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Re: [MirageOS-devel] is_mirage_broken on openmirage.org

That sounds good. If you install the GitHub OPAM package, there is a command 
line utility that creates a pull request. If one is only created when the 
status changes, that should be pretty low traffic (I hope).


> On 29 Oct 2014, at 09:52, Nik Sultana <ns441@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all, one of the items discussed in yesterday's call was about having a 
> more visible outcome for is_mirage_broken [1] -- the service that tries to 
> build a set of mirage applications for different targets.
> Currently, it generates a Markdown file summarising the outcome of each build 
> attempt [2]. One idea was to use this Markdown on a page served by 
> openmirage.com
> I experimented with this in a change to mirage-www [2] which, unless I'm 
> mistaken, generates the image that serves openmirage.com. The change consists 
> of an additional wiki page on openmirage.org that contains the Markdown 
> generated by is-mirage-broken, as can be seen from the diff [2].
> I'm writing to poll the list for your thoughts on whether this is a 
> reasonable change.
> If I get the go-ahead, I can modify crons.sh (the main script) in 
> is-mirage-broken to push the generated Markdown file to our mirage-www repo, 
> to update the wiki page. There is some implicit git state that the script 
> relies upon (i.e., which repository is being pushed to) that I'd need to make 
> explicit (since the script would be dealing with two, not one, repositories 
> after this change: is-mirage-broken and mirage-www).
> Best wishes,
> Nik
> [1] https://github.com/mirage/is-mirage-broken/
> [2] https://github.com/mirage/is-mirage-broken/blob/master/logs/README.md
> [3] 
> https://github.com/niksu/mirage-www/commit/cf7dc0947d1d356b1aea5ca2ed709042d33d96c9
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