[webkit-dev] Cherry-Pick Bug Comments
ojan at chromium.org
Sun May 29 16:38:21 PDT 2011
I think we should be able to make everyone happy if we handle these the same
way we handle the EWS and style bots.
The data lives on another server (appengine in this case) and is brought
into the bugzilla page via an iframe. We could have an iframe for the Qt
release that is empty by default, but shows a link to the release when that
patch has been integrated into a branch.
On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 2:29 PM, James Robinson <jamesr at google.com> wrote:
> I find these cherry-pick bug comments annoying and hope that you will stop
> generating them. There are many ports that make releases based off of
> WebKit trunk, and all of them have some notion of release branches that
> contain cherry-picked revisions, reverts, etc. As a developer it's nearly
> always irrelevant to me whether a given patch is cherry-picked into a given
> Qt release or not, just as it would be to know if that revision was
> cherry-picked into a given Gtk, EFL, Safari, or Chromium release branch.
> When I do need to know the status of a specific branch, I look in the
> port-specific location of the branch to see what happened. For example, to
> see what's in a given chromium release I look in the appropriate
> subdirectory of http://trac.webkit.org/browser/branches/chromium. For the
> Safari 534 branch,
> http://trac.webkit.org/browser/branches/safari-534-branch etc.
> I would recommend that the people who work on QtWebKit figure out a way to
> track revisions in their release branches in a way that does not involve
> spamming non-Qt bugs on bugs.webkit.org or developers who aren't working
> directly on Qt.
> - James
> On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Antonio Gomes <tonikitoo at gmail.com>wrote:
>> An important question: besides the notification e-mails, does the rest of
>>> our release process bothers someone?
>>> Not me. It works fine and is very transparent.
>> --Antonio Gomes
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