Full name: Leon Ziemba
Public key (not the same used to access Labs):
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQC5jAvhIngD3svnIyBaHkhZTPEJc80jM363NfWUaFNcdi7n/VudTa3t8vL9jb1OZBUWnL/gfIW4VeLU4rKsfQkcpw6BpL9Qmr50Ewex9eU2pN3/tu1JN9OGNoJry8q81ZaxpH2wJD0JmCC4nlL84Ie7YjZQdcDpeDp4NL/eqEN30DilejVc34cMFpxcH2UYtJnoHGgSPBNsRvftrSniENKlWBrNF+Gjeg+awidUnlpTfGA0q8AGa5Fo69GkHxAzUymgNgeCY6w2H/HqgFcKT53YWgkViBZC0vi3Y0X0EDxnTgYbbKmSij7JU7Z4qJzzd+Tscd/xcO20hPsAYXcW/nF5 firstname.lastname@example.org
I do use this same keypair to access stat1002, which I am told is OK.
I am staff and mostly just want to be able to help my team debug and maintain production software. I thought stat1002 with analytics-store would suffice for my purposes, but I'm already running into situations where legit prod db access would really help – specifically T156318 where I was assumed to have access. SWAT deploys and other fun things may be in my future as well.