On Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 7:07 AM, Serhiy Storchaka firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 11.01.13 19:08, Brett Cannon wrote:
This seems to have caused the Windows buildbots to fail.
Yes, Ezio had already told me. I wrote too strong tests which caught yet one bug on Windows. Now it is fixed and all bots happy (except one).
Is there a possibility to subscribe to email notifications about all buildbot's breaks in which I blamed?
Not that I know of. I usually leave the buildbot page up after a commit and just keep refreshing until a majority of the buildbots have completed building and are green.
But hacking something together like that wouldn't be too hard. Could do that on App Engine on a free account as long as you didn't exhaust your free quota for fetching web pages, and with pubsubhubbub you probably wouldn't. Honestly the biggest pain I see is mapping commit real names to email addresses and maintaining the list of stable vs. unstable builders so people know how severe the breakage is (although I guess a break is a break and stable is more "always up" than "finicky failures").
And then from there you can do Chrome/Firefox extensions, build orbs, etc. It never ends! =)