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Hi everybody,

I replied this email off-list. In the publicity team we have started recently
a git repo with email templates for replying this type of requests.
We receive emails likes this often in press@xxxxxxxxxx and I'm sure we're
not the only team.
The git repo is at https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/publicity/mails.git/
feel free to improve the existing emails, add translations and new emails.

Ana


On Tue, Aug 29, 2017 at 09:19:23PM +0200, Anon Andme wrote:
> Please stop sending emails to this address. I did not subscribe to this
> 
> On 25 August 2017 at 14:53, Enrico Zini <enrico@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> > # nm.debian.org updates
> >
> > At DebConf17, people from New Member Front Desk, keyring-maint and MIA
> > teams met and worked on developing and deploying various new things on
> > nm.debian.org:
> >
> >
> > ## "cancel" link for a process
> >
> > If you started a process by mistake, or want to change your mind, you
> > can now click "cancel" on the process page, and have it canceled
> > yourself, with the opportunity to provide a message for the logs.
> >
> >
> > ## 1-click emeritus
> >
> > You can now use nm.debian.org to retire from Debian (emeritus): request
> > a new status on your personal page[1], write a goodbye message that will
> > be automatically posted on debian-private, and you are done.
> >
> > This also automatically notifies the MIA team, so that they can check if
> > some of your packages still need orphaning.
> >
> > [1] Direct link: https://nm.debian.org/process/emeritus
> >
> >
> > ## New automated "Where Art Thou?" processes
> >
> > The MIA team[1] can now trigger a WAT run for a person with just one
> > click. The process is tracked like any other process in the site, so it
> > will be easy to track progress, or lack of response, over time.
> >
> > The WAT mail will contain links that can be clicked to report that a
> > person is still active (which will automatically cancel the process), or
> > to the 1-click emeritus interface to retire, described above.
> >
> > 30 days after the WAT ping is sent, if no action was taken by the
> > potentially MIA developer, a Debian Account Manager, or someone
> > delegated by them, can initiate the account removal.
> >
> > The account removal is notified with a mail to
> > debian-private@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, followed by a pause of two weeks to
> > give people time to react. For example, the MIA ping could have been
> > sent to an old email address, and this gives people a chance to point it
> > out.
> >
> > Finally, if no concerns are raised, the account is removed.
> >
> > [1] https://wiki.debian.org/qa.debian.org/MIATeam
> >
> >
> > ## Easier approvals for Front Desk and DAM
> >
> > nm.debian.org is now able to talk directly to rt.debian.org to submit
> > issues. This makes it easier to do approvals for Front Desk and DAM. It
> > also helps avoid encoding issues in signatures seen by keyring-maint.
> >
> > nm.debian.org can also now interact with a command line tool[1] to
> > automate those review steps that usually happen on Front Desk or DAM's
> > systems, like verifying signatures in mails and signing the final RT
> > ticket.
> >
> > [1] https://github.com/spanezz/debsso-client
> >
> >
> > Enrico
> >
> > --
> > GPG key: 4096R/634F4BD1E7AD5568 2009-05-08 Enrico Zini <
> > enrico@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >