On 2017-09-20 11:57, Sergi Almacellas Abellana wrote:
> > Cédric Krier<firstname.lastname@example.org> added the comment:
> > I would be in favor of mailing-list (with maybe Patchwork).
> The main benefit I see using a mailing list is that we can also replace google-groups using the same mailing list server.
No, I do not want to manage a large mailing list.
> > As mailing-list, I would choose:http://mlmmj.org/ because it works with email only, it is possible to request to resend a specific email (useful to make a review if you did not receive the email).
> Why not using mailman? http://www.list.org/
> It has more recent versions,
Only of 1 day.
> more users/developers
The number of user should not be a primary criteria otherwise we will
not be on Tryton.
The criteria is about maintenance and mlmmj seems to be well maintained
also. But it is also about our capacity to solve problem and mlmmj has a
much more simple design than mailman.
> and is programmed in python.
Of course it would ease the maintenance but it will be easier to fix
something in mlmmj than in mailman because of the code complexity.
> > For flake8 check, we can have the bot subscribed to the ML. It will get the patch from the mail and use subject flag to find the repository. It will run `hg diff -c <rev>|flake8 --diff --show-source` and send a reply with the output.
> Probably the same can be done to run a the test suite.
I do not see the point. Codestyle is not a bug.