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== How do we prevent vandalism? ==
 
== How do we prevent vandalism? ==
  
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The current interface for SMT is through Slack, which means we know who's performing any given action using the SMT. Whenever someone does something, the action is logged to the channel <code>#smt-accountability</code> in a message that alerts people in the channel using the <code>@here</code> username. Any abuse of the SMT will therefore be detectable and the abusers can be held accountable.
  
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The current interface for SMT is through Slack, which means we know who's performing any given action using the SMT. Whenever someone does something, the action is logged to the channel <code>#smt-accountability</code> in a message that alerts people in the channel using the <code>@here</code> username. Any abuse of the SMT will therefore be detectable and the abusers can be held accountable.
 
  
 
== Hacking on SMT ==
 
== Hacking on SMT ==

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