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From Chris Nauroth <cnaur...@hortonworks.com>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Branch for YETUS-156
Date Tue, 29 Mar 2016 17:07:28 GMT
Yes, branch away.  You can do it today.  Keep those broken builds at bay!

I think we need a Dr. Seuss-style children's book about continuous
integration.

--Chris Nauroth




On 3/29/16, 9:31 AM, "Andrew Bayer" <andrew.bayer@gmail.com> wrote:

>Branch away, I say. Also I rhyme apparently.
>
>A.
>
>On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 9:25 AM, Allen Wittenauer <aw@apache.org> wrote:
>
>>
>> Hey gang.
>>
>>         YETUS-156¹s purpose is to give Yetus the ability to act as
>> daily/nightly/whateverly build driver for CI systems.  This way, Yetus¹
>> reporting could be part of the CI process rather than just digging
>>through
>> mountains of logs looking for errors.  The vast majority of changes are
>> purely cosmetic [yay!] but there are quite a few of them to clean up.
>>
>>
>>         Given:
>>
>>                 * that we don¹t have a branch policy (at least, that I¹m
>> aware ofŠ.)
>>                 * YETUS-156 is working well enough in my tests for
>>people
>> to start playing with it
>>                 * YETUS-156 is probably reaching the point where it is
>> Œtoo big to review¹ (~40k at last rebase)
>>
>>         I think it might be useful to setup a branch for YETUS-156,
>> preferably with a CTRTM (commit then review then merge)-type policy.
>>This
>> would give others a chance to play, break it up into a reviewable state,
>> give me a chance to fix bugs quickly while still providing protection to
>> master if the 0.3.0 train decides to leave before this is ready.
>>
>>         In the mean time, I¹ve changed YETUS-156 to be an umbrella, if
>> just for my own sanity.
>>
>>         Any thoughts?
>>
>>         Thanks!


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