Free Software Directory:Backlog Admin Group

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The Backlog Admin Group is a dedicated group started by David Hedlund to work on our Backlog.


  • Team Captain: David Hedlund (Time zone: Europe/Stockholm)
  • Participant: Adfeno (Time zone: America/Sao_Paulo)
  • Participant: Saper


  • #mediawiki at if full of people that are skilled with ParserFunctions, we should gently ask if someone want to be part of our team.

Friday IRC meeting

(01:26:41) David_Hedlund: JohnMH: So what do you propose? That we should remove "GnuPG signature URL" completely?
(01:27:56) JohnMH: Version* should be removed, GnuPG Signature URL
(01:33:52) David_Hedlund: JohnMH: Do you think "GnuPG public key fingerprint", and "GnuPG public key" should be removed too?
(01:35:14) JohnMH: Definitely "GnuPG public key" should be removed, but not the key fingerprint. The issue is really that not all projects are signed by a project specific key, it's often just one of the head devs' keys

Resource Info -> Recource kind -> Email OpenPGP public key

(03:07:14) David_Hedlund: adfeno: Great! Do you think we should change "E-mail OpenPGP public key" to "E-mail: OpenPGP public key" to not confuse people that it's an email related technology?
(03:09:05) JohnMH: David_Hedlund: OpenPGP is not exactly email related
(03:11:26) David_Hedlund: JohnMH: We don't want people to add the same OpenPGP public key to both and if the author uses a separate key for communication.


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