Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of AdoptingHacks
- Dec 16, 2010 7:50:08 AM (3 years ago)
v14 v15 14 14 == Available for Adoption == 15 15 16 The following hacks are known to be available for adoption. If you have a plugin which you no longer wish to maintain, please add the `NeedsAdoption`tag to the plugin's wiki page. 16 The following hacks are known to be available for adoption. If you have a plugin which you no longer wish to maintain, please add the tag to the plugin's wiki page. 17 17 18 18 [[ListTagged(NeedsAdoption)]] … … 24 24 1. Change the '''Owner''' of open tickets from the previous maintainer to the new maintainer. 25 25 1. Add your username to the '''Maintainer''' field on the hack's wiki page. 26 1. Add your username to the list of '''Tags''' on the hack's wiki page. 26 1. Add your username to the list of '''Tags''' on the hack's wiki page. 27 27 1. If the plugin has a `setup.py` file, you can add your name and email address to the `maintainer` and `maintainer_email` fields, respectively[[FootNote(This step will also allow you to verify that you have write access to the repository.)]] [[FootNote(To see an example, take a look at [source:doxygenplugin/0.11/setup.py this file.])]]. 28 28 1. Edit the following line on the hack's wiki page to set yourself as the owner for new tickets (the adopter's username is ''newmaintainer'' in this example)[[FootNote(After completing this step you may want to select the '''new ticket''' link and verify that a ticket opened from the plugin's wiki page is assigned to you. You may also want to open a ticket using the '''New Ticket''' link in the main navigation bar and verify that the ticket is assigned to you in that case as well. The latter case depends on the trac-hacks admin assigning you as the hack's owner, so it is good to check that this was done correctly and follow-up with the admin if not.)]].