On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 09:17:17AM -0400, Máirín Duffy wrote:
On 07/22/2015 04:17 AM, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
>Private projects should be duable, the question is, what do you want private?
>Everything, so people cannot view/access the content of the git repo, cannot
>view/open tickets and cannot do pull-requests?
>Just the git content?
>I could see something granular with options to activate/de-activate some of them
>but I would prefer to have a list of these options before looking further into
>doing it :)
For the logo requests (which I think is brilliant to host in a private repo,
great idea Ryan) we would need the actual repo content private, but tickets
could (and probably should) be public (I'm assuming tickets would be
requests for logos.)
Cool, thanks :)
Ideally, people could file tickets by emailing logo(a)fedoraproject.org
that would somehow map up to pagure tickets (but I don't know how that would
work, really.) We do have a lot of logo requests that aren't from
@fedoraproject contributors (eg from magazines or whatever.)
We already have the system in place so that replying of the notification of a
ticket ends-up on the ticket itself (so no need to go to pagure to reply to a
comment on a ticket).
So while this would have to leave outside the main pagure tree, this is
definitely something doable :)