[maemo-community] maemo.org infra safety - HiFo action URGENTLY needed.

From: joerg Reisenweber joerg at openmoko.org
Date: Tue Mar 11 17:07:35 UTC 2014
On Sun 09 March 2014 02:42:20 chemist wrote:
> we wanted to make sure that Joerg does not shutdown anything we
> might need as we were unsure if it is even l2 he is talking about or
> another service he never told anyone about.

Letting other nonsense and incorrect "info" aside, did you notice the logical 
error in this statement? When HiFo (incorrectly) claims they didn't know I'm 
talking about l2 and they expect any other obscure services (they made up) to 
go down because of rogue activity on my side, then how would a new alternative 
for l2 that they establish without letting me know help to avoid that other 
services going down anyway?
Or is this statement just not crafted and checked carefully enough for logical 
errors and plausibility before they post it to the public to bash me for 
nonsense they made up? Colloquially a lame excuse for them not informing me 
that l2 is not needed anymore since they found something better. (I don't even 
demand them doing proper peer review of their new solution, it seems that Falk 
considered it OK, so I don't care, after all it's just a backup and *Falk* 
been the *responsible maintainer* of the original l2 backup, he did it and 
always knew about its status in detail and what's there, since he did it. He 
also knew I'm paying for that service, despite chemist claiming Falk said he 
didn't know or even he knew I don't pay for anything)
Oh, chemist even says he himself used l2 for tmo backup purposes and he never 
informed sysops about any change in that (I.E. he never told us "I don't need 
the backup space on l2 anymore"). A few lines later he claims no service on l2 
ever been used (owtte)

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