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Change some OpenStack to OpenDev or ttygroup

Change-Id: I1992146163b4a2ad9e70751c4ebd6b6a6663e441
tags/1.6.0^0
James E. Blair 6 months ago
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CONTRIBUTING.rst View File

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 Contributing
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 ============
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-To browse the latest code, see: https://git.openstack.org/cgit/stackforge/gertty/tree/
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-To clone the latest code, use `git clone https://git.openstack.org/stackforge/gertty`
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+To browse the latest code, see: https://opendev.org/ttygroup/gertty/src/branch/master/
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+To clone the latest code, use `git clone https://opendev.org/ttygroup/gertty`
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-Bugs are handled at: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/698
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+Bugs are handled at: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/ttygroup/gertty
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-Code reviews are handled by gerrit at: https://review.openstack.org
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+Code reviews are handled by gerrit at: https://review.opendev.org
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-Use `git review` to submit patches (after creating a gerrit account
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+Use `git review` to submit patches (after creating a Gerrit account
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 that links to your launchpad account). Example::
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     # Do your commits
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   expectations set by the web browsers).
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 * Support a wide variety of Gerrit installations.  The initial
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-  development of Gertty is against the OpenStack project's Gerrit, and
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-  many of the features are intended to help its developers with their
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-  workflow, however, those features should be implemented in a generic
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-  way so that the system does not require a specific Gerrit
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-  configuration.
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-
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+  development of Gertty is against the OpenDev Gerrit, and many of the
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+  features are intended to help its users with their workflow,
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+  however, those features should be implemented in a generic way so
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+  that the system does not require a specific Gerrit configuration.

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README.rst View File

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   pip install .
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 Gertty uses a YAML based configuration file that it looks for at
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-``~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml``.  Several sample configuration files are
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-included.  You can find them in the examples/ directory of the `source
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-distribution <https://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/gertty/tree/examples>`_
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-or the share/gertty/examples directory after installation.
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+``~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml``.  Several sample configuration files
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+are included.  You can find them in the examples/ directory of the
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+`source distribution
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+<https://opendev.org/ttygroup/gertty/src/branch/master/examples>`_ or
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+the share/gertty/examples directory after installation.
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-Select one of the sample config files, copy it to ~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml
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-and edit as necessary.  Search for ``CHANGEME`` to find parameters that need to
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-be supplied.  The sample config files are as follows:
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+Select one of the sample config files, copy it to
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+~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml and edit as necessary.  Search for
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+``CHANGEME`` to find parameters that need to be supplied.  The sample
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+config files are as follows:
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 **minimal-gertty.yaml**
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   Only contains the parameters required for Gertty to actually run.
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 **reference-gertty.yaml**
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   An exhaustive list of all supported options with examples.
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-**openstack-gertty.yaml**
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-  A configuration designed for use with OpenStack's installation of
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+**opendev-gertty.yaml**
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+  A configuration designed for use with OpenDev's installation of
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 **googlesource-gertty.yaml**
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 Bugs
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-Bugs are handled at: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/698
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+Bugs are handled at: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/ttygroup/gertty

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 Gertty uses a YAML based configuration file that it looks for at
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-``~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml``.  Several sample configuration files are
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-included.  You can find them in the examples/ directory of the `source
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-distribution <https://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/gertty/tree/examples>`_
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-or the share/gertty/examples directory after installation.
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+``~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml``.  Several sample configuration files
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+are included.  You can find them in the examples/ directory of the
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+`source distribution
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+<https://opendev.org/ttygroup/gertty/src/branch/master/examples>`_ or
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+the share/gertty/examples directory after installation.
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 Select one of the sample config files, copy it to ~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml
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 and edit as necessary.  Search for ``CHANGEME`` to find parameters that need to
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 **reference-gertty.yaml**
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   An exhaustive list of all supported options with examples.
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-**openstack-gertty.yaml**
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-  A configuration designed for use with OpenStack's installation of
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+**opendev-gertty.yaml**
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+  A configuration designed for use with OpenDev's installation of
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   Gerrit.
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 **googlesource-gertty.yaml**

examples/openstack-gertty.yaml → examples/opendev-gertty.yaml View File

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-# This is an example ~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml file for use with OpenStack's
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-# Gerrit.  Most of these options are not required, rather, they customize
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-# Gertty to better deal with the particulars of OpenStack's Gerrit
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-# configuration.
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+# This is an example ~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml file for use with
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+# OpenDev's Gerrit.  Most of these options are not required, rather,
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+# they customize Gertty to better deal with the particulars of
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+# OpenDev's Gerrit configuration.
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 # This file does not list all of the available options.  For a full
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 # list with explanations, see the 'reference-gertty.yaml' file.
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-    url: https://review.openstack.org/
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+  - name: opendev
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+    url: https://review.opendev.org/
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     # Your gerrit username.
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     username: CHANGEME
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-    # Set password at https://review.openstack.org/#/settings/http-password
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+    # Set password at https://review.opendev.org/#/settings/http-password
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     # Note this is not your launchpad password.
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     password: CHANGEME
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     git-root: ~/git/

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-# This is an example ~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml file for use with OpenStack's
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-# Gertty to better deal with the particulars of OpenStack's Gerrit
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+# This is an example ~/.config/gertty/gertty.yaml file for use with
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+# RDO's Gerrit.  Most of these options are not required, rather, they
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+# customize Gertty to better deal with the particulars of RDO's Gerrit
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 # under the License.
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-# https://review.openstack.org/275862
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-# https://review.openstack.org/119302
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-# https://review.openstack.org/133550
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+# https://review.opendev.org/275862
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+# https://review.opendev.org/119302
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+# https://review.opendev.org/133550
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 import datetime
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 import logging

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 summary = Gertty is a console-based interface to the Gerrit Code Review system.
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 description-file =
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     README.rst
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-author = OpenStack
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-author-email = openstack-dev@lists.openstack.org
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-home-page = http://www.openstack.org/
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+author = The TTY Group
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+author-email = openstack-infra@lists.openstack.org
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+home-page = http://ttygroup.org/
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 classifier =
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     Topic :: Utilities
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     Intended Audience :: Developers

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