[Mageia-sysadm] perl team alias?
misc at zarb.org
Wed Aug 17 01:13:23 CEST 2011
Le mercredi 17 août 2011 à 00:58 +0200, D.Morgan a écrit :
> On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 12:51 AM, Michael Scherer <misc at zarb.org> wrote:
> > Le dimanche 14 août 2011 à 14:15 +0200, Jerome Quelin a écrit :
> >> hi,
> >> up till now, i was the only one taking care of the perl stack within
> >> mageia. however, kharec is joining me in this effort, and i have a
> >> padawan interested to help perl packaging in mageia.
> >> to that end, i was wondering whether it'd be possible to have an alias
> >> such as perl at xxx.mageia.org - or whatever scheme you want, i don't
> >> really care. this would allow to assign perl bugs to this alias when
> >> triaging them. or add this alias as cc: to make sure the perl team is
> >> aware of them.
> >> i don't want a mailing list, since dev questions, comments and other
> >> should go to -dev. however, if you have another solution to provide,
> >> let me know!
> > While I would not be against creating sub team ( because that's what it
> > is ), I would rather have people first think to the various governance
> > issues and problem before proposing a technical solution.
> > Aliases are obscure per definition, and assigning something to a aliases
> > would mean that most people would not know who is in CC ( especially
> > We do need to decide who decide a new aliases should be given, and what
> > it entails ( ie, what would perl take in account ? all perl modules ?
> > all perl software ? ). And who decide who goes in the aliases/team.
> > This would also have a impact on the maintainer db at various level,
> > technical and organisational, etc.
> > To me, the answer would still be to have auto assignement of CC based on
> > maint db + a subscription database, but so far, no one coded it.
> > --
> > Michael Scherer
> what about creating perl at team.mageia.org as a ML but with only some
> emails allowed to mail to it ( like the bugzila, ... )
What problem it would solve ?
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