Hi Dear package maintainers&project maintainers,
* For the same purpose, let me follow on Richard's thread and borrow the mail subject here :)
I've created a script to handle submitting packages from openSUSE:Factory to openSUSE:42(ie. Leap) according to the build succeeded packages in openSUSE:42:Factory-Candidates-Check, the script usually executing when I think openSUSE:42 is ready to process more submissions, each time it will submit ~100 packages to openSUSE:42 currently. This script is submit the build succeeded package in  only.
While this script creating submit request, it will also add a review to $devel_project/$package, ie. submit openSUSE:Factory/nodejs-mime to openSUSE:42, it's also open a review by openSUSE:Factory/nodejs-mime there, therefore, you can see the request in your request list if you are package maintainer or project maintainer and in case your maintained package is submitted to openSUSE:42. Please review the request and decline it if you think it should not go to Leap.
Please don't get me wrong here, it's not mean you can not submit packages yourself, you still can. But since all submissions to :42 need to pass 42's staging project, so I'd suggest that, please check package's state in f-c-c before submit it to :42 to avoid your submission stuck in staging project(or declined by 42/staging maintainer) due to build failed; unresolvable; or whatever reason. And submit your changes to Factory before submit to openSUSE:42 is preferred.
Addition update: I've added skip_list to this script, I'll add the project or package to the list once I saw the request is declined by package maintainer/project maintainer, this script will not submit it again in the next round. eg. X11:Enlightenment:Factory was in the skip list already as Simon mentioned the plan against enlightment packages in Leap in another amil at -factory@ and he also declined a e17 submission to :42 already.
 https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/openSUSE:42:Factory-Candidates-Check  https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/323731
Best regards, Max