On 1/9/19 6:55 AM, Ladislav Slezak wrote:
the GitHub Services are deprecated and are replaced by GitHub web hooks.
Basically the Services provided an additional logic to process the hooks.
The only problematic GitHub Service is the email Service which for YaST sends
notifications to yast-commit(a)opensuse.org. There is no simple replacement, we would
need a publicly reachable server which can send emails to yast-commit(a)opensuse.org.
But the question is: do we really need that? Does somebody really read the emails
Yes, I do. Religiously. Every day. I depend on that to watch and see
what I, as a non-YaST Team Member, can contribute. That is where I spot
the typos and grammar errors that I have been fixing.
When I understand coding, I will also watch for anything I can do to fix
there or improve.
Also, when I see what is going on, it sometimes gives me ideas that I
can suggest for possible improvements in the Users' experience.
You can see the activity log also at the main https://github.com/
page, or there is a
news feed link at the bottom. That can be also an alternative to the commit mails.
Would that be enough for you?
I was not aware of this. Do not know if there is anything obvious
telling non-YaST Team Members who wish to Contribute should look there.
Perhaps there is a way to get that more obvious to interested would-be
(Personally I do not read the commit ML, I'm asking here for feedback to see if
is any use for that.)
I think I already answered that. But, maybe I am the only one?
I am busy with openSUSE Elections at the moment, but I will check the
above links ASAP and see if they are a suitable replacement in cases
such as mine.
I will report back as soon as I do.
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(election-officials **at** openSUSE.org
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