- [edk2-devel] [RFC] EDK II Continuous Integration Phase 1
Re: [edk2-devel] [RFC] EDK II Continuous Integration Phase 1
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Laszlo Ersek
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To: Ni, Ray <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; Gao, Liming <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Kinney,
Michael D <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [edk2-rfc] [edk2-devel] [RFC] EDK II Continuous Integration Phase 1
On 09/03/19 05:39, Ni, Ray wrote:
Can someone draw a flow chart of who does what to help clarify?I don't see this as a huge change, relative to the current process.
Before, it's always been up to the subsys maintainer to apply & rebase
the patches locally, pick up the feedback tags, and run at least *some*
build tests before pushing.
After, the final git push is not to "origin" but to a personal branch on
github.com, and then a github PR is needed. If that fails, notify the
submitter. That's all, as far as I can see.
It sounds like maintainers are going to be the very important bridges between CI system and the patch owners (developers).Important it is I agree but boring it is as well I have to say.
Oh, it *is* absolutely boring.
Are maintainers still needed to be picked up/chosen/promoted from developers?Would you trust a person to apply, build-test, and push your UefiCpuPkg
patches, if that person had *zero* UefiCpuPkg development experience?
(Or even zero edk2 development experience?)
Can we change the process a bit?
1. maintainers created pull requests on behave of the patch owners
2. patch owners can be notified automatically if pull requests fail
3. patch owners update the pull requests
(I am not familiar to pull requests. I assume the rights of modifying pull requests and creating pull requests are separated. Are they?)
So, maintainers only need to initiate the pull requests. It assumes when pull requests are initiated, everyone at least agrees the justifications of the changes are valid and the ways the changes are done.
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