Requesting OpenMRS GitHub organization access

Hello All,

I am Sri Maurya Kummamuru and I am the release manager for OpenMRS 2.2. I would be needing access rights to OpenMRS account in github to commit code and create a tag/branches. I have read in the wiki through a previous topic that I would be needing to mail code■■■■■■■■■■■■ to request privileges and mention a existing committer as a sponsor. Is the process I mentioned correct? if yes can I include any existing committer as a sponsor?

–Thank you, Sri Maurya Kummamuru

Releasing OpenMRS 2.2 is only going to require releasing modules (and not branching/tagging openmrs-core). So as long as you have “partial committer” access, that’s sufficient.

(Generally we’re shifting from the “partial committer” / “full committer” distinction to the developer levels that Burke has been talking about. I don’t know if we have a documented process for who get push rights to openmrs-core yet…)

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According to https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/RES/OpenMRS+Developer+Stages it requires a /dev/4 or higher.

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Yes, After the design call I understood that I wont be needing to change any code and pushing them. I am not sure if I have the partial commit access but I don’t think i would be needing them too for this release.

thanks for the reply :smile:

You are going to need to have access to ci.openmrs.org to run the releases.

For example here https://ci.openmrs.org/browse/AUM-AUM-195 is the “release to maven” play icon clickable? (Don’t click it!)

If not, request this from helpdesk■■■■■■■■■■■■

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Yes, you are right I don’t have access to ci.openmrs.org. Thank you Darius!!

Hey,

Let me know if you find any drama when doing the releases. You might want to take a look in https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Releasing+a+Module+from+Bamboo first.

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Thank you @cintiadr !, definitely will bug you if i’m stuck!