PCC - June 28/2022 Release

PCC Overview

Project Control Center (PCC) is a platform that allows project administrators to set up the projects when they get associated with The Linux Foundation. You can set up the projects to use various services that are provided by The Linux Foundation.

PCC assists you in onboarding an open source project with great ease. Project Control Center helps you get started quickly by providing all the support that you need with self-service configuration for governance, membership, IT, developer and collaboration tools, documentation, and community roles. You can read more about PCC by visiting our website.

Some of the prominent features of PCC are listed in the following list:

  • PCC Dashboard

  • Creating Projects and Sub Projects

  • Generic setup services

  • IT services

  • Tools Onboarding

New Features and Bug Fixes

This sections provides you with list of new features and bug fixes for this release.

New Features

The following list provides you an overview of new features implemented in this release:

  • Meetings - Added option to resend meeting invitation.

  • Meetings - Added UTC suffix to recurring options.

  • Committees - Added Appointed by value visible in table view

  • DataDog - Added user to RUM traces.

  • Meetings - Updated meetings to hide or display host keys based on time.

  • Projects - Added tooltips to file inputs.

  • Generic - Added maintenance feature flag guard for all services.

Bug Fixes

The following list provides you the bug fixes that are applied in this release:

  • Mailing Lists - User is now able to change lists posting permission from custom to any other available option.

  • Committees - Added loading handler to avoid over pagination from the server.

Known Issues


Support Information

You can visit the following links for more information on PCC:

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