FYI: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shell_account Shell Access (as far as I
can fathom it) means the keys to the back door of the house.
I for one would be very happy if Tim were able to do a bit of tinkering
under the bonnet of our website if he is willing to do so.
Peace, love & metadata
On Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 9:22 AM, private musings <thepmacco...@gmail.com>wrote:
> heh... at this point /me offers tim a comfy chair, a nice cool drink
> (toohey's extra dry?) and generally placates the friendly developer -
> now wanders off and begs any passing person who might have an idea
> what this shell access of which he speaks is, to please make sure he
> gets it before he finishes his drink (or before he gets into the 4th
> or 5th)
> seriously - I feel certain no-one would object to Tim having shell
> access to the wmau wiki, so can we please make sure this lovely chap
> gets it asap :-)
> On 11/30/09, Tim Starling <tstarl...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> > Sarah Ewart wrote:
> >> >>
> >> > Bug andrew and tell him what to do then :p
> >> >
> >> Andrew as in Orderinchaos? Or Andrew as in Werdna?
> >> Andrew as in Werdna, he's our volunteer sysadmin. I've told him
> >> several times about the history tab (most recently when Angela
> >> mentioned it to me).
> > I'm sure he could fix it if he had the inclination. He, however, is not
> > the one who's offerring.
> > -- Tim Starling
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