[Toybox] GitHub Action Example
enh at google.com
Fri Jun 26 11:28:06 PDT 2020
On Sat, Jun 20, 2020 at 6:31 PM Rob Landley <rob at landley.net> wrote:
> On 6/19/20 7:36 PM, enh wrote:
> > as well as available via the web ui which is something that I don't
> > think you are seeing when you look the builds in my repository.
> > do you know whether a random like me can sign up to get the mails, or
> > does that only work for project members?
> I'm happy to add you as a project collaborator if that helps, but you have both
> enh and enh-google accounts...?
yeah, i used to have both work and personal email accounts linked to
'enh', but when work insisted on work 2FA for any github account
linked to a google.com address, i didn't want to risk getting locked
out of my precious three-letter github account when i leave google.
for consistency in the git log and to keep lawyers happy i always use
the google.com email address for toybox, so enh-google probably makes
the most sense.
> > for me the biggest negative is that there will actually be an
> > advantage to using pull requests rather than just sending email to
> > the list, and i absolutely hate dealing with pull requests. the whole
> > github model of working just doesn't make any sense to me, and seems
> > like a lot of pointless extra hassle. (though i suspect more people
> > say that about AOSP, coming from github; being an AOSP "repo" person
> > coming to github is admittedly much rarer.)
> Each github pull request sends me email with a numbered URL, I add ".patch" to
> the end of the URL and wget it from the command line, examine the file, and "git
> am" it if I'm ok with the change. (I've never figured out how to deal with them
> from the GUI in a way that doesn't screw up the repo.)
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