set team / project to private

Asked by Patrick Crews on 2011-06-28

Please set this project - https://launchpad.net/skysql
And this team - https://launchpad.net/~skysql-dev

to private please

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[LEGACY] Canonical WebOps Edit question
Solved by:
Patrick Crews
Solved:
2011-07-11
Last query:
2011-07-11
Last reply:
David Ames (thedac) said : #1

The project and branches have been set to private.

The team is currently throwing errors when trying to change the team to private. I will look into this further.

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David Ames

Patrick Crews (patrick-crews) said : #2

Apologies for the delay in responding.

Thanks for setting us up with a private team + branches + bugs as well as warning us that blueprints aren't private.

Many thanks for the help!

Stefan Stasik (stefan-stasik) said : #3

Hello:

So we cannot privatize the team, skysql-dev, because a private team cannot own anything that is also public, such as a project.

What is the reason you want this team to be private?

If you want this because you want to membership, ppa, or a mailing list hidden, then this would be the best course of action to do here.

Please let us know what you would like us to do.

regards, Stefan

Patrick Crews (patrick-crews) said : #4

Oh, no worries, a separate private team was created to resolve this problem. I had thought this information was tied to this question, but realized it wasn't directly appended. Thanks for this info and everything is sorted.