Dear Fedora board, please open your trac
christoph.wickert at googlemail.com
Wed Jan 12 00:37:44 UTC 2011
Am Dienstag, den 11.01.2011, 16:27 -0800 schrieb Jesse Keating:
> On 1/11/11 3:58 PM, Christoph Wickert wrote:
> > I think I gave enough examples in another mail
> >> >
> Repeating the same arguments over and over also does not make them true.
> >>>>> > >> > The other group that does also went with a closed Trac.
> >>> > > And that group is?
> >> >
> >> > FAmSCo, as noted in this very thread.
> > Wrong. As mentioned in my very first email in this thread and further
> > explained by Jörg, FAMSCo's trac is *not* private. It is open to
> > submission by all FAS account holders and people can see their own
> > tickets. I have said that this would be a suitable solution for me,
> > although I'd like to see more transparency if possible.
> Now you're just splitting hairs. Jeorg's mail says that they did not
> open the Trac instance. This is what I was referring to.
> Making the adjustments to the Trac config that Jeorg suggested is indeed
> an improvement, but it is not "open", as you seem to be pushing for.
> Nor does it operate like any other project.
Jesse, I have no intentions of splitting hairs. Please read my first
mail and tell me where I demand the trac instance to be *completely*
open. I explicitly stated the FAmSCo setup works for me.
If the board is afraid that the process is too open, there are
* Restrict ticket access to only board members and ticket creators
(people can see their tickets but not others). This is the setup
And to be very clear about this: I do understand that FAmSCo does not
fully open their trac. It contains *personal* data like shipping
addresses and back accounts. But this data only happens to be in their
trac *because* it is open to submit tickets by contributors.
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