Re: adding or retriggering tasks from Treeherder today? action needed

2021-02-12 Thread Sebastian Hengst
each item in the left sidebar and select it. 4. If it has items listed in the main page, click on the item in the left sidebar with the right mouse button. 5. Call the menu item "Delete All". 6. Reload Treeherder. 7. Log into Treeherder. Sorry for the inconvenience. Am 12.02.2021 um 09:

adding or retriggering tasks from Treeherder today? action needed

2021-02-12 Thread Sebastian Hengst
If you use Treeherder to add tasks to Try pushes, retrigger them etc. and get an error about the credentials being disabled, please resolve the issue with these steps: 1. Open a Treeherder tab: https://treeherder.mozilla.org/ 2. In Firefox, press Ctrl+Shift+H to open the browser's history. 3.

Re: Soft code freeze for Firefox 81 starts August 20

2020-08-24 Thread Sebastian Hengst
The Nightly version bump to 82 was completed successfully today and the soft freeze is now lifted. Sebastian Am 19.08.2020 um 16:27 schrieb Sebastian Hengst: Hi all, With Firefox 80 release candidates already shipping, we are nearing the end of the Nightly 81 cycle. In order to avoid

Soft code freeze for Firefox 81 starts August 20

2020-08-19 Thread Sebastian Hengst
that enable new Features that were untested in the Nightly cycle - Plan to kick off new experiments that might impact a feature's merge readiness Please let us know if you have any questions/concerns. Thanks, Sebastian & the Release Management team -- Sebastian Hengst Code Sheriffing

tree closing window for production trees (Try might be affected) on 2020-07-13 13:00-14:00 UTC

2020-07-12 Thread Sebastian Hengst
process is schedule to be complete at 14:00 UTC, the Firefox CI should be unavailable for a shorter timeframe. Sebastian Hengst ___ dev-platform mailing list dev-platform@lists.mozilla.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/dev-platform

Try pusher? Rebase your stack or get test failures

2020-02-06 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Because some certificates stored in the source code directory needed renewal, pushes to Try based on older revisions than the latest commit ("tip") for all mozilla-* repositories and autoland will yield many test failures. Please rebase your patch stack before pushing to Try.

reducing merges from mozilla-central to mozilla-inbound

2019-09-25 Thread Sebastian Hengst
: If code from inbound can be merged to central, it will get merged by sheriffs approximately every 6h during workdays and every 12h on weekends. Sebastian Hengst ___ dev-platform mailing list dev-platform@lists.mozilla.org https://lists.mozilla.org

last merge of central to beta, unnecessary bug comments with beta urls

2019-09-02 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Hi, mozilla-central got merged to mozilla-beta today (both on Gecko 70) and the tool to update the merged bugs ran unnecessarily. Please ignore those comments which mention the push urls for beta. Thank you Sebastian Hengst Code Sheriffing Lead

bzpost hg extension to post try pushes to bugs: update required

2019-02-14 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Hi, some of you use the Mercurial bzpost extension to get Treeherder links generated and posted to the mentioned bug after you pushed to the Try server. A Treeherder change requires that those links use the last revision from the push to work. The fix is available, you can install it by

try pushes: use a base revision from 2019-02-06 or newer

2019-02-12 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Hi, if you push to the Try server, use base revisions (= the shared revision on top of which you add your changes) from 2019-02-06 or newer, else there will be many test failures due to expired certificates. The newer base revisions have the fixes from

Re: mozilla-inbound backout policy subject to change (become similar to autoland)

2018-08-23 Thread Sebastian Hengst
to autoland) Von: Sebastian Hengst Datum: 2018-06-19 15:04 Hi, If you don't push code to mozilla-inbound, you can stop reading now. TL;DR: We would like to change the mozilla-inbound backout policy to be like autoland’s. In order to decrease tree closure times for inbound, allow for more frequent

Re: mozilla-inbound backout policy subject to change (become similar to autoland)

2018-08-09 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Original-Nachricht Betreff: Re: mozilla-inbound backout policy subject to change (become similar to autoland) Von: Myk Melez Datum: 2018-08-09 02:11 Boris Zbarsky wrote on 2018-06-26 21:53: On 6/27/18 12:50 AM, Mike Hommey wrote: Perma bustage of tier-2 jobs usually do.

