On 03/18/2016 03:41 PM, James Bishop wrote:
The biggest question I have right now is whether I need to be a part of
the marketing group to log in to the other sites. I have an FAS
account, and the CLA has been signed, but when I try to sign on to the
TRAC, I get a "you are not allowed here" message, and the wiki tells me
that my login info is bad.
Yes, the best place to add some more info would definitely be the Trac.
The reason why you are unable to log in is because there are some
temporary limitations added to the wiki and all Trac instances to block
a recent bout with spambots attacking both services. You should stop by
in #fedora-admin and ping either puiterwijk or nirik to add your FAS
account to the antispam-ack group. This limitation is actually due to be
lifted sometime today, but if you are unable to log in still, please let
the folks know there and they can help get you logged in!
As for what I <3 about Python in Fedora, I would say that it comes
to the fact that the packages I need are in the repos, so I can manage
everything with one package manager, and the ease of transition to RHEL
instances. That said, I didn't really choose Fedora as a Python
developer, but as someone who appreciates free software and Fedora's
stance on it.
That kind of feedback is definitely good to hear. Whatever your
experience or profession is, adding that in somewhere for consideration
should definitely happen. Let's see if we can get your Trac permissions
resolved and then add that to the ticket.
Justin W. Flory