Repository cmty

Roles & permissions on CMTY

paulgv
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paulgv
commented 7 months ago

I'm trying to get more used to CMTY but I'm having a hard time keeping track of open tickets on nuxt-i18n because I can't mark closed issues as such. Do I need to be a moderator to be able to manage other user's entries?

Thanks! :)

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benjamincanac
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benjamincanac
commented 7 months ago

Hi @paulgv,

First of all, thank you for taking the time to use CMTY!

Actually yes you need to be a moderator, an admin or an owner (of the community) to:

  • archive an issue
  • change the type of an issue
  • change the state of a bug report and a feature request to respectively fixed and implemented

As a member you can resolve your own questions.

We're currently implementing moderators and admins per repo, which will allow you to manage everything a community moderator or admin can do but on specific repos. It should be available soon.

If you have any suggestion, feel free to give us feedback or to post a feature request 🙂

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manniL
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manniL
commented 6 months ago

@benjamincanac It'd be great if the issue creator could close it (similar to the GitHub mechanic)! If a user opened a bug report for a wrong repo, he could resolve it fast and recreate another one in the right repo ☺️

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benjamincanac
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benjamincanac
commented 6 months ago

@manniL I agree with you but it would bring some problem. For example, the issue creator could resolve the bug report or the feature request without filling the commit sha, the release version or even the contributors because he wouldn't know who implemented it and when.

However, we should indeed allow the issue creator to cancel his own issues!

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