Re: RFC: Github PR bot questions

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On Wed, Jun 16, 2021 at 07:47:29PM +0200, Johannes Berg wrote:
> > - We can *probably* track when patch series get applied and auto-close pull
> >   requests that are accepted -- but it's not going to be perfect (we'd
> >   basically be using git-patch-id to match commits to pull requests). Or is it
> >   better to auto-close the pull request right after it's sent to the list with
> >   a message like "thank you, please monitor your email for the rest of the
> >   process"? The latter is much easier for me, of course. :)
> Those two conflict, no? I mean, if you close it, then there won't really
> be a v2/vX?
> Given that many (if not most) patch series require a v2 or more, it
> would seem closing it immediately would be a bit confusing, and then
> what do you even do to get a v2?

Unless I'm misreading the docs, the submitter should be able to reopen the
closed pull request, so it's not a permanent action. This may actually make it
easier to track things for v1/v2, since we wouldn't need to continuously poll
open pull requests to see if any of them changed.


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