Add mailing scripts for ATEs in Graz and Wien, Austria.

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Wytze van der Raay 9 years ago
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[Deutsch]
Es hat sich viel getan im letzten Jahr. Eine ganze Reihe von bisher
eher "muendlich ueberlieferten" Regeln wurden in Policies gegossen.
Neue Prozeduren (z.B. die Assurer Challenge) und Verpflichtungen (z.B.
in dem CAcert Community Agreement) wurden beschlossen. Die Assurer
Training Events wollen versuchen, die ganzen Informationen unter's
Volk zu bringen:
- Welcher Satz fehlt auf alten CAP Formularen?
- Warum soll ich mir R/L/O einpraegen?
- Wie verhaelst du dich,
wenn du ein fremdes Ausweisdokument das erste Mal pruefst?
Antworten auf diese und weitere Fragen erhaelst du bei den
Assurer Training Events (ATEs).
Darueberhinaus wird beim ATE der Vorgang der Identitaetsueberpruefung
trainiert und auditiert, um die Qualitaet der Assurances in der
taeglichen Praxis zu erfassen. Dabei gilt es moegliche Fehler und
Fallstricke zu erkennen und aufzudecken. Die Assurer haben also die
Moeglichkeit, sich mit den Fehlern auseinanderzusetzen und zu erfahren,
wie diese vermieden werden koennen.
Wie IanG sagte: The ATE or Assurer Training Event is exceptionally
recommended for all Assurers, and include parts which contribute
directly to our audit. Come and find out how you can also contribute.
Die kommende Veranstaltung in deiner Naehe findet statt am:
- Donnerstag, den 13. November 2014
- in der Zeit von: 19:00 - ca. 22:00 Uhr
- realraum
- Brockmanngasse 15
- 8010 Graz
Details zum Veranstaltungsort und Anfahrthinweise findet Ihr im
Wiki [http://wiki.cacert.org/Events/2014-11-13-ATEGraz]
Blog [http://blog.cacert.org/2014/10/ate-graz-2014-11-13/]
Teilnehmer Registrierung mit Rueckantwort:
'Ich moechte am ATE-Graz teilnehmen'
Das Veranstaltungs-Team freut sich schon auf Eure Teilnahme.
Kontakt: events@cacert.org
[English]
During the last year many changes took place inside CAcert. Many "oral"
rules have been put into Policies. New procedures
(e.g. Assurer Challenge) and obligations
(e.g. CAcert Community Agreement) have been put into live.
The Assurer Training Events (ATE) try to spread this information:
- What is missing on the "old" CAP forms?
- Why should I remember R/L/O?
- What can you do if an Assuree shows an ID document unknown to you?
These and more questions will be answered during the
Assurer Training Events (ATEs)
Furthermore, the ATE trains how to do assurances and audits assurances,
to measure the quality of assurances in the daily routine. Here are some
possible errors and pitfalls which need to be found. Assurers have the
opportunity to see those errors and how to avoid them.
As IanG said: The ATE or Assurer Training Event is exceptionally
recommended for all Assurers and includes parts which contribute
directly to our audit. Come and find out how you can also contribute.
The next event held in your area will be:
- Thursday, November 13th 2014
- during: 19:00 - ca. 22:00
- realraum
- Brockmanngasse 15
- 8010 Graz
Details to the location can be found:
Wiki [http://wiki.cacert.org/Events/2014-11-13-ATEGraz]
Blog [http://blog.cacert.org/2014/10/ate-graz-2014-11-13/]
User reply for registration: 'I will attend the ATE-Graz'
The event team is looking forward for your attendance:
Contact: events@cacert.org

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#!/usr/bin/php -q
<? /*
LibreSSL - CAcert web application
Copyright (C) 2004-2013 CAcert Inc.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
*/
include_once("../includes/mysql.php");
$lines = "";
$fp = fopen("57at-ate-graz-email.txt", "r");
while(!feof($fp))
{
$line = trim(fgets($fp, 4096));
$lines .= wordwrap($line, 75, "\n")."\n";
}
fclose($fp);
// $locid = intval($_REQUEST['location']);
// $maxdist = intval($_REQUEST['maxdist']);
// maxdist in [Km]
$maxdist = 200;
// location location.ID
// verified: 29.4.09 u.schroeter
// $locid = 7902857; // Paris
// $locid = 238568; // Bielefeld
// $locid = 715191; // Hamburg
// $locid = 1102495; // London
// $locid = 606058; // Frankfurt
// $locid = 1775784; // Stuttgart
// $locid = 228950; // Berlin
// $locid = 606058; // Frankfurt
// $locid = 599389; // Flensburg
// $locid = 61065; // Amsterdam, Eemnes
// $locid = 228950; // Berlin
// $locid = 2138880; // Baltimore (Baltimore (city)), Maryland, United States
// $locid = 1486658; // Potsdam
// $locid = 664715; // Goteborg, Vastra Gotaland, Sweden
// $locid = 2094781; // Mission Hills (Los Angeles), California, United States
// $locid = 423655; // Copenhagen, Kobenhavn*, Denmark
// $locid = 2093625; // Los Angeles, CA ???
