On Thu, May 1, 2014 at 1:11 PM, James Forrester <jforrester(a)wikimedia.org>wrote;wrote:
On 1 May 2014 03:20, Gilles Dubuc
Thanks for the great work on the dashboard,
I was wondering if it's possible, and if it would make sense to everyone,
that we filter changesets that start with WIP or [WIP] and have a separate
section at the very bottom for them?
Yeah; that's what we do in the VE team (search operator is "-message:WIP")
and it's very helpful at focussing review, especially just before the cut.
It will match anything that has a "wip" substring anywhere in its commit
message, though. As far as I can see there is no way in gerrit to match
only the subject line of the commit message, are the start of the line, or
a whole word. That's not a big deal if you want to list those commits, but
if you want to hide them and there are false positives, that could be
The OpenStack wiki mentions a WIP feature in gerrit:
I wonder if that is version-dependent, or something they set up locally?
The label system could be abused into adding a WIP next to the existing
reviewed/verified labels, and it is easy to filter for that,