On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 4:16 PM, Christian Hammond

> Review Board 2.0 has a new concept of "approval" that can be customized by
> extensions. See
> http://www.reviewboard.org/docs/manual/dev/extending/extensions/hooks/review-request-approval-hook/
> There's also work being done on hooks for Mercurial and Git that would
> allow you to enforce that a review request is approved, using that logic,
> before it goes into the codebase.

In order to get a full blown CI framework from that description it sounds
like I would be reimplementing the essence of gerrit.  And I would end up
with a self-supported one-off contraption.  I would definitely opt for a
pre-existing framework with a development team and an accessible user
community.  Still, I would love to have a way to fold RB into that


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