[kde-community] Write our own pull request bot?

Martin Graesslin mgraesslin at kde.org
Sat Sep 19 17:10:23 UTC 2015


On Saturday, September 19, 2015 1:04:22 PM CEST Martin Klapetek wrote:
> Look, if the problem of github pull requests is the concern of KDE
> reviews eventually moving there (and create pressure on others etc),
> why don't we all throw one afternoon of our time and write a bot
> that will automatically import the pull request as a patch into phabricator?
> 
> That way, creating a pull request on github would get automatically
> imported on phabricator where we all could a) review it b) merge it
> without actually moving to github, but simply utilizing its resources.
> Seems like a win-win?
> 
> We could even base it on that bot that is automatically closing those
> pull requests that was linked twice already.
> 
> The only limitation I see is the needed Identity account for submitting
> patches on phabricator (right?), but other than that, how hard can it
> be(tm)?

+1 I like the idea
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