Gerrit very much wants its ACLs to indent option lines (but not
section headings) by a single hard tab.
The recent migration to schema 185 with Gerrit 3.7 has updated
copyConditions flags and re-written most of the ACL files to look like
this (c.f. I1f11c07e3786bd1a68b43d908d939fde42ddb99c).
This updates the normalize tool to format like this, and modifies all
our ACL's to the new format.
This is intended to be a no-op with no functional change. For future
upgrades, this will reduce the diffs of any updates Gerrit might make.
Now that we have a fix in place for Gerrit's tag signature detection
regression, remove the unsafe permission for pushing unsigned tags
to return everything to the state we had prior to the 3.4 upgrade.
Upon upgrading from Gerrit 3.3 to 3.4, a regression was observed in
which jgit no longer returns signatures in its tag messages, causing
Gerrit to misidentify signed tags as unsigned (annotated) tags.
Because our ACLs only allow signed tags to be pushed, this
regression prevents Gerrit from accepting them now.
Temporarily grant permission to push unsigned tags to anyone who
has permission to push signed ones. We will revert that as soon as a
fixed Gerrit is in place, but in the meantime users will be warned
to take care when pushing tags so that they don't accidentally push
actually unsigned tags to Gerrit.
Also, the pushSignedTag keyword was deprecated in favor of the new
createSignedTag name, so go ahead and update to that while we're
doing this so that we can limit the amount of churn across all these
ACLs. Documentation will be corrected to recommend the new format in
a separate change, but update the ACL linter now to prevent the old
syntax from being used in new projects.
This workaround was already tested on opendev/bindep in the parent
Iad8c1f83e247c9a8bcf5b4f530f7b83663e1f793 change, and confirmed to
function as intended.
This change migrates the kubernetes-entrypoint project from
the Stackanetes namespace into Airship. Stackanetes is no longer
actively maintaining the project; however, Airship and OpenStack-Helm
are active consumers and contributors to it. This move has been
socialized with the Stackanetes team, and they are supportive.