Re: salsa.debian.org (git.debian.org replacement) going into beta
- Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2017 11:09:09 +0100
- From: Ole Streicher <olebole@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: salsa.debian.org (git.debian.org replacement) going into beta
Mattia Rizzolo <mattia@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> On Wed, Dec 27, 2017 at 10:02:06AM +0100, Ole Streicher wrote:
>> Mattia Rizzolo <mattia@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> > On Wed, Dec 27, 2017 at 01:35:50AM +0100, Philip Rinn wrote:
>> >> Is it true (and intended) that -guest users can't create projects
>> >> within teams/groups they are member of? Or am I missing something? [I
>> >> was not able to create a project within the Debian Science Team]
>> > As Anton noted, you need to be a "master" in that group. The difference
>> > between "master" and "developer" in groups is only that masters can
>> > create projects.
>> There is another important difference: masters can add new team
>> members. Which means that we actually loose any control on the team
>> members if we grant "master" to all. For collab-maint, since all DDs are
>> masters there, anyone can actually decide to grant "master" to any
>> non-DD on the base of *personal* trust (right?).
> AFAIK, that's only true for projects.
> "masters" can't add people to teams, but they can add new members to
> single projects.
Are you sure? I am a Debian Science "master", and I get automated
requests to add people to Debian Science. I couldn't check it, however,
since someone else was always quicker :-)
> IMHO, that's fine pretty much everywhere: if you trust somebody to
> create a repository, you probably also trust them to allow somebody
> else to work on it (and take the right decision about which level of
> permission to grant to the new collaborator).
If that is the case, yes. That would however mean that all maintainers
should be "Owners", right?