Awesome - thanks for the offer, Darion. 

Yes - this is mainly to help with github integration to be able to accept 
contributions via github pull requests more easily. There are 2 main aspects 
that we need help on:
   - triggering pre-commit builds on github pull requests
   - a script/tool to help merge a github pull request into apache git. 

Once both the above are done, it will become more easy for committers to verify 
pull requests and get them committed to the main writable git repo. 

For the former, I believe some projects are using travis ( you can use as an example to start on the 
process ). 
For the latter, various projects probably already have scripts ( Spark, Orc, 
Airflow, etc ) which we can probably try and re-use if possible. 

Let us know how we can help you progress further on this. 

— Hitesh

> On Oct 12, 2016, at 6:29 AM, darion.yaphet <> wrote:
> Hi <br/><br/>I'm interesting on the volunteer .<br/><br/>Is it to merge pull 
> request push to github and integrate github?  <br/><br/>thanks ~~
> At 2016-10-05 06:30:30, "Hitesh Shah" <> wrote:
>> Hi 
>> We have been seeing a slight uptick in github pull requests and it might be 
>> a good time to start figuring out integration aspects for pre-commit builds, 
>> pull request merges, etc. Any folks who would like to volunteer to help set 
>> up pre-commit build requests for github pull requests? 
>> I found some information at 
>> and 
>> there is probably more somewhere else in terms of how to get pre-commit 
>> builds to be setup for github. At the same time, it might be worth 
>> considering moving to using yetus ( ) for our 
>> pre-commit builds to get more flexibility in testing against diff branches, 
>> etc.
>> thanks
>> — Hitesh

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