Hello EMEA Ambassadors,
I completed the trac migration from fedorahosted to pagure. The
visibility has been set to private, since there is sensitive information
like home addresses, receipts, phone numbers, etc attached to the
tickets. There are a couple of active tickets in the trac, that I will
transfer to the new issue trackers soon. You can find the migrated trac
here. Please do not open new tickets there, use the other issue
trackers to request funding or swag.
I have created another issue tracker for funding requests, that is
set to public for the time being. This will be our primary issue tracker
for funding requests or other expenses that will be reimbursed from the
EMEA Budget. In the next meeting we have to make a decision weather or
not we want to move forward with bex's idea to have 2 issue trackers for
funding requests (one public under the EMEA group, and one private were
receipts will be uploaded at, under the fedora-budget group). There is
also an issue tracker for swag requests that is set to private
(because it contains private information like addresses and phone
All of the repositories/issue trackers I mentioned can be found under
the EMEA Ambassadors group in pagure. Members of this group can see
the private issue trackers, add comments to private tickets, change the
status of tickets, and many more. I added some EMEA Ambassadors to the
group. If you have not been added, you can ping me(off-list or in
Telegram) or someone else that is in the group to add you. Please don't
add people to the group that are not EMEA Ambassadors.
By default people that are in the EMEA Ambassadors group in pagure
receive email notifications for ticket creation, new comments, status
updates in tickets, etc. You can stop receiving notifications by
visiting the specific project and click the stop watching button. For
example, you might want to unsubscribe from the swag_requests tracker.
I'm still exploring the capabilities of pagure, so please correct me if
I did something wrong.
Many thanks to jflory7 and nmilosev for their help during the migration!
<mitzie at mitzelos dot com>
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