Gentoo Archives: gentoo-devrel

From: Deedra Waters <dmwaters@g.o>
To: gentoo-devrel@l.g.o
Cc: gentoo-core@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-devrel] Suspended devs and -core
Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2005 20:58:57
In Reply to: [gentoo-devrel] Suspended devs and -core by Grant Goodyear
I don't know which would be easier for infra, but giving them access to
archives i would think would be best. The reason they lose access to
core is because their gentoo address is removed from lists.

Grant has a point though. If we can go with access to archives, I'd
prefer that route.
On Mon, 6 Jun 2005, Grant Goodyear wrote:

> Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2005 15:27:28 -0500 > From: Grant Goodyear <g2boojum@g.o> > Reply-To: gentoo-devrel@l.g.o > To: gentoo-devrel@l.g.o, gentoo-core@l.g.o > Subject: [gentoo-devrel] Suspended devs and -core > > My understanding is that a dev who is suspended loses all access to > -core. Is that right? Assuming so, it occurs to me that if we expect > the dev to come back (and I assume we do, or the dev would be expelled > instead of suspended), then perhaps it would make more sense to only remove > write access to -core, while leaving read access? An alternative would > be if we archived -core, and the newly reinstated dev could then read > the archives, but read-only access seems simpler. The rationale is that > in those rare cases where suspended devs return, it benefits Gentoo if > the suspended dev is able to stay up to date. > > Thougnts or comments? > > Thanks, > g2boojum >
-- Deedra Waters - Gentoo developer relations, accessibility and infrastructure - dmwaters@g.o Gentoo linux: -- gentoo-devrel@g.o mailing list


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Re: [gentoo-devrel] Suspended devs and -core Corey Shields <cshields@g.o>