[general] Apache on GitHub - permission denied for committer

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[general] Apache on GitHub - permission denied for committer

Eric Barnhill
Second posting on this issue: Despite my committer status with
commons-numbers I do not appear to be able to push commits through the Git
Apache organizational repo. I have investigated the site and there is a
"Team" within Apache called Apache Committers and I am on it. However I
still get permission denied for commons-numbers, so perhaps someone has to
flip that permission for me. Does anyone know how to resolve this?

I can always go back and push through apache.org like I used to, I would
just prefer to do it this way so my contributions are on my github record.

Thanks,
Eric
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Re: [general] Apache on GitHub - permission denied for committer

Gilles Sadowski
Hi Eric.

On Thu, 25 Oct 2018 16:15:57 -0700, Eric Barnhill wrote:
> Second posting on this issue:

It looks like you are missing quite a few messages from this list;
see e.g. the previous thread on that subject:
   https://markmail.org/message/ibokckrl2bie2ptp

Gilles

> Despite my committer status with
> commons-numbers I do not appear to be able to push commits through
> the Git
> Apache organizational repo. I have investigated the site and there is
> a
> "Team" within Apache called Apache Committers and I am on it. However
> I
> still get permission denied for commons-numbers, so perhaps someone
> has to
> flip that permission for me. Does anyone know how to resolve this?
>
> I can always go back and push through apache.org like I used to, I
> would
> just prefer to do it this way so my contributions are on my github
> record.
>
> Thanks,
> Eric


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Re: [general] Apache on GitHub - permission denied for committer

sebb-2-2
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On Fri, 26 Oct 2018 at 00:16, Eric Barnhill <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Second posting on this issue: Despite my committer status with
> commons-numbers I do not appear to be able to push commits through the Git
> Apache organizational repo. I have investigated the site and there is a
> "Team" within Apache called Apache Committers and I am on it. However I
> still get permission denied for commons-numbers, so perhaps someone has to
> flip that permission for me. Does anyone know how to resolve this?

You are in the Commons committer LDAP group, which should be
sufficient to grant access to the repo.
So I think there must be an issue with your ASF Git setup; maybe there
is no mapping between your Git id and your LDAP record.
I think you will need to raise a JIRA with INFRA.

> I can always go back and push through apache.org like I used to, I would
> just prefer to do it this way so my contributions are on my github record.
>
> Thanks,
> Eric

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Re: [general] Apache on GitHub - permission denied for committer

Gilles Sadowski
On Fri, 26 Oct 2018 14:07:40 +0100, sebb wrote:

> On Fri, 26 Oct 2018 at 00:16, Eric Barnhill <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>>
>> Second posting on this issue: Despite my committer status with
>> commons-numbers I do not appear to be able to push commits through
>> the Git
>> Apache organizational repo. I have investigated the site and there
>> is a
>> "Team" within Apache called Apache Committers and I am on it.
>> However I
>> still get permission denied for commons-numbers, so perhaps someone
>> has to
>> flip that permission for me. Does anyone know how to resolve this?
>
> You are in the Commons committer LDAP group, which should be
> sufficient to grant access to the repo.
> So I think there must be an issue with your ASF Git setup; maybe
> there
> is no mapping between your Git id and your LDAP record.
> I think you will need to raise a JIRA with INFRA.

The question was about write access from GitHub mirror to Apache
repository (see link to ML archive in my previous post).

Gilles

>
>> I can always go back and push through apache.org like I used to, I
>> would
>> just prefer to do it this way so my contributions are on my github
>> record.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Eric


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