Migrating to salsa

Rafael Laboissière rafael at debian.org
Wed Mar 14 17:36:31 UTC 2018

* Paul Gevers <elbrus at debian.org> [2018-03-14 10:23]:

> On 13-03-18 08:12, Rafael Laboissière wrote:
>> * Rafael Laboissière <rafael at debian.org> [2018-03-04 09:57]:
>>> 2) Create a group at the Debian PTS.  I can take care of this.  Which 
>>> name would be appropriate? "debian-ci", "ci-team" or simply "ci"?
> My preference, the same as on salsa, so ci-team.

Done: https://tracker.debian.org/teams/ci-team/

>>> 5) Set the tagpending webhook for the Debian three packages on Salsa. 
>>> This is easy to do and I could do it.  Should I?
> No idea/opinion. What is this exactly?

This webhook allows the automatic tagging of bugs as "pending" in the BTS 
for commits that contains the magic "Closes: #NNNNNN" in the log message.

>>>> Furthermore, we might activate the "Emails on push" integration
>>>>> service for the repositories in Salsa.  Again, the PTS can be handy
>>>>> here, because we can use the addresses
>>>>> dispatch+${pkg}_vcs at tracker.debian.org.  Users interested in
>>>>> receiving commit notifications can subscribe to the "vcs" keyword at
>>>>> the PTS.
>>>> I'm not so sure about this one. you can already watch individual 
>>>> repositories on salsa em be notified about all activity on them, so I 
>>>> don't see the point.
>>> Are pushes notified when watching Salsa repositories?  I thought that 
>>> the only way to do it was by using the "Emails on push" integration 
>>> service.  How do you do it otherwise?
> I would say that if you are interested in having this, go ahead. As long 
> as one can be subscribed to the list without getting these messages, I 
> am fine.

Yes, in order to get the messages, one must subscribe to the keyword 
"vcs" on tracker.d.o.  The messages do not go to any mailing list. I just 
did it.


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