Discussion:
new home for FGMS
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Oliver Schröder
2017-06-16 07:13:18 UTC
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As I have announced, fgms has found its new home at sourceforge.
You can find it now under

https://sourceforge.net/projects/fgms/

If you used the repository at gitlab, you now have to change the remote
origin
in git:

git remote set-url origin git://git.code.sf.net/p/fgms/src

After that, all should be the same as before. Please let me know if you
have any trouble.

Best wishes,
Oliver
Torsten Dreyer
2017-06-16 08:41:02 UTC
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Hi Oliver,

You are welcome to become part of the FlightGear project family, you can get
a sub project within flightgear where you could have full admin rights or
just use
the already existing (probably outdated) mirror of fgms:
https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgms/ci/master/tree/

Torsten
Post by Oliver Schröder
As I have announced, fgms has found its new home at sourceforge.
You can find it now under
https://sourceforge.net/projects/fgms/
If you used the repository at gitlab, you now have to change the remote
origin
git remote set-url origin git://git.code.sf.net/p/fgms/src
After that, all should be the same as before. Please let me know if you
have any trouble.
Best wishes,
Oliver
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Oliver Schröder
2017-06-16 09:21:38 UTC
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Hi Torsten,
Post by Torsten Dreyer
Hi Oliver,
You are welcome to become part of the FlightGear project family, you can get
a sub project within flightgear where you could have full admin rights
or just use
I must admit that I have no experience with subprojects at sourceforge.
Important for me are:

1) current developers of fgms keep their rights
2) we can manage our own wiki, mailing lists, bug reports etc. (not all
fgms related discussions affect flightgear)

If we can manage to achieve this, I will happily migrate fgms in a
flightgear subproject.

And I guess it's a good time to do this right now :-)
Post by Torsten Dreyer
https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgms/ci/master/tree/
Well, it is outdated. Latest changes seem to be from 2015. So I need to
cleanup the repository first.


So, I suggest you create a subproject for fgms and add 'geoffmc' and
'ofschroeder' as owners (a third to be added later). Then I will see how
I can manage the migration.

Oliver
Torsten Dreyer
2017-06-16 09:48:04 UTC
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Hi Oliver,

I have created the sub-project at
https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgms/admin/

And for that I had to remove the fgms git project due to conflicting names.
As it was outdated anyway there is no loss.
I have added you and Geoff as the project admins and you can now manage
this project as any other project on SF.
The only exceptions are: you can't manage your own user-groups. This has to
be done be the parent project (flightgear)
And the "brought to you by" line shows the owners of the FlightGear project
(That are currently Curt, Stuart, James and myself)

I have created two groups FGMSAdmins and FGMSCommiters which follows the
concept of all other fg projects.
Admins have full control, commiters can commit to repositories (but can't
manage the project itself). Adding users to
and removing users from those groups can only done by the parent project
owners.

If that is sufficient for you, please feel free to use the project. If
anything is missing, just let me know.
In case you decide to not use this subproject for whatever reason, I am
fine with that, too.

Whenever you are ready, we might want to create the build-jobs on Jenkins.

Regards
Torsten
Post by Oliver Schröder
Hi Torsten,
Post by Torsten Dreyer
Hi Oliver,
You are welcome to become part of the FlightGear project family, you can
get
Post by Torsten Dreyer
a sub project within flightgear where you could have full admin rights
or just use
I must admit that I have no experience with subprojects at sourceforge.
1) current developers of fgms keep their rights
2) we can manage our own wiki, mailing lists, bug reports etc. (not all
fgms related discussions affect flightgear)
If we can manage to achieve this, I will happily migrate fgms in a
flightgear subproject.
And I guess it's a good time to do this right now :-)
Post by Torsten Dreyer
https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgms/ci/master/tree/
Well, it is outdated. Latest changes seem to be from 2015. So I need to
cleanup the repository first.
So, I suggest you create a subproject for fgms and add 'geoffmc' and
'ofschroeder' as owners (a third to be added later). Then I will see how
I can manage the migration.
Oliver
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Oliver Schröder
2017-06-16 11:06:56 UTC
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Hi Torsten,

at a first glance everything looks ok. On the second however I find some
missing rights:

The most important: I can't update meta-data of the project. If I try
to, I get:

Error 403
Update access required

Additionally two other issues showed up:

I can't administer Mailing-Lists. While I was able create one single
list, I can't create more. Nor am I able to do anything with the created
list (rename or delete the list, etc).

I've tried to get around this by creating a "Discussion", but as for
mailing lists I can create them (even more than one), but nothing else.

I believe that's a simple question of rights, though. Can you have a
look, please?

Regards,
Oliver
Post by Torsten Dreyer
Hi Oliver,
I have created the sub-project at
https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgms/admin/
And for that I had to remove the fgms git project due to conflicting
names. As it was outdated anyway there is no loss.
I have added you and Geoff as the project admins and you can now manage
this project as any other project on SF.
The only exceptions are: you can't manage your own user-groups. This has
to be done be the parent project (flightgear)
And the "brought to you by" line shows the owners of the FlightGear
project (That are currently Curt, Stuart, James and myself)
I have created two groups FGMSAdmins and FGMSCommiters which follows the
concept of all other fg projects.
Admins have full control, commiters can commit to repositories (but
can't manage the project itself). Adding users to
and removing users from those groups can only done by the parent project
owners.
If that is sufficient for you, please feel free to use the project. If
anything is missing, just let me know.
In case you decide to not use this subproject for whatever reason, I am
fine with that, too.
Whenever you are ready, we might want to create the build-jobs on Jenkins.
Regards
Torsten
Hi Torsten,
Post by Torsten Dreyer
Hi Oliver,
You are welcome to become part of the FlightGear project family, you can get
a sub project within flightgear where you could have full admin rights
or just use
I must admit that I have no experience with subprojects at sourceforge.
1) current developers of fgms keep their rights
2) we can manage our own wiki, mailing lists, bug reports etc. (not all
fgms related discussions affect flightgear)
If we can manage to achieve this, I will happily migrate fgms in a
flightgear subproject.
And I guess it's a good time to do this right now :-)
Post by Torsten Dreyer
https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgms/ci/master/tree/
Well, it is outdated. Latest changes seem to be from 2015. So I need to
cleanup the repository first.
So, I suggest you create a subproject for fgms and add 'geoffmc' and
'ofschroeder' as owners (a third to be added later). Then I will see how
I can manage the migration.
Oliver
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Torsten Dreyer
2017-06-16 17:45:42 UTC
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Post by Oliver Schröder
The most important: I can't update meta-data of the project. If I try
Error 403
Update access required
My bad - forgot to grant the permission.
Post by Oliver Schröder
I can't administer Mailing-Lists. While I was able create one single
list, I can't create more. Nor am I able to do anything with the created
list (rename or delete the list, etc).
Using this page
https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgms/admin/mailman/
I can manage the lists. Does your page look different to mine?
(Screenshot:
Loading Image...

Torsten
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Oliver Schröder
2017-06-19 07:26:44 UTC
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Hi Torsten,

I really appreciate that you took your looking into this. But I believe
it's better for all if we leave fgms as a standalone project within
sourceforge.
Post by Oliver Schröder
Error 403
Update access required
My bad - forgot to grant the permission.
This works now.
Post by Oliver Schröder
I can't administer Mailing-Lists. While I was able create one single
list, I can't create more. Nor am I able to do anything with the created
list (rename or delete the list, etc).
Using this page
https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/fgms/admin/mailman/
I can manage the lists. Does your page look different to mine?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/isx1wdhviduwdjk/fgms-mailinglists.png?dl=1)
The box "Admin / Manage, Permissons, Rename" is missing completly.

While I believe that we could somehow get this straight, I also think
that we have more important things to do. Additionally I already
announced the new location.

Thanks for your afford,
Oliver
Torsten Dreyer
2017-06-19 12:14:18 UTC
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Post by Oliver Schröder
I really appreciate that you took your looking into this. But I believe
it's better for all if we leave fgms as a standalone project within
sourceforge.
All right, that's fine.
I'll delete the fgms subproject again. It was worth a try.
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Oliver Schröder
2017-06-23 18:40:47 UTC
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Hi Torsten,

sorry to bother you again with this...

I've just learned that there are users who rely on jenkins, which relies
on the repository under flightgear. So it's perhaps worth trying to get
on with this, or at least mirror the repository.

Would you be so kind and give it another shot?

Regards,
Oliver
Post by Oliver Schröder
I really appreciate that you took your looking into this. But I believe
it's better for all if we leave fgms as a standalone project within
sourceforge.
All right, that's fine.
I'll delete the fgms subproject again. It was worth a try.
Torsten Dreyer
2017-06-23 21:44:06 UTC
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Post by Oliver Schröder
I've just learned that there are users who rely on jenkins, which relies
on the repository under flightgear. So it's perhaps worth trying to get
on with this, or at least mirror the repository.
I can easily let Jenkins compile from your original repository.

Could you give me the git url and the branch to check out?
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Oliver Schröder
2017-06-24 07:03:10 UTC
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git://git.code.sf.net/p/fgms/src

Thank you,
Oliver
Post by Oliver Schröder
I've just learned that there are users who rely on jenkins, which relies
on the repository under flightgear. So it's perhaps worth trying to get
on with this, or at least mirror the repository.
I can easily let Jenkins compile from your original repository.
Could you give me the git url and the branch to check out?
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Torsten Dreyer
2017-06-24 17:42:45 UTC
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And what branch would you want Jenkins to build?
Post by Oliver Schröder
git://git.code.sf.net/p/fgms/src
Thank you,
Oliver
Post by Oliver Schröder
I've just learned that there are users who rely on jenkins, which
relies
Post by Oliver Schröder
on the repository under flightgear. So it's perhaps worth trying to
get
Post by Oliver Schröder
on with this, or at least mirror the repository.
I can easily let Jenkins compile from your original repository.
Could you give me the git url and the branch to check out?
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Oliver Schröder
2017-06-24 18:24:02 UTC
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Always master, as it is meant to be for production (and stable :)
Post by Torsten Dreyer
And what branch would you want Jenkins to build?
git://git.code.sf.net/p/fgms/src <http://git.code.sf.net/p/fgms/src>
Thank you,
Oliver
Post by Oliver Schröder
I've just learned that there are users who rely on jenkins,
which relies
Post by Oliver Schröder
on the repository under flightgear. So it's perhaps worth
trying to get
Post by Oliver Schröder
on with this, or at least mirror the repository.
I can easily let Jenkins compile from your original repository.
Could you give me the git url and the branch to check out?
--
Torsten Dreyer
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Post by Oliver Schröder
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Torsten Dreyer
2017-06-25 08:47:07 UTC
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Post by Oliver Schröder
Always master, as it is meant to be for production (and stable :)
http://build.flightgear.org:8080/job/fgms/scmPollLog/
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