On 09.04.2011 16:09, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
Le samedi 09 avril 2011 à 09:52 -0400, Eric Smith a écrit :
On 04/09/2011 07:20 AM, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
Le jeudi 07 avril 2011 à 19:36 -0700, Brett Cannon a écrit :
Hmmm so I assume Nadeem should send his SSH key to firstname.lastname@example.org? Or?
Nope, he can send them here to python-committers (you scared me the page actually said email@example.com).
Can someone (Georg, Brett, Eric?) act on Nadeem's subscription to python-committers? Otherwise his e-mails get bounced.
[Not sure if my first response got sent]
I usually wait for a commit message saying he's been added for a developer (which used to be developers.txt, I think).
Well, it's a bit circular: people are added to developers.txt when they have sent an SSH key. But the key is to be sent to python-committers, for which subscription depends on being added to developers.txt (and messages by non-subcribers are rejected).
I'm a bit mystified by the process too. It looks like there's no defined procedure.
The procedure isn't clearly defined, yes. But in the past I've never seen such a big thread about it.
Proposal: create a firstname.lastname@example.org (or maybe just email@example.com) alias that forwards to all current key managers (other than myself, these are Brett, Martin and a few others who haven't used the privilege recently).