I've recently encountered more and more people not using the git-review tool and
manually pushing their changes to Gerrit using raw git commands.
Even though there is nothing wrong with doing things the hard way. I prefer not using an
overly complicated error prone way to interact with Gerrit.
Last I checked the version of git-review in Fedora is broken but I suggest using pip
anyway as it is always synced with the master branch.
Also, please use topics. Either use a BZ# or a topic codename (eg. live_migration,
vdsm_api, nfs4_support) so people can skim the review list for topics they might want to
Be careful, it automatically uses current the branch name (unless you use -t) so if you
giving your branches funny names (I know I do) don't forget to manually specify a