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From "Mattmann, Chris A (388J)" <>
Subject Re: Lucy JIRA perms/Admin
Date Sun, 25 Jul 2010 05:44:31 GMT
I just encountered something similar in OODT-ville, and the answer I got
back from INFRA was that they were going to phase out the current way that
JIRA is administered and move towards ³roles² rather than ³groups² in JIRA.
See here [1] for an explanation.

I think we can add people to the developers role and we should be good. We
are reusing the same LUCY issue tracker created in Lucene space, correct? If
so, it looks like Marvin [2] is the project admin, so you should have karma
to do this... 


On 7/24/10 11:58 AM, "Chris Hostetter" <> wrote:

> : As of this moment I'm still the only person with "Project Role:
> : Administrators".  I'm not sure how that permission is normally handed out,
> but
> : I seem to recall that not all Lucene committers have the same level of JIRA
> : karma.  Anybody know what the deal is with that?
> I don't know that anyone has ever thought through exactly how all the
> roles are suppose to work -- i think think it's just been done kind of
> hodge podge out of ignorance/laziness.  if someone asked for admin access,
> and wree on the PMC they got it (for example: in Solr's case,
> the "PMC" group isn't even used, and anyone on the PMC who asked to be
> added to the "Admin" group to tweak the components/versions was -- if you
> dind't ask, no one bothered)
> In general I don't think there are any set guidelines on how the Jira
> Roles are used (they are totally independent of LDAP and SVN perms)
> so the Lucy project can decide for itself -- but for now would just make
> sure you aren't the only one with any permisions/role.  You want at least
> 2 other people to be able to do aything you can do, so if you get hit by a
> bus, while personB is on vacation, personC can still keep the project
> afloat.
> -Hoss

Chris Mattmann, Ph.D.
Senior Computer Scientist
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Pasadena, CA 91109 USA
Office: 171-266B, Mailstop: 171-246
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089 USA

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