[pkgdb2] call for testers, bug reports and RFE

Dennis Gilmore dennis at ausil.us
Sat Nov 16 01:31:00 UTC 2013


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El Fri, 15 Nov 2013 18:07:41 -0700
"T.C. Hollingsworth" <tchollingsworth at gmail.com> escribió:
> On Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 6:52 AM, Pierre-Yves Chibon
> <pingou at pingoured.fr> wrote:
> > - The idea of "owner" of a package disapear. There are only
> > maintainers on which one of them appears to be the dedicated "point
> > of contact" for this package (ie: the person that gets the bugs in
> > bugzilla).
> 
> Koji also has a notion of the "owner" of a package.  It treats owners
> specially in at least two ways:
> 
> 1. The owner of a package is sent e-mails for all actions in the
> buildsystem regarding packages they own, regardless of who initiated
> them.
True.

> 2. Only the owner of a package is permitted to tag or untag all builds
> for that package.  Co-maintainers may only tag or untag builds they
> submitted.

Not at all true. Any one can tag a build into an unlocked tag such as
f20-updates-candidate  tags such as f20-updates-testing are protected
and can only be tagged into by an admin in koji. Koji has no concept of
acls, It doesn't know about co-maintainers or treat them any
differently.

> #1 can hopefully be fixed by the famed fedmsg->e-mail gateway, so it
> can probably be safely ignored.
> 
> #2, not so much.  You rarely need to manually mess around with koji
> tags, but when you do need it, you *really* need it.  ;-)
> 
> Do you all plan to fix koji to permit all comaintainers to perform tag
> operations on a package as part of enabling SIG maintainership?  If
> not, the "point of contact" terminology wouldn't be very accurate.

there is actually nothing to change here.

Dennis
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