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Old 03-18-2010, 11:01 AM
"Richard W.M. Jones"
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Jim Meyering (FAS username: meyering) was sponsored by Warren Togami.
It seems that Jim can no longer set the fedora-review flag on packages
that he's reviewed, and this may be connected with Warren leaving Red
Hat for new pastures yesterday. In any case I've agreed with Jim that
I'll become his sponsor.

*However* there is a problem ... I can see no way to change the
sponsor of an existing packager in FAS.

How do we go about this?

Rich.

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Old 03-18-2010, 11:08 AM
Jim Meyering
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
> Jim Meyering (FAS username: meyering) was sponsored by Warren Togami.
> It seems that Jim can no longer set the fedora-review flag on packages
> that he's reviewed, and this may be connected with Warren leaving Red
> Hat for new pastures yesterday. In any case I've agreed with Jim that
> I'll become his sponsor.
>
> *However* there is a problem ... I can see no way to change the
> sponsor of an existing packager in FAS.
>
> How do we go about this?

Thanks Rich,

Background details: this arose because I have reviewed and just
tried to set "fedora-review = +" on this RR:

http://bugzilla.redhat.com/570627

and now all I get is the big red failure notice:

You tried to grant fedora-review. Only a user with the required
permissions may make this change.
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Old 03-18-2010, 11:11 AM
Dan Horák
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Richard W.M. Jones p*še v Čt 18. 03. 2010 v 12:01 +0000:
> Jim Meyering (FAS username: meyering) was sponsored by Warren Togami.
> It seems that Jim can no longer set the fedora-review flag on packages
> that he's reviewed, and this may be connected with Warren leaving Red
> Hat for new pastures yesterday. In any case I've agreed with Jim that
> I'll become his sponsor.

Those 2 events shouldn't be connected. The inability to set flags in
bugzilla is usually caused by using an email as login in bugzilla that's
not registered in FAS.


Dan


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Old 03-18-2010, 11:24 AM
Jim Meyering
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Dan Horák wrote:
> Richard W.M. Jones p*še v Čt 18. 03. 2010 v 12:01 +0000:
>> Jim Meyering (FAS username: meyering) was sponsored by Warren Togami.
>> It seems that Jim can no longer set the fedora-review flag on packages
>> that he's reviewed, and this may be connected with Warren leaving Red
>> Hat for new pastures yesterday. In any case I've agreed with Jim that
>> I'll become his sponsor.
>
> Those 2 events shouldn't be connected. The inability to set flags in
> bugzilla is usually caused by using an email as login in bugzilla that's
> not registered in FAS.

Hi Dan,

Thanks for the quick reply.
I've just changed my email in FAS to match the one in bugzilla,
confirmed it, then tried to set the flag again. Same failure.

Jim
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Old 03-18-2010, 11:25 AM
Jim Meyering
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Jim Meyering wrote:
> Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
>> Jim Meyering (FAS username: meyering) was sponsored by Warren Togami.
>> It seems that Jim can no longer set the fedora-review flag on packages
>> that he's reviewed, and this may be connected with Warren leaving Red
>> Hat for new pastures yesterday. In any case I've agreed with Jim that
>> I'll become his sponsor.
>>
>> *However* there is a problem ... I can see no way to change the
>> sponsor of an existing packager in FAS.
>>
>> How do we go about this?
>
> Thanks Rich,
>
> Background details: this arose because I have reviewed and just
> tried to set "fedora-review = +" on this RR:
>
> http://bugzilla.redhat.com/570627
>
> and now all I get is the big red failure notice:
>
> You tried to grant fedora-review. Only a user with the required
> permissions may make this change.

FYI, I set it to fedora-review = "?"
last week with no trouble.
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Old 03-18-2010, 11:30 AM
Dan Horák
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Jim Meyering p*še v Čt 18. 03. 2010 v 13:24 +0100:
> Dan Horák wrote:
> > Richard W.M. Jones p*še v Čt 18. 03. 2010 v 12:01 +0000:
> >> Jim Meyering (FAS username: meyering) was sponsored by Warren Togami.
> >> It seems that Jim can no longer set the fedora-review flag on packages
> >> that he's reviewed, and this may be connected with Warren leaving Red
> >> Hat for new pastures yesterday. In any case I've agreed with Jim that
> >> I'll become his sponsor.
> >
> > Those 2 events shouldn't be connected. The inability to set flags in
> > bugzilla is usually caused by using an email as login in bugzilla that's
> > not registered in FAS.
>
> Hi Dan,
>
> Thanks for the quick reply.
> I've just changed my email in FAS to match the one in bugzilla,
> confirmed it, then tried to set the flag again. Same failure.

It takes some time to get the change propagated into right places.
Please try it later, it should work after say 20 minutes.


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Old 03-18-2010, 11:34 AM
Mamoru Tasaka
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Jim Meyering wrote, at 03/18/2010 09:24 PM +9:00:
> Dan Horák wrote:
>> Richard W.M. Jones p*še v Čt 18. 03. 2010 v 12:01 +0000:
>>> Jim Meyering (FAS username: meyering) was sponsored by Warren Togami.
>>> It seems that Jim can no longer set the fedora-review flag on packages
>>> that he's reviewed, and this may be connected with Warren leaving Red
>>> Hat for new pastures yesterday. In any case I've agreed with Jim that
>>> I'll become his sponsor.
>> Those 2 events shouldn't be connected. The inability to set flags in
>> bugzilla is usually caused by using an email as login in bugzilla that's
>> not registered in FAS.
>
> Hi Dan,
>
> Thanks for the quick reply.
> I've just changed my email in FAS to match the one in bugzilla,
> confirmed it, then tried to set the flag again. Same failure.
>
> Jim

My recognition is that if you change your email in FAS it may take
about an hour or so for RH bugzilla database to recognize it.

Mamoru
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Old 03-18-2010, 11:38 AM
Jim Meyering
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Mamoru Tasaka wrote:
...
> My recognition is that if you change your email in FAS it may take
> about an hour or so for RH bugzilla database to recognize it.

Thank you.
I will be patient ;-)
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Old 03-18-2010, 02:33 PM
Jim Meyering
 
Default How to become someone's sponsor when they are already sponsored

Dan Horák wrote:
> Jim Meyering p*še v Čt 18. 03. 2010 v 13:24 +0100:
>> Dan Horák wrote:
>> > Richard W.M. Jones p*še v Čt 18. 03. 2010 v 12:01 +0000:
>> >> Jim Meyering (FAS username: meyering) was sponsored by Warren Togami.
>> >> It seems that Jim can no longer set the fedora-review flag on packages
>> >> that he's reviewed, and this may be connected with Warren leaving Red
>> >> Hat for new pastures yesterday. In any case I've agreed with Jim that
>> >> I'll become his sponsor.
>> >
>> > Those 2 events shouldn't be connected. The inability to set flags in
>> > bugzilla is usually caused by using an email as login in bugzilla that's
>> > not registered in FAS.
>>
>> Hi Dan,
>>
>> Thanks for the quick reply.
>> I've just changed my email in FAS to match the one in bugzilla,
>> confirmed it, then tried to set the flag again. Same failure.
>
> It takes some time to get the change propagated into right places.
> Please try it later, it should work after say 20 minutes.

Confirmed.
Waiting solved the problem.
I didn't time it carefully, but it felt like
more than 30 minutes, and perhaps an hour.
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