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Re: Fedora account restrictions



On Jan 17, 2008 5:21 PM, ffm <ffm intserverror com> wrote:
> After a lengthy discussion on IRC, they told me to post here.
>
> I am trying to get a package in the repos, http://launchpad.net/gasp , so
> that it can be used on the OLPC XO.
>
> Unfortunately, I am not legaly allowed to sign contracts, as I am <18 but
> >13. My name also cannot be disclosed. I would be able to aquire parental
> permission to do so, but I still would not be permitted from having my name
> appear in the logs, instead being identified by my psyudonym, "ffm".
>
> I understand the concern on the part of end users who would like to know who
> is making their software, but is there any way I can disclose such
> information only to the Red Hat corperation, but not to the world?
>
> https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/userbox.cgi reqires that my name be
> included, which I would rather not do.

You could have one of your parents sign up for a Fedora account in
their name, complete the agreement, and give the account login info to
you (possibly even using your e-mail address). Since they are legally
responsible for your actions and are the ones who need to sign
contracts for you, it seems like it should work...?

Best,
-- Elliot


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