The non-Infra information that was on this page is now here.
The Confluence runbook is available (via secure access only) as a plain-text document in Subversion.
Please file a JIRA ticket to document any administrative changes that affect the installation, rather than an individual space, such as installing a plugin. If appropriate, please also update this page.
Any registered user
ASF PMC members helping with all spects of CWIKI administration
Users known to have a Contributor's License Agreement on file with the ASF
Committers helping to administer a ASF Project Space
|source-editors||Trusted folks who can use the Confluence Source Editor plugin|
Projects may create other groups to fill special access needs.
One approach is to create a role account ($project-group) and use your project's moderator privileges to subscribe the account to your commits@ list. The profile for the account can be set up to watch the project space. The account will need confluence-user karma, because without at least that, the system won't send the alerts. Some projects find the change-by-change reports to be so verbose as to be unhelpful, and so set the account to send daily summaries instead. Since the account is posting to an ASF mailing list, the emails should be in plain-text rather than HTML.
If the initial notifications from Confluence do not appear in the list's moderation queue, check for an "ezmlm-reject" line in the list's configuration, and remove it if it is present.
Any Confluence Administrator can install a plugin from the
administration area in Confluence. Please file a JIRA ticket when installing or updating a plugin, to keep everyone apprised.