[Pulp-dev] QE commit bit

Robin Chan rchan at redhat.com
Tue Jan 15 16:05:55 UTC 2019

A few suggestions.

#1. QE good with [1] - you all agree these are the folks with commit bit?
In other words, you trust each other to do the merge with your own
agreements of who has expertise and when things are ready - all the details?
#2. I would suggest we are suggesting QE have commit bit access to the
specific subdirectories;
  a) pulp_file/pulp_file/tests/functional/ (in pulp/pulp_file repo)
  b) pulp/pulp_core/tests/functional/ (in pulp/pulp repo)
I know this is not enforceable via the GIT settings, but helpful to be
explicit about as we include this in agreement.
#3. Shall we also agree that those not in [1] - in other words, the
developers give up commit bit for #2. Can still contribute but don't need
to be involved in #1 agreements.

Fully supportive of this effort. I was one of the folks who gave my word
prior to PUP-6 and see this as making sure the folks have what they need to
get stuff done and keeping decision making with the folks closest to the
work (i.e. QE makes decisions about all things QE.)


On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 10:37 AM David Davis <daviddavis at redhat.com> wrote:

> When we moved the pulp-smash tests out of the pulp-smash repository, we
> promised to give QE ownership of the smash tests within the Pulp
> repositories on github. I know we have a process in place to give the
> commit bit to contributors[0] but this promise predates PUP-6.
> Thus, I'd like to ask for feedback on giving the QE team in github[1] the
> commit bit to the following repositories in order to merge changes to smash
> tests:
> pulp/pulp
> pulp/pulp_file
> I'd also like to ask plugin teams to consider giving QE commit access to
> their repositories if they have pulp-smash tests that are maintained by QE.
> Feedback would be appreciated. I'll like to set an deadline of January
> 30th.
> Thanks.
> [0] https://github.com/pulp/pups/blob/master/pup-0006.md
> [1] https://github.com/orgs/pulp/teams/qe
> David
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