(adding back opensuse-kernel. Or did you intentionally only send the
reply to me?)
On 2016-08-22 14:46, Jeff Mahoney wrote:
On 8/22/16 6:37 AM, Michal Marek wrote:
On 2016-08-21 16:42, Jeff Mahoney wrote:
BTW, AFAIK this is the first pull from the github
repo. The github repo
is actually a clone of our internal repository so we can't use github
pull requests directly, but since github is just git behind the scenes,
it was super easy to just pull directly from your branch.
Did you actually get a github notification about the pull request? I
noticed a notification in my mailbox this morning and wanted to forward
it to you. I guess you had learned from Jason's email meanwhile.
Yeah, I only saw Jason's email. If we have something automated, it'd be
nice to get the URL to pull from directly. Ideally that would be a URL
for the pull request that I can plug right into git. In this case,
Jason had only made the one change so it was easy to pull from his
I was thinking about making it simple and stupid and sending any pull
requests to this list. However, I do not want to create a mailbomb and
send all new kernel-source _commits_ here. Does anybody know how to
fine-tune this? The interface for adding the Email service is rather
simple (see attachment).
notifications need to be handled somehow.
In which direction? It's easy enough to add each of us to the
kernel-source github project.
This would also be an option.
I don't know if github notices that a
commit has landed in the repo that matches an outstanding pull request
and closes it automatically with the subsequent notification to the
It does close it. I do not know whether it sends a notification to the