Describe how to get "admin" access to a project's GitHub repositories
Submitted by Wayne Beaton
Let's add some content to the handbook to tell project teams how to get temporary "maintainer" status for project repositories.
Webmaster can grant temporary "maintainer" status for a project's GitHub repositories. A team might do this to protect branches or install hooks.
Must be requested/approved by project lead. Project lead may designate individuals.
Designated maintainers must not add or remove team members or otherwise change the status of project team members (e.g. must not designate additional maintainers).
Change is temporary. Will be undone in 24 hours (??)
Requests must be made via Bugzilla (Community/GitHub) so that they can be tracked. This process should be used sparingly. Excessive use should be brought to the attention of the PMC (we probably should define "excessive").
Is "maintainer" a team level or repository level designation? i.e. does a request need to include a list of repositories in their request?
Am I missing anything, Matt?