That would be helpful however there are several packages I would be
interested in seeing added to the Fedora packages and I wouldn't want to
have to go through this process every single time.
If it appeared that no one was interested in becoming maintainers for
the packages I suggest I would consider doing it myself so it might be
beneficial to sort out account issues now.
In any case here are the packages I would like added to the wishlist:
I'd also like to see python3-twisted increase it's version to 16.6 but
don't think this belongs on the wishlist. It probably makes sense for
the equivalent python2 packages be added/upgraded as well though
personally, I am not concerned by it.
I'd prefer to be the one to add them to the wishlist myself, though I'll
leave the decision up to you.
Thanks for all your help so far,
On Sun, Aug 13, 2017, at 19:01, Ankur Sinha wrote:
> On Sun, 2017-08-13 at 13:54 +1000, Sam Fowler wrote:
> > Hi,
> Hi Sam,
> > I've been trying to follow a suggestion to add a package to the
> > Fedora
> > package wishlist. I've created an FAS account and signed the CLA but
> > when I attempt to log into fedoraproject.org
I receive an error
> > saying
> > that I need to belong to an additional group.
> > My intent was only to add my desired package to the wishlist so I'm
> > not
> > really sure which group would be suitable for me to join, none in the
> > group list seem like obvious choices.
> > Any suggestions as to which group I should join or if there's another
> > way to add a package to the wishlist without joining a group?
> > Any help appreciated,
> This is an unfortunate repercussion of new policies that were put in
> place to combat spam on the wiki. The infrastructure team increased the
> number of FAS groups one must be part of to to gain wiki editing
> permissions - one only needed to have an FAS account before.
> One of us can add the package to the wishlist for you if that's OK?
> Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"
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