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Re: Infrastructure status, 2008-08-16 UTC 1530



>
>> The least fedora could have done is give some suggestions to users on how to
>> take precautions if this is really a security issue which seems quite
>> obvious now since it's been days and everyone is in the dark
>>
> I completly agree. The way of communicating this issue is pretty bad. In
> fact, nobody really seems to know if it was just a spontanous maintaince
> work with a strange announce or an possible security breach itself.
> After some days there is no clue about what actually might be the
> problem. Of course, nobody might expect that the issue is resolved,
> however, there should be CLEAR announcements that informs the user about
> the best way to handle the issue. Else, I need to calculate with the
> worst case and that is a security breach with compromissed signed keys.
> No information about the time the problem occurs, so you have to see all
> fedora system as possible compromised. That's not funny to be left in
> that situation with an "please don't install updates" and "the wiki will
> be back soon".
>
> Make clear announcements and tell what you think what might be happened.
> This will greatly help to avoid spreading rumors and many users might
> sleep much better at night.
>
> Best regards,
> Florian
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I agree!

Regards,
Roger


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