proposed policy change, new contributors use gitlab merge requests, not direct pushes
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Wed Jan 20 03:21:09 UTC 2016
On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 10:48 AM, Mark Atwood <fallenpegasus at gmail.com>
> Sanjeev, you have developer push access to www.
> You actually review and merge other contributors merge requests.
Apologies for the trivia. I am cc:ing devel for help.
I was working on my own branches in my fork, and sending PR to www/master.
Mark informs me that I have been granted push access to www at GitLab. In
the new scenario, I can create a *branch* locally (I delete my fork), and
push upstream to www/ . I can see the new branch there, and can create a
PR, but I cannot actually merge it.
I think the reason is that www/master is "protected", so only Masters, not
Developers, can change into it. Is this correct?
(If someone has a better workflow, I would appreciate it. My contributions
will be low-hanging fruit, build testing, documentation, etc, only, no real
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