On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 01:36:50PM -0600, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On 04/25/2017 08:23 AM, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
> Now going through each of the requirements listed above
> - Store point of contact for a package (default assignee on bugzilla)
> - we could use the first committer, alphabetically
> - we could use the 'owner', but we need pagure to be able to
> repo which it currently cannot.
> - in order to "orphan" a package, we need this.
> - we could list the default assignee in the yaml file in dist-git
> - Not ideal since less "self-service"
One possibility I'll toss out... change POC to
packagename-owner(a)fedoraproject.org and have it go to the alias. This
has the advantages of:
* Never need to update bugzilla after the package is made.
* People perhaps stop thinking of packages as "theirs" a bit more.
But also disadvantages of people liking to see a name they can point to
about the package or know who is cc'ed on the bug.
I like this idea a lot.
> - Store new package requests
> - matt prahl is already cooking up a way to do this using a
queue and some scripts.
> - https://pagure.io/fedrepo_req/pull-request/1
> - !!! we have problems using pagure ticket queue here (api tokens, need
> commit or really admin access...)
> - other options:
> - bugzilla
no no, please not again. ;)
> - custom made queue
> - fpaste!
> - patch pagure to do what we need.
> -> Add the possibility to select a project in
and allow there the
> issue_create, issue_update and issue_comment ACLs
> -> Add the possibility to set the duration of the token (with
> an upper limit: 365 days?) (per token with a default in the
> config file?)
> -> pingou will handle this
Note that I think we still want an admin to ack new package requests.
Agreed! Last time I talked with dgilmore about it, he pointed out
that all kinds of oddball trademark issues only get caught at the