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From Paul Angus <>
Subject RE: [Github/Gitbox] Setting up your committer account
Date Sun, 16 Apr 2017 07:45:55 GMT
That’s in progress...
It would be cool if we could parse comments for LGTM and OK to Merge so that we can have them
as status labels.

Otherwise a manual process of updating a status would still be great. 

Kind regards,

Paul Angus
53 Chandos Place, Covent Garden, London  WC2N 4HSUK

-----Original Message-----
From: Wido den Hollander [] 
Sent: 15 April 2017 11:30
Subject: [Github/Gitbox] Setting up your committer account


Since yesterday we are using the Gitbox [0] services from ASF to have Github our 'primary'
source of code.

This means that we can now label PRs, merge them, close them, all on Github.

If you are a committer you have to be added to the 'cloudstack committers' team on Github
and this is done automatically [1] once every X hours.

You however need to make sure that your Apache Profile/ID [2] has the right information and
that you have 2FA [3] enabled on your Github account.

The steps you need to take:

- Make sure you are a CloudStack committer
- Make sure you have a Github account
- Enable 2FA [3] on your Github account
- Update your Apache profile [2] and add your Github username

Now, after a few hours the sync between ASF and Github should be completed and you are added
to the right team on Github.

If that doesn't work you might need to visit the Gitbox setup page [4] to link your Apache
account to Github.

Since we moved to Gitbox the URL of our Git repositories also changed, for example:


If you want RO you can also sync from Github:


Once you are in the right group on Github you should be able to label PRs, close them, merge
them and move.

I have already created [5] a bunch of labels. If we all try to label the PRs it will be much
easier for people to filter PRs and review them.

Questions? Ask!


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