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Provide tooling to for periodic reminders (like renewing domains and update SSL certificates)
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Maybe best to just do this through Calendar, but it might be nice to integrate reminders more tightly for ops-specific periodic events, notably SSL / domain names.

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epriestley renamed this task from Provide tooling to remind administrators to renew domains and update SSL certificates to Provide tooling to for periodic reminders (like renewing domains and update SSL certificates).Jan 12 2016, 12:30 PM
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We run basically all our company todos in Phabricator. Example user scenarios that I'd like to see covered with this feature:

  • Update SSL certificate every year
  • Update the Apple iOS developer license every year
  • Update the financials every week
  • Update the address list monthly
  • Process tax sheet every quarter

Tasks are assigned automatically with a given priority.

@epriestley @jdiepenmaat If I may add ideas on that. I am using Things at the moment. There are only two reasons that hold me back to finally and completely switch to Phabricator:

  • recurring tasks
  • start dates for tasks

The latter is basically what your example is about, right? Because if I have just renewed the SSL certificate then a new task is created (due date being in one year), but it should not possible to start that right away, as it's not necessary. You would use a start date as well, wouldn't you?