// $locid = 2094326 // Los Angeles (Los Angeles), California, United States
// $locid = 2257312; // Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
// $locid = 572764; // Essen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
// $locid = 78; // Aachen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
// $locid = 1260319; // Muenchen
// $locid = 266635; // Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
// $locid = 873779; // Karlsruhe, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
// $locid = 520340; // Dusseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
// $locid = 2262656; // Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
// $locid = 2185076; // Raleigh (Wake), North Carolina, United States
// $locid = 2126955; // Lawrence (Douglas), Kansas, United States
// $locid = 919560; // Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
// $locid = 228950; // Berlin
// $locid = 1117395; // Lubeck Hansestadt, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
// $locid = 675661; // Graz, Steiermark, Austria
// $locid = 1992733; // Wien, Wien, Austria
// $locid = ; 54334 // Amberg, Bayern, Germany
// $eventname = "ATE-Amberg";
// $city = "06. Januar 2014";
// $locid = 1089877; // Linz, Oberoesterreich, Austria
// $eventname = "ATE-Linz";
// $city = "16. Mai 2014";
// $locid = 1993029; // Wiesbaden, Hessen, Germany
// $eventname = "ATE-Wiesbaden";
// $city = "22. Mai 2014";
// $locid = 1356196; // Oberwart, Burgenland, Germany
// $eventname = "ATE-Oberwart (Korrektur)";
// $city = "27. Juni 2014";
$locid = 675661; // Graz, Steiermark, Austria
$eventname = "ATE-Graz";
$city = "13. November 2014";
$query = "select * from `locations` where `id`='$locid'";
$loc = mysql_fetch_assoc(mysql_query($query));
$query = "SELECT ROUND(6378.137 * ACOS(0.9999999*((SIN(PI() * $loc[lat] / 180) * SIN(PI() * `locations`.`lat` / 180)) +
(COS(PI() * $loc[lat] / 180 ) * COS(PI() * `locations`.`lat` / 180) *
COS(PI() * `locations`.`long` / 180 - PI() * $loc[long] / 180)))), -1) AS `distance`, sum(`points`) as pts, `users`.*
FROM `locations`
inner join `users` on `users`.`locid` = `locations`.`id`
inner join `alerts` on `users`.`id`=`alerts`.`memid`
inner join `notary` on `users`.`id`=`notary`.`to`
WHERE (`alerts`.`general`=1 OR `alerts`.`country`=1 OR `alerts`.`regional`=1 OR `alerts`.`radius`=1)
GROUP BY `users`.`id`
HAVING `distance` <= '$maxdist'
ORDER BY `distance` ";
echo $query;
// comment next line when starting to send mail not only to me
// $query = "select * from `users` where `email` like 'cacerttest%'";
$res = mysql_query($query);
$xrows = mysql_num_rows($res);
while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($res))
{
// uncomment next line to send mails ...
sendmail($row['email'], "[CAcert.org] $eventname - $city", $lines, "events@cacert.org", "", "", "CAcert Events Organisation", "returns@cacert.org", 1);
}
// 1x cc to events.cacert.org
sendmail("events@cacert.org", "[CAcert.org] $eventname - $city", $lines, "events@cacert.org", "", "", "CAcert Events Organisation", "returns@cacert.org", 1);
// 1x mailing report to events.cacert.org
sendmail("events@cacert.org", "[CAcert.org] $eventname - $city Report", "invitation sent to $xrows recipients.", "support@cacert.org", "", "", "CAcert Events Organisation", "returns@cacert.org", 1);
// 1x mailing report to Arbitrator of case http://wiki.cacert.org/wiki/Arbitrations/a20090525.1
sendmail("p.dunkel@cacert.org", "[CAcert.org] $eventname - $city Report", "invitation sent to $xrows recipients.", "support@cacert.org", "", "", "CAcert Events Organisation", "returns@cacert.org", 1);
echo "invitation sent to $xrows recipients.\n";
?>

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[Deutsch]
Es hat sich viel getan im letzten Jahr. Eine ganze Reihe von bisher
eher "muendlich ueberlieferten" Regeln wurden in Policies gegossen.
