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From "scott comer (sccomer)" <>
Subject Re: Board Report
Date Fri, 10 Oct 2008 15:33:46 GMT

thanks for setting all this up. i'm a bit boggled about where to start, 
so i've been programming
instead. time to roll up some sleaves...

my user name on jira is sccomer. please add me to administrative role 
for the etch project. then
i can start making categories and importing our existing issues.

is there anything else i can do for now until the svn access is granted? 
wiki? mailing lists?

scott out

Niclas Hedhman wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 4, 2008 at 10:08 PM, James Dixson <> wrote:
>> Thanks Niclas. Will take a look at it. I am expecting an update on the CCLA
>> sometime on Monday and I am hoping to report a signed CCLA on its way to the
>> ASF then.
>> Question: are the subversion, mailing-list and Jira accounts coupled
>> together in any fashion (ie, centrally managed) or do we need to setup
>> accounts in each system individually?
> They are not connected.
>  1. Subversion is tied to the user account on, which
> will be requested as soon as the CCLA is recorded.
>  2. Mailing lists are open to the public in general, and subscriptions
> are required individually. The etch-private@i.a.o is (or should be)
> moderated for subscriptions, as only PPMC members will be allowed to
> subscribe.
>  3. JIRA is also "public", i.e. anyone can register as a user. The
> project administrators have the karma needed to add such users to
> specific project roles (Committers, Contributors and PPMC members).
>> Question2: Scott and I would like to get permission to edit the Etch project
>> in Jira to add components and start defining the next release milestones. Is
>> that a separate request of the infrastructure group?
> If I am provided with the usernames on JIRA, I can set that up.
> Cheers
> Niclas

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