Have a look at https://salsa.debian.org/stapelberg/toxiproxy/-/jobs/5260 —
I just got a GitLab CI runner and job working which builds the package
using git-buildpackage, then looks for failures in reverse-dependencies
using https://github.com/Debian/ratt.

I intend to write a tool to programmatically bulk-update CI settings on
GitLab, so that we can enable this feature for all of our repositories.

Aside from the GitLab-side, we also need a .gitlab-ci.yml file in the
repository itself. I can bulk-commit these, along with adding them to
Files-Excluded in debian/copyright so that upstream copies are discarded.

With this feature place, the next step I’d like to implement is a
speculative package auto-updater: upon noticing the Debian and upstream
version have diverged, we could import the new version, send a Merge
Request, have the CI check for breakages and (manually) merge and upload if
no breakages are introduced.

Let me know if you have any thoughts,

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