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## -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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##
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## UI settings
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####################
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#
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## API URL
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#COMPUTE_API_URL = '/api/v1.1'
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#
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## base url for ui static files
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## if not set, defaults to MEDIA_URL + 'snf-<latest_ui_version>/'
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#UI_MEDIA_URL = '/static/ui/static/snf/'
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#
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## UI requests to the API layer time out after that many milliseconds
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#TIMEOUT = 10 * 1000
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#
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## A list of suggested server tags (server metadata keys)
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#DEFAULT_KEYWORDS = ["OS", "Role", "Location", "Owner"]
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#
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## A list of allowed icons for OS Images
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#IMAGE_ICONS = ["redhat", "ubuntu", "debian", "windows", "gentoo", "archlinux",
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#               "centos", "fedora", "freebsd", "netbsd", "openbsd", "slackware",
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#               "suse", "kubuntu"]
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#
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## How often should the UI request changes from the API
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#UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL = 5000
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#
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## Milieconds to increase the interval after UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL_INCREASE_AFTER_CALLS_COUNT calls
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## of recurrent api requests
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#UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL_INCREASE = UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL / 4
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#UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL_INCREASE_AFTER_CALLS_COUNT = 4
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#
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## Maximum update interval
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#UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL_MAX = UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL * 3
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#
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## Fast update interval
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#UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL_FAST = UI_UPDATE_INTERVAL / 2
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#
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## Miliseconds to remove from the previous server response time used in
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## consecutive API calls (aligning changes-since attribute).
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#UI_CHANGES_SINCE_ALIGNMENT = 0
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#
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## How often to check for user usage changes
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#UI_QUOTAS_UPDATE_INTERVAL = 10000
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#
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## List of emails used for sending the feedback messages to (following the ADMINS format)
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#FEEDBACK_CONTACTS = (
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#    # ('Contact Name', 'contact_email@domain.com'),
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#)
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#
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## Email from which the feedback emails will be sent from
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#FEEDBACK_EMAIL_FROM = "~okeanos <no-reply@grnet.gr>"
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#
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## URL to redirect not authenticated users
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#UI_LOGIN_URL = "/im/login"
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#
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## URL to redirect user to when he logs out from the ui
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#UI_LOGOUT_URL = "/im/logout"
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#
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## Cookie name to retrieve authentication data from
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#UI_AUTH_COOKIE_NAME = '_pithos2_a'
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#
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## Flavor options that we provide to the user as predefined
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## cpu/ram/disk combinations on vm create wizard
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#VM_CREATE_SUGGESTED_FLAVORS = {
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#    'small': {
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#        'cpu': 1,
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#        'ram': 1024,
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#        'disk': 20,
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#        'disk_template': 'drbd'
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#    },
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#    'medium': {
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#        'cpu': 2,
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#        'ram': 2048,
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#        'disk': 30,
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#        'disk_template': 'drbd'
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#
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#    },
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#    'large': {
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#        'cpu': 4,
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#        'ram': 4096,
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#        'disk': 40,
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#        'disk_template': 'drbd'
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#
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#    }
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#}
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## A list of metadata keys to clone from image
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## to the virtual machine on its creation.
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#VM_IMAGE_COMMON_METADATA = ["OS", "loginname", "logindomain", "users", "remote"]
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## A list of suggested vm roles to display to user on create wizard
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#VM_CREATE_SUGGESTED_ROLES = ["Database server", "File server", "Mail server", "Web server", "Proxy"]
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## Template to be used for suggesting the user a default name for newly created
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## vms. {0} gets replaced by the image OS value
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#VM_CREATE_NAME_TPL = "My {0} server"
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## Template to use to build vm hostname
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#UI_VM_HOSTNAME_FORMAT = 'snf-%(id)s.vm.okeanos.grnet.gr'
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## Name/description metadata for the available flavor disk templates
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## Dict key is the disk_template value as stored in database
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#UI_FLAVORS_DISK_TEMPLATES_INFO = {
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#    'drbd': {'name': 'DRBD',
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#             'description': 'DRBD storage.'},
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#}
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## Override default connect prompt messages. The setting gets appended to the
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## ui default values so you only need to modify parameters you need to alter.
