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On 11/13 08:55, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 3:45 PM, Nir Soffer
> Hi all,
> Our QE (and sometimes our users) are working hard testing and
> reporting bugs, but
> their effort is never mentioned in our code.
> Looking at kernel git history, I found that they are using the
> Reported-By header for
> giving credit to the person reporting a bug. I suggest we adapt this
> Here are some examples how we can use it:
> - https://gerrit.ovirt.org/#/c/48483/3//COMMIT_MSG
infra: looking at above commit messages, can we get automatically added t=
on patch creation
Reviewed-by: Francesco Romani <fromani(a)redhat.com>
on patch comment
There's no easy way to plug in extra stuff, that is done on vdsm by gerrit
itself because the project is set to 'cherry-pick', but that has consequenc=
for starters, when you submit a patch, the commit that gets in is not the s=
that you where reviewing (as the commit message changed) and thus you will =
forced to rebase all the patches that depended on it.
There's no built-in way either to change the commit on push (when
updating/creating the patch) without creating a new patch. That means that =
have that added, each time you send a patch a new one will be created, and =
time you add a comment for the first time to the patch, another patch will =
created too. Forcing the devel to refetch the commit each time he/she pushe=
Not sure that smoothes up the dev process...
I think that the less painful path will be to use a commit hook locally, so=
commit message is changed locally first, but that will require the dev to
install it (we can ease that with a script or similar though)
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