Feature changed by: Adrian Schröter (adrianSuSE) Feature #319313, revision 4 Title: Keep showing running maintenance incidents to packager
Buildservice: Evaluation by project manager - Milestone: 2.7 + Milestone: 2.8 Priority Requester: Important Projectmanager: Important
Requested by: Adrian Schröter (adriansuse) Partner organization: openSUSE.org
Description: Package maintainers want to be able to see running maintenance updates. Currently they see an update, which they have prepared only when: - their maintenance update request is not yet accepted - they keep their bugzilla entry open (which is referenced in patchinfo). This is good for the "my work" view, which should only show tasks where the packager has to act. But there is currently no easy way to see all running updates on request. There are two possible scenarios of not-yet-released updates: - open incident, still building or collecting updates - frozen incident, running release request (read being tested by QA). The open incident can be covered by a search for patchinfos where the user is listed as packager and where the project is not locked. The frozen incident situation should be covered by monitoring the request. There is fate #310145 which wants a generic monitoring of requests. We can use this by adding the packager from _patchinfo to the release request.
Discussion: #1: Stephan Barth (cyberiad) (2015-09-08 11:53:56) Since Maintenance hears that request regularly from maintainers we would like to see this in the next Milestone. Thanks!