[rfc] time to switch to Launchpad reviews
michael.hudson at canonical.com
Sun Apr 26 07:46:17 BST 2009
Jelmer Vernooij wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> Am Fri, 24 Apr 2009 09:46:18 +0100 schrieb Martin Pool:
>> I think it's about time to switch from doing code reviews in Bundle
>> Buggy to doing it through Launchpad's new code review feature. It can
>> integrate with mail, it makes it a bit easier for other people to
>> comment or to attach them to/from bugs, it's the way of the future(tm),
>> and we're already getting people spontaneously posting up branches so
>> things are split across two places. BB has been a great bit of work,
>> but maybe now served its time.
>> I've used it a bit myself, as have some others for other projects.
>> Improvements are possible but I think it's pretty good now.
>> Any comments, particularly from people who're participating in
>> development or review at the moment?
>> If there are no blockers I propose that we change the standard practice
>> to posting merge proposals rather than to BB, leave BB running as a
>> backup, and then if that goes well change the normal practice across.
> Maybe not really a blocker, but the BB UI is a lot easier to use than the
> Launchpad one.
> I especially like the various tabs with relevant merge requests to me
> that BB offers. As far as I can tell at least there's nothing like this
> in Launchpad.
There's http://code.launchpad.net/bzr/+activereviews, and soon there
will be http://code.launchpad.net/~jelmer/+activereviews.
> The colors with the merge request statusses is also a lot
> Perhaps more importantly, there's the issue of starting to depend on more
> non-Free Software for Bazaar. I could improve BundleBuggy (and have in
> fact, although the actual amount of contributions I've made is limited),
> I can't do anything about Launchpad.
Launchpad will be free software in July (and while bits of codehosting
might not be being released, the code review stuff is).
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