[TYPO3-typo3org] TESTING: Sponsorship of issues at bugs.typo3.org

Ernesto Baschny [cron IT] ernst at cron-it.de
Wed Aug 23 10:03:00 CEST 2006

Sebastian Kurfuerst schrieb am 23.08.2006 08:40:

> as Michael and others requested, they wanted to know more about the
> bounty system. I think trying it out in "real life" is better, that's
> why I set it up in a bugtracker testing instance:
> You can find it at http://dev-bugs.elios.de .
> If you want to log in as a reporter, use "reporter" / "reporter" as
> login credidentials.
> A reporter is currently allowed to sponsor issues.

Cool! :)

> People who want to fix sponsored issues have to be in the group
> "updater" currently (we could change this as well, but I think it makes
> sense). We will add anybody who wants to fix a sponsored issue to that
> group. For testing, use updater / updater.
> Updaters are allowed to assign issues to themselves and to others within
> that group, that's why I think it makes sense to add the users manually
> to the updater group. If you know how to change that behavior (that
> updaters can _only_ assign a bug to themselves, not to others), please
> tell me!
> Please as well check out the "My Account" page in the bugtracker, as you
> will find a list of sponsorships and accepted sponsorships there.

Sounds cool. But I don't see a "My Acconts" page neither as "reporter"
nor as "updater". And going directly to the "account_page.php" gives:


This account is protected. You are not allowed to access this until the
account protection is lifted.


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