On Fri, May 22, 2015 at 09:30:53AM -0400, Cole Robinson wrote:
On 05/22/2015 09:28 AM, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:On Fri, May 22, 2015 at 09:26:10AM -0400, Cole Robinson wrote:Once the repos are up, if anyone wants to help watch for pull-requests, you can just 'watch' the repo and you'll receive email notifications when new pull-requests come in (might need a tweak in your github settings to set up how notifications are delivered, I can't remember exactly)Sounds like you could just create an account with libvir-list redhat com as the email addr, but that's pretty gross :-) So its fine to just let individual people watch if they want to.I experimented with it before, the big problem is that password reminders are then sent to that list, and the reminder email can be triggered by anyone, so yeah it's quite gross :)
having github mirror is fine, having libvirt.org post-push hook that pushes it there is even better. But it shouldn't be in any way connected to the list IMHO. Let's just get few people have their account there closing the requests as suggested -- closed with a link to the pull request that says something in the lines of: We don't do pull requests, instead just do: git config --local sendemail.to libvir-list redhat com git send-email [--cover-letter --annotate] master I'm fine with pointing people there once in a while if we can't come up with a script (I don't even know whether there's an API we could use). I use github once in a while.
- ColeSince I already own the gitlab.com account for this, I might as well own the github.com account to and set them up to use the same sync process.  https://gitlab.com/groups/libvirtCool, thanks. I'd like access to be able to close pull-requests, but I don't know if permissions can be that fine grained...Ok, I'll look into that. My intent would be to setup a dedicated user account for the cron job to push, with no one else having write privs. If we need write privs to allow closing pull-requests though, I'm sure we can trust individuals like yourself not to misuse/abuse that. Regards, Daniel-- libvir-list mailing list libvir-list redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/libvir-list
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