Every 3 months, we at Mozilla have to reset our LDAP passwords. The system helpfully sends the first reminder 2 weeks before your password expires, then the second reminder 1 week before your password expires and the last reminder 2 days before your password expires.
Sometimes time passes by faster than you know and you end up with a Locked out of LDAP account.
The 3 month LDAP password reset is such a large part of our lives that I propose it become a standard unit of measure for elapsed time.
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Used in casual conversation on IRC:
<patbot> anyone use less? <corycory> i only use sass. it's the best. * riledupriley has quit (Quit: riledupriley) <patbot> :( <hugbot> (patbot) * r1cky has joined #casualconversationexample <r1cky> morning! <nigelb> r1cky: hai! <nigelb> Ah, it's nearly mfbt. <mtjordan> sure. been using it for 3 ldap password resets. <mtjordan> patbot: why do you ask?
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Used when joining a new group:
From: Jordan To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Welcome Jordan to some-group! Hi! I'm excited to join some-group! Hopefully I bring something useful to the table. I've been at Mozilla for 7 LDAP password resets, I like top-posting and I make a mean cold brew coffee. Looking forward to my first meeting! Jordan On Blah blah blah at blah blah blah, Pat wrote: > Hi all! > > I'd like to welcome Jordan to some-group! Jordan brings > expertise that is invaluable. I'm excited! Yay! > > Jordan: Tell us about yourself! > > Pat
Used in an email to everyone@ about departing:
Update: Potch suggested just using "LDAPs". Used in a sentence: "I've been here for 6 LDAPs." I like that.