[openstack-dev] [trove] review dashboard, review priorities for Newton
Victoria Martínez de la Cruz
victoria at vmartinezdelacruz.com
Mon Apr 18 15:52:49 UTC 2016
Thanks Amrith, this looks great!
Just added the new dashboard to my Gerrit dashboard.
Cannot think on anything else we could need.
2016-04-16 10:45 GMT-03:00 Amrith Kumar <amrith at tesora.com>:
> At the Trove meeting last week, I agreed to send out a simple way in
> which we can all view the patches that are in need of review.
> In the past, as we got closer to release milestones, we have used the
> starredby:<name> method. I first remember using this when Nikhil
> proposed it in the Juno/Liberty timeframe, and it worked out well for us
> towards the end of the Mitaka cycle as well. I'd earlier asked on the ML
> for simple ways to tag and prioritize reviews  the sense that I have
> is that while there may be better tools in the future, our best bet for
> now is to use the same method we've been using so far.
> Also, thanks to Flavio who brought my attention to
> gerrit-dash-creator and the Trove dashboard registered there, I have
> built and been using a dashboard for some time and I have found that it
> reflects some of the reviewing challenges that we've been facing as a
> To that end, I have proposed , a change that updates the existing
> Trove dashboard and provides a mechanism for all members actively
> working on Trove to prioritize reviews. The rationale for the change(s)
> and my motivations are part of the commit message in .
> To get the benefit of this dashboard, you will have to do the following.
> 1. login to review.openstack.org
> 2. on the right-hand top corner, click on your name and then click on
> the "settings" link.
> 3. on the left-hand pane, click on Preferences
> 4. on the right-hand pane you should now see a section entitled "My
> Menu" and a box that says "Name" and one next to it that says "URL".
> 5. in the name, enter Trove-Dashboard and in the URL, you will have to
> enter the URL for the dashboard. Since this is a very long (about 2000
> characters long) I've posted the text in a gist. the URL will start
> with ... "#/dashboard/?foreach=" and end with "%3D%2D2+NOT+is%
> 6. Once you enter the name and the URL, press the "+" to the left of the
> You will now notice that your top menu in review.openstack.org will have
> at the very right hand end, a link called "Trove-Dashboard". If you
> click on it, you will see the dashboard I've created.
> Changes in this dashboard are shown in the following sections:
> My Patches Requiring Attention
> These are patches that you submitted, and that either have been
> given negative reviews, have failed check or gate, or are
> currently not in a state where they can merge
> Patches waiting longer than 14 days
> These are patches that have been waiting over 14 days for a
> Patches waiting longer than 7 days
> These are patches that have been waiting over 7 days for a
> Specs requiring review
> These are specs that are in need of review, and that have passed
> check, and have not been blocked (-2'ed)
> Trove: Priority code reviews
> These are changes in trove or trove-integration in need of
> review, and that have passed check, are mergeable, and have not
> been blocked (-2'ed), and have been starred by me
> Trove Client and Dashboard: Priority code reviews
> These are changes in python-troveclient or trove-dashboard in
> need of review, and that have passed check, are mergeable, and
> have not been blocked (-2'ed), , and have been starred by me
> Changes needing Final Approval
> These are changes that have one +2, that have passed check, are
> mergeable and need an approval
> Changes on branches other than master
> These are changes on branches other than master that are
> currently open
> Needing attention
> These are patches that are in need of attention; either check or
> gate failures, and that are not currently mergeable. This
> however does not show patches that are marked as WF-1 or have
> been blocked (-2'ed).
> Please post comments and feedback on this dashboard at . If you wish
> to change the dashboard or make your own, you can do that very easily.
> $ git clone http://git.openstack.org/openstack/gerrit-dash-creator
> $ cd gerrit-dash-creator/
> [If you want to change my proposed dashboard, get it ...]
> $ git review -d 306716
> Creating a git remote called "gerrit" that maps to:
> Downloading refs/changes/16/306716/1 from gerrit
> Switched to branch "review/amrith/trove-dashboard"
> $ emacs dashboards/trove.dash
> $ ./gerrit-dash-creator dashboards/trove.dash
> [... long URL deleted...]
> You can either navigate directly to that URL, or you can take the
> portion after the '#' and put it into your own menu.
> If you have suggestions on how to improve the dashboard I've proposed,
> please feel free to suggest those changes.
>  http://openstack.markmail.org/thread/s2uc4ezrkwb7spzr
>  https://review.openstack.org/#/c/292451/
>  https://review.openstack.org/#/c/306716/
>  https://gist.github.com/amrith/cd96e16ce5f8108799ee801ee2cbef08
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