Huh, members of fedora-docs can't add another group, even though
fedora-docs has admin privileges? Anyone know if that's a bug? The
"add group" page says it should be possible, but it's not exactly
written very well so I'm not sure if I understand it correctly.
Thanks for the acks. I created a quick-docs-committers group but only Matt and Brian have privileges to add new group access to the Pagure quick-docs repo. One of them must add the group to grant commit access: https://pagure.io/group/quick-docs-committers https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/quick-docs/settings#usersgroups-tab On 3/21/19 2:11 PM, Sumantro Mukherjee wrote:On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 11:38 PM Petr Bokoc wrote: On 3/20/19 12:26 AM, Justin W. Flory wrote:Hi all, is anyone opposed to setting up a new Pagure group with commit access to the quick-docs repository? I figure this is a less restrictive option to enable someone to be a more advanced contributor without giving them the keys to all of Fedora's documentation. This might better align with someone's interests too, in case they only want to volunteer with quick-docs. I also thought this could be useful to begin building up a community around quick-docs to bring in more people to act as reviewers / maintainers. I'm happy to take initiative on this, but I wanted to get feedback before doing so. I talked about this with Ankur when I suggested to get him commit access to quick-docs. Anyone mind if I set this up? Let me know.+1 from me, whatever makes it easier for people to get into quick-docs is good with me. +1 from my side too
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