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> In this case there is a mis-understanding, if created as such
> famsco members will be able to add events, I believe what you want
> is to
> restrict adding meetings to the ambassador group.
No, in fact I think it should not be limited to ambassadors. We have
people running events who are not (officially) ambassadors and I
don't see a reason why something like an infrastructure FAD shouldn't be
listed in the events calendar, too.
So for me the question is: Should we limit it to ambassadors yes or
no? What do people think?
I think that every FAS user should be able to create his Fedora related event. It will
give us very interesting view on such activity. Because certanly there are users who have
no official ambassador status, but who are active Fedora users and organise Fedora events.
And what about event ownership? If we assume that meeting organizer
in the calendar equals the event owner in the wiki, it might in fact
make sense to limit access to ambassadors. We need to discuss this a bit
For example, we prepare an event . We have at least 4 persons in our team and only one
of us has official ambassador status. One of us (Peter) is responsible for wiki page (one
can look at history page) and somebody else (for example, me) can be responsible for
creating an event in Fedocal. So the event owner in the wiki doesn't equals to the
calendar event owner, although we are from the same team.
 - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Offline_Test_Day/2013-06-01_Virtualization
> At the moment there is no administrator group per calendar.
Then I'm not sure fedocal is suitable for the ambassadors. if every
every ambassador / FCPA member needs to be admin to add an event,
is a no go as it would allow then to edit the whole calendar, even to
delete it. Sorry, we cannot risk that.
Will there be admins per calendar in the near future?
As I've understood we need only few admins from ambassadors to be added manually 
to the administrators group of the Fedocal. They will be able to create/edit/delete all
meetings and all calendars and their mission will be to moderate the events (just in
And to create an event one should only be a FAS user from fedora_cla group. So there is no
risk. Do I get smth wrong?
 - http://fedocal.readthedocs.org/en/latest/configuration.html#the-admin-group
Inna Kabanova / Russian Fedora Team