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Old 03-28-2012, 01:45 PM
Pasi Lallinaho
 
Default Todays changes in the xubuntu-website Launchpad team

Hello,

I made small changes to the xubuntu-website team on Launchpad today.
From now on, the Xubuntu website team is a member of the Xubuntu team
(like Xubuntu developers), not the other way around.

This affects the access rights to the xubuntu.org administration panel.
The members of the xubuntu-website LP team will still have the
administrator role. However, anyone in the xubuntu-team will have the
contributor role. This means they will be only able to edit and delete
their own blog articles.

Rather than deleting any rights to access the administration panel, I
wanted to let the xubuntu-team have the access to edit posts to allow
and encourage a more from-community driven blogging.

While this is more restrictive, it is a step towards a more controlled
administrating. Generally, I would like to make the Xubuntu team more
inclusive rather than exclusive, which is a part of the reasoning for
this change.

In the future, we can look at creating a custom role to be linked with
the xubuntu-team, including editing rights to pages and others' posts.

--
Pasi Lallinaho (knome) http://open.knome.fi/
Leader of Xubuntu and Shimmer Project http://shimmerproject.org/
Graphic artist, webdesigner, Ubuntu member http://xubuntu.org/


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Old 03-28-2012, 05:24 PM
Pasi Lallinaho
 
Default Todays changes in the xubuntu-website Launchpad team

On 03/28/2012 04:45 PM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I made small changes to the xubuntu-website team on Launchpad today.
> From now on, the Xubuntu website team is a member of the Xubuntu team
> (like Xubuntu developers), not the other way around.
>
> This affects the access rights to the xubuntu.org administration panel.
> The members of the xubuntu-website LP team will still have the
> administrator role. However, anyone in the xubuntu-team will have the
> contributor role. This means they will be only able to edit and delete
> their own blog articles.
>
> Rather than deleting any rights to access the administration panel, I
> wanted to let the xubuntu-team have the access to edit posts to allow
> and encourage a more from-community driven blogging.
>
> While this is more restrictive, it is a step towards a more controlled
> administrating. Generally, I would like to make the Xubuntu team more
> inclusive rather than exclusive, which is a part of the reasoning for
> this change.
>
> In the future, we can look at creating a custom role to be linked with
> the xubuntu-team, including editing rights to pages and others' posts.
>

I did the same change for the artwork team as well, and cleaned the
teams generally of inactive users.

If you think any of the deactivations was unjust, please get in touch
with me. I am truly sorry for any unjust deactivations I might have made
- no offense is meant.

Cheers,
Pasi

--
Pasi Lallinaho (knome) http://open.knome.fi/
Leader of Xubuntu and Shimmer Project http://shimmerproject.org/
Graphic artist, webdesigner, Ubuntu member http://xubuntu.org/


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