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Re: tagging OCB branches

- 03/11/2015 23:18:02
Hello Alexandre,

I agree, although not having thought it that way it could possibly be misinterpreted as a "weekly release".


Best, David

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2015-11-03 10:38 GMT-05:00 Alexandre Fayolle <>:
Hello David,

I don't really see the point in the 'weekly' tags: there is no promise
of stability on the version you get on mondays, nothing which makes it


On 28/10/2015 18:23, David Arnold wrote:
> Alexandre: You probably have already taken into account:
> *Split tags into:*
> *For version 9.0:*
> 9.0.weekly.YYYY-MM-DD
> 9.0.daily.YYYY-MM-DD
> *For version 8.0:*
> 8.0.weekly.YYYY-MM-DD
> 8.0.daily.YYYY-MM-DD
> Adhering to such or a similar standard, we can easily and flexibly work
> with those tags in a regular expression. Like only updating every month
> or year. As weekly is a common cycle, It would help to encode it as well
> as this is not easily retrieved from the date without mapping.
> Best Regards,
> David
> El mié., 28 oct. 2015 a las 11:08, Holger Brunn (<
> <>>) escribió:
>     > Yes I agree. I'll work on this next week (tagging + moving the merge process
>     > on an OCA server), unless someone steps in first. --
>     about the merge process: If we want to continue using the account oca-git-bot, 
>     I'll have to add the public ssh key to this github account.
>     Then just run nightly and have it mail its output to everyone interested. Maybe use 
>     a mail group for this on the OCA instance?
>     In our setup, we also have a file with content
>     GITDIR="/home/oca-git-bot/git"
>     to have the repo live there and not in /tmp.
>     Then whoever picks up a conflict should document it here:
>     We might also use the wiki as a mutex to avoid double work if nobody has a 
>     better idea.
>     Please tell me when it's up and running so that I can deactivate our cronjob.
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