On Mon, 15 Feb 2010, Paul W. Frields wrote:
On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 09:37:24AM -0600, Mike McGrath wrote:
> On Sun, 14 Feb 2010, Paul Frields wrote:
> > can remove accounts in the Fedora Account System. We probably need a
> > SOP on the wiki for this, since I couldn't find information on how
> > exactly this is done and whom should be contacted in the FAS page.
> > I'm cc'ing the infrastructure list to see if I missed this somewhere.
> > * * *
> > 
> > 
> We've never deleted an account before and shouldn't do it for various
> conflicts with that.
"If you wish to remove your personal information from Fedora, you may
contact us and request that we remove this information from the Fedora
True, this doesn't say we'll necessarily remove an account whole-hog.
But it certainly implies we'll remove personal information. I'll
check our obligations with the legal list.
> In particular the two pieces that, once created must never change,
> are the username and UID. Neither of which are considered personal
OK, that makes sense, since we'd need to retain it for tying activity
to an account.
> What users can do is remove all other info in their account and set it to
OK, I'll note this in the FAS FAQ on the wiki.
And just to say it explicitly, if someone contacts us and asks us to
remove all personal information, we'll certainly do it and we'd blank out
all their info (except for UID and username) and put a note in the
comments about what and why, usually with a ticket number referencing it.