On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 11:33:32PM -0400, Justin W. Flory wrote:
> On 10/11/2016 10:05 AM, Eduard Lucena wrote:
> > Hi Marketing and Magazine teams,
> > 
> > Since we decided to split Magazine from Marketing, having Magazine ML and
> > IRC Channel separate from Marketing (Marketing meeting for August 30, 2016)
> > we were working really fine. But now we hit a stone, Magazine have no
> > Pagure or trac to follow tickets/issues.
> > 
> > For now, we are working with Marketing Pagure, and we have 3 issues related
> > to the Magazine:
> >  208, 233, and 239.
> > 
> > The idea with this mail is to discuss with both teams if we should split
> > magazine's issues from Marketing Pagure, being Magazine still a subproject
> > of Marketing.
> > 
> > Br,
> > 
> Hey Eduard, thanks for starting this thread. I'll rehash what I said in the
> meeting, but I think that a Pagure repository specific to the Fedora
> Magazine isn't necessary. Even though the Magazine is still a little more
> split off from Fedora Marketing, I believe that it is still a
> "sub-sub-project" of Marketing. A lot of interests that Marketing may have
> now and in the future may be of interest for the Fedora Magazine.
> I also think a Trac just for the Magazine won't be heavily used. Anything
> technical can be filed on the Fedora Infrastructure Pagure, and Magazine
> editors can take a look on the Fedora Marketing Pagure too (there's a fair
> bit of overlap).
> This is my 2ยข but I'm open to what others think would work best or is least
> confusing.

I would think we could get by with "magazine" tagged issues for now,
given the volume.  If that were to change, hopefully that means a good
problem to have. ;-)

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