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From Julian Foad <>
Subject Re: [GitHub] subversion pull request #4: TEST: creating a new file
Date Tue, 29 Aug 2017 20:55:41 GMT
I'm trying to find out how much the apache/subversion repo on GitHub is
integrated with ASF infrastructure.

I filed a Jira ticket with ASF infra asking them about this,

On 29/08/17 21:15, julianfoad wrote:
> GitHub user julianfoad opened a pull request:
>     TEST: creating a new file
>     TEST: This is a test, to see if GH pull request is integrated with ASF.
> You can merge this pull request into a Git repository by running:
>     $ git pull patch-1

Huh, that doesn't look like something you can do on GitHub: it doesn't
have a CLI/shell interface, does it?

Instead, to merge this PR, I'd expect to press a button on the web page
at but I don't see one.
Presumably I don't have write access permission. How can I get it? Or is
it because it is a read-only mirror?

Anyone know where is the best place to read & discuss details of
GitHub-ASF integration, not specifically for Subversion project but for
ASF projects in general?

Interested in knowing what's possible.

- Julian

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