A copy of my private answer to a flood of four (!) replies I've
received after the original post:
first of all, there's a question mark in the subject line. In other
words, I *ask* whether this is intended usage of bodhi, because I have
doubts that it is.
Secondly, in my opinion, it is not okay that one person opens multiple
Fedora accounts. It's not nice either because everybody else can only
spend +1/-1 karma. You don't plan to create an account for each server
and give +1 for each server, do you? Or let co-workers create many
accounts and let them spend many +1 for the same site/infrastructure?
If I find a bug in the software that affects N machines, I don't use N
accounts to give -N karma. Same for positive karma. Even if test
results depend on different hardware, where would this end?
One Fedora account for each machine with different hardware?
In case there are no rules yet, it's about time to create some.