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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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, selecting "Change details", and changing the owner to "Tardes devs (tardes)".

Thanks Colin Watson, that solved my question.