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Added example blogposts

The usage of privsep isn't really clear nor easy - adding examples
is a good way to avoid bad practices, especially since those two
entries actually provide hints for a common, clean way to use this
library.

Thumb up to Mike Carden for those precious links.

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 To use oslo.privsep in a project::
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     import oslo_privsep
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+You can read the following blog posts in order to know a bit more:
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+* `How to make a privileged call with oslo privsep`_
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+* `Adding oslo privsep to a new project, a worked example`_
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+.. _How to make a privileged call with oslo privsep: https://www.madebymikal.com/how-to-make-a-privileged-call-with-oslo-privsep/
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+.. _Adding oslo privsep to a new project, a worked example: https://www.madebymikal.com/adding-oslo-privsep-to-a-new-project-a-worked-example/

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