On 2017-08-27 15:25, Maciej Delmanowski wrote:
> On Aug 26, Robin Schneider wrote:
>> It would be much more difficult to watch only parts of DebOps. For example, I
>> maintain debops.cryptsetup and a few others and would need to watch for issues
>> and PRs.
>> Getting notified for all PRs/issues of DebOps directly does not scale.
>> I guess the easiest solution would be a PR/issue template where contributors
>> need to CC the role maintainer. That should solve it.
> No need for that - https://help.github.com/articles/about-codeowners/
> In short, it's a file in the root directory of the repository that specifies
> what files or paths are maintained by who, and when a new PR is published that
> changes one of these files, a person is added as a reviewer of that PR. Of
> course this works only on GitHub, but could be scripted elsewhere. Linux
> kernel uses a similar system with the MAINTAINERS file, which was an
> inspiration for the CODEOWNERS on GitHub.
Nice, I did not know that. That would solve it.
Hm, at least partly. People will still open issues I guess which would notify
all people watching the repo. At least for that case, a issue template might be
Live long and prosper
Robin `ypid` Schneider --