Re: How do we edit CII report for Jaeger?

Yuri Shkuro <ys@...>

great, thanks, I got the Edit button now.

On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 11:10 AM Juraci Paixão Kröhling <jpkroehling@...> wrote:
Added: could you try again?

- Juca.

On 2/20/19 4:59 PM, Yuri Shkuro wrote:
> I have the account:
> On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 10:13 AM Wheeler, David A <dwheeler@...
> <mailto:dwheeler@...>> wrote:
>     Don't add the *GitHub* id, add the id on the *BadgeApp*.  Yuri will
>     need to sign up (create an account) on the BadgeApp first,
>     -----Original Message-----
>     From: Juraci Paixão Kröhling <jpkroehling@...
>     <mailto:jpkroehling@...>>
>     Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 8:02 AM
>     To: Yuri Shkuro <ys@... <mailto:ys@...>>
>     Cc: Wheeler, David A <dwheeler@... <mailto:dwheeler@...>>;
>     cii-badges-questions@...
>     <mailto:cii-badges-questions@...>; Dossett,
>     Jason N <jdossett@... <mailto:jdossett@...>>
>     Subject: Re: [Cii-badges-questions] How do we edit CII report for
>     Jaeger?
>     On 2/14/19 9:19 PM, Wheeler, David A wrote:
>      > You're using GitHub for version control
>     (<>), so anyone who can
>     directly edit that project should also be able to edit the badge
>     entry.  I've been told that may not work in some cases, however.
>     I think it did not work for Yuri.
>      > If that doesn't work, we have a mechanism that allows you to
>     grant edit rights to anyone else.  First have the other maintainers
>     create an account on the CII badging project site (using GitHub or
>     their own email address), and have them tell you their user id on
>     the CII Best Practices site.  Then you go to:
>      >
>      > itional_rights_changes
>      >
>      > You can click on "show details" for more information.   Here's
>     the key text:
>      >> Just enter "+" followed by a comma-separated list of integer
>     user ids. Those users will then also be allowed to edit this project
>     entry. If you're the owner of the badge entry or a BadgeApp
>     administrator, you can remove users from this list by entering "-"
>     followed by a comma-separated list of integer user ids. We expect
>     that normally only one person will edit a particular badge entry at
>     a time. This application uses optimistic locking to prevent saving
>     stale data if multiple users try to edit a badge entry
>     simultaneously. If you have multiple editors, we recommend saving
>     badge entry data incrementally and often (that is a wise practice
>     anyway).
>      >
>      > I hope that helps!!
>     Thanks! I added "+3523016" to the field, which should be Yuri's ID
>     on GitHub.
>     Yuri: could you check whether you can now edit the badge?
>     - Juca.

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