Am Donnerstag, 24. Januar 2013, 23:02:00 schrieb Adam Spiers:
Juergen Weigert (jw(a)suse.de) wrote:
After several colleagues mentioned the importance to look into changelogs
if a contact person for a package is needed, I added this functionality to
the osc maintainer command.
Here is a trivial implementation as a osc plugin:
Should something like this be included in the
core osc code?
Overwriting an existig command from a plugin is not really nice.
+1 from me. I would recommend you add it to the core, submit a pull
request, and hopefully Marcus will accept it. At least that worked
for me since he accepted prdiff earlier today :-) It's really as easy
as indenting the code and then putting it into osc/commandline.py:
Hm, this conflicts with the "osc owner" search to some degree. The owner
search asks OBS server for the official maintainer.
While this command could be a nice addition, I fear that people will care
less about maintaining the official (bug)owner settings.
Is there any reason why your collegues not used "osc owner" command?
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