Re: Project Management update.

And what about making MediaWiki have OpenID support?


On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 12:15 PM, Jonathan Garbee <>wrote:

> The system uses its own user DB. There is no module for letting it work
> with a MediaWiki DB. It does have OpenID support, so this mitigates a bit
> of the frustrations with needing another account. Getting it to work with
> our current user DB is something to have done at some point.
> -Garbee
> On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 1:42 AM, PhistucK <> wrote:
>> How do I log in?
>> My username and password do not work. Is this
>> intentional? Will this be fixed?
>> Thank you for working on this!
>> ☆*PhistucK*
>> On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 12:35 AM, Jonathan Garbee <>wrote:
>>> So, this is about to get inceptiony. Due to a bug in the current ACL
>>> setup for TBG, the "General" settings actually don't work as they should.
>>> :P So each project's permissions need to be manually set, which makes
>>> creating them more time consuming then I originally estimated. It won't be
>>> too bad though, just need to take them on one at a time compared to rushing
>>> through creating them all at once as initially planned.
>>> Now, time for inception. I went ahead (completely without asking anyone)
>>> and setup a project for tracking issues with the bug genie install (yes,
>>> you can burn me at the stake for not asking, but let's do that after it is
>>> all configured.) It is public and located here (
>>> .) The "prmg" in the URL is for
>>> "Project Management" and the actual title is "Project Management System."
>>> So, for any issues or questions about using the system, just post in there.
>>> There is one issue in particular currently which is about the import of the
>>> current projects located here (
>>> .) It has the list I
>>> am going to import the current projects in. Please comment if you have any
>>> suggestions or problems with the import order.
>>> Thanks,
>>> -Garbee
>>> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 1:43 PM, Scott Rowe <>wrote:
>>>> Looking good, Garbee!
>>>> +Scott
>>>> On Sat, Feb 16, 2013 at 4:19 PM, Jonathan Garbee <>wrote:
>>>>> So, here we are. The Bug Genie is installed at
>>>>> ! It is currently empty, so don't go
>>>>> rushing over just yet. I'm finishing up a project that I have been caught
>>>>> up in for about a month now within the next two days. So, Tuesday or
>>>>> Wednesday will be when I begin configuring our TBG install.
>>>>> I'm estimating that should take me about two work days to get done and
>>>>> test, perhaps three if I end up getting confused in the ACL (which is
>>>>> pretty easy to do.) After that I will begin importing the issues from the
>>>>> current Bugzilla repo into the new system. This will be done one component
>>>>> per day to try and not burn myself out in the move and to try and do some
>>>>> extra cleanup as well. As each component's move is completed I will update
>>>>> the list to know to start using TBG for those issues. As far as the order
>>>>> of the move, I will email out the order they will be done the day I start,
>>>>> needless to say Content and Infrastructure are on the top of my list.
>>>>> Probably the biggest question, support/documentation for TBG. This,
>>>>> isn't a good answer I'm afraid. There is very little documentation on TBG's
>>>>> actual usage. So at first, it really is just ask me any questions you have
>>>>> via any method you can (coming to my house excluded, my dogs like to bark
>>>>> at new visitors and it drives me nuts.) I will work on documenting the
>>>>> actual usage of TBG first for us. Once that documentation is completed I
>>>>> will work on documenting administration aspects of usage.
>>>>> If anyone has any specific questions about this process, please just
>>>>> let me know.
>>>>> Thanks for your time,
>>>>> -Garbee

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