[Python-Dev] Some PRs to merge?
Of those 49 PRs, 18 are by core developers themselves, so 31 PRs are by
external contributors that seem ready to be merged.
There was a discussion at one point on core-workflow about changing the
default "needs" label for PRs by core devs which in this instance would
help with providing a search for PRs that are possibly very close to being
ready to be merged.
On Fri, 19 Oct 2018 at 09:58, Stephane Wirtel <stephane at wirtel.be> wrote:
> Hi all,
> How are you? I am fine ;-) and you?
> So, on this morning I was playing with the github interface and the
> pull requests of CPython and I have discovered the advanced search of
> Github and I think this one is really useful for us and certainly for
> the core-dev.
> So, I was interested by somes PRs.
> PRs with this status:
> * open
> * review is approved
> * status of the CI is 'success'
> * has labels "awaiting merge", "CLA signed" and -"DO-NOT-MERGE"
> total: 49 PRs
> In the GitHub interface, here is the criteria
> is:open is:pr review:approved status:success label:"awaiting merge"
> -label:"DO-NOT-MERGE" label:""LA signed""
> But if you want to see the result in your browser, just click on this link.
> Here are the numbers:
> * just open: 959
> * and with label "CLA signed": 900
> label:"CLA signed"
> * and with label "awaiting merge": 169
> label:"awaiting merge"
> * and without label "DO-NOT-MERGE": 152
> * with CI is happy ;-): 112
> * with review is approved: 49
> total: 49 PRs could be merged.
> I was really surprised by this tool, (doc:
> But I was thinking about one thing, how can I help the core-devs to
> merge these PRs?
> Each week, I can send a report to this ML with the "mergeable" PRs.
> This kind of report could be useful for you?
> Have a nice day,
> St?phane Wirtel - https://wirtel.be - @matrixise
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