Proprietary task references in commit logs
andrew at aj.id.au
Fri Feb 16 12:03:57 AEDT 2018
On Wed, 2018-02-14 at 11:07 +0300, Alexander Amelkin wrote:
> 14.02.2018 06:30, Stewart Smith wrote:
> > I've been poked at this for other firmware too, and I tend to dislike
> > non-public bug tracker IDs in public repositories.
> > I have an idea of using git-notes to have a local tree of `fixes` (even
> > added retroactively) that could then be queried/modified that would suit
> > this kind of use case.
> > Of course, finding enough time to write the couple of hundred lines of
> > python to do that has been elusive :)
> Exactly! This is all about extra work to do, no time to do it, and
> elusive profit of that effort.
Stewart might not have the time to do it himself, but I agree with his
direction and disagree with taking your suggested shortcut. We
should find someone with the time to sort it out properly. Please open
an issue against OpenBMC where the details can be hashed out if you
feel this is a significant deficiency.
 as someone who wants to see the issue tracker free of internal
identifiers as well
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