It seems that not only Arabic translators have this tiny problem, losing
their ssh keys that is.
I don't seem to get noticed upon my requests to update my account's settings
with my new key.
Please implement an automated ssh key update feature, I am sure many folks
will get less workload, and even more will not have to wait this long to get
back to contributing whatever they can/plan.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Munzir Taha
Sent: Sunday, December 05, 2004 8:04 PM
To: Fedora Translation Project List
Subject: Re: SSH Key - CVS Access Suggestion
On Yaum al-Jumma 22 Ramadan 1425 5:16 pm, Sherif Abdelgawad wrote:
Sarah/Bernd & Team,
I noticed that it is sometimes
frustration to lose the SSH Key, and the lack
of an automated way to update the key (Due to
format PC, bad drive, or whatever reason)
So, I want to suggest an enhancement here
to the current system (If it is doable).
Everyone of us has a PIN we use to Take/Release
modules, can we have a link to Update our SSH key
and use the same PIN to authenticate the person ?
The goal here is to make the adminstration less,
avoid the mistakes, and allow the person to update
his/her key when needed.
I think heard this is a good suggestion. Has this been implemented? (This is
how to ask in a polite way ;)
Seriously, I don't know about the other teams but some members of our team
tends to lose their ssh keys sometimes. This is mostly due to Arabic being
written from right to left and this is the exact problem I face when I want
to close a window and the close button on the title bar tends to change
direction - due to mirroring issues - per application. Some members trying
put their ssh key on the computer, they forgot and put it on the recycle
Am I feeling well today? ;)
Munzir Taha PGP Key available
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Telecommunications and Electronics Engineer
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