Proposal: Allowing selective pushes to hotspot without jprt
aph at redhat.com
Sat Sep 13 07:27:33 UTC 2014
On 09/09/14 22:24, Mikael Vidstedt wrote:
> Note that all changes are still required to go through the normal
> development and review cycle; the proposed relaxation only applies to
> how the changes are pushed.
> If at code review time a change is for some reason deemed to be risky
> and/or otherwise have impact on shared files the reviewer may request
> that the change to go through the regular push testing. For changes only
> touching the above set of files this expected to be rare.
> Please let me know what you think.
Thank you. From my point of view as an at-large member of the
governing board, I welcome this change: it is exactly the direction
we need to go for OpenJDK to become an true Open Source project. Of
course I endorse Volker's point that developers outside Oracle need to
be able to submit jprt jobs, but this is a very welcome step.
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