Handling off comm-* repository merges
mozilla at kewis.ch
Thu Oct 29 08:17:20 UTC 2015
sorry for not getting to this earlier. While I am hesitant to take yet
another role, I am probably the foremost candidate for this. At least
aleth and I have treestatus access, I think it would be good to involve
some other folks though in case I am not available during the merge time.
On 10/29/15 8:59 AM, Mark Banner wrote:
> The merges have been moved forward to today (see Sylvestre's
> dev.planning post).
> I've not had any offers for taking over this yet.
> On 26/10/2015 11:48, Mark Banner wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I've currently been doing comm-* repository merges for the last few
>> years, and I'd like to hand them off to other people now. Hence, I'm
>> looking for volunteers, so you know what you're signing up for,
>> here's a few pointers:
>> * Merges happen once every six weeks on merge day
>> <https://wiki.mozilla.org/RapidRelease/Calendar>. Generally these
>> happen in the morning pacific time.
>> * We have scripts (and some older documentation) to automatically
>> merge the repositories. Only a quick visual check of the results
>> is required.
>> * Only one person is needed to do the merges on a particular day,
>> but having multiple people who can do it would obviously be
>> better if someone is away.
>> * I think its probably a requirement that you're already familiar
>> with pushing to comm-*, level 3 access is definitely required.
>> * You'll need to have treestatus access to be able to close & open
>> the trees
>> * You probably don't have bandwidth limits on your connection (the
>> current scripts perform fresh clones each time to ensure a clean
>> I'd like to transition to at least one person starting next week -
>> 2nd Nov. I should be around for the December one as well if there's
>> any follow-up questions, but generally I'd like to move away from
>> doing these now.
>> If you want to help out with these, please let me know. If there's
>> more than one, we'll look at getting a couple of you up to speed, and
>> then you can arrange it amongst yourselves.
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