Justin W. Flory (he/him)
This commit swaps the Telegram bot token used for the `#rit-lug` TeleIRC bridge from me (@jwflory) over to @jrtechs, a.k.a. RITlug eboard. Unfortunately a shared Telegram account to register these things requires a throwaway phone number, which comes with other sustainability costs. Anyways, this now makes @jrtechs and me the best points of contact for the `#rit-lug` TeleIRC bot. Signed-off-by: Justin W. Flory <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Set of scripts, playbooks, and other tools to automate and manage FOSS@MAGIC infrastructure
This repository contains various scripts and other automation tools to manage the FOSS@MAGIC infrastructure.
Changes to the infrastructure should be made via this repository.
As of now, there is only one playbook to use:
ansible-playbook-3 -u $USER -K playbooks/irc-lug.yml
This repository is licensed under the BSD 3-Clause License.
Reuse anything you want in your own configurations.
If you publish any remixed work online, add a link back here to your README please. :memo:
And you can say :wave: to me in your git commit.
These projects are used, or were used at one time, by this project.
Thanks for the work of those who shared changes in the open. :tada: