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Settings : Managers

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Cyrille Berger

4221 commits

 
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Alfredo Beaumont

498 commits

 
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Jarosław Staniek

Core Developer, Maintainer at KDE

5958 commits

 
I manage this project on Open Hub
 
I want to edit this project's settings and information on Open Hub. Do I need to sign up as a project manager?

If a project is locked, then project information can only be edited by managers. Otherwise, anyone with an Open Hub account can edit project information.


Who should register as a project manager?

If a project is locked, then project information can only be edited by managers. Otherwise, anyone with an Open Hub account can edit project information.

About Managers

Project managers can:
  • Limit edits just to managers.
  • Edit project information and settings if community editing has been limited.
  • Approve or deny applications to be a manager.
If a project's edits are limited, then project information can only be edited by managers. Otherwise, anyone with an Open Hub account can edit project information.

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Any registered Open Hub user may apply to be a manager, however:
  • Only someone who works on the project and has a close connection to it should apply. Ideally the owner, founder, lead developer, or release manager.
  • Managers' email addresses are used by Open Hub to manage the application process, so email addresses must be accurate.
  • Managers should be willing to assume responsibility for updating and maintaining the project's information on Open Hub, including monitoring Open Hub's statistics and troubleshooting issues with code locations and Open Hub's access to project data.
  • If the project already has managers, they must approve new applicants.