Cleaning up common-lisp.net user database (not GitLab)?
ehuels at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 22:28:44 UTC 2018
Today I found the time to clean all accounts in the original batch (347
accounts) from the system for which the owner didn't object to removal.
While cleaning, I also cleaned up a number of Trac "environments" which
didn't contain anything (no tickets, no wiki pages).
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 10:51 AM Erik Huelsmann <ehuels at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> common-lisp.net has 429 OS-level non-system users. Of these users, 347
> didn't log in since 2013 (inception of the current instance). Just for the
> fun of it: cohorts since 2013:
> 1 2013
> 7 2014
> 18 2015
> 9 2016
> 10 2017
> 21 2018
> Since these 347 users seem to get by without logging in (or have lost
> interest), I'm planning to remove these users and their home directories
> from the system as a system clean-up action.
> The GitLab accounts associated with these users won't be affected. Neither
> will project's public_html hosting associated with these users.
> Before removal of these accounts, all users will be notified through their
> @common-lisp.net accounts which is expected to forward to a valid mail
> address. If a valid forward address isn't available, I'll be assuming we
> lost contact and there's no other option than to assume lost interest,
> followed by clean-up.
> This mail is both to notify as well as to solicit feedback.
> Any comments?
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