Neue Prozeduren (z.B. die Assurer Challenge) und Verpflichtungen (z.B.
in dem CAcert Community Agreement) wurden beschlossen. Die Assurer
Training Events wollen versuchen, die ganzen Informationen unter's
Volk zu bringen:
- Welcher Satz fehlt auf alten CAP Formularen?
- Warum soll ich mir R/L/O einpraegen?
- Wie verhaelst du dich,
wenn du ein fremdes Ausweisdokument das erste Mal pruefst?
Antworten auf diese und weitere Fragen erhaelst du bei den
Assurer Training Events (ATEs).
Darueberhinaus wird beim ATE der Vorgang der Identitaetsueberpruefung
trainiert und auditiert, um die Qualitaet der Assurances in der
taeglichen Praxis zu erfassen. Dabei gilt es moegliche Fehler und
Fallstricke zu erkennen und aufzudecken. Die Assurer haben also die
Moeglichkeit, sich mit den Fehlern auseinanderzusetzen und zu erfahren,
wie diese vermieden werden koennen.
Wie IanG sagte: The ATE or Assurer Training Event is exceptionally
recommended for all Assurers, and include parts which contribute
directly to our audit. Come and find out how you can also contribute.
Die kommende Veranstaltung in deiner Naehe findet statt am:
- Mittwoch, den 19. November 2014
- in der Zeit von: 19:00 - ca. 22:00 Uhr
- Metalab Wien
- Rathausstrasse 6
- 1010 Wien
Details zum Veranstaltungsort und Anfahrthinweise findet Ihr im
Wiki [http://wiki.cacert.org/Events/2014-11-19-ATEWien]
Blog [http://blog.cacert.org/2014/10/ate-wien-2014-11-19/]
Teilnehmer Registrierung mit Rueckantwort:
'Ich moechte am ATE-Wien teilnehmen'
Das Veranstaltungs-Team freut sich schon auf Eure Teilnahme.
Kontakt: events@cacert.org
[English]
During the last year many changes took place inside CAcert. Many "oral"
rules have been put into Policies. New procedures
(e.g. Assurer Challenge) and obligations
(e.g. CAcert Community Agreement) have been put into live.
The Assurer Training Events (ATE) try to spread this information:
- What is missing on the "old" CAP forms?
- Why should I remember R/L/O?
- What can you do if an Assuree shows an ID document unknown to you?
These and more questions will be answered during the
Assurer Training Events (ATEs)
Furthermore, the ATE trains how to do assurances and audits assurances,
to measure the quality of assurances in the daily routine. Here are some
possible errors and pitfalls which need to be found. Assurers have the
opportunity to see those errors and how to avoid them.
As IanG said: The ATE or Assurer Training Event is exceptionally
recommended for all Assurers and includes parts which contribute
directly to our audit. Come and find out how you can also contribute.
The next event held in your area will be:
- Wednesday, November 19th 2014
- during: 19:00 - ca. 22:00
- Metalab Vienna
- Rathausstrasse 6
- 1010 Vienna
Details to the location can be found:
Wiki [http://wiki.cacert.org/Events/2014-11-19-ATEWien]
Blog [http://blog.cacert.org/2014/10/ate-wien-2014-11-19/]
User reply for registration: 'I will attend the ATE-Vienna'
The event team is looking forward for your attendance:
Contact: events@cacert.org

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#!/usr/bin/php -q
<? /*
LibreSSL - CAcert web application
Copyright (C) 2004-2013 CAcert Inc.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of the License.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
*/
include_once("../includes/mysql.php");
$lines = "";
$fp = fopen("58at-ate-wien-email.txt", "r");
while(!feof($fp))
{
$line = trim(fgets($fp, 4096));
$lines .= wordwrap($line, 75, "\n")."\n";
}
fclose($fp);
// $locid = intval($_REQUEST['location']);
// $maxdist = intval($_REQUEST['maxdist']);
// maxdist in [Km]
$maxdist = 200;
// location location.ID
// verified: 29.4.09 u.schroeter
// $locid = 7902857; // Paris
// $locid = 238568; // Bielefeld
// $locid = 715191; // Hamburg
// $locid = 1102495; // London
// $locid = 606058; // Frankfurt
// $locid = 1775784; // Stuttgart
// $locid = 228950; // Berlin
// $locid = 606058; // Frankfurt
// $locid = 599389; // Flensburg
// $locid = 61065; // Amsterdam, Eemnes
// $locid = 228950; // Berlin
// $locid = 2138880; // Baltimore (Baltimore (city)), Maryland, United States
// $locid = 1486658; // Potsdam
// $locid = 664715; // Goteborg, Vastra Gotaland, Sweden
// $locid = 2094781; // Mission Hills (Los Angeles), California, United States
// $locid = 423655; // Copenhagen, Kobenhavn*, Denmark
// $locid = 2093625; // Los Angeles, CA ???
