[Dev] what are the branch accepted/** for?

Kanevskiy, Alexander alexander.kanevskiy at intel.com
Mon Nov 18 11:42:00 GMT 2013

On 18/11/13 12:58 , "Artem Bityutskiy" <artem.bityutskiy at linux.intel.com>

>On Mon, 2013-11-18 at 10:03 +0000, Dong, Junfeng wrote:
>> Hi release engineer team,
>> What are the following branches name accepted/tizen/*/* for? Many
>> packages are created such branch recently. I list some examples.
>> Should the maintainer update them? Since they are different for each
>> git tree, what is the rule of creating them?
>> gcc48> git branch -a
>> * tizen
>>   remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/tizen
>>   remotes/origin/accepted/tizen/ivi
>>   remotes/origin/accepted/tizen/mobile
>I have an obvious guess about what this means. But I'd prefer the team
>to point to the corresponding piece of the documentation on tizen.org.
>Surely this change was documented? And probably announced?

it is under testing right now, not ready for production use and thus
unannounced yet.

>I noticed that the origin/accepted/tizen/ivi of the kernel-x86-ivi
>project is incorrect. It does not point to the kernel which is part of
>the Tizen IVI images.
>The thing is - Tracy reverted 3.12 kernel and we are back to 3.11.6 now
>(at the OBS level), but the branch was _not_ updated. I cannot judge for
>sure since I do not know about this feature, but it looks like a bug in
>the system.

This is caused by RE is not following the rule and do modifications
directly in OBS without following process.

>Best Regards,
>Artem Bityutskiy
>Dev mailing list
>Dev at lists.tizen.org

Best regards, Alexander Kanevskiy.

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