[tahoe-dev] github plan?

David-Sarah Hopwood david-sarah at jacaranda.org
Sat Mar 23 03:05:05 UTC 2013

On 21/03/13 09:42, Randall Mason wrote:
> What is the current preferred structure of development?  Should pull
> requests be used at all?

The preferred workflow is:

1. A contributor either makes a pull request or attaches a diff to a ticket
   (their choice). They comment on the ticket linking to the request or diff,
   and add the 'review-needed' keyword to that ticket.
2. A reviewer reviews the pull request or diff. If it is okay, they change
   the keyword to 'reviewed'.
3. In that case, a committer (Zooko, Brian, Kevan or me) -- maybe the same
   person as the reviewer -- then accepts the trac ticket.
4. The committer pulls the branch or applies the diff, rebasing and linearizing
   it on top of current trunk (maybe with small changes that don't necessitate
5. The committer runs automated tests and smoke tests, then pushes to trunk.
   If this is not a fast-forward then the push will fail, in which case
   they rebase and push again.

> Can trac interact with a github pull request?

This workflow doesn't cause any problem for trac.

David-Sarah Hopwood ⚥

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