Interview with Dustin Kirkland on Encrypted Private Directories
Craig A. Eddy
tyche at cox.net
Sat Oct 25 14:51:59 BST 2008
I can see how it could go that way. But I can also see how
Launchpad can act as a filter between editors and contributors. One
doesn't HAVE to accept contributors to the ranks of the team. However,
those that are or will be long time contributors might just as well be
called editors. And, as with any team, there can be leadership, and
controls on those who have been welcomed to the ranks of editor. I
think, perhaps, at this time there's little evidence that it is being
abused or needs to be changed.
Matthew East wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 25, 2008 at 1:54 PM, Nick Ali <nali at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> Matthew East wrote:
>>> If the ubuntu-fridge team is for editors, then shouldn't the
>>> permission structure be that anyone can log in with their Launchpad
>>> id, and then the members ubuntu-fridge team can review and approve the
>>> story? If contributors have to join the ubuntu-fridge team, then that
>>> kind of misses the point in distinguishing between contributors and
>> The way Fridge <-> LP integration is set up right now, joining the
>> ubuntu-fridge team makes you a contributor. The editor permissions are
>> given on the Fridge backend.
> Yes, I see that. I was just making the point that it doesn't make much
> sense... It shouldn't be necessary to join a team to be a contributor,
> and making it necessary also makes the team itself redundant, because
> there is now no team of editors.
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