Does git repo allow to push changes from another team member?

Asked by Rūdolfs Mazurs on 2016-02-17

I have a project with git repository, which is both maintained and driven by a team. However, I am the only one who has permissions to push changes to the repository. How can I grant my team (or at least individual team members) permissions to push code changes to the project?

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Colin Watson
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2016-02-22
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2016-02-22
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2016-02-17
Best Colin Watson (cjwatson) said : #1

It looks like you perhaps initially pushed it to lp:~rudolfs-mazurs/tardes or something rather than just to lp:tardes, and then only later made it the default repository for that project? Or perhaps the maintainer of the tardes project was you personally rather than a team at that point. It was long enough ago that at this point it's hard to work out the exact reason.

Anyway, you can fix this by going to https://code.launchpad.net/~rudolfs-mazurs/tardes/+git/tardes, selecting "Change details", and changing the owner to "Tardes devs (tardes)".

Thanks Colin Watson, that solved my question.