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##
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## Indicative format:
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## {
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##    '<browser os1>': {
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##        '<vm os family1>': ['top message....', 'bottom message'],
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##        '<vm os family 2>': ['top message....', 'bottom message'],
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##        'ssh_message': 'ssh %(user)s@%(hostname)s'
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## }
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## you may use the following parameters to format ssh_message:
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##
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## * server_id: the database pk of the vm
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## * ip_address: the ipv4 address of the public vm nic
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## * hostname: vm hostname
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## * user: vm username
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## you may assign a callable python object to the ssh_message, if so the above
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## parameters get passed as arguments to the provided object.
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#UI_CONNECT_PROMPT_MESSAGES = {}
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## extend rdp file content. May be a string with format parameters similar to
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## those used in UI_CONNECT_PROMPT_MESSAGES `ssh_message` or a callable object.
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#UI_EXTRA_RDP_CONTENT = None
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########################
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## UI BEHAVIOUR SETTINGS
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########################
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## Whether to increase the time of recurrent requests (networks/vms update) if
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## window loses its focus
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#UI_DELAY_ON_BLUR = False
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## Whether not visible vm views will update their content if vm changes
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#UI_UPDATE_HIDDEN_VIEWS = False
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## After how many timeouts of reccurent ajax requests to display the timeout
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## error overlay
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#UI_SKIP_TIMEOUTS = 1
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## Whether UI should display error overlay for all Javascript exceptions
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#UI_HANDLE_WINDOW_EXCEPTIONS = True
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## A list of os names that support ssh public key assignment
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#UI_SUPPORT_SSH_OS_LIST = ['debian', 'fedora', 'okeanos', 'ubuntu', 'kubuntu',
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#                          'centos', 'archlinux']
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## OS/username map to identify default user name for the specified os
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#UI_OS_DEFAULT_USER_MAP = {
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#    'debian':'root', 'fedora': 'root', 'okeanos': 'root',
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#    'ubuntu': 'root', 'kubuntu': 'root', 'centos': 'root',
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#    'windows': 'Administrator'
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#}
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###########################
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## UI NETWORK VIEW SETTINGS
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###########################
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## Available network types for use to choose when creating a private network
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## If only one set, no select options will be displayed
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#UI_NETWORK_AVAILABLE_NETWORK_TYPES = {'MAC_FILTERED': 'mac-filtering'}
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## Suggested private networks to let the user choose from when creating a private
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## network with dhcp enabled
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#UI_NETWORK_AVAILABLE_SUBNETS = ['10.0.0.0/24', '192.168.0.0/24']
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## UI will use this setting to find an available network subnet if user requests
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## automatic subnet selection.
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#UI_AUTOMATIC_NETWORK_RANGE_FORMAT = "192.168.%d.0/24"
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## Whether to display already connected vm's to the network connect overlay
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#UI_NETWORK_ALLOW_DUPLICATE_VM_NICS = False
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## Whether to display destroy action on private networks that contain vms. If
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## set to True, destroy action will only get displayed if user disconnect all
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## virtual machines from the network.
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#UI_NETWORK_STRICT_DESTROY = True
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## Whether or not to group public networks nics in a single network view
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#UI_GROUP_PUBLIC_NETWORKS = True
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## The name of the grouped network view
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#UI_GROUPED_PUBLIC_NETWORK_NAME = 'Internet'
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################
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## UI EXTENSIONS
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################
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## Glance images API endpoint
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#UI_GLANCE_API_URL = '/plankton'
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## Whether or not UI should display images from the Glance API
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## set in UI_GLANCE_API_URL, if setting is set to False, ui will
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## request images from Compute API
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#UI_ENABLE_GLANCE = True
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## a dict of image owner ids and their associate name
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## to be displayed on images list
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#UI_SYSTEM_IMAGES_OWNERS = {
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#    'admin@synnefo.gr': 'system',
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#    'images@synnefo.gr': 'system'
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#}
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