Bug#374135: qa.debian.org: developer.php doesn't support grouping for some packages
On Thu, Jul 20, 2006 at 11:54:49AM +0200, Christoph Berg wrote:
> Re: Michael Koch 2006-06-17 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > developer.php doesn't support grouping of packages maintained by the
> > user. For example when you look at
> > http://email@example.com you see
> > several packages in the "main" group. I wanted to group the packages
> > "eris", "wftk", "mercator" and some others into a special group
> > "worldforge". Thats not possible as developer.php handles the packages
> > maintained by me differently then packages not maintained by me on this
> > page.
> I am im favor of implementing something like that, but since DDPO
> should also work as a means for other people than the maintainer to
> get an overview of someone's packages, I don't want to change the
> default view.
> Could you try using a your debian.org account and then subscribing to
> packages? I believe it should give a fairly decent approximation of
> your requested view.
> I've just tried that for my packages:
> The downside is that it doesn't automatically add new packages.
> (FTR, you can subscribe to a login name using the "uploader" category,
> in your case, that's not necessary as your uploads are connected to
> your debian.org address anyway.)
Until now I only uploaded with my gmx.de address.
Now I see your solution. Use a different email address to subcribe to
all packages and group them as needed. Thats a nice option. In fact
later I saw that in my case setting "comaint" to "no" does the grouping
I want. But this only works because the packages I want to put into
extra groups have different "Maintainer" field (my email address is only
in uploaders field).
Thanks for the hints. Now I understand how to get what I really want
without need to change the impl of developer.php.