[sheepdog] RFC: migrating development process from mailing list to github pull request

Hitoshi Mitake mitake.hitoshi at gmail.com
Tue Aug 11 14:31:19 CEST 2015

At Fri, 24 Jul 2015 13:58:55 +0900,
Hitoshi Mitake wrote:
> Hi sheepdog developers,
> I'm considering about an idea of migrating development process from
> mailing list to github pull request. A main motivation of this
> proposal is testing. Recent patch from Christopher at NIMBOXX added a
> support of docker. If we apply it well, modern testing services
> (e.g. circle CI) can be used. It would make development more
> effective e.g. automated testing per pull requests.
> In the past, some developers e.g. Vasiliy proposed this idea. At
> that time I didn't think there's no enough reason for
> migration. However, testing services + docker is quite attractive for
> me.
> (Of course, if we need to post patches to mailing lists of related
> projects (QEMU, tgt, libvirt, etc), this mailing list should be used.)
> I'd like to hear your comments.

Github PR seems to work well. Let's use the PR for the development.

Just for notification, I'm cc-ing subsystem maintainers, recently
active developers, and people who would be interested in.


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