On Fri, 2017-09-01 at 17:23 -0400, Ellen OSullivan wrote:
> > It is worth noting that to obtain a @fedoraproject.org
email alias, you need to be what is called “CLA+1”.
I need to become a “CLA+1” - I am not in a group. Should I ask in the Fedora-QA list?
If you just go ahead and follow the group-joining-process explained at
QA/Join, that should get you sponsored into the 'qa' group, which makes
you CLA+1. (I need to go through and check the requests list, though -
I didn't look at it for a couple of weeks). Thanks!
As Kamil mentioned, one task we have ATM is fixing fedora-gooey-karma:
to run correctly on recent Fedora releases and/or with current Bodhi
and Koji. There are several bugzilla bugs likely related to this:
so really the job is just to keep fixing it till it works :P
There is also a task for enhancing fedora-easy-karma:
to handle the Bodhi 2.0 features - mainly, allow you to include
feedback for the feedback items other than "does the update generally
I also see another f-e-k issue related to the Bodhi client library it
Another thing that came up while I was talking to Sumantro at Flock is
that it'd be nice to enhance relvalconsumer:
to include a list of the top 5, 10 or 20 most-desired validation test
cases with each announcement of a new validation testing event. This
has substantial overlap with the testcase_stats stuff:
so architecting it could be a bit of a difficult question, I'm not sure
off the top of my head how I'd go about that. It might require
substantial refactoring, or just having relvalconsumer call relval in
some way. But it's another thing that would be nice to have :)
One more thing Sumantro and I discussed is that the tooling that
generates the Heroes of Fedora posts:
is kinda messy - you have to do much more manual work than you really
should in order to produce the desired output. It'd be nice to improve
this, perhaps by consolidating the three separate tools somehow, and
improving the way they output data (I think one idea was to have them
output to some machine-friendly intermediate form, e.g. json, then have
parsers for turning that into text, html or whatever else is desired).
Please do ask if you need further information or details on any of
these tasks! Sumantro may have others that I mentioned at Flock but
have since forgotten, too.
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