https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58375

--- Comment #12 from sp...@wikimedia.org ---
(In reply to Chris Steipp from comment #11)
Yes, giving Selenium_user oversight and admin in production seems crazy.

> * Move the permissions that we need for the tests (I'm guessing these are
> all flow specific currently?) into a new group on test/test2, and assign
> Selenium_user as the only user in that group.

Sounds good.  I don't understand the nuances of groups, but we want something
that ends up with a "qa_automation" group on test2wiki that does:
    $wgFlowGroupPermissions['qa_automation']['flow-delete'] = true;
    $wgFlowGroupPermissions['qa_automation']['flow-suppress'] = true;

and then some admin can add Selenium_user to this group. I don't fully
understand wgOverrides/wgOverrides2/wgAddGroups, but I have a patch anyway 8-)

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