Re: mozilla-inbound backout policy subject to change (become similar to autoland)

2018-06-26 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Original-Nachricht Betreff: Re: mozilla-inbound backout policy subject to change (become similar to autoland) Von: Boris Zbarsky Datum: 2018-06-24 21:28 On 6/19/18 9:04 AM, Sebastian Hengst wrote: TL;DR: We would like to change the mozilla-inbound backout policy to be like

Re: mozilla-inbound backout policy subject to change (become similar to autoland)

2018-06-26 Thread Sebastian Hengst
The new policy will be used from now on. - Sebastian Original-Nachricht Betreff: mozilla-inbound backout policy subject to change (become similar to autoland) Von: Sebastian Hengst Datum: 2018-06-19 15:04 Hi, If you don't push code to mozilla-inbound, you can stop reading

mozilla-inbound backout policy subject to change (become similar to autoland)

2018-06-21 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Hi, If you don't push code to mozilla-inbound, you can stop reading now. TL;DR: We would like to change the mozilla-inbound backout policy to be like autoland’s. In order to decrease tree closure times for inbound, allow for more frequent merges from inbound to m-c, and ensure consistent

Trees closed, no ETA for reopening until cloud issues fixed

2017-02-28 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Hi, at the moment, there is major internet outage affecting cloud services like Amazon's AWS. Because the release automation infrastructure depends on that, we had to close the trees and you won't be able to push. At the moment, it's not possible to say when trees will be reopened.

'Add me to CC list (follow this bug)' checkbox in Bugzilla broken, use Follow button in modal UI

2017-01-04 Thread Sebastian Hengst
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1328464 The 'Add me to CC list (follow this bug)' checkbox in Bugzilla is broken, use the Follow button in modal UI for CCing. Sebastian ___ dev-platform mailing list dev-platform@lists.mozilla.org

Re: Feedback requested: UI changes for Treeherder

2016-10-10 Thread Sebastian Hengst
TL;DR - UI got more verbose, elements unnecessary hidden - Too much vertical space used - Passes and failures shouldn't be separated - failure log becomes longer because of failure snippets User persona Developers: - check the results of their own pushes to Try and own pushes to official

Re: PSA: RELEASE_BUILD gets renamed to RELEASE_OR_BETA

2016-10-09 Thread Sebastian Hengst
This has now been merged to mozilla-central and autoland. Sebastian Original-Nachricht Betreff: PSA: RELEASE_BUILD gets renamed to RELEASE_OR_BETA Von: Sebastian Hengst <a...@gmx.de> An: Datum: 2016-10-08 15:55 https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1304829 r

PSA: RELEASE_BUILD gets renamed to RELEASE_OR_BETA

2016-10-08 Thread Sebastian Hengst
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1304829 renames the RELEASE_BUILD switch to RELEASE_OR_BETA. This has already landed on mozilla-inbound and so will likely get merged around to mozilla-central and autoland over the weekend. Please update your patches if they use RELEASE_BUILD and

Removal of B2G from mozilla-central

2016-09-29 Thread Sebastian Hengst
Hi, as has been announced earlier https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/mozilla.dev.fxos/FoAwifahNPY the Boot 2 Gecko (B2G) code will be removed from mozilla-central. A tracking bug has been created for that work: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1306391 So if you remove code

Re: Now measuring Firefox size per-commit. What else should we be tracking?

2015-11-05 Thread Sebastian Hengst
- Build: Memory footprint Background: 8 GB is our recommended minimum for building on Windows. New contributors don't necessarily have high-end developer machines. By noticing bumps we can evaluate the cost/benefit of these and protract further bumps of the recommended minimum. - Tests: