On 9/29/17 12:19 PM, Richard Brown wrote:
You should discuss this with one of the maintainers of the openSUSE
QEMU group on github
A direct mail is probably a better idea;
While the general opensuse-project@ mailinglist does include people
(like myself) who can add people to any openSUSE group, I will not do
it without coordinating with the current maintainers.
And it's easier if you speak to them as you'll be working with them :)
Bruce(mailing list) is one of our maintainers, he could add me to be a
team member, but only if I become a openSUSE group member first, and it
seems he did not have the right permission.
Have a lot of fun!
On 29 September 2017 at 18:12, Liang Yan <lyan(a)suse.com> wrote:
> My name is Liang, and I am working on virtualization team, and we have a
> QEMU repo under openSUSE now.
> Could anyone invite me to join openSUSE group, and two of my colleagues
> if possible, :) really appreciate it.
> Liang Yan: lyan(a)suse.com
> Lin Ma: lma(a)suse.com
> Fei Li: fli(a)suse.com
Awkward to say this, if possible, could you invite us to
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