Dne 28.4.2017 v 10:44 Dominic Cleal napsal(a):
On 27/04/17 12:10, Vít Ondruch wrote:
> Dne 26.4.2017 v 16:38 Vít Ondruch napsal(a):
>> Dne 26.4.2017 v 14:06 Dominic Cleal napsal(a):
>>> Would setting ownership or admin automatically provide commit access to
>>> members of ruby-packagers-sig?
>> I assume that once the group is added as an admin of the package, then
>> every member of the group can adjust his/her rights. If the group has
>> commit bit, then every member of the group can commit. If I am right,
>> then it really depends what is the best practice here. Because this
>> means to answer questions such as: "how much credit we want to give each
>> contributor", because somebody might be proud to be listed explicitly as
>> a maintainer and somebody else probably does not care.
> So if I get this  right (and actually I discussed this with Pingou on
> IRC), then the ideal setup should be:
> 1) Group cannot be administrator, so there have to be at least one
> explicit "human" administrator (this is to prevent individual from the
> group to take control over the package).
> 2) Group should have commit bit, this allows everybody from the group to
> do changes to package in dist-git.
I wasn't able to set this on rubygem-Ascii85 in PkgDB, it showed an error:
User "ruby-packagers-sig" is not in the packager group
> 3) Group should have "watchbugzilla" to allow group to
be notified about
> BZ associated with the package.
And when trying to set just watch*, PkgDB showed another error:
User "ruby-packagers-sig" could not be found in FAS
Have you been able to update ACLs to the group on any packages? I was
using the PkgDB page at
try and grant access.
Have you followed this ?
For groups, the packager name will then have the format
group::<fas_group_name>. If you do not respect this format, pkgdb2 will
refuse to add the group as co-maintainer.
I was able to add the ruby-packagers-sig to rubygem-rails:
I went through "Manage committers" and then "Add someone" . There
can actually add all the bits to all branches in one sweep.
I should explore the pkgdb-cli as well .....