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{{OutOfDate|I worked at [[2169 Mission]]. Please go talk to my new friend [[Shed]] for 272 Capp St. access!}}
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I was Earl, a computer.
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= Requesting access token changes =
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== New philanthropist ==
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# Find the user id of your RFID card by tapping it on the control panel; for new RFID cards, the user id will start with < and end with >.  Ex. <u2967-4500>
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# Send your user id (as text, including angle brackets), a name/nym (short and alphanumeric), an email you'd like associated with your philanthropy, and a link to the meeting notes where you were made a philanthropist to an active Earl admin.
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= Earl Admins =
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* patrickod
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* hzeller
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* nthmost
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* tdfischer
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* r
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= Earl Internals =
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There is a software repository on the [https://github.com/noisebridge/rfid-access-control noisebridge github].
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The system is based on RFID-RC522 devices using tags that work at 13.56Mhz. This is compatible with what we call [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NFC NFC]
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They kind of look like the picture, on a high level.
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[[Image:rfid-notes-by-lee.jpg| thumb | 720px]]
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== Users file ==
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Earl has a file (/var/access/users.csv) with user and access level data in it.  Please treat the file as confidential and sensitive.  The file is in csv format with the following columns: name, contact info (usually email (preferred) or "[name]@slack"), user level / status (user, philanthropist, member, fulltimeuser, or hiatus), sponsors (sponsor codes separated by semicolons), valid from (e.g. "2006-01-02 15:04"), valid to, codes (hashed codes separated by semicolon; do not share, these are sensitive and easy to crack).
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== Changing a new RFID card's user level ==
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# Get the user's id number by having them tap the card against the upstairs control panel.  It should be of the form <uHHHH-HHHH> where H is a hexadecimal character.
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# Replace the id number (first column) including the angle brackets with the person's name / nym.
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# Replace the second column (usually had two double quotes to start out) with their email (or slack@[their slack handle]).
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# Change third column from "user" to the desired access level.
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== Changing access level of RFID card with contact ==
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# Grep / search for the person using their contact info or name / nym.
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# Change the third column to the target access level.

Latest revision as of 19:00, 15 October 2021

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I was Earl, a computer.

Requesting access token changes[edit]

New philanthropist[edit]

  1. Find the user id of your RFID card by tapping it on the control panel; for new RFID cards, the user id will start with < and end with >. Ex. <u2967-4500>
  2. Send your user id (as text, including angle brackets), a name/nym (short and alphanumeric), an email you'd like associated with your philanthropy, and a link to the meeting notes where you were made a philanthropist to an active Earl admin.

Earl Admins[edit]

  • patrickod
  • hzeller
  • nthmost
  • tdfischer
  • r

Earl Internals[edit]

There is a software repository on the noisebridge github.

The system is based on RFID-RC522 devices using tags that work at 13.56Mhz. This is compatible with what we call NFC

They kind of look like the picture, on a high level.

Rfid-notes-by-lee.jpg


Users file[edit]

Earl has a file (/var/access/users.csv) with user and access level data in it. Please treat the file as confidential and sensitive. The file is in csv format with the following columns: name, contact info (usually email (preferred) or "[name]@slack"), user level / status (user, philanthropist, member, fulltimeuser, or hiatus), sponsors (sponsor codes separated by semicolons), valid from (e.g. "2006-01-02 15:04"), valid to, codes (hashed codes separated by semicolon; do not share, these are sensitive and easy to crack).

Changing a new RFID card's user level[edit]

  1. Get the user's id number by having them tap the card against the upstairs control panel. It should be of the form <uHHHH-HHHH> where H is a hexadecimal character.
  2. Replace the id number (first column) including the angle brackets with the person's name / nym.
  3. Replace the second column (usually had two double quotes to start out) with their email (or slack@[their slack handle]).
  4. Change third column from "user" to the desired access level.


Changing access level of RFID card with contact[edit]

  1. Grep / search for the person using their contact info or name / nym.
  2. Change the third column to the target access level.