I can't believe it's been 4 weeks. It feels like it was ages/yesterday when we moved. :)
First, I hope people are not regretting letting/having me make this migration. I know there have been some things to work through (and others still to come), but I hope this is all a net positive (either now or in the near future).
Second, I wanted to get initial feedback on things we can easily tweak:
already had a broken build when I temporarily turned it off at someone's request when Travis was backed up from the AWS S3 outage; I also don't plan to make AppVeyor required unless there's a way to make it be skipped for doc-only changes)
people really want to, but I think long-term cherry-picking will allow for
- Along with that, are the labels for cherry-picking working out?
(Some devs seem to like using title labels like
[3.6] to flag
cherry-picks so it's more obvious in emails so I don't know if the labels
are really that useful)
Third, I wanted to point out some of the more critical discussions going on at https://github.com/python/core-workflow/issues. Specifically, https://github.com/python/core-workflow/issues/6 is working towards a solution for Misc/NEWS so if you care about the final solution you should participate there. After Misc/NEWS is solved the next step becomes solving the cherry-picking overhead with a more automated approach. We are also discussing closed branches to make the list of branches more manageable at https://github.com/python/core-workflow/issues/31.
Fourth, the lack of messages showing up on bugs.python.org after a commit is being tracked at http://psf.upfronthosting.co.za/roundup/meta/issue613. I'm sure Ezio and Maciej would appreciate any help people may be able to volunteer to help in solving the problem.
Fifth, anything I missed? :)