Also search Emilio Cobos Álvarez: > On 11/2/19 12:53 PM, Andreas Tolfsen wrote: >> Documentation changes have historically been well served by a “wiki >> editing”/micro adjustments approach. I wonder if there is anything >> we can do with Phabricator to ease review requirements for documentation >> changes from peers? > > I think you can land patches without review even with Lando. I > personally think that's acceptable for typo fixes / documentation > updates / etc.
I just tried this on a documentation change and found the process a little confusing, so I will share my experience here. Phabricator will not let you self-review a change, but Lando will as Emilio says, allow anyone with Commit Access Level 3 to _land_ changes unreviewed. You have to click the grayed-out “View stack in Lando” link in the right hand side column and dismiss these warnings: > • Has a review intended to block landing. > • Is not Accepted. > • No reviewer has accepted the current diff. It would be nice if Phabricator would let L3 authors self-review so that the commit message could be rewritten to indicate that the change was r=me. The inability to self-review in Phabricator also means it’s not possible to remove blocking reviewers automatically added by Herald rules. I hope this helps everyone trying to land typo correction, documentations updates, and similar fixups. _______________________________________________ dev-platform mailing list email@example.com https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/dev-platform