Programming group for glvoxel request

Asked by Joshua Miller

Ok I'm wanting to create a project group for a project me and another guy have on here. The project is called glvoxel. We want to call the group glvoxel-programming with that being the id for it. The team that will own it is called "zatri". The project is aimed at creating a open source engine for voxel type games in gl.

Paragraph description: GlVoxel is a project aimed at making a open source engine for games in gl with voxel graphics in mind. This project is written in c++ in hopes to create a program that is a simple gl engine for voxel based games. While making it simple to use in your program.

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Joshua Miller (milleja46) said :

Also to whomever responds and helps can you provide next steps after this is done? I don't want to mess it up after doing this...

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Max Bowsher (maxb) said :

It appears that a project group is not actually needed/wanted here:

17:38 < maxb> milleja46: It sounds to me like you just want to create a project, not a project group.
17:40 < milleja46> maxb: well yea already have the project but can't figure out how to get the friend's branch to be maintained by the team we created so we can update the trunk as needed and not only him...
17:41 < maxb> milleja46: Make the branch owned by the team
17:42 < maxb> Project groups are for grouping projects - no point in creating one unless there are already multiple projects in Launchpad which are to be aggregated
17:42 < milleja46> maxb: how do I tell him how to do that? though I'd rather have it owned by a core team under zatri than zatri itself if I can help it and is why I asked
17:43 < maxb> You can create another team if you like
17:43 < maxb> and you can change branches owner's in the web UI (assuming you have permission, by being the current owner, or a member of the current owning team)

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