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On 01/14/2013 07:11 AM, Dave Neary wrote:
Funny, I thought that David was already part of the team :-)
The general idea we had was that people would prove themselves through
their participation before getting the keys to the castle, so to speak =
so the next step for David would be to propose him as a Jenkins
and admin on Jenkins slaves, as you have done.
+1 to that assessment of what and how.
+1 to adding David as a full Jenkins admin - ssh+sudo through to admin
Once we move through the upcoming hosting changes, we'll be in a better
position to partition out roles with sudo across hosts that are focused
on specific services, so we can add people to do roles instead of having
to give all the keys, all at once.
Cheers - Karsten
On 01/14/2013 04:06 PM, Eyal Edri wrote:
> I'm not sure we set up formal procedure to add new team members to the=
> infra team, so i'm raising the
> question here on the list.
> I would like to propose to add David Caro as a formal oVirt infra
> David is part of the RHEVM Integration team at RedHat, as part of his
> role he's in charge of maintaining & developing tools for: puppet,
> foreman, jenkins.
> He's been involved in the oVirt project from around Nov 2012 and
> participated in most of the latest infra weekly meetings.
> He is also involved in the Jenkins master migration plan to alterway
> servers that is due soon.
> I think david can contribute greatly to the infra team with his
> knowledge in relevant technologies & services.
> In terms of permissions to services i think access to Jenkins master,
> Jenkins slaves, puppet & foreman servers will be good to start with.
> I vote +1,
> Any remarks, comments?
> Eyal Edri.
> Infra mailing list
Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Sr. Analyst - Community Growth
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