<quote name="Jon Robson" date="2016-05-12" time="17:56:24
On 12 May 2016 4:18 p.m., "Stas Malyshev" <smalyshev(a)wikimedia.org>
> No, -2 is restricted to project owners and thus not an op-
> tion for the vast majority of contributors. For that pur-
> pose, I proposed a Gerrit label "WIP"
This looks like a nice solution.
Seconded. What's stopping us from adopting? It seems in that thread nothing
Greg - is this something we can do?
"Adopting"? :) Making it official? I'd guess just setting the Gerrit
config to exposing the WIP label and then documenting it on mw.org
maybe one of:
(only focused on the
review part, not the submission part, should it expand in scope?)
? maybe too
basic/focused to have this?
* Maybe a new page describing the stages of a change and how to start
contributing? I think of this because of this
- "Add a welcome bot to
Gerrit for first time contributors"
Task to track this for Gerrit I've created:
(Below is just some documentation on how to do it that I wrote last
How to do it via the command line?
For Gerrit, use what was proposed in that last thread by Tim L:
<quote name="Tim Landscheidt" date="2015-09-14" time="21:07:47
"C. Scott Ananian"
I'd use this tag more often if I could set it
from the gerrit
command-line when I upload a patch. Otherwise it will be pretty
inconvenient to keep this in sync with the summary line of my patch.
That should be possible with Gerrit's command line inter-
For example, I just voted on
| ssh -p 29418 gerrit.wikimedia.org
gerrit review --label
This /should/ work for arbitrary labels.
For those experimenting with Differential already it's even easier per
<quote name="Mukunda Modell" date="2016-05-12" time="17:19:06
We definitely need consistency for any convention like
this to be
Phabricator has the equivalent of self-2 in Differential:
`arc diff --plan-changes`
From arcanist's help information:
greg@x230 ~ % arc help diff
Create or update a revision without requesting a
Which makes something like this:
Then that change does not show up in searches for Diffs needing review.
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