#57 Paranoid Panda

Created 4 years ago by lmacken
Modified 6 months ago

%YAML 1.2

name: Paranoid Panda
description: You updated your password with the Fedora Account System (FAS)
creator: lmacken

This is a link to the discussion about adopting this as

a for-real badge
discussion:

A link to the image for the badge.

image_url:

The issuer.

issuer_id: fedora-project

trigger:
all:
- topic: fas.user.update
- lambda: "'password' in msg.get('msg', {}).get('fields', [])"

Once the check has been triggered, this defines what we

actually check.

criteria:
datanommer:
filter:
topics:
- "%(topic)s"
operation: count
condition:
greater than or equal to: 1

Attachments
paranoid-panda.png - 2013-08-14 13:40:33 Comment Download
paranoid-panda.png - 2013-08-14 13:40:33 Comment Download
paranoid-panda.2.png - 2013-08-14 13:40:53 Comment Download
paranoid-panda.2.png - 2013-08-14 13:40:53 Comment Download
paranoid-panda.3.png - 2015-08-05 15:03:41 Comment Download
paranoid-panda.3.png - 2015-08-05 15:03:41 Comment Download

Reformatted. I'm open to other names for this badge as well.

{{{
%YAML 1.2


name: Paranoid Panda
description: You updated your password with the Fedora Account System (FAS)
creator: lmacken

This is a link to the discussion about adopting this as

a for-real badge
discussion:

A link to the image for the badge.

image_url:

The issuer.

issuer_id: fedora-project

trigger:
all:
- topic: fas.user.update
- lambda: "'password' in msg.get('msg', {}).get('fields', [])"

Once the check has been triggered, this defines what we

actually check.

criteria:
datanommer:
filter:
topics:
- "%(topic)s"
operation: count
condition:
greater than or equal to: 1
}}}

Reformatted. I'm open to other names for this badge as well.

{{{
%YAML 1.2


name: Paranoid Panda
description: You updated your password with the Fedora Account System (FAS)
creator: lmacken

This is a link to the discussion about adopting this as

a for-real badge
discussion:

A link to the image for the badge.

image_url:

The issuer.

issuer_id: fedora-project

trigger:
all:
- topic: fas.user.update
- lambda: "'password' in msg.get('msg', {}).get('fields', [])"

Once the check has been triggered, this defines what we

actually check.

criteria:
datanommer:
filter:
topics:
- "%(topic)s"
operation: count
condition:
greater than or equal to: 1
}}}

updated yaml with recipient:
paranoid-panda.yml

updated yaml with recipient:
paranoid-panda.yml

Artwork idea - a panda with sunglasses and a fake stache, or hiding its face behind a newspaper? I kinda love the sound of the name, though I guess you could say 'Paranoid' might sound like it's a bad thing when it's a good thing. Bit nitpicky though.

Artwork idea - a panda with sunglasses and a fake stache, or hiding its face behind a newspaper? I kinda love the sound of the name, though I guess you could say 'Paranoid' might sound like it's a bad thing when it's a good thing. Bit nitpicky though.

paranoid panda (110px)
paranoid-panda.png

paranoid panda (110px)
paranoid-panda.png

paranoid panda (256px)
paranoid-panda.2.png

paranoid panda (256px)
paranoid-panda.2.png

[[Image(paranoid-panda.png)]]

[[Image(paranoid-panda.2.png)]]

[[Image(paranoid-panda.png)]]

[[Image(paranoid-panda.2.png)]]

I really love that artwork and the name...but the combination of the two really kinda doesn't quite match the actual definition of the badge. Changing your password (once at least) isn't really 'paranoid'...I wonder if we could make this a series and have 'Paranoid Panda' be the highest level, for changing your password like 50 times? Thoughts?

I really love that artwork and the name...but the combination of the two really kinda doesn't quite match the actual definition of the badge. Changing your password (once at least) isn't really 'paranoid'...I wonder if we could make this a series and have 'Paranoid Panda' be the highest level, for changing your password like 50 times? Thoughts?

Um. We'd probably want to put rate control on password changes on the FAS side in that case. And an appropriate 'forbidden' message: "You can't change your password more than five times a day. We know you want the Paranoid Panda badge, but this isn't the way!"

Um. We'd probably want to put rate control on password changes on the FAS side in that case. And an appropriate 'forbidden' message: "You can't change your password more than five times a day. We know you want the Paranoid Panda badge, but this isn't the way!"

Set triaged to 'yes' for all tickets, as I've hit them all already.

Set triaged to 'yes' for all tickets, as I've hit them all already.

just put types back in, we'll try and handle bugs here too, no new trac.

just put types back in, we'll try and handle bugs here too, no new trac.

pushed the artwork to the repo

pushed the artwork to the repo

Yaml is approved!

Yaml is approved!

Replying to [comment:6 adamwill]:

I really love that artwork and the name...but the combination of the two really kinda doesn't quite match the actual definition of the badge. Changing your password (once at least) isn't really 'paranoid'...I wonder if we could make this a series and have 'Paranoid Panda' be the highest level, for changing your password like 50 times? Thoughts?

Circling back on this… I think making the condition higher than 1 may be a good idea. We want to encourage people to change their passwords on a regular basis, so making this a multi-tier badge might be cool.

Replying to [comment:6 adamwill]:

I really love that artwork and the name...but the combination of the two really kinda doesn't quite match the actual definition of the badge. Changing your password (once at least) isn't really 'paranoid'...I wonder if we could make this a series and have 'Paranoid Panda' be the highest level, for changing your password like 50 times? Thoughts?

Circling back on this… I think making the condition higher than 1 may be a good idea. We want to encourage people to change their passwords on a regular basis, so making this a multi-tier badge might be cool.

At the very least, this one should be on the second change of your password.

Otherwise everyone that signs up for a FAS account, then sets their password will get the badge everytime.

At the very least, this one should be on the second change of your password.

Otherwise everyone that signs up for a FAS account, then sets their password will get the badge everytime.

Can you file it as a bug on an existing badge, now it's been pushed? I think that's gonna work better. thanks!

Can you file it as a bug on an existing badge, now it's been pushed? I think that's gonna work better. thanks!

6 months ago

Metadata Update from @lmacken:
- Issue assigned to duffy

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