[Pulp-dev] QE commit bit
kersom at redhat.com
Tue Jan 15 19:10:50 UTC 2019
David, thanks for driving this.
I agree with your suggestions Robin.
All currently present on  should have commit bit for those repos.
I think it is fine to the devs to have commit to the test repos, just to
communicate QE in case of test changes. We already have a system in place
On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 11:07 AM Robin Chan <rchan at redhat.com> wrote:
> A few suggestions.
> #1. QE good with  - 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  - 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>
>> 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 but this promise predates PUP-6.
>> Thus, I'd like to ask for feedback on giving the QE team in github the
>> commit bit to the following repositories in order to merge changes to smash
>> 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
>>  https://github.com/pulp/pups/blob/master/pup-0006.md
>>  https://github.com/orgs/pulp/teams/qe
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