[sudo-access] [sudo-discuss] [omni-discuss] card access questions for Omni general membership
morganrallen at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 15:11:01 PST 2016
It should be added to sudo-humans
On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 3:09 PM, Patrik D'haeseleer <patrikd at gmail.com>
> I agree with Jake on these.
> We should have Omni affiliation and a means of contact for every person
> who has door access. And root access to the door control computer should be
> carefully controlled and logged.
> In my opinion, anonymous access to the door control computer is probably
> the more worrisome issue. If you can at least track *who* is adding people
> to the access list, that would be a good start. Then we can at least
> reeducate those people to fill in the required information - or suspend
> their admin access if they keep adding unaffiliated people...
> On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 1:57 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
>> As one of the people with the ability to edit the Front Door Magnetic
>> Card Access System, I have a few questions for everyone to think about:
>> What are our requirements for information kept on each card? This
>> information is only available to people like myself with root access on the
>> door control computer.
>> I was going on the assumption that, for each card able to open the door,
>> we should store the following information:
>> 1. the name or nym identifying the person who will be using the card
>> 2. a way to contact that person (phone number or email)
>> 3. at least one affiliation with a member collective (sudo, CCL, BAPS etc)
>> I have been seeing cards getting added to the records without #2 and #3
>> and I wonder if we, as Omni, thing this is a sustainable policy.
>> Also, I don't know how many people have access to the door control
>> computer, and access is presently anonymous. Is this something that should
>> be more curated? We have a mailing list access at lists.sudoroom.org but I
>> never get any responses from anyone on the list.
>> thanks for your thoughts on this.
>> discuss mailing list
>> discuss at lists.omnicommons.org
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