I've removed you from the search project. I'm not admin on any other, so I
can't help you there :/
On Thu, Feb 18, 2021 at 7:04 PM Bryan Davis <bd808(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
On Thu, Feb 18, 2021 at 9:00 AM Željko Filipin
I'm offboarding from my previous team. As part of that process, I've
noticed I'm a member in a few Horizon projects:
I don't think I've ever used Horizon. For project security reasons, I
would like to remove myself from all projects, since I'm not using them.
I've failed to figure out how to do that.
Any member of a Cloud VPS project with the "admin" role in that
project can add and remove others from the project using Horizon. To
find out who is an admin for any given project, you can use the
to find the project
and then see details about the admins, members, proxies, instances,
etc for that project.
The "bastion" project has special handling in our shared OpenStack
system. Users are added/removed from this project automatically
through custom "hook" code based on their other project memberships.
This hook will ensure that you are a member of the bastion project
when you are added to any other project. It will also ensure you are
removed from the bastion project when you are removed from a project
and the only project membership remaining for your account is the
The "tools" project is the Cloud VPS project name for Toolforge. You
are currently a co-maintainer of the
Removing membership in the project would effectively also remove your
maintainer access for this tool.
Bryan Davis Technical Engagement Wikimedia Foundation
Principal Software Engineer Boise, ID USA
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