that we'll have automated bug comments on autopkgtest regressions
That being said, I don't think someone not part of the SRU team should
be editing the SRU tempate without discussion with the SRU team. Can
we get this change reverted and at least have a discussion started
about it? If we allow anyone updating the SRU process as they see fit,
soon we'll have no official documentation and more people will be
On Thu, 4 Apr 2019 at 14:33, Robie Basak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Dimitri,
> Thank you for updating the wiki - I appreciate your efforts in making
> process clearer and helping to streamline SRUs.
> On Thu, Apr 04, 2019 at 12:19:39PM -0000, Ubuntu Wiki wrote:
> > + [Autopkgtest Regressions]
> > +
> > + Once this package is accepted in proposed, use this space to
> > + explain autopkgtest regressions as seen on pending-sru page, and
> > + proposed migrations output for releases in question. Proposed
> > + migrations output page, has also retry buttons to rerun the tests.
> However in this particular case I'm not sure I want an explanation in
> the bug. What I'd like instead is the pending-sru report clear of
> autopkgtest regression reports, and for the explanation to be in the
> commit message against the hints branch that cleared it through.
> Otherwise it's work for somebody to explain it in the bug and more work
> for an SRU team member to then create the branch, copy the explanation
> into a commit message, merge, etc.
> Instead of having those driving SRUs explain in the bug description,
> wouldn't we be better guiding them towards submitting an MP against the
> correct hints branch, and putting their justifications in that MP
> For those not familiar with process and volunteering as best as they
> can, I'd be happy to do this for them. But in the general case of Ubuntu
> developers who can file MPs, I think I'd prefer them to just file the
> The MPs could even be linked to the affected SRU bugs, so it'd be clear
> to an SRU team member reviewing via bug that outstanding hints MPs exist
> that claim to clear false positives.
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