I sent you invite again.
I looked at the activity only on GitHub side for the fedora-infra
repositories, that could be the reason of inactivity.
On 01. 09. 23 15:16, Pavel Raiskup wrote:
On pátek 1. září 2023 14:59:12 CEST Michal Konecny wrote:
> I did a cleaning in Fedora infra groups in both Github (fedora-infra
> organization https://github.com/fedora-infra
) and Pagure (fedora-infra
> group https://pagure.io/group/fedora-infra
). I removed the people that
> were inactive in the last year.
I received "Removed from the "Fedora Infrastructure" organization"
e-mail. **I think** I was added there because we need to be able to set
status on https://github.com/fedora-infra/statusfpo
- not sure if I'll
be able to this? Do I actually need to be in that group? Otherwise, I
try to be active (ansible.git, Fedora Copr), not sure how "inactive in
the last year" happened. :-)
Anyways, thank you for doing this maintenance task, Michal!
> I also removed people from infra-sig FAS group
) I only left the
> same members as in fedora-infra pagure group (I didn't add any). I
> thought that those groups should be synced, but it doesn't seem like
> they are. Is this correct?
> If I accidentally removed somebody who should be in those groups, let me
> know and I will add you back.
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