On Monday 2018-01-15 13:36, Olaf Hering wrote:
I receive "review" requests for Leap, but essentially can just silently accept the fact that a pkg is copied from Factory to Leap at some point.
Result is: # obs review decline 565049 -m "$msg" No permission on review by user leaper: HTTP Error 403: Forbidden No permission on review by group factory-auto HTTP Error 403: Forbidden No permission on review by group factory-staging HTTP Error 403: Forbidden
What is the point of these review mails?
This is a bug^H^H^H unfortunate feature in osc. When you osc accept/decline/etc. something, it tries to edit *all* open reviews on the SR - of which there are often something like 4 to 6 - even if you do not have permission to some of them (because a bot owns it).
565049 has four:
Review: new Group: leap-reviewers 2018-01-15T12:51:32 leaper new Package: X11:wxWidgets/wxsqlite3 2018-01-15T12:51:30 leaper new Group: factory-staging 2018-01-15T12:22:14 new Group: factory-auto 2018-01-15T12:22:14
factory items have aroud six:
Review by Group is accepted: legal-auto(licensedigger) Review by Group is accepted: factory-auto(factory-auto) Review by Group is accepted: factory-staging(staging-bot) Review by Group is new: opensuse-review-team(factory-auto) Review by User is accepted: repo-checker(repo-checker) Review by Project is new: openSUSE:Factory:Staging:adi:17(staging-bot)