service for tracking user activity (phosphor-audit)

Brad Bishop bradleyb at
Fri Mar 20 23:56:28 AEDT 2020

at 2:05 PM, Matt Spinler <mspinler at> wrote:

> On 3/19/2020 10:14 AM, Ivan Mikhaylov wrote:
>> On Tue, 2020-03-17 at 16:08 -0400, Brad Bishop wrote:
>>> at 2:46 PM, Andrew Geissler <geissonator at> wrote:
>>>> Matt and Deepak could weigh in on whether this could be a part of
>>>> phosphor-logging.
>>> This would be my preference.
>>> thx - Brad
>> Who can grant me rights into this rep or to directory in it? Matt,  
>> Deepak? Also,
>> phosphor-logging/phosphor-audit would be the possible place for it then.
> I think you mean to merge code?  You could either put up a commit to add  
> your
> name to the MAINTAINERS file, or there is a gerrit plugin that we can  
> somehow use
> to grant people merge access to only certain directories.

Yes, the gerrit owners plugin is installed on our instance:

The missing piece for wide-scale deployment is the submit rules.  I’ve not  
had time to figure these out - if someone wanted to get the first example  
working on a repository that would be much appreciated.

With that said Ivan, as an alternative to this^, I think if you:

-submit your application for review
-procure reviewers for your application (_real_ reviews, not rubber stamps)
-one of the existing maintainers merges it

and _then_ submit yourself for merge authority to all of phosphor-logging I  
suspect the phosphor-logging maintainers would be fine with that.

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