Dear Fedora board, please open your trac
a.badger at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 22:34:32 UTC 2011
On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 8:57 AM, Joerg Simon <jsimon at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> Am 11.01.2011 17:25, schrieb Jared K. Smith:
>> In the rest of the tickets, we talk about the tickets in
>> our meetings, and make no secret about what the tickets are related
>> to. Are there other problems you're trying to address with this
>> proposal, other than the one I stated?
> i can only interpret - how does the board handle private discussions
> with the owner of a proposal or a request who want´s to follow or coach
> boards decission making process, or keep trac on something he brought to
> the Board.
>> If so, let's discuss it here.
>> Once we have a clear definition of the problem, then we can move on to
>> research, ideation, etc.
> we also decided not to open the FAmSCo Trac Instance, because we came to
> the conclusion that we can not expose private/personal information out
> of our tickets
> But we made really good experiences to allow authenticated Users create
> new tickets and let them follow up only their own tickets - no others.
> should be
> authenticated = TICKET_CREATE
> authenticated = TICKET_VIEW_SELF
> board = TICKET_VIEW
> i think this could be a good middle way.
This is done. I noticed one thing in testing it, though -- although
any authenticated user can now open a ticket, it doesn't seem that the
reporter can submit followup comments (they can only view replies).
Joerg, do you know if there's one more acl that I'm missing to let
people do that? Or could you confirm that the behaviour is the same
with famsco's trac instance as well?
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