to upgrade drupal, which has the effect of upgrading all members sites.  We upgraded w/in three hours of the vulnerability announcement.  The vast majority of our members should be safe.  There are members that don't use central drupal installation.  There are 160 drupal 7 databases are not running drupal 7.32 -- potentiall 160 websites vulnerable to exploit.
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