// $locid = 2094326 // Los Angeles (Los Angeles), California, United States
// $locid = 2257312; // Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
// $locid = 572764; // Essen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
// $locid = 78; // Aachen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
// $locid = 1260319; // Muenchen
// $locid = 266635; // Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
// $locid = 873779; // Karlsruhe, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
// $locid = 520340; // Dusseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
// $locid = 2262656; // Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
// $locid = 2185076; // Raleigh (Wake), North Carolina, United States
// $locid = 2126955; // Lawrence (Douglas), Kansas, United States
// $locid = 919560; // Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
// $locid = 228950; // Berlin
// $locid = 1117395; // Lubeck Hansestadt, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
// $locid = 675661; // Graz, Steiermark, Austria
// $locid = 1992733; // Wien, Wien, Austria
// $locid = ; 54334 // Amberg, Bayern, Germany
// $eventname = "ATE-Amberg";
// $city = "06. Januar 2014";
// $locid = 1089877; // Linz, Oberoesterreich, Austria
// $eventname = "ATE-Linz";
// $city = "16. Mai 2014";
// $locid = 1993029; // Wiesbaden, Hessen, Germany
// $eventname = "ATE-Wiesbaden";
// $city = "22. Mai 2014";
// $locid = 1356196; // Oberwart, Burgenland, Germany
// $eventname = "ATE-Oberwart (Korrektur)";
// $city = "27. Juni 2014";
// $locid = 675661; // Graz, Steiermark, Austria
// $eventname = "ATE-Graz";
// $city = "13. November 2014";
$locid = 1992733; // Wien, Wien, Austria
$eventname = "ATE-Wien";
$city = "19. November 2014";
$query = "select * from `locations` where `id`='$locid'";
$loc = mysql_fetch_assoc(mysql_query($query));
$query = "SELECT ROUND(6378.137 * ACOS(0.9999999*((SIN(PI() * $loc[lat] / 180) * SIN(PI() * `locations`.`lat` / 180)) +
(COS(PI() * $loc[lat] / 180 ) * COS(PI() * `locations`.`lat` / 180) *
COS(PI() * `locations`.`long` / 180 - PI() * $loc[long] / 180)))), -1) AS `distance`, sum(`points`) as pts, `users`.*
FROM `locations`
inner join `users` on `users`.`locid` = `locations`.`id`
inner join `alerts` on `users`.`id`=`alerts`.`memid`
inner join `notary` on `users`.`id`=`notary`.`to`
WHERE (`alerts`.`general`=1 OR `alerts`.`country`=1 OR `alerts`.`regional`=1 OR `alerts`.`radius`=1)
GROUP BY `users`.`id`
HAVING `distance` <= '$maxdist'
ORDER BY `distance` ";
echo $query;
// comment next line when starting to send mail not only to me
// $query = "select * from `users` where `email` like 'cacerttest%'";
$res = mysql_query($query);
$xrows = mysql_num_rows($res);
while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($res))
{
// uncomment next line to send mails ...
sendmail($row['email'], "[CAcert.org] $eventname - $city", $lines, "events@cacert.org", "", "", "CAcert Events Organisation", "returns@cacert.org", 1);
}
// 1x cc to events.cacert.org
sendmail("events@cacert.org", "[CAcert.org] $eventname - $city", $lines, "events@cacert.org", "", "", "CAcert Events Organisation", "returns@cacert.org", 1);
// 1x mailing report to events.cacert.org
sendmail("events@cacert.org", "[CAcert.org] $eventname - $city Report", "invitation sent to $xrows recipients.", "support@cacert.org", "", "", "CAcert Events Organisation", "returns@cacert.org", 1);
// 1x mailing report to Arbitrator of case http://wiki.cacert.org/wiki/Arbitrations/a20090525.1
sendmail("p.dunkel@cacert.org", "[CAcert.org] $eventname - $city Report", "invitation sent to $xrows recipients.", "support@cacert.org", "", "", "CAcert Events Organisation", "returns@cacert.org", 1);
echo "invitation sent to $xrows recipients.\n";
?>
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