import zuul job settings from project-config
This is a mechanically generated patch to complete step 1 of moving the zuul job settings out of project-config and into each project repository. Because there will be a separate patch on each branch, the branch specifiers for branch-specific jobs have been removed. Because this patch is generated by a script, there may be some cosmetic changes to the layout of the YAML file(s) as the contents are normalized. See the python3-first goal document for details: https://governance.openstack.org/tc/goals/stein/python3-first.html Depends-On: https://review.openstack.org/601057 Change-Id: If703f0dcf1cb58f3bbd28bd1432ff19e68c21aad Story: #2002586 Task: #24327
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Even though eslint permits overriding rules on a per-project basis, it should be the goal of every project to stay as close to the common guidelines as possible.
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