Introducing KDE Activity Filter
bcooksley at kde.org
Sun Jul 12 18:48:29 BST 2020
On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 4:46 AM Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org> wrote:
> El diumenge, 12 de juliol de 2020, a les 8:08:11 CEST, Ben Cooksley va escriure:
> > Hi all,
> > A few years back Sysadmin had to turn off the old Commit Filter
> > service due to a number of security issues, with no replacement
> > available.
> > I'm now happy to announce that a replacement service is now available,
> Very much appreciated! Now i can stop using ifttt :)
> > with the added functionality of also being able to cover activity on
> > Bugzilla and Gitlab (for Tasks and Merge Requests). It is intended
> > that Activity Filter will be used to provide Gitlab notifications for
> > merge requests and tasks to mailing lists, along with CI notifications
> > if desired (once that is moved to Gitlab)
> > The new service is configured through YAML format files in the
> > sysadmin/activityfilter repository
> > (https://invent.kde.org/sysadmin/activityfilter), which is open to
> > developers to commit. Please ensure that you read the README contained
> > in the repository before doing so.
> > Please let us know if you have any questions on the above!
> Can i do stuff like this?
> - name: "Commits"
> subscribes: "aacid at kde.org"
> to: commits
> project: 'bla'
> project: 'bla1'
> project: 'bla2'
> project: 'bla3'
> project: 'bla4'
> project: 'bla5'
> project: 'bla6'
> project: 'bla7'
> project: 'bla8'
I'm afraid rules like that aren't supported, however you can specify a
regex so something like:
should work fine.
> > Thanks,
> > Ben Cooksley
> > KDE Sysadmin
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