Isn't it easiest to just ask for the FAS name of the person who wants to
become a packager? I don't really see how this should be less efficient
than searching the mail address in the FAS database.
On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 3:23 PM, Jamie Nguyen <jamie(a)tomoyolinux.co.uk>wrote:
Thomas Spura <tomspur(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 3:24 PM, Jamie Nguyen <jamie(a)tomoyolinux.co.uk>
>> Thomas Spura wrote:
>>> 2012/2/23 Miroslav Suchý <msuchy(a)redhat.com>:
>>>> But I find incredibly hard to find relation between bugzilla email
>>>> How do you do this check?
>>> Show all useres in the cla_signed group  and search for the mail
>>> address. When it's not there it may be overritten in .
>>> When it's not there either, the user has not signed cla yet and cannot
>>> be a packager, yet.
>> You can't be a packager without signing the CLA, but you can sign the
>> CLA without being a packager.
> Yes, no cla -> no packager, like I wrote above.
> When someone has signed the cla, you then need to look if the user is
> already member of the packager group...
Perhaps I misunderstand, but I think the real problem is that the
email used for bugzilla doesn't have to be the same as the email
specified when signing up for a FAS account. So if the bugzilla email
isn't found in FAS, it doesn't necessarily mean that they don't yet
have a FAS account. Similarly, it also doesn't necessarily mean that
they haven't signed the CLA yet.
I don't know how these queries are done, but I would have thought that
if you can query whether any members of the CLA group have the email
address in question, you might as well query the Packager group from
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