[Scummvm-devel] ATTN: ScummVM sourceforge project update
strangerke at scummvm.org
Mon Oct 1 15:30:22 CEST 2012
Thanks to the help of wjp, I have now a better understanding of how the
rights are granted.
I have added the 'Update' rights to the 'Developer' group, which allows to
Edit a bug.
Could you please test that now?
On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 11:42 PM, D G Turner <d.g.turner at ntlworld.com>wrote:
> Thanks for doing this work. However, currently the SF.net allura bug
> and other trackers are not very usuable... Ignoring the general
> confusion of the new UI, it looks like some fields have been lost
> in the migration or are hidden i.e. Visible to Admin only?
> Also, it appears that the bug tracker "managers" (i.e. permission
> to close bugs, change status/fields, assign to developer) have lost
> their permissions or the mapping from the older to newer permissions
> is incorrect.
> IMHO, the current state is not useful. I asked Strangerke as the
> only other sf.net project admin to take a look, but he said it
> appears "there's no right for the tracker and separate rights for the
> rest, so you're admin for everything or nothing" which creates major
> Overall, I think we either need to:
> 1. Move back to the older tracker system (if possible).
> 2. Configure the new Allura tracker to operate at least as well as
> the older system (if possible).
> 3. Migrate the database to a MantisBT or similar tracker system, which
> could be hosted on SF.net, to operate at least as well as
> the older system.
> David Turner
> On 09/23/12 15:19, Eugene Sandulenko wrote:
> > Hi Team,
> > I requested to upgrade our account on SF.net to new features:
> > https://sourceforge.net/p/allura/wiki/Features/
> > This should go smoothly and let us use new cool stuff like custom
> > fields on ur tracker.
> > Also I anticipate no impact on the production, but please be careful
> > with commits to subversion and tracer item updates.
> > Additionally I am planning to finally switch rest of our repos to git.
> > This touches web, buildbot and other minor repositories still sitting
> > on our sf.net. Original subversion will remain untouched, but after
> > the transition I'll put everyone in RO mode there, so we will not get
> > syncing problems.
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